Presbyterian Church In Ireland -- Roll of Honour 1914-1919

Extract for the Congregation of Coronary (Corraneary)

At the time of the Great War the congregation of Coronary was a Secession Church and was therefore not included in the Roll of Honour. They became a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland in 1953.

Surname First Name House Address Rank Regiment, Battalion or Unit Remarks
Anderson James H.

Corpl. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Killed in action 1st. July 1916 (CWGC)
Kennedy Alfred J.

L/Corpl. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Severley wounded and disabled
Field John William

L/Corpl. 7th King's Liverpool Regiment
Moffatt David

Sergt. Royal Army Medical Corps M.C.
Gamble John

Sergt. Royal Engineers
Lucas John E.

Lieut. Royal Army Medical Corps
White Jas. Henry

Corpl. Royal Garrison Artillery
White Herbert O.

Private South Irish Horse
McKeague Samuel

L/Corpl. 1st Canadians
McKeague Joseph

Private Royal Army Medical Corps Killed on active service (CWGC)
Bell William J.

Private 16th Batt., Canadian Scottish
Bell Walter

Scott John

Private 1st A.J.B. New Zealand
Fergison Samuel

Field Co. Engineers, Australia
Turner Thomas

3rd Canadian Division Food Supply Col.
Saunderson Robert


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