John (Jack) Harte


Name:   John (Jack) Harte
Nationality:   United Kingdom
Rank: Private
Regiment/Service:   Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Unit Text:   2nd Bn.
Age:   23
Born:   Castledawson.
Enlisted:   Finner Camp, Co. Donegal.
Residence:   Castledawson.
Date of Death:   22/03/1918
Service No:   15589
Awards:   Military Medal
Casualty Type:   Commonwealth War Dead. DOW.
Grave/Memorial Ref:   VII. E. 5.
Cemetery:   St. Pierre Cemetery, Amiens, Somme.
Additional information:   Son of John and Elizabeth Harte, of Castledawson, Co Londonderry. His brother Edward also served. He was described in the 1911 census as a linen lapper.

4 thoughts on “John (Jack) Harte

  1. Angela McShannon

    I have been desperate to get a picture go my great uncle and when I came across this website with his name Jack Harte I was so pleased at last I could see what he looked like. I can see the resemblance to my grandfather – jacks brother. I also loved the fact I could see where he was buried. Very emotional.

    1. Lynn

      I have a photo of John Harte with his sister Christina (aka Teenie – my great granny and Laura’s great great granny!) It was taken just before he and Teenie’s husband (George Garvin) went off to war. My great granda George made it back. Sadly John and so many others didn’t. I’ll try and post it here. xx


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