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10th DLI


This is a work in progress. Information compiled by David Yeoman.

This collation of historical military records was inspired through research into my late Great Grandfather, 53008 PTE Wilfred Lomas who was killed with 'A' Coy near Virile Farm, Poelcappelle Ypres on 16/12/1917, aged 40. I wondered how many of the Battalion had been killed during the war, so I wrote to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and I asked if they had a list of all the soldiers killed in action serving in the 10th Battalion 1915 - 1918 and they supplied me a spreadsheet which contained details of the 742 killed, a further 70 died after the Battalion disbanded in February 1918 to war's end. I found it saddening to find that 204 of those originally listed had information missing such as forenames. I started further research to see if I could find those details, and this is where it suddenly grew as I had the idea to try and find the names of all those that served with the 10th Battalion during this period.  I now have a list of nearly 1600 names and wish to further increase the details collated so far, so if you can assist in adding any additional information or corrections, please contact me at david.yeoman6@bigpond.com 

Please note that all information is not shown but feedback on how I can improved the site is welcome.

Thank you David

Name Rank Coy Service no Died Sources/Info Citations Secondary Regiment Resident / Nok

Achillies,

Thomas

L/Cpl "A" 10399    

Citation: He has served continuously from the 21st May, 1915. On several occasions, notably at Guedecourt, 16th September, 1916, and near Wancourt, 11th April, 1917, he displayed great gallantry in obtaining and carry stretchers or bandaging wounded under heavy shelling.

Wound report 29/10/1916DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MID?

 

 

Adams,

William

L/Cpl "B" 20421    

Citation: Maybe William Henry Peregrine - Ex London County Council (Education Officer's Department; Central Administration Staff).

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Adams,

James Davidson

 

Pte   12316 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Son of Mr. and Mrs Adams, of Linlithgow Bridge, Linlithgow, West Lothian; husband of Mrs. I. Robson (formerly Adams), of 34, Henry St., New Seaham Colliery, Co. Durham.

Born: Linlithgow, Edinburgh

Adams,

Frank

Pte "D" 3/26076 05/02/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres Reservoir Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Shepherd's Bush

Adamson,

Lawrence

Pte   201332 22/08/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Perth Cemetery (China Wall)

 

 

Sheffield,

Born: Hallam, Sheffield

Adamson,

George

Pte   42614 16/09/1916 CWGC

Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Sunderland

Born: Killaby, Durham

Addison,

James

Pte "D" 8363    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Sunderland

Adie,

George Carl

2/Lt "A"   22/08/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Zantvoorde British Cemetery

 

 

Son of George and Adeline Adie, of 36, Elmfield Rd., Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. L.D.S.

Ainsley,

Robert

L/Cpl "A" 21468    

Wound report 05/06/1916 DT06061916 (DLI)

Wound report 31/09/1918 DT14091916

Gunshot wound, leg left, 1st New Zealand Field Ambulance, 500 units Anti-Tetanus serum given. No. 25 Ambulance Train. (DLI)

Wound report 12/11/1917 NLS 1917_Wlist16 as Manchester Regiment PTE 44914

Wound report 04/10/1918 NLS 1918_WList62 as Manchester Regiment PTE 44914

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Manchester Regiment

PTE 44914

Hartlepool

Aitchison,

James

Pte "C" 11889 26/02/1918 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: Dunkirk Town Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Galashields, Roxburghs

Aitmen,

Thomas

Pte "C" 8314    

Not previously announced as Wounded Report 29/09/1914 DT04111914

Admitted to 2nd Scottish General Hospital, Edinburgh.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Alderson,

George

George Alderson

L/Cpl   12231 15/10/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds (Accident)

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery
Cenotaph: Dunston Hill

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

 

Husband of Ethel Alderson, of 10, Stephenson St., Dunston-on-Tyne, Co. Durham.

Alderson,

Thomas Alfred

Pte   32166 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Bishop Auckland

Born: West Auckland

Alexander,

Robert

Pte "D" 16664    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Sick report 28/08/1915 - Defective vision - To Base Depot Etaples, released 31/08/1915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Burnopfield

Alexander,

William

Pte "D" 12266 14/12/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Usworth Colliery, County Durham

Born: Washington, County Durham

Allen,

John W

L/Cpl "A" 11895    

Wound report 04/07/1915 DT21071915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Allen,

Joseph (Jacob)

Pte "D" 13387    

Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

South Shields

Allen,

John (Joseph)

Pte   12309 12/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval

 

Horden Colliery, County Durham

Allen,

Harry Marshall

Sgt "D" 12319 22/09/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Son of Ernest and Emma Allen, of The Cottages, Ayton Firs, Great Ayton, Yorks. Native of Heighington, Co. Durham. Employed, previous to enlistment, as shearer at N.E.R. Works, Shildon.

