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Edward Mulvihill

Rank: Private
Street: 40 East Hamilton Street
Townland:
Town/Village: Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
Civil Parish: Ardagh
Catholic Parish: Ardagh
Country:
Alternative Address: Moydow, Ardagh, Co. Longford
Census 1901: Possible entry at Moygh, Moydow
www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Longford/Ballymahon/Moygh/1547276/
Census 1911: Living at 40 East Hamilton Street, Greenock in the Scottish Census.
Regiment/Unit: Irish Guards, 2nd Battalion
Regiment Number: 9289
Date of Death: 13-09-1916
Cause: Killed in action, Ginchy Trenches (Somme), France
Memorial: Thiepval Memorial, Thiepval, Somme, France
Information:

Edward Mulvihill was born c.1883* in Moydow. His siblings included Peter, Mary and Frank. By 1911 Edward was living in Greenock, where he worked as a tramway motorman. 

Pte Mulvihill enlisted in Greenock, Renfrewshire. He was killed in action at the Ginchy Trenches. 

Parents Names: Son of Frank and Kate Mulvihill of Moydow, Co. Longford
Notes: The 1911 Census suggests a birth year of 1886.
Links:

CWGC entryText of Rudyard Kipling's Irish Guards in the Great War, including Pte Mulvihill

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