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 01 1123751 Wl Op Buchanan, Thomas Alexander Stuart Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 166 Squadron 05/05/1943
2 02 1091991 Sgt. Cardwell, Thomas Harry Royal Field Artillery 136 Field Regiment 07/07/1945
3 03 1119294 Lead Airc Dixon, Thomas Alexander Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 28/08/1941
4 04 41120 Lt Col Milnes-Gaskell, Charles Thomas Coldstream Guards 05/11/1943
5 05 6976964 Fusilier Houston, James Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion 01/06/1940
6 06 14424782 Pte. Kirk, Thomas Highland Light Regiment 2nd Battalion 26/06/1944
7 07 1676946 Sgt. Marks, William James Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 100 Squadron 01/07/1944
8 08 C/SSX 22261 Teleg. Noble, William Frederick Royal Navy HMS Liverpool 14/10/1940
9 09 41965 Pilot Off Treanor, Alan Lancelot Royal Air Force 245 Squadron 01/06/1940
10 10 6980359 Fusilier Wylie, Samuel David Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion 19/07/1943
Location
Town : Dungannon
Latitude : 54.50363
Lontitude : -6.769404
Date Unveiled :
St Anne’s Church of Ireland is located in Church Street, Dungannon, 100 metres from the main Square of the town.

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Memorial History
St Anne’s Church of Ireland is located in Church Street, Dungannon, 100 metres from the main Square of the town.
The stain glass window lies to the right of the World War One Memorial.
The commemoration lists 10 casualties.
The inscription at the bottom of the plaque reads:
“The glory of God and in who made the Supreme Sacrifice”