Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
ff
Date Name Information
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Rifleman Patrick Murray has no known grave and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, nine kilometres north east of Ypres town centre in Belgium.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Many thanks to Barbara Murray, to whom the three brothers were great uncles, for informing us of Patrick Murray and confirming other information on the family.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) The CWGC record Rifleman Patrick Murray as having served as BERNEY. He is also recorded as the son of Francis and Teresa Murray of Foremass, Sixmilecross, County Tyrone.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Rifleman Francis Murray is listed on page 46 of the Ballygawley War dead book
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Patrick’s brothers, Charles and Francis, also died in World War One. Remarkably Francis and Patrick died within 4 days of each other in August 1917.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Rifleman Patrick Murray served with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Rifles in France from 4th June 1915 and was killed en route to the Battle of Langemarck, Belgium, on 16th August 1917. The 1st Battalion. was stationed on the outskirts of Ypres and at 9 pm set off to march to their assembly point at Westhoeck Ridge, about 4 to 5 miles away. During the march, ‘D’ Company received a direct hit from an enemy shell killing or wounding 13 soldiers.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Rifleman Patrick Murray arrived in France with the Royal Irish Rifles on 4th June 1915.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Patrick Murray was living in Tandragee before enlisting. Patrick enlisted in Omagh and served as Patrick BERNEY.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) The 1911 census possibly lists Patrick as age 16, working as a farm servant at house house 7 in Cloneblaugh, Cecil, County Tyrone.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Oddly, there’s no sign of their mother and father in the 1911 census. The family had split up.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) The 1901 census records Patrick as 7 years old, living with the family at house 41 in Garvaghy, Errigal, County Tyrone. His father was a farm labourer who was born in Scotland. His mother was born in India.
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Known family: Francis Murray, Teresa Murray, Patrick Murray (born 28th December 1893, Ballygawley), Charles Murray (born 26th February 1896, Fintona), Francis Murray (born 7th May 1898, Ballygawley), Lucinda Murray (born 23rd June 1900, Ballygawley).
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Patrick was born on 28th December 1893 in Garvaghy, Errigal, Ballygawley, County Tyrone. He was oldest of at least four children
24/10/2021 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) Patrick Murray was the oldest son of Francis and Teresa Murray. Francis Murray and Teresa Birney were married on 20th November 1892 in the district of Omagh.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Many thanks to Barbara Murray, to whom the three brothers were great uncles, for informing us of Francis Murray and confirming other information on the family.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Private Francis Murray is listed on page 42 of the Ballygawley War dead book.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray The CWGC record Francis as the son of Francis and Teresa Murray of Foremass, Sixmilecross, County Tyrone.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Francis’ brothers, Charles and Patrick, also died in World War One. Remarkably, Francis and Patrick died within 4 days of each other in August 1917.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Private Francis Murray is buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery. His inscription reads: HIS PRIZE IS WON
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Private Francis Murray was serving with the 6th Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment when he was killed in action in France on 12th August 1917.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Private Francis Murray arrived in France with the Royal Irish Regiment on 17th December 1915.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Francis Murray enlisted in Londonderry. He was living in Sixmilecross.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray The 1911 census possibly lists Francis as age 12, working as a farm servant at house 27 in Altanagh, Athenree, Tyrone
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Oddly, there’s no sign of their mother and father in the 1911 census. The family had split up.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray The 1901 census records Francis as 3 years old, living with the family at house 41 in Garvaghy, Errigal, County Tyrone. His father was a farm labourer who was born in Scotland. His mother was born in India.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Known family: Francis Murray, Teresa Murray, Patrick Murray (born 28th December 1893, Ballygawley), Charles Murray (born 26th February 1896, Fintona), Francis Murray (born 7th May 1898, Ballygawley), Lucinda Murray (born 23rd June 1900, Ballygawley).
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Francis Murray was born 7th May 1898 in Garvaghy, Ballygawley. He was the third of at least four children.
