Kevin Barry was just 18 when he was hung by executioner John Ellis in Dublin in November 1920.
The 3 British soldiers who died as a result of the raid on Monk's Bakery where Kevin Barry was captured after being abandoned by his colleagues were :
Private Harold Washington, aged 16 (born Salford, Lancashire in September 1904). Died at the scene of the raid.
Private Marshall Whitehead, aged 20, born 3rd quarter (July to September) 1900. Died of wounds.
Private Thomas Humphries, aged 19. Died of wounds.
A wide range of propaganda was generated re the young age of Kevin Barry. The British don't appear to have countered this propaganda very well.