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31/03/2021 R/man Robert Anderson Robert Anderson was born in Drumglass, Dungannon about 1874.
31/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Their parents reside in Boston USA and formerly at 67 Ormeau Road, Belfast and their sister Mrs Richey at 20 Schomberg Street, Belfast. Her husband, Rifleman Walter Richey, Royal Irish Rifles, was taken prisoner on 21st March 1918 and is now demobilised.
27/03/2021 L/Corp James Gray Lance Corporal James Gray is NOT listed with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
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27/03/2021 L/Corp James Gray In memory of Richard Gray died 27th March 1891; John W Gray, killed in action 16th May 1915; Margaret E Gray, died 3rd November 1915; James Gray, died 24th February 1922; Also Annie Gray, mother of the above John and James, died 6th May 1937, aged 82; John William Gray, died 5th November 1937.
27/03/2021 L/Corp James Gray James Gray is buried in the family plot at Killyman St Andrew’s Church of Ireland Churchyard. The headstone reads:
27/03/2021 L/Corp James Gray Known family: John William Gray, Annie Gray, Elizabeth Gray (born 27th May 1882), Sarah Gray (born 20th December 1884), William Gray (born 1st April 1886), John Gray (born 1st June 1888), Richard Gray (born 12th November 1889, died 29th March 1890), Margaret Gray (born 11th May 1891), James Gray (born 20th April 1893), Lucy Gray (born 4th October 1894), Richard Gray (born 27th July 1899).
27/03/2021 L/Corp James Gray John Gray was born in Dungannon on 20th April 1893. He was one of at least nine children, all born in the Dungannon area.
27/03/2021 L/Corp James Gray James Gray was the son of John William Gray and Annie Gray. John Gray and Annie Ruddy were married on 27th July 1881 in the district of Dungannon.
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26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray Private Gray arrived in France on 23rd January 1915.
26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray He was called up on the reserve of the Irish Guards
26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray In memory of Richard Gray died 27th March 1891; John W Gray, killed in action 16th May 1915; Margaret E Gray, died 3rd November 1915; James Gray, died 24th February 1922; Also Annie Gray, mother of the above John and James, died 6th May 1937, aged 82; John William Gray, died 5th November 1937
26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray Private John Gray is also commemorated on the family headstone Killyman St Andrew’s Church of Ireland Churchyard. The headstone reads:
26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray Private John Gray is commemorated locally on both Dungannon War Memorial and also on Moy War Memorial.
26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray Known family: John William Gray, Annie Gray, Elizabeth Gray (born 27th May 1882), Sarah Gray (born 20th December 1884), William Gray (born 1st April 1886), John Gray (born 1st June 1888), Richard Gray (born 12th November 1889, died 29th March 1890), Margaret Gray (born 11th May 1891), James Gray (born 20th April 1893), Lucy Gray (born 4th October 1894), Richard Gray (born 27th July 1899).
26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray John Gray was born in Clonfeacle, County Tyrone on 1st June 1888. He was one of at least nine children, all born in the Dungannon area.
26/03/2021 Pte. John Gray John Gray was the son of John William Gray and Annie Gray. John Gray and Annie Ruddy were married on 27th July 1881 in the district of Dungannon.
26/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Private Robert Graham is listed on page 58 of the Ballygawley War Dead book, compiled by Drew Robinson.
26/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham A newspaper report from July 1916 records that a Private W Graham from Drumearn was injured, most likely at the Somme. It is not known if this is Robert.
26/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham From Aughnacloy the following are reported wounded – Private Robert Dickson, Glandava, and Private W Graham, Drumern.
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26/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham From the Tyrone Courier dated 20th July 1916: W Graham
26/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Private Robert Graham was serving with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he died on 29th March 1918.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Family: William Graham, Mary Graham, Sarah Graham (born 30th March 1888), Margaret Graham (born 14th August 1890), Robert William Graham (born 15th February 1893).
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham It is believed Robert’s full name was William Robert Graham (to be confirmed). He was born on 15th February 1893. He was the youngest of three children all born in the Aughnacloy area.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Robert Graham was the only son of William and Mary Graham. William Graham and Mary Briers were married on 11th November 1886 in the district of Dungannon.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Private Robert Graham arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 26th November 1915.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham The CWGC record Private Graham as the son of William and Mary Graham of Glendavagh, Aughnacloy, County Tyrone.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Private Robert Graham was initially buried in Ham Communal Cemetery German Extension, but the grave was lost, so he is now commemorated in Ham British Cemetery at Muille-Villett in France. His gravestone inscription reads: SAFE IN THE ARMS OF JESUS
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Neither are listed in the Red Cross Prisoner of War records, so it may be that they were only prisoners for a short time.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham Private Thomas Blenkhorn (50094), who was with the 19th Battalion of the King's (Liverpool Regiment), also died a prisoner and is listed also.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham The CWGC grave registration report records that Private Robert Graham died as a prisoner of war.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham To the memory of these two British soldiers, who died in 1918, and were buried at te time in Ham Communal Cemetery German Extension, but whose graves are now lost. Their glory shall not be blotted out.
