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26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark During the past weekend a number of local men serving with the Forces arrived home on leave. Amongst them were Captain T J Clark, Royal Army Service Corps, and Captain H F Clark, Royal Artillery. All the men are in A1 form, and they are always sure of a warm welcome in this patriotic district. Since the outbreak of war, a large number of men have joined up and when they get a few days leave the inhabitants of the district are always delighted to see them.
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26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 28th December 1940: Upperlands (Captain T J Clark – father of Thomas Roderick Jackson Clark)
26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery Bombardier A T Campbell, Royal Artillery. The latter served in Belgium and France and was amongst those evacuated from Dunkirk.
26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery Gunner Robert McClintock, Upperlands, A.A. Battery, Royal Artillery
26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery Gunner Robert Lamont, Upperlands, A.A. Battery, Royal Artillery
26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery Gunner William Dillon, Tergarvil, A.A. Battery, Royal Artillery
26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery Sergeant James Murray, A.A. Battery, Royal Artillery
26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery Lieutenant C B Clark, A.A. Battery, Royal Artillery
26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery A large number of members of the Forces belonging to the district enjoyed a few days home leave last week. These included:
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26/12/2019 Gnr William Montgomery From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 31st August 1940: Upperlands
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Great satisfaction is felt in the district at the news that Captain T J Clark, Royal Army Service Corps, who was recently seriously ill, is now making good progress towards recovery.
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26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 31st August 1940: Upperlands (Captain T J Clark – father of Thomas Roderick Jackson Clark)
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26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark The CWGC record Acting Sub Lieutenant Thomas Roderick Jackson Clark as the son of Thomas Jackson Clark and Mary Vera Eileen Clark of Upperlands, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Thomas’ father held the office of High Sheriff of County Derry in 1951.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Thomas’ father fought in the Second World War. He gained the rank of Major. He was a director of William Clark & Sons Ltd.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark According to his grandfather’s diaries, Harry Jackson Clark, ‘Roddie’ (as he was apparently known) was lost at sea when the ship on which he was serving as a sub-lieutenant was torpedoed off Cape Wrath.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Acting Sub Lieutenant Thomas Roderick Jackson Clark has no known grave and is commemorated on Panel 79 of the Chatham Naval Memorial in Kent.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark On 6th December 1944, HMS Bullen was sunk by a U-boat off Strathy Point in the Pentland Firth while on escort duty. Acting Sub Lieutenant Thomas R J Clark was 20 years old.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Acting Sub Lieutenant Thomas Roderick Jackson Clark served with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve on board H.M.S. Bullen in World War Two.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Family: Thomas Jackson Clark, Mary Vera Eileen Clark, Thomas Roderick Jackson Clark (born 10th September1924), David Campbell Clark (born 5th Aug 1926), Desmond Moore Clark (born 9th Sep 1927), Victoria Marguerite Clark (born 28th May 1945).
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark The family lived in Upperlands.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Thomas R J Clark was born on 10th September1924. He was the eldest of four children.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Thomas’ father gained the rank of 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Army Service Corps (MT) in the First World War.
26/12/2019 A/Sub Lieut Thomas Roderick J Clark Thomas Roderick Jackson Clark was the eldest son of Thomas Jackson Clark and Mary Vera Eileen Clark.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold The CWGC record Wireless Operator William Edward Griswold as the son of Edward and Mary Griswold of Magherafelt.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold William Edward Griswold remains’ were brought home and he is buried in Magherafelt First Presbyterian Churchyard.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Wireless Operator William Edward Griswold was serving with 214 Squadron of the Royal Air Force when he died as the result on an accident on 8th January 1941. He was 22 years old.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Pilot Officer Charles Norman WALKER (78863) Pilot
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Pilot Officer Tom Eric TIMMINS (79164) Pilot
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Sergeant Archibald Sinclair ROBERTS (746816) Air Gunner
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Sergeant Peter Robert PEART (740666) Pilot
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Sergeant William Edward GRISWOLD (654640) Wireless Op
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Sergeant Ronald CAIN (638553) Wireless Op
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold The aircraft is believed to have iced up while flying in cloud and crashed 12:40 at Great Wratting, two miles NNE of Haverhill, Suffolk. All the crew perished in the crash including Wireless Operator William Edward Griswold. The crew were:
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold On the morning of 8th January 1941, the Wellington Mark I bomber (Serial no T2956) took off from Stradishall (west of Ipswich) on a test flight.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold By 1940, his mother was living at Garden Street in Magherafelt.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold After ten months he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant Air Gunner Wireless Operator.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Teddie Griswold enlisted in the Royal Air Force about November 1939.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold He was a grandson of Mr S B Caldwell, J.P., Avongarth, Magherafelt.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold He was educated at Magherafelt Technical School.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold Edward Griswold, or Teddie as he became known as, was born about 1919.