Born: Stainrop, Durham

Allen,

Albert

Pte "B" 24294 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 30)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Ashton-Under-Lyne (Kendall)

Allen,

James

Pte   42579 09/04/1917 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

 

 

Allison,

J

Pte "D" 10187    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Allison,

J

Pte "A" 20949    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Allison,

Thomas

Pte "A" 4/9473 01/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Dunston-On-Tyne

Allison,

Robert G

CQMS "A" 7273 seen as 7275 ?    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 (as 7275)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Whitley

Allum,

Lawrence P

Cpl "B"

11765

 

   

Sick report 22/01/1916 Hyper astigmatism (10th (Service) Battalion)

Wound report 25/09/1916 DT26091916

Sick report 03/02/1917 Bronchitis No. 41 Divisional Rest Station (20th Bn DLI)

Wound stripe awarded 08/05/1918 NLS 1918_WList41

Wound report 19/09/1918 - Gunshot wound left thigh (flesh) (2nd Bn. DLI ) Hospital transfer to Bedford War Hospital 10/10/1918, aged 23 with 5 years 7 months service.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

20th (Service) Battalion (Wearside) "A" Coy

2nd Battalion "C" Coy

Enlisted in Croydon

Alnwick,

Richard Lucock

Pte   32079 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 34)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

Son of Harrison Alnwick and Elizabeth Alnwick, of 24, Cornelia Terrace, Seaham Harbour, Co. Durham. (Seaham Harbour)

Alpin,

B

Sgt "D" 12768    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Alton,

Robert

Sgt "A" 25325    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Amos,

Andrew

Pte   4/8055 09/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

Son of Ernest and Margaret Amos (Nee Green), 54 Walter Street, Jarrow

Dob: 1888

Anderson,

Pte "C" 12325    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Anderson,

W

Pte "D" 13446    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Anderson,

J

Pte "C" 14944    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Anderson,

C

    245409    

Citation: Listed in the Jewry Book of Honour

 

 

Anderson,

William

Pte "D" 12157 27/08/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 31)
Cemetery: Abbeville Communal Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Son of Robert and Jane Anderson, of 68, Higher Cuthbert St., Gateshead, Co. Durham. (Gateshead)

Anderson,

Joseph William

Pte   12310 01/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Sanctuary Wood Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Son of Joseph William and Rose Ann Anderson, of 52, Side, Newcastle-on-Tyne; husband of Elizabeth Anderson, of 1, Frederick St., Gateshead. (Lanchester, County Durham)

Anderson,

Robert

Pte "D" 12863 12/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

Husband of Isabella Anderson, of 122, Todd St., Wingate, Co. Durham. (Cleveland)

Anderson,

David

Pte "A" 13430 (12430) 17/10/1918 CWGC

Citation: Gazette No. 29422. pg 52 31/12/1915 The following despatch has been received by the Secretary of State for War from the Field Marshall Commanding-in-Chief the British Army in France. I have the honour to bring to notice the name, whom I recommend for gallant and distinguished service in this field.

Killed in Action (2nd Durham Light Infantry) Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Died age 29
Cemetery: Vaux-Andigny British Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MID

 

Brother of Mrs. M. Thomas, of 74, Parker St., Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Byker, Newcastle-On-Tyne)

Anderson,

James

Pte "B" 4/9484 23/01/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in Belgium (age 41)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Son of James and Elizabeth Anderson, of Witton Park, Co. Durham. (Crook, County Durham)

Anderson,

William Alexander

Pte   42613 03/03/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Avesnes-Le-Comte Communal Cemetery Extension

Southwick Sunderland

 

 

Anderson,

Thomas M

Pte "C" 8774    

Listed as being at "4th Northern General Hospital, Lincoln" on the 28th October 1914 DT04121914

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Andrews,

W H

Pte "B" 11990 (11790)    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Andrews,

John William

Pte   14940 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 33)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Brother of Mrs. M. Clayton, of 15, Bowser St., West Hartlepool.

Angel,

John William

Pte "C" 14945 24/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action (11th Battalion DLI) Missing report 31/05/1918 Wound report 22/08/1916 DT23081916 Wound Stripe 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

West Hartlepool (Seaton Carew, Durham)

Angus,

William

Pte "A" 3/11375 12/02/1916 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Son of Thomas and Rebecca Angus, of 16, Church St., Spennymoor, Co. Durham.

Anthony,

John

Pte   24106 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 16/09/1916 Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916 Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Res:

Wolverhampton

Born:

Wolverhampton

Appleby,

Robert

L/Cpl "B" 11866 09/07/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Birtley

Applegarth,

Henry

Pte "D" 20663    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Applegate,

Walter

Pte "C" 23099 29/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Res:

Consett

Born:

South Shields

Appleton,

John

Pte "D" 7155 25/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded 29/12/1915 DT08011916

Died in France
Cemetery: Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Stockton on Tees

Arkley,

Edmund

Pte   12302 25/09/1915 CWGC

Kiled in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Bedford House Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

New Silksworth, Near Sunderland

Armbruster,

Abraham

Pte   19402    

Wound report 10/07/1915 DT12071915 casualty in the Expeditionary Force reported from Base under the date 25th June: wounded" on the Casualty List issued by the War Office from 11th July 1915.

