Murray, Francis Patrick (Frank)
No. 26545, 10th Battalion, Dublin Fusiliers, transferred to
No. 228110, Labour Corps
Died in service on Thursday 27 December 1917 (aged 28)
Bangor Cemetery, Newtownards Road, Bangor, Co. Down (Grave 6P. 113A)
In the Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914 – 1919 database it is recorded that Francis Patrick Murray was born in Bramley, Leeds, Yorkshire, lived in Farrell Street, Kells, Co Meath and enlisted in Dublin. In civilian life he worked as a chemist.
Lance Corporal Francis Patrick Murray served with the 10th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers before being transferred to the Labour Corps. He was admitted to No. 4 Casualty Clearing Station (CCS), Varennes on 18 February 1917 suffering from trench feet.
In the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Debt of Honour Website it is recorded that Lance Corporal Francis Patrick Murray was a son of the late Richard and Elizabeth Mary Murray and he was 28 when he died on 27 December 1917.
In Civil Registration death records, it is recorded that he was 19 when he died of valvular disease of the heart at on 26 December 1917 in the South Camp at Clandeboye.
Lance Corporal Francis Patrick Murray (No. 228110) was buried in Bangor Cemetery, Newtownards Road, Bangor.