23/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold William Edward Griswold was the only son of Edward and Mary Griswold.
22/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown Private John Joseph McKeown was severely wounded in action about 18th May 1940. He was removed to hospital where he died ten days later.
22/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown John McKeown enlisted about 1935, and served with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers in the Sudan, Khartoum, Shanghai and Singapore.
20/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold William Edward Griswold (better known as ‘Teddie’), only son of Mrs Griswold, Garden Street, Magherafelt, after only ten months’ service in the Royal Air force, has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant Air Gunner Wireless Operator. He is a past pupil of the Magherafelt Technical School, and a grandson of Mr S B Caldwell, J.P., Avongarth, Magherafelt.
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20/12/2019 W/less Op William Edward Griswold From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 27th July 1940: Magherafelt
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown The news of Magherafelt’s first victim on the World War Private John Joseph McKeown, was received by telegram sent to his bereaved parents. Mr and Mrs John McKeown, of King Street, Magherafelt, last weekend, and later verified by the War Office. Severely wounded in action, he was removed to hospital where he lingered for ten days, receiving the spiritual attention of the Catholic Chaplain and the best medical attention. But like so many of his countrymen, he laid down his young life in a foreign land and paid the great sacrifice at the early age of 27 years. In his military career of over five years, he had seen service in the Colonies with the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers – in the Sudan, Khartoum, Shanghai and Singapore. A great favourite with his comrades, he was also deservedly popular with his contemporaries in the home town, and quite well-behaved and restrained, he commanded the respect of all adults. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the deceased’s parents, sisters and brothers, aunts and uncles in their inexpressible grief.
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20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 22nd June 1940: Magherafelt’s First War Victim
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20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown Known family: John McKeown, Mary Josephine McKeown, Mary Josephine McKeown (born about 1910), Anna Brigid McKeown (born 1st April 1911), John Joseph McKeown (born 20th October 1912), Leo McKeown (born 14th December 1913), Gerald McKeown (born 27th May 1915), James McKeown (born 20th November 1916), Patrick McKeown (born 15th September 1918).
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown John McKeown was born on 20th October 1912 in the Magherafelt area. He was the third of at least seven children.
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown The 1911 census lists the family at house 22 in Ballymulderg More, Ballyronan, County Londonderry. His father was a general labourer.
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown John Joseph McKeown was the eldest son of John and Mary Josephine McKeown. John McKeown and Mary Burns were married on 3rd March 1908 in the district of Magherafelt.
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown The parents, brothers, sisters and other relatives of the late John Joseph McKeown wish to return their sincere thanks to all who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, to Rev P J Hughes, C.C., of Magherafelt, and the other kind friends who paid personal calls, to those who sent mass cards or letters of condolence. This is an acknowledgement of their gratitude in a time of great sorrow. King Street, Magherafelt.
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown McKeown – 28th May 1940, at a Belgian Hospital of wounds received in action. Private John Joseph McKeown, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, eldest son of John and Mary McKeown – R.I.P. Fortified by the rites of the Catholic Church. Interred in Coxyde Military Cemetery, Belgium. Deeply regretted.
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20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 22nd June 1940: Roll of Honour
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown The CWGC record Private John Joseph McKeown as the son of John and Mary Josephine McKeown of Magherafelt, County Londonderry.
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown Private John Joseph McKeown is buried in Coxyde Military Cemetery in Belgium. His inscription reads: SACRED HEART OF JESUS, HAVE MERCY ON HIS SOUL. REST IN PEACE
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown At the time of Joseph’s death, the family lived at King Street, Magherafelt.
20/12/2019 Fusilier John Joseph McKeown Private John Joseph McKeown, was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he died at a Belgian Hospital on 28th May 1940, the result of wounds received in action. He was 27 years old.
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13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean A list of 93 passengers of the Athenia, now officially reported missing, was issued on Monday – five weeks after the liner was sunk by a German submarine. Nine of the victims had Ulster connections. They are:- Miss Bridget McErlean (38) domestic, of Moneystaghan, Portglenone.
