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Lurgan's Dead from The Great War 1914-18

Alfred Henry McIlroy

DADIZEELE NEW BRITISH CEMETERY

Private A. McIlroy
14512
1st Bn., Royal Irish Rifles

who died on
30 September 1918.

Additional Information:
Son of Mr. J. McIlroy,
of 45, Avenue Rd., Lurgan,

At the time of his death Private Alfred Henry McIlroy had served with the army for four and a half years. Alfred and his brother James who served with the 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers were both wounded during the battle of the Somme, Alfred received wounds to the neck, arm, hand and leg, he was treated for these wounds at Stretford Hospital, Manchester, England, his brother James had his wounds treated at a military hospital in France.

Cemetery:
DADIZEELE NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, Belgium
Grave or Reference Panel Number:
IV. F. 25.

A. Mcilroy

from information supplied by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. www.cwgc.org. Our thanks to Paul McIlroy for his help with finding this record.

We make this information freely available to genealogists and Family Historians, but at no time may this information be used on a pay site or sold for profit.

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