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'Inniskillings' in India 1920


kkinsella

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Hi Everyone,

I am calling on 'Inniskilling' experts for this topic. The Royal Irish Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1st Bn. were sent to India at the end of the Great War, where L/Sgt. Edward Joseph Timoney Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers,(11582) attached 36th Division Signal Company. Service No. 6972309, died on 17th September 1920. He was a native of Cookstown, Co. Tyrone. Can anyone know how he died?

Edward's younger brother, John, was killed in action on 11 July 1916 near Ovillers-la-Boiselle.

Regards,

Ken.

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On 12/25/2016 at 13:30, CavalryQM said:

He died of heatstroke and was married to my aunt Katie.

 

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