Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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28/02/2020 Erected by Rachel Lytle of Coalisland in memory of her husband Robert K Lytle, who died 26th June 1895 aged 40 years. Also his mother, Margaret Lytle who died 3rd January 1902 aged 80 years. Also Dora Lytle died 19th July 1932, aged 5 months. Also Rachel, widow of Robert K Lytle, died 17th January 1935, aged 76 years. William R K Lytle died 13th October 1943, aged 56 years. Ruby Mullan died 12th January 1945, aged 38 years. Also Samuel John, Flight Sergeant R.A.F., youngest son of John S Lytle, killed in action 8th July 1941 aged 20 years. Kezia Matilda Lytle died 15th March 1952. John Samuel Lytle died 31st March 1958. ‘Not lost but gone before’
28/02/2020 Family grave in Brackaville Parish Church, C of Ireland
28/02/2020 Flight Sergeant Samuel John Lytle is also commemorated on the family headstone in Brackaville Parish Church of Ireland in Coalisland, County Tyrone.
28/02/2020 Flight Sergeant Samuel John Lytle is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial
28/02/2020 Flight Sergeant Samuel John Lytle is buried at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery in Germany.
28/02/2020 Flight Sergeant Samuel John Lytle was part of the four man crew of the Hampden. The other crew were: Sergeant A W Wilson, Sergeant H D Makenzie and Sergeant LA Soutar.
28/02/2020 On the night of the 8th July 1941, Flight Sergeant Samuel Lyttle was on board a Hampden I (Serial No AD840) when it set out on a night raid over Hamm, Germany. The aircraft failed to return and was presumed shot down.
28/02/2020 By July 1941, Flight Sergeant (Wireless Operator / Air Gunner) Samuel Lyttle was serving with 44 Squadron.
28/02/2020 Samuel served with the Royal Air Force in World War Two.
28/02/2020 Samuel John Lytle was the son of John S Lytle. He was born about 1921.
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