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

Extracts for Ministers and Sons of Ministers

Number in brackets refers to no of times

Surname First Name Rank Battalion, Regiment &c. Father's Name Remarks
Alexander James Harold Private 4th Sqn. N.I.H. Rev. Thomas Alexander, Kilmore
Allison G. F. Lieut.-Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. J. A. Allison, Monaghan M.C.
Allison R. A. Lieutenant Canadian Engineers Rev. R. Allison, Kilbride Wounded in Action
Allison Wm. Walter, M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. R. Allison, Kilbride
Armour Rev. J. B. M., M.A. Captain Chaplain Rev. J. B. Armour, Ballymoney Mentioned in Despatches
Armour J. Kenneth C. Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery Rev. J. B. Armour, Ballymoney
Arnold John Corry, LL.B. Captain 30th Batt. Northumberland Fus. Late Rev. R. J. Arnold, Dunmurry Wounded in Action
Arnold John Irwin Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Wm. Arnold, Enniscorthy
Arnold Richard Ernest Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. Wm. Arnold, Enniscorthy
Ashmore Richard, M.A. Lieutenant Canadians Late Rev. J. Ashmore, Creevelea Killed in Action
Bailey Alexander Lance-Corporal 4th P.P. Canadian L.I. Late Rev. R. T. Bailey, Carlow Killed in Action
Bailey R. N. H. Major 2nd Batt. H.L.I. Rev. W. H. Bailey, Clogher Wounded in Action
Baird William Engineer H.M. Transport Service Rev. W. J. Baird, Belfast
Baird Wm. F. Driver R. Battery, R.H.A. Rev. David Baird, Garvaghy
Ball Rev. J. C. G., B.A. Captain Chaplain
Bartley William Sergeant 52nd Batt. Canadian Cont. Late Rev. J. R. Bartley, Tralee Wounded in Action (3), Died of Wounds
Beattie H. H. Captain 2nd Batt. Northamptons Rev. Dr. H. H. Beattie, Belfast
Beatty M. Cecil, M.B. Lieut.-Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. J. Beatty, Ballycopeland
Bellis S. Arrott Lieutenant Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve Late Rev. Dr. Bellis, Ramelton
Berkeley Lowry E. Lieutenant 3rd Batt. Connaught Rangers Late Rev. W. L. Berkeley, Belfast Wounded in Action
Berkeley W. L. Private 3rd South African Infantry Late Rev. W. L. Berkeley, Belfast Killed in Action
Bodel F. E. Captain King's Liverpool Regiment Late Rev. J. Bodel, Ballyalbany Killed in Action
Boyd James Alex. Captain The Essex Regiment Late Rev. John Boyd, Ballynahinch
Boyd John M. Lieutenant 1st Canadian Res. Batt. Late Rev. John Boyd, Ballynahinch Wounded in Action
Boyd Robert, B.A. Captain 7th Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers Rev. Robert Boyd, Gujarat Prisoner of War
Boyd Patrick Gardner Cadet Royal Air Force Rev. Robert Boyd, India
Boyd Robert Heaney Cadet Royal Irish Fusiliers Late Rev. R. H. Boyd, Ballyjamesduff
Boyd Thomas W. Lieutenant 10th Batt. R.I.F. Late Rev. R. H. Boyd, Ballyjamesduff
Boyd W. Graham Lieutenant 10th Batt. R.I.F. Late Rev. R. H. Boyd, Ballyjamesduff Killed in Action
Boyd Wm. Ryder Lieutenant R. Inniskilling Fus. Late Rev. J. Boyd, Ballynahinch
Boyle James C. C. 2nd Lieutenant R. Inniskilling Fus. Late Rev. D. J. Boyle, Lisbellaw
Boyle Robert M. Captain 2nd Batt. R. Inng. Fus. Rev. Robert Boyle, Killala Wounded in Action (2), M.C., Prisoner of War
Brennan Herbert W. Midshipman H.M.S. "Caronia" Rev. John Brennan, Kilkenny
Burkitt Frank H. Lieutenant Guides of India Rev. T. H. Burkitt, Athenry Awarded O.B.E.
Burnett Henry W. Sergeant 5th Batt. Seaforth Highlanders Rev. L. Burnett, Donoughmore Killed in Action
Burnside Francis M. Captain Royal Marine Artillery Late Rev. S. D. Burnside, Carryduff
Burnside Godfrey M. Captain Royal Marine Artillery Late Rev. S. D. Burnside, Carryduff Mentioned in Despatches
Caldwell S. A. Bombardier 18th A.F.A. Brigade Rev. S. E. Caldwell, Corboy Wounded in Action
Campbell J. J. B. Lieutenant Royal Air Force Late Rev. J. A. Campbell, formerly of Sandymount
Campbell Wm. W. Trooper S.A. Mounted Rifles Late Rev. J. A. Campbell, formerly of Sandymount
Canning Charles C. Captain 11th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. J. A. Canning, Crumlin
Chambers Fred. W. Lieutenant Royal Air Force Late Rev. F. Chambers, St. Johnston Wounded in Action
Charlton Denham Captain South African Scottish Rev. R. J. Charlton, formerly of Castledawson M.C.
