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The following information is extracted from the Lisburn Standard for 28 December 1917.

ROLL OF HONOUR

Lisburn and District Churches.

Christ Church, Lisburn.
Rector, Rev. R.H.S. Cooper.

FALLEN.

Captain Cecil F.K. Ewart
Captain ? Hamilton Sinclair
Sec.-Lieut. Garrett P. Jenkins
Sergeant William Lavery
   "    "    Robert M'Carthy
   "    "    Thomas Donegan
   "    "    James Cherry
   "    "    Robert M'Carter
Corporal Joseph Buckley
   "    "    Charles Dowds
   "    "    Samuel Larmour
   "    "    James Lunn
   "    "    Peter Mitchell Stewart
   "    "    William J. Frazer
   "    "    Henry Topping
   "    "    Hill Dougan
L.-Corporal George Henry Hull
   "    "    David Walsh
Bugler Samuel Ward
Gunner James Mearns Woods
Private W. J. Allen
   "    "    James Andrews
   "    "    William Curry
   "    "    Samuel Donegan
   "    "    William Johnston
   "    "    Isiah Jackson
   "    "    Robert Smyth
   "    "    Robert Lindsay
   "    "    George Bratty
   "    "    Thomas Logan
   "    "    George H. M'llwrath
   "    "    William R. Abbott
   "    "    Samuel Lyttle
   "    "    William Totten
   "    "    Henry Brown
   "    "    John Brown
   "    "    George Cleland
   "    "    James Dunleavy
   "    "    Daniel Gorman
   "    "    Thomas Haddock
   "    "    William Lamont
   "    "    Thomas M'Clure
   "    "    Samuel Haire
   "    "    George Kingsberry
   "    "    Edward Toole
   "    "    Charles M'Ilwrath
   "    "    William Morgan
   "    "    William Gribben
   "    "    Robert Pews
   "    "    Joseph Hanna
   "    "    John Harvey
   "    "    Daniel Lappin
   "    "    William Lappin
   "    "    William Henry Leathem
   "    "    William Leckey
   "    "    Joseph Lindsay
   "    "    Robert Marks
   "    "    David Martin
   "    "    George M'Cready
   "    "    Robert M'Geown
   "    "    Samuel M'Kee
   "    "    James M'Mullen
   "    "    William Patton
   "    "    William Pews
   "    "    Thomas Russell
   "    "    William Stanway
   "    "    John Steadman
   "    "    Samuel Troughton
   "    "    George F. Walker
   "    "    William Walsh
   "    "    James Mulholland
   "    "    Richard Orr
   "    "    Daniel M'Ilfatrick
   "    "    Henry Lowry
   "    "    George Dorman
   "    "    Robert J. Orr
   "    "    Walter Baker
   "    "    Samuel Purdy
   "    "    James M'Dowell
   "    "    Isaac Keery
   "    "    John M'Gurk
   "    "    James Totton
   "    "    William Huddleston
   "    "    George Cordner

PRISONERS OF WAR

Major A.P. Jenkins (wounded, since exchanged)
Sergeant J. Lavery
Private James Bratty
   "    "    George Graham
   "    "    William Kain
   "    "    John Little
   "    "    Joseph M'Callister
   "    "    George Robinson

REPORTED MISSING

Private Edward Lavery
   "    "    William Little
   "    "    Henry Lowry
   "    "    William McDowell
   "    "    William Russell
   "    "    [?] M'Ilwrath

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Lisburn Congregational Church.
Minister, Rev. Henry M'Ilwaine.

FALLEN

Private James Andrews

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Sloan Street Presbyterian Church, Lisburn.
Minister, Rev. J.W. Gamble

FALLEN

David Cathcart
James Holmes
William Reid
John Gibson

Lisburn Roman Catholic Church.
Parish Priest, Rev. Mark M'Cashin.

FALLEN.

