Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
ff
Date Name Information
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald There is also a Private J McDonald on Dungannon War Memorial. He is listed as having been with the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald The CWGC record Lance Sergeant John McDonald as the husband of Martha Amelia McDonald of 13 Lismain Street, Ravenhill Avenue, Belfast.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald Lance Sergeant John McDonald was buried in Dundonald Cemetery, Belfast on 26th December 1918. The remainder of his family were latterly interred with him.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald Lance Sergeant John McDonald died in Lisburn district asylum on 22nd December 1918, aged 40 years.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald Lance Sergeant John McDonald was with the Army Cyclist Corps when he was discharged from the army on 11th January 1918
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald Lance Sergeant John McDonald arrived in France with the Army Cyclist Corps on 4th October 1915.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald The 1911 census lists John as age 33 living with his wife and family at house 59 in Asley Street, Belfast. He was a picture frame maker.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald Family: John McDonald, Martha Amelia McDonald, Elizabeth M McDonald (born 22nd September 1904), Rebecca McDonald (born 20th August 1906), Jane McDonald (born 30th December 1908), Maria McDonald (born 8th March 1911), Emma McDonald (born 22nd March 1913).
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald They went on to have at least five children, all girls born in Belfast, four surviving.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald John McDonald and Martha Johnston were married on 18th November 1903 in Belfast.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald John McDonald was born about 1881 in Belfast or County Down.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald Below is the best match so far. However, no link has been found to relate this Belfast man to Dungannon.
30/08/2021 L/Sgt John McDonald There is a Sergeant John McDonald, of the Cycling Corps, listed in Presbyterian records. He is listed as having lived in Granville, Dungannon and been part of the congregation of the 2nd Presbyterian Church in Dungannon. These records show he died of wounds.
30/08/2021 Pte. J McDonald There is also a Lance Sergeant John McDonald of the Cycling Corps, listed in Presbyterian records. He is listed as having lived in Granville, Dungannon (see references below).
30/08/2021 Pte. J McDonald No other information is available at this time.
30/08/2021 Pte. J McDonald There is a Private J McDonald on Dungannon War Memorial. He is listed as having been with the Canadian Expeditionary Force.
30/08/2021 Pte. J McDonald 03194
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald In his will, he left all to his mother.
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald In the event of my death, I give the whole of my property and effects to my mother, Mrs M J McDonald, Doolargy, Carnteel Post Office, County Tyrone Ireland. 70290 James R McDonald, Private, R.A.M.C.
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald 03193
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald Last Will and Testament of Private James Robinson McDonald dated 7th April 1917:
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald 03192
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald 03191
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald The CWGC record Private James McDonald as the son of Mrs Margaret Jane McDonald,
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald Private James McDonald is commemorated locally on the WWI Roll of Honour in Aughnacloy Presbyterian Church.
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald Private James McDonald has no known grave and is commemorated on panel 95 of the Pozieres Memorial in France.
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald James was born on 2nd November 1895 in Doolargy, Carnteel, Aughnacloy. He was the oldest of three children.
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald James was born on 2nd November 1895 in Doolargy, Carnteel, Aughnacloy. He was the oldest of three children.
30/08/2021 Pte. James Robinson McDonald James Robinson McDonald was the oldest son of Thomas and Margaret Jane McDonald Thomas McDonald and Margaret Robinson were married on 11th January 1895 in the district of Dungannon.
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea 2nd Lieutenant Alexander McCrea is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea 2nd Lieutenant Alexander McCrea is buried in Ferme-Olivier Cemetery in Belgium, next to Lieutenant Saunders, the man whose life he was attempting to save. His inscription reads: TO MEMORY EVER DEAR FROM HIS WIFE & CHILDREN DEEPLY MOURNED
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea Sergeant Alexander McCrea arrived in the Balkans with the Royal Garrison Artillery / Royal Field Artillery on 24th July 1915.
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea Alexander’s mother, Margaret McCrea, died on 20th March 1893 in the Clogher area, aged 44.
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea Newspapers also report there was also a Thomas McCrea and a Robert McCrea (youngest son). These cannot be found on GRONI, nor in the census.
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea Known family: Alexander McCrea, Margaret McCrea, Alexander McCrea (born 18th April 1875), James McCrea (born 16th December 1876), Margaret McCrea (born 13th December 1878), John Jack McCrea (born 28th March 1881), Annie McCrea (born 19th April 1883), William McCrea (born 13th September 1885), Mary McCrea (born 10th November 1890).
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea Alexander McCrea was born on 18th April 1875. He was the oldest of aleast seven children, all born in the Clogher area.
28/08/2021 2nd Lt Alexander McCrea Alexander McCrea was the eldest son of Alexander and Margaret McCrea. Alexander McCrea and Margaret Ramsay were married on 31st December 1872 in the district of Dungannon.
28/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe 03190
28/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe 03189
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Private John McCombe, reported wounded, was Irish by birth. Private John R McCombe, reported in the casualty lists yesterday as having been wounded in action, was a resident of London for some years before he enlisted, and has two cousins in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, as well as a brother serving in the imperial forces. He was an employee of Scandrett Brothers, wholesale grocers. In London, he made his home with an uncle at 689 Colborne Street. One of his cousins, Private Andrew James Carson, is serving as a bomb thrower with the 1st Canadian Battalion. Another, Sapper Robert J Carson, is with the overseas draft of the Canadian engineers, now training in this city. Joseph W Carson, a third cousin, is employed at Scandrett’s now. Private McCombe was a member of Nassau Lodge L.O.L. No 2170, and of the Inniskillings Black Preceptory. He came from his home, County Tyrone, Ireland, some eight years ago, and had been resident in London and district ever since. A brother, Private Alex McCombe, iss now serving with the 9th Inniskilling Fusiliers, in the imperial service.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe 03188
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe From an unknown Canadian newspaper: Lived Here Some Years Before His Enlistment
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Although the Canadians have been moved back from the front line, casualty reports continue to come through. Joseph Carson, of 689 Colborne Street, was officially notified this morning that his son, Private Andrew James Carson, was killed in action on 21st November. Private Carson enlisted a year ago with the 33rd Battalion, but on his arrival in England was transferred to another battalion. He was 22 years old and before enlisting, was employed by the C S Hyman Company. Private Carson is survived by his father, two brothers, Joseph William and Robert J, and one sister, Sydney Margaret, all of this city. He was a member of Hackett Lodge L.O.L. No. 805, and of St Paul’s Cathedral. He was a native of County Tyrone, Ireland. Corporal J R McCombe, who resided with the Carson family prior to the war, and was killed in action two months ago, was a cousin. An uncle and another cousin are fighting with the 9th Inniskillings.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe 02918
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe From the London Advertiser (London, Ontario), unknown date: London Boy Killed in Action, Enlisted in 33rd Battalion
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Corporal J R McCombe, reported to have made the supreme sacrifice for the empire, went overseas with the 18th Battalion. Previous to enlisting, he resided with his uncle. Joseph Carson, 689 Colborne Street. Private McCombe was a member of Nassau Lodge L.O.L.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe 03187
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe From the Christmas Echo (Ontario) dated December 1916: Killed in Action
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe The CWGC record Corporal McCombe as the son of Robert and Jane McCombe of Tullyvernon, Clogher, County Tyrone, Ireland.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Corporal McCombe is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Another cousin, Sapper Robert J Carson, served with the overseas draft of the Canadian Engineers. Joseph W Carson. A third cousin was employed at Scandrett’s.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe One of his cousins, Private Andrew James Carson, was serving with the 1st Battalion of the Canadian Infantry when he was killed in action on 21st November 1916.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe His brother, Private Alexander McCombe, served with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Corporal John Robert McCombe was serving with the 18th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry (Western Ontario Regiment) when he died on 15th September 1916. He had initially been reported missing. His unit were involved in an attack south of Courcelette at the time.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe John enlisted on 2nd November 1914 at London, Ontario. He named his mother has his next of kin
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Prior to enlisting, he had worked as a clerk with Scandrett Brothers, a wholesale grocer based in London, Ontario. He lived with his uncle. Joseph Carson, at 689 Colborne Street, London.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Private McCombe was a member of a member of Nassau Lodge L.O.L. No 2170 and of , and of the Inniskillings Black Preceptory.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe John emigrated to Canada around 1908, where he settled in London, Ontario.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe The 1901 census does not list John as living with the family at house 2 in Tullycorker, Cecil, County Tyrone. His father was a farmer.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe Known family: Robert McCombe, Jane McCombe, Anne McCombe (born 3rd April 1873), John Robert McCombe (born 4th February 1879), Alexander McCombe (born 26th May 1882), Margaret S McCombe (born 12th September 1886).
