Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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26/06/2020 L/Corp Patrick Joseph Rush Corporal P J Rush died from wounds received on the Italian front. He passed away at his mother’s residence, Line Street, Coalisland. The funeral took place on Tuesday morning to St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church. Two of his brothers have also been wounded recently.
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26/06/2020 L/Corp Patrick Joseph Rush From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 2nd September 1944: Coalisland
26/06/2020 L/Corp Patrick Joseph Rush Mrs Agnes Rush of Lineside, Coalisland, has received notification that her son, Private Patrick Rush, has been seriously wounded in Italy.
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26/06/2020 L/Corp Patrick Joseph Rush From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 26th February 1944: Coalisland
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle At Clogher Guardians on Saturday – Mr Hugh de F Montgomery, D.L, presiding - Dr G A Pringle, medical officer, Aughnacloy, wrote asking for permission to offer his services to the country during the war. Dr Batty, Ballygawley, had consented to act as locum tenens. He appealed the the Board’s sense of duty and generosity to supplement his salary in some way and save him from financial loss. The board approved Dr Pringle’s action, and resolved to grant him a bonus of £50 a year during his absence, proviverd he supples a locum tenens to reside at Aughnacloy.
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26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 22nd May 1915: Aughnacloy Doctor Volunteers
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Flying Officer Ernest SOWERBY (J/36500)
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Squadron Leader Terence Alexander PRINGLE (78022)
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Squadron Leader James Gerard FLAHERTY (J/2826)
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Flight Lieutenant Harry Woodward DONKERSLEY (J/8203)
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle The four men who died that day were:
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26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle The CWGC record Squadron Leader Terence Alexander Pringle as the son of George A Pringle, M.D. He is also listed as the son of Amy J Pringle, of Cranham, Upminster, Essex, England.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Terence is listed as one of the 155 members of Queens University Belfast who died in World War Two, There is also a George Morgan Pringle listed, who served with the Royal Air Force and survived the war.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Squadron Leader Terence Alexander Pringle has no known grave and is commemorated on Panel 3. Column 2 of the Ottawa Memorial in Canada.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle The plane, an Expeditor (Serial Number HB100), was reported missing off the lower mainland of British Columbia and the remains of the three crew and Squadron Leader Terence Pringle were never recovered.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle On the 16th January 1944, Squadron Leader Terence Pringle was the passenger on a ferry flight from RCAF Station Rockcliffe to Patricia Bay in British Columbia.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle By 1944, Squadron Leader Terence Pringle was based in Canada.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Terence Pringle enlisted in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve about 1940.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Prior to enlisting, Terence was employed on the staff of the Electricity Supply Board in Dublin.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Terence worked in Enniskillen for the Northern Ireland Electricity Board for a time.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Terence attained as Batchelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Queens University Belfast.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Terence was educated at Dungannon Royal School
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Known family: George A Pringle, Amy J Pringle, Terence Alexander Pringle (born 8th October 1914), George Morgan Pringle (born 11th April 1918), Arthur Pringle
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Terence Alexander Pringle was born on 8th October 1914. He was the eldest of at least three children, all born in the Augher area.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Terence Pringle was the son of George and Amy Pringle. George A Pringle and Amy J Stack were married sometime between 1911 and 1915. There is no record of the marriage in GRONI, so it seems possible they were married in the south of Ireland.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle The 1911 census lists Terence's father at house 88 in Main Street, Aughnacloy, County Tyrone. George A Pringle was single and described as a Medical Practitioner (M. D.) from Dublin University.
26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle Acting Squadron Leader Terence Pringle, Royal Air Force, (eldest son of Dr and Mrs George A Pringle,, of Aughnacloy), has been reported missing following an air accident in British Columbia. Aged 29, he was educated at Dungannon Royal School and Queens University, where he took his B.Sc. Before joining up four years ago, he was employed on the staff of the Electricity Supply Board in Dublin. Prior to that he worked in Enniskillen for the Northern Ireland Electricity Board.
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26/06/2020 Sq Lead Terence Alexander Pringle From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 29th January 1944:
17/06/2020 Ab S/man James Hughes Able Seaman James Hughes was on board RMS Leinster when was he was killed as a direct result of enemy action on 10th October 1918. He was 21 years old.
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17/06/2020 Ab S/man James Hughes Able Seaman James Hughes served on theships and locations listed below.
