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26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy 02941
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy 02940
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy Private James Conroy is buried in Brandhoek New Military Cemetery No 3. Brandhoek lies six miles west of Ypres.
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy The 1911 census shows James Conroy as 17 years old. He was now working as a farm servant for the McAnulty family in Garvaghey, Errigal, Tyrone.
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy Family: Patrick Conroy, Maggie Conroy, Maggie Conroy (born 31st March 1892), James Conroy (born 13th June 1894), Francis Conroy (born 28th January 1897), Mary Conroy (born 29th April 1899), Sarah Ann Conroy (born about 1905), Bridget Conroy (born 14th June 1908).
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy The 1901 census records James as 6 years old. He was at school. His father Patrick was a farm labourer. The family lived house 37 in Ramackan, Sixmilecross, Tyrone.
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy James was born on 13th June 1894 in Ballymacelory, County Tyrone. He was the second of seven children, all born in the area north of Ballygawley.
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy In the event of my death I give the whole of my property and effects to Mr Francis Conroy, brother, of Cloughfin, Sixmilecross, County Tyrone. 4226 Private, 3rd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy 02939
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy Last Will and Testament of Private James Conroy dated 22nd May 1917:
26/01/2021 Pte. James Conroy James Conroy was the eldest son of Patrick and Margaret Conroy. Patrick Conroy and Margaret McCart were married about 1891.
25/01/2021 Pte. William Connor Private William Connor is listed on page 37 of the Fivemiletown book, from which some of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
25/01/2021 Pte. William Connor Private William Connor is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
25/01/2021 Pte. John Connolly Private John Connolly arrived in France with the Royal Munster Fusiliers on 2nd May 1915.
25/01/2021 Pte. John Connolly Private John Connolly is buried in Netley Military Cemetery, in Hampshire near Southampton.
25/01/2021 Pte. John Connolly John Connolly was the son of Eliza Connolly.
25/01/2021 Pte. John Connolly 02938
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon The CWGC record Private Thomas Conlon as the son of Robert Conlon of Ballyworkan, Portadown.
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon Private Thomas Conlon is commemorated on Portadown War Memorial as living at Jervis Street, Portadown.
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon The 1911 census shows Thomas as a 14 year old labourer. He was living with the family at Mourneview Street in Portadown.
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon Known family: Robert Conlon, Margaret Conlon, William Robert Conlon (born about 1889), George Conlon (born 12th April 1894), Thomas Conlon (born 13th February 1898).
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon Thomas Conlon was born in Benburb, County Tyrone, possibly on 13th February 1898.
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon However, no GRONI record can be found for the marriage so the family details cannot be confirmed.
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon Thomas Conlon was the son of Robert and Margaret Conlon. Robert Conlon and Margaret Orr were married about 1888.
25/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Conlon Private Thomas Conlon was serving with the 10th Battalion of the Royal Irish Fusiliers when he died of pneumonia at the Military Hospital, Belfast on the 17th February 1916.
24/01/2021 Pte. Benjamin Conlon Private Benjamin Conlon is commemorated locally on the WWI Plaque in Lower Clonaneese Presbyterian Church.
24/01/2021 Pte. Benjamin Conlon Known family: John Conlon, Elizabeth Conlon, William J Conlon (born 30th January 1869), Thomas Conlon (born 25th October 1870), Mary Conlon (born 25th March 1873), David Conlon (born 9th January 1875), James Conlon (born 14th March 1877), Sarah Conlon (born 25th July 1879), Robert Conlon (born 15th March 1882), Benjamin Conlon (born 15th November 1887).
24/01/2021 Pte. Benjamin Conlon Benjamin was born on 15th November 1887. He was the youngest of at least eight children, all born in the Dungannon area.
24/01/2021 Pte. Benjamin Conlon Benjamin Conlon was the youngest son of John and Elizabeth Conlon. John Conlon and Elizabeth Gallagher were married on 25th October 1867 in the district of Dungannon.
24/01/2021 Pte. Benjamin Conlon 02937
24/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Conlan There is an A Conlan listed on the Newcastle 1914-18 Post Office Roll of Honour Plaque. The plaque formerly was in the Central Post Office in St Nicholas Street, Newcastle. It now resides in the Royal Mail Processing Centre at Team Valley Trading Estate, Gateshead.
24/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Conlan Known family: Patrick Conlan, Sarah Conlan, Andrew Conlan (born 4th March 1881, Dungannon), Sarah Ellen Conlan (born 25th June 1885, Dungannon).
24/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Conlan Andrew was born in Donaghmore, County Tyrone on 4th March 1881.
24/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Conlan Patrick Conlan and Sarah Litton were married on 16th October 1879 in the district of Dungannon.
24/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Conlan Patrick had been a U.S. Army veteran who had fought in the American Civil War. Sarah was born in the United States.
24/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Conlan Andrew Conlan was the son of Patrick and Sarah Conlan.
24/01/2021 Pte. Benjamin Conlon Private Benjamin Conlon was serving with the 58th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry when he was killed in action at Courcelette in the Battle of Flers on 22nd September 1916.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy Gunner John Condy died of tuberculosis after the war on 24th July 1921.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy Gunner Condy has been under my care while in Ireland and I find him suffering from tuberculosis of the left lung, and I venture to say that this man is very unfit for any active duty, and inm my opinion should have immediate treatment. This man is still unfit for travelling, but he wishes to join his unit. James Chambers M.D. P.S. I sent this man to see a Lieutenant Colonel of the Royal Army Medical Corps who is on leave here and has written to camp about this man.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy 02936
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy Letter from Dr James Chambers, Brookwood, Fintona, Co Tyrone. Dated 17th January 1919
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy The following letter was sent by Dr James Chambers, Fintona, County Tyrone on 17th January 1919.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy He was due back from leave on 21st January 1919. Records show he did not return.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy Gunner Condy became ill while on leave in Ireland. He was treated in hospital there.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy Gunner John Condy was officially discharged on 29th April 1919 due to being medically unfit.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy On 14th March 1919 he was invalided back to Canada.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy On 28th April 1918 Gunner Condy arrived with his unit in England.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy The CWGC record Gunner John Condy as the son of John and Annie Condy of Mullnahunch, Cabragh, Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy Gunner John Condy is buried Mount Pleasant Cemetery in London, Ontario, Canada.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy By the time of the 1911 census, John no longer lived with his father.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy John‘s mother, Ann Condy, died in the Dungannon area on 25th October 1902, aged 43. John was 12 years old. It is stated in his military medical records that his mother died from ulcer of stomach.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy The 1901 census records John as 9 years old. The family were living in Mullnahunch, Clonaneese, Tyrone. John’s father was a farmer.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy Family: John Condy, Anne J Condy, Sarah A Condy (born 22nd January 1880), Robert Condy (born 22nd January 1882), James Condy (born 19th January 1884), Alexander Condy (born 1st December 1885), Martha Condy (born 27th November 1887), John Condy (born 30th April 1890), Margaret J Condy (born 15th August 1895).
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy John Condy was born on 30th April 1890. He was one of seven children, all born in the Clonavaddy area of Dungannon.
23/01/2021 Gnr John Condy John Condy was the son of John and Annie Condy. John Condy and Ann Nimmons were married on 27th March 1879 in the district of Dungannon.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton Private Terence Colton is buried in Poelcapelle British Cemetery, ten kilometres north east of Ypres in Belgium.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton It seems his parents moved to Newmills after 1911. It is therefore probable that Private Terence Colton never lived in the Dungannon area.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton Terence Colton enlisted in Newcastle.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton The 1911 English census lists the family at 10 Bottle Bank, Blackhill, Benfieldside. Terence (17) had joined his father at the ironworks as a labourer.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton The 1901 English census lists the family at 7 William Street, Benfieldside. James was a puddler/furnace labourer.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton Terence was born about 1894 in the Cumberland area.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton They married in the district Sunderland in 1890 and then moved to Cumberland, an iron mining area.
23/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton Terence Colton was the son of James and Mary Colton. His parents came from Ireland to live in the north east of England before 1881.
23/01/2021 R/man William Coleman Rifleman William Coleman arrived in France on 3rd October 1915.