Charlton R. J. Wallace Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery, South Africa Rev. R. J. Charlton, formerly of Castledawson
Clarke John K. Lieutenant Royal Air Force Rev. E. Clarke, Strabane Mentioned in Despatches, Wounded in Action, Killed in Action
Clarke Thomas V. Lieutenant Indian Cavalry Rev. E. Clarke, Strabane
Clarke Robert Private 9th Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers Late Rev. S. B. Clarke, Cairncastle Killed in Action
Clements R. W., B.A., M.B. Lieut.-Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps, H.Q. Staff Late Rev. W. Clements, Benburb D.S.O., Mentioned in Despatches (4), C.M.G.
Cochrane John S. Lieutenant 18th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. John Cochrane, Gilford Wounded in Action
Cochrane Wm. E. Cadet 10th Batt. R.I.F. Rev. John Cochrane, Gilford
Colquhoun J. W. C. Lieutenant 3rd Batt. R.I.F. Rev. Wm. Colquhoun, Belfast
Colquhoun W. Midshipman Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve Rev. Wm. Colquhoun, Belfast
Cooke Henry Captain 10th Batt. 4th Div. Can. Con. Late Rev. Wm. Cooke, Kilkenny Died
Corkey Rev. D. S., B.A. Captain Chaplain Late Rev. Dr. Corkey, Glendermot Wounded in Action, Mentioned in Despatches (2)
Coulter John W. C. Captain Army Pay Dept. Rev. D. S. K. Coulter, Gilnahirk
Cowper Wm. Haslett Lieutenant The Royal Irish Regiment Late Rev. G. T. Cowper, Rathfriland
Craig Hugh 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles Rev. D. H. Craig, Donegore
Crawford Rev. R. G., B.A. Captain Chaplain Late Rev. S. G. Crawford, formerly of Westport
Currie Samuel Hans Cadet Royal Air Force Rev. S. Currie, Clones
Dale Rev. J. M. R., B.D. Major Chaplain Mentioned in Despatches (2)
Davey Chas. Fredk., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. Davey, Belfast
Davey Thomas H. Private Royal Garrison Artillery Late Rev. Dr. Davey, Belfast
Davey Wm. Edwin Private 28th Batt. R.F. Late Rev. Dr. Davey, Belfast Killed in Action
Davis Rev. John, B.A. Private Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. John Davis, Ballynahinch Died
Davison Wm. A. Sergeant 10th Batt. R. Inng. Fus. Rev. Thomas Davison, Dungiven
Deans Theo. J. 2nd Lieutenant Indian Army Rev. John Deans, Richhill
Dick R. C., B.E. Captain Royal Engineers Rev. Robert Dick, Douglas M.C.
Dickey Alfred C., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. C. C. M. Dickey, Draperstown
Dickey R. F. L. Captain Royal Air Force Late Rev. Dr. R. H. F. Dickey, Londonderry D.S.C. (3), Mentioned in Despatches, Wounded in Action
Dodds Robert L. Surgeon Probationer Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve Rev. R. W. Dodds, Belfast
Duncan James 1st A.M. Royal Air Force Rev. Wm. Duncan, Killeter
Duncan Lowry S. Captain 14th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. S. Duncan, Killucan M.C., Wounded in Action (2), Awarded Croix-de-Guerre
Edgar Cyril Private N.Z. Mounted Rifles Late Rev. Dr. R. M. Edgar, Dublin
Edgar John W. W. Lieutenant 9th Batt. Lincolns Late Rev. Dr. R. M. Edgar, Dublin
Edgar R. McCheyne Sergeant Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. R. M. Edgar, Dublin
Elliott Brereton G. Major 4th Batt. East Lancs. Late Rev. John Elliott, Armagh
Elliott Charles J. Captain 17th Australian Army Service Corps Late Rev. John Elliott, Armagh
Elliott George M., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, Hospl., Alexandria Rev. Wm. Elliott, Ballinasloe
Elliott Oliver G. Private 12th Batt. Royal Scots Rev. Wm. Elliott, Ballinasloe
Elliott Rev. R., M.A. Lieutenant 8th Batt. Camerons Rev. Wm. Elliott, Ballinasloe
Elliott Robert B. Private Royal Army Medical Corps, 44th Fd. Amb. Late Rev. John Elliott, Armagh
Elliott Rev. R. C., B.A. Captain Chaplain
English James Lieutenant 20th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. S. English, Ballynahinch Mentioned in Despatches
Faris Rev. George, B.A. Captain Chaplain
Ferguson H. R. M., M.D. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, W. African Med. Stff. Rev. J. E. Ferguson, Randalstown
Ferguson J. M., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 154th Brig. Royal Field Artillery Rev. J. E. Ferguson, Randalstown Mentioned in Despatches, Killed in Action
Ferris Hugh Private S.A. Forces Late Rev. J. C. Ferris, Belfast
Ferris Wm. 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. J. C. Ferris, Belfast Killed in Action
Flack Rev. W. T., M.A., B.D. Captain Chaplain
Fulton Fleming, M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. Fulton, Manchuria
Gailey Andrew J. Private Royal Garrison Artillery Rev. John Gailey, Ballysillan
Gailey John T. Private Royal Garrison Artillery Rev. John Gailey, Ballysillan
Gailey S. A. Surgeon Probationer R.N. Vol. Reserve Rev. A. Gailey, Lucan
Gailey J. L. Sergeant Royal Army Medical Corps, 36th Division Rev. A. Gailey, Lucan Died of Wounds
Gibson Rev. Andrew, B.A., B.D. Captain Chaplain M.C.