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe John McCombe was born at Tullycorker, Clogher on 4th February 1879. He was one of four known children, all born in the Clogher area.
27/08/2021 Corp John Robert McCombe John Robert McCombe was the oldest son of Robert and Jane McCombe. Robert McCombe and Jane Cooke were married on 24th March 1872 in the district of Omagh.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt As no will was found, there were some problems in sorting out beneficiaries.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt Private Richard McCourt has no known grave and is commemorated on the Helles Memorial, on the tip of the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt Private Richard McCourt arrived in the Balkans with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 10th July 1915.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt There is a GRONI reference to the death of a Charlotte McCourt, age 22, just a few months later on 13th November 1914 in Belfast.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt Richard McCourt and Charlotte Wylie were married on 24th June 1914 in Belfast.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt Known family: James McCourt, Eliza McCourt, Margaret McCourt (born 6th May 1878, Benburb), Mary McCourt (born 4th September 1879, Benburb), Richard James McCourt (born 17th August 1890, Benburb), Thomas John McCourt (born 25th September 1893, Belfast).
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt It seems that by 1893, the family had moved to Belfast.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt Richard McCourt was born on 17th August 1890 in the Benburb area. He was one of at least four children.
27/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt Richard James McCourt was the son of James and Eliza McCourt. James McCourt and Elizabeth Conlan were married on 12th June 1877 in the district of Dungannon.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish 03184
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish 03183
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish 03182
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish It seems Thomas went to live the north of England.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Private Thomas McCornishis also commemorated on page 61/62 of the Northumberland Fusiliers Book or Remembrance, which is located in the Fusiliers Museum of Northumberland in the Abbot’s Tower at Alnwick Castle.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Private Thomas McCornish is buried and commemorated on Screen Wall H539 in Belfast City Cemetery.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Private Thomas McCornish died on 30th August 1918 in Belfast. He was 28 years old.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Private Thomas McCornish served with the 1st Battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Thomas McCornish originally enlisted with the Royal Irish Rifles, service number 9136.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish The 1907 Belfast Street directory lists three McComish families side by side on Paris Street. William was a flax dresser (No 16), Samuel was a labourer (No 20) and James McCornish was a flax dresser (No 22).
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish The 1901 census lists Thomas as age 11, living with the family at house 29 in Paris Street, Shankhill, Belfast. James McCornish was a flax dresser.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Known family: James McCornish, Mary McCornish, Unnamed son McCornish (born 14th February 1877), Matilda McCornish (born 6th June 1879), William McCornish (born 8th February 1882), John McCornish (born 7th January 1885), Mary Jane McCornish (born 9th April 1887), Thomas McCornish (born 30th April 1890).
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Thomas McCornish was born on 30th April 1890. He was the youngest of at least six children, all born in the Coalisland area.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Derivatives of the spelling of the surname are plentiful. They include: McComish, McCornish, McCormish, McComas, McComash. For simplicity, McCornish is used throughout.
25/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCornish Thomas McCornish was the youngest son of James and Mary McComish. Thomas McCornish and Mary Steenson were married on 28th July 1871 in the district of Dungannon.
24/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt 03186
24/08/2021 Pte. Richard McCourt 03185
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum 03178
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum 03179
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum 03177
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum In his will, William left all to his mother.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum All the residue of my estate. Not hereinbefore disposed of, I give devise and bequeath unto viz my personal effects tom my brother, John McCollum of Rosemount Farm, Delburne, Alberta and I nominate and appoint John McCollum of Rosemount Farm, Delburne, Alberta to be the executor of this, my will.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum All the above absolutely to my mother Martha McCollum of Clogher, County Tyrone, Ireland; and in the event of her predeceasing me, all to my younger brother Alfred McCollum of Clogher, County Tyrone, Ireland.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum The sum of $236, owing to me by my brother John McCollum of Rosemount Farm, Delburne, Alberta.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum The benefits accruing from my life insurance policy in the Federal Life Insurance Company of Canada (head office Hamilton, Canada), now amalgamated with the Sun Life Assurance company of Canada and are my interests in my lots numbered 4 and 5, block B section, 50 Map 1257, Royal Oak, British Columbia, and lot 3 block C section 23 Map 982, Oak Bay, Victoria.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum I revoke all former wills by me heretofore made and declare this only to be and contain my last will and testament. I direct all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses to be paid and satisfied by executor hereinafter named as soon as conveniently may be after my death. I give devise and bequeath all my real and personal estate of which I possess in the manner following:
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum 03181
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum 03180
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum Last will and testament of William McCollum of B Company of 137 O Battalion CEF. Sarcee in the province of Alberta on 11th August 1916.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum Private William McCollum is also commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum Private William McCollum is commemorated locally on the WWI tablet in St Macartan's Cathedral in Clogher.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum He was home in Tyrone on leave in January 1918.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum Private McCollum arrived in England on 30th August 1916.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum It seems William did quite well in Canada. In his will, see below, he had acquired several plots of land and had taken out life insurance.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum William’s brother, John McCollum, also emigrated to Canada and lived at Rosemount Farm, Delburne, Alberta.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum The 1911 census does not list William as living with the family at Clogher Tenements, Clogher. His father was a stone mason.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum Known family: James McCollum, Martha McCollum, William McCollum (born 9th January 1882, Clogher), Thomas McCollum (born 10th August 1886, Clogher), Alfred McCollum (born 21st December 1888, Clogher), John McCollum.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum William was born on the 9th January 1882 in Clogher . He was one four children.
24/08/2021 Pte. William McCollum William McCollum was the oldest known son of James and Martha McCollum. Martha’s maiden is spelt variously as Curry, Corry and Carry.
23/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCluskey The CWGC record Private Thomas McCluskey as the son of Thomas and Catherine McCluskey of Tullyvar, Ballygawley, County Tyrone.
23/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCluskey Private McCluskey has no known grave and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial in France.
23/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCluskey Private Thomas McCluskey arrived in France with the 6th (Servive) Battalion of the Connaught Rangers on 17th December 1915.
23/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCluskey Thomas McCluskey enlisted in Omagh. He was listed as living in Ballygorey, which is suspected to be Ballygawley.
23/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCluskey Family: Thomas McCluskey, Catherine McCluskey, James McCluskey (born 21st September 1889), Thomas McCluskey (born 24th October 1891), Margaret McCluskey (born 16th February 1894), John McCluskey (born 24th September 1896), Mary McCluskey (born 21st May 1899), Catherine McCloskey (born 5th June 1903).
23/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCluskey Thomas McCluskey was born on 24th October 1891. He was one of six children, all born in the general Caledon area.
23/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCluskey Thomas McCluskey was the son of Thomas and Catherine McCluskey (nee McKenna). They were both from Monaghan, so they have been married there.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas Harrison McClean The 1901 census lists Thomas H R as age 3 living with the family at house 15 in Mullaghateige, Drumaspil, Tyrone. His father was a farmer.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas Harrison McClean Family: John R B McClean, Emily M McClean, Frances Priscilla McClean (born 29th May 1893), Thomas Harrison R McClean (born 31st December 1897).
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas Harrison McClean Thomas McClean was born on 31st December 1897 in the Coalisland area. He had an older sister.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas Harrison McClean Thomas Harrison R McClean was the only son of John and Emily McClean. John R B McClean and Emily Patchell were married on 21st June 1892 in the district of Dungannon.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas Harrison McClean 03176
22/08/2021 Pte. George McCauley George attended Drumglass Boys National School, Dungannon.
22/08/2021 Pte. George McCauley Known family: Samuel McCauley, Mary McCauley, George McCauley (born 15th May 1896), Margaret M McCauley (born 13th March 1898), Mary Ellen McCauley (born about 1900), Elizabeth McCauley (born 20th July 1900), Samuel McCauley (born 24th September 1901), Annie McCauley (born 8th May 1903), Maud McCauley (born 9th June 1908, died 11th June 1908), Sarah McCauley (born 14th June 1910).
22/08/2021 Pte. George McCauley George McCauley was born on 15th May 1896 in Drumglass, Dungannon. He was one of nine children, all born in the Dungannon area.
22/08/2021 Pte. George McCauley Private George McCauley is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
22/08/2021 Pte. George McCauley Private George McCauley arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
22/08/2021 Pte. George McCauley George McCauley was the eldest son of Samuel and Mary McCauley. Samuel McCauley and Mary Reid were married on 20th February 1896 in the district of Dungannon.
