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Identified: Samuel Fee, Royal Navy

Identified: Samuel Fee: Royal Navy (SS/102801), Killed as a direct result of enemy action 1914 (Lantern Slide 4: Right hand side) FAMILY Samuel Fee was born 29 December 1887 to Samuel, a labourer and his English wife Ellen, a housekeeper. … Continue reading

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Identified: Patrick Bryan Adair

IDENTIFIED: Patrick Bryan Adair, Battery Sergeant Major, 16th Battery, Motor Machine Gun Service, Machine Gun Corps. (Lantern Slide #11) Patrick Bryan Adair was born on 12th January 1890. He was living at 73 North Queen Street in 1901 aged 11 with his widowed mother … Continue reading

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Lives of the First World War

Castleton Lanterns will be setting up a community for the Castleton Lanterns men on the Lives of the First World War project site. The Lives of the First World War project will hold the stories of over 8 million men … Continue reading

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Exhibition Launch Red Barn Gallery Thursday 3 October

The launch of the Castleton Lanterns exhibition in Red Barn Gallery will take place on Thursday 3rd October 2013 at 6pm. The exhibition includes lantern slide images of men of Castleton Church, York Road who served in the Great War, … Continue reading

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William John Brolly, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

William John Brolly was born around 1886 and lived in Office Street, Whitehouse at the time of the 1901 census. His father was Robert George Brolly, a master tailor and his mother was Ellen Sophia.  He had at least 5 … Continue reading

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