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This is a transcript from The Belfast Telegraph of a Roll of Honour presented to the church by the secretary of the vestry. (Mr. F. W. Moneypenny). 



It contains the names of all of the church members on active service. 

(WW1) Circa late 1914.


Corps Etc.


Corps Etc  

David. Adjey

Corporal,  R. I. R

Private, Royal Engineers

J. Matchett

10th Batt.

R. I. R.

F. A. Brewer

Sergeant, N.I.H

J. Moffatt

R. I. R.

Cecil Brewer

Private, N. I. H

Private, 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers

W. Moffatt

R. I. R.

R. Brewer

N. I. H

W. Moffatt

H.M.S. Undaunted

Edward Clulow

Private, 2nd (5th) Dragoon Guards. Private, Company of Dragoons

A. Morgan

Royal Engineers

J. Clulow

Private, 2nd Gordon Highlanders, Private Royal Engineers

W. Murray

Canadian Contingent

Robert Clulow

 Private, R. I. R

J. McGovney

R. I. Fusiliers


Private, 2nd South Lancs

W. J. McConnell

R. A. S. C.

William. Clulow

Private R .I. R.

A. Robinson

8th Batt. R. I. R.

E. Collins

R. I. R.

W. J. H. Robinson

10th Batt. R.I.R.

Samuel Collins

Private, Irish Guards

H. Robinson

6th Batt. R. I. R.

J. Connell

H.M.S. Active

W. J. Robinson

R. A. M. S.

W. Connell

H.M.S. Monmouth

Richard Townsley

Private, 10th Batt. R. I. R.

Private, Royal Engineers

Stewart Davey

L/C, R. Inniskilling Fusiliers, Private, Royal Irish Fusiliers

J. White

R. I. R.

Samuel Doherty

10th Batt. R. I. R.

C. Kenolty (Edward C)

10th Batt. R. I. R.

W.J. Ferguson

Private, R. I. R.

E. Kenolty (David S)

10th Batt. R. I. R.

R. J. Gordon

H.M.S. Bellona

A McCracken

6th Batt. R. I . R.

W. J. Gordon

Royal Marine Light Infantry

J. McCracken

6th Batt. R. I. R.

J. Hill

R. I. R.

E. Dunne

10th Batt. R. I. R.

Charles Walter Hinds

Cadet, 16th Batt. R. I. R.

Fittus (Thomas)

(R. Irish. Fus.)

D. Hobson

R. A. S. C.

Alexander Morrison

Royal Marines

J. Johnston

Gunner, R. F. A.

John Morrison

8th Batt. R. I. R.

R. Johnston

R. I. F., 10th Brigade

John White

14th Batt. R. I. R.

T. Johnston

Gunner, R. G. A.

Joseph McBride

Colour-sergeant, 48th Highlanders, Canada

John Kells

Private, 8th Batt. R. I. R.




Additions in red are suggested by reference to The National Archives WW1 Campaign Medals database.


Refer also to C W G C site where it is possible to identify those K. I. A.

R. I. R. Royal Irish Rifles

R. I. F. Royal Irish Fusiliers, possibly Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

N. I. H. North Irish Horse

R. F. A. Royal Field Artillery

R. G. A. Royal Garrison Artillery