Lantern Slide Number 57

These man served during the First World War and we think they are listed on the Castleton Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour.  They were featured in a lantern slide exhibition shown to the Castleton Congregation in December 1918.  Do you recognise one of them?  Might one of them be a relation?  Maybe you recognise a uniform, or one of them looks like your dad?  Was he from the York Road area of Belfast?  Let us know in the comments below if you have any clues or hints to who they might be.

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2 Responses to Lantern Slide Number 57

  1. Geraldine Wylie says:

    Thomas James McClure is on the right. He is the son of Samuel and Mary Jane McClure, 14 Deacon Street. He was a private in the Royal Marines and survived the war. His brother, Samuel John Paisley McClure, who is in slide no 2 was killed in action.

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