24/10/2021 Pte. Francis Murray Francis Murray was the third son of Francis and Teresa Murray. Francis Murray and Teresa Birney were married on 20th November 1892 in the district of Omagh.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Private Charles Murray is listed on page 16 of the Ballygawley War dead book.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray The CWGC record Charles as the son of Francis and Teresa Murray of Lurganbuoy, Dumnoyle, Sixmilecross, County Tyrone.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Private Charles Murray is buried in Chatby Military and War Memorial Cemetery in Alexandria in Egypt. His inscription reads: WITH GOD FOR EVER
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Private Charles Murray was serving with the 7th Battalion of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers when he died of enteric fever on Tuesday 9th November 1915.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Private Charles Murray arrived in the Balkans with the Royal Dublin Fusiliers on 9th August 1915.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Charles Murray enlisted in Omagh.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray The 1911 census possibly lists Charles as age 15, working as a servant at house 16 in Fallaghearn, Foremass, Tyrone.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Oddly, there’s no sign of their mother and father in the 1911 census. The family had split up.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray The 1901 census records Charles as 5 years old, living with the family at house 41 in Garvaghy, Errigal, County Tyrone. His father was a farm labourer who was born in Scotland. His mother was born in India.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Known family: Francis Murray, Teresa Murray, Patrick Murray (born 28th December 1893, Ballygawley), Charles Murray (born 26th February 1896, Fintona), Francis Murray (born 7th May 1898, Ballygawley), Lucinda Murray (born 23rd June 1900, Ballygawley).
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Charles Murray was born on 26th February 1896 in Mullanboy, which lies just north of Fintona, County Tyrone. He was the second of at least four children.
24/10/2021 Pte. Charles Murray Charles Murray was the second son of Francis and Teresa Murray. Francis Murray and Teresa Birney were married on 20th November 1892 in the district of Omagh.
24/10/2021 Pte. Edward Murphy Private Edward Murphy has no known grave has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing of the Somme. The Thiepval Memorial, the Memorial to the Missing of the Somme, bears the names of more than 72,000 officers and men of the United Kingdom and South African forces who died in the Somme sector before 20 March 1918 and have no known grave. Over 90% of those commemorated died between July and November 1916.
24/10/2021 Pte. Edward Murphy Private Edward Murphy arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
24/10/2021 Pte. Edward Murphy Family: Thomas Murphy, Martha Murphy, Edward Murphy (born 20th March 1885), Mary Ellen Murphy (born 4th August 1891).
24/10/2021 Pte. Edward Murphy Edward Murphy was born 20th March 1885 in Clonfeacle in County Tyrone. He was the elder of two children, both born in the Benburb area.
24/10/2021 Pte. Edward Murphy Edward Murphy was the only son of Thomas and Martha Murphy. Thomas Murphy and Martha McKeown were married on 30th August 1882 in the district of Dungannon.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan 03252
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan 03250
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan 03251
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan 03253
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan The CWGC record Private William John Moan as the son of W J and Catherine Moan of Aughnacloy, County Tyrone, Ireland.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan Private William John Moan is buried in Anneux British Cemetery, west of Cambrai in France.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan Private William John Moan was serving with the 1st Battalion of the Auckland Infantry Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force (N.Z.E.F.) when he was killed in action in France on 1st October 1918.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan On July 20th he returned to the front. On 27th July he was slightly wounded, but was back at the front later that day.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan Private Moan was wounded in February/March 1918 when he received a shrapnel wound in the buttock. On 1st June he returned to his battalion.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan After training, he embarked from Wellington on 14th July 1917. Private Moan arrived in France in September 1917.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan William enlisted Auckland on 1st March 1917. He named his next of kin as his mother, Catherine, who was still living in Aughnacloy.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan Prior to enlisting William worked as a gardener at the Ellerslie Convent. Ellerslie is a suburb of Auckland.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan The 1901 census possibly lists William as age 30, a farm servant at house 15 in Mullybrannon, Bernagh, Dungannon.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan Possible family: William J Moan, Catherine Moan, James Moan (born 29th June 1869), Patrick Moan (born 14th March 1871), Catherine Moan (born 22nd June 1872, Bridget Moan (born 12th April 1874), Mary Moan (born 24th May 1875), William John Moan (born 16th February 1877), Alice Moan (born 3rd November 1878).