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17/06/2020 Ab S/man James Hughes James Hughes enlisted with the Royal Navy on 21st December 1915.
17/06/2020 Ab S/man James Hughes Prior to enlisting, James Hughes was employed as a shipyard labourer.
17/06/2020 Ab S/man James Hughes James was born on 10th July 1897 in Moy, County Tyrone.
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17/06/2020 Ab S/man William Thomas Hughes 02813
17/06/2020 Ab S/man William Thomas Hughes 02812
17/06/2020 Ab S/man William Thomas Hughes 02811
17/06/2020 Ab S/man William Thomas Hughes Able Seaman William Hughes served on quite a number of ships and locations in his Navy career.
17/06/2020 Ab S/man William Thomas Hughes William Hughes joined the Royal Navy on 11th Novermber 1909. He was initially trained at Pembroke II.
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17/06/2020 Artificer 4 James Donnelly As an Engine Room Artificer, he was sent to one of the battleships of the fleet in the Irish Sea.
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16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies Able Seaman Davies is commemorated locally on Moy War Memorial.
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies Able Seaman Davies’ final ship was HMS Warrior.
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16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies Able Seaman George Davies served on a number of ships and locations during his time in the Royal Navy.
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies George Davies enlisted in the Royal Navy on 6th April 1910, signing up for 12 years.
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies Prior to enlisting, George was working as a grocer’s assistant in Birkenhead, England.
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies The 1911 census does not record George as living with the family at house 2 in Derryoghill, Moy, County Tyrone. His father Harold, an Englishman, was a Ship’s Steward.
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies Known family: Harold W Davies, Margaret Davies, George Cardwell Davies (born 6th April 1892), Jane Davies (born about 1896, England), John Henry Davies (born about 1900, England).
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies George was one of six children, four surviving
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies George Cardwell Davies was, according to Navy records, born on 6th April 1892 in Moy. County Tyrone. However, no GRONI record can be found.
16/06/2020 Ab S/man George Cardwell Davies George Cardwell Davies was the son of Harold and Margaret Davies. Harold and Margaret Davies. Were married about 1880. It is suspected that Margaret’s maiden name was Cardwell, although this is yet to be confirmed.
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16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean James MacLean is also commemorated on Garvagh War Memorial and also on the Roll of Honour in St Paul's Parish Church (Church of Ireland) in Garvagh.
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean Writer (3rd class) James MacLean has no known grave and is commemorated on Chatham Naval Memorial in Kent, England.
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean James MacLean seved on many ships and locations during his time with the Royal Navy,
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean James MacLean joined the Royal Navy on 5th May 1904, enlisting for a period of 12 years.
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean The 1901 census lists James as age 15, living with the family at house 14 in Hill Street, Newry County Down. James had left school and was working as an apprentice clerk.
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean Known family: James MacLean, Esther MacLean, James MacLean (born 17th September 1885, Moy), Gertrude Fanny MacLean (born 16th April 1888, Newry), Esther MacLean (born 10th November 1889, Newry), William MacLean (born 3rd December 1891, Newry).
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean The family had moved to Newry by 1888.
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean James Gayton MacLean was born in Moy, County Tyrone on 17th September 1885. James was the eldest of at least four children, the other three were born in the Newry area.
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean James MacLean was the son of James and Esther MacLean. James MacLean and Esther Murdock were married on 28th November 1883 in the district of Newry & Mourne.
16/06/2020 Writer 3rd James Gayton Maclean On page 23 of the book, 'Garvagh & Aghadowey Heroes 1914-18' by Robert Thompson, it states that his mother and father were Esther and James MacLean of Moy and he was born at Moy on 17th September 1885. His father was a land steward to one of the big landowners in County Tyrone. He was married to a Kathleen MacLean.
15/06/2020 Ld Stoker John Moon Possible family: Davis George Moon, Margaret Moon, Margaret Moon (born 1st April 1876), Davis Moon (born 10th April 1877), John Moon (born 16th September 1878), Elizabeth Moon (born 17th February 1880), Rebecca Moon (born 27th November 1881), David Moon (born 2nd September 1883)
15/06/2020 Ld Stoker John Moon John Moon was born on 16th September 1878. He was one of at least six children, all born in the Dungannon area.
15/06/2020 Ld Stoker John Moon John Moon was the son of Davis and Margaret Moon. Davis George Moon and Margaret Allen were married on 26th June 1872 in the district of Cookstown.
