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40955   Private Edward Corrigan
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Dated added: 30/12/2015   Last updated: 10/03/2017
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: 7th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment (British Army)
Died: 31/10/1918 (Prisoner of War)
Age: 25
Summary      
Edward Corrigan was the son of Michael and Margaret Corrigan. Edward was born in Clogher about 1893. Michael Corrigan was a farmer. The family lived in Carryclogher. Private Edward Corrigan was serving with the 7th Battalion of the Prince of Wales Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) when he died on 21st October 1918. He was aged about 25. Private Corrigan is buried in Hamburg Cemetery, Germany.
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Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Hamburg Cemetery
  Hamburg 
Grave Ref: Grave II-G-1
CWGC Casualty 902235
Summary      
Hamburg is a large city in the north of Germany, approx 150kms to the north of Hannover. Hamburg Ohlsdorf Cemetery (Friedhof Ohlsdorf) is the biggest non-military cemetery in the world. There are 3 Commonwealth War Graves plots located within Hamburg Ohlsdorf Cemetery:- Hamburg Cemetery Ohlsdorf 1914-1918 / Hamburg Cemetery Ohlsdorf 1939-1945 / Hamburg Cemetery Ohlsdorf Post War.
Local Memorial Details

No Memorial Name Townland
1 Clogher War Memorial - WWI - East Face - Panel 2a Clogher
References and Links
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1 1901 Census lists Corrigan family Lists Edward as age 8 at house 19 in Carryclogher, Clogher, Tyrone
2 1911 Census lists Corrigan family Does not list Edward as living with the family at house 15 in Carryclogher, Clogher, Tyrone
3 War Graves Photographic Project Photo of Edward Corrigan's gravestone can be purchased here
Dungannon District's War Dead Acknowledgements 2015-2018