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The Derry and Antrim Year Book

1943

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918 - 1943   street directories
1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

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Photograph of a group of prisoners of war from M. Stammlager XXB., Germany, received by Mrs. W. McCready, Knockmult, Ballinrees, Macosquin, Coleraine, from her son, William, second from the left. Fusilier McCready was taken prisoner at Dunkirk

Gunner John Cochrane, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cochrane, Society Street, Coleraine, killed in action in Middle East, December, 1941

Gunner William Madden, R.A., killed in action in the Middle East, December, 1941; son of Mrs. Madden, Bolea, Limavady

Gunner William Montgomery, Royal Artillery, Ternageeragh, Upperlands, died in Middle East, 1941

Lance-Corporal James Scullion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, only son of Mr. Henry Scullion, Ternageeragh, Upperlands, drowned, somewhere in Scotland, in the course of military duties, 28th November 1941

Section of an Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery, on active service in the Middle East. Included in the photograph are the following men:- D. Anderson, D. Madden, S. Simpson, J. Boyd, J. Riley, S. Thompson, T. McClean, G. Forsythe, M. Thompson, J. Mullan, A. McClean, G. Ness, Richard Pollock, Robert Pollock, G. McCallion, W. Gilloway, W. Nicholl and Joseph McIlmoyle

Rev. H. J. Langtry, B.A., Rector of Carndonagh, Co. Donegal, son of Mr. William Langtry, Dhu Varren Park, Portrush, died 16th August 1942

Sergant-Pilot William C. Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mann, Hillhead, Castledawson

Sergeant A. G. Johnston, R.A.F., younger son of Mr. William Johnston, Pittsburg, U.S.A., and Mrs. Johnston, Woking, killed while on active service. His father was formerly manager of the jewellery firm of Messrs. Gilmour, Diamond, Coleraine

Gunner William Wisener, R.A., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wisener, Tobermore, died in Middle East, 1941

Leading Aircraftman Robert MacDonald, Nursery Avenue, Coleraine, victim of a fatal burning accident, January, 1942

Gunner Alexander Wilton, Heatherlea Avenue, Portstewart, died while serving with an A.A. Battery in the Middle East. He served in the Royal Navy in the 1914-18 war, and re-enlisted a few months before the outbreak of the present conflict

Photograph received by Mrs. J. McIntyre, Knockinkeeragh, Cloyfin, Coleraine, from her son, Guardsman McIntyre, Irish Guards, a prisoner of war in Stalag XXD. (III), Germany. Guardsman McIntyre, who is first from the left on the front row, was taken prisoner in France in 1940

Lance-Bombardier Thomas Hugh Lennox, husband of Mrs. Lennox, Station Road, Castledawson, died in hospital in the Middle East, 1941

Gunner Robert Cairns, Royal Artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cairns, Society Street, Coleraine, prisoner of war in Italy

Able-Seaman W. Gamble Tipping, R.N., son of the late Mr. David Tipping, contractor, Castledawson, died on active service

Able-Seaman Thomas McLaughlin, son of Mr. Robert McLaughlin, William Street, Limavady, killed in action

Guardsman Harold F. Clements, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Clements, Park Street, Coleraine, prisoner of war in the Middle East

Gunner Johnston Robinson, Royal Artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Robinson, Upper New Row, Coleraine, prisoner of war in Middle East

Warrant-Sergeant William A. Oliver, serving with the Royal Artillery in the Middle East, prisoner of war. His wife resides at "Hillcrest" Limavady; son of the late Mr. John Oliver and of Mrs. Oliver, Ballycastle Road, Coleraine

Gunner James Doherty, Royal Artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doherty, Dunlap Street, Coleraine, prisoner of war in the Middle East

Section of an Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery, on active service in the Middle East. In the photograph are J. Magown, W. Gilloway, W. Young, J. McIlmoyle, D. Gordon, G. Forsythe, G. Ness, - McDowell, B. Pollock, W. Nicholl.  Inset - John McIlmoyle. All belonging to Limavady

Lance-Bombardier James Hamilton, Royal Artillery, whose wife resides at 17 Windsor Avenue, Coleraine, prisoner of war in the Middle East
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Gunner Herbert E. Doherty, Royal Artillery, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Doherty, Union Street, Coleraine, prisoner of war in the Middle East

Boy James Millar, aged 17, Royal Navy, reported missing, believed killed; son of Mr. Archibald Millar, 12 Newmarket Street, Coleraine

Petty-Officer James McAlister, reported missing presumed killed, only son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hill McAlister, Ballynastraid, Bushmills, and husband of Mrs. Ina McAlister, Feigh, Bushmills