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Information sought on service men from Castledermot Co.Kildare

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alf mcm

A pension record on Fold 3 states that his father was Daniel Lawler, living at Upper Turnpike, Castle Dermot.

 

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Alf McM

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On 12/06/2019 at 12:31, clk said:

Hi,

 

The only other thing that FMP has is a transcription of his medal index card.

 

Regards

Chris

Hi Chris,

Just to let you know we did manage to trace that soldier down within the village - thank you again - great find

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On 15/06/2019 at 23:14, alf mcm said:

A pension record on Fold 3 states that his father was Daniel Lawler, living at Upper Turnpike, Castle Dermot.

 

Regards,

 

Alf McM

Hi Alf,

 

Is it possible to 

Is it possible to please get a look at the Fold 3  - it could be very helpful

 

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alf mcm

I’m not allowed to show the image on the forum, but I can add the following;-

John Lawler was serving as a Sergeant in Royal Munster Fusiliers {14111} when he was killed in action on 05/03/19. His father was born in 1854 and received a pension of 6 shillings for life. Not sure if this was weekly or monthly. Hope this helps.

 

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Alf McM

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Thanks Alf

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