 

Sunderland

Armstrong,

James

L/Cpl "A" 9857    

Wound report 17/06/1916 DT18091916

Wound report 24/11/1916 DT25111916

Missing report 17/01/1918 NLS 1918_Wlist25

Previously reported missing, now reported prisoner of war in German hands.09/02/1918 NLS 1918_WList28 Prisoner report 12/02/1918

Captured at Masnieres 03/12/1917 Not wounded

Transferred from Western Front to POW Camp Minden

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Wife: 32 Penman Street, Gateshead-on-Tyne (Gateshead)

Dob: 11/05/1892

Armstrong,

William

L/Cpl "A" 20653    

Sick report 04/07/1918, Debility severe, No. 6 Convalescent Depot 10/07/1918 for 7 days. S ward

Died age 28

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Armstrong,

G

Pte "A" 25343    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Armstrong,

Septimus

Pte   16655 31/07/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Res:

Dipton

Born:

Wylam, Newcastle

Armstrong,

William

Pte "A" 23732 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Wounded 19/06/1916 DT20091916

02/11/1916 DT03111916

Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Armstrong,

Thomas

L/Cpl "D" 3/10961    

Sick report 06/03/1916, Bronchitis, Transfer from Ambulance Train No 19 to Convalescent Camp for 5 days discharge 11/03/1916

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Gunshot wound IX (1) foot. Contusion of chest 04/09/1916, Transferred to Eastbourne 28/10/1916

Died age 36

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Enlisted In West Hartlepool

Armstrong,

George

Pte "A" 3/11983    

Citation:

Silver Badge No 495040 ref F/A/1857 enlisted 27/08/1914 discharged 26/10/1918 South Staffordshire Regiment Paragraph 392 King's Regulations (xvi) No longer physically fit for war service. Army Order 29 of 1919 WO329/3059

Wound report 09/01/1916 DT19011916

Wound report 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Wound report 14/10/1916, Gun Shot Wound, Left Thigh (as 2nd DLI "A" Coy 6th Div). Transferred by No. 8 Ambulance Train 15/10/1916

Died age 32

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, Silver Badge

 

West Hartlepool and Litchfield 1920

Armstrong,

Edward

Pte   30784 30/08/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Wounded 11/09/1916 DT12091916

Died in France
Cemetery: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe

 

Carlisle

Armstrong,

Thomas

L/Sgt "C" 6915 14/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Sick report 14/08/1916 - Debility slight 23/02/1916, CPL, No. 6 Convalescent Depot 08/03/1916, via No. 5 Ambulance Train to Alvertinge for 15 days, with 10th DLI for 7 months.

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Res:

Sunderland

Born:

Monkwearmouth, County Durham

Armstrong,

A

    13304    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

 

Fence Houses

Arnold,

John W

Pte "B" 21/525    

Wounded 06/01/1917 DT07021917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Langley Moor

Arnott,

John

L/Cpl "C" 21349    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ashley,

John Edward

Pte "B" 25913 22/04/1918 or 23/04/1918  

Killed in Action Wound report 15/11/1917 List No 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Parents:

Gracious and Mary Ashley, of Barry, Glam.

Born:

Cardiff, Glamorgan

Ashton,

Wright

Pte   24057 11/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Son of Alexander and Lavinia P. Ashton, of 8, Harbour Place, Newton, Hyde, Cheshire.

Atkin,

Michael

Pte "D" 12326    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Atkin,

John Steven

Pte "A" 201460 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously reported wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 10/10/1917 NLS 1917_WList11 Deceased TFWM/3267

Died in Belgium (age 27)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

 

Son of Mrs. Mary E. Atkin, of 57, York Street, Thornaby-on-Tees.

Born:

Stockton, St. Johns

Atkinson,

James Andrew

Cpl "A" 20584 16/04/1918  

Died of Wounds 15th DLI

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Res:

Newcastle-On-Tyne

Born:

Winlaton, County Durham

Atkinson,

M

Pte "B" 25309    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Atkinson,

Arthur

Pte "B" 26000 24/01/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium (age 18)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

Son of James. M. and Sarah Atkinson, of 4, Derby Rd., Skerton, Lancaster.

Born:

Lancaster

Attwell,

W

Pte "D" 12009    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bacon,

Joseph

Pte   31798 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

Son of the late William and Ellen Bacon.