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan William John Moan was born on 16th February 1877 in Aughnacloy, County Tyrone. He was one of a number of children, all born in the Aughnacloy area. It is difficult to ascertain the exact family because, from the late 1870s, there were two Moan/McKenna families in Aughnacloy.
24/10/2021 Pte. William John Moan William John Moan was a son of William and Catherine Moan. William J Moan and Catherine McKenna were married on 6th August 1868 in the district of Dungannon.
23/10/2021 Pte. Joseph James Murphy At present we believe this to be Private James Joseph Murphy of Caledon, who served with the King's (Liverpool) Regiment.
23/10/2021 Pte. Joseph James Murphy 03249
23/10/2021 Pte. Joseph James Murphy There is a Private J J Murphy on Dungannon War Memorial, on the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers panel.
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen The cemetery at Terlincthun was begun in June 1918 when the space available for service burials in the civil cemeteries of Boulogne and Wimereux was exhausted. It was used chiefly for burials from the base hospitals.
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen Private Mullen was buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery which is situated on the northern outskirts of Boulogne. There were a number of base hospitals in the locality, so it may be presumed he died either as the result of illness or of injuries received.
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen Private Patrick Mullen was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders when he died in France on Tuesday 29th October 1918.
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen Private Patrick Mullen arrived in France with the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders on 10th August 1914.
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen Known family: Patrick Mullen (born 4th January 1881), John Mullen (born 21st April 1882), Elizabeth Mullen (born 30th July 1883, died 21st October 1883), Elizabeth Mullen (born 18th September 1884).
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen Patrick Mullen was born in Dungannon on born 4th January 1881. He was one of at least three children, all born in Dungannon.
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen There was only one Patrick Mullen born in Dungannon between 1879 and 1883, according to GRONI. The following family details are based on that fact.
23/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mullen Patrick Mullen was born in Dungannon.
23/10/2021 Pte. Charles Mullan 03248
23/10/2021 Pte. Charles Mullan Private Charles Mullan is buried in Guards Cemetery in Lesboeufs. Lesboeufs lies sixteen kilometres north-east of Albert in France.
23/10/2021 Pte. Charles Mullan The CWGC record Private Charles Mullan as the son of Charles and Mary Ann Mullan, of 66 Hawthorn Street, Belfast and a native of Caledon, County Tyrone.
23/10/2021 Pte. Charles Mullan Private Charles Mullan was serving with the 1st Battalion of the Irish Guards when he was killed in action in France on Monday 25th September 1916 in France.
23/10/2021 Pte. Charles Mullan Known family: Charles Mullan, Mary Anne Mullan, Alice Mullan (born 28th May 1880) John Mullan (born 29th June 1881), Mary Mullan 28 (born 1st October 1882), Annie Mullan 26 (born 29th June 1884), Charles Mullan (born 6th October 1885), James Mullan (born 28th June 1887), Peter Francis Mullan (born about 1890), Joseph Alphonsus Mullan (born about 1895), Veronica Agnes Mullan (born about 1900)
23/10/2021 Pte. Charles Mullan Charles Mullan was born 6th October 1885 in Caledon, County Tyrone. He was one of at least nine children.
23/10/2021 Pte. Charles Mullan Charles Mullan was the son of Charles and Mary Ann Mullan. Charles Mullan and Mary Sherry were married on 16th February 1879 in the district of Dungannon.
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew Private Patrick Mulgrew is listed on page 64 of the Ballygawley War Dead book.
