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The Presbyterian Church in Ireland

Fitzroy Presbyterian Church

Service and Sacrifice in Two World Wars

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1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

 

Memorial Book

Postcards and letters from a Belfast WW1 soldier to his mother

Fitzroy Presbyterian Church

Service & Sacrifice

Three Belfast Congregations

Two World Wars

Pt1 A to Loney   Pt2 Long to McIlveen   Pt3 McKay to Rutherford   Pt4 Scott to end

Special Thanks to Nigel Henderson for all his hard work in compiling all this information
and for allowing me to put it online

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Long, John                                   Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Rifleman; Service No.: 13031;

 Died/Survived: Died of Wounds on 22nd November 1917, age not known

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: 16 Kinallen Street

Pre-War Occupation: Labourer

Unit:   10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Cambrai Memorial, Louverval (Panel 10)

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Longridge, David                 Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1878/1879

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: James Longridge (Bricklayer) and Agnes Longridge

Pre-War Address: 7 Essex Street (1901); 1 Essex Street (Lodging with William Mills, relative) 

Pre-War Occupation: Wholesale Drapery

Unit:   Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

Ulster Covenant signed by: Brother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

 

Yes

Yes

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Lord, James                                   Crescent PC                            Born: 1879/1880

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Mary Jane Lord, married in 1902          

Children: Mary Jane and Gladys Evelyn

Parent Details: James Lord (Labourer)

Pre-War Address: 53 Beech Street (1901)

Pre-War Occupation: Labourer

Unit:   North Irish Horse

Link to 1911 Ireland Census Return: Photobucket

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

Ulster Declaration signed by: Wife

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

 

Yes

 

 

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Lowry, William                                Crescent PC                            Born: 1880/1881

Great War: Driver; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Eliza Jane Lowry, married in 1898       

Children: William Robert, David, Evelyn, Elizabeth and Isabella

Parent Details:

Joseph Lowry (Coachman) and Elizabeth Jane Lowry living at 4 Donnybrook Street in 1901; Elizabeth Jane Lowry, widow, living at 13 Donnybrook Street from 1905

Pre-War Address: 15 Donnybrook Street (1907)

Pre-War Occupation: Chauffeur/Coachman

Unit:   Royal Army Service Corps

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

Ulster Declaration signed by: Wife

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

 

Yes

 

 

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Lynn, Samuel                                     Crescent PC                            Born: 1884/1885

Great War: Private; Service No.: 10/16671;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Margaret Lynn, married in 1909            

Parent Details: Adam Lynn (Army Pensioner) and Margaret Lynn (Widow in 1911)

Pre-War Address: 47 Athol Street (1901); 44 Peveril Street (1911); 8 Silvergrove Street (1916)

Pre-War Occupation: Baker

Unit:   10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Mackey, Thomas                     Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1885/1886

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: James Mackey (Carpenter) and Mary Anne Mackey

Pre-War Address: 15 Curzon Street (1901); 9 Damascus Street 

Pre-War Occupation: Shop Assistant

Unit:   Royal Army Medical Corps

Ulster Covenant signed by: Two brothers

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Mackey, Hugh                             Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1891 (Jan-Mar)

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: James Mackey (Carpenter) and Mary Anne Mackey

Pre-War Address: 15 Curzon Street (1901); 9 Damascus Street 

Pre-War Occupation: Shop Assistant

Unit:   Royal Army Medical Corps

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self and one brother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Mackey, John Joseph *           Crescent PC                            Born: 1887

Great War: Company Sergeant Major; Service No.: 18393;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: Distinguished Conduct Medal

Spouse: Ellen Mary Mackey

Children: William James Irvine, John Joseph

Parent Details: John Mackey (Carter) and Mary Ann Mackey

Pre-War Address: 40 Powerscourt Street (1901); 18 Deramore Avenue (1911); 12 Whitehall Parade (1912); 4 Pierview Terrace in Holywood (1915)

Pre-War Occupation: Clerk (W McCalla & Co, Victoria Street)

