Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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24/02/2018 The CWGC record Sapper David Brimage as the son of Hugh and Jane Brimage of Pomeroy, County Tyrone. Northern Ireland.
24/02/2018 Sapper David Brimage is buried at Minturno War Cemetery in Italy. His inscription reads: Inscription: HE DIED WITH THE MANY FOR FREEDOM AND PEACE AND WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. BROTHERS, SISTERS AND FRIENDS.
24/02/2018 Sapper David Brimage was serving with the 42nd Field Company of the Royal Engineers when was killed in action during this fighting on 29th October 1943. He was 26 years old.
24/02/2018 By late October British Forces were moving with stiff persistence at the German winter defensive known as the Gustav Line.
24/02/2018 Sapper Brimage served with the allied forces that had made rapid progress throughout Southern Italy after landing on 3rd September 1943.
24/02/2018 David Brimage was born about 1917, probably in Pomeroy.
24/02/2018 Family: Hugh Brimage, Jane Brimage, Mabel Annie Brimage (born 12th February 1906), Margaret J Brimage (born 11th February 1908), William J Brimage (born 19th July 1910), Hugh Brimage (born 18th June 1913), David Brimage (born about 1917).
24/02/2018 The 1911 census lists the Brimage family living at house 1 in Lurganeden, Pomeroy, Tyrone. Hugh Brimage was a farmer.
24/02/2018 David Brimage was the son of Hugh and Jane Brimage. Hugh Brimage and Jane Sinnamon were married on 27th December 1904 in the district of Cookstown.
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