Gibson J. McIlrath, B.A., M.D. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, St. Geo.'s Hosp., Malta Late Rev. J. Gibson, Broughshane
Gillespie Donald S. Lieutenant 7th Batt. Dorsets Rev. S. Gillespie, Gujarat
Gilmore John Jas. Alex. Lieutenant Royal Air Force Rev. W. J. Gilmore, Newtowncrommelin
Gilmore William Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. W. J. Gilmore, Newtowncrommelin
Glass James Private Australian Forces Rev. T. Glass, formerly of Cookstown
Gilmour James M. Private N.Z. E.F. Late Rev. James Gilmour, Boveedy Died
Gilmour Rev. R. H. Private Canadian Forces Late Rev. John Gilmour, Mountjoy
Gordon Hugh N. Captain 15th Batt. Northumberland Fus. Rev. Dr. R. J. Gordon, Manchuria Wounded in Action
Gordon R. D. L. Cadet Indian Army Rev. Dr. R. J. Gordon, Manchuria
Graham Donald S. Private North Irish Horse Late Rev. Dr. Graham, Comber
Graham L. J. D., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. Graham, Comber
Graham Norman B., B.A., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 86th Amb. Co. Late Rev. Dr. Graham, Comber Wounded in Action, M.C. (2)
Graham Rev. Robert, B.A. Captain Chaplain
Graham W. S., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. Graham, Comber
Greer Alex. Lieutenant 8th Batt. Hampshire Regiment Late Rev. John Greer, Kilmount
Guy J. McFarland Engineer Royal Navy Rev. J. McF. Guy, Ballindrait
Guy W. G. S. Lance-Corporal Canadians Rev. J. McF. Guy, Ballindrait Wounded in Action
Hall Rev. R., M.A., B.D. Captain Chaplain
Hall Rev. W. P., M.A. Captain Chaplain
Hamilton E. S. B., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. R. W. Hamilton, Lisburn M.C., Prisoner of War
Hamilton J. B. Private Royal Garrison Artillery Late Rev. Dr. J. M. Hamilton, Dublin
Hamilton Rev. John E., B.A. Captain Chaplain Late Rev. J. S. Hamilton, Dublin M.C.
Hanson Rev. D. H., B.A., C.B.E. Lieut.-Colonel A.P. Chaplain Late Rev. D. Hanson, Belfast Awarded C.B.E.
Hanson Robert S. Captain 12th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. D. H. Hanson, Larne Wounded in Action, M.C.
Harbinson Charles H., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. W. Harbinson, Clarkes Bridge
Haslett T. Sinclair Lieutenant 10th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. Dr. Haslett, Ballymena M.C., Killed in Action
Holmes R. H., C.M.G. Lieut.-Colonel A.V.C. Late Rev. John Holmes, Tipperary C.M.G.
Hunter J. F. Lieutenant 6th Batt. R. Inng. Fus. Rev. Wm. Hunter, Manchuria Wounded in Action
Hutchinson Rev. W. H., B.A. Captain Chaplain Wounded in Action (2), M.C.
Irwin W. L. 2nd Lieutenant 2/7th Manchesters Rev. Dr. C. H. Irwin, Bray Wounded in Action, M.M.
Jackson C., B.Sc. Lieutenant 11th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. W. J. Jackson, Belfast M.C., Wounded in Action
Jackson Frank Captain, G.S.O. 6th Batt. R.I.F. Rev. Dr. Jackson, Ballycastle Wounded in Action, Mentioned in Despatches
Jackson H. M., B.A., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. Jackson, Ballycastle
Jackson John L., M.B. Major Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. Jackson, Ballycastle M.C., Mentioned in Despatches, Prisoner of War
Jackson J. S., B.A., B.Sc., A.M.I.C.E. Lieutenant 70th Fd. Co. R.E. Late Rev. W. J. Jackson, Belfast Wounded in Action, M.C.
