Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
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Casualties
No Pic Gr. Page Service No Rank Name Regiment / Service Battalion Date Of Death
1 1134 Pte. McReynolds, Robert Highl Lt Inf 01 /06 Batt 14/08/1915
2 20268 Pte. Wilson, Robert John R Inn Fus 09th Batt 01/07/1916
3 Portrait G/14585 Sgt. Weir, Patrick J R Inn Fus 09th Batt 02/03/1917
4 19349 L/Corp McMenemy, William R Inn Fus 09th Batt 01/07/1916
5 Portrait 11911 Pte. Lambe, Samuel R Inn Fus 09th Batt 01/07/1916
6 11200 Pte. Harbinson, William R Inn Fus 09th Batt 01/07/1916
7 4247 Pte. Averall, Robert J R Inn Fus 02nd Batt 07/11/1914
8 Portrait 4077 Pte. Dickson, William Richard R Inn Fus 02nd Batt 16/05/1915
9 16153 R/man Anderson, Robert R Irish Rif 09th Batt 01/07/1916
10 Portrait Portrait Capt Newell, Charles Roy Eng null 24/03/1918
11 64417 Sgt. Stinson, John Worc Reg 17 Battn 04/12/1918
Institute History
From the Belfast Newsletter dated 10th June 1915: Dungannon L.O.L. No. 1620
Holdfast L.O.L. No. 1620 met in the Orange Hall on Monday, Bro. James Nixon, W.M., presiding, assisted by Bro. McConnell in the vice-chair. The secretary reported that twenty-six of their members were at present in the army. The W. Master expressed in fitting terms the feelings of the lodge toward these patriotic brethren and expressed the hope that the war will soon be ended and that their military brethren will be restored to them safe and sound. Communications from America were dealt with and the lodge was closed.