a search on the Military section of Ancestry for Born Dublin with Inniskilling as a keyword gives 149 soldiers died (Irelands Memorial records database) and 47 pension records. Replacing Dublin with Wicklow gives 15 soldiers died, 0 pensions records. Kildare give 16 soldiers died plus 5 pension records.
A quick look at some chaps from Dublin shows they went to Finner Camp in 1914
Edward Lutman (discharged 1915 with bad eyes) - 9th Battn
Wellington Lyster Allen (KIA 1917) - 9th Battn. Embarked for France 5/101/1915 on the SS Victoria. A letter from his father has Wellington Allen in No 3 Company.
Alfred Denham Ruddock - (discharged 1917 - gassed and TB; died 1918) - 9th Battn
http://www.cwgc.org/...72/RUDDOCK, A D
No service or pension record for Sgt Daniel Griffith, 9th Battn. Listed in the Engineering Dept of the Guinness Roll of Employees
CWGC has 3 death records for No 3 Company, 9th Battn but none are from Dublin. Was hoping that it might show No 3/C Company as being the LDV but inconclusive at the moment,