22/08/2021 Sapper Joseph McCall 03175
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey 03174
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey Private Thomas McCaffrey is listed on page 64 of the Fivemiletown book, from which details and photo come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey Private Thomas McCaffrey is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey Private Thomas McCaffrey is buried in Aval Wood, just 48kms away from his brother Joseph McCaffrey, who was killed seven months earlier. His inscription reads: WE HAVE LOVED HIM IN LIFE LET US NOT FORGET HIM IN DEATH MAY HE REST IN PEACE
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey Private Thomas McCaffrey was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Irish Guards when he was killed in action on 14th April 1918 during the Kaiserslacht offensive. The dates seem to coincide with the defence of Nieppe Forest where it looks like the Irish Guards units in the area were all but wiped out.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey The 1911 census does not list Thomas as living with the family at house 6 in Kiltermon, Fivemiletown, Tyrone.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey The 1901 census records Thomas as age 12 living with the family at house 4 in Kiltermon, Fivemiletown, Tyrone. He was still at school. Thomas’ father was a farmer.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey Family: Thomas McCaffrey, Mary Anne McCaffrey, James McCaffrey (born 2nd July 1885), Patrick McCaffrey (born 26th January 1887), Thomas McCaffrey (born 12th January 1889), John McCaffrey (born 29th May 1891), Catherine Letitia McCaffrey (born 26th January 1893), William McCaffrey (born 23rd April 1894), Joseph Fred McCaffrey (born 4th January 1896).
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey Thomas McCaffrey was born on 12th January 1889. He was one of seven children, all born in Fivemiletown.
22/08/2021 Pte. Thomas McCaffrey Thomas McCaffrey was the son of Thomas and Mary Anne McCaffrey. Thomas McCaffrey and Mary Doherty were married on 19th November 1883 in the district of Dungannon.
22/08/2021 Pte. George McCauley Private George McCauley is buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. His inscription reads: GONE TO BE WITH THE LORD WHICH IS FAR BETTER
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey Private Joseph McCaffrey is listed on pages 54 and 55 of the Fivemiletown book, from which details and photo come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey Private Joseph McCaffrey is commemorated locally on Fivemiletown War Memorial.
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey 03173
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey In his will Joseph left all to his mother, who was living at Kiltermon, Fivemiletown.
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey His brother, Private Thomas McCaffrey, was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Irish Guards when he was killed in action on 14th April 1918 during the Kaiserslacht offensive, seven months later.
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey The 1911 census lists Joseph Fred as age 15 living with the family at house 6 in Kiltermon, Fivemiletown, Tyrone. He was working as a tailor’s apprentice.
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey The 1901 census records Joseph as age 5 living with the family at house 4 in Kiltermon, Fivemiletown, Tyrone. He was at school. Thomas’ father was a farmer.
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey Known family: Thomas McCaffrey, Mary Anne McCaffrey, James McCaffrey (born 2nd July 1885), Patrick McCaffrey (born 26th January 1887), Thomas McCaffrey (born 12th January 1889), John McCaffrey (born 29th May 1891), Catherine Letitia McCaffrey (born 26th January 1893), William McCaffrey (born 23rd April 1894), Joseph Fred McCaffrey (born 4th January 1896).
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey Joseph Fred McCaffrey was born on 4th January 1896. He was the youngest of seven children, all born in Fivemiletown.
21/08/2021 Pte. Joseph McCaffrey Joseph Fred McCaffrey was the youngest son of Thomas and Mary Anne McCaffrey. Thomas McCaffrey and Mary Doherty were married on 19th November 1883 in the district of Dungannon.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe 03172
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe 03171
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe The CWGC record Rifleman Robert McCabe as the son of Henry and Jane McCabe of 3 Green Hill, Lambeg, County Down.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Rifleman McCabe is buried in Lambeg Parish Church graveyard. The headstone inscription reads: UNTIL THE DAY BREAK AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Robert was one of four brothers who served in the war. At the time of his death, two of them had already been discharged. The fourth, Jack McCabe, who was also serving with the Royal Irish Rifles, arrived home on leave on the day that Robert died. Another brother, Samuel, was involved in transport work.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Rifleman Robert McCabe died at the County Antrim Infirmary in Lisburn on 18th October 1917. He died from the effects of gas poisoning and internal injuries received on active service.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Robert was brought back to hospital in England where he was operated on. He returned home to Lisburn and discharged on 8th October 1917.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Rifleman McCabe was wounded at the front in September / October 1917.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Rifleman McCabe embarked for France with the Royal Irish Rifles from Bordon, Hampshire, England on 6th October 1915.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe The 1911 census lists Robert as age 22 living with the family at house 59 in Tullynacross, Drumbeg, Down. He was working as a linen weaver.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Drumbeg and Lambeg lies north east of Lisburn, mid way between Lisburn and Belfast.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe The 1901 census records Robert McCabe as age 13 living with the family at house 82 in Tullynacross, Drumbeg, County Down. He was still at school. His father was a linen beetler.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Family: Henry McCabe, Jane McCabe, Thomas McCabe (born 14th May 1877, Loughgall), Henry McCabe (born 20th February 1879, Loughgall), John McCabe (born 19th December 1880, Loughgall), David Thomas McCabe (born 31st August 1882, Loughgall; died 12th April 1899, Lisburn), Joseph McCabe (born 14th July 1884, Loughgall), Lizzie J McCabe (born about 1886), Robert Daniel McCabe (born 22nd January 1888, Dungannon), James McCabe (born 31st May 1889, Dungannon, died 10th January 1891, age 1), Samuel McCabe (born 10th February 1891, Dungannon), Alfred McCabe (born 13th February 1893, Dungannon), Edith McCabe (born 3rd February 1895, Dungannon), Mary ‘Minnie’ McCabe (born 1st January 1897, Dungannon), Ernest McCabe (born 22nd December 1898, Ballyclare, died 28th December 1898).
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Around 1897 they moved to the Lisburn area, presumably because their father worked in the ever diminishing linen industry.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe The family lived initially in the Moy- Loughgall area. By 1888 they were living in Dungannon.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Robert McCabe was born on 22nd January 1888 in Moy, near Dungannon. He was one of thirteen children.
21/08/2021 R/man Robert McCabe Robert Daniel McCabe was the son of Henry and Jane McCabe. Henry McCabe and Jane Greenwood were married on 4th May 1876 in the district of Armagh.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee Little is known of his early life. Below is a link to a census listing to a John K McAtee, who by 1911 was age 23 and living with his grandmother Hannah at house 18 in Lisky Hill, Fintona, County Tyrone. He was a farm labourer.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee Private John McAtee is listed on page 29 of the Fivemiletown book, from which details come from. Many thanks to Mark Byers for the information.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee The CWGC record Private John McAtee as the son of James and Mary Anne Kernaghan McAtee. He is also listed as the husband of the late Mary Blair McAtee.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee Private John McAtee has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. 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.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee Private John McAtee was serving with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he was killed in action on the first day of the Battle of the Somme on Saturday 1st July 1916.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee Private John McAtee arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee John enlisted at Finner Camp in County Donegal.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee John McAtee was the husband of the late Mary Blair McAtee.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee John Kernaghan McAtee was born about 1893 in Clabby near Fivemiletown.
20/08/2021 Pte. John Kernaghan McAtee John Kernaghan McAtee was the son of James and Mary Anne Kernaghan McAtee
20/08/2021 Q/Master George Herbert McAllan Known family: Alexander McAllan, Marion McAllan, Laura McAllan (born 7th January 1877, Belfast), George Herbert McAllan (born 2nd February 1878, Belfast), Ethel Alice McAllan (born 10th April 1880, Belfast), Albert Ernest McAllan (born about 1887, Monaghan).
20/08/2021 Q/Master George Herbert McAllan George McAllan was born in Belfast on 2nd February 1879. He was second of sic children, five surviving.
20/08/2021 Q/Master George Herbert McAllan Many thanks to Paul Kerr and the Royal School Dungannon for his research and all the information and photos provided. Private Charles Frederick Marshall is listed on page 41 of the Royal School Dungannon WWI book
20/08/2021 Q/Master George Herbert McAllan George Herbert McAllan was the eldest son of Alexander and Marion McAllan (nee Ayre). Both were Scottish so it is presumed they were married in Scotland.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon 03170
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon 03169
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Private Hugh McAlindon is buried in Vermelles British Cemetery in France. His inscription simply reads R.I.P.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon He enlisted in 1915, and went out to France shortly after the New Year in January 1916.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Prior to the war Hugh was employed as a helper in Messrs Russell & Co dockyard.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Hugh McAlindon and Ruth McAlindon were married. They lived at 5 Huntly Street, Port Glasgow.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Alex McAlindon, Hugh’s father, was a fitter’s helper and lived at 6 Victoria Street, Port Glasgow.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon There is no sign of the family on the 1901 census, so it presumed they had moved to Scotland by that time.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Known family: Alexander McAlindon, Catherine McAlindon, Hugh McAlindon (born 1st October 1888, Coalisland).
