I would list the name that I was given, but if it turns out not to be so... I'll just wait for now.
The Secretary of the Post Office in Ireland at the time of the Easter Rising was (Frederick?) Norway. While his office was in the GPO, he avoided the seizure of the GPO as he was at a meeting in Dublin Castle at the time. His son (Fred?) was killed on the Western Front while serving with the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. He is commemorated in a church in Blackrock, Co. Dublin, near to where the Norway's lived while in Ireland. A younger son, Neville Shute Norway, later achieved fame as the novelist Neville Shute.
I think I'm right on Frederick being the name of the father and elder son, however as I'm not certain I wouldn't want to mislead.