William Fahy Discharge Papers

/William Fahy Discharge Papers

William Fahy Discharge Papers

William Fahy’s Discharge Papers

Discharge papers for William Fahy who was a member of the Connaught Rangers, Regiment no. 7772 and who was involved in World War I. William was originally from the Turloughmore area of Galway.

The papers state ‘No. 7772 Private Wlliam Fahy, The Connaught Rangers, Served with honour and was disabled in the Great War, Honourably discharged on 19th January 1920’ and is signed ‘George RJ’.

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Museum Reg. GCM2011:005

Location: Storage

 

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