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Re: Royal Irish Constabulary Casualties from Co Roscommon
« Reply #9 on: Monday 22 March 10 16:38 GMT (UK) »
Please see webpages on RIC Barracks South Roscommon.

http://www.roscommonhistory.ie/Misc/Military/ric/ric.htm

Snow; Iow/Eastleigh/Fair Oak, Hampshire.
Mabey/Maybee; Iow
Rolf; Iow
Mullender; Maidstone, Kent
Jennings: Hampshire
Stickland;Hampshire/Wiltshire
Appleford: Bishop's Sutton
Mitchell; Sholing, Southampton/Holdenhurst, Dorset
Wilkinson; Hampshire/Linclonshire
Pulling; Portsmouth
Jefferson; Co Durham
Harland: Co Durham
Stocks; West Yorkshire
Gee;London
Alleway; Henley Upon Thames
Covey: Alford, Surrey
Gray; Wiltshire
Parker; Sholing, Southampton
Hulbert; Sholing, Southampton

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Re: Royal Irish Constabulary Casualties from Co Roscommon
« Reply #10 on: Monday 13 September 10 17:19 BST (UK) »
Hi
Sgt John Hughes was my great great grandfather and I am tracing my family tree I would apreciate any info you have and if I find out anything I will contact you
Many thanks
David

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Re: Royal Irish Constabulary Casualties from Co Roscommon
« Reply #11 on: Friday 17 September 10 14:26 BST (UK) »
From the Roscommon Journal Saturday March 5th 1921

In the Brevities section.

"Const John Hughes who was shot dead in Donegal on Tuesday week, was a native of Lowparks, Boyle. He was formerly in the Post Office Service and was very popular with the young men of the town. He was about 8 years in the RIC. The remains arrived in Boyle by Motor Hearse on Thursday".

*Also that day the remains of Constable Satchwell arrived, who was buried in the C of I cemetery.
Snow; Iow/Eastleigh/Fair Oak, Hampshire.
Mabey/Maybee; Iow
Rolf; Iow
Mullender; Maidstone, Kent
Jennings: Hampshire
Stickland;Hampshire/Wiltshire
Appleford: Bishop's Sutton
Mitchell; Sholing, Southampton/Holdenhurst, Dorset
Wilkinson; Hampshire/Linclonshire
Pulling; Portsmouth
Jefferson; Co Durham
Harland: Co Durham
Stocks; West Yorkshire
Gee;London
Alleway; Henley Upon Thames
Covey: Alford, Surrey
Gray; Wiltshire
Parker; Sholing, Southampton
Hulbert; Sholing, Southampton