Jackson Maurice Captain 13th Batt. R. Inng. F. Late Rev. W. J. Jackson, Belfast Wounded in Action
Keegan James M., M.A., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. G. C. Keegan, Westport
Keers Rev. Wm., B.A. Private Royal Army Medical Corps
Kelso Rev. Robert Captain Chaplain
Kennedy Gilbert M. Lieutenant 6th Batt. The Cameronians Late Rev. G. A. Kennedy, formerly of Aghadoey Killed in Action
Kennedy Norman R. Lieutenant 1st Batt. Royal Scots. Late Rev. G. A. Kennedy, formerly of Aghadoey M.C., Mentioned in Despatches
Kennedy John Private 3rd Batt. R. Inng. F. Late Rev. R. Kennedy, Myroe Wounded in Action, Prisoner of War
Kimmitt R. R. Lieut.-Colonel 3rd London Irish Rifles Late Rev. E. Kimmitt, Clonakilty Awarded O.B.E.
Kirkpatrick Rev. W. S., B.A. Captain Chaplain
Knowles Rev. John, B.A. Captain Chaplain
Knox Fergus Y. Captain 4th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. D. B. Knox, Whitehead Wounded in Action (2)
Knox Hugh W. Cadet Royal Air Force Rev. H. M. Knox, Ballymote
Knox T. W. Lieutenant 19th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. H. M. Knox, Ballymote
Knox W. H. Captain R. Inng. Fus. Rev. H. M. Knox, Ballymote M.C., Mentioned in Despatches
Latimer Gordon D., M.D. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. J. Latimer, Groomsport
Lecky John 2nd Lieutenant 18th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. A. G. Lecky, Ballylennon Killed in Action
Legate Rev. J. N. M., B.A. Captain Chaplain Rev. E. M. Legate, Ballyclare
Legate Rev. R. M. Captain Chaplain Rev. E. M. Legate, Ballyclare
Logan E. W. Lieutenant Indian Army Rev. Dr. Logan, Sandholes
Lowe Alfred Lieutenant 5th Batt. Royal Irish Regiment Rev. Dr. Lowe, Belfast
Lowe John A. Lieutenant American Army Rev. Dr. Lowe, Belfast
Lyle Arthur Nevin, B.A. Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Engineers Late Rev. T. Lyle, Dublin Awarded O.B.E.
Lynn T. M., B.E. Captain Indian Army Late Rev. T. Lyle, Dublin
Lynn Frederick Charles Private Royal Air Force Rev. R. Lynn, Inch
Lynn John Brewster Private Royal Air Force Rev. R. Lynn, Inch
Lynn Rev. Joseph, B.A., B.D. Major Chaplain Mentioned in Despatches (2)
McAlery John M. Captain Royal Air Force Late Rev. J. McAlery, Ballycarry Wounded in Action (2) Awarded Italian Silver Medal of Honour
McCandless John B. Private M.T. Army Service Corps Rev. J. L. McCandless, Boardmills
McCandless Leslie I. Lieutenant 10th Batt. Sherwood Forresters Rev. J. L. McCandless, Boardmills Wounded in Action
Macaulay Rev. J. J., B.A. Captain Chaplain Late Rev. M. Macauley, Newtownards
McCay A. W. Captain 15th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. James McCay, Castlederg
McCay C. A. R. Major Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. James McCay, Castlederg
McCay J. F. D. Lieutenant 15th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. James McCay, Castlederg Wounded in Action, Killed in Action
McCay The Hon. John W. T. Major-General Australian Imperial Forces Late Rev. A. R. B. McCay, formerly of Ballynure Awarded C.B., Awarded K.C.M.G., Awarded K.B.E.
McCleery James Moore Sergeant 13th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. J. R. McCleery, Killyleagh Killed in Action
McCleery Robert Private North Irish Horse Rev. J. R. McCleery, Killyleagh
McClure Hugh Cecil Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery Rev. Dr. McClure, Duneane Killed in Action
McClure J. R. S. Captain 250th Ter. Co. R.E. Rev. Dr. McClure, Duneane Wounded in Action, Mentioned in Despatches, Died
McClure Sam Major Royal Air Force Rev. Dr. McClure, Duneane
McClure Rev. Wm., B.A. Captain Chaplain
McComb S., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. S. McComb, Belfast
McComb Thomas M. Lieutenant 173rd Brig. Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. S. McComb, Belfast
McConnell R. W. 2nd Lieutenant 10th K.O.R.L. Regiment Rev. James McConnell, Belfast Killed in Action
McConnell Rev. W. J., B.A. Captain Chaplain Mentioned in Despatches (2)
McCrea Harold Private 24th Batt. Australians Rev. Thomas McCrea, Bellaghy Wounded in Action
McCrea Thomas Lieutenant 11th Batt. R. Inng. F. Rev. Thomas McCrea, Bellaghy Wounded in Action, M.C.