Born:

Sunderland

Baggaley,

Harry

Pte   49924 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Wounded and now missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Perth Cemetery (China Wall)

 

Mansfield

Bailey,

Henry Waterson

Pte   28889 24/08/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

 

Res:

Gateshead

Born:

Gateshead

Bailey,

Samuel

Pte   3/11628 11/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Darlington (Tunstall, Staffordshire)

 

 

Bainbridge,

W

CSM "B" 8812    

Sick report 05/06/1915 (as 2nd DLI) Via No.16 Ambulance Train Wound report 06/01/1917 DT07021917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bainister,

G

Pte "D" 11966    

Wound report 21/08/1915 DT07091915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Baird,

William

Pte   30935 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 May also hve been wounded 06/01/1916 ref War Dairy

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Cerisy-Gailly French National Cemetery

Son of Charles and Isabella Baird, of Monkwearmouth, Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Baker,

Charles Frank

Pte "C" 25969 02/12/1918  

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

SON OF MRS. ANNIE BAKER, OF BIG BUSTO, WATERGATE, NR. EMSWORTH, HANTS.

 

 

Baker,

Albert Edward

Pte "C" 26001 26/02/1917  

Killed in action

Died age 20

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parent: John Baker, of East Lanes, Mudford, Yeovil. (Mudford, Yeovil, Somerset)

 

 

Baker,

Richard

Pte   20664 28/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Burnopfield, (Burnopfield, Durham)

 

 

Ballard,

William H

Pte "A" 25369    

Wound report 25/10/1916 DT26101916 Missing report 07/08/1918 NLS 1918_WList54

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Cape Colony, South Africa

 

 

Banks,

William

Pte   42581 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

South Shields

 

 

Bannon,

William

Pte "D" 16380    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barkas,

John Charles Pearson

Lt     15/09/1916 CWGC

Citation: 2nd Lieutenant JCP Barcas (Sic) On Probation 4th DLI 15/08/1914

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Barker,

John G S

Sgt "D" 9312    

Wound report 02/08/1916 DT03081916 Wound report 17/06/1916 DT18091916 Wound report 27/09/1918 NLS 1917_WList09 List No.5375 Wound report 07/05/1918 NLS 1918_WList41 List No.5559

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barker,

Philip

L/Cpl   31946 14/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 24)
Cemetery: Wancourt British Cemetery

Son of Barbra Barker, of 7, Victoria St., Haverton Hill, Middlesbrough, Yorks.

 

 

Barnes,

Henry Thomas

Pte "B" 20001    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barnfather,

James William

Pte "B" 43366 21/09/1917  

Killed in Action (as 20th DLI) Previously reported wounded, now reported wounded and missing 23/11/1917 NLS 1917_Wlist17 Wound report 01/11/1917 NLS 1917_Wlist14 Wounded 06/01/1916 ref War Diaries

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Ashington, Northumberland

 

 

Barratt,

Michael

Pte "C" 9965    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barratt,

Harry Theodore

Sgt   6467 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barringan, 

T W

Pte "B" 32382    

Wounded 06/01/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barron,

T W

Pte "C" 11948    

Wound report 20/11/1916 DT21111916 Wound report 18/09/1916 DT19091916 Wound report 28/09/1917 List No.5376 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Wound report 18/10/1918 List No. 5699 NLS 1918_WList64

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Blyth

 

 

Bartlett,

George

Pte "C" 13785    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barton,

J J W

Pte "C" 24265    

Wound report 27/10/1915 DT06111915 Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Barton, 

Charles

Pte "D" 26003    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bartram,

Robert A

Pte "B" 20/928    

Wounded 06/01/1915 Wound report 10/08/1916 DT11081916 Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917 Sick report 16/05/1917 Deafness To No. 32 Stationary Hospital 08/06/1917 .

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland

 

 

Bateman,

Percival E

Cpl "C" 3/25967    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 26/04/1918 List No.5550 NLS 1918_WList39 Influenza 07/01/1918 From Direct. No.18 Ambulance Train. 5 Days RTU 11/01/1918

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Aylesbury

 

 

Batey,

George

Pte "A" 11867    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Batey,

Thomas

Pte "A" 23897    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Pyrexia of unknown origin 29/06/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Waldridge Fell

 

 

Batey,

Ralph

Pte "A" 11951 18/10/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 40)
Cemetery: Godewaersvelde British Cemetery

Son of Mary Gainford (formerly Batey), of 20, Clifford Terrace, Crawcrook, Ryton-on-Tyne, Co. Durham, and the late George Batey. Served in the South African campaign.

 

 

Batey,

John

Pte   42618 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France (age 18)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Thomas Batey, of 34, Ashgrove Avenue, Cleadon Park, South Shields, and the late Isabella Batey.

 

 

Batty,

Charles Frederick

2Lt     19/01/1916 CWGC

Citation: Volume III, De Ruvigny

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Frederick and Eliza Fielding Batty, of Beverholme, Darlington.

