Reference Library – Infantry Regiments – London Regiment
THROUGHOUT the centenary of the First World War, we have been remembering the brave men from Loughborough and the surrounding areas who lost their lives during the conflict. Here, with the help of Marigold Cleeve and a small number of researchers from the Loughborough Carillon Tower and War Memorial Museum, we continue to look back on those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in July 1916.
Private Frank Joseph Cuthbertson was born in 1891 in Little Ilford, Essex, the son of John Hubert Cuthbertson, draper, and Elizabeth Louise Cuthbertson.
In 1891 the Cuthbertson family lived at 14 Romford Road, Little Ilford, but by 1911 they were living at Trainsville, Duncombe Hill, Forest Hill, Honor Oak, Kent, and Frank s father was described as an Agent for railway material .
Frank s parents later moved to 50 Mayow Road, Sydenham.
Frank had two brothers John and Cecil and one sister Mabel.
By the time he enlisted, Frank was engaged to Miss Maud Christine Goddard, known as Chrissie , of 3 Burleigh Road, Loughborough.
Frank enlisted at Shepherds Bush, London, and joined D Coy, 22nd (Service) Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers (also known as the City of London Regiment) as Private 1122.
Frank s battalion was formed at White City on September 11, 1914, by the Mayor and Borough of Kensington and was known as the Kensington Battalion.
Frank was sent to France on November 16, 1915.
On November 25, 1915, Frank s battalion was transferred to the Army s 2nd Division and went into the trenches at B thune.
From B thune the battalion moved to Cantraine and then Beuvry, where the men spent Christmas in the trenches.
From January to May 1916 the battalion operated in the area of Festubert, Souchez, Bruay and Ourton doing trench tours, training and resting.
On May 22, 1916, they moved to the front line trenches at Talus des Zouaves in the area of Vimy Ridge.
At the beginning of July 1916 at the start of the Somme Offensive, Frank s battalion was in the trenches at Berthonval, near Vimy.
On July 9 the men were relieved by the 1st Royal Berkshire Regiment and proceeded to Camblain-l Abb , nine miles north-west of Arras until July 13 when they returned to Berthonval.
By July 24 they were in trenches at Montauban and subjected to night gas shelling from the enemy.
On July 27 Frank s battalion was called upon to be part of a second attack on Delville Wood which was held by the enemy and overlooked British positions.
Frank survived the successful attack and capture of Delville Wood but was killed in action on the following day in nearby trenches, aged 25.
He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 8 C9A and 16A.
Frank s fianc e Chrissie Goddard never married and died in Loughborough in 1981.
Private Harry Smalley was born in June 1894, the son of John Smalley, a mechanical engineer from Shepshed, and Maria Smalley of Loughborough. In 1901, when Harry was six, the family was living at number 5 Wards End, Loughborough. Harry had an older brother John, an older sister Dorothy known as Dolly , and a younger brother, William.
Harry was educated at the Loughborough Grammar School and in 1910 began a period of apprenticeship with Bailey and Simpkin, outfitters, in Loughborough. By 1911 the Smalley family had moved to 39 Market Place, Loughborough, and Harry s father was now a confectioner. Harry enlisted for short service (three years with the colours) in Loughborough on September 3, 1914.
He joined the 8th (Service) Battalion of the Leicestershire Regiment on September 24, 1914, as Private 12833. In April 1915 Harry s battalion became part of the newly established 37th Division of Kitchener s 2nd New Army and the Division began to concentrate on Salisbury Plain. Harry travelled to France on July 29, 1915.
Initially the 37th Division concentrated near Tilques. The 8th Battalion then moved via Watten, Houlie, St. Omer, Eecke and Dranoutre to Wulverghem and Berles-au-Bois, a short distance from the front line. In September 1915 Harry was admitted to No. 49 Field Ambulance with scabies and just over a month later to the same field ambulance with influenza.
On November 2 he was transferred to the Convalescent Depot in Rouen (No. 8 General Hospital). On December 8 he moved to the 37th Infantry Base at Etaples, a holding and training camp. He appears to have stayed at Etaples until July 10, 1916, when he was attached to the 20th Battalion of the King s (Liverpool) Regiment, joining the battalion in the field on July 12.
At the time, the 20th King s Liverpool was in the area of Maricourt, south-east of Amiens. On July 29 the battalion was ordered to the assembly trenches near Maurepas amidst heavy gas shelling by the enemy. On July 30 an attack on the enemy was launched in thick mist.
On August 5, 1916, Harry was reported as having gone missing in action on July 30 by the Officer Commanding the 20th King s Liverpool. His body was recovered; he had died of wounds on or shortly after July 30, 2016, aged 22. Harry s identity disc was returned to his father on March 1, 1918.
He is buried at Guillemont Road Cemetery, Guillemont, Picardy, Grave XII. M. 2. Harry s brother William joined the RAF on May 14, 1918, aged 17, and served with 153 Squadron. He survived the war.
Private Alfred Watson was born in Loughborough in 1894 to William Watson, a general labourer, and Elizabeth Ann, a seamstress.
In 1891 the family was living at 2 Court B, Nottingham Road, Loughborough, but by 1901, following his father s death in 1897, Alfred, his mother and siblings (Eliza, Ruth, Edward, Edith and James) had moved to 6 Market Street, Loughborough.
Alfred s mother was remarried in 1902 to Joseph Mallen Pountney, a labourer, and they had four more children (George, Priscilla, Elsie and John).
The growing family moved to 34 King Street, and later to 4 Mills Yard.
Alfred attended the Emmanuel Church Bible Class and by 1911, aged 17, had become an engineering labourer.
Alfred would appear to have enlisted with the Leicestershire Regiment in about 1911, possibly as a territorial soldier.
On December 7, 1914, he was sent to France as Private 10581 to join the 2nd Battalion of the Leicestershire Regiment.
The 2nd Leicesters took part in the Battles of Neuve Chapelle (March 10-13, 1915), Aubers Ridge (May 9, 1915) and Festubert (May 15 25, 1915).
Albert was wounded on the first day of the Battle of Festubert, when the 2nd Leicesters were holding some front line trenches.
There is no record of when Alfred transferred to the 16th (Service) Battalion of the Sherwood Foresters (Chatsworth Rifles) but it is likely to have been when he recovered from his wounds. He was now Private 29085.