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Hugh McAlindon was born on 1st October 1888 in Coalisland.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Hugh McAlindon was the son of Alexander and Catherine McAlindon. Alexander McAlindon and Catherine McAtamney on 22nd May 1886 in the district of Dungannon.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Inserted by his sorrowing wife and children, 82 Bay Street.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon His memory we will keep.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon But treasured in our inmost hearts
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon No eyes can see us weep
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon ‘We think of him in silence
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon McALINDEN – Killed in action in France on 29th April, Private Hugh McAlindon, aged 27 years, of Royal Dublin Fusiliers, beloved husband of Ruth McAlinden. R.I.P.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon 03168
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon From the Port Glasgow Express dated May 1917: In Memorial
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Inserted by his widow, 5 Huntly Street.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon I will remember thee’
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon But as long as life and memory last,
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon In a grave I shall never see
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Sleep on, dear Hugh, and take thy rest,
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon To those he loved so well
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon No words of comfort could he leave
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon To bid a last farewell
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon ‘No loved ones stood around him,
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon McALINDEN – Killed in action in France on 29th April, Private Hugh McAlindon, aged 27 years, of Royal Dublin Fusiliers, beloved husband of Ruth McAlinden. R.I.P.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon 03167
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon From the Port Glasgow Express dated May 1916: Deaths on Service
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Mrs Hugh McAlindon, residing at 5 Huntly Street, has received official intimation that her husband, Hugh McAlindon of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, has been killed in action in France. He was a son of Mr Alex McAlindon, fitter’s helper, 6 Victoria Street, and before the war was employed as a helper in Messrs Russell & Co Dockyard. The deceased was a member of St John’s congregation and was twenty-seven years of age. He enlisted six months age, and went out to France shortly after the New Year.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon 03165
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon From the Port Glasgow Express dated May 1916: Port Lad Killed in Action
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon Private Hugh McAlindon, of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, killed in action in France. He was a son of Mr Alex McAlindon, fitter’s helper, 6 Victoria Street, and is survived by his widow, who resides at 5 Huntly Street. He was a member of St John’s congregation and before the war was employed in Messrs Russell & Co Dockyard.
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon 03166
19/08/2021 Pte. Hugh McAlindon From the Port Glasgow Express dated 24th May 1916:
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer Trimmer Owen McAleer has no known grave and is commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial, which commemorates the men and women of the Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleets who died in the war.
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer Owen McAleer found work as a trimmer on the S.S. Hunsdon.
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer Speculated family: Owen McAleer, Susan Mary McAleer, Eileen McAleer (born 30th December 1914), Mona McAleer (born 27th May 1917).
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer Owen McAleer and Susan Finlay were married on 21st December 1914 in Belfast.
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer The 1911 census lists Owen as age 22 living with the family at house 5 in Park Road (East Side), Dungannon, County Tyrone. He was working as a blacksmith.
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer The 1901 census records Owen as age 13 living with the family at house 1 in Park Road, Dungannon. He was still at school. His mother Mary was a widow and worked as a house keeper and domestic servant.
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer Known family: Mary McAleer, Mary Agnes McAleer (born 4th June 1882), Alice McAleer (born 30th April 1884), Owen McAleer (born 3rd December 1888).
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer Owen was born on 3rd December 1888 in Dungannon. He was one of three surviving children of six. There must have been at least two McAleer-Donaghy families in Dungannon at that time.
19/08/2021 Trimmer Owen McAleer Owen McAleer was the son of Mary McAleer (nee Donaghy).
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye 03164
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye 03163
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye 03162
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye 03161
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye Alexander Maye enlisted on 10th February 1919.
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye His remains were brought home and Private Maye is buried in Mountjoy Roman Catholic Churchyard. He is buried in the family plot. He is not named, nor is there a CWGC gravestone.
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye Private Alexander Maye was serving with the Reserve Cavalry Regiment when he died of influenza / pneumonia at the Curragh Camp Military Hospital at Naas, County Kildare on 21st March 1919.
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye The 1911 census records that the family now lived at Clintycracken, Mountjoy, Tyrone. Alexander was 14 years old and still at school. Alexander’s father had died.
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye The 1901 census shows 3 year old Alexander May living with the family at 3 in Drumhubbert, Ballyclog, County Tyrone. His father John was an agricultural labourer.
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye Known family: John Maye, Alice Maye, Annie Kate Maye (born 25th December 1880), Mary Maye (born 29th November 1883), James Maye (born 15th February 1886), Sarah Maye (born 30th October 1887), John Maye (born 6th May 1889), Alice Maye (born 20th March 1891), Margaret Maye (born 12th January 1894), Ellen Maye (born 21st January 1896), Alexander Maye (born 16th May 1897), Patrick Maye (born 13th April 1899), Peter Maye (born 8th March 1901), Joseph Maye (born 27th December 1904).
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye Alexander Maye was born on 16th May 1897. He was one of at least twelve children, all born in the in the Brockagh – Stewartstown area.
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye The family name was initially spelt May. However, by 1911, the spelling had changed to Maye. Because ‘Maye’ is on the headstone, this spelling has been chosen.
19/08/2021 Pte. Alexander Maye Alexander Maye was the son of John and Alice May. John May and Alice Morgan were married on 31st October 1879 in the district of Cookstown.
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 10830 Private R Mossey, No. 3 Company, bullet wound, 7th March 1916. His mother Mrs Eliza Mossey, lives at Main Street, Augher, Tyrone. Private Mossey joined the battalion soon after the outbreak of war.
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03160
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey From the Tyrone Constitution dated 7th April 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Samuel David Mossey)
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Private Richard Mossey, No 3 Company, 9th Royal Inniskillings (Tyrone Volunteers), has been wounded. He is a native of the Clogher Valley district and he had been for several years a shop assistant in the employment of Messrs Richard Richardson Limited, Dungannon. He was one of the first Dungannon men to volunteer, joining the 6th Battalion Royal Inniskillings and afterwards being transferred to the 9th Battalion, to be in touch with many of his former companions. He was an active member of Dungannon Young Men’s Society and also of A company, Dungannon U.V.F. He is the first local man injured since the Ulster Division went to the front.
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03159
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 25th March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Samuel David Mossey)
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Private Richard Mossey, 9th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who has been wounded in France, belongs to the Clogher Valley district, and was formerly a shop assistant employed by Messrs Richardson Limited, Dungannon. Private Mossey was one of the first to volunteer at Dungannon, and joined the 6th Inniskillings, afterwards transferred to the 9th. He was a prominent member of A company, Dungannon Battalion U.V.F., and alos connected with the Young Men’s Society.
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03158
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey From the Tyrone Constitution dated 24th March 1916: Clogher Valley Man Wounded - Richard Mossey (brother of Samuel David Mossey)
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey The following N.C.O.’s and men have been wounded: 10830 Private R Mossey, No. 3 Company.
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03157
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey From the Tyrone Constitution dated 24th March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Samuel David Mossey)
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Saturday’s casualty list contained the name of Private Richard Mossey, 9th Inniskilling Fusiliers), who has been wounded in France. He belongs to the Clogher Valley district, and was formerly a shop assistant in the employment of Messrs R Richardson Limited, Dungannon. Private Mossey was one of the first to volunteer at Dungannon, and joined the 6th Inniskillings, being afterwards transferred to the 9th. He was a prominent member of the U.V.F.
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03156
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey From the Tyrone Courier dated 23rd March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Samuel David Mossey)
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Private Richard Mossey, 9th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (County Tyrone Volunteers), has been wounded in France. He belongs to the Clogher Valley district, and was formerly employed by Messrs. Richardson Limited, Dungannon.
