Second Lieutenant Robert Hutchinson Andrews
Regiment: Royal Irish Rifles
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Cemetery: Bois Grenier Communal Cemetery, Nord, France
Second Lieutenant Robert Hutchinson Andrews, Royal Irish Rifles, was killed in action in France on 25th September last. He was the younger son of Mr. David Andrews, Fern Hill, Annaghlone, Banbridge, and was an engineer by profession. On the outbreak of the war he resigned an appointment in the West of Ireland under the Congested Districts Board, and joined the North Irish Horse as a trooper. He accompanied his regiment to France in September, 1914, and was subsequently gazetted to the 1st Royal Irish Rifles.