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This "Roll of Honour" appeared in the Newtownards Chronicle on 15th January 1916. With thanks to Great War Ulster Newspaper Archive for the original images.

North Down Cricket Club

The Roll of Honour.

The North Down Cricket Club have the following members serving with the colours:--

James Alexander, North Irish Horse
E. A. Baxter (wounded), 13th Service Batt. South Lancashire Regt.
G. J. Bruce, 13th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
W. Carruthers, 3rd Batt. R.I.R. and Royal Engineers
H. P. Sinnamond,* 13th Service Batt. West Yorks Regt.
Col. R. G. Sharman Crawford, 18th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
S. M. Geddis, 10th Service Batt. Leicestershire Regt., and Army Cyclist Corps
R. Gailey, 7th Service Batt. East Lancs. Regt.
G. L. Gigson, Chartered Accountant, B.E.F.
N. B. Graham, R.A.M.C.
D. S. Graham, North Irish Horse
L. D. Graham, R.A.M.C.
R. F. Henry, 15th Service Batt. R.I.R., and Staff (Ulster Division)
R. F. Kerr, 18th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
W. A. Miller, 4th Batt. Royal Scots Fusiliers
T. M'Roberts, 17th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
T. H. Morrow, North Irish Horse
N. B. Munn, Queen's University Officers' Training Corps
D. J. Murray, 16th Service Batt. King's Liverpool Regt.
G. L. Murray, 13th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
J. M. Spence, 13th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
N. Stouppe, 14th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
W. G. Withers, North Irish Horse
Lieut. D. K. Wheeler, R.A.M.C., and Ulster Divisional Train Army Service Corps
A. R. Wheeler, 20th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles.
Total, 25.

Also the following past members:--

James G. Allen, J.P., Royal Naval Reserve (Motor Boat Section)
Cullamore Allen, A.S.C. (Mechanical Transport Section)
L. P. Cinnamond, 48th Batt. Canadian Contingent
G. H. Culverwell, R.A.M.C.
J. S. Culverwell (wounded), 129 Baluchis and 3rd Batt. 5th Gloucestershire Regt.
Capt. F. E. P. Cowan, Royal Field Artillery
Edmund De Wind. 31st Batt. 2nd Canadian Contingent
J. E. Dickson, 13th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles.
Wallace Gilmour, A.S.C. (Ulster
Division)
D. A. Gold, 14th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
Capt. L. A. Hind (wounded and mentioned in despatches), 7th (Robin Hood) Batt. Sherwood Foresters
C. B. Houston, 36th Reserve Pack A.S.C. (Ulster Division)
Robert Jamison. M.D.. Botha's S.W. African Force, S.A.M.C.
W. N. Montgomery, 3rd Sec. Batt. Royal Irish Fusiliers
F. P. Montgomery, R.A.M.C.
Colonel Scott Moore (wounded), A.S.C.
A. N. M'Clinton, 10th Service Batt. Royal Irish Rifles
R. D. Niblock (killed), Australian Contingent
H. D. Ritchie, Botha's South-West African Force
David Smyth, Auckland, New Zealand Contingent
A. S. Taylor, R.A.M.C.
A. Wallace, 10th Service. Batt.
Royal Irish Rifles
Lieut.-Col. S. H. Withers, R.A.M.C.
Total, 23.

Of the above 48 names 33 hold commissions, but the rank is only given in the case of those who hold commissions in the Regular or Territorial Army at the date of the outbreak of the war.

The N.D.C.C. Committee will be very grateful to anyone who informs Mr. T. J. Macdonald, Killinchy Street, Comber, of any omissions or inaccuracies in the above lists.

* While the paper printed the name as "Sinnamond" it was mispelt and should have been "Cinnamond".

 

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