Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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29/12/2020 Pte. Alexander McIlree A few weeks ago, official notification was received by Mrs McIlree of Nottingham thet her husband, Sergeant John Burns McIlree, serving in the Middle East, was missing. He was a member of a military family who belonged to Ardtrea parish, and had seven uncles serving in the Great War (1914-18). He was an Apprentice Boy and an Orangeman and wrote home that he and some other boys celebrated the Twelfth in Egypt last year. He was in the Royal Artillery and had been overseas for eighteen months when reported missing. News has just been received that he was taken at Tobruk and was a captive in Italy, but succeeded in escaping and re-joining his unit, and his wife is expecting him home for Christmas. A sister of the sergeant is Mrs William Fulton of Coagh Street, Cookstown, and a cousin was recently home on furlough.
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29/12/2020 Pte. Alexander McIlree From the Mid Ulster Mail dated Saturday 11th December 1943:
29/12/2020 Pte. Walter Thomas Duff DUFF – December 1941, killed in action near Libya. Walter T Duff, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, loved eldest son of the late W J Duff, and of Mrs Duff, Hanover Square, Coagh. ‘At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember him.’
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29/12/2020 Pte. Walter Thomas Duff From the Mid Ulster Mail dated Saturday 11th December 1943: Roll of Honour
29/12/2020 Fus Samuel John Purvis Mr George Purvis, of Church Street, Cookstown, has just received a General Service medal with the Palestine clasp, awarded to his son, Fusilier Samuel J Purvis, aged 24, who was killed in action in April 1942. He has a younger brother serving overseas.
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29/12/2020 Fus Samuel John Purvis From the Mid Ulster Mail dated Saturday 4th December 1943:
28/12/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley RIGLEY – In fond and loving memory of my dear husband, Petty Officer Norman Dennis Rigley, Royal Navy, who was killed in action off the North African coast 9th November 1942. ‘At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember him.’ Always remembered and sadly missed by his wife and little daughter. Norma Denise. Main Street, Coagh.
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28/12/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 13th November 1943: Roll of Honour
27/12/2020 Telegraphist Edward Henry Sidney Carson Mr and Mrs W J Carson of Ballyronan have been informed officially that their son, Telegraphist Edward H S Carson, is missing. He joined the royal Navy five years ago, served in the Illustrious, and transferred later to another ship. A brother is serving with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
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27/12/2020 Telegraphist Edward Henry Sidney Carson From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 30th October 1943: Ballyronan Man Missing
27/12/2020 Sgt. Alan John Tait TAIT – 3rd October 1943 in England (as the result of an aircraft accident), John, darling husband of Joy (nee Swenarton) and much loved younger son of Mr and Mrs Tait, Castlehill, Augher, County Tyrone. Interred in Woods Churchyard, Magherafelt.
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27/12/2020 Sgt. Alan John Tait From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 9th October 1943: Roll of Honour
21/12/2020 Sgt. Thomas Crane He was attached to the Queens University Air Training Corps.
21/12/2020 Sgt. Thomas Crane He attended the College of Technology in Belfast.
21/12/2020 Sgt. Thomas Crane Sergeant Thomas Crane, junior (son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Crane of 51 Magdala Street, Cookstown), who was trained in Canada under the Commonwealth Joint Air Training Scheme, has received his Navigator’s and Bombardier’s Badge at No. 4 Observer’s School in London, Ontario. Sergeant Crane was educated at Derryloran and Oldtown P.E.S., and at the College of Technology, Belfast. He was also attached to the Queens University Air Training Corps prior to his being called up in February 1942. He was nine months in Canada.
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21/12/2020 Sgt. Thomas Crane From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 11th September 1943:
21/12/2020 Sgt. Thomas Crane Thomas was later posted to Canada for training under the Commonwealth Joint Air Training Scheme with Bomber Command. He was nine months in Canada. He received his Navigator’s and Bombardier’s Badge at No. 4 Observer’s School in London, Ontario.