Chris. Pelan
Joseph Rice
Patrick Sharkey
Patrick O'Brien
Patrick Furfey
John M'Quaid
John Magee
Thomas Graham
Richard Dongan
J. Sharkey
Thomas Neill
P. Stoops
Hugh Sharkey
John M'Comiskey
James Sterling
John Hodgen
John Mearns
James Dunleavy
W. Boston
Hugh Donnelly
Dan Crilly
William Crossey
John Hughes
Patrick Murtagh
James Hutton
T. Teggart
Robert Dickey
Ed. M'Namara
Joseph M'Namara
Joseph Ferris
T. Donnelly
Ed. Corrigan
Thomas Maguinness
Charles Lavery
Henry Lavery

MISSING

Patrick Magennis
James Welsh
James M'Cann
Joseph Tippin
Sam Sharkey
George Finn
James M'Kendry
Charles Doherty

PRISONERS OF WAR.

William Sharkey
J. Belshaw
J. Tennyson
R. Young
Harry Haughey
James Sharkey
Joseph M'Master
John M'Parland
M. Moran
M. Heaney
Joseph Quinn
John Lavery
John Pelan
J. Fitzsimons
Joseph Teggart J. Doyle

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Railway Street Presbyterian Church, Lisburn.
Minister, Rev. R. W. Hamilton.

FALLEN.

George King
Isaac M'Nair
William Lewis
John Bell
James Braithwaite
Thomas Cathcart
Quintn Dunlop
Francis Neagle
John Ramsay
Constable Cunningham
William Skelly
J. M'Lain
Douglas Morrison

PRISONERS OF WAR.

Thomas M'Cormick
David Hanna

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

First Lisburn Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. J.J.C. Breakey.

FALLEN

Ralph Adams
James Beck
James Chambers
John Clay
Samuel Dickson
Samuel Douglas
William Gill
T.J. Kirkwood
Charles Knox
Robert Lindsay
Joseph Simpson
Francis Todd
Jon Waring

PRISONER OF WAR.

William Cree

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Moira Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. Geo. M.Farland

FALLEN

Hall Davison
Harry Lowry
James M'Cracken

Lisburn Cathedral.
Rector, Rev. Canon W.P. Carmody, M.A.

FALLEN.

Lieutenant F.C. King
Sergeant Harry Corkin
Corporal Robert J. Corken
Lance-Corporal Geo F. Walker
Private William Atkison
   "    "    David Boyd
   "    "    Alex. Cairns
   "    "    Colwell
   "    "    William Fenton
   "    "    William Leathern
   "    "    George Laird
   "    "    David Tate
   "    "    William Walsh
   "    "    David Walsh
   "    "    James E. Morton
   "    "    Robt. J. Clarke
   "    "    Henry Love
   "    "    Robt. Sally
   "    "    James M'Dowell
   "    "    Robt. M'Bride
   "    "    James M'Kibben
   "    "    Samuel Patterson
   "    "    Robt. Heron
   "    "    John Corkin

MISSING.

Private Alex. Welch
   "    "    William Clarke
   "    "    Samuel Topping

PRISONER OF WAR.

Private James Wilson

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Derriaghy Parish Church.
Rector, Rev. C.E. Quin

FALLEN.

Lieut. Edward Brown
   "    "    Joseph Laverty
Sergeant T.J. Cairns
   "    "    Charles Wheelwright
Corporal Edward Cairns
Private Henry Addis
   "    "    Joseph Buckley
   "    "    Charles Floyd
   "    "    William Irvine
   "    "    James Jefferson
   "    "    Thomas Marks
   "    "    John D. M'Henry
   "    "    Adam M'Clurg
   "    "    James Neill
   "    "    Alfred K. Noble
   "    "    John Orr
   "    "    David Reid
   "    "    Thomas Smyth
   "    "    Lance Smyth
   "    "    William Watson
   "    "    James Waring
   "    "    David Watson
   "    "    David Henry Watson

PRISONERS OF WAR.

Major Harold Charley
Captain A.F. Charley (wounded, since exchanged)
L.-Corporal William Fenning
Private John Crowe
   "    "    Alexander Woods

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Drumlough Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. Thoams Bill.