25/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham 03005
24/03/2021 Pte. Robert Graham CWGC grave registration report: Special Memorial
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Known family: Thomas Gordon, Charlotte Gordon, Mary Gordon (born 17th January 1909), William Gordon (born 30th September 1911).
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon The 1911 census lists Thomas as age 26, living with his family at house 20 in Coyle Street, Belfast. Thomas was a labourer at the Corporation store warehouse.
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Thomas Gordon and Charlotte Lottie Hughes were married on 28th October 1906 in Belfast. Charlotte was born in Ramsgate, England. She already had a daughter, Winfred.
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Prior to enlisting, he was married and was working as a labourer and living at 1 Clara Court, Charlestown, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Thomas emigrated to the USA. It is not known if his family went with him.
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon The 1901 census shows the large family living at Cooke Street, Belfast. Thomas was 15 years old and was working as a messenger for a pinafore and apron manufacturer.
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Known family: James Gordon, Mary Sarah Gordon, Sarah M Gordon (born about 1882, Tyrone), William James Gordon (born 17th May 1884, Dungannon), Thomas Edward Gordon (born 27th August 1885, Dungannon), John Robert Gordon (born 30th March 1887, Lurgan), Joseph Samuel Gordon (born 18th July 1888, Lurgan), Henry A Gordon (born 29th May 1891, Lurgan), Mary Gordon (born 3rd October 1892, Lurgan), David Gordon (born 19th August 1895, Belfast), Fred Gordon (born 1st July 1897, Belfast), Annie Gordon (born 17th October 1899, Belfast)
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon By 1887, the family were living in Lurgan. By 1895, they were living in Belfast.
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Thomas Edward Gordon was born on 27th August 1885 in Dungannon. He was one of at least ten children.
24/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Edward Gordon Thomas Edward Gordon was the son of James and Mary Sarah Gordon (nee Crawford). There is no obvious GRONI marriage record and Mary was born in County Cavan, so they may have been married there.
23/03/2021 Pte. James Goan Private James Goan is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
23/03/2021 Pte. James Goan In November 2020, the name of Private James Goan was added to Castlederg War Memorial.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey The CWGC record Private Robert John Glassey as the brother of William Glassey of Pahiatua.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Private Robert John Glassey is commemorated on Ashburton WWI War Memorial in Canterbury, New Zealand.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Private Robert John Glassey has no known grave and is commemorated on the Chunuk Bair (New Zealand) Memorial at Gallipoli in Turkey.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Robert lists his brother and sister as his next of kin.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Private Glassey’ plaque and scroll went to his eldest brother, William, who was by then living in Pahiatua on the North Island.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Robert Glassey enlisted in Opotiki with the Otago Regiment, of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force (N.Z.E.F.) on 2nd November 1914 (CHECK)
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Prior to enlisting, Robert was a labourer, working a Fred Orchard. He was living in Opotiki on the north coast of the North Island of New Zealand.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey They went on to settle in Ruapuna, on the South Island of New Zealand. Ruapuna was a farming locality on the Canterbury Plains, 37 kilometres west of Ashburton.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey The family emigrated to New Zealand in 1901. New Zealand Passenger Lists record the family as arriving Wellington between October and December 1901 on the SS Papanui.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Known family: Robert Burns Glassey, Susan Glassey, William Glassey (born 24th June 1886), James Glassey (born 14th November 1887), Thomas Glassey (born 27th August 1889), Mary Dorcas Glassey (born 10th August 1891), Sarah Jane Glassey (born 17th February 1893), Robert John Glassey (born 1st May 1895), Joseph Alexander Glassey (born 17th January 1897), Andrew Glassey (born 17th April 1899), George Glassey (born 4th July 1901).
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey The 1901 census records Robert John as 6 years old. His father was a farmer. The family lived in Clare More, Cecil, Tyrone.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Robert Glassey was born on 1st May 1895 in Claremore, Clogher, County Tyrone.
23/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey Robert John Glassey was the son of Robert Burns and Susan Glassey. Robert Burns Glassey and Susan Boyd were married on 1st September 1885 in Glenhoy, County Tyrone.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn Private William D Glenn is buried in Cuinchy Communal Cemetery, 10 kilometres east of Bethune in France.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn Private William Glenn is listed on page 12 of the Ballygawley War Dead book, compiled by Drew Robinson.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn Private William Glenn arrived in France with the Irish Guards on 5th January 1915.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn William Glenn returned to Ireland to enlist in Omagh.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn William is listed on the Canadian Virtual War Memorial. It is possible William Glenn emigrated to Canada before the war. The alternative would be that he was born in Canada, as no GRONI record can be found.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn William is not listed as living with his parents in the 1911 census.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn The 1901 census records William David as a 12 year old scholar. James Glenn was a farmer. The family lived in Drumcullion, Favor Royal, County Tyrone.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn Known family: James Glenn, Rebecca Glenn, Unknown sister (born 3rd March 1881), Eliza Glenn (born 10th October 1882), Margaret Glenn (born 18th December 1885), James Glenn (born 20th July 1887), William David Glenn (born about 1890).
