Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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10/08/2020 Sgt. William James Marks MARKS – Previously reported missing, now killed in action on operational duty over enemy territory on 1st July 1940, Sergeant Flight Engineer W S Marks, Royal Air Force, eldest son of Mr W Marks, U.S.A., and Mrs Marks, the Lodge, Dungannon. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs W S McKnight, Ballydawley, Coagh. Also their son Billy McKnight, Royal Air Force. ‘He died that we might live.’
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10/08/2020 Sgt. William James Marks From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 10th February 1945:
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04/08/2020 Pte. Joseph Taggart Private Joseph Taggart is commemorated locally on the World War One Roll of Honour in Brantry Church of Ireland in County Tyrone.
04/08/2020 Pte. Joseph Taggart Private Joseph Taggart is buried at Ham British Cemetery in Muille-Villette in the Somme region of France.
04/08/2020 Pte. Joseph Taggart The date and location of his death suggests he died as the result of the German Spring Offensive, which started on 21st March 1918.
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