McCully A. L., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Jas. McCully, Broomfield
McCully W. C. Private 2nd Batt. Kimberley, S.A. Late Rev. Jas. McCully, Broomfield
MacDermott John Clarke 2nd Lieutenant Machine Gun Corps Rev. Dr. MacDermott, Belfast M.C.
MacDermott R. W., B.A., LL.B. 2nd Lieutenant 8th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. Dr. MacDermott, Belfast Killed in Action
MacDermott W., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. MacDermott, Belfast
McElfatrick Rev. Thos. A., B.A. Captain Chaplain
McElney R. G., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 77th Fd. Amb. Rev. J. R. McElney, Downpatrick M.C., Killed in Action
McElney W. H. C. 2nd Lieutenant Royal Air Force Rev. J. R. McElney, Downpatrick
McFadden G. D. F. Surgeon Probationer R.N.R., H.M.S. "Victory" Rev. J. McFadden, Badoney
McFadden John, M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 12th Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Rev. J. McFadden, Badoney
MacFarland George A., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. G. MacFarland, Belfast Killed in Action
McGranahan J. N. Lieutenant 9th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. Dr. McGranahan, Londonderry M.C.
McGranahan J. B., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. McGranahan, Londonderry
MacLaughlin Rev. David Captain Chaplain
MacLaughlin A. W. Lieutenant R.A.F., No. 1 Squadron Rev. D. MacLaughlin, Drumminis Wounded in Action (5), Mons Star, Missing
McIlwrath Rev. John, B.A. Captain Chaplain
McKee Alex. G. Surgeon Royal Navy Late Rev. J. McKee, Drumkeen
McKee Rev. E. J., LL.D. Captain Chaplain Late Rev. J. McKee, Drumkeen Wounded in Action
McKinney George J. Corporal Royal Air Force Rev. A. McKinney, Parkgate
McKinstry E. Herbert Lieutenant 17th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. Jos. McKinstry, Randalstown
McKinstry Joseph Lieutenant 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. Jos. McKinstry, Randalstown
Macky Whiteside Lieutenant 17th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. D. T. Macky, Newmills Wounded in Action
MacLurg Wm. Lance-Corporal P.P. Can. L.I., Univ. Cont. Rev. A. MacLurg, formerly of Ardstraw Killed in Action
McMullan Rev. W. J., B.A. Captain Chaplain
McNeill Arthur V., B.A. Lieutenant 5th Batt. R.I.F. Late Rev. James McNeill, Drumbo
McNeill James H. Major Can. For. Corps Late Rev. James McNeill, Drumbo
McNeill Robt. N., B.A., LL.B. Lieutenant 9th Batt. K.O.S.B. Late Rev. James McNeill, Drumbo Wounded in Action
McNutt Rev. Wm., B.A. Captain Chaplain
Macready Oscar H. Captain 16th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. H. H. Macready, Islandmagee Mentioned in Despatches (2), Died of Wounds
Madill J. T. Herbert, B.A., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. Madill, Garvagh
Madill Tom Surgeon Probationer Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve Late Rev. Dr. Madill, Garvagh
Mark Samuel M. H. Captain 12th Batt. R. Inng. F. Late Rev. John Mark, Dunbor Wounded in Action
Martin Norman Todd Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. Dr. W. Todd Martin, Belfast M.C.
Martin Sidney Todd Lieutenant 6th Batt. R. Inng. F. Late Rev. Dr. W. Todd Martin, Belfast Killed in Action
Matthews C. C. D. Private S.A. Defence Force Rev. S. Matthews, Wicklow
Matthews G. E. Private S.A. Defence Force Rev. S. Matthews, Wicklow
Matthews James Irwin Private Irish Guards Rev. S. Matthews, Wicklow Died of Wounds
Matthews J. S. Private S.A. Defence Force Rev. S. Matthews, Wicklow
Matthews S. W., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. S. Matthews, Wicklow Died
Maxwell Rev. W. N., B.A. Captain Chaplain
Meeke Rev. H. C., M.A. Lieut.-Colonel A.P. Chaplain Rev. James Meeke, Kingsmills Mentioned in Despatches (4), D.S.O., Promoted for Distinguished Service in the Field
Meeke Wm., L.D.S. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. James Meeke, Kingsmills
Megaw George L. Private Canad. Army Service Corps Rev. Dr. Megaw, Belfast
Michael James P. Cadet Royal Air Force Rev. Wm. Michael, Trenta
Michael Wm., M.B. Surgeon Royal Navy Rev. Wm. Michael, Trenta
Millar James L. 2nd Lieutenant 5th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. Ross Millar, Letterkenny Killed in Action
Milling Thomas, M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 169th Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. R. G. Milling, Ballynahinch
