Private James McCombe, 19641, 11th Bn., Royal Irish Rifles, from Laurelvale, served in France from 5 October 1915 and was reported wounded at the Somme in July 1916.
Private Joseph McConville, was the son of William and Sarah McConville, Mill Row, Tandragee, and a member of Ballymore Parish Church. His brother John was killed in action.
Mr Thomas William (Tom Bill) McConville, was another son of William and Sarah McConville, Mill Row, Tandragee, and a member of Ballymore Parish Church. He died in 1960, aged 63.
Lance Corporal Edward McCrystal, 44494, Yorks and Lancashire Regiment, from Tandragee. He first enlisted in the 2nd Bn., Royal Irish Fusiliers (Army No. 10471). He served in France from 19 December 1914 and was reported wounded in November 1916. He died in Birmingham.
Serjeant David McCullough [see image below], 14554, Royal Irish Fusiliers, was born on 2 June 1892, the third son of William and Mary Jane McCullough, Market Street, Tandragee. He was a member of Tullymacan Rising Sons of William LOL No. 110 and Tandragee Presbyterian Church. On Saturday 8 August 1914 the Ulster Volunteer Force held a shooting competition at the rifle range in Tandragee demesne with teams from the Clare, Laurelvale, Tandragee and Scarva Companies participating. David McCullough was a member of the winning team from the Tandragee Company. He served in France from 4 October 1915 and he received a parchment certificate [see image below] for gallantry in carrying in the wounded under machine gun fire at Hamel on 1 July 1916 even though he was wounded at the time. He was later captured by the Germans and held as a POW [see image below]. He emigrated to Canada sometime after 1919 and before 1928, when he married. During the Second World War he served with the Canadian Forces. He died in 1957.
Serjeant David McCullough (first right) in Prisoner of War Camp
Private Robert McCullough, 1102032, 257th Bn., Canadian Expeditionary Force, was born on 11 October 1870. He was the brother of Samuel McCullough, Tandragee. He was 5’ 5¾” in height, with brown hair, brown eyes and of a medium complexion. He was a labourer by trade and a member of the Presbyterian Church. He enlisted at Toronto on 15 January 1917 and at the time was living at 37 Simcoe Street, Toronto.
Private Robert George McCullough, M/37 1843, Royal Army Service Corp, from Tandragee, was born on 15 December 1899, the youngest son of William and Mary Jane McCullough, Tandragee. He was a member of Tandragee Presbyterian Church.
Private Samuel McCullough, 14510, Royal Irish Fusiliers, was born on 14 November 1884, the second son of William and Mary Jane McCullough, Tandragee. He enlisted on 15 September 1914 and was discharged on 26 June 1918. He was a member of Tullymacan Rising Sons of William LOL No. 110.
Trooper William Alexander McCullough, 5288, 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, was born on 14 August 1882, the eldest son of William and Mary Jane McCullough, Tandragee. He enlisted on 16 August 1914. He was reported wounded at the front in March 1915 and was discharged on 6 April 1915. He was a member of Tullymacan Rising Sons of William LOL No. 110 and a member of Tandragee Presbyterian Church.
Robert Hamilton McDonald, 171575, Canadian Expeditionary Force, was the son of James William and Elizabeth McDonald. He was born on 3 June 1889 at Main Street, Tandragee, but the family later moved to Dunlargue, Keady. He emigrated to Canada at an early age and enlisted at Toronto in the 83rd Bn. Canadian Infantry on 11 August 1915. He was first posted to England where he became a Lewis Gun Instructor. Later he joined the 75th Bn. and was shipped to France where he saw active service. He was severely wounded and gassed at Vimy Ridge. He was 5’ 7” in height, of pale complexion with hazel eyes and brown hair. He died at Lansing, Ontario, in 1941. His brother, William, also served.