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

Extract for the Congregation of Frirst Presbyterian Church, Portadown

I have compared the entries in the Roll of Honour with the names recorded on the Memorial installed in the church. I have added those names not recorded in the Roll and noted any differences etc. I found either as a footnote or in brackets. For those fallen, where possible, I have also added a link to the relevant entry on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) website, Soldiers Died in the Great War (SDGW) which I have transcribed or Lives of the First World War (LOTFWW).

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Acheson John Edgar
Dunavon Lieutenant Liverpool Regiment Prisoner of War
Aitcheson [1] Wm. J.




Adamson George Hospital
Park Road Private
Killed in Action (CWGC)
Aitcheson Joseph R.
Park Road
Royal Navy
Barr Arthur
Henry Street Sergeant 3rd Royal Irish Rifles
Barr Edward
Henry Street Sapper Royal Engineers
Barr [1] Geo. Owen




Barr [1] John G.




Barbour [1] John




Barr Joseph
Henry Street Private 1st Royal Irish Rifles
Baxter Reginald
Parkmount Artificer Royal Navy
Bell Chas. D., .D,
Millicent Terrace Surgeon Royal Navy
Bell [1] Thomas




Best David
Bocombra Sergeant Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Brew John George
Rathlin Major 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers Died of Wounds (CWGC; LOTFWW)
Bright William Norman, M.D.
Edenderry Captain R.A.M.C.
Brown William J.
Montague Street Sergt.-Major
Killed in Action (prob CWGC)
Bryars John G.
Jervis Street Private R.A.S.C. (M.T.)
Bryars James
Jervis Street Private R.A.S.C.
Bryson Harold S.
Dirleton Sapper Royal Engineers
Bryson Hugh P.
Dirleton 2nd Lieutenant Tank Corps M.C. and Coix-de-Guerre
Clow Malcom P.
Feddal House Ambulance Driver (Condocteur) Red Cross Died (LOTFWW)
Cochrane [2] John (Jack)
Atkinson's Avenue Sergeant R.D.C.
Copeland William
Hanover Street Sergeant R.F.A. Died of Wounds (CWGC)
Crosbie Thomas Edward Chapman
Mahon House Captain 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers M.C., Killed in Action (CWGC)
Crozier [1] George




Crozier John
Portmore Street Staff Sergeant Army Shop
Crozier Wm.
Charles Street Sergeant

Dale James
Carleton Street Sergt.-Major R.F.A.
Davis James
Lurgan Road Sapper Royal Engineers
Davison William
Bridge Street Corporal R.A.P.C.
Eadie [1] Jas. Inglis




Espie [1] Thomas F.

Lieut.
Died (CWGC)
Gardiner James Totton
Annagh 2nd Lieutenant Royal Irish Rifles Died of Wounds (CWGC)
Gibson [2] John (Jack)
Windsor Lodge Captain 9th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Gibson John Edgar
Gilford Road Captain 9th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Gibson Thomas
Windsor Lodge 2nd Lieutenant R.G.A.
Graham Albert
Carrickblacker Road Private Royal Irish Fusiliers Killed in Action (CWGC)
Graham Thomas
Carrickblacker Road Gunner R.F.A.
Gray [1] Harold, M.D.




Hamilton John
Seagoe Private 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Hanna Henry
Edward Street Lieutenant K.O.S.B.
Hughes John
Jarvis Street Private 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Hutcheson Ernest
Market Street 2nd Lieutenant

Jennings John
West Street


Jennings Rowan
West Street Private 11th Tank Corps.
Jennings Samuel
West Street


Joyce [1] Robert J.




Keith John
Jervis Street Sergeant 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers M.S.M.
Kidd Alexander
Francis Street Private 3rd Royal Irish Fusiliers
King [3] Robert E.

Private 4th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Livingstone M.

Sergeant

Lynas James
Moyallon Private 26th B.W.
McClelland Robert
Park Road Private R.A.S.C.
McCullagh James
Irwin Street Sergeant 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers M.M.
Magowan Andrew
Park Road Corporal 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers M.M., Killed in Action (CWGC; SDGW)
Millar Edward
Seagoe


Millar George
Seagoe Private 5th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Millar Henry
Seagoe


Orr [6] David
Bridge Street Corporal 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers or M.G.C. M.M., Killed in Action (CWGC)
Palmer James
Victoria Terrace Private 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Patterson David
High Street Private 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Rutherford Herbert
Bannview House
North Irish Horse Prisoner of War
Sergeant William Henry
Edenderry
Royal Navy
Sloan Gerrard A.
Ballyworkan Hoouse Cadet D.U. O.T.C.
Smith Alexander




Smith [1] Edward




Smith [4] R. M. S.
Jervis Street Private 3rd Royal Irish Fusiliers
Sprott [1] Thomas

Dispenser. R.A.M.C. Died (CWGC)
Stevenson William
High Street Sergeant 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers M.M.
Stewart Wm.
Alma Terrace Sapper Royal Engineers M.M.
Tate George




Tate [1] Herbert




Tate James
Railway Street Lance-Corporal 4th Royal Irish Rifles
Tate Samuel




Todd Francis
Sandy Row Private
Killed in Action
Todd Robert
Sandy Row Private 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers (Egypt)
Turner [5] Edmund A.

Private 5th Royal Irish Fusiliers
Turner William

Lance-Corporal Royal Engineers
Vaughan Thomas
Seagoe Sergeant North Irish Horse Prisoner at Mons
Vaughan Walter
Seagoe Trooper North Irish Horse
Walker Frederick
Parkmount Private
Wounded
Walker John
Parkmount Private 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers Wounded
Walker John
King Street Private 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers (Egypt)
Walker Wm. J.
Prospect House Private Royal Irish Fusiliers
Widdecome [1] John A.




Wilson Thomas A.
Drumcree Private 1/1 Bucks.
Young [1] John B.




COLONIAL FORCES




Banks Orston


Canadian Army
Baxter David


Canadian Army
Bright David M.

Captain Canadian Army
Bright James

Engineer S. African Army
Crozier James
Charles Street Private 1st Canadian Army
Gibson Joseph


Canadian Army
Gibson Thomas


Canadian Army
Gordon Thomas A.

Sergeant Canadian Army
Knipe John


Canadian Army
Stevenson Thomas


Canadian Army
Sprott Robert McC.


N.Z.
Whitehead Robert


Canadian Army
Whitehead Victor


Canadian Army
Wilson Robert


Canadian Army

 

1. Recorded on the church memorial but not in the Roll of Honour.

2. Name recorded in the Roll of Honour as "Jack" but not on the church memorial as "John".

3. Name recorded in the Roll of Honour as "R.F.M.A." but not on the church memorial as "Robert E.".

4. Name recorded in the Roll of Honour as "R.F., M.A." but not on the church memorial as "R. M. S.".

5. Name recorded in the Roll of Honour as "Edward" but not on the church memorial as "Edmund A.".

6. Regiment is listed in the Roll of Honour as "9th Royal Irish Fusiliers" but corresponding record on CWGC lists as Machine Gun Corps.

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