Unit:   14th (Service) Battalion (Young Citizen Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 109th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  1st Holywood Presbyterian Church

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

Ulster Declaration signed by: Wife

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Marshall, Robert Shaw                   Crescent PC                            Born: 1866/1867

Great War: Rifleman; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Annie Jane Marshall (1st wife); Winifred Ellen Marshall (2nd wife, married in 1903)     

Children: Jane, Arthur William, Margaret, Lizzie, Robert, Annie and Andrew

Parent Details: Robert Marshall

Pre-War Address: 198 Blythe Street (1901); 81 Craigmore Street (1915)

Pre-War Occupation: Dock Labourer

Unit:   Royal Irish Rifles

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self and Son

Ulster Declaration signed by: Daughter

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Marshall, Andrew                                  Crescent PC                            Born: 1900 (Apr-Jun)

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Not Known

Children: Not Known

Parent Details: Robert Shaw Marshall (Dock Labourer) and Annie Jane Marshall (1st wife);

Winifred Ellen Marshall (step-mother, 1903)

Pre-War Address: 198 Blythe Street (1901); 81 Craigmore Street (1915)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   Royal Flying Corps/RAF

Ulster Covenant signed by: Father and one brother

Ulster Declaration signed by: One Sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Marshall, Arthur William                Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Rifleman; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Robert Shaw Marshall (Dock Labourer) and Annie Jane Marshall;

Winifred Ellen Marshall (step-mother, 1903)

Pre-War Address: 198 Blythe Street (1901); 81 Craigmore Street (1915)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, 107th/108th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

Ulster Covenant signed by: Father and one brother

Ulster Declaration signed by: One Sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Martin, James                                           Crescent PC                            Born: 1882 (Oct-Dec)

Great War: Sapper; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Hugh Martin (Spindle and Flyer Maker, widower in 1911) and Ellen Martin      

Pre-War Address: 3 Aughrim Street (1901); 10 Napier Street (1911); 5 Spruce Street (1916)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Royal Engineers

Ulster Covenant signed by: Three brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: One Sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Martin, John                                           Crescent PC                            Born: 1892 (Jan-Mar)

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Hugh Martin (Spindle and Flyer Maker, Widower in 1911) and Ellen Martin     

Pre-War Address: 3 Aughrim Street (1901); 10 Napier Street (1911); 5 Spruce Street (1916)

Pre-War Occupation: Apprentice Cutter

Unit:   8th (Service) Battalion (East Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

Link to 1911 Ireland Census Return: Photobucket

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self and two brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: One Sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Martin, Hugh                     Crescent PC            Born: 1897 (Jan-Mar)

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Hugh Martin (Spindle and Flyer Maker, Widower in 1911) and Ellen Martin     

Pre-War Address: 3 Aughrim Street (1901); 10 Napier Street (1911); 5 Spruce Street (1916)

Pre-War Occupation: Apprentice Iron Moulder

Unit:   18th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  9th BB Old Boys War Memorial

Link to 1911 Ireland Census Return: Photobucket

Ulster Covenant signed by: Three brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: One Sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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Martin, Sidney Todd *                 Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 12/08/1890

Great War: Lieutenant; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Died on 1st July 1916, age 25

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Rev. Dr. William Todd Martin (Theology Professor) and Catherine Mary Martin

Pre-War Address: "College House", College Green (1901, Belfast Street Directory)

[1901 Census records family at 4.2 College Park, Presbyterian College]

[1911 Census records family at 68b Botanic Avenue, Presbyterian College]

Pre-War Occupation: University Student (Cambridge)

Unit:   6th Battalion (attached to 1st Battalion), Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 31st Brigade, 10th (Irish) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Thiepval Memorial, France

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  North of Ireland Football Club War Memorial; Campbell College War Memorial; Sidney Sussex College (Cambridge) War memorial

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

Yes (2)

Yes

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Martin, Norman Todd *                  Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 26/03/1896

Great War: Lieutenant; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: Military Cross

Parent Details: Rev. Dr. William Todd Martin (Theology Professor) and Catherine Mary Martin