Mitchel F. D. Captain 10th Batt. R.I.F. Late Rev. S. C. Mitchel, Enniskillen Died of Wounds
Mitchel G. C. Private Can. Home Def. Late Rev. S. C. Mitchel, Enniskillen
Mitchel V. Lieutenant 1st Batt. R.I.F. Late Rev. S. C. Mitchel, Enniskillen
Mitchell Rev. D. R. Captain Chaplain Rev. D. K. Mitchell, Belfast Mentioned in Despatches
Moffett T. J. S., M.D. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. S. Moffett, Eskylane
Montgomery Alex., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. R. Montgomery, Belfast
Montgomery Edwin Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 77th Fd. Amb. Late Rev. R. Montgomery, Belfast
Montgomery E. P., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. H. Montgomery, Belfast M.C., Awarded Croix-de-Guerre (2)
Montgomery H. Major Australian A.M.C. Late Rev. R. Montgomery, Belfast Wounded in Action
Montgomery Rev. W. E., B.D. 2nd Lieutenant C.L.C. Rev. Dr. Montgomery, Belfast
Montgomery W. N., M.B. Captain 3rd Batt. R.I.F. & Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. Montgomery, Belfast Mentioned in Despatches (2)
Moore C. C. Lieutenant 1st Batt. Essex Regiment Late Rev. J. C. Moore, Connor
Moore D. B. Captain 18th Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. J. C. Moore, Connor
Moore Henry R. D. Lieutenant Indian Army Rev. H. H. Moore, Markethill
Moore Louis L. P. Private 1st Batt. 18th London R. (L.I.R.) Rev. J. C. Moore, formerly of Bellasi
Moore Rutherford W. Paymaster Lieutenant Royal Navy Rev. H. H. Moore, Markethill
Morison Edgar, M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. J. Morison, Carndonagh
Morrison Alfred E. Staff Sergeant 10th Batt. Canadians Rev. R. Morrison, Carndonagh Wounded in Action
Morton D. Hamill, B.A., B.E. Captain 7th R. Inng. F. Rev. D. Morton, Newtownstewart Wounded in Action (2), Prisoner of War
Mulholland H. C. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 38th Fd. Amb. Rev. H. C. Mulholland, Churchtown Wounded in Action, Mentioned in Despatches
Mulligan James A. 2nd Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery Rev. J. A. W. Mulligan, formerly of Groomsport
Murphy John H. B. Lieutenant Egyptian Labour Corps Rev. Dr. Murphy, Cork
Neill Rev. Gilmour Captain Chaplain Rev. M. Neill, Sion Mills
Neill Matthew Craig Sergeant Royal Army Medical Corps, Canadian Cont. Rev. M. Neill, Sion Mills
Neilson Daniel B. M. Mariner Merchant Service Rev. R. Neilson, Donegal Awarded Prize for sinking German Submarine
Neilson Edwin F. Sergeant-Major 27th Batt. Winnipeg Regiment Rev. R. Neilson, Donegal Wounded in Action
Neilson Matthew H. Private 25th R.F. Legion of Frontiersmen (E.A.) Rev. R. Neilson, Donegal
Orr Rev. J. H., B.A. Captain Chaplain
Osborne Wm. H. Lieutenant 4th Batt. Leinster Regiment Rev. Dr. Osborne, Dublin Wounded in Action (2), M.C.
Park Rev. R. J. M., M.A. Captain Chaplain
Park William Major Royal Air Force Rev. Dr. Park, Belfast Awarded O.B.E.
Parke Joseph B. Lieutenant 18th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. D. Parke, Donacloney
Parr J. F. F. Major Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. John Parr, Corlea
Paton Rev. J. G., M.A., B.D. Captain Chaplain M.C. (3), Mentioned in Despatches
Patton Grahame Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. Patton, Bangor
Patton Ernest Lieutenant Rev. Andrew Patton, Cloughwater
Patton Noel E. Lieutenant 19th Royal Irish Rifles Rev. Andrew Patton, Cloughwater
Patton T. W., B.A. Lieutenant 5th Batt. R.I.F. Rev. Andrew Patton, Cloughwater
Paul Harold S. Private Canad. Overseas Artillery Late Rev. S. Paul, Gillygooley
Perry R. J. Corporal 19th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. H. W. Perry, Portadown
Phillips T. McC., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. J. G. Phillips, Damascus Died of Wounds
Pollock A. Norman, M.B. Surgeon Royal Navy Rev. John Pollock, Belfast
Pollock Paul Gilchrist Lance-Corporal 14th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. John Pollock, Belfast Killed in Action
Rea John T. Major Royal Engineers Late Rev. G. T. Rea, Gujarat
Reid Rev. T. S., B.A. Captain Chaplain
Rentoul Rev. J. L., B.A. Private Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. R. W. R. Rentoul, Clonmel Killed in Action
Rentoul Rev. Prof. J. L., M.A., D.D. Colonel Chaplain-General Late Rev. Dr. Rentoul, Garvagh Awarded O.B.E.
