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

Extract for the Congregation of Dublin, Rutland Square

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Bell Jack
Gencairn, N.C. Road 2nd Lieutenant Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Bell Joseph
Gencairn, N.C. Road Captain Army Vet. Corps Mentioned in Despatches
Bell Randal
Gencairn, N.C. Road Private R.I. Fusiliers Wounded
Burns Digby 6 Charleville Road Captain Royal Army Medical Corps
Burns John Wm. 6 Charleville Road Captain Royal Army Medical Corps
Cree R. Ewart 27 Mespil Road Captain Royal Army Medical Corps M.C.
Crowe George D. 46 Kildare Street Sergeant Royal Army Medical Corps Wounded
Crowe John Colvin 46 Kildare Street Colour-Sergeant Royal Irish Regiment M.M., Wounded
Cumming Joseph C.
Lindsay Rd., Glasnevin Private Royal Dublin Fusiliers Wounded
Cunningham J. R.
Hillcrest, Drumcondra Trooper South Irish Horse Wounded
Duncan Alex. 64 Connaught Street Major Army Vet. Corps
Dunwoody Wm.
Shamrock Vs., D'condra Private South Irish Horse
Eustace Wm. N., M.D.
Lisronagh, Glasnevin Lieutenant Royal Army Medical Corps
Fannin E. M. 3 Rutland Square Captain Royal Army Medical Corps
Gordon Alan S.

2nd Lieutenant Army Service Corps
Harper


Qr.-Master Sergeant Royal Dublin Fusiliers Killed in Action
Linden Samuel M. 31 Adelaide Road 2nd Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery Killed in Action
Lyon John Alex. 111 Botanic Road Corporal Royal Irish Rifles
McAdam T. A. 85 Lindsay Road Private Royal Engineers
Macalister J. Denham 7 Albany Terrace Sergeant Royal Army Medical Corps
McCleery Henry 80 Botanic Road 2nd Lieutenant Indian Army
McCleery R. J. 80 Botanic Road Lieutenant Indian Army
McNair Charles J.
Tower House, Launtry Private M.G.C.
Moore Francis M. 11 Ailesbury Road Lieutenant 52nd Sikhs F.F. Wounded
Meikle A.
Wharf Road Pipe-Major Royal Scots Fus. Prisoner of War
Morrison John
Riverview, Botanic Av.
194th Brigade H.Q.
Osborne W. H. 4 Mountjoy Square Lieutenant Leinster Regiment M.C., Wounded
Roberts E. G. 1a Wharf Road Sergeant R.A. Wounded
Russell Norman
Rathmines Road Captain Army Service Corps Wounded
Russell James Joseph 173 Botanic Road Private Royal Army Medical Corps
Russell Samuel D. 173 Botanic Road Cyclist Army Cyclist Corps
Shanks E. 7 Claude Road Lance-Corporal Royal Dublin Fusiliers Wounded
Shott Eustace J. 50 Iona Road Captain Royal Field Artillery
Shott Richard H. 50 Iona Road 2nd Lieutenant Royal Engineers
Squires Peter 11 Annesley Bridge Av. Gunner H.M.S. Red Gauntlet
Squires James 11 Annesley Bridge Av. Private Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Strachan Andrew 6 Iona Crescent 2nd Lieutenant Royal Dublin Fusiliers Wounded
Thompson George 27 Ellesmere Avenue E.R.A. H.M.S. Viking
COLONIAL FORCES




Gourlie George 4 St. Albans Terrace Private Can. E.F. Wounded
McCleery Wm. 80 Botanic Road Private N.Z. Mtd. Rifles
McMurtry John H. 20 Auburn Street Sergeant E. African Regiment
McNair Andrew T.
Tower House Private Can. Highlanders
McNair Robert H.
Tower House Private Can. Highlanders
Sutherland Wm.
Lindsay Road Sergeant Can. Inft. M.M.

 

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