Alfred went to France for the second time on February 1, 1916.
From Boulogne, the battalion proceeded to Renescure, Robecq and then Paradis, south-west of Lestrem, when on April 19 they went into the trenches.
On July 15 Alfred s battalion was in bivouacs in Bois de Billon.
There is no record of how Alfred was killed or where he was when it happened.
It will probably always remain a mystery why he is remembered on the Loos Memorial (Panel 87-89) which is some distance away from Bois de Billon.
It is possible that he had been temporarily attached to another unit.
His brother Edward, who was with the 2nd Leicesters, had already been killed at the Battle of Loos in September 1915.
Private Arthur Hayes was born in Sneinton, Nottingham, in 1886, the son of Robert Hayes and his wife Hannah. Arthur s father was a framework knitter and his mother a hosiery worker who subsequently became a lace hand.
Arthur had a younger brother Robert and a younger sister Thirza. In 1891 the family lived at 8 Regent Hill, Nottingham, and in 1893 at 3 Florence Terrace, Nottingham. By 1901, however, life had changed dramatically for the Hayes family: Arthur s father and his brother Robert had both died, and his sister Thirza was at St. Joseph s Catholic Home and Reformatory for Girls at Nether Hallam, Sheffield.
Arthur and his mother, meanwhile, were boarding at 108 Red Lion Street, Nottingham, in the household of Samuel Greenwood, a widower with two young sons Arthur and Robert Greenwood and Arthur was working as a labourer on a potato farm. In 1903 Arthur s mother married Samuel Greenwood, a wooden box maker, and Arthur soon had twin step-brothers, Samuel and Harold. The family then moved to 29 Brassey Street, New Radford, Notts.
On May 27, 1904, Arthur, who had served with the militia in the 4th Battalion of the Sherwood Foresters (the Notts and Derby Regiment) since June 17, 1903, attested at Nottingham to join the Sherwood Foresters for a period of three years with the Colours and nine years in the Reserve. He was immediately posted to the Depot as Private 9385. On November 24 he was sent to Aldershot until November 4, 1905, when he was posted to join the 1st Battalion in Singapore and the Straits Settlements.
In May 1906 he was hospitalised in Singapore for an inflamed abscess caused by an ill-fitting boot. In the same month he was awarded a Good Conduct badge. He then moved with his battalion to Bangalore, south India.
On May 26, 1907, Arthur was transferred to the Army Reserve and returned to England. In 1911 Arthur was employed as an underground collier and living at 69 Selhurst Street, Nottingham, with his mother, step-father, and twin half-brothers. In the summer of 1914, Arthur s step-father died and Arthur himself was recalled by his regiment.
He rejoined the regiment at Derby on August 5, 1914, and moved on mobilisation to Cambridge. Arthur went to France on October 10 to join the 2nd Battalion of the Sherwood Foresters. On October 18-20 the 2nd Battalion fought a major battle at Enneti res en Weppes on the way to Ypres, holding a vastly superior German force for 48 hours and losing in the process 16 officers and 710 other ranks.
This action was followed by participation in the First Battle of Ypres (October 19 November 22, 1914). On November 11, 1914, Arthur received 10 days field punishment for drunkenness. The battalion remained in the Ypres Salient trenches at St. Jean, Elverdinghe and Yser Canal Bank, with rest and training periods at Poperinghe until March 18, 1916, when they left Poperinghe for Herzeele and Wormhoudt.
On March 27 they returned to Camp N at Poperinghe for further training until April 6 when they entrained at Houpotre for Calais. Training continued at Beau Maris Camp, near Calais, until April 15 when they returned to Camp G at Poperinghe and more tours in the trenches near Ypres. On May 6, 1916, Arthur went to No. 50 Casualty Clearing Station in the field and was diagnosed as having bronchitis.
He was sent by No. 17 Ambulance Train to No. 11 General Hospital at Camiers until June 2 when he was moved to No. 6 Convalescent Depot at Etaples. By July 9 he had recovered and was attached to the 7th Battalion of the King s Own Royal (Lancaster) Regiment. Arthur joined them in the front line trenches north-east of Bazentin-le-Petit on the Somme on July 30.
He was killed in action, aged 30, the following day. Arthur was reported to have been buried on the Somme but is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Panel 39 and 41. His mother, who originally came from Leicestershire, moved to 7 Cradock Street in Loughborough after her second husband died in 1914.
She later moved to 12 Providence Square and then to 1 King William Yard.
Sergeant William Kilgour Miller was born in 1859 in the parish of St. Cuthbert s Church, near Princes Street, Edinburgh.
He was the son of John Miller, who later lived at 9 East Montgomery Place, Edinburgh, and attended the Presbyterian Church.
William had already served with 1st Battalion of the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) for seven years when, on September 22, 1883, at Ballincollig, County Cork, Ireland, he attested to join the 2nd Dragoons of the Royal Scots Greys.
He was 25-years-old and had a tattoo of a Highlander and girl on his right arm, and on his left arm a tattoo of a shield.
He secured his release from the Black Watch by a payment of 14 and joined the Royal Scots Greys in Ballincollig as Private 2512.
He was appointed a Bandsman in the 2nd Dragoons on July 1, 1884, a position he held until September 21, 1890.
In November 1883 he was sent to Piershill Barracks in north-east Edinburgh where he stayed for two years until October 1885 when he moved to Aldershot.
On November 27, 1886, he married Kate Harrington, a farmer s daughter, in Farnham, Surrey.
In August 1887 he was posted to Brighton for 11 months.
In July 1888 he was sent to Ireland, firstly to Dundalk and then, in July 1890, to the Curragh.
On September 22, 1890, William transferred to Royal Scots Greys, 1st Class A Reserve, moved with his wife and two young sons James and William Kilgour Miller to Nottingham and joined the Nottingham City Police Force.
He left the Army Reserve on September 29, 1895.
His Armyrats © military papers record the following: Conduct very good. Habits regular and temperate and that he had been awarded Royal Humane Society Medal for Saving of Life.
Between 1893 and 1901, five daughters were born to William and Kate Kilgour Miller: Kate, Annie, Edith, Laura and Florrie.
In 1901 the family was living at 3 Baden Terrace, Nottingham, and William was a musician with the Robin Hoods (a unit of the Volunteer Force of the British Army).
