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

Extract for the Congregation of Dromore, Banbridge Road

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Boyd Robert
Holm Terrace Private Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Bryson Samuel
Meeting Street Lance-Corporal Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Campbell R. K.
Quilly
Royal Army Medical Corps
Carson David
Drumskeagh Private Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Chambers Edmund
Church Street 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers Wounded
Chambers James
Holm Terrace 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers
Cowden C. H. C. A.
Church Street Sergeant Royal Air Force
Cunningham J. H.
Mount Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Dykes Jeremiah
Police Office Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles
Edgar John H., M.A., B.L.
Dromore Lieutenant Durham Light Inft. Killed in Action
Ferguson George
Holm Terrace Private Royal Irish Rifles
Gibson James
Quillyburn Private Royal Irish Rifles
Gouley Ernest
Skeogh Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Gourley John
Skeogh Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Hunter H. C.
Bann Road Lieutenant Indian Army
Hunter J. S. K.
Bann Road 2nd Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery Killed in Action
Hutchinson George
Meeting Street Mechanic Royal Air Force
Hutchinson Samuel
Gallows Street Private Northumberland Fus.
Hutchinson W. J.
Meeting Street Lieutenant Royal Flying Corps
Jess Isaac
Greenogue Corporal Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Kerr William J.
Ballymacormick Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Lilley Alexander
Cross Lane
Gordon Highl. Killed in Action
Lilley Anthony
Cross Lane
S. Africans
Lilley James
Cross Lane Stoker Royal Navy
McCandless James
Drumaghadone Gunner Royal Navy
McClatchey John
Bellaney Private Royal Irish Rifles
McCormick W. J.
Mossvale Lance-Corporal Royal Irish Rifles Died
McCracken Robert
Lagan View Terrace Sergeant Royal Field Artillery
McDonald Albert
Gallows Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
McDonald George
Gallows Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
McDonald Henry
Gallows Street Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
McDonald Hugh
Gallows Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
McDonald Joseph
Ballaney Private Royal Irish Rifles
McDonald Robert
Ballaney Private Royal Irish Rifles
McDonald R. J.
Gallows Street Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles
McKean J.
Police Office Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers
McKee Francis, F.R.C.S.
Prince's Street Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Died
McMullan Rev. W. J., B.A.
The Manse Captain Chaplain to Forces
Magowan S. W.
Bann Road
Royal Engineers
Mercer J. W.
Listullycurran
Royal Army Medical Corps
Mitchell George, M.D.
Drumenocken Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps
Rentoul J. L., M.D.
Lisburn Captain Royal Army Medical Corps
Smith Cecil
Church Street Lieutenant

Smyth Aubrey, M.D.
Bedeque House Staff-Surgeon Royal Navy
Thompson Samuel J.
Church Street Private Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Towell J. H.
Lagan View Terrace 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers Wounded
Towell William
Lagan View Terrace
Royal Army Medical Corps
Turner Samuel
Holm Terrace Private Royal Irish Rifles Prisoner of War
Wallace T. H., B.A., LL.B.
Regentville Captain Royal Garrison Artillery Wounded
Walsh Oliver L.
Railway Hotel Sergt.-Major Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Wounded
Ward James
Ballymacormick Corporal Life Guards
COLONIAL FORCES




Crane David
Gallows Street
Canadians
McCracken John
Holm Terrace
1st Aust. Div. Killed in Action
McCracken Samuel
Holm Terrace
1st Aust. Div.
McDowell William
Ballymacormick
M.G. Canadians

 

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