21/12/2020 Sgt. Thomas Crane After a lot of argument our father relented and let Thomas join the RAF. He was called up in February 1942.
21/12/2020 Sgt. Thomas Crane Thomas was educated at Derryloran and Oldtown P.E.S., in Cookstown, regularly coming first in class.
18/12/2020 Fus Leonard O'Neill Mrs H O’Neill, of Main Street, Stewartstown, has received information that her son, Fusilier Francis O’Neill, has been wounded.
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18/12/2020 Fus Leonard O'Neill From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 28th August 1943: Tyrone Soldier Wounded (Fusilier Francis O’Neill – brother of Fusilier Leonard O’Neill)
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness Far from his native land he lies.’
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness A faithful comrade closed his eyes,
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness No loved one by to take his hand
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness Sick, dying in a foreign land
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness Deeply regretted by his father, mother, brothers and sisters. Donaghrisk, Tullyhogue.
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness Or brother by his words to hear.
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness No sister near to shed a tear
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness Nor over him did a father bend
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness ‘No mother’s care did him attend
18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness HARKNESS – July 1943, in the Middle East, Private William Harkness, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed in action.
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18/12/2020 Fus William J Harkness From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 28th August 1943: Roll of Honour
18/12/2020 Fus William Slaine Ever remembered by his sorrowing sister (in law) and brother in law, Peggy and Hugh Nixon and family. Sherrygroom, Newmills, Dungannon.
18/12/2020 Fus William Slaine And whispers in the silence, ‘Death cannot divide.’
18/12/2020 Fus William Slaine Unknown to the world, he stands by our side
18/12/2020 Fus William Slaine No tears of ours can fall on his grave
18/12/2020 Fus William Slaine ‘Over there he sleeps with the brave
18/12/2020 Fus William Slaine SLAINE – Fusilier W Slaine, Royal Irish Fusiliers, wounded at Dunkirk, now presumed dead.
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18/12/2020 Fus William Slaine From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 14th August 1943: Roll of Honour
17/12/2020 Fus Robert Gildea GILDEA – July 1943, in the Middle East, Fusilier Robert Gildea (killed in action), elder son of the late Robert Gildea. Morgan’s Hill, Cookstown. Deeply regretted by his sister. Mrs Hudson, Coolreaghs, Cookstown, and his aunts, Millburn Street, Cookstown.
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17/12/2020 Fus Robert Gildea From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 14th August 1943: Roll of Honour
17/12/2020 L/Corp George Stirrup STIRRUP – June 1943, at Stalag, Germany. Lance Corporal George Stirrup (prisoner of war), beloved husband of Annie Stirrup, Coagh Street, Cookstown.
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17/12/2020 L/Corp George Stirrup From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 31st July 1943: Roll of Honour
16/12/2020 A/man Frederick Stewart Always remembered by his father and mother, brothers and sisters, 6 Louisville, Cookstown.
16/12/2020 A/man Frederick Stewart But we remember thee’
16/12/2020 A/man Frederick Stewart No morning dawns, no night returns
16/12/2020 A/man Frederick Stewart A grave we might never see
16/12/2020 A/man Frederick Stewart ‘Dear son you lie in an airman’s grave.
16/12/2020 A/man Frederick Stewart STEWART – In fond and loving memory of Freddie, killed in action 27th July 1940.
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16/12/2020 A/man Frederick Stewart From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 24th July 1943:
16/12/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley RIGLEY – 24th June 1943 at Thorndale Nursing Home, Antrim Road, Belfast, to Amy (nee Somerville), wife of the late Petty Officer Norman Dennis Rigley, Royal Navy, Stainburn Avenue, Liverpool, - a daughter (Norma Denise).