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03155
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey From the Belfast Newsletter dated 20th March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Samuel David Mossey)
18/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Samuel’s brother, Private Richard Mossey, also served. He was injured in March 1916.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Thomas’ brother Private Richard Mossey, also served. He was injured in March 1916.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 10830 Private R Mossey, No. 3 Company, bullet wound, 7th March 1916. His mother Mrs Eliza Mossey, lives at Main Street, Augher, Tyrone. Private Mossey joined the battalion soon after the outbreak of war.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 03160
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey From the Tyrone Constitution dated 7th April 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Thomas Mossey)
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Private Richard Mossey, No 3 Company, 9th Royal Inniskillings (Tyrone Volunteers), has been wounded. He is a native of the Clogher Valley district and he had been for several years a shop assistant in the employment of Messrs Richard Richardson Limited, Dungannon. He was one of the first Dungannon men to volunteer, joining the 6th Battalion Royal Inniskillings and afterwards being transferred to the 9th Battalion, to be in touch with many of his former companions. He was an active member of Dungannon Young Men’s Society and also of A company, Dungannon U.V.F. He is the first local man injured since the Ulster Division went to the front.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 03159
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 25th March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Thomas Mossey)
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Private Richard Mossey, 9th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who has been wounded in France, belongs to the Clogher Valley district, and was formerly a shop assistant employed by Messrs Richardson Limited, Dungannon. Private Mossey was one of the first to volunteer at Dungannon, and joined the 6th Inniskillings, afterwards transferred to the 9th. He was a prominent member of A company, Dungannon Battalion U.V.F., and alos connected with the Young Men’s Society.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 03158
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey From the Tyrone Constitution dated 24th March 1916: Clogher Valley Man Wounded - Richard Mossey (brother of Thomas Mossey)
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey The following N.C.O.’s and men have been wounded: 10830 Private R Mossey, No. 3 Company.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 03157
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey From the Tyrone Constitution dated 24th March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Thomas Mossey)
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Saturday’s casualty list contained the name of Private Richard Mossey, 9th Inniskilling Fusiliers), who has been wounded in France. He belongs to the Clogher Valley district, and was formerly a shop assistant in the employment of Messrs R Richardson Limited, Dungannon. Private Mossey was one of the first to volunteer at Dungannon, and joined the 6th Inniskillings, being afterwards transferred to the 9th. He was a prominent member of the U.V.F.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 03156
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey From the Tyrone Courier dated 23rd March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Thomas Mossey)
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Private Richard Mossey, 9th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (County Tyrone Volunteers), has been wounded in France. He belongs to the Clogher Valley district, and was formerly employed by Messrs. Richardson Limited, Dungannon.
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 03155
18/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey From the Belfast Newsletter dated 20th March 1916: Richard Mossey (brother of Thomas Mossey)
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Private Thomas Mossey arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey 03151
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey The CWGC record Private Thomas James Mossey as the son of David and Eliza Mossey of Augher, County Tyrone.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Private Thomas Mossey is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial as Thomas Mossey of Augher.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey The 1911 census records that Thomas no longer lived with the family. His mother still lived in Main Street, Augher. She worked as a washerwoman.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Thomas’ father died in the Clogher area on 4th September 1907, age 50.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey The 1901 census records Thomas as 5 years old, living with the family at Main Street, Augher. Thomas’s father, David, is a farm labourer.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Known family: David Mossey, Eliza Mossey, Eliza Lizzie Mossey (born 5th August 1889), David Samuel Mossey (born 22nd February 1891), Francis Harry Mossey (born 4th September 1893), Thomas James Mossey (born 12th August 1895), Richard Mossey (born 30th December 1898).
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Thomas Mossey was born in Augher, County Tyrone on 12th August 1895. He one of five children, all born in the Clogher area.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Thomas James Mossey was the eldest son of David and Eliza Mossey. David Mossey and Eliza Patterson were married on 28th May 1889 in the district of Dungannon.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03154
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03153
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey 03152
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey The CWGC record Lance Sergeant David Samuel Massey as the son of Mrs Eliza Massey of Augher, County Tyrone. He is also listed as being the husband of Nora Massey (nee Patterson) of Liverpool.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Lance Sergeant David Samuel Massey is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial as Samuel Mossey of Augher.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Lance Sergeant Samuel David Massey has no known grave and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial to the Missing in Belgium.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Samuel Massey’s brother, Thomas Mossey, also died in the First World War.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Lance Sergeant David Samuel Massey was serving with the 4th Battalion of the King's (Liverpool Regiment) when he was killed in action on 26th September 1917.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Private Samuel Massey arrived in France with the Liverpool Regiment on 31st March 1915.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey David Massey enlisted in Liverpool.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey At some point David became the husband of Nora Massey (nee Patterson), of Liverpool.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey The 1911 census records that David no longer lived with the family. His mother still lived in Main Street, Augher. She worked as a washerwoman.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey David’s father died in the Clogher area on 4th September 1907, age 50.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey The 1901 census records David S as 10 years old. The family is living at Main Street, Augher. David’s father was a farm labourer.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey Known family: David Mossey, Eliza Mossey, Eliza Lizzie Mossey (born 5th August 1889), David Samuel Mossey (born 22nd February 1891), Francis Harry Mossey (born 4th September 1893), Thomas James Mossey (born 12th August 1895), Richard Mossey (born 30th December 1898).
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey David Mossey was born in Augher, County Tyrone 22nd February 1891. He the second of five children, all born in the Clogher area.
17/08/2021 L/Sgt David Samuel Massey David Samuel Mossey was the eldest son of David and Eliza Mossey. David Mossey and Eliza Patterson were married on 28th May 1889 in the district of Dungannon.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey 03150
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Private Massey arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Private Archibald Massey is also commemorated on Drumbeg Parish Church of Ireland Roll of Honour. Drumbeg is near Lisburn.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Private Archibald Massey is commemorated locally on Clogher War Memorial as Archibald Mossey of Augher.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Private Archibald Massey has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Private Archibald Massey was serving with the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he was killed in action on the first day of the Battle of the Somme on Saturday 1st July 1916.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Archibald Massey enlisted in Clogher.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Family: Archibald Massey, Sarah Massey, Mary Minnie Massey (born 7th September 1904, Belfast), William Massey (born 5th January 1908, Dunmurray), Elizabeth Massey (born 26th May 1911, Dunmurray), Sarah Massey (born 26th July 1912, Dunmurray), Ina Massey (born 21st July 1913, Dunmurray), Archibald Massey (born 12th October 1914, Dunmurray).
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey The 1911 census records Archie Massey as 29 years old, living with his young family at Main Street, Augher. They have two children. Archie was still a postman.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Archibald Massey and Sarah Godfrey were married on 13th August 1902 in Belfast.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey The 1901 census records Archie Mossey as 19 years old, living at Main Street, Augher. Archie was a postman. He is listed as living with his ‘mother’ Elizabeth. However, Elizabeth was 70 years old and unlikely to be his mother.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Archibald Massey went to Friends School Lisburn (to be confirmed)
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey The spelling of the family name was Mossey. He later used the Massey spelling.
17/08/2021 Pte. Archibald Massey Archibald Massey was born in Augher on 26th May 1881.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall Private George Marshall is commemorated locally on the WWI Roll of Honour plaque in Brantry Church of Ireland and also on Dungannon War Memorial.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall George’s brother Thomas also served. Lance Corporal Thomas Marshall, of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, became a prisoner of war and survived the war.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall Private Marshall arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 5th October 1915.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall The 1911 census shows the family still living at Legane, Ballymagran, Tyrone. George was 16 years old. They were a farming family.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall Family: Thomas Charles Walter Marshall, Isabella Marshall, Margaret Elizabeth Marshall (born 31st August 1891, Belfast), Mary Ann Marshall (born 11th February 1893, Belfast) , George Marshall (born 26th October 1894, Belfast), Thomas Marshall (born 28th June 1896, Belfast), Hugh Marshall (born 17th January 1898, Belfast), James Hill Marshall (born 25th September 1899, Belfast), Phoebe Isabel Marshall (born 23rd January 1901, Ballymagran), Robert Marshall (born 26th June 1902, Ballymagran), Charles Walter Marshall (born 14th August 1903, Ballymagran), Ethel Maria Marshall (born 8th January 1906, Ballymagran), Edith Marshall (born 19th September 1907, Ballymagran).
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall The 1901 census records the family as living with George’s uncle (also called George) in Legane, Ballymagran, Tyrone. George was 6 years old. His father was a farmer. His uncle was a farmer and rate collector.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall Around 1900 the family moved to Legane House, Legane, Dungannon where he was raised.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall George Marshall was born on 26th October 1894 in Belfast. He was one of twelve children.
17/08/2021 Pte. George Marshall George Marshall was the eldest son of Thomas Charles Walter and Isabella Marshall. Thomas Marshall and Isabella Caddoo were married on 2nd October 1890 in the district of Dungannon.
