Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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15/02/2018 Pte. Stewart Faulkner 00992
15/02/2018 Pte. Stewart Faulkner 00991
12/02/2018 Pte. Charles Lennox At the time of his death, his parents were living at 10 James Street, Shettleston, Glasgow.
12/02/2018 Pte. Charles Lennox Charles had been writing a letter to his relatives. The letter, which was singed by a bullet and contained the following passage:- ‘This part of the firing line seems a quiet place, but you never know what’s going to happen.’
12/02/2018 Pte. Charles Lennox Charles Lennox joined the Cameroonian Highlanders around 1909.
12/02/2018 Pte. Charles Lennox Charles Lennox was born in Aughrim, Magherafelt about 1888.
12/02/2018 Pte. Charles Lennox Mr and Mrs Lennox, 10 James Street, Shettleston, have received news that their son, Charleston was killed in France on 9th March, while writing a letter to his relatives. The letter, which has reached home, was singed by a bullet. Private Charleton Lennox was 27 years old, and was born in Aughrim, County Derry. He had served seven years in the Cameroonian Highlanders. Private Lennox’s letter contained the following passage:- ‘This part of the firing line seems a quiet place, but you never know what’s going to happen.’
12/02/2018 Pte. Charles Lennox 00990
12/02/2018 Pte. Charles Lennox From the Belfast Newsletter dated 25th March 1915:
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