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16/12/2020 Ass Stew Norman Dennis Rigley From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 3rd July 1943: Births
11/12/2020 Pte. William Nelson NELSON – In loving memory of my dear husband, Private W Nelson, Pioneer Corps, killed in action in June 1940. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and son. Elizabeth and Victor, Fountain Road, Cookstown.
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11/12/2020 Pte. William Nelson From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 19h June 1943:
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks Ever remembered by his sister Margaret, Hawthorn Cottage, Stewartstown.
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks To know that our loved one is there?’
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks Doesn’t heaven seem nearer and dearer
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks No matter how deep the despair,
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks ‘No matter how heavy the burden,
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks BLEEKS – In fond remembrance of my loving brother, Leading Aircraftman William James Bleeks, killed at Skeabrae in June 1942
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11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 19h June 1943: Roll of Honour
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks Ever remembered by his father, mother, brother, and sister; also his wife and two little children. Stewartstown and Portadown.
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks And one day meet again.'
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks That we shall still be joined in heart
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks This thought will soothe our pain
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks 'When for a while we part
11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks BLEEKS – In fond and loving remembrance of our dear son, Leading Aircraftman William James Bleeks, killed at Skeabrae in June 1942.
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11/12/2020 Lead Airc William James Bleeks From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 19h June 1943: Roll of Honour
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10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine ‘The Queen and I offer you our heartfelt sympathy in your great sorrow. We pray that your country’s gratitude for a life so nobly given in its service may bring you some measure of consolation. GEORGE R I’
10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine In addition to the above, Mrs Slaine has received from the King at Buckingham Palace the following card:-
10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine ‘It seems so grievous that you should have this sad news after long anxiety, and we beg you will accept the very deep sympathy of all in this department in your sorrow. I am indeed sorry that, at the moment, we have no further information. As you know, we sent an enquiry regarding your husband to Fusilier McPartland, who is now a prisoner of war in Germany, but I am sorry to say he is unable to give us any details. Later on, when the war is over, we hope to be able to obtain the particulars which you must wish to know, and after the war too, it will be possible for the International Red Cross to return to England any personal effects which may have been found belonging tour soldiers. We do know that the French and Belgian Red Cross are tending the graves of our fallen soldiers with the greatest care, keeping flowers on them wherever possible and I hope so much that this knowledge may be some little comfort to you.’
10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine The Dowager Lady Amphill, C.L., Chairman of the British Red Cross, in a letter dated 3rd June, writes:-
10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine Mrs Slaine, of the New Cottages, Orritor, Cookstown, has been informed by the War Office that her husband, Royal Irish Fusiliers, who has been missing since 23rd May 1940, is presumed to have died of wounds.
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10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 12th June 1943: Orritor Soldier Presumed Dead
10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine SLAINE - 23rd May 1940, wounded, now presumed dead, Fusilier W Slaine, Royal Irish Fusiliers, beloved husband of Annie Slaine, New Cottages, Orritor. Deeply regretted by his wife and two children.
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10/12/2020 Fus William Slaine From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 12th June 1943: Roll of Honour
10/12/2020 A/man William Charles Irvine IRVINE - In loving memory of dear Billy, Royal Air Force, killed in action 11th June 1940. ‘Greater love hath no man than this.’ Ever remembered by his loving mother, brothers and sisters, Doorless, Tullyhogue, Cookstown.
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10/12/2020 A/man William Charles Irvine From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 12th June 1943:
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran Ever remembered by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Evelyn and Jim Millar. Lisburn.
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran Till the morning breaks and the shadows flee away.’
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran 'They will be done.
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran CURRAN – In loving memory of my dear brother, Andrew Curran, lost at sea on H.M.S. Glorious on 9th June 1940.
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10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 12th June 1943:
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran Ever remembered by his parents, brothers and sisters. Drapersfield and Belfast
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran To meet our loved ones there.’
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran We hope sone day when our task is done
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran By the valley of peace so fair
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran ‘Away on the beautiful hill of God
10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran CURRAN – In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Andrew, who was lost at sea on 9th June 1940.
