|Town/Village:||Belfast, Co. Antrim|
|Alternative Address:||Cleenrah, Aughnacliffe, Co. Longford; 7 Columbus Place, Belfast; Economy Place, Belfast,Co. Antrim;|
Resident in Antrim.
Resident in Unity Street, Belfast
|Regiment/Unit:||Royal Irish Rifles, 7th Battalion|
|Date of Death:||30-09-1917|
|Cause:||Killed in action, Ervillers, France|
|Memorial:||Cojeul British Cemetery, St. Martin-Sur-Cojeul, France|
Daniel Howard Mulcahy was born in Cleenrath, Aughnacliffe on the 11 July, 1877. He moved to Belfast and worked as a confectioner. He married Mary Winnery, also a confectioner, on the 25 December 1897 and they went on to have six children, and resided with his wife's aunt, Maggie Godfrey.
Pte Mulcahy enlisted in Belfast and entered the war in December 1915. He was killed in action at Ervillers, south of Arras in France, not long after he and his battalion were transferred from Ypres. On the day of his death, the battalion were given notice they had won seventeen medals for bravery for fighting at Ypres; sadly Daniel was the only man from the battalion to die on what was otherwise a very quiet day.
|Parents Names:||Son of Patrick Mulcahy and Sarah (née Grier), Cleenrah, Aughnacliffe, Co. Longford|
|Notes:||The regimental diary for the 30 September also notes that a copy of the Gazette des Ardennes, a German propaganda magazine written in French, was dropped by enemy parachute the same day. The likely edition is linked below.|