Sometime between 1901 and 1909, the family moved to 88 Cobden Street, Loughborough, as William had obtained employment as a fitter and electric furnace labourer at the Brush Electrical Engineering Company.
On April 16, 1909, he attested at Loughborough, this time to join the 1/5th Leicestershire Regiment (Territorials) for four years.
He was appointed Private 865 and was almost 50-years-old.
Between 1909 and 1911 he attended annual training camps at High Tor and Aberystwyth and was subsequently re-engaged in November 1912 and in February 1914.
He played a clarinet in the band.
William went to France with the 1/5th Leicesters on February 28, 1915, but two weeks later was sent to No. 11 Stationery Hospital at Rouen with bronchitis.
He was transferred back to England on March 22, 1915.
William resumed Armyrats © military duties in Loughborough and was attached to the administrative centre of the battalion at the Loughborough Drill Hall.
He was promoted to Acting Corporal on May 1, 1915, and to Acting Sergeant on July 3, 1915.
In March 1916, however, his health deteriorated and he was in Loughborough Hospital from March 30 to April 11 suffering from mitral stenosis.
He died at home (44 Leicester Road, Loughborough) on July 9, 1916, from pleurisy and pneumonia, aged 57.
A local newspaper report on William s funeral recorded that it was conducted by the Rev. Pitts, and deceased was accorded Armyrats © military honours. At the conclusion of the service three volleys were fired over the open grave by a firing party from Glen Parva, and the bugler sounded the Last Post .
William is buried in Loughborough Cemetery Grave 14/298.
William s sons both had Army careers and served in WW1, James with the 2nd Dragoons of the Royal Scots Greys and William with the 1st Battalion of the Sherwood Foresters. Both survived the war.
Two of William s grandchildren, James Acquilla Kilgour Miller and John William Kilgour Miller, served in the Royal Navy in the Second World War and both lost their lives.
More than 200 men from the wider Alnwick district were killed in action or died of wounds received during the Battles of the Somme one hundred years ago. The database compiled last year by Alnwick District WW1 Centenary Commemoration Group (now held by Northumberland Branch of the Western Front Association) records the number of men from Alnwick district who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the 12 separate battles and countless lesser actions in 1916.
The Somme battlefield
More than 60 per cent of them served with the county regiment, the Northumberland Fusiliers: 53 with the 1/7th Battalion Territorial Force, whose pre-war station was Alnwick; and 37 with the four battalions of the regiment making up the Tyneside Scottish Brigade, later numbered 102nd Brigade as part of 34th Division 20th -23rd (Service) Battalions (1st-4th Tyneside Scottish). Up until February 1918, 1/7th Battalion TF was one of the four infantry battalions of 149th Brigade as part of 50th (Northumbrian) Division. The principal aim of this article, the first in a three-part series spread over coming months, is to mark the centenary of the Somme campaign, which lasted from June 24 to November 18, 1916, by reflecting on its impact on the wider Alnwick district an area bounded by Bamburgh; Kirknewton; Elsdon; Longframlington; Felton; and the northern end of Druridge Bay. This will be achieved through use of statistical data, relating background information on some of those who lost their lives, and providing a brief overview of events on the Somme battlefields one hundred years ago, to provide context. There were three phases to the campaign the opening attacks on July 1 through to a successful night attack on the Bazentin Ridge on July 14 and follow-up attacks over the next three days which briefly opened the possibility of a major advance before the attack was closed down following the capture of the ridge, Mametz Wood and Contalmaison (the Battles of Albert and Bazentin); the second phase, a series of costly random attacks with only limited objectives and limited successes ran from mid-July to early September; and a final phase began on September 15 until the campaign was finally closed down on November 18.
This article (running over two weeks) focuses on the first phase. For many throughout Britain, the events on July 1, 1916, and in later battles of the Somme campaign stands as testament to the futility of war. Blackadder Goes Forth, the fourth and final series of the BBC sitcom lampooned leadership of the British Army during the First World War which presents an oversimplified view of the war, reinforcing the ever-popular notion of lions led by donkeys .
A brief line in the Alnwick and County Gazette on July 1, 1916, reporting the death of Randolph Flintoff.
Forty Alnwick district men were killed in action or died of wounds received on July 1. Most served with the Tyneside Scottish Brigade which, along its sister Tyneside Irish Brigade, was virtually wiped out as it attacked German positions around La Boisselle. Of 100,000 men who went over the top on that day across a front 20 miles wide, 19,240 were killed and 38,500 were wounded, which represents the worst day for casualties in the history of the British Army. Casualties sustained by the Tyneside Scottish and Irish Brigades during the first three days of July were amongst the highest of any brigades involved in the Battle of Albert.
A massive eight-day bombardment of German defences by 400 heavy guns and 1,000 field guns preceded the July 1 attacks, which gave many British commanders supreme but ultimately misplaced confidence in the crushing impact the artillery would have. So sure of this were they that decisions were taken not to allow the largely inexperienced infantry to advance by the tried and tested means of fire and movement , with disastrous consequences. The bombardment began on June 24 and it was on that day that the first local man died. He was Lieutenant Randolf Alexander Flintoff serving with the East Yorkshire Regiment, 10th (Service) Battalion (1st Hull) who succumbed to gas wounds. He was the son of Churchill and Susan Hephzibah Flintoff of Alnwick and he s buried at Bertrancourt Armyrats © Military Cemetery.
A report in the Alnwick and County Gazette of the death of William Laidler.
The principle of an offensive campaign by each of the Entente Allies Russia, France, Britain and Italy during the 1916 summer had already been decided, on 14 February of that year. The decision to attack the Germans on the Somme was a political one. It was where British and French positions met on the Western Front. The Somme campaign was conceived as a joint Franco-Anglo affair with the British playing a subsidiary role and in so doing providing opportunities for Kitchener s New Armies to build their experience before it was expected that the British would assume a greater, possibly leading role on the Western Front in 1917.
However, only a week after the principle of a summer offensive was agreed the Germans pre-empted things with a ferocious attack of their own around Verdun aimed at bleeding the French Army dry , and everything changed after that. As German pressure at Verdun grew, increasingly it became necessary for Britain to shoulder more and more responsibility for the summer offensive on the Somme. Although it remained a joint operation, for the first time the British Army was the principal partner in that campaign.
