Home Casualties Full List By Area Casualties with Wills Cemeteries Full List By Country Local Memorials Full Listing Forces Local Institutions Ballygawley War Dead Book Drumglass Boys National School, Dungannon Fivemiletown War Dead Book Football Match 11 December 1915 Holdfast Loyal Orange Lodge No 1620 Queens University Belfast Royal School Dungannon Book Stevenson and Son, Moygashel Union Place National School, Dungannon Dates of Interest On this dayThis month Updates January February March April May June July August September October November December More News About Us Enquiries Newsletter Acknowledgements Forums Tamnamore L.O.L. 513 WW1 Plaque Casualties No Mem Ref Service No Rank Name Regiment / Service Battalion Date Of Death 1 01 42603 L/Corp Henderson, Jackson Robinson Machine Gun Corps 140th Company 16/09/1916 Location Town : Dungannon Latitude : Lontitude : Date Unveiled : Dungannon View Full Screen in Google Maps Memorial History Many thanks to Gareth Holdsworth for taking and donating the photo of the plaque. Tamnamore L.O.L. 513 World War One Memorial is located in Tamnamore Orange Hall. The Memorial Plaque also lists six other men from the Lodge who served:- Bro. Richard A Lloyd Bro. Andrew Archer Bro. Atkinson Connolly Bro. William Connolly Bro. James Henderson Bro. Robert Stretton Tamnamore Orange Hall was built in 1896. The Lloyds family started this lodge in their own home. The first master was Lindsey Lloyd. The second master was Thomas Harrison. Stewart Bros from Tartalaghan were the builders. The hall was rebuilt in 1972.