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Member 'Noor' re Plunkett death plaque


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Guest Chrismcgrath

I am trying to contact Dublin based member 'Noor' about a posting made about the death plaque of Irish Guard Hugh Plunkett.

If you happen to come across this please contact me on mcgrath1798@gmail.com or 07759 278383.

Many thanks

Chris McGrath

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In all probability it is not Hugh Plunkett's death plaque but death "penny". Guardsman Plunkett was killed in action with 5 Coy, 3 Bn Irish Guards at Cambrai 27 Nov 1917, he was from County Meath and a groom before the war. 

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Chris, welcome to the Forum.

I've emailed member Noor with a link to your query.

Regards, Kath.

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43 minutes ago, KGB said:

In all probability it is not Hugh Plunkett's death plaque but death "penny". 

The two terms are used interchangeably (and incorrectly) to describe what is correctly called a Memorial Plaque.

 

Dave

 

 

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