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13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 14th October 1939:
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean The CWGC record Bridget McErlean as the daughter of Henry and Jane McErlean of Moneystaghan, Portglenone, County Antrim.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean Bridget McErlean has no known grave. Her name is listed in the Civilian War Dead Roll of Honour at St. George’s Chapel at Westminster Abbey in London.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean The Athenia was the first British ship sunk by Germany during World War Two. 117 passengers and crew died. Germany denied sinking the Athenia at the time.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean Bridget McErlean was described as being a 38 year old domestic, a US citizen.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean On 3rd September 1939 when it was attacked and sunk by a German U-boat in the Atlantic, 340 miles off the Donegal coast.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean On 1st September 1939, SS Athenia left Glasgow for Montreal via Liverpool and Belfast. She carried 1,103 passengers, including about 500 Jewish refugees, 469 Canadians, 311 US citizens and 72 UK subjects, and 315 crew. Miss Bridget McErlean was a passenger on board SS Athenia.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean The 1911 census lists Bridget as age 10, living with the family at house 20 in Moneystaghan Ellis, Clady.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean Family: Henry McErlean, Jane McErlean, Henry McErlean (born 28th June 1899), Bridget McErlean (born 31st October 1900), John McErlean (born 14th May 1902), Joseph McErlean (born 18th June 1904), Patrick McErlean (born 4th July 1906), Susannah McErlean (born 16th April 1909).
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean The 1901 census lists Bridget as age 1, living with the family at house 28 in Moneystaghan Ellis, Claudy, County Londonderry. Henry McErlean was a farmer.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean Bridget McErlean was born on 31st October 1900 in the Portglenone area. She was the second of six children.
13/12/2019 Civilian Bridget McErlean Bridget McErlean was the eldest daughter of Henry and Jane McErlean. Henry McErlean and Jane Graham were married on 22nd September 1898 in the district of Ballymena.
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12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Aircraftman Robert Johnston has no known grave and is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial in Surrey, England.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Aircraftman Robert Johnston was the first person from Upperlands to be killed in World War Two.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Aircraftman (1st Class) Bertie Johnston was serving on board HMS Courageous when he was killed in action on 17th September 1939.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston On the evening of 17th September 1939, Courageous was on patrol off the coast of Ireland. The ship was stalked for over two hours by a U-boat. The carrier then turned into the wind to launch her aircraft. This put the ship right across the bow of the submarine, which fired three torpedoes. Two of the torpedoes struck the ship on her port side. Courageous capsized and sank in 20 minutes with the loss of 519 of her crew, including her captain.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston In August 1939, he was attached to the aircraft carrier Courageous.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston In August 1937, Robert Johnston joined the joined the Royal Air Force.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston He was a member of Culnady Presbyterian Church with which his ancestors head been connected for generations past.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Robert Johnston was a member of Upperlands ‘Purple Marksmen’ L.O.L. No 817.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston When the Upperlands Pipe Band was formed, Bertie Johnston took a keen interest and was one of the band’s first drummers.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston He was a member of the Boy Scouts, and in 1932 dived into the water to rescue a fellow Scout, called R W Averill, saving him from drowning. He was awarded a Gilt Cross and Certificate for his heroism.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Bertie was an exceptionally good footballer, and played for the local team.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston From about 1930 he was in the employment of Messrs William Clark and Son Limited, of Upperlands. He was an electrician.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Robert ‘Bertie’ Johnston was the second son of Mr and Mrs Robert Johnston of Tergarvil, Upperlands. He was born about 1915.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston At the morning service in Culnady Presbyterian Church on Sunday, the Rev V M Corkey referred, in touching terms, to the death of A.C.I. Aircraftman Bertie Johnston. He said that it was learned that the Courageous had been sunk. There was great anxiety in the district about their late young friend’s safety, and everyone hoped he might be numbered amongst the survivors, but all their hopes were dashed when his father, on Wednesday morning, received a telegram conveying the grim and unwelcome news that his son had given his life in his country’s service. The Rev Mr Corkey spoke highly of the many splendid qualities of the deceased. He said that Bertie was a young man who always tried to improve his position and put his whole weight into everything he did, and referred to the gallant rescue he made a few years ago in saving the life of a comrade Boy Scout who was in peril of drowning. It falls the lot of this young man to be the first from their congregation and neighbourhood to sacrifice in the defence of right, liberty and freedom in the great struggle their country was waging against tyranny, oppression, aggression and might. Rev Mr Corkey concluded by expressing deep sympathy for the bereaved parents and family. The praise service embraced appropriate psalms and hymns.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Keen sympathy is felt in the district for his sorrowing parents, brother and sisters, in the sudden bereavement they have been called on to bear. His father was for many years W.M. of Upperlands L.O.L. 817 and also W.M. of Upperlands ‘Star of the East’ R.B.P., and is also connected with the Murray Club Apprentice Boys of Derry, and gave valued service to the Special Constabulary.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston It is just two years in August last since he joined the Royal Air Force, and from the time of his enlistment he studied and worked whole-heartedly, as is evidenced by the fact that he was rated as an A.C.I. Aircraftman. About a month ago he was attached to the ill-fated aircraft carrier Courageous, and thus has had the high honour of being the first young man from this neighbourhood to make the supreme sacrifice for King and country in the present struggle of right against might.
