Each Cadet involved in the defense of Trinity College during the Rising received a cup, pictured above, the names of those listed below are the Cadets involved in the defense of Trinity College and their subsequent military careers.
Trinity College OTC Camp Badge
Trinity College OTC Collar Badge
Trinity College OTC Shoulder Badge
O.T.C. Officers who took part in the defence of the college.
Captain Ernest Henry Alton. B.A. 1896, M.A. 1899, Fellow 1905. Lieutenant Territorial Force O.T.C. Unattached List June 1914 Captain 1915, awarded the Military Cross January 1917. He was in command of the Garrison for the first two days of the Rising.
Lieutenant Arthur Wyndowe Willert Baker, M.B. 1875, M.D. 1887, M. Dent. Sc. 1904 (master of dental science). Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps Territorial Force January 1916 Acting Captain 1916, mentioned in dispatches January 1917.
Cadets who took part.
Cadet Frederick Cyril Hoey, entered Trinity Collage in 1914. Royal Flying Corps Cadet School, Denham, November 1916. 2nd Royal Flying Corps killed in an accident on the 7th of June 1917. he is buried in Yatesbury (All Saints) Churchyard, Wiltshire, U.K.
Colonial Soldiers who assisted in the defence of Trinity College.