We remember James Gilhooley

We remember James Gilhooley

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1895
birth Widnes, Lancashire, England United Kingdom Source:9614151 1895
service British Army Sapper 6589 Royal Engineers Source:1760149
1915
death Died of wounds During the "Second Battle of Ypres and the fighting for Hill 60." Sapper James Gilhooley was wounded "in the lower part of the body". He died 24 May 1915. Zwarteleenstraat, Ypres Belgium Source:9614151 24th May 1915
burial Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Bailleul Communal Cemetery Belgium Plot I, Row F, Grave 69, Memorial ID 56328859 Source:9614151

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Names
TypeName
First Names James
Initials J
Last Name Gilhooley
Source 1760149
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Male
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Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 6589 Royal Engineers Sapper
Family
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NameRelationshipDatesSource
May A Gilhooley mother
Thomas Gilhooley father

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