Mate Jocyln Bernard Jago


1897 Parents marry in Kilkenny

1900 Apr 22. Born CapeTown

1911 Sep The whole family appears to return to the UK. The head is Mr C P Jago, and the family are Irish in origin

1916 Oct 11. Starts as an apprentice on SS Beeswing

1917 May 2. The Beeswing was a steel sailing barque of 1462 tons, built in 1893. She was sunk by gunfire from a German U-Boat. There were no casualties. She had a cargo of timber from Pensacola to Liverpool and was sunk by U-58 at 140 miles NW of Fasnet

1918 - 1921 On Ships

1921 Jan 25 Gains his Mates Cert . His address was The Cedars, Clonmel.

1921 Jul 5. Joined ADRIC with service no 2092. Posted to Q Coy

1921 Oct/Dec Married in Dublin to Elsie Isabella Murison

1922 Jan Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1945 Jun 19 Lisburn Standard reports. On Friday afternoon in Lisburn Dr. H. Baird held an inquest on Joseph Crossey (59) of Ballyscolly, Ballinderry who was found dead on the side of the road at Derrykillultagh on Thursday of last week. Head Constable J.B. Iago conducted the proceedings on behalf of the Crown, and Mr. Jefferson (messrs C & H Jefferson, Belfast) appeared for Mr. Wm. Belshaw, J.P., the deceased's employer.

1960 Feb 15. Buried St Multoses, Kinsale, Cork

DIED 15. FEB. 1960
DIED 19 JAN. 1980