A report in the Alnwick and County Gazette reporting the death of Robert Brewis.
The timing of the July 1 attack was governed by events around Verdun with the French exerting pressure on Sir Douglas Haig, the British Commander-in- Chief, to delay no longer so as to cause the Germans to shift their reserves from Verdun to the Somme. The Somme battlefields had not been contested since the first weeks of the war.
The Germans had almost two years to construct tremendously strong defences on higher ground dug-outs 30 feet below ground level were impervious to artillery fire; networks of well-concealed inter-supporting machine gun nests with large, clear arcs of fire; each defensive trench line protected by dense barbed-wire entanglements which were death-traps to attacking troops unless the wire was well-cut beforehand; and several defensive lines, each with several lines of trenches, would have to be overcome to achieve one of Haig s original objectives, to break though the German lines and return to open, mobile warfare. Preparations for the July offensive were necessarily elaborate and took considerable time and resources to complete. Vast stocks of ammunition and stores had to be accumulated; miles of new railways were laid to carry them; new roads built; dug-outs had to be built to accommodate and shelter attacking troops and for later use as dressing stations and casualty clearing stations; reliable water supplies were needed for countless thousands of men and animals; miles of communication channels and trenches had to be dug; and much more besides.
All of this can have meant nothing to those men and their families caught up in the tragedy of what happened on July 1 and in following days. Private Robert Brewis was one of those killed on July 1. He served with the Northumberland Fusiliers, 22nd (Service) Battalion (3rd Tyneside Scottish). The 1911 Census shows Robert to have then been 22, working as a carter, and living at Wooperton with his widowed mother Hannah, 59, younger brother James, 18, a horseman, and younger sister Isabella, 16.
Born at Bedlington about 1889, the son of John and Hannah Brewis (n e Grieve), he had an older brother and two older sisters. Robert enlisted at Newcastle and he s one of 125 local men killed during the Somme campaign who are commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial. Robert is also commemorated at St Bartholomew s Church, Whittingham and on Branton Presbyterian Roll of Honour.
The second part of this first feature of the Battles of the Somme, including the second part of the roll of honour up until July 17, 1916, will appear in next week s Gazette.
Roll of honour part one
For each entry, the format is the name and rank; regiment/battalion; date of death; age; where commemorated (or buried if found). Lieutenant Randolf Alexander Flintoff; East Yorkshire Regiment, 10th (Service) Battalion (1st Hull); 24 June; 33; Bertrancourt Armyrats © Military Cemetery.
Private William Laidler; Northumberland Fusiliers, 12th (Service) Battalion; 26 June; 35; Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt. Private John William Croyle; Northumberland Fusiliers, 21st (Service) Battalion (2nd Tyneside Scottish); 27 June; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private Thomas Murphy; Northumberland Fusiliers, 12th (Service) Battalion; 28 June; As yet, unknown; M aulte Armyrats © Military Cemetery.
Private John Arthur Barcroft; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Lance Corporal William Saunders Bolton; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 24; Thiepval Memorial. Private Robert Brewis; Northumberland Fusiliers, 22nd (Service) Battalion (3rd Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 27; Thiepval Memorial.
Private Ralph Campbell; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private Thomas Charleton; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Lance Corporal John Chrisp; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial.
Private Henry George Clark; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish; 1 July; 38; Thiepval Memorial. Private William Farrow Douglas; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private John Dunn; Northumberland Fusiliers, 23rd (Service) Battalion (4th Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial.
Private Jonathan Chalder Hutchinson; Alexandra, Princess of Wales s Own (Yorkshire Regiment), 7th (Service) Battalion; 1 July; 29; Fricourt British Cemetery. Private John Stevenson Jobson; Northumberland Fusiliers, 24th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Irish); 1 July; 19; Thiepval Memorial. Private James Kerr; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 21; Ovillers Armyrats © Military Cemetery, Ovillers-la-Boisselle.
Lieutenant Walter Lamb; Northumberland Fusiliers, 22nd (Service) Battalion (3rd Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 26; Thiepval Memorial. Private Thomas Henry Lee; Northumberland Fusiliers, 23rd (Service) Battalion (4th Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 31; Thiepval Memorial. Private Thomas Henry Logan; Northumberland Fusiliers, 23rd (Service) Battalion (4th Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 32; Thiepval Memorial.
Private James Lothian; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private Thomas Lowther; Northumberland Fusiliers, 23rd (Service) Battalion (4th Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 42; Serre Road Cemetery No. 2, Beaumont-Hamel. Private Herbert Luke; Northumberland Fusiliers, 22nd (Service) Battalion (3rd Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 26; Thiepval Memorial.
Lance Corporal John Armstrong Macdonald; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private Robert Woodcock Mason; Northumberland Fusiliers, 22nd (Service) Battalion (3rd Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 21; Thiepval Memorial. Private Francis Alexander McGregor; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 37; Thiepval Memorial.
Private James F McTear; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private Thomas Miller; Durham Light Infantry, 15th (Service) Battalion; 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private Joseph Nicholson; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial.
Private John D Nisbet; Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th (Service) Battalion (1st Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private Robert Alexander Padley; Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment); 1 July; 22; Thiepval Memorial. Private Robert Blagburn Pattinson; Northumberland Fusiliers, 16th (Service) Battalion (Newcastle); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial.Private James William Pattison; Northumberland Fusiliers, 23rd (Service) Battalion (4th Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; 30; Thiepval Memorial.
Private Michael Philipson; Northumberland Fusiliers, 21st (Service) Battalion (2nd Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private George William Pilkington; Northumberland Fusiliers, 23rd (Service) Battalion (4th Tyneside Scottish); 1 July; As yet, unknown; Thiepval Memorial. Private William Drysdale Pringle; Northumberland Fusiliers, 25th (Service) Battalion (2nd Tyneside Irish); 1 July; As yet, unknown.