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14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley 02794
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14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley The CWGC record Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley as the son of William and Emma Bradley of Charlmont, Moy, County Armagh. He is also recorded as the husband of Lilian J Bradley of 72 Union Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth. He is also listed as having served in the South African War
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley It is though he may have been Northern Ireland’s first submariner loss in the Great War.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley was one of five brothers who served, three of whom were killed in the war. More about his brothers is available in Lance Corporal Rowland Bradley biography – see references below.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley has no known grave and is commemorated on Panel 3 on Plymouth Naval Memorial
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Frederick Ekin Bradley died just a week before his 30th birthday.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley was drowned along with 20 officers and men. There were only five survivors including her Commanding Officer Lt Cdr Godfrey Herbert.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley HMS D5 sunk on 3rd November 1914, two miles south of South Cross Buoy off Great Yarmouth in the North Sea. The submarine was sunk by a British mine.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Acting Lead Stoker Frederick Bradley served on submarine HMS D5. HMS D5 was a British D class submarine built by Vickers, Barrow. D5 was laid down on 23 February 1910, launched 28 August 1911 and was commissioned on 19 February 1911.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Stoker Frederick Bradley served on a variety of ships during his Royal Navy career.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Frederick was married to Lillian J Bradley.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley The 1911 census dose not list the Frederick as living with the family at house 30 in Corr and Dunavally, Charlemont, County Armagh. Frederick’s father had retired and was an R.I.L. pensioner.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Frederick Bradley joined the Royal Navy on 4th December 1902, enlisting for a period of 12 years. He gave his occupation as coach builder.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley The CWGC record that he served in the South African War, although this seems unlikely.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley The 1901 census lists Frederick as aged 16. He had left school and was employed as a coach builder. His father was a tram conductor in Londonderry.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Known family: William Bradley, Emma Jane Bradley, Emily Bradley (born about 1882, Donegal), William Bradley (born about 1883, Donegal), Fredrick Ekin Bradley (born 9th November 1884, Donegal), Annie Bradley (born about 1887, Donegal), Francis Bradley (born about 1890, Donegal), Albert Bradley (born about 1892, Donegal), Alexander Bradley (born about 1895, Donegal), Roland Bradley (born about 1897, Donegal), Harold Bradley (born about 1899) Londonderry), Roland Bradley (born about 1897, Donegal), Harold Bradley (born 13th May 1898, Londonderry).
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Fredrick Bradley was born on 9th November 1884. He was one of eleven children. All were born in County Donegal apart from the youngest, Harold.
