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 2nd Lt Frizelle, Edwin Samuel Lancs Fus 05th Batt 03/08/1915
2 Portrait Portrait 2nd Lt Smyth, Gordon Dill L R Irish Fus 13th Batt 16/08/1917
3 Portrait 14794 Capt Beatty, Hugh Hogg R Irish Rif 22nd Entrench 31/03/1918
4 Portrait Lieut Harper, Ernest Magowan R Mun Fus 07th Batt 09/08/1915
5 Portrait Portrait Capt Lyons, William Thomas R Wel Fus 10th Batt 03/03/1916
6 Portrait Portrait Capt Cummings, William Gordon RAMC null 18/05/1917
7 Portrait 2nd Lt Johnston, John Edwin South Staff 04th Batt 10/07/1916
8 Portrait Portrait Lieut Harper, Edgar Henry South Staff 08th Batt 10/07/1916
9 Portrait Chaplain Wilson, William Andrew YMCA null 20/03/1918
Institute History
From the Belfast Newsletter dated 27th October 1917: Officers’ Training Corps
A class of candidates for commissions is to commence work at Queen’s University in a few days., and young men of suitable education and physique are invited to offer themselves for training, The Officers’ Training Corps is recognised by the War Office for preparing for admission to a cadet unit, and its classes are open to men who are between 18 and 30 years of age, and have a good secondary school education. The course at Queen’s University extends over three months, and the subjects include drill, musketry, map-reading, intelligence work and tactics. Full particulars as to membership may be got by personal application at the drill hall of the university.