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Private Thomas James Mossey is buried in Authuile Military Cemetery. His inscription reads: TRUE UNTIL DEATH
17/08/2021 Pte. Thomas James Mossey Private Thomas Mossey was serving with ‘C’ company, in the 9th Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he was killed in action at Authuile, in the Somme region, on 8th May 1916.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Many thanks to Kenny Farquhar, who provided both the name and all the information here.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Private Mulholland arrived in France with the Royal Scots on 5th November 1914.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland The CWGC record Private Robert Mulholland as the son of Mr and Mrs Robert Mulholland of 1564 Locust Avenue, Long Beach, California, U.S.A
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Private Robert Mulholland is commemorated locally on the WWI Roll of Honour in St John Parish Church in Caledon.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland His next of kin would have received his medals which included the 1914/15 Star, Victory Medal and British War Medal.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Private Robert Mulholland has no known grave and is commemorated on Panel 4 of the Le Touret Memorial in Pas de Calais, France.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Private Robert Mulholland was serving with the 8th Battalion of the Royal Scots when he was killed in action in France and Flanders on the 16th May 1915.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Robert Mulholland enlisted in Peebles, Scotland.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland The 1911 census lists Robert as age 24, living with the family at house 19 in Mullan, Figullar, County Monaghan. Mullan lies just west of Caledon. Robert was working as a power loom tuner. His father was a power loom tuner foreman.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland The 1901 census lists Robert as age 14, living with the family at house 12 in Mill Street, Caledon, County Tyrone. Robert had left school and was working as a power loom tuner apprentice. His father was a power loom tuner.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Known family: Robert P Mulholland, Martha Mulholland, Robert Mulholland (born 3rd August 1886, Randalstown), James Mulholland (born 15th November 1887, Randalstown), William Joseph Mulholland (born 8th November 1889, Caledon), Annie M Mulholland (born 1st May 1891, Caledon), Eleanor Jane Mulholland (born 21st August 1893, Caledon), Mary Jane Mulholland (born 27th February 1895, Caledon), Victoria Maud Mulholland (born 9th February 1897, Caledon), John Alex Mulholland (born 25th January 1899, Caledon).
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Around 1888, the family moved to the Caledon area.
16/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Robert Mulholland was born in Randalstown on 3rd August 1886. He was the eldest of at least nine children.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland 03149
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland 03148
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland 03146
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland 03147
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Mulholland Robert Mulholland was the eldest son of Robert and Martha Mulholland. Robert Mulholland and Martha Lynn were married on 26th December 1885 in the district of Antrim.
15/08/2021 Pte. Charles Frederick Marshall Many thanks to Paul Kerr and the Royal School Dungannon for his research and all the information provided. Private Charles Frederick Marshall is listed on page 40 of the Royal School Dungannon WWI book
15/08/2021 Pte. Charles Frederick Marshall Private Charles Frederick Marshall arrived in France with the Royal Munster Fusiliers on 17th December 1915.
15/08/2021 Pte. Charles Frederick Marshall Charles’s mother died when he was young. The best fit that can be found on GRONI is a Mary Marshall who died on 12th July 1893 in Omagh, aged 36
15/08/2021 Pte. Charles Frederick Marshall Family: Charles Marshall, Mary Marshall, Robert Lyons Marshall (born 11th March 1887), William Forbes Marshall (born 8th May 1888), Charles Frederick Marshall (born 17th August 1889).
15/08/2021 Pte. Charles Frederick Marshall Charles Frederick was born on 17th August 1889. Charles was the youngest of three children, all born in the Omagh area.
15/08/2021 Pte. Charles Frederick Marshall Charles Frederick Marshall was the youngest son of Charles and Mary Marshall. Charles Marshall and Mary Forbes were married on 1st January 1886 in the district of Omagh.
15/08/2021 L/Corp William MacLurg The family moved to Toronto in Canada in 1913. On 7th July 1913, Rev Alexander. MacLurg, M.A., of Ardstraw Presbyterian Church,received the call from Cowan Avenue Presbyterian Church, Toronto.
15/08/2021 2nd Lt Joseph Marsh Joseph Marsh was on born 15th January 1892. He was one of eight children, all born in the Newmills area.
15/08/2021 2nd Lt Joseph Marsh Joseph Marsh was the third son of Samuel James and Annie Marsh (nee Marsh).
15/08/2021 2nd Lt Joseph Marsh Second Lieutenant Joseph Marsh is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
15/08/2021 2nd Lt Joseph Marsh Second Lieutenant Joseph Marsh has no known grave and is commemorated on panel 10 on the Cambrai Memorial at Louverval, France
15/08/2021 2nd Lt Joseph Marsh 03145
15/08/2021 2nd Lt Joseph Marsh 03144
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe By the time of 1911 census, the family had moved to Newry, County Down. Robert was no longer living with the family. His mother was now a widow.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe The 1901 census records Robert as 7 years old. The family were living in Ravellea, Aughnacloy. Mary Marlow is listed as married, but her husband is not resident at that time.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe Known family: Mary Anne Marlow, Michael Marlow (born 21st July 1879), Joseph Henry Marlow (born 24th August 1888), Margaret Jane Marlow (born about 1891), Robert Marlow (born about 1894).
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe Robert was born in Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone about 1894.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe It seems Mary Anne’s husband, Michael Marlow, died on 3rd January 1879 in the Clogher district, aged 25.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe They had one child. Michael Marlow was born 21st July 1879 in the Aughnacloy area.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe Michael Marlow and Mary Ann Foster were married on 22nd February 1878 in the district of Dungannon.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe Robert Marlow was the son of Mrs Mary Anne Marlowe. She initially married Michael Marlow.
15/08/2021 Pte. Robert Marlowe The following, down to the birth of Robert, is pure speculation!
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe By the time of 1911 census, the family had moved to Newry, County Down. Joseph was no longer living with the family. His mother was a widow.
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe The 1901 census records Joseph as 12 years old, living with the family at house 4 in Ravellea, Aughnacloy Urban. He was still at school.
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe Known family: Mary Anne Marlow, Michael Marlow (born 21st July 1879), Joseph Henry Marlow (born 24th August 1888), Margaret Jane Marlow (born about 1891), Robert Marlow (born about 1894).
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe Joseph Henry Marlowe was born in Aughnacloy, County Tyrone on 24th August 1888, according to his Canadian attestation papers. However, no GRONI record can be found to confirm this.
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe It seems Mary Anne’s husband, Michael Marlow, died on 3rd January 1879 in the Clogher district, aged 25.
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe They had on child. Michael Marlow was born 21st July 1879 in the Aughnacloy area.
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe Michael Marlow and Mary Ann Foster were married on 22nd February 1878 in the district of Dungannon.
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe Joseph Marlow was the son of Mrs Mary Anne Marlowe. She initially married Michael Marlow.
15/08/2021 Trooper Joseph Henry Marlowe The following, down to the birth of Joseph, is pure speculation!
15/08/2021 2nd Lt Joseph Marsh Second Lieutenant Joseph Marsh is also commemorated on Newmills LOL 183 Roll of Honour and on the WWI Roll of Honour in Newmills Parish Church.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) The CWGC record Lance Corporal Francis Madden as the son of James Madden. He is also recorded as the husband of Josephine McIntyre (formerly Madden), of 2 Salisbury Square, Edinburgh. The CWGC note that he served as CAMPBELL.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) Lance Corporal Francis Madden has no known grave and is commemorated on Panel 42 of the Menin Gate Memorial at Ypres in Belgium.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) Lance Corporal Francis Madden was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Irish Fusiliers when he was killed in action on Sunday 14th March 1915.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) Private Francis Madden arrived in France with the Royal Irish Fusiliers on 19th December 1914.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) Francis enlisted in Belfast. He served as Francis Campbell.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) It is believed Francis Madden married Josephine Slane on 19th July 1907 in Belfast. They had one child. Agnes Madden was born on 26th January 1908 in Belfast.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) Francis Madden was born in Dungannon about 1880.
13/08/2021 L/Corp Francis Madden (aka Campbell) Francis Madden was the son of James Madden.
13/08/2021 Maj William Ingram MacAuley As a result of the administration oh his estate, his father was left £189.
13/08/2021 Maj William Ingram MacAuley Known family: Christopher James Macauley, Margaret G. Macauley, William Ingham Macauley (born about 1879).
13/08/2021 Maj William Ingram MacAuley William was born in Belfast about 1879.
13/08/2021 Maj William Ingram MacAuley William Ingham Macauley was the only son of Christopher James and Margaret Macauley.
13/08/2021 Maj William Ingram MacAuley Major William Macauley is buried in Bapaume Australian Cemetery, in the Pas De Calais region of France. His inscription reads: BELOVED BY ALL WHO KNEW HIM
13/08/2021 Maj William Ingram MacAuley On 16th August 1914 Captain Macauley went to France with the Army Veterinary Corps, attached to the 2nd Dragoon Guards (the Queen’s Bays).
