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I would be greatfull for any information available on the history of the Home Guard in N Ireland during WW2.
Im after the designations and locations of all units and dates of their existance.The names of Commanding and other Officers and personalities....in fact anything known about the HG in NI.
In particular........ detailed info such as nominal rolls of manpower etc in the Cookstown and Dungannon areas would be great.

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1 Antrim (Ballymoney) Bn LCol V Unsworth, MC

2 Antrim (Ballymena) Bn, LCol A O Chichester, OBE, MC

3 Antrim (Carricfergus) Bn, LCol J A McFerran

4 Antrim (Antrim) Bn, LCol A C Herdman, OBE

1 Armagh (Lurgan) Bn, LCol J Morton

2 Armagh (Portadown) Bn, LCol A Walls

3 Armagh (Bessbrook) Bn, LCol H A Whiteside

4 Armagh (Armagh) Bn, LCol R J Tamplin, DSO

2 Belfast (East) Bn, LCol J D Nicholl, OBE, MC

3 Belfast Bn, LCol R S Drean, MC

4 Belfast Bn, LCol LCol J N Fulton, OBE

5 Belfast Bn, LCol the Rt Hon HGH Mulholland, MP

1 Down (Newtonards) Bn, LCol J Bagwell, MVO, MC

2 Down (Downpatrick) Bn, LCol J A Jaye

3 Down (Newry) Bn, LCol A Turkington

4 Down (Banbridge) Bn, LCol M W Edmunds, OBE, TD

1 Fermanagh (Irvinestown) Bn, LCol R J Clifford

2 Fermanagh (Linaskea) Bn, LCol H C Butler, MBE

3 Fermanagh (Enniskillen) Bn, LCol G E Liddle, OBE

1 County Londonberry (Limavady) Bn, LCol FSN Macrory, DSO

2 County Londonberry (Garvagh) Bn, LCol W Murland

3 County Londonberry (magherafelt) Bn, LCol W L Lenox-Conyngham

1 Londonberry City Bn, LCol RBW Irwin, OBE, MC

2 Londonberry City Bn, LCol J I Mclaughlin

1 Tyrone (Castlederg) Bn, LCol R H Todd, MBE

2 Tyrone (Omagh) Bn, LCol W H Fyffe, MBE

3 Tyrone (Cookstown) Bn, LCol RRA Darling

4 Tyrone (Dungannon) Bn, LCol W J Hall, MM

5 Tyrone (Augher) Bn, LCol W A McKay

N HAA Troop, Ulster Home Guard (B Co, 2 Belfast Bn), Maj J Kerr, MBE

O HAA Troop, Ulster Home Guard (A Co, 4 Belfast Bn), Maj S P Beggs

P HAA Troop, Ulster Home Guard (D Co, 1 Down Bn), Maj A E McConnell

Q HAA Troop, Ulster Home Guard (C Co, 2 Belfast Bn), Maj W R White, MC

R HAA Troop, Ulster Home Guard (E Co, 3 Belfast Bn), Maj G E Wainwright

S HAA Troop, Ulster Home Guard (E Co, 5 Belfast Bn, Maj T J Marshall

T HAA Troop, Ulster Home Guard (F Co, 3 Antrim Bn), Maj A E Holmes

Source: Stand Down, Orders of Battle for the Units of the Home Guard of the United Kingdom, Nov 1944

Regards. Gunner 1

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