23/01/2021 R/man William Coleman Rifleman William Coleman is commemorated on Comber War Memorial and on the WW1 Roll of Honour in Second Comber Presbyterian Church.
23/01/2021 R/man William Coleman Rifleman William Coleman is buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery in Belgium.
23/01/2021 R/man William Coleman Initially he had no known grave but in 1921 his body was found, exhumed and reinterred. His remains were identified by means of his identity disc.
23/01/2021 R/man William Coleman The 1911 census lists William as age 20, living at house 2 in Ballyloughan, Comber, Down. He was a farm servant, working for Joseph and Mary Berkeley.
23/01/2021 R/man William Coleman The 1901 census lists William as age 10, living at the Olivet Boarding School in Ballygowan. County Down. The home was an orphanage.
23/01/2021 R/man William Coleman William Coleman was born in Aughnacloy, County Tyrone about 1891. However, there does not seem to be a GRONI record of this.
22/01/2021 Gnr John Condy 02935
22/01/2021 Gnr John Condy 02933
22/01/2021 Gnr John Condy 02934
22/01/2021 Gnr John Condy 02932
22/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton 02931
22/01/2021 Pte. Terence Colton 02930
22/01/2021 R/man William Coleman 02929
22/01/2021 Pte. Henry Alexander Love 02928
22/01/2021 Gnr Edward Kane (aka Coulter) 02927
22/01/2021 Pte. William David Hall 02926
22/01/2021 Sgt. Thomas Coleman M.M. Sergeant Coleman M.M. is buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery.
22/01/2021 Sgt. Thomas Coleman M.M. 02925
22/01/2021 R/man William Coleman 02924
22/01/2021 Pte. Patrick George Coleman Private George Coleman is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on Moy War Memorial.
22/01/2021 Pte. Patrick George Coleman The 1911 census lists George, English born, living with Ellen at house 24 in Moygashel Town, Dungannon. He was a labourer.
22/01/2021 Pte. Patrick George Coleman George had served seven years with the Royal Irish Rifles, being stationed in India for a time.
22/01/2021 Pte. Patrick George Coleman George Coleman and Ellen Hughes were married on 26th February 1908 in the district of Dungannon. Ellen hailed from Drumay, Moy.
22/01/2021 Sapper Alfred Stanley Button 02923
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Private Ernest Clinging is listed on page 40-41 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling He had both legs amputated and died of his wounds on 20th August 1916.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Private Clinging, of the 9th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who has passed away in hospital in France, after having both legs amputated. He was seriously wounded, but was carried to the clearing station by Sergeant Young, Nurchassy, who has since been killed n action. He was a very quiet and industrious youth.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling From the Impartial Reporter dated 31st August 1916:
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling 02922
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Private Clinging is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial and also on the WWI Roll of Honour in St John's Church Fivemiletown.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Private Ernest Clinging is buried in Mont Huon Military Cemetery, Le Treport, in France. During the First World War, Le Treport was an important hospital centre. His inscription reads: FORGET HIM NO, I NEVER WILL AS YEARS ROLL ON I MISS HIM STILL HIS SORROWING MOTHER
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Private Ernest Clinging arrived in France on 9th December 1915.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling There is a 1911 census entry for an Ernest Clinging. He is listed as an 18 year old servant working for the Rea family at Tullykenneye, Corralongford, County Fermanagh. Corralongford straddles the boundary with Fivemiletown in County Tyrone.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling The 1901 census records the family as living in Tattykeeran, Cross, Fermanagh. Ernest was 7 years old. Ernest’s stepfather, John Thomas ‘Clingham’, was a farm labourer.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Known family: John Thomas Clinging, Maggie Ann Clinging, Ernest Clinging (born 8th October 1892), Rose Mary Clinging (born 4th May 1895), James Clinging (born 3rd March 1896), John Robert Clinging (born 2nd May 1898), Georgina Clinging (born 25th October 1908).
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Ernest became the stepson of John Clinging and was renamed accordingly.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling John Clinging and Maggie McKinley were married on 21st August 1894 in Fermanagh.
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Any cash remaining to be handed to my mother, Mrs Maggie Clinging, Fivemiletown, County Tyrone Ireland. Signature Earnest Clinging, Service No. 17586, 9th Battalion, Inniskilling Fusiliers. Date 8th December 1915
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Last Will and Testament of Private Ernest Clinging dated 8th December 1915
22/01/2021 Pte. Ernest Clingling Ernest McKinley was the son of Maggie McKinley. Ernest was born 8th October 1892 in Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.
21/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Clarke Private Clarke arrived in France on 5th October 1915.
21/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Clarke 02921
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark Lance Corporal Andrew Joshua Clark is listed on page 68 of the Ballygawley War Dead book.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark The CWGC records he was stationed at ‘depot’. He is recorfded as the son of William and Jane Clark of Bockets, Ballygawley.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark In the event of my death, I give the whole of my property and effects to Mr William Clark, father, Bockets, Ballyneagh, Ballygawley, County Tyrone. Private Andrew Clark, 22181, 3rd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark 02920
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark Last Will and Testament of Private Andrew Clark dated 1st April 1918:
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark The 1911 census records Andrew as 12 years old. He was at school. His father was a farmer living with his new wife and family. The large family still lived in Bockets, Aghnahoe, Ballygawley, County Tyrone.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark Step-Family: William Clark, Eliza Clark, Maggie Clark (born 22nd September 1907), John Clark (born 4th February 1909), Samuel Clark (born 10th April 1910), James Clark (born 12th August 1911).
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark A year later, William Clark married Eliza Moore on 11th September 1906 in the Dungannon area. They went on to have four children together.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark Andrew’s mother, Jane Clark, died on 9th May 1905 in the Dungannon area, aged 34. Andrew was seven years old.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark The 1901 census shows Andrew as 3 years old. His father William was a farmer who was born in Scotland. The family lived with Jane’s mother and sister. They lived in Bockets, Aghnahoe, Tyrone.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark Family: William Clark, Jane Clark, Andrew J Clark (born 21st November 1897), William A Clark (born 15th July 1899), Alfred Clark (born 10th April 1901), Herbert Clark (born 26th November 1902).
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark Andrew Clark was born on 21st November 1897. He was the oldest of four children, all born in the Dungannon area.
21/01/2021 L/Corp Andrew Joshua Clark Andrew Joshua Clark was the eldest son of William and Jane Clark. William Clark and Jane Johnston were married on 18th November 1892 in the district of Dungannon.
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson The family lived at 689 Colborne Street, London, Ontario.
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson Private Andrew James Carson is also commemorated on the family gravestone in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, London, Ontario.
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson 02919
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson Although the Canadians have been moved back from the front line, casualty reports continue to come through. Joseph Carson, of 689 Colborne Street, was officially notified this morning that his son, Private Andrew James Carson, was killed in action on 21st November. Private Carson enlisted a year ago with the 33rd Battalion, but on his arrival in England was transferred to another battalion. He was 22 years old and before enlisting, was employed by the C S Hyman Company. Private Carson is survived by his father, two brothers, Joseph William and Robert J, and one sister, Sydney Margaret, all of this city. He was a member of Hackett Lodge L.O.L. No. 805, and of St Paul’s Cathedral. He was a native of County Tyrone, Ireland. Corporal J R McCombe, who resided with the Carson family prior to the war, and was killed in action two months ago, was a cousin. An uncle and another cousin are fighting with the 9th Inniskillings.
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson 02918
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson From the London Advertiser, unknown date: London Boy Killed in Action, Enlisted in 33rd Battalion
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson Private A J Carson, reported on Tuesday as being wounded on 22nd September and in No. 12 Hospital in Boulogne. He crossed with the first detached company of the 33rd Battalion, and had been in the trenches for more than a year before he was nicked by a German bullet. Private Carson was a young Irishman who came to this city three years ago, and was a member of Hackett Lodge L.O.L. No. 805. His cousin, Jack McCombe, was reported wounded some time ago. Private Carson lives at 689 Colborne Street.