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew Private Patrick Mulgrew is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France.
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew In his will, he left all to his wife Mary, who was living at 27 Scott's Lane, Port Glasgow.
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew Private Patrick Mulgrew arrived in France with the Liverpool Regiment on 4th March 1915.
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew Known family: James Mulgrew, Jane Mulgrew, Patrick Mulgrew (born 10th August 1872)
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew Patrick Mulgrew was born on 10th August 1872 in Ballygawley, County Tyrone. GRONI records suggest he may have been a only child.
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew In the event of my death, I give the whole of my property and effects to my wife, Mary Mulgrew, 27 Scot Lane, Port Glasgow, Scotland.
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew 03247
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew Last Will and Testament of Private Patrick Mulgrew:
17/10/2021 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew Patrick Mulgrew was the son of James and Jane Mulgrew. James Mulgrew and Jane Hughes were married on 13th February 1872 in the district of Dungannon.
17/10/2021 Pioneer George Mulgrew It seems plausible that he had been wounded on the Gallipoli peninsula and died on a vessel during evacuation.
17/10/2021 Pioneer George Mulgrew Known family: George Mulgrew, Katy Mulgrew, Joseph Mulgrew (born 7th October 1878), Mary Mulgrew (born 24th September 1881), George Mulgrew (born 2nd October 1883), James Mulgrew (born 25th December 1886).
17/10/2021 Pioneer George Mulgrew George Mulgrew was born 2nd October 1883 at Brackaville, near Coalisland. He was one of at least four children, all born in the Coalisland area.
17/10/2021 Pioneer George Mulgrew George Mulgrew (senior) was a blacksmith.
17/10/2021 Pioneer George Mulgrew George Mulgrew was the son of George and Kate Mulgrew. George Mulgrew and Kate Daly were married on 9th August 1877 in the districted of Cookstown, in Stewartstown RC Chapel.
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh Private James Moynagh is listed on page 50 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh Private James Moynagh is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh Family: John Moynagh, Bridget Moynagh, James Moynagh (born about 1898), Robert H Moynagh (born 22nd June 1900), William Moynagh (born 18th March 1902).
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh James Moynagh was born about 1897 in Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh It seems likely that Bridget and Sarah were related.
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh James Moynagh was the son of John and Bridget Moynagh. John Moynagh and Bridget McIlhinny were married on 20th July 1898 in the district of Dungannon.
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh They had one child, John, born on 8th June 1893 in Fivemiletown. Sarah died two weeks after giving birth, on 22nd June 1893, aged 23.
17/10/2021 Pte. James Moynagh James’ father had been married previously. John Moynagh and Sarah McIlhinny were married on 27th July 1891 in the district of Dungannon.
17/10/2021 Pte. George Morrow Private George Morrow is listed on page 32 of the Fivemiletown War Dead Book.
17/10/2021 Pte. George Morrow Private George Morrow is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Lance Corporal Joseph Dickey Morrison is also commemorated on Moneydig Roll of Honour.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Lance Corporal Joseph Dickey Morrison is also commemorated locally on the family headstone in Moy Church of Ireland Churchyard.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Lance Corporal Joseph Dickey Morrison is commemorated locally on Moy War Memorial.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Lance Corporal Joseph Dickey Morrison has no known grave and is commemorated on Pozieres Memorial in France.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison The 1911 census records Joseph Dickey as 12 years old. He was at school. The family were living in the Square in Moy. John was still clerk of petty sessions.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Family: John Morrison, Elizabeth Morrison, Annie Smith Morrison (born 1st October 1906). Elizabeth had two children from a previous marriage.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison John remarried. John Morrison and Elizabeth Burton were married on 6th September 1905 in the district of Dungannon. They had once child.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Joseph’s father John Morrison was also a Justice of the Peace and Postmaster, Auctioneer and Valuer.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison The 1901 census records Dickey as 2 years old. His father was the postmaster of Moy Post Office. The family was living in the Square in Moy. John was also clerk of petty sessions.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Family: John Morrison, Anna Morrison, Hugh Rankin Morrison (born 22nd November 1893), Joseph Dickey Morrison (born 15th August 1898), Annie Smith Morrison 4 (born 27th May 1901, died 17th February 1902, age 6 months).