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn William was born in Ballygawley about 1889.
22/03/2021 Pte. William David Glenn William David Glenn was the son of James and Rebecca Glenn. James Glenn and Rebecca McCoy were married on 21st July 1880 in the district of Dungannon.
21/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey 03004
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21/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey 03002
21/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey 03001
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21/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey 02999
21/03/2021 Pte. Robert John Glassey 02998
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass 02997
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass Private Glass’s mother, who was still living in Clogher, received his medals and scroll.
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21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass 02993
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass 02992
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass 02991
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass 02990
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21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass 02995
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21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass Private William Glass is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial and on the WWI tablet in St Macartan's Cathedral in Clogher.
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass Private Glass had many disciplinary problems. Most of them seemed to have been alcohol related.
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass William was diagnosed with bronchitis in November and pleurisy and pneumonia in January 1915. Various illnesses affected him through 1915.
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass Hugh Glass died on 29th April 1908 in Clogher. He was 65 years old.
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass Known family: Hugh Glass, Elizabeth Glass, Anna Glass (born 30th May 1874), George Glass (born 2nd January 1875), Hugh Glass (born 31st October 1877), John Glass (born 1st January 1880, died 18th March 1896, age 16), Fanny Glass (born 11th January 1881), James Glass (born 29th May 1883, died 16th July 1905, age 22), William Patrick Glass (born 5th July 1885), Adam Glass (born 13th November 1887, died 18th November 1887), Thomas Patrick Glass (born 16th January 1889, died 13th June 1889).
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass William Glass was born on 5th July 1885. He was the youngest surviving of nine children, all born in the Clogher area. Two younger children died as infants.
21/03/2021 Pte. William Patrick Glass William Patrick Glass was the son of Hugh and Elizabeth Glass. Hugh Glass and Elizabeth Collins were married on 31st July 1873 in the district of Dungannon.
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan 02985
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20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mervyn Ross Givan, Neche, was born in County Tyrone, Ireland on 35th December 1886, and was the son of Sir John Givan of County Tyrone and resided in Ireland until after the death of his father. Mr Givan came to North Dakota in 1911 and was for two years connected with the Neche Chronotype. He was married to Miss Mildred Lewis in January 1914. After leaving Neche, Mr Givan and his wife lived in Detroit, Michigan, where he engaged in the real estate business. Shortly after the outbreak of the Great War, Mr Givan enlisted with the Fort Garry Horse at Winnipeg. He later transferred to the Strathcona Horse where he served until he was killed in active service in Belgium on 25th May 1915. Mr Givan was perhaps the first North Dakotan to offer his services in the cause of the Allies.
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20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan From the book ‘Pembina County in the World War’, page 88:
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Private Givan’s medals went to Mrs Mildred Givan, whose address was given as Box 45, Neche, North Dakota, USA.
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan On 4th May 1915, Private Mervyn Givan embarked for France.
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mr Givan was briefly with the Fort Garry Horse before transferring to the Strathcona Horse.
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Prior to enlisting, Mervyn worked as a printer.
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan After leaving Neche, Mr Givan and his wife lived in Detroit, Michigan, where he engaged in the real estate business.
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan He was married to Miss Mildred Lewis in January 1914.
20/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mr Givan came to Pembina County in North Dakota in 1911 and was for two years connected with the Neche Chronotype, a weekly newspaper. He was probably a printer.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Private Mervyn Ross Givan, Neche, N.D., U.S.A.
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19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan From the Ottawa Citizen dated 9th June 1915 (page 7): Lord Strathcona's Horse - Killed
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Private Mervyn Ross Givan is listed on page 14 of the Ballygawley War Dead book, compiled by Drew Robinson.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mervyn Givan emigrated to Canada after the death of his father.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mervyn’s father, John Givan, died on 2nd January 1895 at Martray Manor near Ballygawley.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Family: John Givan, Araminta Reid Ross, Elizabeth Maud Givan (born 19th May 1879), Araminta Effa Jane Givan (born 3rd May 1883), John Vernon Harcourt Givan (born 20th January 1884), Edward Littan Givan (born 21st August 1885), Mervyn Ross Givan (born 25th December 1887).
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mervyn Givan was born in Ballygawley on 25th December 1887. He was the youngest of five children. The family lived at Martray Manor.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan John Givan was the son of John Givan of Castlecaulfield. His father was a prominent linen manufacturer. John Givan became a solicitor in 1870. He was J.P. for Aughnacloy and chairman of the Aughnacloy town commissioners. In 1880 John Givan was elected as one of the two Members of Parliament (MPs) for Monaghan. He held the seat until 1883, when he resigned to take up an appointment as Crown Solicitor for the County Meath and County Louth and for the town of Drogheda.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mervyn Ross Givan was the youngest son of the John Givan and Araminta Reid Givan. John Givan and Araminta Reid Ross were married on 14th August 1878 in Liscarney, County Monaghan.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Private Mervyn Ross Givan was serving with Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) when he was killed in action in France on 24th May 1915. He was killed on the morning of the 25th, whilst taking part with his troop in an attack on Festubert. He was 27 years old.
