Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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02/06/2021 There is a Gunner Francis Bernard Ingham, of the Royal Garrison Artillery, listed on Dungannon War Memorial.
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30/12/2015 Mr Albert Ingham, Market Square, announces tuitions in singing, piano, organ, violin, harmony, etc.
30/12/2015 From the Tyrone Courier dated 16 November 1916:
30/12/2015 Francis Bernard Ingham died 22nd March 1922. This would be outside CWGC time limits and would explain why he is not listed on the CWGC.
30/12/2015 Gunner Francis Bernard Ingham was awarded 27 shillings and sixpence per week from 03/07/1918 (to be reviewed after 28 weeks).
30/12/2015 Gunner Francis Ingham was discharged from the army on 2nd July 1918, due to 'melancholia - not attributed to service'.
30/12/2015 Francis B. Ingham joined the Royal Garrison Artillery on 12/02/1917 in Omagh. He arrived in Rugeley, Staffordshire, England on 16/02/1917.
30/12/2015 Further research reveals the family are later recorded as living at Park Road, Dungannon.
30/12/2015 Family : Albert Ingham, Emily Ingham, Beatrice Emily Ingham (born about 1897), Francis Bernard Ingham (born about 1900), Maria Ethel Ingham (born about 1904), Eva Ingham (born about 1905), Gladys Ingham (born about 1907)
30/12/2015 The 1911 census record shows that Francis and the family were still living at house 17 in Jocelyn Street, Dundalk, County Louth. Francis was now 11 years old. Francis was at school.
30/12/2015 The 1901 census records Francis Ingham as one year old. His father Albert's occupation is given as Organist and Teacher of Music. The family lived at house 17 in Jocelyn Street, Dundalk, County Louth.
30/12/2015 Francis Bernard Ingham was the only son of Albert and Emily Ingham. Both parents were born in England. Francis was born about 1900 in County Louth, probably Dundalk.
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