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Four brothers from Port Clarence . John. Luke. Michael. Thomas.McMahon

these four are on the roll of Honour of St thomas's R.C. Im trying to find more about them non of the four were killed. and all returned home. the roll of honour is for 1914/15/16. The Yorkshire Reg and the R.A.

recruited in this area. can you point me in the right direction.

Regards peter.

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Hi Pete,

Medal card for Luke McMahon here.

He is in the Royal Field Artillery.

Regards,

Garry

thanks garry port Clarance is on the noth side of the river Tees but the postal address is Middlesbrough
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thanks garry port Clarance is on the noth side of the river Tees but the postal address is Middlesbrough

Thanks Garry. If I get his Medal card with his sevice number it may leed to his Brothers.

thy all joined at the same time.

Regards peter.

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Thanks Garry. If I get his Medal card with his sevice number it may leed to his Brothers.

thy all joined at the same time.

Regards peter.

anyone have informatio on the royal field Artilliery medal index cards

for Luke McMahon this way I my find his three Brothers,

with much apreciation peter

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Pete

I am at work at the moment, but later this evening i will download the MIC and post it for you.

It shows that he arrived in France on the 22/7/1915.

Regards Kevin

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Pete here is the MIC

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Regards Kevin

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Pete here is the MIC

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Regards Kevin

Thank's for all the infomation this now has provided me wih a starting point Kevin.

and all from the Great War Forum. Peter.

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Peter

Here is some info, you may or may not have this.

From the 1901 census.

All living at 17 Pearl St, Haverton Hill.

There Father was called Michael, he was born in Ireland and was a Labourer, there Mother's name was Mary and she was born at Wolverston, and there had six boys, named John who was 20, Luke who was 17, Michael who was 14, Joseph who was 11, Thomas who was 8 and little Herbert who was 5.

John, Luke and Michael all where Labourer's and all the lad's where born in Wolverston.

Sorry nothing turns up in the service records or pension records at the moment.

Regards Kevin

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Peter

Here is some info, you may or may not have this.

From the 1901 census.

All living at 17 Pearl St, Haverton Hill.

There Father was called Michael, he was born in Ireland and was a Labourer, there Mother's name was Mary and she was born at Wolverston, and there had six boys, named John who was 20, Luke who was 17, Michael who was 14, Joseph who was 11, Thomas who was 8 and little Herbert who was 5.

John, Luke and Michael all where Labourer's and all the lad's where born in Wolverston.

Sorry nothing turns up in the service records or pension records at the moment.

Regards Kevin

Kevin Thanks for the information bit by bit we will get there

Regards Peter.

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