19/03/2021 Pte. Mervyn Ross Givan Mervyn Givan was 25 years old when he enlisted in Valcartier, Quebec, Canada on the 24th September 1914. Mr Givan was perhaps the first North Dakotan to offer his services in the cause of the Allies.
17/03/2021 Pte. David Glass Private David Glass is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in St Anne's Church Of Ireland in Dungannon.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Private Frederick James Gibson is NOT listed in the Fermanagh War Memorial Book of Honour
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson The CWGC record Private Frederick James Gibson as the son of William and Martha Gibson of Main Street, Caledon, County Tyrone.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Private Frederick James Gibson is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Private Frederick James Gibson has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial at the Somme in France.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Frederick Gibson enlisted in Caledon.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Private Frederick Gibson arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Family: William Gibson, Martha Gibson, Annie Gibson 20 Gibson (born about 1891, County Monaghan), John Gibson 18 (born about 1893, County Monaghan), William Gibson 17 (born about 1894, County Louth), Frederick James Gibson (born 24th June 1895, Enniskillen), Henry Abner Gibson (born 16th February 1898, Enniskillen), Richard Gibson (born 15th July 1902, Enniskillen).
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson The 1901 census records 5 year old Fred James Gibson living with family.at Srahenny, Ballycassidy in County Fermanagh. Fred’s father William was a coachman.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Frederick James Gibson was born on 24th June 1895 in the Enniskillen area in County Fermanagh. He was one of six children.
16/03/2021 Pte. Frederick James Gibson Frederick James Gibson was the son of William and Martha Gibson. Fred Gibson and Martha Gibson (maiden name Gibson) were married about 1890, probably in County Monaghan, where they both hailed from, and where their first child was born.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley The CWGC record Private A Gawley as the son of Andrew Gawley of Cappy, Tynan, County Armagh.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley Andrew Gawley is also commemorated on the WWI Roll of Honour in Minterburn Presbyterian Church as Private A Galway. It is not known if this is an actual physical memorial.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley Private Andrew Gawley is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley Private Andrew Gawley is buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension in the Somme region of France.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley In his will, Andrew left all to his father, Andrew Gawley, who was living at Tannaghlane, Caledon.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley Family: Andrew Gawley, Lizzie Gawley, Mary Minnie Gawley (born 12th May 1886), James Gawley (born 24th December 1887), Andrew Gawley (born 15th January 1890), John Gawley (born 5th December 1891), Robert Gawley (born 3rd January 1894) , Margaret Anne Gawley (born 20th June 1896), Martha Jane Gawley (born 10th June 1899), David Gawley (born 18th July 1902), Joseph Gawley (18th October 1904).
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley Andrew Gawley was born on 15th January 1890. He was the third of nine children, all born in the Caledon area.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley Andrew Gawley was the second son of Andrew and Lizzie Gawley. Andrew Gawley and Lizzie Hackett were married about 1886, although no record can be found on GRONI.
16/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley Private Andrew Gawley was serving with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Fusiliers when he was died of wounds on 13th April 1917.
15/03/2021 L/Corp Thomas Gault Lance Corporal Thomas Gault is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial and on the WWI tablet in St Macartan's Cathedral in Clogher.
15/03/2021 L/Corp Thomas Gault Private Thomas Gault arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
15/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates The CWGC record Private Thomas Gates as the son of John and Rebecca Gates of 19 Brook Street, Dungannon, Ireland.
15/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates Private Thomas Gates is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in St Anne's Church Of Ireland in Dungannon.
15/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates Private Thomas Gates is buried at Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery Extension, north-east of Ypres in Belgium.
15/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates Known family: John Gates, Rebecca Gates, William John Gates (born 24th July 1882), Samuel Gates (1st December 1883), Rebecca Gates (born about 1890), Matthew Gates (born about 1892), Thomas Gates (born 24th October 1893), Robert Gates (born 10th November 1895), James Gates (born 27th December 1897), Margaret Gates (born 1st May 1900), David Gates (born 28th November 1901), Alexander Gates (born 17th January 1905).
15/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates Thomas Gates was born on 24th October 1893 at Derrymeen, Coalisland. He was one of at least twelve children, nine surviving, all born in the Coalisland area.
15/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates Thomas Gates was a son of John and Rebecca Gates. John Gates and Rebecca Williamson were married on 5th May 1882 in the district of Dungannon.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland Patrick Gartland is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland Driver Gartland arrived in France with the Royal Field Artillery on 28th August 1915.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland Patrick enlisted in Dungannon in October or November 1914.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland Patrick was a Coalisland Fianna Gaelic football player. He enlisted with team colleagues Tommy Bradley and John Pat Daly.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland The 1911 census lists Patrick as age 14, living with the family at house 18 in Brackaville, Coalisland. Patrick’s father had become a postman. Patrick was a 14 year old linen weaver.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland Known family: Michael Gartland, Mary Gartland, Roseanna Gartland (born 27th March 1895), Patrick Gartland (born 8th July 1896), John Gartland (born 16th December 1897, did30th January 1898), Mary Elizabeth Gartland (born 7th February 1899), Joseph Gartland (born 17th February 1901), Bridget Gartland (born 26th October 1902), Michael Gartland (born 20th July 1905, died 20th July 1905), Gerard Gartland (born 22nd June 1906), Margaret Gartland (born about 1910).
