Magee College, Londonderry City.

The public closing meeting of the session in connection with McCrea-Magee College, Londonderry, was held on Wednesday 14th April, 1920 when Professor J. R. Leebody, M.A., D.Sc., President of the Faculty, presided over a large gathering of students and friends of the college.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, the Right Rev. Dr. Simms, C.B., C.M.G., performed the unveiling ceremony. A handsome bronze tablet, set in carved oak, has been erected in the Examination Hall of the McCrea, McGee College in memory of the following students who were killed in the war: -

Daniel Kerr, B.A., Lieut., Cheshire Regiment;
Samuel McCullagh Linden, B.A., T.C.D., Second Lieut. Royal Garrison Artillery;
James F. D. McCay, Second Lieut. Royal Irish Rifles;
Hugh Alexander Small, M.C., Second Lieut. King’s Liverpool Regiment;
Rev. Alex. Stuart, Chaplin to the Forces;
Alexander Hunter Witherow, Second Lieut. Royal Irish Rifles;
John Thomas Whiterow, B.A., T.C.D., Second Lieut., Royal Irish Rifles.


Campbell College War Dead, Belfast..

The Memorial, which was erected in the school’s Central hall, was designed by Captain James R. Young an old Campbellian who erved through the Great War.
594 Campbellians served in the war of whom 124 were killed, of whom 92 had served in the Royal Irish Rifles of whom 27 were killed
Second-Lieutenant Edmund Dewind, Royal Irish Rifles, had earned the Victoria Cross while another former pupil was the first Irishman to win the D.F.C.  In all old Campbellians won 147 decorations in the field.

The names of the old boys and members of the staff who fell:—
K. M. Agnew, H. S. Allison, J. G. Anderson, M.C.
C. M. A. Barker, E. W. Barrett, W. Bartley, W. L. Berkeley, J. W. Bingham,
A. Black, J. K. Boal, E. G. Boas, C. V. Boyd, E. Buyers, F. H. Bradley, D.S.O.,
B. S. Brown, W. A. Burges.
H. J. Calvert, W. Carruthers, R. Carson, C. M. Christie, J. K. Clarke, J. Collen, H. F. Cooke, M. L. Cooper, D.F.C., I. M. Craig.
W. E. Davey, J. S. Davidson, H. C. M. Davis, H. O. Davis, J. Davis, E. Dewind, V.C., R. K. Dilworth, E. T. Dobson, H. H. Dunwoody.
J. M. Edgar, W. V. Edwards.
J. M’D. Fetherston, S. A. Fleming.
J. V. Gault, T. M. Greeves.
H. R. T. Hackett, C. H. W. Hanna, W. Hamilton, T. S. Haslett, M.C., G. R. Healy, R. P. Hemphill, G. H. Herriot, R. G. Hunter.
C. M. Johnston, E. Johnston, M.C., J. A. Johnston, J. B. Johnston, T. C. Jones-Nowlan.
R. G. Kerr, M.C., E. B. Kertland, W. E. King, A. G. Kyle.
A. V. Lea, F. P. M. Leonard, J. E. Lowry.
A. K. M’Bride, C. D. M’Cammon, W. G. M’Caw, J. F, D. M’Cay, H. M’Cloy, R. W. M’Connell, I. C. M’Cormack, G. D. M’Cullagh, R. W. MacDermott, E. L. M’Donald, M. W. M’Donald, R. G. M’Elney, M.C., T. M. M’Ferran, W. D. M’Kee, E. R. MacKenny, W. J. F. MacKeown, U. M’Quoid.
S. C. Macnaghten, B. M. Malone, G. C. Martin, S. Todd Martin, J. L. Millar. A. G. Mitchell, G. Mitchell, H. T. K. Mitchell, W. Moore.
R. L. Neill, C. A. Owens, W B. Owens, F. L, Parker, T. M’C. Phillips, W. J. Porter, W. H. Quarry.
V. T. T. Rea, J. H. M. Redding, H. D. Ritchie, C. A. Robinson, G. M. Rogers, M. C. Rogers. R. S. Ross.
R. E. W. Semple, W. D. Semple, E, L. Shaw, J. B. Sims, J. H. Sinclair, Donard Irvine-Smith, W. H. Smyth, P. S. Snell, C. D. F. Somers, H. Stevenson.
A. S. Taylor, J. A. H. Taylor, R. L. Thompson, M.C., C. R. G. Vance.
J. L. Walker, R. C. Wallace, B. Watson, J. H. Watson, G. W. Webb, G. J.
D. White, W. C. White, R. C. Whiteside, D. S. Wilkinson. F M. Wookey, and Master W. H. Madden.


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