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson 02917
20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson From the London Advertiser, unknown date: Year in Trenches Before being hit by German
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20/01/2021 Pte. Andrew James Carson 02915
20/01/2021 Pte. Francis Cavanagh Private Francis Cavanagh has no known grave and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial near Ypres in Belgium.
20/01/2021 Pte. Francis Cavanagh In his will he left all to his sister, Mrs Bridget Rush, who was living at Carland, Dungannon.
20/01/2021 Pte. Francis Cavanagh In the event of my death, I give the whole of my property and effects to Mrs Bridget Rush, sister, Carland Dungannon. 21427 Private Francis Cavanagh 3rd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
20/01/2021 Pte. Francis Cavanagh 02914
20/01/2021 Pte. Francis Cavanagh Last Will and Testament of Private Francis Cavanagh dated 27th July 1917:
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield Private Caulfield is listed on page 20 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield Private Hugh Caulfield is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield Private Hugh Caulfield is buried in Lancashire Landing Cemetery at Gallipoli.
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield Private Hugh Caulfield was with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers when he arrived at the Balkans on 7th August 1915.
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield Known family: John Caulfield, Bridget Caulfield, Hugh Caulfield (born 9th February 1883), John Caulfield (born 11th March 1885), James Caulfield (born 1st April 1887), Mary Jane Caulfield (born 26th March 1889), Sarah Anne Caulfield (born about 1891), Edward Caulfield (born 19th March 1893), Alice Kathleen Caulfield (born 11th June 1896), Bridget Caulfield (born 26th October 1898).
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield Hugh was born in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh on 9th February 1883. He was the oldest of ten children, eight surviving. All were born in Brookeborough.
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield Hugh Caulfield was the eldest son of John and Bridget Caulfield. John Caulfield and Bridget Quinn were married on 18th November 1881 in the district of Omagh.
19/01/2021 R/man James Cassidy Rifleman Cassidy arrived in the Balkans on 11th July 1915.
19/01/2021 R/man James Cassidy Sometime between 1894 and 1901 the family moved to Belfast.
19/01/2021 R/man James Cassidy Known family: Thomas Cassidy, Rose Anne Cassidy, William Cassidy (born 27th March 1878), Mary Cassidy (born 6th February 1880), Thomas Cassidy (born 25th March 1881), James William Cassidy (born 15th September 1883), John Cassidy (born 1st July 1886), Hugh Cassidy (born 15th December 1888), Margaret Margretta Cassidy (born 15th June 1891), Mary Cassidy (born 20th March 1894).
19/01/2021 R/man James Cassidy James William Cassidy was born on 15th September 1883. He was one of at least eight children, all born in the Aughnacloy area.
19/01/2021 R/man James Cassidy James Cassidy was the son of Thomas and Rose Ann Cassidy. Thomas Cassidy and Rose O’Neill were married on 16th January 1877 in the district of Dungannon.
19/01/2021 Pte. William Carson Private Carson arrived in France on 5th October 1915.
19/01/2021 Pte. William Carson Private William Carson has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial at the Somme in France.
19/01/2021 Pte. William Carson William Carson was the eldest son of Robert and Mary Carson. Robert Carson and Mary Ashe were married on 25th July 1893 in the district of Dungannon.
19/01/2021 Pte. Robert Carson Private Robert Carson has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial at the Somme in France.
19/01/2021 Pte. Robert Carson Robert Carson was the son of Robert and Mary Carson. Robert Carson and Mary Ashe were married on 25th July 1893 in the district of Dungannon.
19/01/2021 Pte. Hugh Caulfield The 1901 census records the family living in Ramult, Cross, County Fermanagh. Hugh is recorded as a 13 years old labourer, which is clearly erroneous. All the children’s ages are out by considerable margins. His father was a labourer.
18/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Cardwell 02913
18/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Cardwell Private Joseph Cardwell of Lake Hill Gives Life for Empire. Widow and Children Here. Private Joseph Cardwell, who left here with the 88th Battalion last May, has been killed in action, according to word received here yesterday. He fell on 4th February while serving with the 47th Battalion. He is survived by a widow and two little girls, who reside at Lake Hill. Mrs Cardwell has already lost a brother and brother-in-law at the front, both having gone with Irish battalions. Private Cardwell came here from Belfast about five years ago and was employed by the city prior to enlisting.
18/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Cardwell 02912
18/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Cardwell From the Daily Colonist dated 18th February 1917: Victorian Killed
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Eileen is believed to be second from the left in the photo, although there is no confirmation.
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18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell 00123
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18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell 00121
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Neither Eileen nor her child are listed with the CWGC.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Eileen Elizabeth (four and a half) only child of George and Eileen Hester. of Sheskburn, Ballycastle, County Antrim.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Eileen Hester Campbell, (nee Knox-Browne), Aughentaine, Fivemiletown, County Tyrone. Wife of George Richard Colin Campbell. Mother of Eileen Campbell.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Lieutenant Commander George Richard Colin Campbell, RN. Compass Dept, (Slough), HMS President. Born Ballyeglish, Moneymore, County Londonderry. Aged 34. Son of Rev Edward and Lydia Campbell, Sheskburn, Ballycastle, County Antrim.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Their grave has a headstone with a sculpted ships anchor. It reads:
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell All three are buried in Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Dublin.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell They were brought to the mortuary of St Michael’s Hospital, Kingstown, (now Dun Laoghaire), County Dublin where Colin’s father, the Rev Edward Campbell identified them.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell All three of the family perished. Their bodies were recovered, with Eileen tightly clasping her daughter in her arms.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell They were returning to England on the 10th October on RMS Leinster when it was torpedoed.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell In October 1918 he had travelled to Belfast on Admiralty business and his family accompanied him, presumably to visit their family.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell By 1918 they were living at The Poplars in Langley, close to Colin’s work in Slough, England.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell By 1916 Colin had achieved the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He joined the Admiralty Compass Department, rising to become Superintendent of the Magnetic Compass Branch.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell They had one child. Eileen Elizabeth Campbell was born in 1914 in Dublin.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell George Colin Campbell and Eileen Hester Knox Browne were married on 22nd March 1911 in the district of Dungannon. Eileen gave Aughentaine as her address.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Lt.-Col. John Hervey Knox-Browne inherited Aghintain Castle in County Tyrone on the death of his father in 1882, and was High Sheriff of Tyrone in 1887.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Family: Hervey John Knox-Browne, Louisa Knox-Browne, Sarah Hannah Madeline Knox-Browne (born about 1869, Dublin City), Thomas Arthur Hervey Knox-Browne (born 29th May 1870), Augusta Caroline Knox-Browne (born about 1876, County Wexford), Eileen Hester Louisa Knox-Browne (born 5th November 1876, Bunclody, County Wexford), Mervyn William Charles Knox-Browne (born 21 Apr 1880).
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Eileen was born on the 5th November 1876 in Bunclody, Co Wexford She was the fourth of five children and the youngest daughter.
18/01/2021 Civilian Eileen Hester Campbell Eileen Hester Louisa Knox-Browne was the daughter of Lt.-Col. John Hervey Knox-Browne and Louisa Elizabeth Knox-Gore.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery Shoeing Smith Francis Carbery is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery Francis Carberry was working in England when he enlisted in June 1915.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery The 1911 census lists Francis as age 25, living with the family at house 39 in Anne Street, Dungannon. Again, Francis not listed as having an occupation.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery The 1901 census lists Francis as age 14, living with the family at house 36 in Anne Street, Dungannon. His is not listed as having an occupation. His mother was a widow.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery It seems Patrick Carberry died on 5th June 1889 in Dungannon, aged 45. Francis would have been three years old.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery Known family: Patrick Carbery, Sarah Carbery, Sarah Anne Carbery (born 2nd October 1876), Brigid Carbery (born 25th March 1879), James Carbery (born 14th August 1881), Mary Jane Carbery (born 22nd November 1883 or 6th April 1884), Francis Carbery (born 7th April 1886).
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery Francis Carbery was born on 7th April 1886. He was the youngest of five known children, all born in Dungannon.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery It seems there was another Carbery/Rafferty family in the Dungannon area at the time, so extracting the exact family from the GRONI births database is not possible at this time.