 

 

Battye,

John E

Pte "C" 11535 Also 1535    

Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

South Shields

 

 

Beal,

Joseph Henry

Cpl   12739 04/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Ypres Reservoir Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Henry Beal and Margaret Ann 13 Model Place, Darlington

Dob: 5/05/1888

 

 

Beal,

George

Pte "A" 201344 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 29)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of George and Isabella Beal, of Spennymoor, Co. Durham; husband of Julia Beal, of 45, Codd Street, South Bank, Yorks.

 

 

Beale,

William Ernest

Sgt "B" 23082 10/11/1918  

Citation: MM LCPL Gazette 29873 10/11/1918 pg 12441 Bar SGT Gazette 31405 13/06/1919 Pg 7643

Cemetery: Caudry British Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM & Bar

Newton

 

 

Bean,

Nicholas

Pte "C" 3/10905    

Wound report 29/12/1915 DT08011916 Suffering from shock, shell

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bebington,

James Frederick

Pte   202485 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 28/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium (age 34)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Mrs. Mary Bebington, of 6, Graham St., Middlesbrough. (Middlesbrough)

 

 

Beckett,

Jonathon H

Pte "C" 20660    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Beckett,

George

Pte   245379 16/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Hooge Crater Cemetery

Hull

 

 

Beckham,

Arthur James

Also As "Bickham" 

Sgt   20662 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 18/10/1917 NLS 1917_WList12 Report missing now killed 27/04/1918 NLS 1918_WList39

Died in Belgium (age 29)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Mrs. Betsy Beckham; husband of Mary A. Beckham, of 5, Derwent Terrace, Annfield Plain, Co. Durham. (Norwich, Norfolk )

 

 

Begley,

James

Cpl "D" 12868 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Springburn, Glasgow (Glasgow)

 

 

Belcher,

Robert

Pte "A" 12340 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Hugh Belcher, of 56, Leighton Street, South Shields.

 

 

Bell,

George A

A/Cpl "D" 9862    

Citation: Gazette 21/05/1918 30701 pg 6100 Mentioned in Despatches; Deserving of special mention.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bell,

T F

Pte "B" 12015    

Sick report 08/09/1917 Disordered Action of the Heart. Bronchial Asthma, 10/09/1917 Route Transport Office For Base Depot Sick report 25/01/1916 Dental caries RTU 03/02/1916 Sick report 26/01/1917 Scabies, II Corps Skin disease hospital Sick report 21/03/1916 Laryngitis Transferred from No 3 Ambulance Train. Convalescent Camp 3 Days RTU 23/03/1916

Died age 26

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bell,

William

Sgt "B" 12070    

Wound report 14/09/1916 DT15091916 Wound report 04/05/1918 NLS 1918_WList40

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Wheatley Hill

 

 

Bell,

John Robert Moffat

Sgt "D" 12743 09/10/1918 CWGC

Died of wounds

Cemetery: Serain Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Bishop Auckland, Durham (New Shildon, Durham )

 

 

Bell,

Arthur

L/Cpl "C" 13481    

Wound report 25/07/1915 DT11081915 Wound report 06/10/1915 DT16101915 Wound report 18/09/1916 Gunshot wound shoulder VIII1 Gunshot wound of the upper extremities. Simple flesh contusion or wound. Hospital Ship Asturius 1 Day Wound report 10/09/1916 DT20091916 Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Died age 31

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bell,

George

Sgt "B" 18442    

Sick report 28/03/1915 Debility Hospital Ship Asturias. Ward Quai 2 Days RTU 29/03/1915

Died age 24

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bell,

Albert

Pte "C" 24276   CWGC

Wounded and Missing report 31/05/1918 List No.5580 NLS 1918_WList44

Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: George and Frances Bell, of ""Claremont"", South Avenue, Gateshead; husband of Margaret Bell, of 33, York St., Gateshead, Co. Durham. (Gateshead-On-Tyne)

 

 

Bell,

William

Sgt   1292 27/09/1918 CWGC

Citation: Gazzette 16/01/1919 pg 827 On 22nd August 1918, near Morlancourt, when his sub-section commander had been killed, he led his tank on foot through an extremely heavy barrage. Arriving at our front line, he endeavoured to unload, but the Infantry unloading party and three of his crew became casualties from the severe barrage. He endeavoured to collect a second party, but the infantry began to withdraw owing to the intense fire. He was unable to start his engine owing to half-unloaded supplies, but remained with his tank to the last until the enemy were within fifty yards of him, when he withdrew. He made several attempts later with volunteers to reach the Tank, but the very severe machine-gun fire made it impossible. His conspicuous gallantry and resourceful energy in circumstances of great difficulty were admirable. Gazzette 31688 15/12/1919 pg 15580 Medaille Militaire Award received from France during First World War.

Killed in Action

Cemetery: Unicorn Cemetery, Vendhuile

Medal(s): DCM, Medaille Militaire (France).