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Joseph Dickey Morrison was born in Moy, Tyrone on 15th August 1898. He was one of three children, all born in the Moy area.
16/10/2021 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison Joseph Dickey Morrison was the youngest son of John and Anna Bella Morrison. John Morrison and Anna Dickey were married on 7th April 1891 in the district of Newry and Mourne.
16/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Henry Morgan Private T H Morgan , 49th Battalion. He was admitted to this C.C.S on 6-4-18 suffering from a penetrating gun shot wound in the chest and gunshot wounds in both arms, the left arm being fractured. He was operated on the 8-4-18, but died on that date. He was buried by Rev. M W Cuthbert on the 9th April 1918. His place of burial is Grave no 20 – Row X – Plot 1 – communal Cemetery Extension, Gezaincourt, near Doullens.’
16/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Henry Morgan The CWGC record Private Thomas Henry Morgan as the son of Jane and Henry Morgan of Federal Chambers, Molesworth Street, Lismore, New South Wales. He is listed as being a native of County Tyrone, Ireland.
16/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Henry Morgan Private Thomas Henry Morgan is buried in Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Extension in France.
16/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Henry Morgan Known family: Henry Morgan, Jane Morgan, Thomas Henry Morgan (born 18th March 1885), Leslie C Morgan (born 17th March 1887), Edith E Morgan (born 23rd May 1889), Isabella Morgan (born 1st August 1891, died 2nd March 1897, age 5), William Charles Morgan (born 19th November 1894), Ernest Ralph Morgan (born 23rd December 1899).
16/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Henry Morgan Thomas Henry Morgan was born on 18th March 1885 near Newmills. He was the oldest of at least six children, all born in the Coalisland area.
16/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Henry Morgan Thomas Henry Morgan was the eldest son Henry and Jane Morgan. Henry Morgan and Jane Christie were married on 24th July 1883 in Derry City.
15/10/2021 R/man Frederick William Moore 03246
15/10/2021 R/man Frederick William Moore Rifleman Frederick Moore is also commemorated on Banbridge War Memorial.
15/10/2021 R/man Frederick William Moore Rifleman Fred Moore arrived in France with the Royal Irish Rifles on 5th October 1915.
15/10/2021 R/man Frederick William Moore Known family: Robert Moore, Mary Moore, Robert Moore (born 27th May 1888), Thomas Moore (born 11th June 1890), Helena Moore (born 16th January 1892), William Frederick Moore (born 1st September 1897).
15/10/2021 R/man Frederick William Moore William Frederick Moore was born in Seapatrick, County Down on 1st September 1897. He was the youngest of four children, all born in the Banbridge area.
15/10/2021 R/man Frederick William Moore Frederick William Moore was the youngest son of Robert and Mary Moore. Robert Moore and Mary Connor were married on 20th May 1887 in the district of Banbridge.
14/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Moore Private Thomas Moore is listed on page 38 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
14/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Moore The CWGC record Private Thomas Moore as the foster son of Patrick McAloon of Glenoo, Fivemiletown, County Tyrone.
14/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Moore Private Thomas Moore is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
14/10/2021 Pte. Mick Moore The CWGC record Private Mick Moore as the son of William G and Catherine Moore of Drumey, Newmills, Dungannon, County Tyrone.
14/10/2021 Pte. Mick Moore Private Mick Moore is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
14/10/2021 Pte. Mick Moore Known family: William James Moore, Catherine Moore, John Moore (born 10th December 1874), Mary Moore (born 5th July 1876, died 14th July 1876) , Joseph Moore (born 14th November 1878), Mary Moore (born 7th September 1880), James Moore (born 18th April 1882) Patrick Moore (born 8th June 1884), Michael Moore (born 10th October 1886), Denis Moore (born 3rd September 1888, died 3rd September 1888), Catherine Moore (born 21st April 1891).
