Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
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Casualties
No Mem Ref Service No Rank Name Regiment / Service Battalion Date Of Death
1 01 3/8605 Sgt. Bridgett, William R Yorkshire Regiment 6th Battalion 12/12/1915
2 02 552736 Pte. Fleming, Samuel Alexander Canadian Infantry 10th Battalion 09/04/1917
3 03 106464 Corp Glasgow, Henry McDonald Royal Engineers Gas Section 24/07/1917
4 04 875269 Pte. Hogg, William Canadian Infantry 8th Battalion 28/04/1917
5 05 19123 R/man Mayne, John Royal Irish Rifles 13th Battalion 01/07/1916
6 06 S/3848 C.S.M. Murdock, William Black Watch 9th Battalion 25/09/1915
7 07 M16047 Carp Crew McKeown, Thomas Royal Navy HMS Natal 30/12/1915
8 08 17827 Pte. Spiers, Samuel Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 9th Battalion 07/11/1916
9 09 11030 Pte. Whan, William John Scots Guards 1st Battalion 27/09/1915
Location
Town : Cookstown
Latitude : 54.644886
Lontitude : -6.745137
Date Unveiled :
First Presbyterian Church Cookstown is located in the heart of Cookstown on Loy Hill. It lies at the junction of the Fairhill Road and the Main Street. The new church building at Loy Hill, overlooking the main shopping area of the town, was opened on 4 January 1764. The present building on Loy Hill was erected in 1841.

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Memorial History
In 1764 as the planned town of Cookstown (designed by an ecclesiastical lawyer, Dr Allen Cooke) was developing, the congregation bought the present site on Loy Hill overlooking the main shopping area of the town, and here their new church building was opened on 4 January 1764. The present building on Loy Hill was erected in 1841.