Pre-War Address: "College House", College Green (1901, Belfast Street Directory)

[1901 Census records family at 4.2 College Park, Presbyterian College]

[1911 Census records family at 68b Botanic Avenue, Presbyterian College]

Pre-War Occupation: University Student (Cambridge)

Unit:   Battery Unknown, Royal Field Artillery, A/104th Brigade,

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  Campbell College War Memorial

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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Martin, Ernest                              Donegall Pass PC                  Born: Not Known

Great War: Petty Officer GM; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Mary Martin

Pre-War Address: 7 Haywood Avenue (1912)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Royal Navy  

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

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Mateer, William                                 Crescent PC                            Born: 1878 (Jan-Mar)

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Elizabeth Mateer, married in 1905        

Children: William Herbert and Elizabeth

Parent Details: John Mateer (Linen Cloth Passer, widower in 1901)

Pre-War Address: 20 Mayola Street (1901); 31 Jocelyn Street (1913)

Pre-War Occupation: Commercial Clerk, Harbour Office

Unit:   Not known

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

 

 

 

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Mattison, Charles                            Crescent PC                            Born: 1891 (Jul-Sep)

Great War: Driver; Service No.: M2/102217;

Died/Survived: Died from Illness on 19th November 1918, age 25 or 26

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Charles Mattison (Stableman/Cab Driver) and Annie Mattison

Pre-War Address: 33 Combermere Street (1901)

Pre-War Occupation: Van Driver

Unit:   Royal Army Service Corps with Royal Field Artillery, 48th Army Brigade,

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Auberchicourt British Cemetery, France

Link to picture: Photobucket

Link to 1911 Ireland Census Return: Photobucket

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self and one brother

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and one sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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Maultsaid, James Alexander Bovaird *         Crescent PC              Born: 03/08/1893

Great War: Lance-Sergeant; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Jean Maultsaid

Children: Michael Maultsaid, Maureen Maultsaid

Parent Details: Arthur James Maultsaid and Louisa Jane Maultsaid (nee Bovaird, Dressmaker, widow in 1897)

Pre-War Address: 15 Ballyboe Glencar, Letterkenny, Donegal (1901); 28 Kilmacrenan Road, Letterkenny, Donegal (1911); 35 Edinburgh Street (1912); 44 Melrose Street

Pre-War Occupation: Clerk

Unit:   14th (Service) Battalion (Young Citizen Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 109th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division (Ended the war as a 2nd Lieutenant with the Labour Corps)

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self, one brother and three cousins

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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McAlister, Herbert Alexander            Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1895/1896

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McAlister (Van Driver) and Ann Jane McAlister

Pre-War Address: 12 Abbot Street (1901); 17 Abbot Street (1906)

Pre-War Occupation: Message Boy

Unit:   Royal Irish Rifles

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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McAlister,
William                    Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1898/1899

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McAlister (Van Driver) and Ann Jane McAlister

Pre-War Address: 12 Abbot Street (1901); 17 Abbot Street (1906)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   Royal Irish Rifles

Ulster Covenant signed by: One brother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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McAlister, Robert *                     Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 27/08/1895

Great War: Bombardier/Corporal; Service No.: 157634;

Died/Survived: Died on 31st July 1917, age 20

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Samuel McAlister (Local Government Officer) and Edith McAlister (nee Moore) Samuel McAlister was a Lithographic Printer (1901 Ireland Census)

Pre-War Address: 100 Ogilvie Street (1901); 62 Howard Street South  ; 535 Dupont Street, Toronto

Pre-War Occupation: Clerk

Unit:   Trench Mortar Battery, Canadian Field Artillery, Divisional Ammunition Column, 2nd (Canadian) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard, France

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

 

 

 

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McAlister, Samuel *                    Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 07/11/1892

Great War: Lance Corporal; Service No.: 315954;

Died/Survived: Died on 11th October 1918, age 25

Gallantry Award: None

Spouse: Selina McAlister

Parent Details: Samuel McAlister (Local Government Officer) and Edith McAlister (nee Moore) Samuel McAlister was a Lithographic Printer (1901 Ireland Census)