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10/12/2020 Ab Sea Andrew Curran From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 12th June 1943:
10/12/2020 Fus Victor George Purvis Fondly remembered by his loving mother, sister and brothers. King’s Bridge, Cookstown.
10/12/2020 Fus Victor George Purvis Or yet to say goodbye.'
10/12/2020 Fus Victor George Purvis Just to speak one loving word
10/12/2020 Fus Victor George Purvis To hear his last faint sigh
10/12/2020 Fus Victor George Purvis ‘We were not there at the time of death
10/12/2020 Fus Victor George Purvis PURVIS – In loving memory of Fusilier V G Purvis, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who drowned by accident in Cornwall on 3rd June 1942, and was laid to rest in the Cemetery, Cookstown.
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10/12/2020 Fus Victor George Purvis From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 5th June 1943:
10/12/2020 Marine Samuel George Duncan Petty Officer Jim Duncan, Royal Navy, who is serving in North Africa, has been mentioned in despatches. He is the eldest son of Mrs Duncan, of Soran Cottage, Stewartstown. His brother George, who is a Royal Marine, has been missing since April 1942.
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10/12/2020 Marine Samuel George Duncan From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 5th June 1943: Petty Officer Jim Duncan (brother of Samuel George Duncan)
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw MEGAW – Killed in action, April 1943, Thomas James, only and beloved son of Robert and the late Mrs Megaw, Hillview, Moneymore. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing father and sister. ‘In the morning and at the going down of the sun, we shall remember him.’
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09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 29th May 1943: Roll of Honour
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw MEGAW – Killed in action, April 1943, Guardsman Thomas James Megaw, Irish Guards, much loved husband of Florrie Megaw, Crossnarea, Moneymore. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and his two little children. ‘Greater love hath no man.’
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09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 29th May 1943: Roll of Honour
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw It is another example of the extreme seriousness of the cause which called our brother with millions of others. It is indeed an example of the price which is being paid for our safety and comfort and peace at home. We salute the memory of one who was of our number, but now is no longer with us. We pay tribute to one who withheld nothing, but gave all. He was a hero who so died for us all and we thank God that Hw will reward him with His all. They do not die who gave so much, they live and that immortally. They shall surely be first in the army of the King of Kings, when He marches in to take the Kingdoms of the world. To his father and sister and relatives and friends we extend this day our sincere sympathy. To his stricken wife, with her little ones, we say, ‘God bless you and keep you and provide for you and your need in the future.’
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw ‘Brethren, there are times in life when sorrow too deep for words come suddenly upon us. It came last night when the sad news reached us of the death of Jim Megaw. He was a young man known to us all and rightly respected. He was killed in trhe front line of the First Army, facing the foe. He leaves a stricken wife and two little children, a bereaved father and sorrowing sister. Our hearts go out to the in this dark hour of grief, for words fail to express to them the sympathy we feel for them.
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw At the morning service in First Moneymore Presbyterian Church on Sunday, Rev H C Conn, B.A., paid the following tribute to Guardsman Jim Megaw, after which the congregation stood for a minute’s silence:-
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09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw The only son of Mr Robert Megaw and the late Mrs Megaw of Hillview, Moneymore, the late Guardsman Megaw was a dutiful son and loving brother in his family. The heartfelt sympathy of the whole district has gone out spontaneously to his sorrowing father and sister, and especially to his young bereaved widow, prostrated with grief by this heart searing news, and to his two infant children, who cannot now experience the warmth of a father’s love.
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw Essentially of a modest disposition, unobtrusive in company, kindly in all his contacts, a devoted husband and loyal chum, it was indeed a privilege to call him friend.