17/01/2021 Farrier Francis Carbery Francis Carbery was the youngest son of Patrick and Sarah Carbery. Patrick Carbery and Sarah Rafferty were married on 27th February 1870 n the district of Dungannon.
17/01/2021 R/man William Campbell Rifleman William Campbell has no known grave and is commemorated on the Helles Memorial at Gallipoli in Turkey.
17/01/2021 R/man William Campbell Rifleman Campbell arrived in the Balkans on 10th July 1915.
17/01/2021 R/man William Campbell Family: William Campbell, Margaret Campbell, Mary Anne Josephine Campbell (born 20th December 1890, Clogher), Margaret Campbell (born 6th June 1892, Dungannon), William Campbell (born 29th July 1894, Dungannon), Elizabeth Campbell (born 4th April 1897, Dungannon), Edward Patrick Campbell (born 26th September 1899, Dungannon).
17/01/2021 R/man William Campbell William was born 29th July 1894 in Dungannon. He was the third of five children.
17/01/2021 R/man William Campbell William Campbell was the eldest son of William and Margaret Campbell. William Campbell and Margaret McIlkenny were married on 25th October 1889 in the district of Dungannon.
16/01/2021 Pte. Robert Thomas Campbell Private Robert Campbell is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial as Private R L Campbell.
16/01/2021 Pte. Robert Thomas Campbell The 1911 census does not list Robert Thomas as living with the family at house 1 in Legane.
16/01/2021 Pte. Robert Thomas Campbell The 1901 census lists Robert Thomas as age 12, living with the family at house 20 in Legane, Ballymagran, County Tyrone. He was still at school. They were a farming family.
16/01/2021 Pte. Robert Thomas Campbell Known family: Robert Campbell, Deborah Campbell, James Campbell (born 30th May 1884), John Campbell (born 14th January 1886), Robert Thomas Campbell (born 16th January 1888), William Campbell (born 10th May 1890), Rachael Campbell (born 12th February 1893).
16/01/2021 Pte. Robert Thomas Campbell Robert Campbell was born on 16th January 1888 at Legane, Aughnacloy. He was the third of five children, all born in the Dungannon area.
16/01/2021 Pte. Robert Thomas Campbell Robert Thomas Campbell was the third son of Robert and Deborah Campbell. Robert Campbell and Deborah Hamilton were married on 2nd January 1883 in the district of Dungannon.
15/01/2021 R/man Frank Campbell Private arrived in France on 5th October 1915.
15/01/2021 R/man Frank Campbell Known family: Hugh Campbell, Mary Campbell, Ellen Campbell (born 28th October 1879), Mary Martha Campbell (born 6th August 1881), Charles Campbell (born 3rd April 1883, died 14th May 1883), Bridget Campbell (born 3rd June 1884), Hugh Campbell (born 20th September 1885), Margaret J Campbell (born 10th July 1887), Charles Campbell (born 15th May 1889), Sarah E Campbell (born 24th September 1890), Francis Campbell (born 23rd March 1892), Samuel John Campbell (born 20th May 1894).
15/01/2021 R/man Frank Campbell Francis Campbell was born on 23rd March 1892 in Stewartstown, He was the second youngest of fourteen children, eight surviving.
15/01/2021 R/man Frank Campbell Francis Campbell was the son of Hugh and Mary Campbell. Hugh Campbell and Mary Haugh / Hawe were married on 13th November 1878 in the district of Cookstown. (GRONI Ref M/1878/L1/2533/3/59)
15/01/2021 R/man Owen McGill 02908
15/01/2021 Pte. Robert Dornan 02907
15/01/2021 Sgt. John Cairns 02906
15/01/2021 Sgt. John Cairns John’s father, Thomas Cairns, appears to have died on 3rd March 1908 in Ballygawley, aged 58.
15/01/2021 Sgt. John Cairns John Cairns was born on 4th May 1891 in Errigal, Ballygawley. He was one of at least six children, all born in the Ballygawley area.
15/01/2021 Sgt. John Cairns Thomas had been a gunner in the Mid Ulster Artillery. Phoebe was the daughter of James Montgomery of Fedden, Ballygawley.
15/01/2021 Sgt. John Cairns John Cairns was the son of Thomas and Phoebe Cairns. Thomas Cairns and Phoebe Montgomery were married on 10th April 1890 in the district of Dungannon.
15/01/2021 L/Corp George Caddoo M.M. Lance Corporal Caddoo award was listed in the Gazette on 13th March 1918.
15/01/2021 L/Corp George Caddoo M.M. 02905
15/01/2021 L/Corp George Caddoo M.M. Lance Corporal George Caddoo is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
15/01/2021 L/Corp George Caddoo M.M. Private Caddoo landed in France on 5th October 1915.
15/01/2021 2nd Lt William James Morrison Andrews The 1901 census lists Jim as age 10 living at house 1 in Chapel Road, Dungannon. His father, Alex Andrews, was a tea merchant.
15/01/2021 2nd Lt William James Morrison Andrews Family: Alexander Andrews, Violet Andrews, William James Morrison Andrews (born 6th October 1890), Annie May Andrews (born 16th April 1892), Arthur Alexander Andrews (born 27th August 1894), Fred Stanley Andrews (born 26th October 1895).
15/01/2021 2nd Lt William James Morrison Andrews William James Morrison Andrews was born on 6th October 1890. He was the eldest of four children, all born in the Dungannon area.
15/01/2021 2nd Lt William James Morrison Andrews William James Morrison Andrews was the eldest son of Alexander and Violet Andrews. Alexander Andrews and Violet Morrison were married on 4th December 1889 in the district of Moyle.
14/01/2021 Capt Bernard Score Browne M.C. 02904
14/01/2021 Capt Bernard Score Browne M.C. 02903
14/01/2021 Capt Bernard Score Browne M.C. Lieutenant Bernard Browne arrived in France on 23rd April 1915.
14/01/2021 Capt Bernard Score Browne M.C. Captain Bernard Score Browne, M.C., is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
14/01/2021 Capt Bernard Score Browne M.C. Known family: Abraham Walker Browne, Helen T Browne, Bernard Score Browne (born 27th May 1885, Derry)
14/01/2021 Capt Bernard Score Browne M.C. Bernard Browne was born on 27th May 1885 in Derry.
14/01/2021 Capt Bernard Score Browne M.C. Bernard Score Browne was the second son of Abraham Walker Browne and Helen Browne. Abraham Walker Browne and Helen T Smyth were married on 23rd April 1878 at Honeybourne, Worcestershire.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler 02902
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler 02901
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler Lance Corporal William Percy Butler is also commemorated on the family headstone at Deansgrange Cemetery, Blackrock, County Dublin.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler William Percy Butler is also commemorated on the two Bank of Ireland World War I Memorial Plaques in College Green, Dublin.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler The CWGC records Lance Corporal Butler as the son of William John Butler, M.A., T.C.D., and Georgina Butler, of 36 York Road, Kingstown, County Dublin.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler William Percy Butler is commemorated on the World War I Memorial Plaque in Christ Church of Ireland in Dun Laoghaire.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler Lance Corporal William Percy Butler is buried in Duisans British Cemetery in France. His inscription reads FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler William P Butler enlisted on 19th February 1916.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler William was employed as a Clerk in the Dublin branch of the Bank of Ireland.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler William Butler was educated at Corrig School in Dun Laoghaire.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler The 1911 census shows the family living at house 36 in York Road, Dun Laoghaire. William Percy was 14 years old and still at school.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler The 1901 census lists William Percy as age 4, living with the family at house 1 in Royal Terrace East, Kingstown (now Dun Laoghaire). His father’s occupation is give as ‘Clerk in Library T.C.D. M.A.T.C.D.’ William John Butler was an assistant librarian at Trinity College, Dublin.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler Family: William John Butler Georgina Butler, Meta Letitia Mary Butler (born 30th May 1892, Benburb), William Percy Butler (born 8th May 1896, Benburb), Robert O'Neill Butler (born about 1899, Dun Laoghaire).
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler William Percy Butler was born in Moy, County Tyrone on 8th May 1896. He was one of three children.