Pre-War Address: 100 Ogilvie Street (1901); 62 Howard Street South; 535 Dupont Street, Toronto

Pre-War Occupation: Printer

Unit:   20th Battalion ("D" Company), Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment),  4th Infantry Brigade, 2nd (Canadian) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Niagara Cemetery, Iwuy, France

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

 

 

 

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McAuley/Macauley, Andrew             Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1895/1896

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McAuley (Labourer) and Mary Ann McAuley (Widow in 1911)

Pre-War Address: 42 River Terrace (1901); 46 River Terrace (1905)

Pre-War Occupation: Apprentice

Unit:   Royal Army Medical Corps

Link to 1911 Ireland Census Return:

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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McBride, George                      Donegall Pass PC                  Born: Not Known

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: 35 Essex Street (1915)

Pre-War Occupation: Labourer

Unit:   Royal Army Medical Corps

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McBride, William Wilson *                  Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 20/04/1897

Great War: 2nd Lieutenant; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Died on 5th December 1917, age 20

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: William Durham McBride (Linen Merchant, Robert McBride & Co.) and Elizabeth Wallace McBride (nee Steen)

Pre-War Address: 12 University Square (1901); "Roseneath", 26 Adelaide Park (1904); Rockport Preparatory School, Craigavad (1911, Census); "Gretton Villas [North]", 2 Bladon Park (1913)

Pre-War Occupation: Employed by Robert McBride & Co.

Unit:   229th (Siege) Battalion, Royal Garrison Artillery          

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Giavara British Cemetery (Plot 2, Row A, Grave 9), Arcade, Italy

Ulster Covenant signed by: Father

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes (parental)

Yes (7)

Yes

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McCallum/McCollam, James             Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1891/1892

Great War: Private; Service No.: 15342;

Died/Survived: Died on 24th November 1915, age 24 or 25

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McCallum (Boot and Shoe Maker) and Margaret McCallum

Pre-War Address: 15 Peveril Street (1901, Census); 29 Peveril Street (1901, Street Directory); 26 Peveril Street (1905)

Pre-War Occupation: Rivetter

Unit:   10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Sucrerie Military Cemetery (III.E.7), Colincamps, France

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self and one brother

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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McCallum/McCollam, John               Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1893/1894

Great War: Sergeant; Service No.: 12335;

Died/Survived: Died on 21st June 1917, age 23

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McCallum (Boot and Shoe Maker) and Margaret McCallum

Pre-War Address: 15 Peveril Street (1901, Census); 29 Peveril Street (1901, Street Directory); 26 Peveril Street (1905)

Pre-War Occupation: Unemployed

Unit:   8th (Service) Battalion (East Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium

Ulster Covenant signed by: Two brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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McCandless, Charles                         Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: 56 Coolderry Street (1917)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   14th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, 5th Division

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McCann, J C                                 Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: Not Known

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Not known

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McCarroll, William                          Crescent PC                            Born: 1885/1886

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: J McCarroll (Quay Labourer) and Esther McCarroll (widow in 1901)

Pre-War Address: 50 Spruce Street (1901)

Pre-War Occupation: Litho Printer

Unit:   6th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, 29th Brigade, 10th (Irish) Division

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour: Printers' Trade War Memorial (St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast)

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and one sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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McClean, William                     Crescent PC                            Born: 1890/1891

Great War: Gunner; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: 14 Walnut Place (1911, Lodging with relative)

Pre-War Occupation: Iron Turner

Unit:   Royal Field Artillery

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

 

Yes

 

 

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McCleery, Hector                      Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: Not Known

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: Not Known

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Not known

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McCleery, James                     Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: Not Known

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: Not Known

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Not known

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McCleery, William                 Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: Not Known

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: Not Known

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Not known

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McClinton, Arthur Norman *        Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 16/08/1886

Great War: Captain; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: Mentioned in Despatches and Military Cross

Spouse: Spouse name not known, married between October and December 1919        

Children:

Parent Details: John McClinton (McClinton & Co, Seed Merchants) and Rosa Hurst McClinton (nee McFadden)

Pre-War Address: 96 University Street (1901); "Rosaville", 39 Windsor Park (1907, family home)

Pre-War Occupation: Architect

Unit:   10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th (Ulster) Division

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  RBAI Roll of Honour

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self, father and two brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and one sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes (parental)

Yes (3)

Yes

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McClinton, John Stuart *        Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 11/08/1887

Great War: Captain; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Died on 5th July 1916, age 29

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McClinton (McClinton & Co, Seed Merchants) and Rosa Hurst McClinton (nee McFadden)

Pre-War Address: 96 University Street (1901); "Rosaville", 39 Windsor Park  (1907)

Pre-War Occupation: Seed Merchant

Unit:   7th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, 56th Brigade, 19th Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Thiepval Memorial, France

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  RBAI War Memorial, North of Ireland Football Club War Memorial

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self, father and two brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and one sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

Yes (2)

Yes

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McClinton, Fredric/Frederick Hurst *    Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 1890 (Apr-Jun)

Great War: Captain; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McClinton (McClinton & Co, Seed Merchants) and Rosa Hurst McClinton (nee McFadden)

Pre-War Address: 96 University Street (1901); "Rosaville", 39 Windsor Park  (1907)

Pre-War Occupation: Seed Merchant

Unit:   Royal Irish Rifles

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  RBAI Roll of Honour

Link to 1911 Ireland Census Return: Photobucket

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self, father and two brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and one sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McClune, James                             Crescent PC                            Born: 1877/1878

Great War: Private; Service No.: 10/15219;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McClune (Carter) and Eliza Jane McClune (Charwoman, widow in 1911)

Pre-War Address: 9 Craigmore Street (1901); 5 Craigmore Street (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: Labourer (Rope Works)

Unit:   10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th ( Ulster ) Division

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1911 Census

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McClune, John                                 Crescent PC                            Born: 1890/1891

Great War: Driver; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McClune (Carter) and Eliza Jane McClune (Charwoman, widow in 1911)

Pre-War Address: 9 Craigmore Street (1901); 5 Craigmore Street (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: Ship Labourer

Unit:   23rd Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, 7th Division

1901 Census

1911 Census

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McClune, William                          Crescent PC                            Born: 1892/1893

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Robert McClune (Dairyman) and Mary McClune

Pre-War Address: 17 Castlereagh (1901); 9 Castlereagh (1911, family home); 29 Rutland Street (lodging, 1914)

Pre-War Occupation: Motor Man (1914); Farm Labourer (1911)

Unit:   Royal Army Service Corps

1901 Census

1911 Census

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McClune, John                                 Crescent PC                            Born: 1896/1897

Great War: Private; Service No.: 8993;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Robert McClune (Dairyman) and Mary McClune

Pre-War Address: 17 Castlereagh (1901); 19 Castlereagh (1911, family home); 29 Rutland Street (1914, lodging);

Pre-War Occupation: Apprentice Clerk (1911)

Unit:   2nd Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 12th Brigade, 4th Division

1901 Census

1911 Census

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCone, John                                 Crescent PC                            Born: 1893/1894

Great War: Able Seaman; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: James McCone (Motorman/Tram Driver) and Agnes McCone (2nd wife)

Pre-War Address: 16 Wauchope Street (1901); 11 Landseer Street (1909)

Pre-War Occupation: Apprentice Clockmaker

Unit:   HMS "Carpathia", Royal Navy

Ulster Covenant signed by: One brother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCone, Thomas                             Crescent PC                            Born: 1896/1897

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: James McCone (Motorman/Tram Driver) and Agnes McCone (2nd wife)

Pre-War Address: 16 Wauchope Street (1901); 11 Landseer Street (1909)

Pre-War Occupation: Apprentice Lathe Operator

Unit:   Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

Link to 1911 Ireland Census Return: Photobucket

Ulster Covenant signed by: One brother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCone, Samuel Henry                 Crescent PC                            Born: 1888/1889