Son of Margaret Bell, of 36, Pierremont Crescent, Darlington, and the late Henry Bell. (Stockton, Durham)

 

 

Bell,

James

Pte   23101 29/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 26)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Mrs. M Lowery (formerly Bell), of 24, Chater St., Gateshead. (Whitehaven, Cumberland)

 

 

Bell,

Thomas

Pte   245378 10/12/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Eliza Jane Bell, of 21, Blackhills Terrace, Horden, Co. Durham, and the late William Bell. (High Spen, Durham)

 

 

Bell,

Joseph Dalton

Pte   300956 17/09/1917 CWGC

Died in United Kingdom (age 34)
Cemetery: Durham (St. Nicholas) Burial Ground

Son of John and Mary Ann Bell; husband of Jane Bell, of 90, Claypath, Durham. Born at Langley Park, Co. Durham.

 

 

Bell,

J E

Pte "C" 8610    

Wound report 13/09/1916 DT14091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bell,

Alfred Gordon

2/Lt (Spec. Res.).   18/04/1917 CWGC

Citation: Gazzette 03/03/1917 pg 2191 Distinguished Service

Wound report 26/01/1917 DT27011917 Died of wounds received on 10-04-1917 during Battle of Arras

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery

Medal(s): MC

Son of Henry Bell and Mary, his wife, of Melrose House, Ryhope, Co. Durham. Educated North-Eastern County School, Barnard Castle. (Napton, Towcester, Warwick )

 

 

Bell,

Harold James

Cpt              

Bellingham,

Charles

Pte "B" 43356    

Wounded 06/01/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bellwood,

Albert

Pte "A" 9973    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Benbow,

John Francis

L/Cpl "D" 17881 13/08/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 30)
Cemetery: Le Treport Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Benbow, of Richmond, Yorks.

 

 

Bennett,

Joseph

Pte "B" 21079    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bennett,

William

Pte "B" 11791 16/09/1916 CWGC

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Bennett,

Edgar

Pte   55935 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of William and Annie Elizabeth Bennett, of 54, Wombwell Main, Wombwell, Barnsley.

 

 

Bentick,

James

Pte   18614 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

West Kyo, Durham (Leadgate, County Durham)

 

 

Beresford,

William

Pte "C" 24269    

Wound report 24/12/1915 DT03011916 Wound report 20/01/1916 DT31011916 Wound report 01/09/1917 List No. 5353 NLS 1917_WList05

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead-on-Tyne

 

 

Bergewell,

Samuel

Sgt "B" 10395    

Sick report 29/05/1916 Dermatitis herpetiformis Arras. From No. 10 Ambulance Train. To Hospital Ship Calais 02/06/1916. 7 Days

Died age 36

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Berisford,

Frank

Cpt        

Wound report 05/04/1918 List No.5532 NLS 1918_WList36

 

 

Berry,

John E

Pte "A" 9490    

Wound report 14/09/1916 DT15091916 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Enllac, Halifax

 

 

Best,

Robert

L/Cpl "D" 12567 17/01/1919 CWGC

Citation: Gazzette

Wound report 28/12/1917 NLS 1918_WList22

Cemetery: Horden (Thorpe Road) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Alternative Commemoration - buried in Horden (St. Mary) Church Cemetery.

 

 

Betts,

Henry

Pte "C" 12800 29/07/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds DT03011916

Died in France
Cemetery: Avesnes-Le-Comte Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Birmingham

 

 

Bewick,

Thomas

Pte "B" 20606 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Wounded and now missing report 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Guy and Catherine Bewick, of 4, Dean St., Newfield, Newcastle-on-Tyne; husband of Mary Florence Bewick, of Raplock House, West Pelton, Beamish, Co. Durham. (Bearpark, Durham)

 

 

Bickerdyke,

Richard Campbell

Pte   4/9502 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 02/11/1916 DT03111916 Wounded and now missing report 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France (age 38)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Husband of Grace Elizabeth Bickerdyke, of 10, Heworth Avenue, Pelaw, Co. Durham. (Bedale, Yorkshire )

 

 

Birkett,

Christopher James L.

Pte   245274 22/08/1917 CWGC

Wound report 28/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09 Previously reported wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 10/10/1917 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 27)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Joseph and Elizabeth Birkett, of Westerley Terrace, Haltwhistle, Northumberland. (Lambley)

 

 

Bishop,

John James

Pte   70517 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 28/09/1917 No 5376 NLS 1917_WList09 Previously reported wounded, now reported Killed 10/10/1917 No 5386 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of John and Elizabeth Bishop, of 148, Syston St., Leicester; husband of Gertrude Bishop. (Leicester)

 

 

Black,

Thomas

Pte   31528 06/05/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse

Gateshead

 

 

Black,

Ralph

Pte   32153 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

West Hartlepool (West Hartlepool)

 

 

Black,

Adam Luke Cameron

Pte   36931 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound Stripe 28-09-1917

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Gateshead-on-Tyne

 

