Lieutenant Robert Bernard
Regiment: Royal Dublin Fusiliers
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Cemetery: V Beach Cemetery, Turkey
Special Memorial A. 6.
Lieutenant Robert Bernard, younger son of the Archbishop of Dublin, and Maud his wife, was born in Dublin, 21st December, 1891; educated at Arnold House, Landulas, and at Marlborough College, where he was a member of the O.T.C.; entered Sandhurst, January, 1911; gazetted to the 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers, March, 1912; promoted Lieutenant, November, 1913; served from October, 1912, to November, 1914, with his battalion in India; killed in action, 26th April, 1915, at Sedd-el-Bahr, the day after the Dublin Fusiliers effected a landing at the extreme point of the Gallipoli Peninsula whilst gallantly leading his men.
Son of the Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. J. H. Bernard, D.D., and Maud, his wife, of Provost's House, Trinity College, Dublin. Educated at Marlborough College and Sandhurst.