14/01/2021 L/Corp William Percy Butler William Percy Butler was the eldest son of William John and Georgina Butler. William Butler and Georgina Elliott were married on 15th July 1891 in the district of Dungannon.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby In the event of my death, I give the whole of my property and effects to my wife, Mrs Agnes Busby, Killylea, County Armagh. Signed Rifleman Isaac Busby, 18th Royal Irish Rifles.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby 02900
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby 02899
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Last will and Testament of Lance Corporal Isaac Busby dated 14th June 1916:
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Isaac Busby is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Lance Corporal Busby has no known grave and is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial at Ypres (Ieper).
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Lance Corporal Isaac Busby was serving with the 12th Battalion of the Royal Irish Rifles when he was killed in action on 15th August 1917 in Belgium.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby The 1911 census lists Isaac as age 30, living with his wife at house 1 in Caledon, County Tyrone. Isaac was listed as a coachman and domestic servant.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Isaac Busby and Agnes Girvan were married on 11th August 1909 in the district of Armagh. It is believed they had one child. Herbert Busby was born on 6th May 1914.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby The 1901 census lists Isaac as age 21, living with the family at house 4 in Kedew, Caledon, County Tyrone. Isaac Busby is listed as working on his father’s farm.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Known family: William Busby, Martha Busby, Maria Busby (born 1st March 1878), Isaac Busby (born 1st October 1879), Robert Busby (born 14th February 1882), Moses Busby (born 20th April 1885), Catherine Kate Busby (born 10th July 1887).
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Isaac Busby was born on 1st October 1879. He was the second of five children, all born in the Caledon area.
13/01/2021 L/Corp Isaac Busby Isaac was the eldest son of William and Martha Busby. William Busby and Martha Wilson were married on 15th March 1877 in the district of Dungannon
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton His eldest brother, David, left home as a young man and did not keep in contact but some years after his mother died, he returned to Eglish in 1934 as a United States Army Major (retired). He married and fathered a son, David, who later went to live in Scotland.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton Private Thomas Burton arrived in the Balkans on 17th March 1915.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton The 1911 census shows the family had moved to house 62 in Kashmir Road, the Falls, Belfast. His brothers and sister worked in the weaving industry. Thomas was a flax yarn bundler. He was 29 years old.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton The 1901 census lists Thomas J as age 20, living with the family at house 264 in Cupar Street, Falls Ward, Belfast. Thomas was working as a labourer. His mother was a widow.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton After the death of his father, the family farm at Curran was sold and the family moved to Belfast.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton Family: David Burton, Mary Jane Burton, Alice Burton (born 7th January 1869), Robert Charles Burton (born 14th March 1870), David Burton (born 21st October 1871), Mary M Burton (born 24th October 1874), John Burton (born 6th December 1876), Thomas James Burton (born 30th August 1878).
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton Thomas, his three brothers and two sisters, all attended Derryfubble School, east of Eglish.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton Thomas was only nine months old when his father, David, was killed on the farm while ploughing, when the horses came back on to him.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton Thomas James Burton was born on 30th August 1878. He was the youngest of six children, all born in the Benburb area.
13/01/2021 Pte. Thomas Burton Thomas Burton was the youngest son of David and Mary Jane Burton. David Burton and Mary Donnelly were married on 8th January 1868 in the district of Dungannon.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows Lance Corporal George Burrows has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial at the Somme in France.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows Lance Corporal George Burrows is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial. He is also commemorated on Castlecaulfield Church of Ireland WW1 Roll of Honour.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows Private George Burrows arrived in France on 5th October 1915.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows The 1911 census lists George as age 16 living on the Ranfurly Estate at Ballynorthland Demesne, Derrygortreavy, Dungannon.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows The 1911 census does not list George as living with the family at house 11 in Gorey, Clonavaddy, Tyrone. The family were still farming.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows Family: James Burrows, Sarah E Burrows, George Burrows (born 6th June 1894), Robert Burrows (born 21st February 1896), Frederick Burrows (born 9th January 1898), Mary M Burrows (born 13th October 1899), John Burrows (born 24th March 1901, died 25th April 1901), Margaret J Burrows (born 1st July 1902), Samuel J Burrows (born 5th May 1904), William J Burrows (born 8th July 1909).
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows The 1901 census lists George as age 7 living with the family at house 11 in Gorey, Clonavaddy, Tyrone. George was still at school. His father, James Burrows, was a farmer.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows George Burrows was born on 6th June 1894 in the Donaghmore area.
12/01/2021 L/Corp George Burrows George Burrows was the son of James and Sarah E Burrows. George burrows and Sarah White were married on 30th March 1894 in the district of Dungannon.
11/01/2021 Trooper Hamilton Hugh Burrowes The 1901 census records that Hamilton was living with the Anderson family in Lambeg, Lisburn. He was 15 years old and working as a Chemist’s Apprentice. John Anderson was a Pharmaceutical Chemist.
11/01/2021 Trooper Hamilton Hugh Burrowes Family: William Burrowes, Mary Burrowes, Elizabeth Burrowes (born 3rd February 1877), Ada Eleanor Burrowes (born 17th April 1879), William Burrowes (born 26th December 1881), John Burrowes (born 6th November 1882), Hamilton Hugh Burrowes (born 2nd June 1885).
11/01/2021 Trooper Hamilton Hugh Burrowes Hamilton Burrowes was born on 2nd June 1885. He was the youngest of five children, all born in Dungannon.
11/01/2021 Trooper Hamilton Hugh Burrowes Hamilton Hugh Burrowes was the youngest son of William and Mary Burrowes. William Burrowes and Mary Hamilton were married on 25th May 1875 in the district of Dungannon.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes Corporal John Burrowes is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes The CWGC record Corporal John Burrowes as the son of Mary Burrowes of Hillside, Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland. He is also listed as the son of the late William Burrowes.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes John ‘Jack’ Burrowes emigrated to South Africa where he entered into trade in Johannesburg and had considerable farming interests up country.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes It seems Johns father died either on 30th March 1907 or 8th January 1908 in Dungannon.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes 1906, John became a member of St John’s Masonic Lodge No 185, Dungannon.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes The 1901 census lists John as age 18, living with the family at house 5 in Perry Street, Dungannon. John was a drapery salesman. His father William was a confectionery shop owner. William was also a Car Owner and Driver.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes Family: William Burrowes, Mary Burrowes, Elizabeth Burrowes (born 3rd February 1877), Ada Eleanor Burrowes (born 17th April 1879), William Burrowes (born 26th December 1881), John Burrowes (born 6th November 1882), Hamilton Hugh Burrowes (born 2nd June 1885).
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes John Burrowes was born on 6th November 1882. He was the second youngest of five children, all born in Dungannon.
11/01/2021 Corp John Jack Burrowes John Burrowes was the son of William and Mary Burrowes. William Burrowes and Mary Hamilton were married on 25th May 1875 in the district of Dungannon.
11/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Burke Private Patrick Burke is buried in Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery in Souchez, France.
11/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Burke Private Patrick Burke was serving with the 1st Battalion of the Connaught Rangers when he was killed in action in France on Wednesday 17th March 1915.
11/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Burke Private Burke arrived in France with the Connaught Rangers on 7th October 1914.
11/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Burke Patrick Burke enlisted in Boyle, County Roscommon.
11/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Burke Patrick Burke was born in Dungannon.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans William Bryans enlisted in Manchester.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans Private William Bryans is listed on page 62 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans The CWGC record William as the son of John and Annie Bryans of Owenskerry, Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans William Bryans is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans Private William Bryans is buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery in France. His inscription reads THY WILL BE DONE.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans Private William Bryans was serving with the 14th Labour Corps when he died of nephritis on Saturday 9th February 1918 in France.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans Private Bryans later transferred to Labour Corps (No 31277).
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans An unknown Belfast newspaper reports that a Rifleman William Bryans of the Lincolnshire Regiment, had been wounded. He was listed as living at 53 Renfrew Street, Belfast at the time.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans Private William Bryans initially served with Lincolnshire Regiment (No 39229).
