Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
No Mem Ref Service No Rank Name Regiment / Service Battalion Date Of Death
1 1035372 Lead Airc Bleeks, William James Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 20/06/1942
2 6979734 Fus McGuckin, Ernest Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion 27/12/1946
3 232729 Lieut Stuart, David Andrew Noel Royal Armoured Corps 11th Hussars 10/11/1942
4 311623 Lieut Stuart, Robert John Ochiltrie Royal Armoured Corps 9th Queen's Royal Lancers 17/09/1944
5 633907 Flt. Sgt Newell, John Royal Air Force 37 Squadron 23/05/1941
6 43157 Pilot Off Gordon, James Hamilton Royal Air Force 15 Squadron 25/05/1940
7 652473 Sgt. Brown, Edward Royal Air Force 224 Squadron 06/02/1942
8 32923639 Pte. Anderson, John Percy 172th Infantry Regiment 43 Infantry Division 10/02/1945
9 2324118 Sig/man Millar, Richard David Royal Corps of Signals 12th Indian Infantry Brigade 05/01/1945
10 6984428 Pte. Henry, William John Royal Armoured Corps Reconnaissance Corps 07/09/1941
11 6976614 Fus Galloway, John Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion 28/05/1940
12 7046141 Fus O'Neill, Leonard Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 1st Battalion 07/01/1943
13 14418439 L/Corp Rollins, George Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 6th Battalion 15/05/1944
Town : Stewartstown
Latitude : 54.577522
Lontitude : -6.676385
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Stewartstown War Memorial is located in the square in the town centre. If approaching from Cookstown along West Street, it is on the left hand side of the square. It is a granite obelisk standing 16 feet (5 metres) high. There are two plaques, one for each war.

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Memorial History
From the Mid Ulster Mail dated Saturday 17th November 1945: Stewartstown
Remembrance Day was observed in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday, the service being conducted by Rev S Huston. The names of the Roll of Honour 1914-1818 and 1939-45 were read and the two minutes silence observed. Appropriate psalms and hymns were led by the choir, Miss Viola Rea at the organ. After the service, wreaths from the congregation in remembrance of those who had fallen in the two wars, and of Richard David Millar of the Royal Corps of Signals who died in a prisoner of war camp, was placed at the cenotaph by Mrs J C McCague, and one from the choir in memory of Sergeant Edward Brown, Royal Air Force, was placed by Mrs J Bradford.