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A/40217 Private CHRISTENSEN 5th Bn. Canadian Infantry
Belgium: Hainaut GUNNERS FARM Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (2)
5948 Private BRYSON 9th Div. Coy. Army Cyclist Corps
5963 Lance Corporal DAVID MORRISON 9th Div. Coy. Army Cyclist Corps
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S/9664 Private GAVIN 8th Bn. Gordon Highlanders
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12966 Private SHEPHERD 7th Bn. Somerset Light Infantry
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402564 Private FRANCIS JOSEPH LYCETT Royal Canadian Regiment
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415580 Private AMOS JEFFERY 26th Bn. Canadian Infantry
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11802 Private CHARLES CLAYTON 7th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment
19332 Private CRANSHAW 12th Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
16422 Private FELTUS 1st Bn. King’s Shropshire Light Infantry
14601 Private LAWSON “C” Coy. 12th Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
8583 Private SPILSBURY 7th Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment
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6072 Private CROUCH 1st Bn. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
18450 Private ALEXANDER JOHN EMERY 7th Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment
7071 Serjeant THOMAS CHARLES LEAVY (D C M) 2nd Bn. Leinster Regiment
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4237 Private GIBSON 6th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
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56107 Private JOSEPH McNULTY “A” Coy. 19th Bn. Canadian Infantry
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15262 Private HALL 9th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
Belgium: West-Vlaanderen YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL (4)
23298 Private HARRY GILBY 1st Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
21091 Private WILLIAM KELSALL 10th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers
L/16540 Private FREDERICK LOVATT 4th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
13755 Private EATON ROGERS “D” Coy. 7th Bn. King’s Shropshire Light Infantry
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Sergeant DANIEL J. MacKENZIE 94th Regt. Canadian Militia
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316981 Gunner CLAUDE ERLAND SMITH 48th Bty. Canadian Field Artillery
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4852 Private RICHARD RYMER LEE 1st Regt. South African Infantry
Egypt: CAIRO WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY (1)
3561 Private ERNEST ALBERT MILLER 21st Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F. Egypt: HELIOPOLIS (PORT TEWFIK) MEMORIAL (1)
4003 Shoeing Smith SAHIB DIN Royal Horse and Field Artillery, Indian Army
Egypt: ISMAILIA WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY (2)
4/7 Sapper FREDERICK JAMES DE ROSE No. 2 Field Coy. New Zealand Engineers
3442 Private JOHN O’CONNOR 7th Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F.
Egypt: TEL EL KEBIR WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY (1)
3547 Private CHARLES HENRY CLARK 49th Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F.
France: Bouches-du-Rhone MAZARGUES WAR CEMETERY, MARSEILLES (1)
84 Follower KALAWAN Royal Horse and Field Artillery, Indian Army
France: Nord BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, NORD (3)
Lieutenant LAURENCE PERCIVAL KENNEDY GIBSON 19th Bn. Canadian Infantry
2176 Private McKAY Glasgow Yeomanry (Queen’s Own Royal)
457306 Corporal JOHN REA MORGAN 60th Bn. Canadian Infantry
France: Nord MERVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY (2)
19879 Private CORK 8th Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
14003 Private O’BRIEN 9th Bn. Welsh Regiment
France: Pas de Calais ARRAS MEMORIAL (2)
57054 Gunner ALBERT ARTHUR JONES 64th T.M. Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery
SPTS/2811 Private JACK HARRY VINCENT 20th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
France: Pas de Calais BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY (5)
18783 Private WILLIAM FOX 16th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
10160 Private JONES 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment
67502 2nd Corporal ROLPH 151st Field Coy. Royal Engineers
6506 Private SAUNDERS 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
14450 Bombardier ELLIS WOODLEY “C” Bty. 163rd Bde. Royal Field Artillery
France: Pas de Calais BEUVRY COMMUNAL CEMETERY (2)
10847 Private PARLE 1st Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
99 Private SMITH 18th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
France: Pas de Calais BIENVILLERS Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
10165 Corporal REYNOLDS 6th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment
France: Pas de Calais BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY (4)
2107 Private GEORGE BRAY 1st/8th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
L/31664 Gunner JOHN WILLIAM GEORGE HOGBEN “B” Bn. 179th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
5931 Private JOHN MILLAR SPENCE 1st Bn. Gordon Highlanders
29036 Private THOMAS WELCH 52nd Field Amb Royal Army Medical Corps
France: Pas de Calais BULLY-GRENAY COMMUNAL CEMETERY, FRENCH EXTENSION (1)
18013 Private PAYNE 13th Bn. Essex Regiment
France: Pas de Calais CABARET-ROUGE BRITISH CEMETERY, SOUCHEZ (1)
15/898 Private LLOYD 15th Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment
France: Pas de Calais CALAIS SOUTHERN CEMETERY (2)
1863 Private DWYER 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
5603 Private WELLARD 2nd Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
France: Pas de Calais DUD CORNER CEMETERY, LOOS (2)
18331 Private REILLY 12th Bn. Highland Light Infantry
240 Serjeant WARD 6th Bn. The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
France: Pas de Calais ETAPLES Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (2)
28313 Private HARRY HAYWOOD “C” Coy. 10th Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)
97035 Gunner RICHARD EVAN STEPHENS 112th Bty. 24th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
France: Pas de Calais FONCQUEVILLERS Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
1797 Private FIDLER 1st/7th Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment
France: Pas de Calais FOSSE 7 Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (QUALITY STREET), MAZINGARBE (1)
15157 Private HENTHORN 8th Bn. King’s Own Scottish Borderers
France: Pas de Calais LAPUGNOY Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (4)
G/1353 Private BARTHOLOMEW 2nd Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
