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Limerick Mourns: Sec.-Lieut. Cecil de Vere Pery, Youngest Son of Earl of Limerick, Killed in Action |

Limerick Mourns: Sec.-Lieut. Cecil de Vere Pery, Youngest Son of Earl of Limerick, Killed in Action

In a sombre turn of events, Sec.-Lieut. Cecil de Vere Pery, the youngest son of the Earl of Limerick, has tragically lost his life in the line of duty. Sec.-Lieut. Pery was killed in action in France, leaving behind a wave of mourning in the community.

The news of his demise has cast a pall over Limerick, as residents and well-wishers extend their heartfelt condolences to the grieving family. Sec.-Lieut. Pery, whose valiant service will forever be remembered, hailed from esteemed lineage, being the son of the Hon. Standish Stockpot Pery and the nephew of the Hon. H. de Vere Pery.

Sec.-Lieut. Pery’s untimely death serves as a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by countless brave individuals in service to their country. His dedication and courage in the face of adversity exemplify the noble spirit of those who serve in the armed forces.

As the community grapples with the loss of one of its own, tributes pour in from far and wide, honouring Sec.-Lieut. Cecil de Vere Pery’s memory and commemorating his selfless commitment to duty.

The Earl of Limerick and his family have requested privacy during this difficult time as they come to terms with the profound loss of their beloved son and relative. Amidst the sorrow, the resilience of the Limerick community shines through as they stand united in remembrance of a fallen hero.

Irish Independent – Tuesday 12 October 1915

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