James Thomas McVeigh

Rifleman James Thomas McVeigh was 40 years old, serving in a home defence unit when he died in a military hospital in Belfast, Co. Down on 11th March 1941.

Rifleman

James Thomas McVeigh

7017357

Rifleman James Thomas McVeigh served in 6th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles on home defence duties at the time of his death during the Second World War.

Rifleman James Thomas McVeigh (7017357) served in 6th Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. His last known address was 5 Murray's Place, off Ravenhill Road, Belfast, Co. Down.

He died at 24th General Hospital, Campbell College, Belfast, Co. Down on 11th March 1941 aged 40 years old.

James Thomas McVeigh’s grave is in Glenalina Extension, Section S1, Grave 202 of Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim.

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