14/10/2021 Pte. Mick Moore Michael Moore was born on 10th October 1886. He was one of at least nine children, seven surviving, all born in the Newmills area.
14/10/2021 Pte. Mick Moore Michael Moore was the youngest son of William and Catherine Moore. William James Moore and Catherine Cush were married on 27th November 1873 in the district of Dungannon.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery The CWGC record Private Walter Montgomery as the son of Thomas Montgomery of Newmills, Tyrone.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Private Walter Montgomery is also commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Private Walter Montgomery is commemorated locally on the Newmills Parish Church WWI Roll of Honour and on Newmills L.O.L. 183 Roll of Honour.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Private Walter Augustus Montgomery is buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery. His inscription reads: HIS SUNNY SMILE IS BANISHED HIS STEP HATH PASSED AWAY
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Walter Montgomery enlisted on 15th August 1918. He was 19 years old and had been working as a farm labourer. He gives his address as Beech Grove, Coalisland. Beechgrove House lay due west of Coalisland near Derryvale Woollen Mill.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery The 1911 census records the family living in Farlough, Tullyniskane, Tyrone. Twelve year old Walter was still at school.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Walter’s mother, Margaret Montgomery died on 6th August 1905 in the Moy area, aged 39. Walter would have been six years old.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Known Family: Thomas Montgomery, Margaret Montgomery, Thomas Montgomery (born 9th January 1893, died 2nd April 1895, age 2), John Jack William Montgomery (born 4th November 1894), Lillian Montgomery (born 16th October 1896), Walter Augustus Montgomery (born 17th February 1899), Charlotte Lola Montgomery (born 13th August 1901), Mary Montgomery (born 17th October 1903), Thomas Montgomery (born 30th July 1905).
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery The 1901 census shows Walter Augustus as age 2 living with the family at house 23 in Grange, Moy, Tyrone. Thomas is working as a gardener.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Walter Montgomery was born on 17th February 1899 in Moy, County Tyrone. He was one of at least seven children, all born in the Moy area.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Margaret’s maiden is variously spelt Bryan or Bryers.
11/10/2021 Pte. Walter Augustus Montgomery Walter Augustus Montgomery was the son of Thomas and Margaret Montgomery. Thomas Montgomery and Margaret Bryan on 1st July 1892 in the district of Dungannon.
11/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Montgomery Private Thomas Montgomery is listed on pages 30-31 of the Ballygawley War Dead book
11/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Montgomery Private Thomas Montgomery is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
11/10/2021 Pte. Thomas Montgomery Private Montgomery arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Service No 17549, on 5th October 1915.
09/10/2021 Pte. Samuel Montgomery Private Samuel Montgomery arrived in France with the Highland Light Infantry on 16th June 1915.
