AUGHAVILLY CHURCH OF IRELAND, County Armagh
The Memorial Brass, which is mounted on a frame of oak and surmounted with a radiant cross, sign signifying sacrifice, and victory, bears the following inscription:
To the Glory of God, and in Honoured Memory of the Men of this Parish who Sacrificed their Lives in the Great War-1914-1919.
Bailie, Matthewson, Sergeant, Royal Irish Fusiliers. Husband of Margaret Bailie, of I, William St., Milford, Armagh. Born at Belfast.
Chambers, George, Lance Corporal, Royal Irish Fusiliers.
Murphy, John, Royal Irish Fusiliers.
McCammond, Archibald, Corporal, Royal Irish Fusiliers. Son of Mr. W. J. and Jane McCammond, of 16, Monaghan St., Milford, Co. Armagh
McClean, Samuel, Private, Royal Irish Fusiliers. Son of Hugh and Bella McClean, of Moneyquinn, Lislea, Armagh
Stringer, William, Lance Corporal, Royal Irish Fusiliers. Eldest son of Thomas and Mary Stringer, of Lisbanoe, Milford, Armagh
Keys, Albert, Private, South African Infantry.
The Roll of Honour contains the following names (in addition to those of the fallen)
Edward Bell, William Beggs, Robert Beggs, John Chambers, Alexander Cush, William Courtney, J. Chapman, R. Dorman, John H. W. Erskine, William Faulkner, John Foster, Ernest George, Frank Hamilton, Robert Hyde, William Hyde, Thomas Kernaghan, William Murphy, William Moore, James Moore, John Moore, John McKinley, Joseph McKinley, John McKenna, James McKee, David Williams, J. Pentland, Edward Quinn, John Smith, Samuel Vallely.
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