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William Warner was serving with the Royal Irish Constabulary when he passed through Peterborough East Station and signed the visitors’ book on 15 February 1917.  His entry reveals he was stationed at Henry Street Barracks, Belfast.

Unfortunately, we have not been able to identify this police officer.  Please get in touch if you can tell us about William Warner.

The Irish Guards can be traced to 1897 when it was proposed to transfer 1,000 police from the Royal Irish Constabulary to the British Army to form a future “Irish” Guards Regiment.  For more information please see

‘By the end of the war around 700 former RIC men had served with the Irish Guards.  For more information please see 




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