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

Extract for Congregations in the Bailieborough Presbytery

Bailieborough, Trinity

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Fell Thomas
Carnalynch Rifleman 11/13th Batt. R.I.R. Gassed
Blanigan William R.
Lisnalskey Private 7th Batt. Royal Irish Regt.
Fleming Greer
Carnalynch Private 7th Batt. Royal Irish Regt.
Hanna Henry
Corlurgan
Royal Innis. Fus. Wounded
Leinster George
Pottleduff Rifteman Royal Irish Rifles
Wilson Charles
Carangarve Corporal 88th Co. R.G.A.
Wilson Frederick
Dromecarrow
7th Batt. Royal Irish Regt. Gassed

Ballyjamesduff

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Anderson Wm.
Ahaloban Private N.I.H.
Buchanan Joseph
Clarinda Private 3rd Reserve Batt. I.G.
Byers Joseph
Ahagashel Private 9th R.I. Fus. Prisoner of War
Gamble Gilbert
Ballyjamesduff Sapper R.E.
Morrow Robert Evans
Rockville Private R.A.M.C. Died

Bellasis and Seafin

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Byers Robert
Stramaquirty Private Irish Rifles
Byers Samuel
Stramaquirty Sergeant Irish Rifles Wounded
McIlwaine Howard
Killinkere Corporal S. Irish Horse
Wilson David
Seafin Private S. Irish Horse
Wilson John Jas.
Drumagoland Private Irish Rifles Wounded
Wilson Wm.
Drumagoland Private Signalman
COLONIAL FORCES




Chambers Robert
Billis Private Canadians
Chambers Samuel
Billis Private Canadians Killed in Action

Corlea

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Anderson John
Lisclougher Gunner R.F.A.
Anderson Thos. Henry
Lisclougher Lance-Corporal Wireless
Forde George
Derrygooney Private Can. Force
Hegan James
Mountain Lodge Sergeant N. Hants.
Irwin Thos. W
Lacken Private Aust. Force
Wellwood Samuel
Lacken Private 2nd I. Guards Wounded. Died Prisoner in German
Wylie Jas. Brown
Castleblayney Surgeon Prob. R.N.

Corvalley

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Nelson David
Longfield, Carrickmacross Gunner Royal Field Artillery Died of Wounds

Ervey

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
McMurray Herbert, Joseph
Kingscourt Driver R.F.A.
Ramsay Charles
Cabra, Kingscourt Trooper Scots Greys
Shannon William
Ravagh, Kingscourt Trooper S. Irish Horse

Kells, Co. Meath

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Downie Wm.
Kells Sergeant

Hamilton Thos.
Kells Sergeant
Wounded
McElwaine James
Balrath Lance-Corporal A.S.C.
Millar John
Navan Private Cam. High. Killed in Action
Millar Wm.
Navan Private Black Watch Wounded
Tease John
Balrath Sergeant Irish Guards Wounded

Shercock

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Clisdell
Private 12th R. Inn. Fus. And Chinese Labour Corps.
White
Private R.I.R.
Middleton
Private American Army

 

Bailieborough, First (Corglass)

For reasons unknown the congregation of First Bailieborough does not have a listing in the Presbyterian Church's Roll of Honour (It is known that a few congregations did not make a submission.). The following names are extracted from the memorial in First Bailieborough Church (photo below).

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Boyd R.

Sergeant 9th Bn., Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Killed
Browne W.

Colonel

Browne W.

Private

Burns J. F.

Sergeant

Burns Robert Henry

Private 11th Bn., Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Killed
Byers (Rev) T.


Y.M.C.A.
Eakin H. J.

Trooper

Forbes A.

Trooper

Forbes H.

Gunner

Forbes R.

Sergeant

Gamble G. H.

Private

Gibson John Nixon

Rifleman 1st Bn., North Irish Horse Killed
Gibson R. J.

Lance Corporal 7th (South Irish Horse) Bn., Royal Irish Regiment Killed
Gilmore W.

Private

Gordon J. J.

Private

Gordon S.

Private

Hall T.

Naval Engineer
Killed
McCleary R.

Private

McCullagh T.

Private

Porter J.

Trooper

Smith G.

Sergeant-Major

Stewart W.

Corporal

White P.



Killed
White V. J.

Captain R.A.M.C.
Wilson J. F.

Trooper

COLONIAL FORCES




Cranston F.

Private 20th Bn., Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment) Killed
Eakin A.

Captain U.S.
White T.

Captain U.S.

Memorial in the congregation of First Bailieborough    Memorial in the congregation of First Bailieborough
Images courtesy of Leslie McKeague

 

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