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Old 23-02-2012, 20:42
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Default Daniel Teggart RN & RNAF

Not sure if this is the right place to post??
I am researching Daniel Teggart Royal Navy and Royal Naval Air Service,where he was stationed and what rank?
Any one any information on this Naval person?
From Armagh Gazette 23 Feb 1918
A marriage has been arranged and will shortly takes place between Mr Daniel Teggart Kilcreevy Lislea Armagh and Miss Florence Markwick eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs James Markwick Polegate Sussex England
.Mr Teggart is the youngest son of Mr Owen Teggart Kilcreevy Madden.
He joined the Navy after the outbreak of war and subsequently transferred to the Royal Naval Air Services. He is at present serving in France.
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