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Date of death: 24/03/1921
Cemetery: THABA TSHWANE (OLD NO.1) MILITARY CEMETERY
Son of Mrs. Mary Williams, of 67, Blessington St., Dublin, Ireland.
Second Lieutenant Alan James Ramsay Anderson
Royal Irish Regiment
Date of death: 20/10/1914 (aged 21)
Cemetery: LE TOURET MEMORIAL
Son of Robert Andrew and Mary Teresa Anderson, of The Plunkett House, 84, Merrion Square, Dublin. Educated at Strangeway's School, Dublin, Beaumont College, Eton, Bedford Grammar School and University College, Oxford. "Blue" (Boxing) Oxford V. Cambridge 3 years. President St. Patrick's Club, and Member Vincent's Club, Oxford. Probationer I.A.O.S. Staff, 1914. His brother Philip Maurice Ramsey also fell.
Lieutenant Henry Mcdonnell Anderson
Date of death: 30/05/1918 (aged 25)
Cemetery: BAGNEUX BRITISH CEMETERY, GEZAINCOURT
Son of John and Mary Anderson, of 32, Dargle Rd., Drumcondra, Dublin. Native of Portaferry, Co. Down.