Lieutenant Hebron Barrett
Regiment: Royal Dublin Fusiliers
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Cemetery: Namps Au Val British Cemetery, Somme, France
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Lieutenant Hebron Barrett, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died of wounds received In action on March 27th, 1918, in his 25th year. He was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Barrett, Pembroke Park, Dublin, and was educated at St. Andrew's College, Dublin. He joined the Dublin University O.T.C., in 1914, and subsequently joined the Officers' Cadet Battalion of Oxford University, from which he was gazetted to the Royal Dublin Fusiliers in July, 1916. He went to France In February, 1917, was invalided home with severe shell shock in the following April, but again returned to the front in August.