12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston The tragic news on Wednesday of last week that Bertie Johnston (second son of Mr and Mrs Robert Johnston of Tergarvil), had perished when the Courageous was torpedoed by a German submarine, caused widespread sorrow in his his native district where he and his family are held in high esteem, the deceased young man being very popular in the district. Only 24 years of age, he was, for about seven years, in the employment of Messrs William Clark and Son Limited, of Upperlands, as an electrician. He was a keen athlete being an exceptionally good footballer, and played for the local team in many hard contested games. He was a patrol leader in the Upperlands troop of the Boy Scouts, being a much alive member. On 31st July 1932, while the Scouts were encamped beside one of Messrs Clark’s reservoirs he promptly, without waiting to divest himself of any clothes, jumped into the water and rescued a comrade, Mr R W Averill, from drowning. For this heroic action he was publicly honoured at a public meeting. Captain Scott, Commissioner for the North-West, attended and presented him with a Gilt Cross and Certificate. Mr A M Clark, J.P., presided, and numerous speakers expressed their appreciation of Patrol Leader Johnston’s plucky action. It should be mentio0ned that the young man whose life was saved joined His Majesty’s forces a short time ago. When the Upperlands Pipe Band was formed, the deceased took a practical interest in the project, and was one of the band’s first drummers. He was a member of Upperlands ‘Purple Marksmen’ L.O.L. No 817, and although he has been out of the district for over two years, he continued to be a liberal subscriber to the lodge funds. He was a member of Culnady Presbyterian Church with which his ancestors head been connected for generations past.
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12/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 23rd September 1939: Obituary – Aircraftman Bertie Johnston, Tergarvil
11/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston Mr Robert Johnston of Tergarvil, on Wednesday received by wire official information that his son, A.C.I, (Aircraftman 1st Class) Bertie Johnston was amongst those who had made the supreme sacrifice when the Courageous was sunk by a German submarine. Fuller details and a sketch of this young man’s career will appear in the next issue.
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11/12/2019 Aircraftman Robert Johnston From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 23rd September 1939: Upperlands
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11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant On the evening of 17th September 1939, Courageous was on patrol off the coast of Ireland. The ship was stalked for over two hours by a U-boat. The carrier then turned into the wind to launch her aircraft. This put the ship right across the bow of the submarine, which fired three torpedoes. Two of the torpedoes struck the ship on her port side. Courageous capsized and sank in 20 minutes with the loss of 519 of her crew, including her captain. The survivors were rescued by the Dutch ocean liner Veendam and the British freighter Collingworth. Corporal Grant was one of the survivors.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant In 1939, Corporal Grant was on the British aircraft carrier Courageous when she was torpedoed by a German submarine.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant The CWGC record Corporal Desmond Grant as the son of James and Ellen Josephine Grant of Toomebridge, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant In 1948, he was reinterred in the Commonwealth Military Cemetery, the Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery. His inscription reads ‘Sacred heart of Jesus, have mercy on him. loving father, sisters and brothers’.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant German authorities buried him in the German Military Cemetery at Doberitz, Berlin. This cemetery had an area set aside for prisoners of war who died in captivity.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant Corporal Desmond Grant died in a German POW camp on 20th September 1941, aged 23 years.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant The remnants of 33 Squadron retired to Egypt by the end of May after the Battle of Crete.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant Corporal Grant was taken prisoner on Crete on 24th May 1941.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant The RAF and the ground personnel fought hand-to-hand with German paratroopers to protect the airfield. Many RAF ground crew were left behind on Crete when 33 Squadron was evacuated. It was a fighter squadron so there was no means of taking the ground crew with them.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant 33 Squadron was involved in heavy fighting in Africa and had to be withdrawn to Crete on 27 April.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant By 1941, it is thought he was part of the RAF ground crew either with 33 Squadron or based at Crete.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant Corporal Desmond Grant served with the Royal Air Force in World War Two.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant Desmond Grant was born about 1918.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant Desmond Mary Grant was the son of James and Ellen Josephine Grant.
11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant The inhabitants of Toome district were delighted when they heard the good news on Monday evening that Mr and Mrs James Grant had received a telegram stating that their son, Desmond Grant, was safe,. Mr Grant is on the Air Force and was on the British Aircraft Carrier Courageous when she was torpedoed on Sunday by a German submarine.
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11/12/2019 Corp Desmond Mary Grant From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 23rd September 1939: Toome
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