14/06/2020 Ld Stoker Frederick Ekin Bradley Frederick Ekin Bradley was the son of William and Jane Bradley/ William Bradley and Jane Elkin were married on 9th April 1879 in the district of Fermanagh.
05/06/2020 Pte. Terence Colton 02792
05/06/2020 Gnr George Henry Wright 02791
05/06/2020 Pte. George Williamson 02790
05/06/2020 Pte. John Stafford 02789
05/06/2020 Pte. James Sheridan 02788
05/06/2020 Pte. William James Orr 02787
05/06/2020 L/Corp Randal Edmund McManus 02786
05/06/2020 2nd Lt John Harold MacKeown 02785
05/06/2020 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee 02784
05/06/2020 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. 02783
05/06/2020 Lieut Ernest Magowan Harper 02782
05/06/2020 Lieut Hewitt Huggard 02781
05/06/2020 Lieut Ernest Magowan Harper 02780
05/06/2020 Lieut Edgar Henry Harper 02779
05/06/2020 Gnr William Hamilton 02778
05/06/2020 Pte. John Stanley Hamilton 02777
05/06/2020 Pte. Thomas James Hagan 02776
04/06/2020 Lieut Francis St Leger Greer M.C. 02775
04/06/2020 Pte. Andrew Gawley 02774
04/06/2020 Pte. John Dunne 02773
04/06/2020 Capt William Gordon Cummings 02772
04/06/2020 Sgt. Thomas Coleman M.M. 02771
04/06/2020 Pioneer Richard James Arthur 02770
04/06/2020 Pioneer Richard James Arthur 02769
04/06/2020 Pioneer Richard James Arthur 02768
04/06/2020 Pioneer Richard James Arthur 02767
04/06/2020 R/man James Joseph Bailey M.M. 02766
04/06/2020 R/man Robert Anderson 02765
04/06/2020 Pte. Robert Henry Anderson 02764
04/06/2020 R/man Robert Allen 02763
04/06/2020 L/Corp Thomas John Williamson M.M. 02762
04/06/2020 Sgt. Andrew Wigton M.M. 02761
04/06/2020 Sgt. Edward John Young 02760
04/06/2020 2nd Lt Matthew John Wright 02759
04/06/2020 Pte. George Wright 02758
04/06/2020 2nd Cpt William J Woods 02757
04/06/2020 Pte. Thomas Woods 02756
04/06/2020 Pte. Patrick Woods 02755
04/06/2020 Pte. James Woods 02754
04/06/2020 Pte. Robert John Wilson 02753
04/06/2020 L/Corp Thomas John Williamson M.M. 02752
04/06/2020 Pte. Thomas Williamson 02751
04/06/2020 Pte. Robert Williamson 02750
04/06/2020 L/Corp Richard Williamson 02749
04/06/2020 Pte. John Williamson 02748
04/06/2020 Sgt. Francis Williamson 02747
04/06/2020 Pte. Robert Wigton 02746
04/06/2020 Pte. Frederick Wigton 02745
04/06/2020 Sgt. Andrew Wigton M.M. 02744
04/06/2020 Pte. John Whitley 02743
04/06/2020 Pte. William John Whitley 02742
04/06/2020 Pte. John Whitley 02741
04/06/2020 Pte. Alexander White 02740
04/06/2020 Pte. Samuel Welton 02739
04/06/2020 Sgt. Patrick J Weir 02738
04/06/2020 Pte. John Weir 02737
04/06/2020 Pte. Armour Weir 02736
04/06/2020 Pte. Joseph Watt 02735
04/06/2020 L/Corp Henry Watt 02734
04/06/2020 Pte. Alexander Watt 02733
04/06/2020 Pte. William James Watson 02732
04/06/2020 Chaplain John Edmund Malone Watson M.C. 02731
04/06/2020 Lieut Hugh Adolphus Hector Warnock 02730
04/06/2020 L/Corp Thomas Walsh 02729
04/06/2020 Sgt. Isaac Walker 02728
04/06/2020 Pte. George Walker 02727
04/06/2020 Pte. William Joseph Vance 02726
04/06/2020 Maj Hugh Price Travers 02725
04/06/2020 2nd Lt Edward Lowry Tottenham M.C. 02724
04/06/2020 2nd Lt Arthur Henry Tottenham 02723
04/06/2020 Pte. Hugh Torrens 02722
04/06/2020 Pte. John Toner 02721
04/06/2020 Pte. James Toner 02720
04/06/2020 Lieut Lee Tolerton 02719
04/06/2020 Pte. Charles Thomson 02718
04/06/2020 Pte. William John Telford 02717
04/06/2020 Pte. Robert Thomas Taylor 02716
04/06/2020 Pte. John Taylor 02715
03/06/2020 Pte. Robert Symington 02714
03/06/2020 Pte. James Sweeney 02713
03/06/2020 Lieut James Matthew Stronge 02712
03/06/2020 Pte. William James Stratton 02711
03/06/2020 Pte. William James Stratton 02710
03/06/2020 Pte. Henry Strain 02709
03/06/2020 Corp William Barry Stockdale 02708
03/06/2020 Sgt. John Stinson 02707
03/06/2020 2nd Lt Joseph Stewart 02706
