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

Congregation of Ballygilbert

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
Alexander Saml.
Ballymoney A.B.S. Royal Navy
Alexander W. J.
Ballymoney A.B.S. Naval Reserves
Armstrong [1] John




Armstrong [1] William



Died
Boyd [2] James
Ballydavey Private Royal Irish Rifles
Campbell David
Crawfordsburn Private

Clarke Joseph
Ballyrobert Private Royal Field Artillery
Coey Wm.
Craigavad Private Royal Irish Rifles
Davidson John A.
Ballygilbert P.O. Royal Navy
Davidson Robert
Ballygilbert Driver Army Service Corps
Davidson Wm.
Ballygilbert Driver Royal Engineers
Eley Wm.
Ballygilbert Private Royal Irish Rifles Wounded 4 times
Ellison Robert
Ballyrobert Private Royal Irish Rifles
Gilmour [1] James



Died (possible CWGC; SDGW)
Gilmour [1] Wm.




Graham [1] Jas.




Hamilton Walton
Crawfordsburn Private 20th Royal Irish Rifles
Hoey Robert
Crawfordsburn Private 15th Royal Irish Rifles
Howden James
Ballyrobert Private 18th Royal Irish Rifles
Hughes J.
Bauymullan Coropal 208 Brass Band
Irwln Chas.
Ballyrobert


Irwln David
Ballyrobert

Killed in Action (possible CWGC)
Irwin [1] H.




Johnston John
Ballymullan Private Royal Irish Rifles
Kennedy John
Crawfordsburn Private 13th Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Lindsay Jas.
Crawfordsburn


Lockwood [1] Lord Basil



Died
McClements Alex.
Crawfordsburn Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action (CWGC; SDGW)
McDowell Wm.
Crawfordsburn Private Royal Irish Fusiliers Died in France (possible CWGC)
McFarland [1] Rev. W. J., B.A.




Macfarlane John
Ballydavey Private Royal Irish Rifles
McKee W. J.
Ballysallagh Sergeant Signalling Corps
Macormac Saml., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O.
Ballysallagh Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps
McWha Albert




McWha George




McWha Hugh




McWha James




Malcolm R. H.



Wounded
Malcolm W. H.
Crigavad A.B.S. Royal Navy
Milligen (Milliken?) Hugh
Ballymoney

Killed in Action (possible CWGC; SDGW)
Moffett Samuel
Clandeboye Private 11th Royal Irish Rifles (8/9th Batt.) Killed in Action (CWGC; SDGW)
Nelson Albert
Crawfordsburn Private

Nelson [1] Jas.




Nelson [1] Thos.




Page [2] Albert
Crawfordsburn Private

Pyper Thos. W.
Crawfordsburn Sergt.-Major North Irish Horse
Rollins H. E.
Ballyrobert Private Royal Irish Rifles
Rowney [3] Andrew
Crawfordsburn Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles Wounded twice
Rowney [3] Samuel
Crawfordsburn Lance-Corporal Royal Irish Rifles
Taylor W. E.
Ballyrobert Private Royal Engineers Killed in Action
Torrens Jas.
Ballymullan

Killed in Action
Ward [4] John S.
Crawfordsburn

Died
Ward Thos.
Crawfordsburn Sapper Royal Engineers
Warnock Hugh
Crawfordsburn


COLONIAL FORCES




Finlay Andrew C.
Ballymullan Private N.Z. Force Killed in Action (possible CWGC)
McDowell Robt.
Crawfordsburn Private Canadian Force
Macormac Fred S.
Ballysallagh Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps
Rowney [3] Wm.
Crawfordsburn Sergt.-Major Canadian M. Rifles D.C.M.

1. Recorded on the church memorial but not in the Roll of Honour.

2. Recorded in the Roll of Honour but not on the church memorial.

3. The name is recorded in the Roll of Honour as "Rowney" but the on the memorial as "Roaney".

4. John S. Ward is recorded on the church memorial as having died.

 


Original image courtesy of Barry Niblock.

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