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    Posted: 04 Aug 2012 at 11:49

Gallipoli Association Forum users who would like to make a Roll of Honour entry and do not see the Regiment that they need or need other assistance, may post their request here.



Edited by Peter Trounson - 04 Aug 2012 at 19:10
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Hi Mal:
 
As per your suggestion I'd like to post a  Roll of Honor for V Beach soldier who died in other theaters. 
All the information I have for:   Pte. Patrick Delaney 9364 1Bn RDF, Ahmednagar, Madras, Torquay, Nuneaton. Kennilworth, V-Beach Gallipoli 25/4/1915; Lanchashire Convalescent 2/10/1915; DCM 26/11/1917; MM 11/2/1919.  Battles he probably was in include Somme 1916 (Delville Wood), Arreas1917, St Quentin 1918; Dardanelles Landing at V Beach, also Krithiia, Sulva.  He D.O.W. 28/9/1918, rank at death was CSM for "W"Company 1bn RDF.
 
Mal this is my 2nd reply to a post.   I did not see how to post as a new member, so I just replied.  Now I see all I had to do is use new topic instead of replying to other posts.  
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Hi Carl,

I will post the information shown above and any further information I may have over the next few days. As I am away from my pc until Monday.

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Hi Mal:
Thanks, I knew  you were busy ( just looking at all our posts) so I have no problem waiting.  I had expected that.  Smile
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Originally posted by momsirish momsirish wrote:

Hi Mal:
Thanks, I knew  you were busy ( just looking at all our posts) so I have no problem waiting.  I had expected that.  Smile
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Mal:
Just looking at my thank you post.  I find ( just looking at all our posts) should have read "just looking at all YOUR posts"   You have to be a very busy person.  Thanks for your efforts.
 
I hope this brings up more information about "W Company" of the 1Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
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Hi Mal,

May I request a sub-heading for the 5th Bn Royal Irish Regiment.  Apart from my own fallen, I'll also add the other names as I come across them in the diaries.
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Pte Frederick J Dunn [3114] 5th Royal Irish Regiment.
Fell Gallipoli 16th August 1915
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G'day,
 
There is already a sub heading there for the 5th Bn Royal Irish Fusiliers which I think is the same battalion but as I am more into the Anzac side of things I could be wrong. If it is a different battalion just let me know and I will add it for you.
 
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Hi guys,

Apologies for the delay , I will sort out the 5th Royal Irish Regiment tomorrow.

Norrette, apologies I thought we had already entered Frederick on the Roll of Honour .

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Thanks Mal, it looks good and much more than I would've entered.  I was particularly interested to read the piece from the Belfast Newspaper, which I hadn't seen before. 

His widow raised 5 children in all.

100 years ago today he boarded the Mauretania en route to destiny.

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Glad you like it.

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