 

Blacklock,

Ralph

Pte   42688 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France (age 18)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Mr. A. J. Blacklock, of 129, Herrington St., Sunderland. (Millfield, Sunderland )

 

 

Blacovitch,

S

    31454    

Citation: Listed in the Jewry Book of Honour

 

 

Blake,

John

Sgt "A" 4/10264 12/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland, (Sunderland)

 

 

Blakey,

H

L/Cpl "B" 18444    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Blakey,

John Morley

Pte   14863 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of John and Isabella Sarah Blakey, of 84, Thornboro' St., Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Byker Newcastle)

 

 

Bland,

Thomas

Pte "C" 19412    

Wound report 20/01/1916 DT31011916 Sick report 08/05/1918 Dislocation, index finger. Accidental Entrained Villaverla. Detrained Bordighera. RTU 10/05/1918. Trip No. 7

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Blenkinsopp,

W

L/Cpl "D" 16942    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Blenkinsopp,

John

Pte   19458 17/06/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds (Shot through the head)

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Packhorse Farm Shrine Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland

 

 

Blenkinsopp,

William

Sgt   20060 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 20/08/1916 DT21081916

Died in France (age 32)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): DCM

Son of Mrs. Margaret Blenkinsopp, of 4, Rond St., Shincliffe Colliery, Durham.

 

 

Blore,

Herbert

    20816    

Wounded report 12/08/1915 DT30081915 Northern Daily Mail 09/08/195 wounded Northern Daily Mail 11/04/1918 as gassed twice wounded right thigh - Hospital scotland pg 2 Column ?

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

14 Derwent Street, West Hartlepool

 

 

Blyth,

William

Pte   12022 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Reported wounded, now reported Killed 18/10/1917 NLS 1917_WList12 Northern Daily Mail 29/08/1917 Head and wrist pg 4 column 7

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of James and Elizabeth Blyth, of 15, Stamp St., Stockton-on-Tees; husband of Julia Blyth, of 20, Sune Rd., Norton-on-Tees. (Stockton-On-Tees )

 

 

Blyth,

John William

Pte   26245 09/04/1917 CWGC

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Son of Andrew and Hannah Blyth, of Blyth, Northumberland.

 

 

Blythman,

Isaac

Pte "A" 3/2002    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Boagey,

Frank

Cpl "C" 10288    

Wound report 26/06/1916 DT28061916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bolam,

Robert

Pte   21350 as 21353    

Wound report 24/07/1915 DT26071915 casualty in the Expeditionary Force reported from Base under the date 8th July: wounded" on the Casualty Lists issued by the War Office from 24th and 25th July 1915.

Gateshead

 

 

Bolan,

A

Pte "B" 12888    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bollan,

A

Pte "A" 13206    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Booth,

Albert Nelson

Pte   25971 20/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Twickenham, London

 

 

Borisfield,

J

Pte "C" 14755    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bottomley,

Charles H

Pte "D" 23644    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bowey,

Fredrick

Pte   42685 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 20/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium (age 24)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Margaret Bowey, of 3, Durham Rd., Esh Winning, Co. Durham, and the late William Bowey.

 

 

Bowman,

Mathew

Pte   14972 11/08/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds - Shot through left eye 31 July 1915

Died in France (age 30)
Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Robert and Mary Ann Bowman; husband of Cathrine Bowman, of 35, Fullerton Place, Gateshead-on-Tyne. Native of Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham.

 

 

Bowron,

Fredrick

Pte   3/10217 07/09/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Wimereux Communal Cemetery

Ferryhill

 

 

Bowtell,

James

L/Sgt "D" 10962 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Inverness Copse & Glencorse Wood

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Perth Cemetery (China Wall)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Edith Stanton (formerly Bowtell), of 57, Jolcey St., Sherburn Hill, Durham. (Broom, Stanley, County Durham)

 

 

Boyd,

Robert

L/Sgt "C" 13302    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Swalwell

 

 

Boyers,

John

Pte   9150 13/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland, (Pallion, Sunderland)

 

 

Boyle,

Peter

Pte   12085 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 34)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Brother of Mrs. E. Longhorn, of 26, Derwent St., Blackhill, Co. Durham. (Durham)

 

 

Brabban,

William

Pte   37766 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Hooge Crater Cemetery

Son of Martin Brabban, of Church St., Mount Pleasant, Spennymore; husband of Debora Brabban, of 70, Attwood Terrace, Tudhoe Colliery, Spennymore, Co. Durham. (Spennymoor)

 

 

Brackstone,

Henry

Pte "C" 19461    

Wound report 21/08/1915 DT07091915 Northern Daily Mail 20/08/1915 pg4 column 5

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

11 Bridge Street, West Hartlepool

 

 

Bradley,

John

Pte   12545 10/12/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Died in United Kingdom
Cemetery: New Silksworth (St. Leonard) Roman Catholic Churchyard

Bishop Auckland (Shildon)

 

 

Bradshaw,

Patrick

Pte "C" 20745    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brailsford,

George

Pte   49925 08/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Sutton-In-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire (Sutton-In-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire)

 

 

Braithwaite,

Richard Wilfred

Capt     31/07/1915 CWGC

Citation: mentioned in the Westmorland Gazette on the 07/08/19 on page (and column): 5C Cumberland and Westmorland News Data

Killed in action at Hooge

Died in Belgium (age 38)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John Masterman Braithwaite and Elizabeth Jane Braithwaite; husband of Sybil Deans (formerly Braithwaite), of 6, Basil Mansions, Knightsbridge, London. Served in the South African Campaign.

