Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch
No Mem Ref Service No Rank Name Regiment / Service Battalion Date Of Death
1 01 17494 Pte. Curry, Hugh Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 9th Battalion 08/09/1916
2 02 130272 Pioneer Dowie, Frederick Royal Engineers 2nd Special Company 18/06/1917
3 03 Lieut Kennedy, Thomas James Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 8th Battalion 09/09/1916
4 04 8608 Gman Montgomery, Charles Scots Guards 1st Battalion 11/11/1914
5 05 13585 Corp Wilkinson, Jacob Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 9th Battalion 01/07/1916
6 06 7980 Pte. Woodburn, Thomas Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion 12/02/1916
7 07 8092 Pte. Blair, Robert Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Depot 08/04/1915
8 08 18089 Pte. Nelson, James Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 9th Battalion 24/03/1915
Town : Cookstown
Latitude : 54.646085
Lontitude : -6.740972
Date Unveiled : 10/12/1922
Molesworth Presbyterian Church is located at the junction of Molesworth Street and Union Street in central Cookstown. It is also known as Third Cookstown Presbyterian Church. The Church was founded in 1835. There are separate Memorials for WWI and WWII

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Memorial History
Molesworth Street Presbyterian Church is located at the junction of Molesworth Street and Union Street in central Cookstown.
The Church was founded in 1835.
69-71 Molesworth Street, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone.BT80 8PA
The Memorial Tablets were unveiled on Sunday 22nd December 1922 by Lieutenant Colonel Rev David H Hanson B.A., C.B.E.., H.C.F.
The tablets listed those who died and those who served.
Tablet One reads:
Molesworth Street Presbyterian Church, Cookstown. Erected in loving memory of the men of this congregation who dies for us in the Great War 1914 - 1919.
ĎAs our dead were equal in sacrifice, so are they equal in honour, for the greatest and least of them have proved that sacrifice and honour are no vain things, but truths by which the world livesí - from the message of King George V, at the Stone of Remembrance.
Here are also inscribed the names of our overseas brethren who, for the honour of our flag, gave their services for the Empire, and have survived the campaign.
bullet John Crooks
bullet Richard Espie
bullet Robert Espie
bullet David Kennedy
bullet John Knipe
bullet James Smyth
bullet Thomas Telford
United States of America
bullet Joseph Bell
bullet Bartley Millar
bullet Thomas McKinney
bullet James Rankin
bullet Thomas Rankin
bullet Henry Telford
bullet Robert Telford, Sergeant
South Africa
bullet John Devlin
Tablet Two reads:
Roll of Honour of the members and adherents of the Molesworth Street Presbyterian Church, Cookstown, who nobly responding to the Empireís call fought and worked on behalf of liberty and civilisation 1914-1919.
bullet George H Allen
bullet Harry Anderson
bullet William Anderson
bullet Andrew Artt, Lance Corporal
bullet Robert J Bell
bullet James Black
bullet Robert Calders
bullet George Compton, Sergeant
bullet Alexander Compton, Sgt-Major
bullet Frederick Crooks, Capt., R.A.M.C.
bullet Alfred Crossan
bullet William Currie M.M.
bullet Frederick W Devlin
bullet William Doey
bullet Samuel Espie, Sergeant
bullet Harry Ferguson
bullet William S G Ferguson, Lieutenant
bullet Robert Fulton
bullet John J Gibson
bullet Robert Harkness M.M., Sergeant
bullet Frederick Harris, Captain
bullet James Hogg
bullet John Hogg
bullet William Hogg
bullet Samuel Johnstone
bullet Joseph MacKenzie
bullet John Maxwell
bullet John Fitzgerald Mayne, Major, R.A.M.C.
bullet James W McKinney, Major, R.A.M.C.
bullet Hector McDonald Porter
bullet Thomas Quigg
bullet James Reid
bullet John Reid, Sergeant
bullet William Reid
bullet William Scott
bullet William Seaton, M.M.
bullet William H Shaw
bullet Stanley Telford
bullet Robert Thompson
bullet John Wilkinson
bullet Thomas Wilkinson
bullet William Woodburn
bullet Mrs Christie
bullet Miss Marion Entrican, Ulster Volunteer Hospital
bullet Miss Josephine Ferguson, Nurse in France
bullet Mrs Gerald Mayne, Nurse in France
bullet Miss Dorothy McKinney
bullet Miss Ruby McKinney