Ref ID: 2967


Daniel McCartney.


Belfast Telegraph Newspaper Photograph of Leading Stoker Daniel McCartney.

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Name: Daniel McCartney.

Service Number: K/3632.

Rank: Leading Stoker.

Battalion: H.M Submarine (G8)

Regiment: Royal Navy.

Born: 11th September 1891, Belfast.

Died: 3rd January 1918.

Address: 67 Wigton Street, Shankill Road, Belfast


Daniel McCartney, son of Daniel and Margaret McCartney, lived at 67 Wigton Street, Shankill Road Belfast


The 1901 Ireland Census has Daniel living at 90 Seaview Street, Belfast with his mother, father, occupation, General Labourer, four sisters, Margaret, 14 years, Flax Worker, Grace 8 years, Mary Ann, 4 years, Ellen, 2 years, and brother George, 13 years, Flax Worker.

The 1911 Ireland Census has Daniels family now living at 67 Wigton Street, Shankill Road, Belfast. His Grandfather, George Blake, occupation Seaman, is registered as Head of Family within the Census.

Prior to Daniels enlistment his occupation is given as Labourer


Daniel joined the Royal Navy on the 28th July 1909 for 12 years.

He served aboard many vessels and his Character aboard each ship is described as Very Good.

Daniel McCartney was a Leading Stoker on H.M Submarine G8, Royal Navy, when he was Lost At Sea on the 3rd of January 1918 aged 26 years


See his brother also: 234766 Petty Officer George McCartney Royal Navy


A Dependant Pension Application Form shows his mother as claimant


Daniel received the British War Medal, Victory Medal and 1914 - 1915 Star


He is Remembered at Chatham Memorial, United Kingdom.

To Remember Is To Honour



Shankill Roll of Honour




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