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museumtom

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Hello everyone.

I would very much appreciate if any pals from the six northern Ireland counties listed below could give the casualty count for them. i.e. how many died in the Great War from each.

They are.

Antrim.

Derry.

Down.

Fermanagh.

Armagh.

Tyrone.

Thank you kindly for all you help in advance.

Tom.

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Hi Tom

Not from NI but these are figures I have, they would need firming up:-

Antrim 5221

Derry 1357

Down 2048

Fermanagh 498

Armagh 1117

Tyrone 1059

I have a further approx 9000 coming from theother 26 counties if any use

John

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Thank you John, an interesting count, may I have the source please? I appreciate your offer for the 26 but I am just interested in those six northern ones,

Kind regards.

Tom.

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My notes say the company that produced them was called Eneclann, a genealogy research company based at Trinity College Dublin.

These figures were published a couple of years ago in the Independant of Ireland. I didn't keep anything else just added them as some facts and figures which went under miscellaneous. Sorry can't be anymore helpful

John

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'In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king,' thank you kindly John. All is clear now.

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Hi Tom

Web address below, for the company concerned

http://www.eneclann.ie

And follow this path, Eneclann Shop > All Publications > Eneclann Publications > ENEC011 - Ireland's Memorial Records: World War 1, there is a cd available with the data on the Irishmen who lost their lives

John

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Thanks Knotty.Much appreciated.

Kind regards.

Tom.

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