12/08/2021 Sgt. William Edward Lynn Sergeant William Edward Lynn is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
12/08/2021 Sgt. William Edward Lynn Sergeant William Lynn arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 22nd February 1915.
12/08/2021 Driver Robert Lynn 03143
12/08/2021 Driver Robert Lynn Driver Robert Lynn is commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
12/08/2021 Driver Robert Lynn Driver Robert Lynn arrived in France with the Royal Field Artillery on 11th September 1914.
12/08/2021 Pte. John Lynn Private John Lynn arrived in France with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers on 18th March 1915.
11/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. Bombardier James Lynn was awarded the Military Medal for conspicuous bravery at La Chapelle during the First Battle of Ypres on 21st October 1914, by keeping up communication between the Infantry and the Artillery and for devotion to duty.
11/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. Gunner James W Lynn arrived in France with the 2nd Brigade of the Royal Field Artillery on 11th September 1914.
11/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. 03142
11/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. 03141
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay Sergeant Marshall Coulter MacAulay is buried in St Quentin Cabaret Military Cemetery, ten kilometres south of Ypres in Belgium.
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay Corporal Marshall MacAulay arrived in France with the Royal Irish Rifles on either 4th or 7th October 1915.
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay The 1911 census records Marshall MacAulay as age 22 still living with the family in Castlesaunderson, County Cavan. Marshall worked as a gardener and domestic Servant. His father was a Land Steward. His brother was a gamekeeper.
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay The 1901 family records Marshall as age 12 living with the family at house 6 in Castlesaunderson, County Cavan. Marshall was still at school. His father was a gamekeeper.
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay Known family: Michael J MacAulay, Martha MacAulay, David John MacAulay (born 26th April 1884, Ballycastle?), Martha MacAulay (born 26th November 1885, Caledon?), Frances MacAulay (born 13th April 1888, Caledon), Marshall Coulter MacAulay (born 23rd July 1889, Caledon), Thomas MacAulay (born 4th November 1891, Caledon), Florence MacAulay (born about 1894).
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay Marshall MacAulay was born on 23rd July 1889 in Caledon, County Tyrone. He was one of seven children, four surviving.
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay Marshall Coulter MacAulay was the son of Michael John MacAulay and Martha MacAulay (nee Coulter).
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay 03140
11/08/2021 Sgt. Marshall MacAulay The CWGC record Sergeant Marshall Coulter MacAulay as the son of M J and Martha MacAulay of Woodspeen West, Newbury, Berkshire, England. He is listed as being a native of Belturbet, County Cavan.
10/08/2021 Pte. Joshua Holland Private Joshua Holland has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. 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.
10/08/2021 R/man George Hoey Known family: James Hoey, Rachel Hoey, Samuel Hoey (born 18th June 1868, Loughgall), Margaret Hoey (born 1st May 1872, Loughgall), George Hoey (born about 1876).
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons The CWGC record Captain William Thomas Lyons as the son of Martha Lyons of 21 Kerrsland Drive, Strandtown, Belfast, and the late William Lyons.
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons Captain William Lyons is one of two W T Lyons listed on Queens University War Memorial.
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons 03139
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons Captain Lyons arrived in France with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers on 7th October 1915.
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons It seems the family moved to the Loughgall area of County Armagh about 1887.
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons William went to the Methodist College in Belfast.
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons Family: William Lyons, Martha Lyons, William Thomas Lyons (born 25th July 1880, Belfast), Martha Isobel Lyons (born 21st September 1882, Belfast), John Lyons (born 2nd August 1886, Belfast), Catherine Jane Lyons (born 17th October 1888, Loughgall), Alice Elizabeth Lyons (born 29th January 1891, Loughgall), Agnes Mary Lyons (born 18th January 1894, Loughgall).
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons William Lyons was born on 25th July 1880 in Belfast. He was the oldest of six children.
08/08/2021 Capt William Thomas Lyons William Thomas Lyons was the eldest son of William and Martha Lyons. William Lyons and Martha Campbell were married on 12th June 1879 in Belfast.
08/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. The CWGC record Sergeant James Lynn M.M. as the son of James and Elizabeth Lynn of Mousetown, Coalisland, County Tyrone. His is listed as being one of four brothers who died on service, two of whom are buried in Belgium, one in France and the fourth in Israel.
08/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. Sergeant James Lynn M.M. is also commemorated locally on Dungannon War Memorial.
08/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. Sergeant James Lynn M.M. is buried at Haifa War Cemetery in Israel. His inscription reads: FOR EVER WITH THE LORD
08/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. However, he re-enlisted, joining the Royal Army Service Corps. He initially had the Service number M/400328. This later changed to Service Number EMT/57074.
08/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. His Medal Card also shows he was discharged on 4th December 1917 due to illness.
08/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. James Lynn’s Medal Card confirms he was the recipient of the Military Medal. Bombardier W Lynn was with the Royal Field Artillery. His award was listed in the London Gazette on 27th October 1916.
08/08/2021 Sgt. James Lynn M.M. His third brother died in August 1916.
07/08/2021 Maj William Ryan Lyle 03138
07/08/2021 Maj William Ryan Lyle 03137
07/08/2021 Maj William Ryan Lyle William Ryan Lyle was the wife of Agnes Stewart Lyle (nee Dickson). They had no children.
07/08/2021 Maj William Ryan Lyle Known family: Alexander Mackenzie Lyle, Deborah Frances Lyle (nee Winder), William Ryan Lyle (born about 1851), John George Winder Lyle.
07/08/2021 Maj William Ryan Lyle William was born about 1851 in Donaghmore House, County Tyrone.
07/08/2021 Maj William Ryan Lyle William Ryan Lyle was the son of Alexander Mackenzie Lyle and Deborah Frances Lyle (nee Winder).
07/08/2021 Unknown C J (ww2) Lucas The CWGC record Leading Aircraftman Thomas Francis Crozier Lucas as the son of the Rev John Henry Lucas and Anna E Lucas of The Rectory, Moy, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
07/08/2021 Unknown C J (ww2) Lucas It is suspected that this is in fact Thomas Lucas as no details have been found regarding a C J Lucas.
07/08/2021 Unknown C J (ww2) Lucas 03136
07/08/2021 Unknown C J (ww2) Lucas There is a C J Lucas on Moy War Memorial as having died in World War Two.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton George’s sister, Mary Anne Colgan, photographed at the original headstone on Isle of Man.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton 03135
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton In the event of my death, I give the half of my effects to John Lutton, Seylocan, Moy, County Tyrone and I leave the other half to Mary A Colgan, Canary, Moy, County Armagh. Signed Private George Lutton, 7th Royal Munster Fusiliers.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton 03134
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton Last Will and Testament of Private George Lutton dated 7th August 1915:
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton Private George Lutton is commemorated locally on Moy War Memorial.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton Private George Lutton took part in the Suvla Bay landing and the Serbian retreat. In fact he had served through most of the war.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton Private George Lutton arrived in the Balkans with the Royal Munster Fusiliers on 9th July 1915.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton George Lutton volunteered at the outbreak of war, joining the 7th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and being afterwards transferred to the Royal Munster Fusiliers.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton The 1911 census shows George no longer lived with the family in Canary, Tullyroan, County Armagh.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton The 1901 census records George as 11 years old. His father worked as an agricultural labourer. George was still at school. George and the family lived with his father and uncle in Canary, Tullyroan, Armagh. Canary is close to the Argory, Dungannon, County Tyrone.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton George’s mother, Eliza Lutton, died in the Loughgall area on 5th September 1895, aged 30. George was seven years old.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton Known family: George Lutton, Eliza Lutton, Unnamed son (born 19th March 1883, died 19th March 1883), John Lutton (born 16th April 1884, twin), Mary Ann Lutton (born 16th April 1884, twin), Jane Lutton (born 1st March 1886, died 1st March 1886), Amelia Lutton (born 22nd March 1887, died 12th July 1887), George Lutton (born 6th September 1888), William Lutton (born 3rd February 1891)
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton George was born on the Armagh side of the River Blackwater, near Moy, on 6th September 1888). He was one of seven children, four surviving, all born in the Loughgall area.
07/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton George Lutton was the son of George and Eliza Lutton. George Lutton and Eliza Murray were married on 11th May 1882 in the district of Dungannon.
06/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas Analysing census and GRONI results, this seems to be the best fit for the Lucas family. However, there is no definitive evidence to confirm this.
06/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas The 1911 census does not list Robert as living with the family at house 10 in Stranmillis Park, Cromac, Belfast.
06/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas The 1901 census lists Robert as age 19, living with the family at house 22 in St Ives Gardens, Cromac, Belfast. His mother was a widow. Robert was a shop assistant in a grocery store.