579 Private JOHN ALEXANDER BLACK “C” Coy. 7th Bn. East Surrey Regiment
7494 Private BLACKMORE 7th Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers
G/11126 Lance Corporal HOWARD 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
France: Pas de Calais LILLERS COMMUNAL CEMETERY (2)
11079 Private BAGAN 1st Bn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Lieutenant RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN 8th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers
France: Pas de Calais LOOS BRITISH CEMETERY (1)
28018 Private POLLITT 1st Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
France: Pas de Calais LOOS MEMORIAL (27)
G/9660 Private GEORGE WILLIAM ARGENT 6th Bn. Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
18645 Private LAWRENCE CALCOTT 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
G/419 Private ARTHUR CANNON 6th Bn. The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
G/544 Private EDWIN CAUSER 6th Bn. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
11719 Private FRANK COBRING 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
16234 Private ARTHUR DELL 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
15647 Private HERBERT DICKMAN 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
1935 Private CHARLES ERNEST ELLISON 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
10452 Private ALBERT EDWARD EMMETT 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
16426 Private FRANK FISH 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
L/14626 Private WILLIAM GARRETT 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
12559 Private SAMUEL GEORGE GHEM 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
6649 Lance Corporal FREDERICK ROLAND GILES 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
16446 Private JOHN HOWELL 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
G/432 Private EDWARD HUGHES 6th Bn. Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
579 Private WALTER JOHNSON 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
13891 Serjeant SYDNEY JOSEPH JONES 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
5809 Private SIDNEY LEWIS 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
542 Private PHILIP LUCKETT 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
G/339 Private ALFRED LUCKIE 6th Bn. Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
G/838 Lance Corporal WILLIAM MOORE 6th Bn. Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
854 Private CHARLES PARKER 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
G/5096 Private JOHN ALFRED RANDLE 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment
18476 Private WILLIAM RAWLINS 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
11 Private JAMES ROBERTS 8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
10499 Private SIDNEY SMITH 7th Bn. East Surrey Regiment
89531 Pioneer LOUIS TANT 157th Field Coy. Royal Engineers
France: Pas de Calais MAROC BRITISH CEMETERY, GRENAY (1)
1195 Private LEWIS 6th Bn. Welsh Regiment
France: Pas de Calais RUE-PETILLON Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY, FLEURBAIX (1)
16930 Private COE 2nd Bn. Royal Berkshire Regiment
France: Pas de Calais SAILLY-SUR-LA-LYS CANADIAN CEMETERY (1)
23/1322 Private YOUNG 23rd (Tyneside Scottish) Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
France: Pas de Calais ST. PATRICK’S CEMETERY, LOOS (1)
4547 Rifleman WOLLEN 17th Bn. London Regiment
France: Pas de Calais ST. VAAST POST Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY, RICHEBOURG-L’AVOUE (2)
1740 Private FAULKNER 9th Bn. Welsh Regiment
17605 Private JOHN HETHERINGTON 7th Bn. South Lancashire Regiment
France: Pas de Calais VERMELLES BRITISH CEMETERY (3)
829 Private SIDNEY HERBERT MARTIN 6th Bn. The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
746 Private GEORGE WEBB 6th Bn. The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
9182 Private ROBERT WILLIAM WOOD 6th Bn. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
France: Seine-Maritime LE TREPORT Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
20272 Private BRAKER 7th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment
France: Seine-Maritime ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUEN (2)
1737 Private JOHN BESFORD Northumberland Hussars
121691 Sapper ROBERTS 183rd Tunnelling Coy. Royal Engineers
France: Seine-Maritime STE. MARIE CEMETERY, LE HAVRE (3)
4384 Private HENRY BRISTOW 4th Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment
A/44165 Private GORDON WILLIAM MANDERSON 14th Bn. Canadian Infantry
M2/106189 Lance Corporal WALTER GEORGE SUTCH 401st Mechanical Transport Coy. Army Service Corps
France: Somme ABBEVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY (2)
21016 Private JAMES BELL 7th Bn. King’s Own Scottish Borderers
20068 Private LEWIS WATKIN DAVIES 10th Bn. South Wales Borderers
France: Somme ALBERT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION (1)
20558 Private HARDY 19th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers
France: Somme BEAUVAL COMMUNAL CEMETERY (1)
S/8363 Private CLEMENTS 1st Bn. Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)
France: Somme BECOURT Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY, BECORDEL-BECOURT (3)
13681 Lance Corporal JOHN CHERRY 11th Bn. Border Regiment
15335 Private JAMES ELLIOT 11th Bn. Border Regiment
3/9817 Private MALONEY 2nd Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
France: Somme CARNOY Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (2)
18225 Private FURNELL 7th Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment
2830 Private MANSFIELD 12th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
France: Somme CERISY-GAILLY Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (2)
22022 Private BOWLER 20th Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
22120 Private CHARLES HENRY HOUSDEN 20th Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
France: Somme CORBIE COMMUNAL CEMETERY (1)
23889 Private JOHN ALEXANDER BENNETT 20th Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
France: Somme DOULLENS COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION NO.1 (1)
16809 Private MANNELL 1st Bn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry
France: Somme HAMEL Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY, BEAUMONT-HAMEL (1)
18860 Lance Corporal SAMUEL BEATTIE 12th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles
France: Somme POINT 110 NEW Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY, FRICOURT (1)
21028 Private THOMAS ROBERTS 1st Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
France: Somme SUZANNE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION (3)
10122 Serjeant GILL 18th Bn. Manchester Regiment
10128 Private GODDARD 18th Bn. Manchester Regiment
