Masonic Lodges Co. Donegal

GRAND    LODGE OF
Free and Accepted Masons of Ireland.

ROLL OF HONOUR,
1914 - 1919


THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE ORDER WHO SERVED IN THE NAVY, ARMY AND AIR FORCE DURING THE GREAT WAR.

LODGE  102, LIFFORD, County Donegal
LODGE 271, LETTERKENNY, County Donegal
LODGE  281, ST. JOHNSTON, County Donegal

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LODGE  102, LIFFORD.
The Fallen
Baird, John G., Private, Royal Engineers
Moore, Edward, Private, Canadians
Weir, John, Captain. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
These Served
Kelly, Samuel, Corporal, Canadians
Patterson, William J., Lieutenant, Royal Army Service Corps
Snodgrass, Q. G., Sergeant-Major, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
White, Samuel E., Private

======================================================================================== LODGE  281, ST. JOHNSTON.
These Served
Glenn, John J., Captain, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
McCausland, Joseph, Captain, Royal Army Medical Corps

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LODGE  271,  LETTERKENNY.
These Served
Ash, William T., M.M., Royal Navy, Wireless Operator
Boyd, George T., Sergeant, Canadians
Connor, Patrick, Coastguards, Royal Navy, Wireless Operator
Corry, Samuel B., Corporal, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Curry, William J., Quarter Master-Sergeant, Royal Garrison Artillery
Duffy, Joseph S., Sapper, Royal Engineers
Horobin, Alfred J., Captain Durham Light Infantry
Ingram, Charles, Sergeant-Major, Royal Garrison Artillery
McClean, Francis G., Sergeant, North Irish Horse
Neely, Alexander, Sapper, Royal Engineers
Russell, John A., Sergeant, Canadians
Scott, William, Private, Royal Air Force
Smyth, Hugh E., Royal Naval Reserve
Tease, Findley G., Sergeant, Canadians
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