Rentoul Alex. C. Private Australian A.M.C. Late Rev. A. Rentoul, Sandymount
Rentoul A. H., M.B. Major Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. A. H. Rentoul, Longford
Rentoul Rev. J. B. Captain Chaplain Late Rev. A. Rentoul, Sandymount
Rentoul J. L., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. James Rentoul, Dromore Mentioned in Despatches
Rentoul W. W. Major 7th Batt. E. Lancs. & 1st K.S.L.I. Rev. R. W. R. Rentoul, Clonmel Wounded in Action, M.C., Mentioned in Despatches
Robinson Archibald Private 19th Batt. 2nd Can. Cont. Late Rev. W. C. Robinson, Ballykelly
Robinson J. M. C. Lieutenant Royal Engineers Late Rev. W. C. Robinson, Ballykelly
Robb Campbell, M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. Robb, Galway
Robb James Jackson, M.B. Major Ind. M.S. Late Rev. Dr. Robb, Galway
Robson John S. M. Private 54th Batt. Can. Cont. Late Rev. R. Robson, Hillhall
Ross George H. Lieutenant 10th Canadians Rev. R. W. Ross, Burt Wounded in Action
Ross Leslie N. Lieutenant 16th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. R. W. Ross, Burt Wounded in Action
Scott Harold H. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 9th Lancs Late Rev. James Scott, Banbridge Wounded in Action
Scott Norman A.M.I. Royal Air Force Rev. Richard Scott, Ennis
Shannon Rev. W. F., B.A. Colonel Chaplain Late Rev. R. Shannon, Cladymore Awarded O.B.E.
Sharpe W. McC. Major 16th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery Rev. J. W. Sharpe, Moneymore Wounded in Action, Mentioned in Despatches, D.S.O.
Sharpe Edward, M.B. Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. J. W. Sharpe, Moneymore
Simms Rev. J. M., C.B., C.M.G., D.D., LL.D., K.H.C. Major-General Principal Chaplain C.M.G., Mentioned in Despatches (7), Awarded C.B.
Simpson Hugh Captain Labour Corps Rev. E. F. Simpson, Ballymena
Simpson Wm. A., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. R. T. Simpson, Dungannon
Sinclair R. L. Driver B Battery Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. R. W. Sinclair, Gujarat Died
Smith Rev. Fred., B.D. Captain Chaplain
Smith F. S. S., M.D. Captain Ind. M.S. Late Rev. J. S. Smith, Clogher
Smith John B., B.A., M.B. Lieut.-Colonel Ind. M.S. Late Rev. J. S. Smith, Cork
Smith J. H., M.B. Captain Ind. M.S. Late Rev. J. S. Smith, Clogher
Smith J. M. Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. J. S. Smith, Clogher
Smith W. Allen Lieutenant A.V.C. Late Rev. J. S. Smith, Clogher
Smyth Gordon, D.L. 2nd Lieutenant 16th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. J. Smyth, Crossgar Killed in Action
Smyth John A. Corporal 187th Co. R.E. Late Rev. J. Smyth, Crossgar
Smythe R. Hastings Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. R. H. Smythe, Castleblayney
Steele R. B., M.A. Lieutenant Royal Air Force Late Rev. Dr. Steele, India Killed in Action
Steen John Gunner 61st Batt. Can. F.A. Rev. John Steen, Glenelly
Stevenson Archie M. Private 1st Can. Mounted Rifles Late Rev. M. Stevenson, formerly of Tobermore
Stewart A. K. Lieutenant Royal Engineers Late Rev. Hugh Stewart, Loughgilly
Stewart H. J. L. Lieutenant 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. John Stewart, Seaforde
Stewart J. C. P. Sergeant North Irish Horse Rev. John Stewart, Seaforde
Stewart R. C. Corporal North Irish Horse Rev. John Stewart, Seaforde M.M.
Stewart Rev. W. H., B.A. Captain Chaplain
Strahan Thomas S. Lieutenant Gloucestershire Regiment Rev. W. G. Strahan, Newry
Stuart Rev. A. Captain Chaplain Killed in Action
Taylor Alfred S., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 1st Batt. H.L.I. Rev. Dr. D. A. Taylor, Belfast Killed in Action
Taylor D. R., M.B. Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Dr. D. A. Taylor, Belfast
Thompson Arthur 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Batt. R. Innis. Fus. Rev. Dr. Thompson, Londonderry
Thompson J. K. S. 2nd Lieutenant 19th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. J. Thompson, Clontibret
Thompson Robert G. F. 2nd Lieutenant 1st Batt. York and Lancs. Rev. Dr. Thompson, Londonderry
Torrie Rev. E. G., B.A. Private Royal Army Medical Corps
Waddell Charles Lieutenant 3rd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. Hugh Waddell, Manchuria
Waddell T. M. R. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Hugh Waddell, Manchuria
Walker Ralph H. 2nd Lieutenant Royal Air Force Rev. Professor Walker, Belfast
Walker W. M., M.B. Major Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. S. Walker, Donaghadee D.S.C.
