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444   Private William George Galloway
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Dated added: 20/01/2022   Last updated: 22/01/2022
Personal Details
Regiment/Service: 16th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince Of Wales) (British Army)
Died:  (Survived The War)
William George Galloway was born in County Tyrone in 1872. The 1901 census lists William as age 29, living in Aughnacloy. Her married for a second time in 1904. He was a civil bill officer. William is recorded as living in Durham when he enlisted with the West Yorkshire Regiment. Private William Galloway was serving with the 16th West Yorkshire Regiment when he was wounded, suffering shell shock on 27th August 1916. It is thought he survived the war, but may have died afterwards.
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1 Caledon Church Of Ireland - WWI Roll of Honour Caledon
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1 1901 Census lists William Galloway Lists William as age 29 living at house 13 in Back Street, Aughancloy
2 1911 Census lists Galloway family Lists William as age 39 living with the family at house 14 in Cornmarket, Aughnacloy, Tyrone
3 National Archives UK Medal Card can be purchased here
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