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw That a price must be paid, and that too by our kith and kin, was brought home to the community in Moneymore when the sad news came on Saturday night that Guardsman Jim Megaw had been killed in action. Guardsman Megaw joined the Irish Guards some six years ago, so that, right from the outbreak of war, he was in action with this famous regiment. In May 1940 he was in the famous expedition to Narvik, where the Guards put up a heroic stand against overwhelming odds. In the subsequent evacuation the transport in which he was embarked was torpedoed, but fortunately with little loss of life.
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09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 29th May 1943:
09/12/2020 Flt. Sgt John Newell NEWELL – In proud and loving remembrance of Flight Sergeant John Newell, killed on active service, Middle East, 23rd May 1941. Lovingly remembered, longed for always by his father, mother and brothers. Drumcairne, Stewartstown.
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09/12/2020 Flt. Sgt John Newell From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 22nd May 1943:
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns Ever lovingly remembered by his mother, sisters and brothers, Morgan’s Hill, Cookstown
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns Where no farewell tears are shed.’
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns And in heaven we hope to greet him
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns When days of life are fled
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns Yet again we hope to meet him
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns In bygone happy days
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns The heart that won so many friends
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns The cheerful and pleasant ways
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns ‘Gone from us his smiling face
09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns BURNS – In sad and loving memory of my dear son, Joseph Burns, Royal Irish Fusiliers, killed in action in May 1940.
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09/12/2020 Fus Joseph Burns From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 8th May 1943:
09/12/2020 Fus Isaac Henry For us who loved him well.’
09/12/2020 Fus Isaac Henry The blow would not have been so hard
09/12/2020 Fus Isaac Henry Or heard his last farewell.
09/12/2020 Fus Isaac Henry ‘Could we have raised his dying head,
09/12/2020 Fus Isaac Henry HENRY – 16th April 1943, Private Isaac Henry, Royal Irish Fusiliers, killed in action, beloved husband of Margaret Henry of Gortreagh, Cookstown. Deeply regretted by his wife and family.
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09/12/2020 Fus Isaac Henry From the Mid Ulster Mail dated Saturday 8th May 1943: Roll of Honour
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw Guardsman Thomas Megaw’s battalion embarked for Norway 10th April 1941, taking part in the Battle of Norvik in Norway. In the subsequent evacuation the transport in which he was embarked was torpedoed, but he survived.
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw Thomas was the husband of Florence Elizabeth Megaw. They had two children. They lived at Crossnarea, Moneymore.
09/12/2020 Gman Thomas James Megaw Thomas James Megaw was the only son of Robert and Mary Megaw. He had one sister. They lived at Hillview, Moneymore.
03/12/2020 Fus Samuel John Purvis PURVIS – In loving memory of my dear son, Samuel John, Royal Irish Fusiliers, who died of wounds on 27th April 1942. ‘Too good in life to be forgotten.’ Ever remembered by his father, step-mother, sisters and brothers (George on active service). Church Street, Cookstown.
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03/12/2020 Fus Samuel John Purvis From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 24th April 1943:
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter Lovingly remembered by his sister and brother-in-law, Cissie and Billie Bigger. Shaw’s Bridge, County Down
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter What love in life should always be’
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter But love in death should make us see
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter We love more dearly than we show
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter ‘Death often comes to make us know
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter SHUTER – (Result of enemy action) – Treasured memories of my dear brother William, who died through enemy action on 14th March 1941 and was interred in Dumbarton Cemetery, Scotland.
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03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 20th March 1943:
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter Ever remembered by his loving father, mother, brothers and sister-in-law, Killymuck, Moneymore, County Derry.
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter Forget Him? No, we never will.’
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter God called him homer, it was His will,
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter Of one we loved but could not save
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter ‘The stars that shine over a lonely grave
03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter SHUTER – (Result of enemy action) – In loving and affectionate remembrance of our own dear son and brother, William, who died on 14th March 1941 as the result of enemy action and was interred in Dumbarton Cemetery, Scotland.
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03/12/2020 Civilian William Shuter From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 20th March 1943:
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