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland The 1901 census lists Patrick as age 4, living with the family at house 31 in Annagher, Coalisland. Patrick’s father Michael was a labourer.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland Patrick was born on 8th July 1896. He was the second of nine children, seven survivng, all born in Coalisland.
14/03/2021 Driver Patrick Gartland Patrick Gartland was the eldest son of Michael and Mary Gartland. Michael Gartland and Mary Quinn were married on 3rd July 1894 in the district of Cookstown.
14/03/2021 Pte. John (ww1) Galway At this point there is no details of this man.
14/03/2021 Pte. John (ww1) Galway The Tyrone Courier from the time describes him as Private John Galway.
14/03/2021 Pte. John (ww1) Galway There is a Private J Galway on the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers panel on Dungannon War Memorial.
14/03/2021 Corp Robert Gallery Robert’s brother, Richard Gallery, who was also a Corporal in the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, survived the war.
14/03/2021 Corp Robert Gallery Lance Corporal Robert Gallery arrived in France on 5th October 1915 with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
14/03/2021 Corp Robert Gallery Known family: Thomas Gallery, Caroline Gallery, David Ritchie Gallery (born 23rd January 1891), Robert Thomas Gallery (born 3rd February 1892), Helena Gallery (born 1st March 1894, died 2nd December 1895, age 1), Sydney James Gallery (born 5th May 1896), William Joseph Gallery (born 24th September 1898), Laura Gallery (born 24th July 1901).
14/03/2021 Corp Robert Gallery Robert Gallery was born on 3rd February 1892. He was the second of six children, all born in the Dungannon area.
13/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gallagher Possible family: Thomas Gallagher, Jane Gallagher, Thomas Gallagher (born about 1898), Adelaide Gallagher (sister born about 1902), Sydney Gallagher (brother born about 1905)
13/03/2021 Corp Robert Gallery Robert Thomas Gallery was the second son of Thomas and Caroline Gallery. Thomas Gallery and Caroline Thornbury were married on 14th August 1889 in the district of Dungannon.
13/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle Known family: William George Frizelle, Mary Janie Frizelle, Florrie Anna Frizelle (born 21st December 1881, Dungannon), Thomas Frizelle (born 21st April 1883, Dungannon), Harriett Frizelle (born 24th October 1884, Dungannon), Edith Margaret Frizelle (born 17th August 1886, Dungannon), George William Frizelle (born 28th March 1890, Armagh), Fredrick Frizelle (born 1st November 1891, Armagh), Edwin Samuel Frizelle (born 26th January 1894, Dungannon).
13/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle Edwin Samuel Frizelle was the youngest son of William George and Janie Frizelle. William Frizelle and Mary Broomfield were married on 17th September 1880 in th district of Armagh.
12/03/2021 Pte. Andrew Gawley 02981
12/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates 02980
12/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gates 02979
12/03/2021 Pte. John (ww1) Galway 02978
12/03/2021 Pte. John (ww1) Galway 02977
12/03/2021 Pte. William Gallagher 02976
12/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gallagher The 1911 census records Thomas as age 13, living with uncle and aunt at house 9 in Derrycreevy (Knox), Killyman. He was still at school.
12/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gallagher Private Thomas Gallagher is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in St Anne's Church Of Ireland in Dungannon.
12/03/2021 Pte. Thomas Gallagher Private Thomas Gallagher arrived in the Balkans with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 11th July 1915.
12/03/2021 L/Corp John Marshall Fulton 02975
12/03/2021 L/Corp John Marshall Fulton Lance Corporal John M Fulton is also commemorated on the Belfast and County Down Railway Great War Memorial in Belfast Central Station.
12/03/2021 L/Corp John Marshall Fulton The 1911 census lists John as age 20, living with the family at house 147 in Hyndford Street, Pottinger, Belfast. John was a railway porter. His father was a labourer in the shipyard.
12/03/2021 L/Corp John Marshall Fulton His father remarried. Joseph Fulton and Sarah Boyd were married on 11th January 1903 in Belfast.
12/03/2021 L/Corp John Marshall Fulton Private John Fulton arrived in France with the Royal Irish Rifles on 5th October 1915.
12/03/2021 L/Corp John Marshall Fulton 02974
12/03/2021 Pte. Joseph Frizzell 02973
12/03/2021 Pte. Joseph Frizzell Private Joseph Frizzell is buried in Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt. Rocquigny lies south of Bapaume, in the Somme region in France.
12/03/2021 Pte. Joseph Frizzell Private Frizzell left no will, so witnesses confirmed all was to be left to his brother.