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans Known family: John Bryans, Annie Bryans, Jane Bryans (born 20th January 1867), John Bryans (born 26th February 1869), Robert Bryans (born 5th May 1871), Joseph Bryans (born 21st May 1873), William Bryans (born 9th October 1875), James Bryans (born 21st April 1878), Charlotte Bryans (born 20th May 1879).
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans William Briens was born on 9th October 1875 He was one of at least seven children, all born in Brookeborough, County Fermanagh.
10/01/2021 Pte. William Bryans William Bryans was the son of John and Annie Bryans. John Briens and Annie Henry were married on 23rd May 1864 in the district of Fermanagh.
09/01/2021 Pte. William James Stratton 02898
09/01/2021 Pte. George Hoye 02897
09/01/2021 Sgt. Robert Bryans 02896
09/01/2021 Pte. Henry Bryans Private Henry Bryans has no known grave and is commemorated on the La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial in France.
09/01/2021 Pte. Henry Bryans Private Henry Bryans arrived in France on 15th August 1914.
09/01/2021 Pte. Henry Bryans Known family: Samuel Bryans, Rachel Bryans, Sarah Bryans (born 27th August 1883, Armagh), William John Bryans (born 20th March 1885, Dungannon), Samuel Bryans (born about 1889, Dungannon), Ann Elizabeth Bryans (born 24th May 1890, Dungannon), Robert Bryans (born 14th June 1892, Dungannon), Henry Bryans (born 4th August 1894, Dungannon), David Bryans (born 7th October 1896, Dungannon), Fredrick Bryans (born 12th February 1899, Belfast), Agnes Bryans (born 28th May 1901, Belfast).
09/01/2021 Pte. Henry Bryans It is believed the family moved from Caledon to Belfast sometime between 1897 and 1899. This is deduced from the 1901 census which tells us 4 year old David was born in Tyrone, but 2 year old Frederick was born in Belfast.
09/01/2021 Pte. Henry Bryans Henry was born on 4th August 1894 in Caledon, County Tyrone. He was one on ten children, eight surviving.
09/01/2021 Pte. Henry Bryans Henry Bryans was the son of Samuel and Rachel Bryans. Samuel Briens and Rachel McCullagh were married on 5th January 1883 in the district of Armagh.
09/01/2021 Pte. Henry Bryans 02895
09/01/2021 2nd Lt William Brown 2nd Lieutenant William Brown is buried in Grand-Seraucourt British Cemetery near St Quentin in France. His inscription reads: HE HAS BUT FOLLOWED WHITHER DUTY LED TO FIND A FULLER LIFE
09/01/2021 2nd Lt William Brown 02894
08/01/2021 2nd Lt Laurence Crawford Brown Laurence was educated at the Royal School Dungannon and then at the Technical College, Belfast.
08/01/2021 2nd Lt Laurence Crawford Brown The 1911 census lists Laurence Crawford as age 16, living with the family at house 7 in Aghareany, Donaghmore, County Tyrone. He was still at school.
08/01/2021 2nd Lt Laurence Crawford Brown The 1901 census lists Laurence C as age 6, living with his grandparents at house 13 in Cranmore Park, Windsor Ward, Belfast.
08/01/2021 2nd Lt Laurence Crawford Brown Family: Robert Brown, Mary Crawford Brown, Laurence Crawford Brown (born 5th October 1894), Oliver Nicholson Brown (born 8th July 1896), Alice G G Brown (born 8th April 1901), Honor G Brown (born 3rd June 1904), Alan D Brown (born 22nd September 1907).
08/01/2021 2nd Lt Laurence Crawford Brown He was the grandson of Sir William Crawford.
08/01/2021 2nd Lt Laurence Crawford Brown Lawrence Brown was born on 5th October 1894. He was the eldest of five children, all born in Donaghmore.
08/01/2021 2nd Lt Laurence Crawford Brown Lawrence Crawford Brown was the eldest son of Robert and Mary Crawford Brown. Robert Brown and Mary Crawford were married on 16th August 1893 in Belfast.
08/01/2021 L/Corp William Brien Lance Corporal William Brien is buried in Brown's Copse Cemetery in Roeux, France.
08/01/2021 L/Corp William Brien Private William Brien also had the regimental number 10164.
08/01/2021 L/Corp William Brien Private William Brien arrived in France on 19th December 1914.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen 02893
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen The CWGC record Private James Breen as the son of Mary Breen of Freughmore, Clogher, County Tyrone, Ireland, and also as the son of the late John Breen.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen James Breen is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial and on St Macartan’s Cathedral Roll of Honour Tablet.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen Private James Breen is buried in Le Cateau Military Cemetery in France.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen Private Breen died of wounds whilst a prisoner of war on 3rd April 1918, aged 28.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen Private James Breen was serving with the 4th Regiment of the South African Infantry when he was captured.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen The 1911 census lists James as age 21, a farmer's son, living with the family at house 6 in Freughmore. His mother as a widow.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen James’s father, John Breen, died on 15th June 1907 in the district of Clogher. He was 50 years old.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen The 1901 census lists James as age 10, living with the family at house 2 in Freughmore, Clogher, County Tyrone. John Breen as a farmer.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen Known family: John Breen, Mary Eliza Breen, Eliza Breen (born about 1888), James Breen (born about 1891), Thomas John Breen (born 25th October 1892), Matilda Breen (born 6th September 1895, twin), William Breen (born 6th September 1895, twin, died 1st November 1895), Rebecca Maria Breen (born 26th January 1898, died 30th March 1898), Rebecca Maria Breen (born 16th March 1899), Martha Breen (born 7th October 1901).
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen James Breen was born about 1891 in County Tyrone.
08/01/2021 Pte. James Breen James Breen was the oldest son of son of John and Mary Eliza Breen. John Breen and Mary Trimble were married on 25th November 1886 in the district of Dungannon.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Joseph Breadon is listed on page 80 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon The CWGC record Private Joseph Breadon as the son of Thomas and Mary Breadon of Alderwood, Fivemiletown, County Tyrone, Ireland. He is also listed as the husband of Sarah Breadon, of Toronto, Ontario.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Joseph Breadon is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Joseph Breadon is buried in Toronto (St. John's Norway) Cemetery in Canada.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02890
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02889
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02888
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02887
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02886
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02884
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02892
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Breadon arrived in England in December 1915. He proceeded to France in February 1916.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Joseph Breadon died after the war of related injuries/illness on the 10th October 1920, aged 29.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Joseph Breadon was demobilized and discharged on 24th February 1919 at Toronto.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Joseph Breadon served with the 58th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry and saw service in Europe.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Military records record that his wife Sarah did live at 76 Boultbea Avenue, Toronto and then later at 1155 King Street West, Toronto.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon He endured other health issues including dental problems. He also developed hemorrhoids in in his index finger.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Private Breadon spent many months in hospital. His treatment included massage and electric treatment.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon In October1916, Private Joseph Breadon was shot and wounded in the left leg at the Somme
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 451976 Joseph Breadon, 58th Battalion, B Company. In the event of my death, I give the whole of my property and effects to my brother, William John Breadon, 76 Boultbea Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02885
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Last Will and Testament of Private Joseph Breadon dated 18th July 1917:
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Joseph enlisted on 23rd July 1915 in Toronto. He was 24 and single. His next of kin was his mother Mary.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Prior to enlisting Joseph worked as a grocery clerk in Toronto.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Joseph Breadon emigrated to Canada.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon The 1911 census records Joseph as 19, working on his father’s farm at Alderwood, Fivemiletown.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon The 1901 census lists Joseph as 9 years old, living with the family at house 11 in Alderwood, Fivemiletown. His father was a farmer.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Known family: Thomas Breadon, Mary Breadon, Mary Breadon (born 16th July 1882), William J Breadon (born about 1884), Robert Breadon (born 5th February 1886, died 22nd November 1886), Margaret Breadon (born 4th November 1887), Robert S Breadon (born 27th January 1890), Joseph Breadon (born 24th November 1891), Jane Elina Breadon (born 7th November 1894), Annie Breadon (born 21st April 1897), Thomas James Breadon (born 3rd December 1898), Edward Breadon (born 6th March 1901), Noble Breadon (born 7th July 1903), Bertie Breadon (born 10th September 1905).
