Lurgan's Dead from The Great War 1914-18

John McStravick

We Will Remember Them

Sergeant McStravick, J.
5th Bn., Royal Irish Fusiliers

who died on
29 June 1918

Additional Information:
Son of John and Anne McStravick,
of North St., Lurgan.

Prior to his enlistment John had been employed as a weaver. John had enlisted in the army reserve on 25th July 1910; he was medically discharged as unfit for further war service on the 1st January 1917, this was due to inflammation of the stomach, he was awarded Silver War Badge No. 107184. He died of illness in Dublin on Saturday, 29th June 1918

Grave or Reference Panel Number:
At North end

J. McStravick

Compiled by Ken Austin from information supplied by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Our thanks to Richard Edgar for Additional Information.

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