10174 Private RICHARD LANCASTER “B” Coy. 18th Bn. Manchester Regiment
France: Somme THIEPVAL MEMORIAL (1)
2042 Lance Corporal BEN HANSON 1st/5th Bn. Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment)
Greece: DOIRAN MEMORIAL (1)
19900 Private JAMES WILLIAM LAVEY 10th Bn. Hampshire Regiment
Greece: SALONIKA (LEMBET ROAD) Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
M2/052611 Private ALFRED ARTHUR WRIGHT 245th Mechanical Transport Coy. Army Service Corps
India: DELHI WAR CEMETERY (1)
Sub-Conductor THOMAS FREDERICK CHARLES HORSEY Indian Miscellaneous List
India: FEROZEPORE Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
Staff Serjeant EDWARDS Indian Ordnance Department
Iraq: BASRA MEMORIAL (28)
Follower ACHAR 2nd Bn. 7th Gurkha Rifles
Mhow/385 Follower AHMAD ALI Supply and Transport Corps
RT/440 Follower AMIR ZAMAN (Rawalpindi). 1st Porter Corps. Indian Labour Corps
1946 Rifleman AMRITE RAI 2nd Bn. 7th Gurkha Rifles
2622 Sepoy BAHRAM KHAN 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force)
Follower BANWARIA 2nd Bn. 7th Gurkha Rifles
2695 Sepoy BHATTI KHAN 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force)
Jullunder/234 Follower CHISYA Supply and Transport Corps
1895 Lance Naik DALSOR LIMBU 2nd Bn. 7th Gurkha Rifles
3862 Sowar DES RAM 7th Hariana Lancers
17109 Follower ISMAIL Indian Royal Artillery
2374 Rifleman KAHARSING LIMBU 2nd Bn. 7th Gurkha Rifles
4647 Sepoy KHADIM KHAN 24th Punjabis
4650 Sepoy KHUMA RAWAT 119th Indian Infantry (Mooltan Regiment)
2580 Private KUSHAJI PARAB 1st Bn. 103rd Mahratta Light Infantry
2465 Rifleman LAL KHAN 104th Wellesley’s Rifles
2448 Rifleman MANBIR RAI 2nd Bn. 7th Gurkha Rifles
1999 Sepoy MEHAR SINGH 1st Bn. 48th Indian Pioneers
Quetta/1381 Driver MEHR ALI 14th. Mule Corps
Second Lieutenant MALCOLM MORHAM (Mentioned in Despatches) Indian Army Reserve of Officers
Follower MUNSHI 1st Bn. 22nd Punjabis
41 Artisan NANAK CHAND 30th. Mule Corps
1864 Sepoy NIZAMUDDIN 120th Rajputana Infantry
2426 Bugler NUR HUSAIN 104th Wellesley’s Rifles
1588 Driver PAINDA KHAN “C” Transport Depot Supply and Transport Corps
1388 Driver PAINDA KHAN 15th. Mule Corps
1464 Labourer SRI RAM 2nd Coy. Indian Labour Corps
Rawalpindi/4 Naik SUNDAR ALI 1st Porter Corps. Indian Labour Corps
Iraq: BASRA WAR CEMETERY (1)
3035 Private JONES 7th Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment
Ireland, Republic of: County Donegal BALLYBRACK (ST. MARY) CATHOLIC CHURCHYARD (1)
T4/161298 Driver HUGH McHUGH Army Service Corps
Ireland, Republic of: County Limerick LIMERICK (ST. PATRICK’S) GRAVEYARD (1)
4394 Private MICHAEL DOWNES Depot Royal Munster Fusiliers
Kenya: NAIROBI BRITISH AND INDIAN MEMORIAL (1)
223 Sepoy ARJAN SINGH Jind Infantry
United Kingdom: Aberdeenshire ABERDEEN (TRINITY) CEMETERY (1)
3/7166 Private WILLIAM WARNER “A” Coy. 3rd Bn. Gordon Highlanders
United Kingdom: Aberdeenshire PETERHEAD OLD CHURCHYARD (1)
2624 Private ROBSON 5th Bn. Gordon Highlanders
United Kingdom: Berkshire SHAW CEMETERY, NEWBURY (1)
15928 Private BRICE BEW “D” Coy. 5th Bn. Royal Berkshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Carmarthenshire LLANGUNNOR (ST. CYNWR) CHURCHYARD (1)
SE/14561 Private DAVID JONES Army Veterinary Corps
United Kingdom: Channel Islands ST. HELIER (ALMORAH) CEMETERY, JERSEY (1)
10492 Private WRIGHT 4th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment
United Kingdom: County Down DONAGHMORE (ST. BARTHOLOMEW) CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD (1)
142506 Sapper HENRY MARSHALL Signal Depot (Haynes Park) Royal Engineers
United Kingdom: County Londonderry LONDONDERRY (OR DERRY) CITY CEMETERY (1)
24979 Private LESTER 3rd Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
United Kingdom: Devon PLYMOUTH (EFFORD) CEMETERY (1)
23860 Private HOCKING 10th Bn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry
United Kingdom: Devon PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL (2)
Lieutenant PERCIVAL THOMSON EDWARD JEFFERS H.M.T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Naval Reserve
J/39687 Boy Telegraphist NORMAN MELLOR H.M. T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Dorset MELCOMBE REGIS CEMETERY (1)
19891 Private NICHOLLS 3rd Bn. Wiltshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Durham HARTLEPOOL WEST VIEW CEMETERY (1)
T4/123924 Driver GEORGE HENRY LAVERICK 51st Reserve Park Army Service Corps
United Kingdom: Edinburgh EDINBURGH (COMELY BANK) CEMETERY (1)
2425 Private CAMPBELL 2nd/5th Bn. Highland Light Infantry
United Kingdom: Edinburgh EDINBURGH (WARRISTON) CEMETERY (2)
3743 Lance Corporal JAMES MacNAUGHTON 1st Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers
27355 Private MANSON 18th Bn. Royal Scots
United Kingdom: Essex GREAT BENTLEY (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD (1)
3833 Private WILLIAM HENRY HILES 5th Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment
United Kingdom: Glasgow GLASGOW (CRAIGTON) CEMETERY (1)
4955/DA Deck Hand JAMES CATHCART H.M. Drifter “Craigmin.” Royal Naval Reserve
United Kingdom: Glasgow GLASGOW (ST. KENTIGERN’S) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY (1)
219981 Able Seaman JOHN CHARTERS YOUNG (RFR/CH/B/8283). H.M. Torpedo Boat “No. 11.” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Hampshire NETLEY Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
15604 Quartermaster Serjeant PATTISON 23rd Reserve Bty. Royal Field Artillery
United Kingdom: Hampshire PORTSMOUTH (KINGSTON) CEMETERY (1)
2617 Private EDWARD JOHN SHARP 6th Bn. Hampshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Hampshire PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL (2)
6355A Seaman ADAM HARKESS H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Naval Reserve
Gunner AMBROSE FRANCIS ORGAN H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Kent CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL (37)
236349 Able Seaman JOHN ARCHBOLD H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
K/12521 Leading Stoker EDGAR BARTHOLOMEW H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
SS/110851 Stoker 1st Class ERNEST BLUNTACK H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
J/7798 Able Seaman WILLIAM ALFRED LINDSAY BODKIN H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
SS/1391 Able Seaman ALFRED BOLT (RFR/CH/B/7583), H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
J/10367 Able Seaman STANLEY GEORGE BRADLEY H.M. T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
K/25566 Stoker 2nd Class SYDNEY BRADLEY H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
199115 Able Seaman JOHN DYBALL BRUNSON H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
K/23243 Stoker 1st Class ALBERT CHARLES CRITTENDEN H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
