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Presbyterian Church In Ireland -- Roll of Honour 1914-1919

Congregation of Anahilt

I have compared the entries in the Roll of Honour with the names recorded on the Memorial installed in the church. I have added those names not recorded in the Roll and noted any differences etc. I found either as a footnote or in brackets. For those fallen, where possible, I have also added a link to the relevant entry on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website (CWGC.org) and/or Soldiers Died in the Great War I have transcribed.

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Blackburn J.

Private

Christie William
Hillsborough Private R.I.F.
Coburn Beattie
Ballyworphy Staff Sergeant Forage Dept.
Corbitt [1] J.

Private

Gillespie [1] C. A. S.

Private

Gillespie [1] F. J.




Gillespie [1] V. A.




Hanna [1] S. J.

Private

Hanna [1] R.

Private

Law [1] H.

Private

Law [1] S.



Killed in Action
Lyttle [1] W. J.

Private

Lyttle [1] R.

Private

Lyttle [1] J.

Private

McCloughan R. J.
Drumlough Private R.I.R.
McKibbin [1] R.

Private

Marks Alexander
Ballykeel Private R.I.R. Wounded
Marks George
Ballykeel Private R.I.R. Wounded
Martin Samuel
Cabra Staff Sergeant Forage Dept.
Nelson [1] W.

Lieutenant

Patterson David
Ballylintagh Private R.I.R. Wounded
Reid [1] J.

Private

Reid [1] R.

Private

Rowan [1] D.

Private

Shaw [1] D. J.

Private

Spratt [1] R.

Private

Thomson M.D., D.S.C., M.R.C.P.(Lond.) [1] W. W. D.

Captain

COLONIAL FORCES




Marks Robert
Ballykeel Private Canadian Force Wounded
Marks Thomas
Ballykeel Private Canadian Force
Patterson Robert
Ballylintagh Private Australian Force Twice Wounded
Patterson William
Ballylintagh
Canadian Force Wounded
Philpott Thomas Henry

Private Canadian Force Killed in Action (CWCG)
NURSES V.A.D. Etc.




Brown [1] Mary

N.C.O.

Brown [1] Jane




Coburn [1] Annie A.




1. These names were recorded on the church memorial but not in the Roll of Honour.

 

Anahilt PC War Memorial
Original image courtesy of Nigel Henderson

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