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hanrahan 2Alexander Hanrahan was the son of John and Sarah Hanrahan, of 34, Shadwell Street, Liverpool.

Alexander landed in France as part of the D Company, 10th Battalion and was wounded in action on 22nd December 1915. He was sent back to the UK for treatment and finally succumbed to his wounds in the Royal Victoria hospital, Liverpool on 5th March 1916.

Alexander has a CWGC headstone at the Ford Cemetery, his mother was buried alongside him 1932. He is also remembered on the St Albans RC Church memorial.

hanrahanRank: Private
Service No: 13831
Date of Death: 05/03/1916
Age: 19
Regiment/Service: The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment “D” Coy. 10th Bn.
Cemetery: LIVERPOOL (FORD) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY,  R. 799.

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