12/03/2021 Pte. Joseph Frizzell Private Joseph Frizzell arrived in the Balkans on 15th May 1915, presumably with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
12/03/2021 Pte. Joseph Frizzell Private Joseph Frizzell was serving with the 87th Company of the Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) when he was injured in Flanders.
12/03/2021 Pte. Joseph Frizzell Joseph Frizzell was formerly with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, having the service number 4599.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle Second Lieutenant Frizelle, of the 5th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers (T), is reported killed. The deceased was not a local man, although an officer in the Bury Battalion. He came from Belfast, where his father is largely interested in the linen industry. He was being educated for the medical profession, but left his studies and joined the forces. He joined the 5th Battalion while they were at Turton, but was too lated to go out with the 1st/5th to Egypt. He accompanied the 2nd/5th to Southport, and later, when more officers were required, he was transferred from one battalion to the other, and proceeded to the Dardanelles. He was about 21 years of age.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle 02972
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle From an unknown Bury newspaper:
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle The CWGC record Second Lieutenant Edwin Samuel Frizelle as the son of William George and Janie Frizelle of Knutsford House, Cliftonville, Belfast. He is also recorded as being a native of Dungannon, County Tyrone.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle Second Lieutenant Edwin S Frizelle is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle Second Lieutenant Edwin S Frizelle is buried in Lancashire Landing Cemetery at Gallipoli in Turkey. His grave inscription reads: THIS IS THE RECORD THAT GOD HATH GIVEN TO US ETERNAL LIFE - IN HIS SON
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle Edwin joined the 5th Battalion while they were at Turton, but was too late to go out with the 1st/5th to Egypt. He accompanied the 2nd/5th to Southport, and later, when more officers were required, he was transferred from one battalion to the other, and proceeded to the Dardanelles.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle He had a most distinguished career in the Queen's University, having been a scholar and exhibitioner right through his Arts course. He achieved a BA in 1913 and an MA in 1914.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle The 1911 census lists Edwin as age 17, a student at Queens University, living with the family at house 26 in Alliance Avenue, Clifton, Belfast. Edwin’s father was a linen factory manager.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle The 1901 census lists Edwin as age 7, living with the family at house 165 in Old Park Road, Clifton, Belfast. Edwin’s mother had died and his father had just remarried (about 1901). Edwin now had a 21 year old step mother. Edwin’s father was a linen factory manager.
11/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle Edwin Frizelle was born in Dungannon on 26th January 1894. He was the youngest of at least seven children.
10/03/2021 2nd Lt Edwin Samuel Frizelle 02971
10/03/2021 Pte. George Freeman 02970
10/03/2021 Pte. George Freeman Private George Freeman has no known grave and is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial.
10/03/2021 Pte. George Freeman Private George Freeman was serving with the 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers when he was killed in action on Tuesday 26th March 1918.
10/03/2021 Pte. George Freeman George Freeman was born in Drumcondra, Dublin.
10/03/2021 Pte. George Freeman This is the closest match that can be found. However, absolutely no link between this man and Dungannon can be found.
10/03/2021 Pte. George Freeman There is a Trooper George Freeman of the Irish Lancers listed on Dungannon War Memorial. It is the final name on the additional names panel.
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster The CWGC record Private Foster as the husband of Maggie Foster of Ballymagowan, Clogher, County Tyrone.
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster Private Samuel Foster is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial and on the WWI tablet in St Macartan's Cathedral in Clogher.
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster Private Samuel Foster was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he died of wounds at Boulogne on 3rd April 1915.
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster Private Samuel Foster arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 27th September 1914.
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster Possible family: Samuel Foster, Margaret Foster, Georgina Lena Foster (born 14th January 1903), Emily Foster (born 23rd February 1905), Samuel Foster (born 22nd March 1908), Martha Foster (born 20th October 1911), Sarah Foster (born 14th August 1913).
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster Samuel Foster and Margaret Armstrong were married on 6th June 1901 in the district of Dungannon.
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster The 1901 census possibly lists Samuel as age 20, a servant at house 3 in Prolusk, Aghintain, north west of Clogher.
10/03/2021 Pte. Samuel Foster Samuel Foster was born Slatmore, Clogher, possibly about 1881.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke 02968
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke 02969
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Captain Samuel Fluke is commemorated locally on the WWI Roll of Honour Memorial in Aughnacloy Presbyterian Church.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Captain Samuel Fluke has no known grave and is commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial near Ypres in Belgium.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Temporary Lieutenant Samuel Fluke was posthumously Mentioned in Despatches on 14th December 1917 (tbc?).