08/10/2021 L/Corp George Moffatt 03245
08/10/2021 L/Corp George Moffatt Lance Corporal George Moffatt is listed on page 31 of the Fivemiletown book, from which most of these details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
08/10/2021 L/Corp George Moffatt Lance Corporal George Moffatt is commemorated locally on the Roll of Honour in Fivemiletown Methodist Church and on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Many thanks to Mark Byers in Fivemiletown and the North Irish Horse Facebook page.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Private Robert Mills is listed on page 79 of the Fivemiletown book, from which some of these details come from.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Private Robert Mills is also commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills The Rev John McDowell held a service at the house prior to the funeral and also officiated at the graveside after which the usual volleys were fired and the Last Post sounded.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills At his funeral, a detachment of the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry stationed at Enniskillen was present and marched in front of the hearse. Immediately after the hearse, the Fivemiletown branch of the Comrades of the Great War, numbering over forty, marched the procession in charge of Lieutenant Armstrong and Captain Robert Bloomfield.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Meningitis set in and Private Robert Mills died in Armagh on Monday 26th October 1919.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills In October 1919 Private Robert Mills was admitted to hospital again, suffering from his former injury.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills From France he was brought home to England and sent to the U.V.F. Hospital in Belfast where he was discharged in June 1919.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Private Mills was released after the Armistice and was sent to hospital in France.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills By October 1918 he was being held at Friedrichsfeld, and soon after, at Merseberg. During the time he was a prisoner in Germany, he got hurt working at bar iron and septic poisoning set in.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Private Mills was taken prisoner of war on 2nd April 1918 at the Battle of Kemmel Hill
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills In June 1916 Mills' squadron joined C and F Squadrons of the North Irish Horse to form the 2nd North Irish Horse Regiment, serving as corps cavalry to X Corps until September 1917, when the regiment was disbanded and most of the men were transferred to the infantry. Like the majority, on 20 September Mills joined the 9th (Service) Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers. He was posted to A Company.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Private Robert Mills arrived in France on 6th October 1915 with the 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons Service Squadron, Service No 155. The squadron was then serving as divisional cavalry to the 36th (Ulster) Division.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Robert Mills enlisted in November 1914.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills The 1911 census paper, although slightly damaged, shows Robert as age 15 still living with the family at house 12 in Tullyquin Glebe, Aughintane, County Tyrone. His father is listed as a farm servant, as is Robert.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills The 1901 census lists Robert as age 5 living with the family at house 12 in Tullyquinn Glebe, Aughintane, County Tyrone. His father and his mother were both labourers.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Known family: William Mills, Margaret Mills, William Mills (born 16th January 1889), Eliza Mills (born 3rd June 1891), Maggie Mills (born 2nd February 1894), Robert Mills (born 21st March 1896), Alice Mills (born 26th April 1901).
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Robert Mills was born on 21st March 1896. He was one of at least five children, all born in the Fivemiletown area.
05/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills Robert Mills was the youngest son of William and Margaret Mills. William Mills and Margaret Kane were married on 12th November 1888 in the district of Dungannon.
03/10/2021 Pte. Robert Mills 03244
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan Corporal William Milligan is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in St Anne's Church Of Ireland in Dungannon.
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan Private Milligan arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan William Milligan originally enlisted in Dungannon with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Service No. 16907).
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan The 1911 census lists William as age 14, living with the family at house 22 in Milltown, Dungannon. William had left school and was working as a telegram boy. His father was a carter
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan William Milligan attended Drumglass Boys National School in Dungannon.
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan Family: Thomas Milligan, Sarah Ann Milligan, Matilda Milligan (born 27th February 1891), Hugh Harris Milligan (born 28th March 1894), James Milligan (born 11th January 1896, died 6th February 1896), William Milligan (born 1st March 1897), Anne Milligan (born 6th October 1898), Elizabeth Milligan (born 29th April 1900), Harriet Milligan (born 15th October 1906), Mary Minnie Milligan (born 29th June 1908)
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan The 1901 census lists William as age 4 living with the family at house 4 in Templereagh, Stewartstown, County Tyrone. His father, Thomas Milligan, was a farm labourer.
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan William Milligan was born on 1st March 1897 in Donaghenry, Stewartstown. He was one of eight children, seven surviving, all born in the Stewartstown area.
03/10/2021 Corp William Milligan William Milligan was the son of Thomas and Sarah Ann Milligan. Thomas Milligan and Sarah Hyde were married on 14th May 1890 in the district of Cookstown, presumably Stewartstown.
03/10/2021 Pte. James Millar 03242
03/10/2021 Pte. James Millar 03241
03/10/2021 Pte. James Millar 03243
03/10/2021 Pte. James Millar Private James Millar re-joined his unit on 30th October.
