Kilbarron Terryglass World War I – A Parish Remembers, is not a formal history book yet it contains vital information for anyone doing research. It tells the story of a people no longer with us and of a time we wished to understand. Quite simply, Kilbarron Terryglass World War I – A Parish Remembers was started to record how many from the parish were involved in the First World War. It has been discovered that over 60 people were involved in some way: soldiers, doctors, nurses and civilians.
The main aim was to remember, but most of all to record all those who were in the war and their story as told by their families. It became even more important as it was discovered that the vast majority of their records were destroyed in World War II.
Kilbarron Terryglass World War I – A Parish Remembers, contains where possible a photo of each person, their regiment badge, a photo of their home or townsland or memorial to them.