K/9746 Stoker 1st Class WALTER SHAW DUFF H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
SS/109134 Stoker 1st Class TERENCE FAGAN H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
K/14618 Stoker 1st Class HERBERT ROBERT HODGSON H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
212271 Able Seaman JOHN HOWARD H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
K/6295 Leading Stoker WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER JACKSON H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
K/17588 Stoker 1st Class WALTER THOMAS WILLIAM JARMAIN H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
238544 Able Seaman GEORGE HENRY THOMAS KEECH H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
360881 Leading Seaman FREDERICK MAURICE LAYCOCK H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
M/1294 Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class THOMAS LLOYD H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
K/27820 Stoker 2nd Class PETER MACKINTOSH H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
280600 Stoker 1st Class HERBERT MEEKINS H.M.T.B. “No.11.” Royal Navy
Engineer Lieutenant JOHN MURRAY H.M.T.B. “No. 11” Royal Navy
171647 Petty Officer 1st Class WILLIAM JOHN THOMAS PARSONS H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
SS/109152 Stoker 1st Class WILLIAM HENRY CHARLES PECKHAM H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
J/2937 Able Seaman HENRY RIDGWELL H.M. T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Navy
268201 Chief Engine Room Artificer 1st Class CHARLES RIPLEY H.M.T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Navy
229136 Leading Seaman WILLIAM PERCY ROBINSON H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
285126 Stoker 1st Class JOHN SALMON (RFR/CH/B/5747). H M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
Lieutenant VERE SEYMOUR H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Naval Reserve
K/11032 Stoker 1st Class WALTER GEORGE SINTON H.M.T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Navy
238881 Leading Seaman CORNELIUS SMITH H.M.T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Navy
M/5222 Cook’s Mate WILLIAM RICHARD SOUTHEN H.M.T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Navy
3574B Seaman FRED SPOONER H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Naval Reserve
K/13774 Stoker 1st Class GEORGE WILLIAM STURGEON H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
K/832 Leading Stoker JOSEPH EBENEZER TURFERY H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
180665 Petty Officer FREDERICK BIRKETT TURGOOSE H.M.T.B. “No. 11.” Royal Navy
297698 Stoker 1st Class GORDON WILKIN H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
232188 Leading Signalman THOMAS CHARLES WILLCOX H.M.S. “Coquette.” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Kent FORT PITT Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
G/13671 Private WILLIAM ERNEST GREENAWAY 6th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
United Kingdom: Kent GILLINGHAM (WOODLANDS) CEMETERY, KENT (1)
7364 Leading Signalman FRANK BAYLEY H.M.A.S. Melbourne Royal Australian Navy
United Kingdom: Lancashire BOLTON (TONGE) CEMETERY (1)
6904 Private HOGAN 2nd Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers
United Kingdom: Lancashire DARWEN CEMETERY (1)
13239 Private ECCLES 11th Bn. King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)
United Kingdom: Lancashire MANCHESTER (GORTON) CEMETERY (1)
178139 Able Seaman WILLIAM FRANCIS WILSON H.M. “T.B. II” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Lancashire PRESCOT (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD (1)
26151 Private ERNEST TAYLOR 21st Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
United Kingdom: London CHARLTON CEMETERY, GREENWICH (1)
82684 Fitter PORTER Royal Field Artillery
United Kingdom: London KENSAL GREEN (ALL SOULS’) CEMETERY (1)
238704 Able Seaman FREDERICK CHARLES SCOTT H.M.T.”B.II”. Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Middlesex SOUTHALL (HAVELOCK) CEMETERY (1)
3854 Rifleman FRANCIS JESSE BRISTOW 5th Bn. London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade)
United Kingdom: Middlesex ST. PANCRAS CEMETERY (1)
123063 Gunner BENNETT No. 4 Depot Royal Field Artillery
United Kingdom: Middlesex WEMBLEY OLD BURIAL GROUND (1)
8702 Private HAROLD GURTH LOVEDAY 1st Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Monmouthshire NEWPORT (ST. WOOLOS) CEMETERY (1)
387 Private COLLINS 18th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
United Kingdom: Moray DUFFUS CEMETERY (1)
Skipper DANIEL YOUNG H.M. Trawler “Internos.” Royal Naval Reserve
United Kingdom: Norfolk CROMER NO.2 BURIAL GROUND (1)
3032 Private JOHN PENDLEBURY 2nd/1st Montgomeryshire Yeomanry
United Kingdom: Northamptonshire WELLINGBOROUGH (LONDON ROAD) CEMETERY (1)
23168 Private THOMAS PENLLWYN JAMES 3rd Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Nottinghamshire KIRKBY-IN-ASHFIELD (ST. WILFRID) CHURCHYARD EXTENSION (1)
4118 Private WILLIAM HENRY TIMMS 3rd/5th Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment
United Kingdom: Oxfordshire ASTON (ST. JAMES THE GREAT) CHURCHYARD (1)
495 Bombardier WILLIAM STEPHEN BROGDEN 132nd Heavy Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery
United Kingdom: Renfrewshire CATHCART CEMETERY (1)
14864 Private ARTHUR GARLAND Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
United Kingdom: Ross and Cromarty CROMARTY CEMETERY (1)
3/6035 Private CLARK 3rd Bn. Cameron Highlanders
United Kingdom: Surrey BROOKWOOD (UNITED KINGDOM 1914-1918) MEMORIAL (1)
RMA/10001 Gunner JOSEPH PATRICK DEEHAN Royal Marine Artillery
United Kingdom: Surrey BROOKWOOD CEMETERY (1)
28771 Private DOGGETT 18th Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)
United Kingdom: Westmorland KIRKBY STEPHEN CEMETERY (1)
K/30537 Stoker 2nd Class HORSFIELD H.M.S. “Victory.” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Wiltshire CHISELDON CEMETERY (1)
19604 Private CHARLES BARRON 16th Bn. Hampshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Wiltshire TROWBRIDGE CEMETERY (1)
3626 Private HENRY JAMES BETHELL 4th Bn; Wiltshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Worcestershire BROMSGROVE CEMETERY (1)
4363 Private COLLEY Worcestershire Regiment
United Kingdom: Yorkshire DONCASTER (HYDE PARK) CEMETERY (1)
22261 Private TATE 10th Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
United Kingdom: Yorkshire KEIGHLEY (UTLEY) CEMETERY (1)
2846 Private WOOD 2nd/6th Bn. Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment)
United Kingdom: Yorkshire LEEDS (HOLBECK) CEMETERY (1)
4724 Rifleman GEORGE ROBINSON 1st/7th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
United Kingdom: Yorkshire RIPON CEMETERY (1)
3499 Private FORBES 3rd/5th Bn. Gordon Highlanders
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