03/10/2021 Pte. James Millar On 29th September 1916 Private James Millar received a gunshot wound to his lower extremities and/or shoulder. He was transferred to Hardelot General Hspital. On 14th October he was moved to a convalescent depot at Boulogne.
03/10/2021 R/man Thomas McMinn 03240
03/10/2021 R/man Thomas McMinn 03239
03/10/2021 R/man Thomas McMinn On enlistment, he gave his occupation as ploughman. He was working and living in Chertsey, New Zealand for Mr A Doig, possibly Andrew Doig.
02/10/2021 Pte. Robert Symington 03238
02/10/2021 Pte. Peter Rafferty 03237
02/10/2021 Pte. James Millar The 1911 census lists James as age 24 living with his father at house 13 in Mullyrodden, Clonaneese, Tyrone. His mother had died and he and his father were farmers.
02/10/2021 Pte. James Millar His mother, Isabella Millar, died on 4th May 1907 in the Dungannon area, age 43.
02/10/2021 Pte. James Millar The 1901 census lists James as age 16 living with the family at house 1 in Mullyrodden, Clonaneese, County Tyrone. The family were farmers. James was surprisingly still at school.
02/10/2021 Pte. James Millar Known family: John Miller, Isabella Miller, Sarah Jane Miller (born 25th January 1884), James Miller (born 22nd April 1885), Thomas Miller (born 3rd September 1887), Robert Miller (born 14th March 1889).
02/10/2021 Pte. James Millar James Millar was born on 22nd April 1885. He was one of four children, all born in the Mullyrodden, Clonaneese / Clonavaddy area.
02/10/2021 Pte. James Millar James Miller was the son of John and Isabella Millar. John Millar and Isabella Givan were married on 21st November 1882 in the district of Dungannon.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh Private Lewis Meenagh is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial and on the WWI Roll of Honour in St Anne's Church Of Ireland in Dungannon.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh The 1911 census records that Lewis was married to Catherine and living in Beragh, County Tyrone. Lewis was a postman. Known family: Lewis Meenagh, Catherine Meenagh, Margaret Meenagh (born 9th November 1910, Dungannon), Elizabeth Meenagh (born 17th March 1912, Sixmilecross), Eleanor Meenagh (born 2nd March 1913, Sixmilecross), Letty Meenagh (born 7th April 1914, Sixmilecross), Louis Meenagh (born 21st September 1916, Fintona).
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh Lewis Meenagh and Catherine Anthony were married on 10th August 1909 in the district of Omagh. They went on to have five children.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh Lewis was employed at Messrs Stevenson and Son, linen manufacturers, Dungannon.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh The 1901 census shows Lewis as 17 years old. Hewas living with his brothers and sisters at Georges Street, Dungannon. Both his parents had died. Lewis was working as a linen lapper.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh Isabella Meenagh died on 22nd May 1893 in Dungannon aged 42. Robert Meenagh died on 1st February 1895 aged 59.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh Known family: Robert Meenagh, Isabella Meenagh, Isabella Ellen Meenagh (born 28th July 1871), John Robert Meenagh (born 15th April 1876), Jane Meenagh (born 2nd November 1880), Lewis Meenagh (born 8th August 1882), Ida Delis Meenagh (born 9th January 1885), Mary Meenagh (born 18th November 1886), Sophia Meenagh (born 19th July 1890).
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh Lewis was born in Drumglass, Dungannon on 8th August 1882.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh Lewis Meenagh was the son of Robert and Isabella Meenagh. Robert Meenagh and Isabella Elliott were married in Dungannon on 24th June 1870.
02/10/2021 Pte. Lewis Meenagh 03236
    January     February     March     April     May     June     July     August     September     October     November     December
    January     February     March     April     May     June     July     August     September     October     November     December
    January     February     March     April     May     June     July     August     September     October     November     December
    January     February     March     April     May     June     July     August     September     October     November     December
    January     February     March     April     May     June     July     August     September     October     November     December