James Mullarky (1895-1915)

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James Mullarky

Huddersfield's Roll of Honour: 1914-1922

The following extract is from Huddersfield's Roll of Honour: 1914-1922 (2014) by J. Margaret Stansfield:

MULLARKY, JAMES. Private. No 2296. 'D' Company, 1/7th Battalion Duke of Wellington's Regiment. Born 18 Castlegate, Huddersfield, 16.11.1895. Son of the late John and Mary Mullarkey. Educated St. Patrick's Roman Catholic School. Lived 71 Pine Street, Huddersfield. Single. Employed as a dyehouse labourer by Messrs Allen Priest and Sons, of Lockwood. Attended St. Patrick's Church, was a member of the Young Men's Catholic Association and played football with the association team. Enlisted 4.9.1914. Embarked for France in April, 1915. Killed in action in the trenches near Ypres on 20.11.1915, aged 20 years. Buried BARD COTTAGE CEMETERY, BOESINGHE, BELGIUM. Grave location:- Plot 1, Row H, Grave 16.
ROH:- Huddersfield Drill Hall.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission