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

Extract for the Congregation of Dunloy

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Brownlow Robert
Dunloy Corporal 251st Coy. A.S.C.
Elder Samuel
Dunloy Private 2nd R.I.F. Wounded
Fenton James
Dunloy Lance-Corporal 12th R.I.R. Killed in Action
Fenton Thomas
Dunloy Rifleman 12th R.I.R. Wounded
Given Robert
Dunloy Private Scottish Regiment Wounded
Given Samuel
Dunloy Rifleman 6th R.I.R. Wounded
Heaney William
Killagan Captain A.V.C.
Lamont James
Dunloy Private 52nd Gordons
McCracken David
Dunloy Private H.L.I. Missing
McCracken Robert
Dunloy Corporal M.G.C. Wounded
McDowell Thomas J.
Dunloy Lance-Corporal 11th R.I.R.
McNeill William
Dunloy Corporal 20th R.I.R.
Moore Alexander
Dunloy Private H.L.I. Prisoner
Moore Samuel
Dunloy Rifleman 4th R.I.R.
Surgenor William
Dunloy Drummer 5th Seaforth Highlanders Wounded
Templeton David
Dunloy Rifleman 12th R.I.R. Wounded
Wallace John
Dunloy Private R.F.C.
Young John
Dunloy Rifleman 12th R.I.R. Prisoner
Young Robert
Dunloy Gunner 286th Battery R.G.A.
COLONIAL and U.S.A. FORCES




Boyd Wm. George
Dunloy Lieutenant R.F.C., Canadians
Elder James
Dunloy Private U.S.A. Troops
Elder William
Dunloy Private Canadian Troops
Gault William
Dunloy Trooper New Zealand Troops Served in P'tine.
McMurray William
Dunloy Sergeant Canadians
McNeill Herbert J.
Dunloy Private 3rd Canadians
Moore Joseph
Dunloy Sergeant 90th Canadians

 

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