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Captain Samuel Fluke was serving with the 11th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he was killed in action on Thursday 16th August 1917.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Company Sergeant Major Samuel Fluke arrived with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers in France on 5th October 1915.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Samuel was married and had at least one child, a daughter called Jane E D Fluke. We know this from a report from 1918 regarding entry to the Masonic Female Orphans School in Ballsbridge, Dublin, referring to a Jane E D Fluke, daughter of the late Bro. Samuel Fluke, Captain Royal Irish Rifles, Lodge 90, Cavan.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke The 1911 census lists Samuel as age 36 living at house 16.2 in Railway Road, Cavan Urban, Cavan. His occupation is given as ‘Cr Sergt 4/Roy Irish Fusiliers’. Interestingly, he is recorded as being married.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke On 8th March 1901, from Lord Kitchener's despatch during the Boer War, the promotions of NCO's and men are listed. One of those mentioned was a Lance Corporal S Fluke of the Royal Irish Fusiliers, who was promoted Sergeant.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Samuel Fluke enlisted on 30th November 1893 in Armagh. He was 19 years old. He was born in Cavanteel, Aughnacloy.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Prior to enlisting, Samuel was a labourer.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Samuel Fluke was a member of L.O.L. 90, in County Cavan.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Known family: Thomas Fluke (born 26th December 1864), Robert Fluke (born 10th January 1867), William Fluke (born 10th April 1869), Jane Fluke (born 12th June 1871), Samuel Fluke (born 17th September 1874), John Fluke (born 2nd May 1877), Joseph Fluke (born 18th January 1880), David Fluke (born 16th February 1883).
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke Samuel Fluke was born on 17th September 1874. His parents are unknown at this time. He was one of at least eight children.
08/03/2021 Capt Samuel Fluke From his enlistment papers, Samuel was born in Aughnacloy and enlisted at the age of 19 in November 1893. From this the following pre-enlistment details have been extracted.
08/03/2021 Capt Robert Samuel Flood M.C. Robert’s brother, Private Samuel B Flood, served with the 5th Battalion of the King's Royal Rifles. Another brother, Lieutenant William J Flood, served with the 108th Battalion of the Tunnelling Mounted Brigade. Both survived the war.
08/03/2021 Capt Robert Samuel Flood M.C. The 1911 census records the family at house 22 in Drumnagran, Tullyvin, County Cavan.
08/03/2021 Capt Robert Samuel Flood M.C. Robert was born about 1891 in Ashfield, Cootehill. County Cavan. All the family were born in County Cavan.
08/03/2021 Capt Robert Samuel Flood M.C. Robert Samuel Flood was the son of Robert James and Maria Flood (nee Bailey).
07/03/2021 Corp James Alfred Fleming James Fleming arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 23rd August 1914. His medal card records that he was promoted sergeant and corporal.
07/03/2021 Corp James Alfred Fleming Corporal James Fleming is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming Private William Fleming is listed on page 27 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming The CWGC record Private Fleming as the son of Mrs Margret Fleming of Tulnavert, Clogher, County Tyrone.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming Private William Fleming is commemorated locally on both Clogher War Memorial and on Fivemiletown War Memorial. Private William Fleming is also commemorated on Timpany L.O.L. No. 889 Roll of Honour.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming Private Fleming is buried in Connaught Cemetery at Thiepval. His inscription reads: ASLEEP IN JESUS BLESSED SLEEP FROM WHICH NONE EVER WAKE TO WEEP
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming Private William arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming William was a member of Timpany L.O.L. No. 889.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming The 1911 census possibly lists William as age 16, living with the family at house 5 in Knocknacarney, Aghintain, County Tyrone. Knocknacarney lies west of Clogher. Willie was a farm servant.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming The 1901 census possibly lists William as age 7, living with the family at house 56 in Main Street, Augher, County Tyrone. His mother was a general servant.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming William was born about 1894 in Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.
07/03/2021 Pte. William Fleming William Fleming was the son of Margaret Fleming.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick In his will, he left all to his mother, who was living at Donaghmore Road, Dungannon.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick The CWGC record Private Francis Fitzpatrick as the son of Hugh and Alice Fitzpatrick of Donaghmore Road, Dungannon, County Tyrone.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick Private Francis Fitzpatrick is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick Private Francis Fitzpatrick arrived in France with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers on 2nd May 1915.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick Francis enlisted in Dungannon.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick By 1911 the family had moved to Anne Street, Dungannon. Francis was now 19 and working as a machine hand in a mill. His father was a labourer.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick The 1901 census records Francis as age 8, living with the family at Savings Bank, Dungannon. His father was a ‘hall keeper’.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick Family: Hugh Fitzpatrick, Alice Fitzpatrick, James Fitzpatrick (born 16th June 1891), Francis Fitzpatrick (born 29th June 1892), Nora Fitzpatrick (born 22nd June 1893), Hugh Fitzpatrick (born 2nd August 1894), Bernard Fitzpatrick (born 18th September 1895), Joseph Fitzpatrick (born 12th October 1896, died 7th December 1896), Mary Fitzpatrick (born 21st December 1897), Cathleen Fitzpatrick (born 17th January 1900), Alice Fitzpatrick (born 5th February 1901), Edward Fitzpatrick (born 11th September 1902, died 7th November 1902).
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick Francis Fitzpatrick was born 29th June 1892. He was the second of ten children, eight surviving, all born in Dungannon.
