|Street:||72 Blessington Street|
|Alternative Address:||Sharvogue, Killashee, Co. Longford; Cabra Park, Cabra, Dublin (1901); Temple Street, Dublin 1 (1911)|
Resident at Cabra Park, Dublin
Resident at 18 Temple Street, Dublin
|Regiment/Unit:||Leinster Regiment, 4th Battalion|
|Date of Death:||12-04-1917|
|Cause:||Killed in action|
|Memorial:||Lievin Communal Cemetery Extension, France|
William was born William Charles Stewart Parnell Tynan, in Sharvogue, Kilashee, Co. Longford, on the 16 September 1885 but spent much of his youth in Co. Meath and Dublin. He was the son of Joseph Tynan, a medical doctor. William is listed as being a railway engine fireman in 1911. William married Mary Moore of 14 Auburn Street, Dublin on the 3 February 1913. They later moved to in Portsmouth, where William enlisted.
He was one of 150 men of non-commissioned ranks to have been killed or injured during an operation at Bois-en-Hache between the 11 and 14 April 1917. The weather conditions were exceptionally difficult, with heavy snow falling overnight and shell holes then filling with water at the commencement of battle.
|Parents Names:||Son of Joseph H. Tynan M.D. and Anne Carroll, Killashee, Co. Longford.|