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Bernard Brady

Rank: Private
Townland: Tullybawn
Town/Village: Moatfarrell
Civil Parish: Clonbroney
Catholic Parish: Clonbroney
Alternative Address: Possible entry in Scottish Census at 13 Pollock St, Motherwell, Lanarkshire
Census 1901:
Census 1911: Resident at Tullybaun
Regiment/Unit: Highland Light Infantry, 2nd Battalion
Regiment Number: 8081
Date of Death: 20-09-1914
Cause: Killed in action, close to Verneuil
Memorial: Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille, France

Bernard was born c.1883 in Longford.

Prior the outbreak of war, Pte. Brady in Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland with the 2nd Highland Light Infantry. They were based in Aldershot at the outbreak of the war, and were deployed to Boulogne on the 14 August 1914, arriving at the front on the 27 August that year. He was killed in action as a result of heavy German shelling, one of seventy NCOs and other ranks killed from the regiment. 

Parents Names: Son of Bernard and Mary Brady of Tullybawn, Moatfarrell, Co. Longford

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