Great War: Corporal; Service No.: 14/6504;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: James McCone (Motorman/Tram Driver) and Agnes McCone (2nd wife)

Pre-War Address: 16 Wauchope Street (1901); 11 Landseer Street (1909)

Pre-War Occupation: Trams Point Boy (1901); Vanman

Unit:   14th (Service) Battalion (Young Citizen Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 109th Brigade, 36th ( Ulster ) Division

Ulster Covenant signed by: One brother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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McConnell, James             Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1897/1898

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Thomas McConnell (Bricklayer) and Ellen Jane McConnell

Pre-War Address: 3 Essex Street (1901); 10 Penrose Street (1910)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   Royal Irish Rifles

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and three sisters

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McConnell, William Longridge     Donegall Pass PC                Born: 1887/1888

Great War: Corporal; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Thomas McConnell (Bricklayer) and Ellen Jane McConnell

Pre-War Address: 3 Essex Street (1901); 10 Penrose Street (1910)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Royal Irish Rifles

Ulster Covenant signed by: One brother

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and three sisters

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCord, John Ritchie                  Crescent PC                            Born: 1899/1900

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McCord (Dock Labourer) and Clara McCord

Pre-War Address: 54 Pine Street (1901); 20 Craigmore Street (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   19th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles

1901 Census

1911 Census

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCord, William                               Crescent PC                            Born: 1901/1902

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McCord (Dock Labourer) and Clara McCord

Pre-War Address: 54 Pine Street (1901); 20 Craigmore Street (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   Royal Flying Corps/RAF

1901 Census

1911 Census

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCord MB , Robert Neill Ballagh *    Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 19/07/1893

Great War: Surgeon Lieutenant; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Robert Ballagh McCord (Land Agent) and Annie Ballagh McCord (nee Johnston )

Pre-War Address: 32 Wolseley Street (lodger, family home in Ahoghill)  Family home – House 196 in Ahoghill, Antrim (1901 Census)

Pre-War Occupation: Physician/Surgeon

Unit:   HMS "Colossus", Royal Navy

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour: Trinity Presbyterian Church in Ahoghill

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self and father

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCormick, Robert                       Crescent PC                            Born: 1886/1887

Great War: Gunner; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Robert McCormick (Yarn Dresser, widower in 1911) and Sarah McCormick

Pre-War Address: 5 Arundel Street (1901)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   HMS "Carmelia", Royal Navy / Royal Marine Artillery

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCoubrie/McCoubrey, Moses     Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Sergeant; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: 5 St. Andrew's Square (1918)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Irish Guards

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McCoubrie/McCoubrey, William J    Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Private; Service No.: 10119;

Died/Survived: Died on 9th November 1917, age 26 or 27

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: 5 St. Andrew's Square (1918)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 31st Brigade, 10th (Irish) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Belfast City Cemetery (Screen Wall)

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McCullough, James B                      Crescent PC                            Born: 1889/1890

Great War: Private; Service No.: 354;

Died/Survived: Died on 7th June 1917, age 22 (1911 Ireland Census records age as 21, therefore aged 27 when killed)

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Edward B McCullough (Coachman) and Sarah McCullough

Pre-War Address: 21 Ballygrainey, Holywood, Down (1901); 19 Agincourt Avenue (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: Pawnbroker

Unit:   10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th ( Ulster ) Division

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial , Belgium

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self and one brother

Ulster Declaration signed by: One Sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCullough, Ira Adrian Campbell      Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 1895 (Jan-Mar)

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McCullough (Flax Dresser) and Hannah McCullough

Pre-War Address: 332 Springfield Road (1901); 78 Agincourt Avenue (1910)

Pre-War Occupation: Linen Trade - Apprentice

Unit:   Not known

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self, father and two brothers

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and one sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McCullough, William                Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1891/1892

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Robert McCullough (Master Carpenter) and Maggie McCullough

Pre-War Address: 97 Lord Street (1901); 53 Great Northern Street (1910); 7 Fleet Street  

