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S/16922 Lance Corporal

William Innes

5th Bn. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders

25/04/1918, aged 19.

 

"Never forgotten"

 

Remembered with honour by great nephew, John Green.

 

Tyne Cot Memorial

 

 

 

 

9810 Private

George Henry Johnson

1st Bn. Essex Regiment

06/05/1915.

 

 

Remembered by Richard Johnson

 

 

Helles Memorial

 

92253 Private

George Raymond Juckes

Royal Army Medical Corps

16/06/1918.

 

"Not Forgotten"

 

The Joiner, Meyer & Williams Families

George was born in 1895 at Shifnal, Shropshire to Charles and Emma Jane [nee Jervis] Juckes His occupation in 1911 is a shop assistant but enlisted in Chester 2nd November 1914 aged 19. On enlistment he was sent to the Welsh Border Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance, as a private, number 92253. Then on 11th March 1916, George was attached to the 2nd Shropshire Yeomanry on’ water duties’ until he re-joined R.A.M.C, less than a year later. George was then posted to the R.A.M.C training centre, Blackpool with his regiment. On 20th April 1917 the unit proceeded overseas to 39th Stationary Hospital. He then joined [Basewetsils?] in Rouen on 14th November 1917. On 21st November posted to [ lulblefld?] and joined 2/2 Northumberland Field Ambulance. On active duty until reported missing on 25th May 1918.

The War office was informed of his whereabouts by the Germans. George must have been captured after being wounded and ended up in a Prisoner of War in a war hospital at Montcornet, France. George died from gunshot wounds, to the thigh and below knee on 16th June 1918. George was only 23 when he died. He is buried in the Montcornet Military Cemetery, grave 330. George was awarded the British War Medal and the Victory Medal for his services.

(The bracketed and underlined words are illegible on the war office paperwork, courtesy of The National Archives, UK. )

Montcornet Military Cemetery

 

 

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4/993 Sapper

Samuel Clarence Kennedy

New Zealand Engineers

20th September 1916, aged 25.

Plot II. C. 34.

 

Son of Samuel and Sarah Kennedy, of Christchurch, New Zealand.

 

"An ANZAC soldier who gave his life in a far away country so we might have life and freedom for generations to come".

 

Proudly dedicated by his great nephew Raoul Collings of Auckland, New Zealand.

Dartmoor Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

7393 Private

George Kerkhoff

1st Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment

25/04/1915, aged 34.

 

Husband of Eliza Kerkhoff and father of George Kerkhoff & Kathleen Kerkhoff  of Birmingham

 

Remembered by third cousin, John Savage

 

Menin Gate Memorial

 

 

7899 Private

William Thomas Kerkhoff

1st Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers

01/09/1916, aged 30.

 

Son of Thomas and France Kerkhoff of Birmingham.

 

Remembered by Second Cousin, John Savage

 

Baghdad North Gate War Cemetery

 

 

 

 

4056 Private

Joseph Lawer

15th Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

24/09/1917, aged 20.

 

Remembered with Honour by Jan Munro

 

 

Menin Gate Memorial

 

43159 Private

James Lawson

6th Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment

03/04/1918, aged 29.

 

Remembered by great niece, Amanda L. Rose.

 

Pozieres Memorial

 

 

7943 Private

Richard Alfred Lees

1st Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment

26th October 1914, aged 25.

Panel 35 and 37.

 

Son of Henry and Christina Lees, of 8, Parkhill Rd., Smethwick, Staffs.

 

"Let those who come after see to it that his name be not forgotton"

Remembered with warmth, love and pride his Great Niece Mrs Kate Nolan and family.

 

Menin Gate Memorial

 

 

 

2/2667 Gunner

Vernard Clifton Liddell

15th Heavy Battery

New Zealand Field Artillery

24/04/1918, aged 24.

 

Remembered by The Patersons of New Zealand

 

Son of James and Kate Liddell, of Palmerston North, New Zealand.

 

Louvencourt Military Cemetery

 

 

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Gunner 303509

Harry Joseph MacDonald

4th Bty. Canadian Garrison Artillery

02/02/1919, aged 21.

