GREY POINT FORT WW1 COASTAL DEFENCE BATTERY GREY POINT FORT AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETY - Helen’s Bay Crawfordsburn 2008 The following photographs are of the 188th Antrim (Fortress) Company R.E. (TA) & 188th Antrim (Heavy Battery) R.A. (TA) who served at Grey Point Fort during WW2 We have sourced a great deal of names but there are many that cannot be identified unless we have the help from the general public and the soldier’s family/relations. Forth row standing left to right. Jackson  -  Unknown  -  Unknown  -  H. Clark  -  G. Thallon  -  Cross  -  Unknown  -  B. Wylie  -  Stevenson  -  J. Bowden  -  Armstrong  -  Scott Third row standing left to right. Unknown - W. Phenix - Blackender  -  Bradley   - Graham  -  McGladdery   -  Bell -  Unknown  -  R. Long  -  Veighey   -   Boyd  Second row standing left to right. Cpl J. McConnell  -  Cpl H. Peden  -  Unknown  - Unknown  -  Unknown  -  J. Catherwood  -  G. Moore   J. Brownlee  -  R. Dean  -  A. Philips  -  Walsh  -  Willis  -  McConnell  -  J. McBride – McKeown First row sitting left to right. F. Gordon – Sgt Blondon – Sgt McCormick – Lt Breen – Capt. Greeves – RSM King – Capt. Maynard Sinclair – Lt F. Byers – Lt Glendenning – Sgt J. Larkin - CQMS McIntyre -  Sgt J. Hill  -  Cpl Fyffe McFadden. Three sitting on the ground left to right. Unknown – Faulkner – Crossley (It should be noted that RSM King and Sergeant Jim Larkin were regular soldiers who had been serving in the forts in Southern Ireland prior to the formation of the Territorial Army in Northern Ireland) 188th Antrim (Fortress) Company R.A. (TA) dated 1937