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   Lieutenant Hugh Adolphus Hector Warnock
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Dated added: 30/12/2015   Last updated: 10/03/2017
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: 4th Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers (British Army)
Date Of Birth: 27/02/1893
Died: 16/08/1915 (Died of Wounds)
Age: 22
Summary      
Hugh Adolphus Hector Warnock was the eldest son of Hugh Warnock and Martha Jane Warnock. Hugh was born 27 February 1893 in Clogher. Hugh’s father was a Medical Doctor. Hugh was educated St Columba’s College, Rathfarnham and Trinity College, Dublin where he was a member of the OTC. On the outbreak of war Hugh Adolphus Hector Warnock went to France in June with the Royal Irish Fusiliers. He was shot in the head while on patrol on 12th August. Lieutenant Hugh Warnock died from wounds received in action on 16 August 1915. He was 22 years old.
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Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Achiet-le-Grand Comm Cemetery Extension
  Achiet-le-Grand, Pas de Calais
Grave Ref: Grave IV-H-2
CWGC Casualty 295834
Summary      
Achiet-le-Grand is a village 19 kilometres south of Arras, on the main road from Arras to Bapaume (N17).
Local Memorial Details

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1 Clogher War Memorial - WWI - North West Face - Panel 1a Clogher
2 St. Macartan's Cathedral Tablet - WWI Clogher
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1 1901 Census lists Walsh family Lists Hugh Adolphus H as age 8 living with the family at house 38 in Clogher, Tyrone
2 1910 Ulster Towns Directory Hugh Warnock's father listed as both Doctor and Magistrate.
3 1911 Census lists Walsh family Lists Adolphus Hector as age 18 living with the family at house 30 in Clogher, Tyrone
4 Achiet-le-Grand Cemetery Casualties Biography of Hugh Adolphus Hector Warnock
5 Forum Discussions Lists Lt Warwick's cause of death.
6 Trinity College Dublin Listed on War Memorial in Reading Rooms