John McLEAN  George Alexander McLEAN William Robert McLEAN

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McLEAN Brothers.

Erected by Alexander McLean
In proud and loving memory
of his three sons who voluntary answered the Nation’s Call and gave
their lives for King and Country
Sons of Alexander and Elizabeth McLean nee Creighton​

John McLEAN. Rifleman 19987, 2nd Royal Irish Rifles.
Born 2 June 1891 at Salterbridge Lismore County Waterford, father gardener.
Killed in action 23 March 1918. His father was granted a war gratuity 23 December 1919.
Commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France

George Alexander McLEAN. Gunner 41411, 74th Brigade Royal Field Artillery.
Born 14 January 1892 at Salterbridge Lismore County Waterford, father gardener.
Died of wounds at 39th Casualty Clearing Station, Allonville, 23 December 1916. His father was granted a war gratuity 13 March 1917 revised 8 October 1919.
At rest in Allonville Communal Cemetery, Somme France.

William Robert McLEAN. Private 316275, 23rd Cheshire Regiment. (Served as Robert)
Born 27 July 1894 at at Salterbridge Lismore County Waterford, father gardener.
Died 7 September 1918. His father was granted a war gratuity 8 February 1919 revised 3 December 1919. At rest in Le Grand Beaumart British Cemetery, Steenwerck Nord France.

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