Friends of the Somme - Mid Ulster Branch  
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29/04/2019 Pte. Francis O'Neill 'I am doing all right so far, but the war is not over yet. I think some of the Coagh boys ought to make fine soldiers, and they should join the colours. I saw Private OíNeill killed, being only fifty yards distant at the time. We are so near the German trenches at times, they shout over to us. There are a good many boys I know here, and we are in good spirits and doing our best to keep us the good name of Coagh. Please remember me to all.'
29/04/2019 Pte. Francis O'Neill Private P Walsh, of the Inniskillings, who has been some months in the firing line, in a letter to his wife, to resides at Coagh, says:-
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29/04/2019 Pte. Francis O'Neill From the Mid Ulster Mail dated 8th May 1915: Coagh Soldierís Message
07/04/2019 Pte. Joseph Mitchell 22518 Private D Mitchell, No 2 Company, wounded by rifle grenade on 28th March 1916. Private Mitchellís mother (Mrs Annie Mitchell), resides at Coagh, Tyrone
07/04/2019 Pte. Joseph Mitchell 20815 Private J Mitchell, No 2 Company, gas poisoning, 11th March 1916. His mother (Mrs Annie Mitchell), resides at Coagh, Tyrone.
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07/04/2019 Pte. Joseph Mitchell From the Tyrone Constitution dated 7th April 1916:
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