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

Extract for the Congregation of Lisburn, First

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Adams Edward
Hill Street Private Scottish Rifles
Adams Ralph
Hill Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Adams Samuel
Hill Street Private 53rd N. Fus.
Beck Hugh H.
Longstone Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
Beck James
Longstone Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Beck Robert
Longstone Street Private 2nd Inniskilling Fusiliers
Black David
Lambeg Stoker Royal Navy
Blakely Alexander F.
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles
Blakely Edward C.
Hill Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
Blakely Thomas
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles
Campbell David

Private

Campbell Hubert
Castle Street Cadet Royal Irish Rifles
Campbell Wilfred S. H.
Chelsea, London Captain Royal Army Medical Corps
Carlisle William
Gregg Street Captain Royal Engineers
Caughey Joseph
Hillhall Road Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles
Chambers James
Lisburn Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Clarke William

2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles
Clay John
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles Died of Wounds
Clay Thomas
Lambeg Q.-M. Sergt. 109th Mortar Battery Killed in Action
Cooke Fredk. G.
Walk Private North Irish Horse Killed in Action
Coulter James
Bow Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Prisoner
Coulter P. B.
Bow Street Private R.I. Fusiliers
Coulter Theodore
Bow Street Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles
Coulter Victor
Railway Street Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles
Coulter W. Ernest
Railway Street Captain Leinster Regiment
Cree George
Low Road Private Royal Irish Rifles
Cree William
Low Road Private Royal Irish Rifles Prisoner
Crothers Jack
Llewellyn Private Royal Irish Rifles
Deane Laurence
Mercer Street Sapper Royal Engineers
Dickson Robert
Gregg Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
Dickson Samuel
Gregg Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Douglas Samuel
Ravarnette Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Duff Ernest
Old Hillsborough Road Lieutenant King's Rifles
Fisher David J.
Lambeg Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles
Fisher Joseph
Lambeg Private M.G.C., Royal Irish Rifles
Fisher William J.
Lambeg Stoker Royal Navy
Gill David
Balliskeagh Lance-Corporal Royal Irish Rifles
Gill James
Balliskeagh Private Royal Irish Rifles Prisoner
Gill Robert
Balliskeagh Private Royal Irish Rifles
Gill William
Balliskeagh
Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Gillespie J. E. Stanley
Seymour Street Q.-M. Sergt. Royal Irish Rifles
Gillespie R. C. V.
Seymour Street Corporal E. Yorkshires Killed in Action
Gillespie W. C. D.
Seymour Street
H.M.S. Duke OF Edinburgh
Greenfield Richard B.
Walk
H.M.S. Duke OF Edinburgh
Greenfield Robert S.
Walk Private 108th Field Amb.
Hull Frederick G.
Castle Street Captain Royal Irish Rifles
Johnston Joseph G., M.D.
Railway Street Lieut.-Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps M.C.
Kinkead Henry
Ardmore 2nd Lieutenant R.A.
Kirkwood T. J.
Lisburn Private Royal Irish Rifles Died
Knox Charles
Lambeg Sergeant R.A. Died of Wounds
Ledlie James
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles
Ledlie Samuel
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles
Ledlie Thomas
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles
Lindsay Robert
Low Road Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Logan Charles




Logan Jack




Logan Simon
Lisburn Cadet North Irish Horse
McClenaghan John
Low Road Lance-Corporal Royal Irish Rifles
McClenaghan Richard
Low Road Private Trench M. Batt.
McClenaghan W. J.
Hilden Sergeant Northumberland Fus.
McCloy Matthew
Lisburn Private Labour Batt.
McCumiskey Harold
Bridge Street Private Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Wounded
McCumiskey Herbert
Bridge Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
McCumiskey James
Bridge Street Gunner Royal Field Artillery
McCumiskey William
Bridge Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
McKibbin Joseph




McLean James P.
Lisburn Private Royal Irish Rifles
McNeill John

Private Royal Irish Rifles
Magee James
Low Road
Worcester Regiment
Magee William

Private Labour Batt.
Malcomson Norman D.
Ulster Bank Lieutenant Manchester Regiment
Malcomson Thomas
Ulster Bank Captain Manchester Regiment Wounded
Malcomson Rodney




Maze Andrew
Antrim Street Sergeant S. African Corps
Mines Charles
Mercer Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
Mines John




Mines Thomas
Mercer Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Died of Wounds
Mitchell Anthony
Low Road Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Moore Joseph
Hillhall Road Private Royal Irish Rifles
Murphy Robert
Eia Street Sapper Royal Engineers Wounded
Newell James
Low Road Sapper Royal Engineers Killed in Action
Patterson Phares
Smithfield Private Royal Irish Rifles
Patterson W. J.
Hill Street
Royal Irish Rifles
Pearson David
Longstone Road Private Royal Irish Rifles
Pearson William




Pelan Thomas
N.C.R. Private S. African Force
Perry Robert
Low Road
Royal Navy
Reid John
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles Prisoner
Rodgers Marshall
Church Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
Rush Edward
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles
Shaw John
O. H. Road Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Simpson Herbert
Cremorne Captain Royal Irish Rifles
Simpson John
Low Road Private Royal Irish Rifles
Simpson Joseph
Low Road Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Simpson William
Wilson Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
Skillen Fred. A.
Railway Street Captain King's Liverpool
Skillen William




Smyth W. James
Walk Private Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Stewart Robert
Lambeg Private Royal Irish Rifles
Thompson James
Market Square Private Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Thompson John
Market Square Private Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
Todd Francis
Low Road Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Walker Joseph
Church Street Sergeant North Irish Horse Killed in Action
Walker Robert
Church Street Lance-Corporal Royal Irish Rifles
Waring Alfred
Linenhall Street Private Royal Irish Rifles
Waring John
Linenhall Street Private Royal Irish Rifles Killed in Action
Watson William
Millbrook Private R.M.L. Inft.
Watson Thomas
Antrim Street Sergeant Royal Irish Rifles
Wilson Joseph 44 Castle Street Sergeant Royal Air Force
Wilson Thomas H.
Brooklyn Captain Royal Irish Rifles Wounded, Prisoner
Wilson W. A.
Fintern Captain Royal Irish Rifles Died in Hosp., S.A.
Wilson W. J. B.
Brooklyn Captain Royal Irish Rifles Wounded
COLONIAL FORCES




McCumskey Albert


Can. Dragoons Wounded
Maze William


Can. E.F.
Moore Albert


Can. F.A.
Morrow Robert

Corporal 2nd Canadians
Smyth Andrew

Private Can. Cavalry

 

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