Private Edward Wade Cowin, EMT/44943 1155th M.T. Coy. (Cork) Royal Army Service Corps

Did he serve under the Alias of Ernest Hall in WW1 - the evidence shows two separate deaths for the two men - Cowen on 11 Oct 1920 at Kanturk : and Hall in 26 Nov 1920 at Glanworth

1893 Born Marown, Isle of Man

1901 census living at Ballo Harry, Marown, Isle of Man

1911 census living as a boarder at Clyham House Mines Road,Laxey, Isle of Man


The pension cars for In WW1 indiate that served under the alias of Ernest Hall, #9051 in East Kent Regt

But in fact they are two separate with two separate deaths in Ireland - Ernest Hall


1920 Oct 11, Died age 28 at Kanturk. Son of Elizabeth Margaret Cowin, of 10, Murrays Rd., Douglas, and the late James Daniel Cowin.

and soldiers effects only gves his siblings

Buried at Kirk Marown (St Runius) Churchyard in Isle of Man

The results of the British Inquiry and subsequent trial of a suspect are available

British Soldiers died in Ireland