4th Battalion, Kings Liverpool Regiment (British Army)
Patrick Mulgrew was the son of James and Jane Mulgrew. He was born about 1873. It is believed he was a native of Ballygawley, County Tyrone. Private Patrick Mulgrew was serving with the 4th Battalion of the King's (Liverpool Regiment) when he died on 10 October 1918 in France. He was 45 years old. The CWGC describes Patrick as the husband of Mary Mayes Mulgrew, of 27, Scott's Lane, Port Glasgow.
St Sever Cemetery Extension is located within a large communal cemetery situated on the eastern edge of the southern Rouen suburbs of Le Grand Quevilly and Le Petit Quevilly. During the First World War, Commonwealth camps and hospitals were stationed on the southern outskirts of Rouen. A base supply depot and the 3rd Echelon of General Headquarters were also established in the city. Almost all of the hospitals at Rouen remained there for practically the whole of the war.