03/03/2021 Pte. Francis Fitzpatrick Francis Fitzpatrick was the second son of Hugh and Alice Fitzpatrick. Hugh Fitzpatrick and Alice Corr were married on 14th August 1890 in Belfast.
03/03/2021 Pte. Bernard Fitzpatrick Private Bernard Fitzpatrick has no known grave and is commemorated on Helles Memorial at Gallipoli in Turkey.
03/03/2021 Pte. Bernard Fitzpatrick Private Bernard Fitzpatrick arrived with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers in the Balkans on 25th May 1915.
03/03/2021 Pte. Bernard Fitzpatrick The 1911 census lists Bernard as age 16, living with the family at house 44 in Anne Street, Dungannon. He was a machine hand. His father was a labourer.
03/03/2021 Pte. Bernard Fitzpatrick The 1901 census records Bernard as age 5, living with the family at Savings Bank, Dungannon. His father was a ‘hall keeper’.
03/03/2021 Pte. Bernard Fitzpatrick Family: Hugh Fitzpatrick, Alice Fitzpatrick, James Fitzpatrick (born 16th June 1891), Francis Fitzpatrick (born 29th June 1892), Nora Fitzpatrick (born 22nd June 1893), Hugh Fitzpatrick (born 2nd August 1894), Bernard Fitzpatrick (born 18th September 1895), Joseph Fitzpatrick (born 12th October 1896, died 7th December 1896), Mary Fitzpatrick (born 21st December 1897), Cathleen Fitzpatrick (born 17th January 1900), Alice Fitzpatrick (born 5th February 1901), Edward Fitzpatrick (born 11th September 1902, died 7th November 1902).
03/03/2021 Pte. Bernard Fitzpatrick Bernard Fitzpatrick was born on 18th September 1895. He was one of ten children, eight surviving, all born in Dungannon.
03/03/2021 Pte. Bernard Fitzpatrick Bernard Fitzpatrick was the son of Hugh and Alice Fitzpatrick. Hugh Fitzpatrick and Alice Corr were married on 14th August 1890 in Belfast.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan John Finnegan arrived in France with the Leinster Regiment on 17th December 1915.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan 02967
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan In the event of my death, I give the whole of my property and effects to my wife, Annie Finnigan, Caledon, County Tyrone, Ireland. Signed 1286 Lance Corporal J Finnigan, A Company, 7th Leinsters.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan 02966
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan Last Will and Testament of Lance Corporal John Finnigan dated 18th December 1915:
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan The CWGC records Lance Corporal John Finnigan as the son of Patrick and Lizzie Finnigan. He is also recorded as the husband of Annie Finnigan of Church Street, Caledon, County Tyrone. He was born at Caledon.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan Lance Corporal John Finnigan is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan Lance Corporal John Finnigan is buried in St Patrick’s Cemetery in Loos, France.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan In his will, John left all to his wife Annie, who was living in Church Street, Caledon.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan Lance Corporal John Finnigan was serving with the 7th Battalion of the Leinster Regiment when he was killed in action on 27th June 1916 in France.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan Family: John Finnigan, Annie Finnigan, Patrick Finnigan (born 30th May 1913), John Finnigan (born 2nd May 1916).
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan John Finnigan and Annie Walsh were married on 8th August 1912 in the district of Dungannon. They went on to have at least two children.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan The 1911 census possibly lists John as age 21, a servant living with the McGee family at house 3 in Glenarb, Caledon.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan The 1901 census lists John as age 12, living with the family at house 8 in Foyar, Glenaul, County Armagh. John was still at school. His father was a labourer. Foyar lies east of Caledon.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan Known family: Patrick Finnigan, Lizzie Finnigan, John Finnigan (born about 1888, James Finnigan (born 20th December 1889), Patrick Finnigan (born 1st January 1896), Peter Finnigan (born 20th January 1901).
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan John Finnigan was born about 1888. He was the oldest of four known children, all born in the Caledon area.
02/03/2021 L/Corp John Finnigan John Finnigan was the son of Patrick and Lizzie Finnigan. Patrick Finnigan and Elizabeth McCreesh were married on 20th July 1887 in the district of Armagh.
02/03/2021 Pte. Robert Farr Private Robert Farr is commemorated locally on the WWI plaque in Newmills Parish Church and on Dungannon War Memorial.
02/03/2021 Pte. Robert Farr The CWGC record Private Robert Farr as the son of Robert and Anna Farr. He is also recorded as the husband of Nellie Farr of Tullyniskane, Coalisland, County Tyrone.
02/03/2021 Pte. Robert Farr Robert Farr was the oldest son of Robert and Annie Farr. Robert Farr and Annie Forde were married on 4th June 1897 in the district of Dungannon.
02/03/2021 Pte. George Farr Private George Farr arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
02/03/2021 Pte. George Farr Private George Farr is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial, his inscription beside that of his brother.
02/03/2021 Pte. George Farr George Forde was born in Drumglass on 28th February 1893. He was one of at least eight children.
02/03/2021 Pte. Robert Farr Robert Forde was born in Drumglass on 19th April 1885. He was the eldest of eight children.
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