Pre-War Occupation: Linen Trade

Unit:   Royal Irish Rifles

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

Yes

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McCullough/McCullogh, Frederick James *     Fitzroy Avenue PC         Born: 27/09/1897

Great War: 2nd Lieutenant; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Died on 8th November 1917, age 20

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Frederick William McCullough (Water Engineer) and Sara Napier McCullough

Pre-War Address: 15 Duncairn Street (1901, Census); “Longford Villas”, 200 Duncairn Street (1901, Street Directory); "Oranmore", 13 in Craigavad (1905); " Belgravia ", 2 Ulsterville Avenue (1914)

Pre-War Occupation: Civil Engineering Student (Q.U.B)

Unit:   Royal Garrison Artillery attached to 53rd Squadron, Royal Flying Corps,

CWGC Cemetery / Memorial:  Voormezeele Cemetery (Enclosure No 3, XV.A.17), France

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour: RBAI War Memorial, Q.U.B War Memorial, Q.U.B Officers' Training Corps Roll of Honour

Ulster Covenant signed by: Father

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

Yes (5)

Yes

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McEwan, Norman                         Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: G McEwan (Patternmaker)

Pre-War Address: 60 Burmah Street (1916)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   9th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders, 9th (Scottish) Division

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McFadden MB , George Dixon Fisher *      Fitzroy Avenue PC                 Born: 28/06/1892

Great War: Sub Lieutenant; Service No.: Not Applicable;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Rev. Jackson McFadden (Badoney Presbyterian Church) and Mary W. McFadden (20 Droit, Gortin)

Pre-War Address: 58 Melrose Street

Pre-War Occupation: Medical Student (Q.U.B)

Unit:   HMS "Archer", Royal Navy

Other War Memorials / Rolls of Honour:  RBAI Roll of Honour; Badoney Presbyterian Church (Tyrone)

Ulster Covenant signed by: Father

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes (2)

 

Yes

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McGaw/ Megan, John                   Crescent PC                            Born: 1888/1889

Great War: Gunner; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McGaw (Bread Server) and Mary Jane McGaw

Pre-War Address: 36 Britannic Street (1901); 65 Vernon Street (1907); 31 Vernon Street (1911); 45 Hartington Street

Pre-War Occupation: Van Driver

Unit:   Royal Garrison Artillery

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

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Yes

Yes

 

 

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McGrath, Robert                           Crescent PC                            Born: Not Known

Great War: Sergeant; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived, listed as Wounded

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Not Known

Pre-War Address: 59 Craigmore Street (Lodger with Thompson family)

Pre-War Occupation: Not Known

Unit:   Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

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McIlreavy/McAreavey, Frederick      Donegall Pass PC                  Born: 1897/1898

Great War: Private; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McIlreavey (Baker) and Mary McIlreavey

Pre-War Address: 45 Abbot Street (1901); 61 Lavinia Street (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   Royal Army Medical Corps

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self, one brother and an uncle

Ulster Declaration signed by: Mother and two sisters

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes

 

 

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McIlveen, George                           Crescent PC                            Born: 1898/1899

Great War: Rank Unknown; Service No.: Not Known;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: Jane McIlveen

Pre-War Address: 48 Posnett Street (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   Not known

Ulster Covenant signed by: Self

Ulster Declaration signed by: One sister

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

 

Yes

 

 

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McIlveen, John H                          Crescent PC                            Born: 1898/1899

Great War: Private; Service No.: 10/15415;

Died/Survived: Survived

Gallantry Award: None

Parent Details: John McIlveen (Joiner) and Rachel McIlveen

Pre-War Address: 24 Cussack Street (1901); 73 Donnybrook Street (1901); 75 Donnybrook Street (1907); 52 Edinburgh Street (1911)

Pre-War Occupation: At School in 1911

Unit:   10th (Service) Battalion (South Belfast Volunteers), Royal Irish Rifles, 107th Brigade, 36th ( Ulster ) Division

1901 Census

1911 Census

Newspaper Clip

Picture

Yes

Yes