Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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25/10/2018 Sgt. William Henry Munro MUNRO – Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 24th April, Sergeant W A Munro, only son of Mr and Mrs Munro, Rainey Street, Magherafelt.
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25/10/2018 Sgt. William Henry Munro From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 26th June 1915:
25/10/2018 Pte. David McLean Inserted by sorrowing widow and daughter.
25/10/2018 Pte. David McLean And could not say goodbye.’
25/10/2018 Pte. David McLean We only know he passed away,
25/10/2018 Pte. David McLean We did not see him die;
25/10/2018 Pte. David McLean ‘We do not know what pain he bore,
25/10/2018 Pte. David McLean MCLEAN – Killed in action at the Dardanelles on 22nd May, David McLean of Ballynagown, and of 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
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25/10/2018 Pte. David McLean From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 26th June 1915:
24/10/2018 Sister Mary Agnes Doherty R.R.C. Amongst the names of those at the front mentioned in despatches of Sir John French for gallant and distinguished services appears the name that of Miss M A Doherty, of Queen Alexandra's Nursing Services. She is the daughter of Mr P Doherty, Meeting Street, Magherafelt, and was charge nurse in Dr Steeven’s Hospital for three years. She has been in France since August.
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24/10/2018 Sister Mary Agnes Doherty R.R.C. From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 26th June 1915: Magherafelt
21/10/2018 Able Seaman Thomas Kidd Private W Kidd, Royal Field Artillery, who has been in Sierra Leone, British West Africa, on service for the past fourteen months, is home on a short furlough previous to proceeding with his battalion to the front. Private Kidd is a son of Mrs Kidd, Toomebridge, and has had twelve years’ service. His brother, Alexander Kidd, of the same regiment, is at present in India. While another brother, Thomas Kidd, is on active service in the Royal Navy.
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21/10/2018 Able Seaman Thomas Kidd From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 16th June 1915: Toome
13/10/2018 L/Corp William Shanks M.M. The Roll of Honour in the village and district is gradually nearing the hundred mark. Four more natives of the district, who are members of the 10th Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, now at Randalstown, have been promoted to non-commissioned officers (NCO) rank. These are:- Lance Corporals George Sampson, Leitrim; Signaller Hiram Kerr, Drumlamph; Bicycle Orderly Thomas Pickering, Tamnadace; and William Shanks, Castledawson.
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13/10/2018 L/Corp William Shanks M.M. From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 12th June 1915: Castledawson
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