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

Extract for the Congregation of Dublin, Lower Abbey Street

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Armstrong Reginald
Beechfield Ho., Clontarf Trooper N.I.H. Killed in Action
Blyth Robert 26 Wigan Road Corporal 4th R.D. Fus.
Burns Hamilton 35 Smithville 2nd Lieutenant 1st R.D. Fus.
Campbell William 31 Finglas Road Lieutenant R.F. Corps Killed in Action
Campbell Andrew W. 31 Finglas Road Lieutenant 12th A. & S. Highlanders Wounded
Carson Robert 33 Bachelors' Walk Gunner S.S. Ansonia
Cook John J.
Scotland Corporal 10th R.D. Fus.
Downing John
Belfast Lieutenant 10th R.D. Fus. Killed in Action
Eakin Norman 75 Blessington Street Signaller Sig. Corps, 36th Div.
Eakin Robert A. 75 Blessington Street Sergeant 2nd Vic. T.B.
Earnshaw Frederick 5 Hollybank, Drumcondra 2nd Lieutenant R.I. Fus.
Earnshaw W. V. 5 Hollybank, Drumcondra Private 7th Hussars
Foggo Robert
North Strand Private 6th Dragoon Guards
Foggo James
North Strand C.C. H.M.S. London
Foggo William
North Strand L. Corporal 2nd Batt. Irish Guards
Gilmore Ross George
Kenilworth Square 2nd Lieutenant 6th R.D. Fus. Wounded
Grey R. G. 102 Cabra Park Trooper 21st Army Corps
Henderson A. Victor 86 Botanic Road Private A. & S. Highlanders
Isaac David
Leinster House Private 7th R.D. Fus. Died
Jonston D. Percy
Gracehall, Lurgan 2nd Lieutenant R.G.A.
Johnston Ernest
Gracehall, Lurgan 2nd Lieutenant South Staffords Killed in Action
Johnston Samuel
Cookstown Sergeant A/102 Brigade R.F.A. M.M.
Kerr Thomas J.
Dublin Private 6th Dragoon Guards Wounded
Kinnear C. Annesley
Albany Ho., Ranelagh Lieutenant R.F.A. Killed in Action
Laird Alex. 39 St. Lawrence Road Rifleman 15th R.I. Rifles
Lyons J. V. B.
Clontarf Corporal A.P.O.
Manly John
Trinity College Sergeant R.A.M.C.
Marshall Alex.
Dublin Lieutenant 15th M.G. Co.
Merhette Frank 82 Hollybank Road Sergeant 5th R.I. Fus.
Miller Jack 97 Phibsborough Road 2nd Lieutenant 11th R.D. Fus. Wounded
Miller W. Robert
Lr. Gardiner Street Private 10th Essex Reg.
Neill R. G.
Londonderry 2nd Lieutenant 63rd I.B.D.
Pollock Samuel A. 42 Mt. Pleasant Square Private A.S.C.
Pollock Robert 42 Mt. Pleasant Square Driver R.F.A.
Shepherd Alfred
Daisyhill, Co. Armagh 2nd Lieutenant 8th R.I. Fus. Wounded
Shepherd J. Mackay
Daisyhill, Co. Armagh Lieutenant 173rd M.G. Co.
Scott Leonard
Lr. Sackville Street 2nd Lieutenant R.D. Fus. Killed in Action
Stewart H. R.
Banbridge, Co. Down 2nd Lieutenant 6th O. & B.L. Inft.
Smith James
Elm Park, Drumcondra 2nd Lieutenant 9th Gurkhas, I.A.
Sinclair Samuel 9 Dolphin Avenue 2nd Lieutenant R.F.C.
Thompson R. M.
Delamere, Ballsbridge Lieutenant 9th Delhi Inft., I.A. Wounded
Taylor Robert 36 Claude Rd., D'condra Private H.A.C.
Todd W. P.
Cowper Gdns., Ranelagh Private 5th Manchester Regt.
Warner Albert
Molind Place, Dublin Private 2nd R.D. Fusilers Wounded
Wilson A. S.
Frankfort Av., Rathgar 2nd Lieutenant 7th R.D. Fus. Killed in Action
COLONIAL FORCES




Campbell Duncan D.
Glasnevin Private S. African Regt.
Howe Edward
Sandymount Bugler 3rd Canadians Wounded
Porter Hubert D. 26 Rathdrum Road Sergeant 31st Canadians Wounded
Porter John E. 26 Rathdrum Road Private 10th Canadians Wounded
Young William
Fairview Private Can. Highlanders Killed in Action

 

Abbey Presbyterian, Dublin Memorial 1914-1918 At the end of 1918 the congregation of Lower Abbey (Union Chapel) formed a union with that of Rutland Square forming the united congregation of Abbey in Parnell Square.

While the Roll of Honour lists the congregations separately, the memorial that was subsequently erected by the united congregation lists the members from both.

For a list of names from the memorial pictured see here



Image courtesy of Patrick Hugh Lynch.

 

 

 

 

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