 

Son of Mrs. G. M. MacDonald, of 47, Rock St., Saint John, New Brunswick.

 

Remembered by Debra Carr

 

Mons Communal Cemetery

 

 

22151 Private

Thomas Marsh

10th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers

06/07/1916.

 

Remembered by granddaughter Lorraine Ward

 

Gordon Dump Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

9705 Private

Sidney Mason

1st Bn., Bedfordshire Regiment

9th August 1916.

Plot III. A. 16.

He embarked to France on 16th August 1914 and he died of his wounds on 9th August 1916.

Remembered by Gary Storrie (3x great cousin to Sidney).

Heilly Station

Private 2765

William Manton

Unit: 1st/4th Bn King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry,

killed 2nd Aug, 1915 Age 28 yrs,

Area: leper West-Vlaanderen 

Grave Ref: ll.E.14

 

Husband of Elizabeth Anderson (formerly Manton), of 44 Duke of York Avenue, Manygates Lane,Sandal, Wakefield.

Remembered with honour

by his wife Elizabeth (Lizie), his granddaughter Lesley, also my family, Neil, Karen, Claire, Adam, Dannielle, Samantha, and Jamie Anderson, also my father William Anderson named after such a brave man:

To a brave man, never to be forgotten, your name will be honoured and remembered forever:

 

R.I.P

GOD BLESS YOU

Remembered by Neil Anderson

 

G/10041 Private

William Alfred Martin

7th Bn. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

21/03/1918, aged 24.

 

Son of Alfred John and Grace Amelia Martin, of 7 Devonshire Cottages, London Rd., Stone, Kent.

 

Remembered by Jessica Martini

 

Chauny Communal Cemetery British Extension

 

 

2985855 Private

David McClive

7th Bn. Arygll and Sutherland Highlanders

13/05/1942, aged 23.

 

"Gone but not forgotten"

 

Remembered by

Peter Wilson

Imphal War Cemetery

 

 

 

 

8176 Lance Corporal

John McClive

2nd Bn. Highland Light Infantry

05/10/1918, aged 24.

 

"Gone but not forgotten"

 

Remembered by

 Peter Wilson

 

Noyelles-sur- l 'Escaut Communal Cemetery Extension

 

201204 Private
William Robert McCullagh
1st Bn.  Somerset Light Infantry
29/03/1918.

Remembered with honour
By his great great grandson

Arras Memorial

 

 

22050 Private

Patrick McDowell

6th Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers

27/08/1915, aged 31.

 

Remembered by Pearce Manning

 

Green Hill Cemetery, Gallipoli

 

 

M1/08138 Private

James McGinley

3rd Cav. Division

Army Service Corps.

07/06/1915. aged 21.

 

Son of Patrick and Mary McGinley, of 19, North Elgin St., Clydebank, Glasgow.

 

Remembered by niece, Joan Sannachan

 

Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery

 

 

 

S/40275 Private

Isaac McKellar

7th Bn. Seaforth Highlanders

30/12/1917, aged 20.

 

Remembered by his great, great nephew, Gary Moloney

 

 

 

Fins New British Cemetery

 

 

2326 Rifleman

John Joseph Meehan

1st Bn. Royal Irish Rifles

1st July 1916, aged 20.

Pier and Face 15 A and 15 B.

 

Son of Charles Henry and Catherine Meehan, of 17, King's Avenue, Ballybough Rd., Dublin.

Remembered by his Great niece Susan Stone

Thiepval Memorial

 

 

61230 Private

Thomas W. Miatt

1st Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

14/04/1918, aged 19.

Son of Christopher and Mary Amelia Miatt. Beloved brother of Dora Catherine Miatt (Looms)

Remembered by Suzanne Looms

 

Meteren Military Cemetery

 

 

 

 

41137 Private

William Middleton

9th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment

29/03/1919, aged 36.

 

Son of William and Mary Ann Middleton, of 68, Stoney Rock Lane, Leeds.
 

