The Orange Order in World War I


South Antrim Volunteers, By Arrangement, LOL 863



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South Antrim Volunteers, By Arrangement, LOL 863, “Moveable, British Expeditionary Force”.

WM: D H Gourley, Ulster Division.

Sec: Captain A P Jenkins, 11th (S) Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles.

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North Belfast Volunteers, By Arrangement, LOL 864, “Moveable, British Expeditionary Force”.

WM: W J O’Neill, 15th Royal Irish Rifles, Ulster Division.

Sec: Wm Finlay, 15th Royal Irish Rifles, Ulster Division.


Down Volunteers, By Arrangement, LOL 865, “Moveable, British Expeditionary Force”.

WM: Sergeant J W Gordon, 16th Royal Irish Rifles, Ulster Division.

Sec: Sergeant M Cunningham, 16th Royal Irish Rifles, Ulster Division.
At the back of the book is the “Roll of Honour”, described as “Being a list of the members of the Loyal Orange Institution of England, on War Service in the World’s Greatest War.”

There is a note that “Our list is by no means exhausted. Many lodges have failed to send in the names of their members on War Service, and many names have been received too late for publication. A large number of Brethren have joined the Ulster Division, which are not reported here.”



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