06/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas Known family: Martha Lucas, Margaret Lucas (born 25th February 1868), Alfred Lucas (born 10th February 1870), Anna Frances Lucas (born 18th December 1871), William Lucas (born 13th December 1873), Edith Lucas (born 7th May 1876), Robert Lucas (born 8th August 1878), Sarah Wilhelmina Winnie Lucas (born 12th July 1880), Evelyn Mabel Lucas (born 16th February 1882), Edwin Garfield Lucas (born 4th December 1883), Georgina Lucas (born 26th March 1886).
06/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas Robert Lucas was born on 8th August 1878 in Killyman, Dungannon. He was one of at least ten children, all born in the Dungannon area.
06/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas It is believed Robert Lucas was the son of Martha Lucas (nee Cousins).
05/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton 03133
05/08/2021 Pte. George Lutton 03132
05/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas On 23rd September 1916, there was a Mortar Training Fatal Accident at Second Army Grenade and Stokes Mortar School at Terdeghem in France. He was one of the people who took part in the resulting Board of Enquiry.
05/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas Private Robert Lucas arrived in France with the Royal Irish Rifles on 5th October 1915.
05/08/2021 Corp Robert Lucas 03131
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. 03130
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. James Lucas is also commemorated on the family plot on their headstone in the grounds of Castlecaulfield Church of Ireland. The inscription reads ‘Their son Corporal James Lucas F.C.H. died 9th April 1918, aged 25 years’.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. Corporal James Lucas M.M. is commemorated locally on the WWI Plaque in Castlecaulfield Church of Ireland and on Dungannon War Memorial.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. Medals were sent to mother and father at Killyliss, Dungannon.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. On 3rd July 1918 Corporal James Lucas was posthumously awarded the military medal for bravery in the field.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. 03127
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. 03126
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. 03128
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. 03129
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. Corporal James Lucas died of gas inflection on 9th April 1918 at No 9 General Hospital, Rouen, France. He was 25 years old.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. Corporal James Lucas was serving with the Fort Garry Horse when he was wounded on 1st April 1918. He received gunshot wound to head and both thighs.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. On 17th January 1918, he was promoted to the rank of corporal.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. On 5th June 1917 he sprained his right ankle.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. Private Lucas left for overseas on 4th February 1916.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. In November 1915, he was admitted to a mobile hospital with sprained wrist.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. By the time of the 1911 census, James was no longer living with the family, who were still living at Killyliss, Castlecaulfield.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. Family: Charles Lucas, Mary Lucas, William Lucas (born 24th November 1890), James Lucas (born 31st January 1893), Charles Lucas (born 26th April 1895), Mary Lucas (born 11th June 1897, died 4th July 1897), Anne Lucas (born 20th November 1898), Samuel Lucas (born 2nd October 1900), Robert J Lucas (born 14th February 1903), Priscilla Lucas (born 1st February 1906), David Lucas (born 19th September 1909).
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. The 1901 census records as an 8 year old schoolboy. Charles was a farmer. The family was living at Killyliss, Castlecaulfield.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. James Lucas was born on 31st January 1893. He was one of nine children, all born in the Dungannon area.
05/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. James Lucas was the second son of Charles and Mary Lucas. Charles Lucas and Mary Shannon were married on 8th July 1887 in the district of Dungannon.
03/08/2021 Corp James Lucas M.M. 03125
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Private Ernest Lucas is listed on page 8 of the Ballygawley War Dead book.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Evidence of his death in the form of an identity tag was received by his Warrant Officer from "an unofficial source". He was entered on Casualty List 14042 (Part III). In total, including his 9 days with the BEF, he had served 6 years 322 days with the regiment.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Private Ernest Lucas was reported missing on 24th August following the action at Audregnies where he fought on the left of the line under Captain Dyer.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Private Ernest Lucas arrived in France with the Cheshire Regiment on 16th August 1914.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas His record shows he had gained 1 Good Conduct badge and a 2nd Class School Certificate. He was "very intelligent and reliable". Despite this he had been on charge 3 times: (1) Drunk on duty (12 Sept. 1909); (2) Neglect of duty (7 March 1910), and (3) Making an improper reply to an Officer (3 May 1912). For the last two offences he lost his Lance Corporal stripe on each occasion. For a fourth offence (9 April 1914), 'being in receipt of a watch, not his own', he received 8 days CB.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas He was due to be transferred to the Auxiliary Reserve on 6th October 1914 and be employed as a postman in Belfast. He and his family had set up home at Mullaghbane, Ballygawley, County Tyrone.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas The 1st Battalion of the Cheshire Regiment were stationed in Derry in July 1914.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Family: Ernest Lionel Lucas, Catherine Lucas, Kathleen Lucas (born 24th March 1913, Londonderry), Ernest Lucas (born 19th June 1914, Ballygawley).
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas John married Catherine Hughes in Belfast on 22nd October 1911. They had two children
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Ernest enlisted (aged 18 yrs. 3 months) at Chester on 7th October 1904. His terms of service were 7 + 5 (i.e. 7 years active service + 5 years reserve). He was posted to the 1st Battalion in Ireland as a Sergeant's Mess Cook on 5 December 1907. He was billeted at Ebrington Barracks, Londonderry. He was twice promoted to Lance Corporal, on 5th September 1908 and 14th October 1911.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas At the time of his enlistment in 1904 he was employed as a nurseryman. He was 5' 6" tall (1.68 m.), weighed 129 lbs. (9 st. 3 lbs.) had a 'fresh' complexion, blue eyes and brown hair. He was also 'slightly knock-kneed'!
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas By 1914 the family were living at 30 New Trinity Road, East Finchley, London.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Known family: Alfred Lucas, Emily Lucas, Alfred Lucas, Elsie Lucas, Ernest Lionel Lucas (born about 1886), Sidney Lucas, Edith Lucas, Ada Lucas, Kate Lucas.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas Ernest Lionel Lucas was born at 1 Albert Road, New Barnet, London in July 1886, the third child of Alfred (a labourer) and Emily.
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas 03124
03/08/2021 Pte. Ernest Lionel Lucas 03123
03/08/2021 Pte. Henry Alexander Love Known family: William Love, Emily Love, George Love (born 1st January 1884), Barbara Love (born 16th April 1886), Henry Harry Alexander Love (born 2nd April 1889), David Love (born 3rd March 1891), Edwin Love (born 3rd June 1893), Emma Emily Love (born 22nd May 1896), Mary Love (born about 1897), Catherine Love (born 2nd August 1898), Margaret Love (born 19th August 1900, Derrylin).
03/08/2021 Pte. Henry Alexander Love Henry was born in Clogher, County Tyrone on 2nd April 1889. He was one of at least none children, the first eight been born in the Clogher area.
03/08/2021 Pte. Henry Alexander Love Henry Alexander Love was the second son of William and Emily Love (nee Cathcart).
03/08/2021 Pte. Henry Alexander Love Private Henry Love is buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery in Belgium.
03/08/2021 Pte. Henry Alexander Love Private Henry Love is commemorated on the Casino and District WWI Memorial Plaque in New South Wales, Australia.
03/08/2021 Pte. Henry Alexander Love 03122
03/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran Joseph Loughran soon remarried. He married Esther Dickson on 9th October 1894 in Dungannon.
03/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran It is believed his mother died on 25th November 1893, aged 39, in the Dungannon area. Alexander was three years old.
03/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran Known family: Joseph Loughran, Annie Loughran, Elizabeth Loughran (born 23rd October 1878), Annie Loughran (born 11th October 1880), Charlotte Loughran (born 31st October 1882), Emily Loughran (born 9th February 1885), John Loughran (born 5th December 1886), Joseph Loughran (born 3rd June 1888), Alexander Loughran (born 4th October 1890).
03/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran Alexander was born in Castlecaulfield on 4th October 1890. He was the youngest of at least eight children, all born in the Dungannon area.
03/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran Alexander Loughran was the youngest son of Joseph and Annie Loughran. Joseph Loughran and Annie Walker were married on 30th November 1877 in the district of Dungannon.
01/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran The CWGC record Corporal Alexander Loughran as the husband of Mrs C E Loughran of Inglenook, Oakwood Road, Blackhill, County Durham.
01/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran Corporal Alexander Loughran is buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery at Poperinghe in West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
01/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran Corporal Alexander Loughran is commemorated locally on the WWI Roll of Honour in Castlecaulfield Presbyterian Church and on Dungannon War Memorial.
01/08/2021 Corp Alexander Loughran Corporal Alexander Loughran arrived in France with the Durham Light Infantry on 11th September 1915.
    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