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May Alice McCormack

Rank: Worker
Townland: Tully
Civil Parish: Clonguish
Catholic Parish: Clonguish
Alternative Address:
Census 1901:
Census 1911:
Regiment/Unit: Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
Regiment Number: 42870
Date of Death:
Cause: Survived the war

May Alice McCormack was born on the 13th May 1897, in Tully Co. Longford. Prior to enlistment, May was apprenticed in the grocery trade and had been employed by J. Stoker, Main Street, Longford. Worker McCormack enlisted in Dublin for home service in January 1918, as a cook and served at Belfast, Fermoy, the Beresford Barracks in the Curragh, and Tipperary.

Parents Names: Daugher of James and Sarah McCormack, Tully, Co. Longford
Notes: May Alice was the youngest of 10 children, which included William, Lillie, Robert, Samuel, Jemima and Albert. The Census returns suggest that she was born in 1897, but her attestment form indicates 1897.The McCormack family were Methodist.

Women's Army Auxiliary Corps 1917-1920 Transcription

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