FALLEN

David Wilson
Edward Hamilton

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Drumbeg Parish Church.
Rector, Rev. Alexander R. Ryder

FALLEN. Second-Lieut. John Alexander
Lance-Corporal Robert Bell
Private Robert Alexander
   "    "    Bertie Blakely
Herbert Daley, R.N.
William Gillespie, R.N.
Private William Harrison
   "    "    James Irvine
Christopher Mallon, R.N.
Private George M'Claren
   "    "    Archibald Massey
   "    "    Robert M'Cauley
   "    "    William Snoddy
   "    "    Jmaes B. Waring
   "    "    James Waring

MISSING

Captain Henry P. Beggs

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Magheragall Parish Church.
Rector, Rev. W.H. Dundas

FALLEN

Second-Lieut. Claude Walker
Co. Q.M.S. Robert Holdcroft
Private Thomas Stitt
   "    "    Alex. Martin
   "    "    Albert Gill
   "    "    James Tolerton
   "    "    Wm. John Graham
Driver George Tolerton

MISSING

Private Robert Tolerton
   "    "    Thomas Hawthorne

Hillsborough Parish Church.
Rector, Rev. Francis Matchett.

FALLEN.

Second-Lieut. Claude Walker
Sergeant Joseph Pentland
   "    "    William Magill
   "    "    James Berry
Corporal Christopher Kitchen
Private Robert Coburn
   "    "    Thomas Moore
   "    "    Wm. James Berry
   "    "    Richard Crawley
   "    "    Albert Crangle
   "    "    James Henry Vryans
   "    "    Oliver Crossey
   "    "    Samuel Hamilton
   "    "    Robert Harrison
   "    "    George Heenan
   "    "    William Johnston
   "    "    Thomas Mercer
   "    "    Edward M'Namara
   "    "    Jack Smith
   "    "    Joseph Thompson
   "    "    Moses Thompson
   "    "    Robert Johnston
   "    "    James Andrews
   "    "    George Jess
   "    "    John William Gregg
   "    "    Robert Woods
   "    "    Robert Thompson
   "    "    Robert Johnston
   "    "    Samuel Kane

MISSING.

Sargeant John James Beattie
Lance-Corporal James Gibson

-- -- -- -- -- --

Hillsborough Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. J. Herbert Orr.

FALLEN.

Private Samuel Hamilton
   "    "    Henry Toman
   "    "    Andrew Morrow

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Maze Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. Thomas Dunn.

FALLEN

Private Samuel Kane
   "    "    Albert L. Neill
   "    "    John Faulkner
   "    "    Thomas H. Emerson

MISSING

Private William Nelson

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

All Saints', Eglantine.
Rector, Rev. A.D. Mitchell.

FALLEN

Private Alexander Boyd
   "    "    Wm. John Berry
   "    "    Samuel Kane
   "    "    John Smith
   "    "    Joseph Thompson
   "    "    Moses Thompson
   "    "    James Andrews
   "    "    Thomas Mercer
   "    "    Thomas Thompson
   "    "    William Watson
   "    "    Robert M'Carthy
   "    "    Joshua Singleton

MISSING.

Private William Nelson

PRISONER OF WAR.

Private Thomas Singleton
   "    "    James Law

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

St. Matthew's Church, Broomhedge.
Rector, Rev. John Leslie.

FALLEN

Sergeant Robert Megarry
David Dalton
William H. Chapman
Albert Crangle
Herbert Crangle

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Magheragall Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. H.J. Lilburn.

FALLEN.

Private Henry Scott

MISSING.

Private Richard Fenning

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Hillhall Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. Wm. M'Nutt (on active service);
Rev. W.C. Cowden, locum tenens.

FALLEN.

James Browne
Samuel Irvine
Edward Lewis
John M'Nair
Robert Morrow
James Stewart
Thomas Stewart
David Irvine
Samuel Blakley, jun.
Archie M'Caugherty

MISSING.

William Cairns
William Irvine

PRISONER OF WAR.

Richard Porter.

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Anahilt Presbyterian Church.
Minister, Rev. Josias Mitchell.

FALLEN.

Thomas Henry Philpott

-- -- -- -- -- -- --

Seymour Street Methodist Church, Lisburn.

Rev. E.W. Young reports with grateful heart that so far none of those who went out from Seymour Street Methodist Church have fallen.

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