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14/07/2018 The CWGC record Private Patrick Taylor as the son of Mrs Sarah Taylor of Drumeen, Moneymore, County Londonderry.
14/07/2018 Private Patrick Taylor is also commemorated on Moneymore War Memorial (Assembly Rooms).
14/07/2018 Private Patrick Taylor has no known grave and is commemorated on panels 16-17 on Le Touret Memorial in France.
14/07/2018 Private James Owens died the same day.
14/07/2018 Private Patrick Taylor was serving with the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers when he was killed in action at the Battle of Festubert on Sunday 16th May 1915.
14/07/2018 Private Patrick Taylor and Private James Owens went out to France together in the same draft.
14/07/2018 Patrick enlisted in Cookstown at the same time as James Owens and both men joined the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers.
14/07/2018 The 1911 census lists Patrick as 23 years old, living with the family at house 4 in Killybaskey, Lisson Upper. Patrick was a labourer.
14/07/2018 The 1901 census lists Patrick as 15 years old, living with his mother at house 22 in Killybaskey, Lissan Upper, County Londonderry. His mother was a widow. His mother was a washerwoman and Patrick was a labourer.
14/07/2018 Known family: Sarah Taylor, Patrick Taylor (born 9th November 1887), Mary Minnie Taylor (born 9th November 1887).
14/07/2018 Patrick and Mary Taylor were twins born on 9th November 1887 in the Moneymore area.
14/07/2018 Patrick Taylor was a son of Mrs Sarah Taylor.
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