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 63968 Pte. Reid, Robert Labour Corps 107th Battalion 12/12/1917
2 02 2nd Lieut Stewart, Joseph Royal Dublin Fusiliers 4th Battalion 16/08/1917
Location
Town : Stewartstown
Latitude : 54.575374
Lontitude : -6.676820
Date Unveiled :
First Stewartstown Presbyterian Church is in the centre of Stewartstown at Hill Head. It is on the left hand side if approaching from Cookstown. The WWI Roll of Honour was in the form of a brass tablet. It is not known if this memorial still exists.

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Memorial History
First Stewartstown Presbyterian Church is in the centre of Stewartstown at Hill Head. It is on the left hand side if approaching from Cookstown. The WWI Roll of Honour was in the form of a brass tablet.
It is not known if this memorial still exists.
From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 26th May 1945: 25 Years Ago (May 1920)
Two memorial brass tablets in Stewartstown Presbyterian Church were unveiled. One was in memory of Rev J A Donaldson and the other, a war memorial of two members who had fallen in the 1914-1918 war. Lieutenant Joseph Stewart od the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, who fell in action on 15th August 1917, and of Private Robert Reid, of the Royal Fusiliers, who fell in action on 1st October 1916, and in recognition of the services of the following:
bullet Lieutenant Colonel Sinclair Miller
bullet Major Robert S Woods
bullet Major James C Woods
bullet Sergeant Hilliard
bullet Lance Corporal R Abernethy
bullet Gunner Robert Shepherd
bullet Gunner S Stewart
bullet Private E Abernethy
bullet Private J Abernethy
bullet Private J Battersby
bullet Private H Jackson
bullet Private J Stewart
bullet Private T Wallace
bullet Sister A Woods
bullet Sister S Sinclair
bullet Sister E Dunn
bullet Sister M Miller