|Town/Village:||Belfast, Co. Antrim|
|Alternative Address:||Noud's Yard, Longford;|
Noud's Yard, Longford
|Census 1911:||Serving in India with the 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers|
|Regiment/Unit:||Royal Irish Fusiliers, 1st Battalion|
|Date of Death:||05-03-1917|
|Cause:||Died of Wounds, 1st London General Hospital, Camberwell, London|
|Memorial:||Belfast (Milltown) Roman Catholic Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim|
Joseph was born 25 July 1888 in Dwyer's Yard, Longford. He worked in Guinness trade store (employee No 13165) in Belfast from 1913 to August 1914.
Stritch had a long military career, having served in with the 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers, India before working with Guinness. At the outbreak of the Great War, Joseph returned to Longford to reenlist for war service.
L-Sgt Stritch died of wounds in hospital in Camberwell, London.
|Parents Names:||Son of Richard Stritch and Catherine a.k.a. Kate (née Kelly) of Naud's Yard, Longford.|