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Joseph Breadon was born on 8th November 1891. He was one of twelve children, ten surviving. They were all born in the Fivemiletown area.
08/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon Joseph Breadon was the son of Thomas and Mary Breadon. Thomas Breadon and Mary Thompson were married on 23rd August 1881 in the district of Fermanagh.
07/01/2021 Pte. Joseph Breadon 02883
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty 02882
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty Private George Bratty is commemorated on Lisburn War Memorial and on the Roll of Honour in Christ Church, Lisburn.
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty Private George Bratty is buried in St Sever Cemetery in Rouen, France.
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty Private George Bratty was serving with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he died of wounds on Monday 17th July 1916.
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty Prior to enlisting, he lived at 12 Barrack Lane, Lisburn with his wife and three small children.
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty George was employed by the Inland Navigation Company.
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty The 1911 census records George as being married to Maria. They had two sons, Thomas and John. They were living on a “house ship” at Kilmore, County Down. The house ship seems to be a barge on an inland canal called “Primrose” a 58 tonne lighter.
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty George went to Friends School in Lisburn.
06/01/2021 Pte. George Bratty George Bratty was born in Lisburn about 1886.
06/01/2021 Pte. Peter Brannigan 02881
06/01/2021 Pte. Peter Brannigan In the deployment of his estate, Peter Brannigan, late of Glenbeg, Galbally, Pomeroy, County Tyrone left all to is father, John Brannigan, who was a farmer.
06/01/2021 Pte. Peter Brannigan Private Peter Brannigan was serving with the 1st Battalion of the Highland Light Infantry when he was killed in action in France and Flanders on 19th December 1914.
06/01/2021 Pte. Peter Brannigan Private Peter Brannigan arrived in France on 30th November 1914.
06/01/2021 Pte. Peter Brannigan Peter Brannigan enlisted in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
06/01/2021 Pte. Peter Brannigan Peter was born in the Dungannon area, mostly likely Glenbeg, Galbally.
06/01/2021 Pte. Peter Brannigan Peter Brannigan was the son of John Brannigan.
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan Private Daniel Brannigan is buried in Knightsbridge Cemetery in Mesnil-Martinsart, west of Thiepval.
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan Last will & testament of Private Daniel Brannigan:
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan Private Daniel Brannigan arrived in the Balkans on 5th November 1915.
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan The 1911 census possibly lists Daniel as age 16, living with , as a servant, the Donnelly family at house 21 in Aghafad, Draughton, County Tyrone. Draughton is in the parish of Donaghcavey, partly in the barony of Omagh, but chiefly in that of Clogher.
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan By the time of the 1911 census, Daniel no longer lived with the family. They had moved to Lurganaglare, Kilfaddy, Tyrone, near Fintona.
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan Family: John Brannigan, Bridget Brannigan, Margaret Brannigan (born 4th June 1888), John Brannigan (born 21st June 1890), Michael Brannigan (born 21st June 1890), James Brannigan (born about 1892), Daniel Brannigan (born 11th October 1894), Bridget Brannigan (born 2nd March 1898), Ellen ‘Nellie’ Brannigan (born 30th August 1900), Mary Agnes Brannigan (born 16th March 1903), Joseph Brannigan (born 1st May 1906), Patrick Henry Brannigan (born 8th February 1909).
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan The 1901 census lists Daniel as age 7, living with the family at house 2 in Coolesker, Beragh, County Tyrone. John Brannigan was a farm labourer.
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan Daniel Brannigan was born 11th October 1894 born in Clogher. He was one of ten children.
06/01/2021 Pte. Daniel Brannigan Daniel Brannigan was the son of John and Bridget Brannigan. John Brannigan and Bridget Donnelly were married on 1st September 1887 in the district of Dungannon.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley Private James Bradley is listed on the War Memorial in Cleator St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley Private James Bradley is buried in Hedauville Communal Cemetery Extension in France, five kilometres north west of Albert.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley A mate of James’, Private Thomas McCrickett, wrote to Mr Sloan (see below) to tell him the circumstances of the death. Thomas McCrickett died just a few weeks later, on 25th May 1918, also aged 18.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley Private James Bradley was serving with the the 19th Battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers when he was killed from shrapnel from a German shell while working in a trench on 11th April 1918.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley Private James Bradley proceeded to France in April 1918.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley James enlisted in the 4th Manchester Regiment in July 1917. He later transferred to the 19th Battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley James was educated at Cleator Moor St Patrick's Elementary, then the Grammar School from 11th September 1912 to 29th June 1917 (by scholarship). Towards the end of his school career he had been training as a Pupil Teacher.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley By 1912 they were living at 1 Mill Street, Cleator.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley The family moved to England.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley The 1901 census lists James as age 1, living with the family at house 7 in Brackaville, Tullyniskane, Coalisland, County Tyrone. John Bradley was a flax dresser.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley Known family: John Bradley, Teresa Bradley, Thomas Francis Bradley (born 14th April 1898), James Bradley (born 5th June 1899), Mary Bradley (born 22nd April 1902).
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley James Bradley was born on 3rd June 1899 in Brackaville, Coalisland. He was one of three children.
05/01/2021 Pte. James Bradley James Bradley was the son of John and Teresa Bradley. John Bradley and Teresa McGrath were married on 22nd February 1897 in the district of Dungannon.
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley Roland Bradley is commemorated locally on Moy War Memorial.
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley Lance Corporal Roland Irvine Bradley is buried in Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery in France.
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley The 1911 census lists Roland as age 14, living with the family at house 30 in Corr and Dunavally, Charlemont, County Armagh. Roland’s father had retired and was receiving a Royal Irish Regiment pension.
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley The family moved from Londonderry to the Moy / Charlemont area.
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley The 1901 census lists Frederick as aged 4, living at house 12 in High Street, Londonderry. His father was a tram conductor in Londonderry.
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley Known family: William Bradley, Jane Bradley, Emily Bradley (born about 1882, County Donegal), William Bradley (born about 1883, County Donegal), Fredrick Ekin Bradley (born 9th November 1884, County Donegal), Annie Bradley (born about 1887, County Donegal), Francis Bradley (born 29th December 1890, County Donegal), Albert Bradley (born about 1892, County Donegal), Alexander Bradley (born about 1895, County Donegal), Roland Bradley (born about 1897, Derry City), Harold Bradley (born 13th May 1898, Derry City).
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley Roland was born about 1897 in County Donegal. He was one of at least nine children. The family moved to Derry city in 1897.
05/01/2021 L/Corp Rowland Irvine Bradley Roland Irvine Bradley was the son of William and Jane Bradley. William Bradley and Jane Elkin / Ekin were married on 9th April 1879 in the district of Fermanagh.
04/01/2021 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley 02880
04/01/2021 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley 02879
04/01/2021 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley is commemorated locally on Moy War Memorial.
04/01/2021 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Frederick Ekin Bradley was the son of William and Jane Bradley. William Bradley and Jane Elkin / Ekin were married on 9th April 1879 in the district of Fermanagh.
04/01/2021 Pte. Francis Henry Bradley Francis was one of three brothers who died in the Great War.
04/01/2021 Pte. Francis Henry Bradley Private Francis Henry Bradley is commemorated locally on Moy War Memorial.
04/01/2021 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Fredrick Bradley was born on 9th November 1884 in Burnfoot, County Donegal. He was one of at least nine children.
03/01/2021 Pte. Francis Henry Bradley The family moved from Londonderry to Moy. The 1911 census does not list Francis as living at house 30 in Corr and Dunavally, Charlemont, County Armagh.
03/01/2021 Pte. Francis Henry Bradley The 1901 census lists Francis as age 11, living at house 12 in High Street, Londonderry. His father, William Bradley, was a tram conductor in Londonderry.
03/01/2021 Pte. Francis Henry Bradley The family moved to Derry city about 1896.
