I have been researching my family history and i came across by chance the name Peter Flavin whilst browsing the Debt of honour register on the Commonwealth Wargraves commission website. My Family originated from listowel, Co Kerry. They lived in the Townland of Derra West until the 1950's. When Most emigrated to England in search of work. Peter was a soldier in the 2nd Bn Royal Munster Fusiliers, who was killed at the Battle of Loo's aged only 16, on 13th June 1916. Records show that he was the son of Edward and Nora Flavin of Charles Street, Listowel,Co Kerry. My research has only taken me as far back as My great Grandfather who would of been the same generation as Peter. So i am taking a stab in the dark and looking at the possibility that they may have been related in some way. What I do know is that the Flavins that lived in Derra west area, were closely related and they had relations living in the townland of Gunsborough West. if anyone could shed any light on the which Townland Charles Street is located, it would be a small piece of a big jigsaw puzzle.