Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
No Mem Ref Service No Rank Name Regiment / Service Battalion Date Of Death
1 01-A 6028 Lieut Daniel, Ernest Royal Irish Rifles 1st Battalion 21/10/1918
2 01-B 13602g Pte. Gibson, Thomas John Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 9th Battalion 16/08/1917
3 02-A 2nd Lt Marsh, Joseph Royal Irish Rifles 15th Battalion 23/11/1917
4 02-B M/348782 Pte. Jones, John George Army Service Corp 21/06/1918
5 03-A 2nd Lt Stewart, Joseph Royal Dublin Fusiliers 4th Battalion 16/08/1917
6 03-B 28158 Pte. McMinn, William James Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1st Battalion 22/11/1917
7 04-A 23183 Sgt. Milligan, John Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 11th Battalion 16/08/1917
8 04-B 286791 Pte. Montgomery, Walter Augustus Royal Air Force 2nd Air Park 23/11/1918
9 05-A 19682 Pte. Arthurs, James M Royal Canadian Regiment 10th Battalion 26/04/1915
10 05-B 10531 Pte. Morrow V.C., Robert Royal Irish Fusiliers 1st Battalion 26/04/1915
11 06-A 12/29665 Pte. Farr, Robert Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 9th Battalion 07/08/1917
12 06-B 5/2807 Pte. Patterson, Thomas Royal Irish Regiment 5th Battalion 08/02/1915
13 07-A 1157 R/man Fulton, Robert Royal Irish Rifles 16th Battalion 02/07/1916
14 07-B 3411 Pte. Patton, William Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion 16/05/1915
15 08-A 28157 Pte. Gibson, James Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1st Battalion 18/05/1917
16 08-B 22930 Pte. Stewart, James Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 9th Battalion 01/07/1916
Town : Newmills
Latitude : 54.5506
Lontitude : -6.740543
Date Unveiled : 26/02/1921
Newmills Parish Church is located in the centre of the village of Newmills, north of Dungannon.

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Memorial History
Newmills Parish Church is located in the centre of the village of Newmills, north of Dungannon.
In February 1921 a mural tablet, inscribed with the names of sixteen men from the Parish of Newmills who made the supreme sacrifice in the Great War, was unveiled in the Newmills Parish Church with befitting solemnity by his Grace the Lord Primate on a Sunday afternoon.
The crowded congregation included a detachment of the Special Constabulary, under the command of Captain Maynard.
The service opened with the singing of "O God our help in ages past," and evening prayer was recited by Rev. Gordon Scott, M.A. the special lesson was read by Rev. H. Egerton, rector of Donaghmore.
The tablet, which was draped with the Union Jack, was then unveiled by his Grace, who offered up the dedicatory prayer, after which the National Anthem was heartily rendered.
At the conclusion of his address his Grace said the parish of Newmills had achieved a high record in the war, and both men and women had worked with wonderful self-sacrifice to win the victory.
The tablet reads:
To the Glory of God, and in honoured memory of the men from this parish who died serving their country in the Great War.
Memorial References and Links
No Link Reference Doc
1 Dictionary of Irish Architects - Newmills COI Details of Tullyniskan Parish Church
2 Tullyniskan Parish Church Details of War Memorial