John Patrick O’Halloran

Corporal John Patrick O'Halloran from Belfast, Co. Antrim died between 28th May 1940 and 2nd June 1940 fighting in the BEF retreat to Dunkirk in France.

Corporal

John Patrick O'Halloran

7011733

Corporal John Patrick O'Halloran died during fighting in France and Belgium as 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles retreated to Dunkirk between 28th May 1940 and 2nd June 1940.

Corporal John Patrick O'Halloran (7011733) served in 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles during World War Two. He was the son of John O'Halloran and Bridget O'Halloran of Belfast, Co. Antrim.

He died between 28th May 1940 and 2nd June 1940 aged 26 years old during the Dunkirk campaign. During the fighting, 2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles helped hold the rearguard of the British Expeditionary Force as they retreated to Dunkirk.

John Patrick O’Halloran has no known grave. His name is on Column 128 of the Dunkirk Memorial, Dunkirk, France.

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