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23/10/2021 Private Charles Mullan is buried in Guards Cemetery in Lesboeufs. Lesboeufs lies sixteen kilometres north-east of Albert in France.
23/10/2021 The CWGC record Private Charles Mullan as the son of Charles and Mary Ann Mullan, of 66 Hawthorn Street, Belfast and a native of Caledon, County Tyrone.
23/10/2021 Private Charles Mullan was serving with the 1st Battalion of the Irish Guards when he was killed in action in France on Monday 25th September 1916 in France.
23/10/2021 Known family: Charles Mullan, Mary Anne Mullan, Alice Mullan (born 28th May 1880) John Mullan (born 29th June 1881), Mary Mullan 28 (born 1st October 1882), Annie Mullan 26 (born 29th June 1884), Charles Mullan (born 6th October 1885), James Mullan (born 28th June 1887), Peter Francis Mullan (born about 1890), Joseph Alphonsus Mullan (born about 1895), Veronica Agnes Mullan (born about 1900)
23/10/2021 Charles Mullan was born 6th October 1885 in Caledon, County Tyrone. He was one of at least nine children.
23/10/2021 Charles Mullan was the son of Charles and Mary Ann Mullan. Charles Mullan and Mary Sherry were married on 16th February 1879 in the district of Dungannon.
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30/12/2015 The 1911 census lists Charles as age 25 living with the family at house 107 in My Lady's Road, Ormeau, Belfast, County Down. Charles was now working as a hotel porter.
30/12/2015 The 1901 census lists Charles as age 15 living with the family at house 38 in Rathmore, Ormeau, Rathmore, Belfast. Charles had left school and was working as a labourer. His father had died in the past two years. His mother worked as a housekeeper.
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