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1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church World War I Memorial

Located in the Vestibule of Donagheady Presbyterian Church, Sandville, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone
Transcribed, compiled and submitted by
Rene Donaghy, Donagheady, Co. Tyrone
renedonaghy[at]hotmail.com
Formatted by
Len Swindley, Melbourne, Australia
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com
1st Donagheady Presbyterian Church, Donagheady Parish, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland c1910

(First and Second Congregations reunited in December 1933 and services continued to be held in the church of the Second Congregation)

 

THOSE WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE:

John Colhoun

Canadians*

John Cooke

Canadians

Stephen Doherty

R.I.F.

Benjamin Logue

R.I.F.

Henry Dunn Lowry

New Zealand

William W Lowry

Canadians

V.L.L. Porter

Ryl. Air Force

Robert Whiteside

R.I.F.


 

THOSE WHO ALSO SERVED:

Francis Colhoun

Royal Navy

William Colhoun

R.N .(enlisted no 116 in Canadian Navy )

Robert Colhoun

Canadians

William Cooke

Canadians

Thomas Cooke

R.I.F.

John Currie

R.I.F.

George Doherty

R.I.F

William J Dunlop

R.I.F.

Alex Falconer

Canadians

David Lowry

R.I.F.

Samuel J. H. Lowry

New Zealand

John Lynch

R.I.F.

Wm. A McClay

Canadians

Joseph McCrea

Australians

Robert McCrea

R E.

John P Mitchell

Canadians

James N. McMorris

R.A.M.C.

James Neely

Canadians

Robert Neely

Canadians

Henry S H Porter

N.I.H

Sam Thompson

Canadians

Henry Thompson

Canadians


 

Observations:

*Note: In Canada the surname Colhoun became Calhoun

R.I.F: Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

R.A.M.C: Royal Army Medical Corps

N.I.H: North Irish Horse

R.E.: Royal Engineers