Extract for the Congregation of Clenanees, Upper and Lower
|Surname||First Name||House||Address||Rank||Regiment, Battalion or Unit||Remarks|
|Alexander||James ||Mullycar||Private||R.I.F.||Killed in Action|
|Kelly||H. Mitchell||Moghan||Sergeant||Black Watch||Killed in Action|
|Stinson||John||Clintyfallow||Sergeant||R.I.F.||Died in France|
|Williamson||Thomas||Lisferty||Lance-Corporal||R.I.F.||M.C., Killed in Action|
|Conlon||Ben||Ennish||Private||Canadians||Killed in Action|
|Cuddy ||Hugh C.||Aughintober||Private||U.S. Air Squad|
|Cuddy||Robert||Aughintober||Private||U.S. Air Squad|
|Curry||Walter||Carricklongfield||Private||19th Can. Inft.||Killed in Action|
|Hadden||George||Farrater||Lance-Corporal||Q.O. Regt., Canada||Killed in Action|
|Jamieson||John||Mullyrodden||Private||Q.O. Regt., Canada|
|McMillan||Dugald||Clintyclaven||S. Sergeant||Princess Pat's||Wounded|
|Millar||James||Mullyrodden||Private||Q.O. Regt., Canada||Killed in Action|
|Simpson||Andrew||Greenmount||Gunner||N.Z. Field Art.|
|Simpson||T. M.||Greenmount||Lance-Corporal||N.Z. Field Art.|
Raymond Cuddy, a member of Lower Clonaneese congregation (formerly spelt as Clenanees) and the Kileesill and Clonaneese Historical Society (www.killeeshilclonaneese.org), supplied the following amendments to the information published in the Roll of Honour:--
- Joseph Alexander was killed in action, not James, he is listed in colonial forces.
- An Uncle of my father Samuel G. Cuddy is on our memorial but not listed on your list. I am not sure what unit he served in but was an engineer and was in France building bridges. For his work he recieved the MBE in 1920. He died in 1921 and there was no family so i have very little to go on.
- The other Cuddy's who served in the Canadian and US forces were like myself from Gorey not Aughintober. They would have had strong connections with the Orange lodge there.
- Upper and Lower Clonaneese were and still are seperate Congregations, though the returns made at the time were probably all put in as one. (Note: The congregations became one charge at the time the Roll was compiled and it is probable the minister supplied the information as one.)