9th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (British Army)
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Joseph Taggart was the son of John and Mary Taggart. He was born on 23rd May 1900. He was one of eight children, all born in the Mulnahorn area of Aughnacloy 906). They were a farming family. Private Joseph Taggart was serving with the 9th Battion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he died on Friday 29th March 1918. The date and location of his death suggests he died as the result of the German Spring Offensive, which started on 21st March 1918. Private Joseph Taggart is commemorated locally on the World War One Roll of Honour in Brantry Church of Ireland in County Tyrone.
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.