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12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly Late Chief Engineer at the Hudsonís Bay Store in Calgary, who died of spinal meningitis at the Royal Navy hospital, Chatham, England.
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12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly From the Calgary Herald dated 23rd June 1915: Artificer James Donnelly
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly Engine Room Artificer (4th Class) James Donnelly was serving with HMS Pembroke, with the Royal Navy when he died of cerebro-spinal meningitis on 19th May 1915 in the Royal Navy Hospital at Chatham, England.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly Whilst serving, Engine Room Artificer James Donnelly contracted spinal meningitis.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly On a visit home to Tyrone in December 1914, James Donnelly enlisted as an Engine Room Artificer with the Navy. He was sent to one of the battleships of the fleet in the Irish Sea.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly James Donnelly went on to become the chief engineer of the Hudson`s Bay Store in Calgary, Alberta.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly James was employed in the engineering business in the Crowsnestpass district, south of Calgary.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly Word has been received in Calgary that James Donnelly, who was well-known and popular in local engineering circles, has died at the Royal Navy Hospital at Chatham, England. He was chief engineer at the Hudsonís Bay store in Calgary for some considerable time. While on a visit to his old home in County Tyrone, Ireland, last December, he became so enthusiastic over the efforts that were being made for recruits, that he offered his services as Engine Room Artificer and was sent to one of the battleships of the fleet in the Irish Sea. News was received in Calgary yesterday that he was seized with spinal meningitis and although everything was done for him at Chatham, he succumbed to this complaint. The deceased was also well-known in the Crows Nest Pass district, where he had been employed in the engineering business.
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12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly From an unknown Canadian newspaper in May 1915(?): James Donnelly Dies in English Hospital Ė a Former Well-known Local Man Succumbs to Spinal Meningitis.
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12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly The CWGC record Engine Room Artificer (4th Class) James Donnelly as the son of Owen and Mary Donnelly, of Altaglushan, Cappagh, Pomeroy, County Tyrone.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly Engine Room Artificer (4th Class) James Donnelly is buried in Woodlands Cemetery in Gillingham in Kent.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly James emigrated to Canada.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly The 1911 census does not list James as living with the family at house 27 in Altaglushan, Clonavaddy, Pomeroy.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly The 1901 census lists James as age 13, living with the family at house 17 in Altaglushan, Clonavaddy, County Tyrone. He was still at school. His father was a farmer.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly Known family: Owen Donnelly, Mary Donnelly. James Donnelly (born 25 July 1887), Patrick Donnelly (born about 1892, USA)
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly Naval records suggest James Donnelly was born on 25th July 1887 in Alverton, Westmoreland, England. The 1911 census records that both he and his brother were born in America.
12/11/2019 Artificer 4 James Donnelly James Donnelly was the son of Owen and Mary Donnelly. James was one of three children, two surviving.
02/11/2019 Capt Vincent Andrews Acheson Family: David Acheson, Sarah Acheson, Frederick W W Acheson (born 3rd June 1874), Amy Acheson (born 7th February 1876), Francis D Acheson (born 22nd September 1879), Malcolm King Acheson (born 17th August 1882), Vincent Andrews Acheson (born 13th December 1887).
02/11/2019 Capt Vincent Andrews Acheson Vincent Andrews Acheson was born on 13th December 1887. He was the youngest of five children, all born in the Castlecaulfield area.
02/11/2019 Capt Vincent Andrews Acheson Vincent was the youngest son of David and Sarah Acheson. David Acheson and Sarah Walker were married on 20th November 1872 in the district of Dungannon.
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