Lance Corporal D McFarlane
Service Number 13683
World War 1
'13683 LCpl DR McFarlane was very severely wounded on or about 15 December 1916 and in due course discharged from the Army as no longer physically fit for war service. He enlisted in Dublin in 1915. What he did not do was die on 21.1.1917. I think their information is wrong, but that has got to be the man. He’s not on CWGC, he’s not on SNWM and his records are very clear' - Randall Nicoll
|Country||Location||Name of Memorial||Campaign||Names||Date(s)|
|Ireland||Leixlip Main Street, Leixlip, Co. Kildare||Leixlip War Memorial||World War 1
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