John Healy (14)
According to his family, who believe John Healy was the youngest killed in the Rising, he had moved guns with his father the week before he was killed. He was waiting for the call up, but was deemed too young. He volunteered himself and headed up to Jacobs in Aungier Street.
He was sent home on Easter Monday morning from Jacobs biscuit factory when the Rising broke out, by Thomas McDonough, because he was too young. He was hit by his ricochet near his home and died in the Mater Hospital two days later.