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

Extract for the Congregation of Clenanees, Upper and Lower

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Alexander James [1]
Mullycar Private R.I.F. Killed in Action
Dickson William
Carricklongfield Private R.I.F.
Ewing Craig
Edentilone Gunner R.G.A.
Fair William
Coolhill Driver R.F.A.
Kelly H. Mitchell
Moghan Sergeant Black Watch Killed in Action
McAteer Joseph
Mulnahunch Sapper R.E.
McAteer William Robert
Mulnahunch Private A.S.C.
McKee Albert
Cranslough Gunner R.F.A.
McMillen John
Kiltyclaven Private R.I.F. Wounded
Reid Joseph
Ennish Private R.I.F. Wounded
Sloane William
Dergina Private R.G.A.
Stinson John
Clintyfallow Sergeant R.I.F. Died in France
Williamson Joseph
Lisferty Gunner R.F.A.
Williamson Thomas
Lisferty Lance-Corporal R.I.F. M.C., Killed in Action
Williamson William James
Dernaborey Gunner R.F.A.

Alexander James
Mullycar Private Canadians
Alexander William
Mullycar Private Canadians
Condy Archy
Lisferty Private U.S.A.
Conlon Ben
Ennish Private Canadians Killed in Action
Cuddy [3] Hugh C.
Aughintober Private U.S. Air Squad
Cuddy Robert
Aughintober Private U.S. Air Squad
Cuddy Samuel
Aughintober Corporal Canadian Inft. M.M.
Curry Walter
Carricklongfield Private 19th Can. Inft. Killed in Action
Goodwin David
Knocknarney Sergeant Can. Inft. Wounded
Hadden George
Farrater Lance-Corporal Q.O. Regt., Canada Killed in Action
Jamieson John
Mullyrodden Private Q.O. Regt., Canada
McMillan Angus
Clintyclaven Private Can. Inft.
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 (, supplied the following amendments to the information published in the Roll of Honour:--

  1. Joseph Alexander was killed in action, not James, he is listed in colonial forces.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.)

Memorial in the congregation of Lower Clonaneese
Image courtesy of Raymond Cuddy



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