Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
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Casualties
No Mem Ref Service No Rank Name Regiment / Service Battalion Date Of Death
1 02-B Unknown Lucas, G J (ww2) Unknown
2 04-C Unknown Williamson, R (ww2) Unknown
3 02-C Unknown Turkington, J (ww2) Unknown
4 03-C Unknown Williamson, F (ww2) Unknown
5 01-B Fireman Laverty, Hugh A Merchant Navy S.S. British Gunner (London) 24/02/1941
6 04-A 2835116 Sgt. Chapman, Harold Royal Air Force 149 Squadron 18/03/1941
7 03-B Act Sub Lt Lutton, Frederick David Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve 12/03/1942
8 06-C 532586 Corp Wray, Hamilton Royal Air Force 8 Squadron 15/07/1942
9 04-B K/14065 Gnr McMullan, William John Royal Canadian Artillery 3 Lt A.A. Regiment 19/08/1942
10 07-B 1591275 Sgt. Steele-Nicholson, John Edwin Charles Averell Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 14/09/1942
11 06-B 982544 Wl Op Roleston, Frederick Livingston Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 02/10/1942
12 02-A 500907 Pte. Black, Ian Hamilton Lewis New Zealand Infantry 21st Battalion 20/04/1943
13 06-A 87080 Capt Greeves, Hubert Gough Royal Army Medical Corps 10/07/1943
14 07-C 6980359 Fusilier Wylie, Samuel David Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion 19/07/1943
15 01-C 7047440 Pte. Trotter, James Wesley Parachute Regiment 5th Battalion 07/07/1944
16 07-A 5054623 Pte. Grimley, Thomas Arthur Leicestershire Regiment 7th Battalion 25/07/1944
17 05-A 1116622 L/Bbdr Frazer, Charles Moses Royal Artillery 61 (The Denbighshire Yeomanry) Medium Regt. 29/07/1944
18 01-A 2719213 Corp Atkinson, Frederick William Irish Guards 2nd Battalion 02/08/1944
19 05-C 6977506 Sgt. White, Robert George (Bertie) Parachute Regiment 156th Battalion 19/09/1944
20 00 223772 Sister Dickson, Ruth Hannah Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service 24/12/1944
21 05-B 2323856 Sgt. Rainey, John Royal Corps of Signals 28/12/1944
22 03-A M/51511 Gnr Bradley, John Royal Canadian Artillery 19th Field Regiment 24/02/1945
Location
Town : Moy
Latitude : 54.446953
Lontitude : -6.692401
Date Unveiled :
Moy is a village and townland in County Tyrone about 5 miles (8 kilometres) southeast of Dungannon and beside the smaller village of Charlemont. Charlemont is on the east bank of the River Blackwater in county Armagh and Moy is on the west bank. Moy War Memorial is situated in the centre of the village ‘square’. This formal rectangular market place is decorated with lawns and horse-chestnut trees.

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Memorial History
Moy is a village and townland in County Tyrone about 5 miles (8 kilometres) southeast of Dungannon and beside the smaller village of Charlemont. Charlemont is on the east bank of the River Blackwater in county Armagh and Moy is on the west bank.
Moy War Memorial is situated in the centre of the village ‘square’. This formal rectangular market place is decorated with lawns and horse-chestnut trees.
The monument is constructed from Sicilian marble. The figure on top is a representation of a soldier in full battle order, surmounted on a granite base.
Memorial References and Links
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1 War Memorials Online Details of War Memorial