Lt David Babington Cunningham McMonagle, Royal Irish Fusiliers

1897 Jul 28 Born Londonderry

1901 census at 21 in Bishop Street, Londonderry

1911 census at 26 Great James' Street, Londonderry

Attended Foyle College

1915 Feb 11, Enlisted with Black Watch in Londonderry. He was a student living at 44 Great James St, Londonderry

1917 May 30. Commission 2nd Lt in R Irish Fusiliers

1917 Aug 11. On a list of British Casualties. Wounded D B C McMonagle

1918 Sep 3. Attached to RAF

1918 Nov 30. Temp. 2nd Lit. D. B. C. McMonagle to be temp. Lt.

1919 Sep 4. Demobilised

1919 - 1920 Dental Student at QUB

1920 Nov 19. Joined ADRIC with service no 1075. Posted K Coy

1920 Dec 11. In K Company when the burning of Cork and the grenade attack on K Coy tender took place at Dillons Cross. He was wounded and sought compensation and received £585 for his wounds

1920 Dec 11. Admitted Military Hospital Cork

1921 Mar 26 Posted to Depot Coy

1921 Apr 6. Into Stevens Hospital

1921 May 27 to 27 Jul Medical Leave

1921 Aug 27. Posted to O Coy

1922 Jan 16. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC

1922-1923 With Ulster Special Constabulary

1937 Sep 28. The Civil Service Commissioners for Northern Ireland hereby announce that Certificates of Qualification for the situation of Male Clerical Assistant have been issued in favour of the under-mentioned persons:——David Babington Cunningham McMonagle.

 

 

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