Private Francis Fitzpatrick VC - 94th Regiment ( Connaught Rangers )


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Name Robert,
DOWNIE
Francis,
FITZPATRICK
John Brown,
HAMILTON
David Ross,
LAUDER
Rank Sergeant Private Sergeant Private
Force 2nd Bn The Royal Dublin Fusiliers 94th Regiment
( Connaught Rangers )
1 / 9th Bn The Highland Light Infantry 1 / 4th Bn The Royal Scots Fusiliers
VC won Lesboeufs, Somme, France,
23 October 1916
Sekukuni's Town, Basuto War,
28 November 1879
Menin Road, Ypres, Belgium,
25-26 September 1917
The Vinyard, Helles, Gallipoli,
13 August 1915
London Gaz 25 November 1916 23 February 1880 26 November 1917 13 January 1917
Born Glasgow,
12 January 1894
Tullycorbet, Co Monaghan, Ireland,
1859
Dumbarton, Strathclyde,
26 August 1896
Airdrie,
21 January 1894
Died 18 April 1968,
Glasgow
13 July 1933,
Glasgow
18 July 1973,
East Kilbride
4 June 1972,
Glasgow
Grave St Kentigern's Cemetery, Glasgow St Kentigern's Cemetery, Glasgow
( grave not marked by a headstone )
Daldowie Crematorium, Glasgow Daldowie Crematorium, Glasgow
Location
of VC
Not publicly held National Army Museum, London National War Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh Not publicly held
Remarks None None None None

GLASGOW

Name Frederick,
LUKE
Henry,
MAY
Henry,
MCDONALD
John,
MCAULAY
Rank Sergeant Private Hon Captain Sergeant
Force 37th Bty Royal Field Artillery 1st Bn, Cameronians ( Scottish Rifles ) Royal Sappers & Miners 1st Bn Scots Guards
VC won Le Cateau, France,
25 August 1914
La Boutillerie, France,
22 October 1914
Sebastopol, Crimea,
19 April 1855
Fontaine Notre Dam, France,
27 November 1917
London Gaz 25 November 1914 19 April 1915 2 June 1858 11 January 1918
Born Lockerly, Hampshire,
29 September 1895
Bridgeton, Glasgow,
29 July 1885
Inverness,
28 May 1823
King Horn, Fife,
27 December 1888
Died 12 March 1983,
Glasgow
26 July 1941,
Bridgeton, Glasgow
15 February 1893,
Glasgow
14 January 1956,
Glasgow
Grave Linn Crematorium, Glasgow Riddrie Park Cemetery, Glasgow
( new headstone erected September 2006 )
Western Necropolis, Glasgow New Eastwood Cemetery, Glasgow
Location
of VC
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Cameronians Museum, Hamilton Glasgow Museums Resource Centre, Glasgow Scots Guards RHQ, Wellington Barracks, London
Remarks None None DCM DCM

GLASGOW

Name Hugh,
MCINNES
James,
MCKECHNIE
Duncan,
MILLAR
George,
RODGERS
Rank Gunner Sergeant Private Private
Force Bengal Artillery Scots ( Fusilier ) Guards 42nd Regiment
( The Black Watch )
71st Regiment
( Highland Light Infantry )
VC won Relief of Lucknow, Indian Mutiny,
14 to 22 November 1857 *
Battle of Alma, Crimea,
20 September 1854
Maylah Ghat, India,
15 January 1859
Marar, Gwalior, Indian Mutiny,
16 June 1858
London Gaz 24 December 1858 24 February 1857 18 June 1859 11 November 1859
Born Glasgow,
October 1835
Paisley,
June 1826
Kilmarnock,
19 June 1824
Glasgow,
January 1829
Died 7 December 1879,
Glasgow
5 July 1886,
Glasgow
15 July 1881
Glasgow
9 March 1870,
Glasgow
Grave St Peter's RC Cemetery, London Road, Glasgow Eastern Necropolis, Glasgow
( turfstone erected April 2007 )
Exact burial location cannot be pinpointed within Glasgow cemeteries Southern Necropolis, Glasgow
( turfstone erected December 2004 )
Location
of VC
Not publicly held Scots Guards RHQ, Wellington Barracks, London National War Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum, Glasgow
Remarks * Elected by the regiment
None None

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