Lance Corporal John Quinlan

Military Police Corps

Died: Sunday 15 July 1917

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Record:
QUINLAN, JOHN
Additional information:
Cemetery:
GLASNEVIN (OR PROSPECT) CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
St. Bridget's. FJ. 68.
Country:
Ireland, Republic of

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Private John Quinlan 6171

Private John Quinlan 6171. Unit: 25th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. Death: 04 January 1918 Western Front
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Name recorded:
Quinlan, John
Memorial:
Holy Infant And St Anthony Church - WW1 (WMR 63975)
Location:
Astley Bridge, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Quinlan, John
Memorial:
St Paul's Church (WMR 66898)
Location:
Astley Bridge, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Quinlan, J
Memorial:
Major L P Aizlewood MC AFC and Men of Rotherham - WW1 Plaque (WMR 28031)
Location:
Rotherham, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Quinlan, J
Memorial:
5th Battn Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (WMR 43698)
Location:
Bolton, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Quinlan, J
Memorial:
St Paul's Church WW1 (WMR 52866)
Location:
Masbrough, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Quinlan, J
Memorial:
Wimbledon College Memorial Chapel (WMR 12462)
Location:
Wimbledon, Greater London
Name recorded:
Quinlan, J
Memorial:
Military Foot Police and Military Mounted Police- WW1 (WMR 56639)
Location:
Southwick Park, Hampshire