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29457   Private Joseph Taggart
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Personal Details
Regiment/Service: 9th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (British Army)
Died: 29/03/1918 (Unknown)
Age:
Summary      
Brantry Church
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Cemetery Details
Cemetery: Ham British Cemetery
  Muille-Villette, Somme
Grave Ref: Grave II-D-12
CWGC Casualty 286225
Summary      
Ham is a small town about 20 kilometres south west of St. Quentin at the crossroad of the D930 St. Quentin-Roye and the D937 Peronne-Chauny. The British Cemetery is in the village of Muille-Villette. From the town centre of Ham take the D932 in the direction of Noyon. The Cemetery is signposted from this road and is situated on the left hand side.
Local Memorial Details

No Memorial Name Townland
1 Brantry Church Of Ireland - WWI Roll of Honour Aughnacloy
References and Links
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1 1901 Census lists Taggart family Lists Joseph as a baby living with the family at house 18 in Mulnahorn. Aughnacloy Rural, Tyrone
2 1911 Census lists Taggart family Lists Joseph as age 11 living with the family at house 7 in Mulnahorn. Aughnacloy Rural, Tyrone
3 National Archives UK Medal Card can be purchased here
4 Townlands.ie Irelands Memorial Record's lists him as born Kilmore
5 War Graves Photographic Project Photo of Private Joseph Taggart's gravestone can be purchased here
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