Ref ID: 2863

Name

James Robinson


Description

Belfast Telegraph Newspaper Photograph of Lance Corporal James Robinson


Life Story

Name: James Robinson.

Service Number: 31013.

Rank: Lance Corporal.

Battalion: 1st Battalion.

Regiment: Royal Dublin Fusiliers.

Born: Belfast, County Antrim.

Died: 27th May 1918.

Address: 24 Edenderry Street, Belfast

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James Robinson, son of James Robinson, lived at 24 Edenderry Street, Shankill Road, Belfast.

James joined the Royal Dublin Fusiliers.

He was posted as part of the British Expeditionary Force.

James was a Lance Corporal in 1st Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers when he was Killed on the 27th of May 1918.

Further research shows that he was formerly 13487, within the Training Reserves.

A local paper states.

Robinson - Lce Cpl James Robinson, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, (late Royal Scots), killed. He was the youngest son of Mr James Robinson, 24 Edenderry Street, Belfast.

James Soldiers Effects were left to his father.

A Pension Application Form shows his father James as Claimant.

A Dependant Pension Application Form also shows his father James as claimant.

James received the British War Medal and Victory Medal.

He is Remembered at Aire Communal Cemetery, France.

To Remember Is To Honour

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Theme

Shankill Roll of Honour


Date

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Classification

Photograph,

Photograph,

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