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GRAVE LOCATION FOR HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN : NORTHERN IRELAND


BELFAST CO ANTRIM CO DOWN CO FERMANAGH CO TYRONE

TABLE-1 : BELFAST

Name Patrick,
CARLIN
Valentine Munbee,
MCMASTER
Bernard,
MCQUIRT

Rank Private Surgeon Private
Force 13th Regiment
(later The Somerset Light Infantry)
78th Regiment
(later The Seaforth Highlanders)
95th Regiment,
(later The Sherwood Foresters)

VC won Indian Mutiny,
6 April 1858
Indian Mutiny,
25 September 1857
Indian Mutiny,
6 January 1858

London Gaz 26 October 1858 18 June 1858 11 November 1859
Born Belfast,
1832
Trinchinopoly, India,
16 May 1834
Lurgan, Co Armagh,
1829

Died 11 May 1895,
Belfast
22 January 1872,
Belfast
5 October 1888,
Belfast

Grave Friar's Bush RC Cemetery, Belfast
(Grave not marked)
City Cemetery, Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast
Location
of VC
Somerset Light Infantry Museum, Taunton National War Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh Not publicly held
Remarks None None None

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TABLE-2 : CO ANTRIM / CO DOWN

Name Robert,
QUIGG
Sir George Stuart,
WHITE
Hugh,
COLVIN
Robert,
SCOTT
Rank Sergeant Field-Marshall Major Private
Force 12th Bn The Royal Irish Rifles 92nd Regiment,
(later The Gordon Highlanders)
9th Bn The Cheshire Regiment The Manchester Regiment
VC won France,
1 July 1916
Charasiah, Afghan War,
6 October 1879
Belgium,
20 September 1917
Boer War,
6 January 1900
London Gaz 9 September 1916 2 June 1881 8 November 1917 26 July 1901
Born Giant's Causeway, Co Antrim,
12 March 1885
Port Stewart, Co Antrim,
6 July 1835
Burnley, Lancashire,
1 February 1887
Haslingden, Lancashire,
4 June 1874
Died 14 May 1955,
Ballycastle, Co Antrim
24 June 1912,
Royal Hospital Chelsea, London
16 September 1962,
Bangor, Co Down
21 February 1961,
Downpatrick, Co Down
Grave Billy Protestant Churchyard, Co Antrim Broughshane Presb'n Churchyard, Co Antrim Carnmoney Cemetery, Newtownabbey, Co Antrim Christchurch Cemetery, Kilkeel, Co Down
Location
of VC
Royal Ulster Rifles Museum, Belfast Gordon Highlanders Museum, Aberdeen Cheshire Regiment Museum, Chester Manchester Regiment Museum, Ashton-under-Lyne
Remarks None GCB OM GCSI GCMG GCIE GCVO None None

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TABLE-2 : CO FERMANAGH / CO TYRONE

Name Charles,
IRWIN
James,
MCGUIRE
Michael,
SLEAVON
John Alexander,
SINTON
Rank Private Sergeant Corporal Brigadier
Force 53rd Regiment,
(later The King's Shropshire Light Infantry)
1st Bengal Fusiliers
(later The Royal Munster Fusiliers)
Corps of Royal Engineers Indian Medical Service
VC won Indian Mutiny,
16 November 1857
Indian Mutiny,
14 September 1857 *
Indian Mutiny,
3 April 1858
Mesopotamia,
21 January 1916
London Gaz 24 December 1858 24 December 1858 11 November 1859 21 June 1916
Born Manorhamilton, Co Leitrim, Ireland,
1824
Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh,
1827
Magheraculmoney, Co Fermanagh,
1826
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada,
2 December 1884
Died 8 April 1873,
Newton Butler, Co Fermanagh
Date of death unknown
(research shows alive in May 1863)
15 August 1902,
Dromard, Co Sligo
25 March 1956,
Cookstown, Co Tyrone
Grave St Mark's Churchyard, Magheraveely, Co Fermanagh Donagh Cemetery (unmarked)
(buried under the name Patrick Donnelly)
Bannagh RC Churchyard, Tubrid, Co Fermanagh Creggan Churchyard, Co Tyrone
Location
of VC
King's Shropshire Light Infantry Museum, Shrewsbury National Army Museum, Chelsea Not publicly held Army Medical Services Museum, Aldershot
Remarks None * Forfeit of VC - 1862 None OBE

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