Walker S. H. Lieutenant 5th Batt. Royal Irish Regiment Rev. S. Walker, Donaghadee Mentioned in Despatches, Prisoner of War
Wallace James W. Lieutenant 19th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Rev. J. C. Wallace, Raphoe Wounded in Action (2), Mentioned in Despatches
Wallace J. K. L. Private 1st Can. Cont., Bomb-thrower Late Rev. R. Wallace, Omagh
Wallace Robert C. 2nd Lieutenant S. African Forces in E. Africa Late Rev. R. Wallace, Omagh Killed in Action
Watson Rev. Andrew Captain Chaplain
Watson John Hyndman Sergeant 18th Batt. Royal Scots Late Rev. John Watson, Boyle Killed in Action
Watson W. T. Private 3rd Batt. S. African Infty. Late Rev. John Watson, Boyle
Watters James C., B.A. 2nd Lieutenant No. 1 Battery S.A. H.A. Rev. F. O. M. Watters, formerly of Sligo Died of Wounds
Watters Thomas M. Private 9th Batt. S. African Infantry Rev. F. O. M. Watters, formerly of Sligo
Watts Robert Captain Army Service Corps, attd. 2nd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. R. J. Watts, Kilmacrennan M.C. (2), Awarded Croix-de-Guerre
West Bruce A., M.D. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. West, Antrim
West John Weir, M.B. Lieut.-Colonel Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. West, Antrim Mentioned in Despatches (5), C.M.G., Awarded Chevalier Legion of Honour, Awarded Order Della Salute Publico
White P. W., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, 108th Fd. Amb. Rev. P. W. White, Stonebridge
White Thomas J. Lieutenant 16th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. R. White, Kilkeel Wounded in Action, M.C.
White Wm. C. Engineer Lieutenant Royal Navy Reserve Rev. P. W. White, Stonebridge Died of Wounds, Mentioned in Despatches
White Wm. R., B.A. Captain 16th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. R. White, Kilkeel Wounded in Action, M.C.
Whyte Fredk. H., M.B. Captain Royal Army Medical Corps Rev. Adam Whyte, Gortin
Whyte John Stanley, B.Sc. Lieutenant Royal Engineers Rev. Adam Whyte, Gortin Wounded in Action
Wilkin Cecil Lieutenant 5th Batt. Royal Irish Regiment Late Rev. Jas. Wilkin, Ballinglen Wounded in Action
Wilson Charles Morell Captain Army Ordnance Department Late Rev. Dr. A. J. Wilson, Malone M.C., Mentioned in Despatches
Wilson Crawford L.L. Surgeon Probationer Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve Late Rev. Dr. S. L. Wilson, Belfast
Wilson David Captain 107th Canadian Regiment Late Rev. Dr. D. Wilson, Limerick
Wilson Daniel M., K.C. Captain 11th Batt. R. Inng. Fus. Late Rev. Dr. D. Wilson, Limerick
Wilson Edmund, E. F. B. Major South African Royal Army Medical Corps Late Rev. Dr. D. Wilson, Limerick Killed in Action
Wilson Herbert Private Australian Artillery Late Rev. Dr. Wilson, Cookstown
Wilson Robert 2nd Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery Late Rev. W. A. Wilson, Coleraine
Woodburn David Captain Royal Garrison Artillery Rev. Prof. Woodburn, Londonderry Wounded in Action (3)
Witherow T. H., B.A. Lieutenant 8th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. Wm. Witherow, Belfast
Workman E. G. Private 1st Batt. Canadian Engineers Late Rev. Dr. Workman, Newtownbreda
Workman Franz Flight Lieutenant Royal Air Force Late Rev. Dr. Workman, Newtownbreda M.C., Mentioned in Despatches
Workman James H. Private Royal Army Service Corps (M.T.) Late Rev. Dr. Workman, Newtownbreda M.M.
Workman Rev. J. Jackson, B.A. Major Chaplain M.C., Mentioned in Despatches (3)
Wright Alfred J. Lieutenant 9th R. Inng. Fusiliers Late Rev. Dr. Wright, Newtownards
Wright Matthew J. 2nd Lieutenant 14th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles Late Rev. Dr. Wright, Newtownards Wounded in Action, Killed in Action
Wright Richard P. M. Lieutenant Inland Water Transport Ser. Late Rev. Dr. Wright, Newtownards
Wright Thomas Engineer Admiralty Work Late Rev. Dr. Wright, Newtownards Awarded O.B.E.
Wright Wm. M. Captain 6th Royal Dublin Fusiliers Late Rev. Dr. Wright, Newtownards Wounded in Action
Young Hugh Captain 12th Batt. R. Inng. F. Rev. W. J. Young, Milford Wounded in Action, M.C., Mentioned in Despatches

 

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