03/06/2020 Pte. James Stewart 02705
03/06/2020 L/Corp Thomas Stevenson 02704
03/06/2020 Pte. Joseph Stevenson 02703
03/06/2020 Pte. Samuel Steenson 02702
03/06/2020 Pte. Robert Steenson 02701
03/06/2020 Pte. David James Stafford 02700
03/06/2020 Pte. James Speer 02699
03/06/2020 Pte. Robert Somerville 02698
03/06/2020 R/man Frederick John Smyth 02697
03/06/2020 Maj Robertson Stewart Smyth 02696
03/06/2020 Maj Robertson Stewart Smyth 02696
03/06/2020 Pte. William Smith 02695
03/06/2020 2nd Lt Gordon Dill L Smyth 02694
03/06/2020 2nd Lt Stanley Herd Smith 02693
03/06/2020 L/Corp Samuel Smith 02692
03/06/2020 Pte. William Sloan 02691
03/06/2020 Corp James Sleator 02690
03/06/2020 Pte. Alexander Skiffington 02689
03/06/2020 Pte. Francis Skelton 02688
03/06/2020 Pte. William Simpson 02687
03/06/2020 L/Sgt Percy Simpson 02686
03/06/2020 Pte. Thomas Joseph Sheridan 02685
03/06/2020 Sgt. William James Shaw 02684
03/06/2020 Pte. Robert Seymour 02683
02/06/2020 Pte. Joseph Scott 02682
02/06/2020 Pte. David Sands 02681
02/06/2020 Gnr Patrick Joseph Sands 02680
02/06/2020 Gnr Thomas Rutherford 02679
02/06/2020 Sgt. William Arthur Roulston D.C.M. 02678
02/06/2020 Pte. Robert Ross 02677
02/06/2020 L/Corp John Henry Rose 02676
02/06/2020 Sgt. Henry (Harry) Robinson 02675
02/06/2020 Pte. William Roberts 02674
02/06/2020 Pte. Thomas James Roberts 02673
02/06/2020 Corp Alexander Reid 02672
02/06/2020 L/Corp William John Rainey 02671
02/06/2020 Pte. Robert Rainey 02670
02/06/2020 Pte. Peter Rafferty 02669
02/06/2020 Pte. Joseph Rafferty 02668
02/06/2020 Sgt. Joseph Porter 02667
02/06/2020 Lieut Alfred Middleton Blackwood Rose-Cleland 02666
02/06/2020 Corp Joseph Quinn M.M. 02665
02/06/2020 R/man Thomas H Quinn 02664
02/06/2020 Corp Joseph Quinn M.M. 02663
02/06/2020 Capt James Claude Beauchamp Proctor 02662
02/06/2020 Pte. James Alexander Potter 02661
02/06/2020 Capt Alan Grey Porter M.C. 02660
02/06/2020 Pte. William Patton 02659
02/06/2020 Pte. Richardson J Paisley 02658
02/06/2020 Pte. Robert Orr 02657
02/06/2020 Pte. John James Ormsby 02656
02/06/2020 Pte. Thomas John O'Toole 02655
02/06/2020 Pte. James O'Neill 02654
02/06/2020 Pte. Charles O'Neill 02653
02/06/2020 R/man Patrick O'Hara 02652
02/06/2020 Pte. David O'Hara 02651
02/06/2020 Pte. John O'Farrell 02650
02/06/2020 Capt Charles Newell 02649
02/06/2020 Pte. James Neely 02648
02/06/2020 Pte. George Neely 02647
02/06/2020 Pte. James Murtagh 02646
01/06/2020 Maj Ralph Noel Vernon Montgomery D.S.O. 02645
01/06/2020 Pte. Robert John Murray 02644
01/06/2020 Pte. Francis Murray 02643
01/06/2020 Pte. Charles Murray 02642
01/06/2020 L/Sgt Joseph P Murphy 02641
01/06/2020 Pte. Joseph James Murphy 02640
01/06/2020 Pte. Edward Murphy 02639
01/06/2020 Pte. Patrick Mullen 02638
01/06/2020 Pte. Patrick Mullen 02637
01/06/2020 Pte. Charles Mullan 02636
01/06/2020 Pte. Patrick Mulgrew 02635
01/06/2020 Pioneer George Mulgrew 02634
01/06/2020 R/man Mitchell Joseph Mulholland 02633
01/06/2020 Pte. James Moynagh 02632
01/06/2020 CSM William George Motum 02631
01/06/2020 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 02630
01/06/2020 Pte. Robert Morrow V.C. 02629
01/06/2020 Pte. George Morrow 02628
01/06/2020 L/Corp Joseph Dickey Morrison 02627
01/06/2020 Pte. Thomas Moore 02626
01/06/2020 Pte. Mick Moore 02625
01/06/2020 R/man Frederick William Moore 02624
01/06/2020 Pte. Thomas Montgomery 02623
01/06/2020 Pte. Samuel Montgomery 02622
01/06/2020 L/Corp George Moffatt 02621
01/06/2020 Pte. Robert Mills 02620
01/06/2020 Corp William Milligan 02619
01/06/2020 Pte. Lewis Meenagh 02618
01/06/2020 Pte. Robert McShane 02617
01/06/2020 R/man Patrick Murray (Berney) 02616
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