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30/09/2017 The 1911 census lists Joseph's mother living with her son David at house 5 in Derrycreevy (Knox), Bernagh, Tyrone.
30/09/2017 Joseph McCall was the youngest son of David and Mary Ann McCall. David McCall and Mary Ann Wade were married on 4th January 1869 in the district of Dungannon.
30/09/2017 Joseph McCall was born on 26th January 1879 in Moy, County Tyrone. He was one of at least five children.
30/09/2017 The 1901 census does not list Joseph as living with the family at house 8 in Derrycreevy (Knox), Bernagh, County Tyrone. His father was a general labourer.
30/09/2017 Joseph McCall was a Private with the Irish Guards for a time, Service No 5064.
30/09/2017 Joseph McCall then joined the Tunnelling Company of the Royal Engineers.
30/09/2017 The 258th Tunnelling Company was formed at Rouen in April 1916 and moved into Hill 70 sector near Loos.
30/09/2017 Sapper Joe McCall was serving with the 258th Tunnelling Company of the Royal Engineers when he was killed in action on 15th October 1916 in France.
30/09/2017 Sapper Joe McCall has no known grave and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial.
30/09/2017 The CWGC record Joseph McCall as the brother of David McCall, of 511 Ormeau Road, Belfast.
30/09/2017 Ireland’s Memorial Records incorrectly refer to a Joe ‘McCain’.
30/09/2017 Known family: David McCall, Mary Ann McCall, Patrick McCall (born 16th November 1869), Elizabeth McCall (born 13th February 1872), David McCall (born 12th March 1874), Sarah McCall (born 22nd March 1876), Joseph McCall (born 26th January 1879).
07/01/2017 Sapper Joseph McCall, Royal Engineers, killed in action on 15th October, was the youngest son of the late Mr David McCall, Stangmore, Dungannon, and the brother of Mr David McCall, Jun., Annaghbeg, Donaghmore.
07/01/2017
07/01/2017 From the Belfast Newsletter dated 2nd November 1916:
30/12/2015 From the Tyrone Courier dated 9 November 1916:
30/12/2015 Mr David McCall, Annaghbeg, has received intimation that his brother, Sapper Joseph McCall, Royal Engineers, youngest son of the late Mr David McCall, Stangmore, was killed in action on 15th October.
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