We remember Patrick Mcloughlin

We remember Patrick Mcloughlin

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Timeline

Timeline

1878
birth Nenagh, County Tipperary Ireland Source:7246829 Source:8737824 1878
1913
location Bally Alley Lane, Silver Street, Nenagh, County Tipperary Ireland other group residence address Source:8737826 31st March 1913
1913
dates Age 33 Source:8737826 31st March 1913
1913
employment Farm Labourer William Hogan Coolahohga, Nenagh Ireland Source:8737826 31st March 1913
1913
enlistment Nenagh, County Tipperary Ireland Source:8737826 31st March 1913
1913
service British Army Private 6247 Royal Irish Regiment 3rd Battalion (Special Reserve) Source:8737826 31st March 1913 - 10th September 1914
1913
events Absent from tattoo Military Discipline Source:8737826 8th June 1913
1913
events Absent from tattoo Military Discipline Source:8737826 14th June 1913
1914
events Quitting his guard and being drunk Military Discipline Dublin Ireland Source:8737826 1914
1914
events Absent from tattoo Military Discipline Dublin Ireland The day after being apprehended he was off to join the 2nd Battalion and by November he was dead. Had the future cast its shadow? Source:8737826 6th September 1914 - 10th September 1914
1914
service British Army Private 6247 Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion Source:8737826 11th September 1914 - 22nd November 1914
1914
hospitalisation Wounded in the right shoulder Hospital/Institution Source:8737826 27th October 1914 - 22nd November 1914
service British Army Private 5357 Leinster Regiment Source:8737826
1914
death Died of wounds He died at Tidworth Military Hospital of wounds to his right shoulder. He was admitted on the 27th October and was wounded and evacuated at Le Pilly, Pas de Calais, on the 19th October 1914. Tidworth, Hampshire United Kingdom Source:7246829 Source:8737826 22nd November 1914
burial Tidworth Military Cemetery CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Wiltshire United Kingdom A 28 Source:8737824
sibling Daniel Mcloughlin Source:8737826
sibling Michael Mcloughlin Source:8737826
awards Kings and Queens South Africa Medals 1899 and 02 Other War Service Award Source:8737826

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Patrick
Initials P
Last Name Mcloughlin
Source 2847983
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
Bally Alley Lane, Silver Street, Nenagh, County Tipperary Ireland other group residence address known 31st March 1913
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 6247 Royal Irish Regiment 3rd Battalion (Special Reserve) Private
British Army 5357 Leinster Regiment Private
British Army 6247 Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion Private
Awards
AwardTypeSource
1914 Star with Clasp First World War Campaign/Service Medal
British War Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Kings and Queens South Africa Medals 1899 and 02 Other War Service Award
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Johanna McLoughlin mother
Daniel McLoughlin father
Siblings
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Daniel McLoughlin brother
Michael Mcloughlin brother
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
Fresh Blue Brown
DateHeightSource
1913-03-31 5'8"

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Evidence

Evidence

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Imperial1
Ireland: National Roll of Honour 1914-1921 Transcription Patrick63223
British Army Service Records 1914-1920 Transcription Patrick63223
Soldiers died in the Great War 1914-1919 Transcription Patrick63223
Prisoners of War 1914-1920 Transcription Patrick63223

External Evidence

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The Campaigns and History of the Royal Irish Regiment Vol.II from 1900 to 1922 Patrick63223
"There's a Devil in the Drum" by J.F.Lucy Patrick63223
“The Mons Star: The British Expeditionary Force 1914” Patrick63223
“Within Four Walls” by Major M.C.C. Harrison and Captain H. Cartwright Patrick63223
The Battle of Le Pilly Patrick63223
Ireland and the First World War - the Battle of Le Pilly Patrick63223
Le Pilly honours 177 Irish men killed in first World War battle. Patrick63223
Wherever the Firing Line Extends Patrick63223

Multimedia

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Royal Irish Regiment Cap Badge Patrick63223
Nenagh, County Tipperary Patrick63223
Royal Irish Regiment Cap Badge Patrick63223
Silver Street and Connolly Street, Nenagh Patrick63223
Leinster Regiment cap badge Patrick63223
Private Patrick Mclouglin's grave Patrick63223
Tidworth Military Cemetery Patrick63223
Courcelles Patrick63223
One of the ditches occupied by RIRgt at Le Pilly Patrick63223
Rue du Pilly, Herlies, Pas de Calais Patrick63223
The station where the wounded were treated Patrick63223
Map of the actions at Le Riez and Le Pilly Patrick63223
Le Touret Memorial Patrick63223
Vieille-Chapelle after the first bombardment Patrick63223

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