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279A Private

Theo Varian

51st Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

06/05/1918, aged 32.

 

Remembered by his great, great, great nephew, Captain Colin Varian

 

"We understand the sacrifice"

 

Pernois British Cemetery

 

 

16687 Lance Corporal

Charles James Vaughan

1st Bn. Leicestershire Regiment

15/09/1916.

 

Remembered by great nephew Owen Vaughan

youngest son of Daniel and Rachel Vaughan nee’ Saunders of Hemel Hempstead. Charles born in 1895 was baptized at Redbourne, Hertfordshire 11 May 1900. Employed as a Carter before enlisting.

Thiepval Memorial

 

43572 Private

Edward Vear

1st Bn. Sherwood Foresters

(Notts & Derby Regiment)

21/10/1916

 

Remembered by Mrs Josephine Redhead (nee Dinsdale) - granddaughter off Private Edward Vear (my mother was his only daughter) and Miss Elizabeth Redhead - great granddaughter off Private Edward Vear

 

Thiepval Memorial

 

 

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690 Corporal

Albert George Walker

40th Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

12/10/1917, aged 20.

 

Remembered by great nephew, Shane Walker

 

Tyne Cot Cemetery

 

 

2624 Private

David Meadowcraft Wallwork

2nd Bn. Manchester Regiment

10/07/1916, aged 36.

Remembered With Pride by his nephew Richard Wallwork & Family.

 

Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery Extension

 

 

3/10098 Private

Horace Thomas Ward

1st Bn. Suffolk Regiment

08/05/1915 aged 33.

 

Husband of Louisa Gertrude Ward of Halesworth, Suffolk.

Remembered with honour by Matthew Abel

Menin Gate Memorial

 

 

 

6765 Private

Peter Ward

2nd Bn., The Scottish Rifles ( Cameronians)

25th September 1915 aged 38.

 

 

 

Remembered by his Great Grandson Darryl Porrino

 

 

 

 

Loos Memorial

 

 

4952 Private

George Weddell

8th Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

08/03/1916, aged 36.

 

The inscription on his headstone, placed by his wife, reads:

"A Loving father & Husband both true and kind. No friend on earth like thee we find."

 

Remembered by his granddaughter Veronica Joy Graham (nee Weddell)

 

Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

50153 Private

William Edward Wells

11th Bn. Essex Regiment

30/10/1918, aged 24.

 

Son of Harold Hickton Wells and Sarah Jane Wells, of Pleasley, Mansfield; husband of Mary Wells, of 15, Sherwood St., Warsop, Mansfield, Notts and father of William Edward, born a month before his father's death.

 

Remembered with love by the Wells family, Nottinghamshire

 

St. Sever Cemetery Extension

 

21085 Private

Henry Wetherill

"D" Coy. 7th Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

29/03/1916, aged 20.

 

Son of Mary G. Wetherill, of 2, Church Lane, Tinsley, Sheffield, and the late Albert Wetherill.

 

Remembered by great niece Lisa Davis

 

Bard Cottage Cemetery

 

 

Lieutenant

Alexander Deuchar Hudson White

48th Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

18/09/1918.

 

Beloved 1st Son of John Thomas & Agnes White and Cousin of Roger D. Leupold.

 

Remembered by Roger Leupold, cousin

La Chapelette British and Indian Cemetery

 

 

7/1816 Lance Corporal

John Cyril White

4th Bn. New Zealand Machine Gun Regiment

07/06/1917, aged 26.

 

Native of Queenscliff, Victoria, Australia, beloved Son of John Thomas & Agnes White and Cousin of Roger D. Leupold.

 

Remembered by Roger Leupold, cousin

 

Wulverghem-Lindenhoek Road Cemetery

 

 

 

1601154 Corporal

Oswald Victor Whittingham

8th Bn. Royal Fusiliers

(City of London Regiment)

06/09/1944, aged 24.

 

Remembered by nephew, John Reynolds

 

 

 

Montecchio War Cemetery

 

 

62939 Private

Victor Arthur Wightman

7th Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

30/4/1918, aged 19.

 

Son of Robert Arthur and Alice Wightman of Thornham Magna.

 

Remembered with honour by Pamela Wightman

 

Heath Cemetery

 

 

28889 Private

John Williamson

2nd Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

13/05/1918, aged 24.

Son of John and Mary Jane Williamson, Londonderry. Husband of C. Lee (formerly Williamson), 22, Emerson Street, Waterside, Londonderry. Brother of Mary McCready, 8, Pine Street, Waterside, Londonderry.

Private John Williamson was a member of Waterside Presbyterian Church, Londonderry.

Remembered by great nephew Patrick Williamson

Potijze Chateau Wood Cemetery

 

 

 

 

15336 Serjeant

Henry Noah Wilson, MM

2nd Bn. Middlesex Regiment

16/10/1918, aged 35.

 

Son of Louisa E. Wilson, of 42, Rangemoor Rd. Tottenham, London.

 

Remembered by Brenda Keer

 

Duisans British Cemetery

 

 

184104 Private

Roger Wilson

31st Bn. Canadian Infantry (Alberta Regiment)

09/04/1917, aged 21.

 

Remembered by great niece Danielle Wilson and family

 

Ecoivres Military Cemetery

 

 

2794 Private

 William Wilson

1st/7th Highland Light Infantry

 14/08/1916 aged 22.

Remembered with pride and honour from his niece Christina Derry (nee Wilson) and great nephew Robert Derry.

 

 

 

 

R/40618 Rifleman

William Windsor

7th Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps.

25/05/1918.

 

Remembered by his granddaughter Pamela and family.

 

Annois Communal Cemetery

 

 

 

270045 Company Quartermaster Serjeant

Philip Wolsey

10th (Royal East Kent & West Kent Yeomanry Bn.)

The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

08/11/1918, aged 29.

 

Son of William Edward and Margaret Ethel Wolsey, of 19, Limes Rd., Folkestone. Born at South Shields.

 

Remembered by Rowena Bennett

 

Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension

 

         

 

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