This is the right man, one can link together his service record of this service number which gives his father as of 3 Mostyn Rd: and the Probate record which shows his death in Dublin also shows 3 Mostyn Rd.
1893 Mar 18 born Aston, Warwickshire
1901 Census. Living with his family at Coleman St, Aston, Birmingham
1911 census shows him a Cycle Builder living with parents at 4 Bk 89 Trevor Street, Nechells, Birmingham
1914 Sep 17. He enlists at White City as claiming correctly to be 21 and born in Dublin. Goes into Royal Fusiliers
1914 Dec 12. Transfers to ASC at Grove Park.
1915 Feb 13. Appointed unpaid A/Cpl
1915 Feb 25. Appointed A/Sgt
1915 Mar 3. Promoted Sgt
1915 Mar 3 Promoted CQMS
1915 Mar 13. Lands in France.
1917 Sep 29 Commissioned
1919 Mar 29 Equipment Branch, Tank Corps Temp 2nd Lt to be Temp Lt, F J Farrell
1920 Mar 31 Tank Corps. Temp. Lt. F. J. Farrell relinquishes his commission on completion of service, and retains the rank of Lt.
1920 Oct 8. Joins ADRIC with service no 678. Posted to F Coy
1921 Mar 14. Killed in Brunswick St raid Francis Joseph Farrell, death registered Dublin North Apr - Jun 1921. Age at Death 26. The inquest is available He was admitted to K George V Hospital but died of his wounds the same day.
2012 Molly Farrell emailed me that the family believed that compensation was awarded but the money went unclaimed until the 1970s due to fear of reprisals; however my cousin Cicely claimed it and used it to buy a house for her senior years.