03/01/2021 Pte. Francis Henry Bradley Known family: William Bradley, Jane Bradley, Emily Bradley (born about 1882, County Donegal), William Bradley (born about 1883, County Donegal), Fredrick Ekin Bradley (born 9th November 1884, County Donegal), Annie Bradley (born about 1887, County Donegal), Francis Bradley (born 29th December 1890, County Donegal), Albert Bradley (born about 1892, County Donegal), Alexander Bradley (born about 1895, County Donegal), Roland Bradley (born about 1897, Derry City), Harold Bradley (born 13th May 1898, Derry City).
03/01/2021 Pte. Francis Henry Bradley Francis Henry Bradley was the son of William and Jane Bradley (nee Elkin).
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd Private Andrew Boyd is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in St Anne's Church Of Ireland in Dungannon.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd The 1911 census lists Andrew as living with his wife and children at house 15 in Union Place, Dungannon. Andrew was a painter.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd By the time of his death, Margaret and he had six children. The names of the other three children are not confirmed.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd Known family: Andrew Boyd, Margaret Boyd, Samuel Boyd (born 8th November 1906), Margaret Boyd (born 18th July 1909), Andrew Boyd (born 20th October 1910).
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd Andrew Boyd and Margaret Smith were married on 5th September 1905 in Belfast.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd Andrew was a member of Dungannon Total Abstinence L.O.L. No. 1229 and of the Dungannon Conservative Flute Band.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd The 1901 census lists Andrew as living with the family at house 29 in Ballysaggart, Derrygortrevy, Dungannon. He was 15 years old and was employed as a weaver in a factory. Andrew’s mother was a widow who worked as a reeler in a spinning mill.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd It seems Hugh Boyd died on 23rd May 1896 in the Dungannon area. Andrew would have been ten years old.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd Family: Hugh Boyd, Margaret Ann Boyd, Robert Henry Boyd (born 6th May 1881, Dungannon), Mary Minnie Boyd (born 27th May 1883, Banbridge), Andrew Boyd (born 5th August 1885, Banbridge), Margaret Boyd (born 27th May 1888, Banbridge), Hugh Boyd (born 20th November 1891, Dungannon).
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd Andrew Boyd was born on 5th August 1885 in Seapatrick, County Down. He was one of five children.
03/01/2021 Pte. Andrew Boyd Andrew Boyd was the son of Hugh and Margaret Ann Boyd. Hugh Boyd and Margaret Fowler were married on 25th December 1880 in the district of Banbridge.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers 02878
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers 02877
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers Rifleman James Bowers is also commemorated on Hilden War Memorial, near Lisburn.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers Rifleman James Bowers is commemorated on the ‘Men of Cleator and Trumpet Terrace’ in Cleator as John Bowers.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers At the time of his death, his wife and children were living at 14 Mill View, Tullynacross, Lambeg, Lisburn, County Down.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers Rifleman James Bowers was serving with the 6th Battalion of the Royal Irish Rifles when he injured at Gallipoli. Joseph died of his wounds on a hospital ship on 12th August 1915.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers James Bowers returned home and enlisted in Lisburn.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers Prior to enlisting, James was working as an iron ore miner in Cleator Moor. Cleator Moor lies west of the Lake District, south of Carlisle.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers The English 1911 census lists James living at house 11 in Prospect Row, Cleator.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers Known family 2: James Bowers, Mary Bowers, Sarah Jane Bowers, Mary Bowers, James Bowers.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers James Bowers married Mary Murphy. They had at least three children.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers Known family: John Bowers, Sarah Jane Bowers, James Bowers.
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers James Bowers was born in Caledon (or Lisburn).
03/01/2021 R/man James Bowers James Bowers was the son of John and Sarah Jane Bowers (nee Dickson).
02/01/2021 R/man James Bowers 02876
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen The CWGC record Private Enoch Bowen as the son of the late John Bowen, of Tamnamore, Moy, County Tyrone.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen Private Enoch Bowen is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen Private Bowen arrived in France on 5th October 1915.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen Enoch Bowen enlisted on 18th March 1914 at Portadown with the Royal Irish Fusiliers.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen By the 1911 census lists Enoch as age 14, living with the family at house 31 in Tamlaghtmore. Enoch’s mother seems also to have died. Eldest brother Adam was now the family head and the 14 year old scholar Enoch was still at home.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen The 1901 census lists Enoch as age 3, living with the family at house 23 in Tamlaghtmore, Drumaspil, County Tyrone. His mother was a widow and a farmer.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen It seems Enoch’s father, John Bowen, died on 18th November 1899, age 45. Enoch was two years old.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen Known family: John Bowen, Elizabeth Bowen, Adam Bowen (born 3rd October 1880), John Bowen (born 31st January 1883), Anna Norah Bowen (born 26th February 1886), Margaret Bowen (born 11th November 1887, died 20th July 1888), William Bowen (born 9th June 1889), James Bowen (born about 1990), Elizabeth Bowen (born 16th August 1891), Margaret Bowen (born 23rd April 1893), Thomas Herbert Bowen (born 29th January 1895), Enoch Bowen (born 25th November 1897).
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen Enoch Bowen was born on 25th November 1897. He was the youngest of at least ten children, all born in the Coalisland area.
02/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen Enoch Bowen was the youngest son of John and Elizabeth Bowen. John Bowen and Elizabeth Fowler were married on 11th February 1876 in the district of Dungannon.
01/01/2021 Pte. Enoch Bowen 02875
01/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Birney (Senior) Patrick Birney and Mary Connelly were married on 2nd September 1897 in the district of Cookstown.
01/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Birney (Senior) Private Patrick Birney arrived in the Balkans on 21st July 1915.
01/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Birney (Senior) Private Patrick Birney is buried in Weston Mill Cemetery in Plymouth, which suggests he was removed back to a hospital in England. He was 38 years old.
01/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Birney (Senior) 02874
01/01/2021 Pte. William Best Private Best arrived in France on 5th October 1915.
01/01/2021 Pte. William Best Private William Best is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in St Anne's Church Of Ireland in Dungannon.
01/01/2021 Pte. David Best 02873
01/01/2021 Pte. David Best The CWGC record Private David Best as the son of Andrew and Ann Best of 31 Taylor Street, Townhead, Glasgow.
01/01/2021 Pte. David Best Private David Best is buried in Reninghelst New Military Cemetery in Belgium. His inscription reads: PEACEFUL BE THY REST DEAR SON LOVED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM
01/01/2021 Pte. David Best David was born about 1897 in Dungannon, although no record can be found in GRONI.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett Captain William Henry David Bennett is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in Castlecaulfield Church of Ireland.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett The CWGC record Captain William Henry David Bennett as the husband of Ida Bennett of Ballywildrick, Macosquin, Coleraine, Ireland
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett William’s father became a Justice of the Peace in Castlecaulfield.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett The 1911 census lists William as a policeman lodging at barracks in Castlerock Town, Articlave, County Londonderry.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett The 1911 census does not list William Henry as living with the family at house 2 in Ennish, Clonaneese, County Tyrone. William’s father was a farmer and a Royal Irish Constabulary pensioner.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett William joined the Royal Irish Constabulary, and served for five years, stationed in Belfast and Londonderry.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett Around 1910 the family moved to Primrose Hill, Castlecaulfield,
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett The family cannot be located in the 1901 census, but it seems they were still living in County Monaghan, in the Ballinode area.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett Known family: William Samuel Bennett, Annie Bennett, William Henry David Bennett (born 3rd January 1890), Hugh John Bennett (born about 1892), Annie Eliza Bennett (born about 1895), Edith Bennett (born about 1898), Essie W Bennett (born about 1902).
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett William Bennett was born on 3rd January 1890 at Balinode, County Monaghan. He was one of at least five children, all born in County Monaghan.
01/01/2021 Capt William Henry David Bennett William Henry David Bennett was the son of William Samuel and Annie Bennett.
01/01/2021 Pte. Patrick Birney (Senior) Known family: Patrick Birney, Mary Birney, Patrick Birney (born 11th July 1898), Mary Kate Birney (born 29th May 1900), Eileen Elizabeth Birney (born 21st February 1902, Omagh?), Sarah Ann Birney (born about 1908).
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