Remembered with honour by great grand nephew Mike Cave and family

Leeds (Harehills) Cemetery

 

 

S/40468 Private

Charles Miles

5th Bn. Cameron Highlanders

03/05/1917, aged 24.

 

Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miles, of West View, Brierley, Barnsley.

 

Remembered by his nephew, John Miles

 

Arras Memorial

 

 

 

 

 

3969840 Private

Thomas Stanley Miller

Welch Regiment

15/09/1940, aged 23.

 

Son of Joseph Miller of Bromley, Kent

Remembered with honour by Matthew Abel

St. Albans (Hatfield Road) Cemetery

 

16595 Private

Thomas Hugh Milne

9th Bn. King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)

14/10/1915.

 

Remembered with honour by Barry Hubbard

 

Heath Cemetery

 

 

SP/2103 Serjeant

Charles Alexander Mitchell

24th Bn. Royal Fusiliers

30th April 1917, aged 29.

Bay 3.

 

Remembered by his great niece Gail Kavanagh

Arras Memorial

 

 

940 Private

Robert Benjamin Moffat

2nd Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

28/07/1915.

 

Enlisted on 18th August 1914 in Sydney. He was married  and had a family. A month after his death, Robert's eldest son, Mervyn Francis Moffat enlisted.

 

Remembered by Betty Smeulders

 

Lone Pine Cemetery

 

 

 

 

15287 Lance Corporal

Alfred James Moffatt

7th/8th Bn., King's Own Scottish Borderers

30/06/1918 aged 23.

 

Son of Mr & Mrs Robert Moffatt, of Carlisle, Cumberland

 

Remembered by Glynis Tuke

 

 

Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension

 

 

241240 Private

Thomas William Moffatt

1st/5th Bn., King's Own Scottish Borderers

26/04/1917 aged 30.

 

Son of Mr & Mrs Robert Moffatt, of Carlisle, Cumberland

 

Remembered by Glynis Tuke

 

 

Kantara War Memorial Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

82685 Private

Arthur Benjamin Moreby

2nd/2nd Bn.  London Regiment, Royal Fusiliers

Formerly 13604 Middlesex Regt.

10/09/1918.

 

Remembered by great nieces Ann Barker, Gillian Wade, Bernadette McKenzie and Theresa Joy

 

Epehy Wood Farm Cemetery

 

253073 Private

Maurice Edward Alexander Morgan

3rd Bn. London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)

16/12/1917.

 

Remembered by nephew Maurice and Valerie Morgan

 

Roclincourt Military Cemetery

 

 

52355 Private

John Castle Morton

Auckland Regiment,  N. Z. E. F.

19/04/1918, aged 33.

 

Son of Clara and the late W.H. Morton Savage Rd , Waihi, Auckland. NZ.

 

Remembered by Brian Coventry, great nephew

 

 

 

 

8/3367 Private

Percy William Morton

1st Bn. Otago Regiment, N. Z. E. F.

27/09/1916, aged 25.

 

Son of Clara and the late W.H. Morton Savage Rd , Waihi, Auckland. NZ.

 

Remembered by Brian Coventry, great nephew

 

Quarry Cemetery, Montauban

 

11358 Private

James Moss

2nd Bn. Irish Guards

27/11/1917.

 

Son of Patrick & Anne Moss,

Tullycar, Castlederg, County Tyrone. Ireland

 

Remembered by Great-nephew, Patrick Moss

 

Anneux British Cemetery

 

 

6409824 Fusilier

James Murphy

Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

16/10/1945 aged 33.

 

Son of Patrick and Mary Murphy; husband of Frances Mary Murphy, of North Bray.

 

Remembered by Grand Daughter, Donna Waldron

 

Little Bray (St. Peter's) Catholic Cemetery, Dublin

 

 

 

 

 

13386 Corporal

Patrick Murphy

48th Brigade, 9th Bn., Royal Dublin Fusiliers

09/09/1916 aged 42.

 

Husband of Mary Murphy, of 13, Dargan St., Bray, Co. Wicklow.

 

Remembered by Great Grand Daughter, Donna Waldron

 

Terlincthun British Cemetery

 

 

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