Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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11/02/2020 Cadet Thomas Xavier Murphy Many thanks to Wesley Wright for taking the photo.
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08/02/2020 Lieut David Andrew Noel Stuart David Andrew Noel, Viscount Stuart (eldest of the four sons of the Earl of Castle Stewart (M.C.), who was 2nd lieutenant in the 11th Hussars, is reported to have been killed in action in the Middle East. He came of age only last month, and his engagement was announced last April to Miss Mary Veronica Perpetua Pigott, younger daughter of Major Sir Berkeley Pigott of Lewes, Sussex. His father, the present Earl, served in the Great War and won the Military Cross, while the young Viscount’s two uncles were killed in action. We respectfully tender the sympathy of our readers, especially in the Stewartstown area, to the Earl and Countess of Castle Stewart in their bereavement.
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08/02/2020 Lieut David Andrew Noel Stuart From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 28th November 1942:
08/02/2020 Lieut David Andrew Noel Stuart STUART – Killed in action on 10th November 1942 in the Middle East, 2nd Lieutenant David Andrew Noel Viscount (11th Hussars), eldest son of the Earl and Countess Castle Stewart.
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08/02/2020 Lieut David Andrew Noel Stuart From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 28th November 1942: Roll of Honour
08/02/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley The Somerville family wish to thank all those kind friends who sympathized with them in their great sorrow. Main Street, Coagh.
08/02/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley We will remember him.’
08/02/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley At the going down of the sun in the morning,
08/02/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley Age shall not weary him, or the years condemn,
08/02/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley ‘He shall not grow old, so we that are left grow old,
08/02/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley RIGLEY – Killed in action (buried at sea) off the North African coast, Petty Officer Norman Dennis Rigley (Royal Navy), second son of Mr and Mrs G W Rigley, 53 Stainburn Avenue, West Derby, Liverpool 11, and much beloved husband of Amy Rigley (nee Somerville), Main Street, Coagh.
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08/02/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 28th November 1942: Roll of Honour
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