 

 

Brass,

Thomas

Pte   42680 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded and Missing report 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Breeze,

William R

Sgt "B" 12646    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brentrail,

G

L/Sgt "B" 19438    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brettell,

Edwin

Pte   31849 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Darlington (Cockerton, Durham )

 

 

Brewis,

Robert A

Pte   12885    

Wound report 26/06/1915 Ref: 29936 Gunshot wound, legs and arm left, fracture, Transferred 27/06/1915 To No. 11 Ambulance Train. Wound report 04/07/1915 DT21071915

Felling

 

 

Bridgett,

Edward

Pte "B" 12341 16/09/1916  

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died age 24

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Samuel and Mary E. Bridgett, of Anderson Square, Sacriston, Durham. (Sacriston, Durham) Res Edmondsley, Durham

 

 

Bridgett,

Edward

Pte   12341 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 24)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Durham Son of Samuel and Mary E. Bridgett, of Anderson Square, Sacriston, Durham. Resident Edmondsley, (Sacriston, Durham )

 

 

Brockbanks,

Richard Wallace

Pte   36608 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 No 5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Husband of Violet Brockbanks, of Garden Cottage, Fulwell Rd., Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Brook,

B

L/Cpl "A" 14409    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brookling,

Herbert

L/Cpl "C" 26128    

Wound report 20/01/1916 DT31011916 Wound report 06/12/1917 List No.5435 NLS 1917_WList19

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

St Margarets

 

 

Brough,

Joseph

Pte "D" 9458    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brough,

W H

Pte "A" 14163    

Wounded 06/01/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brough,

William H

Pte "A" 20679 Also 10679    

Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917 Sick report 15/04/1918 Sprained Right Ankle, Accidental AF W3428 Completed

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Middlesbrough

 

 

Brown,

William

L/Cpl "D" 10147    

Missing report 19/07/1918 NLS 1918_WList51

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brown,

E

Pte "C" 12089    

Wound report 26/01/1916 Date discharged from hospital 09/03/1916. 10 days SF (b). Charing Cross.

Died age 21

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brown,

John

Pte "A" 23616    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brown,

W

Pte "B" 24900    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brown,

Edward

Pte "A" 38489    

Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland

 

 

Brown,

William

Pte   12645 26/09/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wounded 03/10/1915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Barnard Castle (St. Pancras, London)

 

 

Brown,

Richard Wilfred

Cpl "B" 15319 17/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 26)
Cemetery: Ypres Reservoir Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Richard and Ann Brown, of Relly Mill, Neville's Cross, Durham.

 

 

Brown,

Joseph

Pte   23900 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Gateshead (Low Fell, Durham)

 

 

Brown,

Albert

L/Cpl "D" 24259 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

London (London)

 

 

Brown,

William John

Pte   24314 24/08/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 32)
Cemetery: Watou Churchyard

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William and the late Elizabeth Alice Brown, of Gateshead.

 

 

Brown,

Edward

L/Cpl "C" 3/10289 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound report 26/01/1916 Gunshot wound right knee. Date discharged from hospital 09/03/1916. 10 days SF (b). Charing Cross Wound report 30/01/1916 DT09021916 Northern Daily reported wounded twice 07/10/1916

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt

Brother of Mrs. G. E. James, of 35, Plevna St., West Hartlepool. Northern Daily Mail List sisters address as 4 Tempest Street, West Hartlepool

 

 

Brown,

Robert

Pte   31844 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Foster son of Mary Jane Coxon, of 100, Victoria St., Shotton Colliery, Co. Durham. (Sunderland)

 

 

Brown,

J

Pte "B" 4/8703    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Brown,

Thomas

Pte "C" 9071    

Citation: Gazette 29819. pg 10919

Wound report 02/08/1915 DT19081915 (2nd Battalion) Gunshot wound right knee.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

 

Browning,

Edward

Pte   42620 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded and Missing report 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of David M. Browning, of 6, Swan St., Sunderland. (Sunderland) Nothern Daily Mail list address as 11 Markse Street, West Hartlepool pg 2 Column 7

 

 

Bruce,

George

Pte "D" 20667 23/05/1917  

Died of Wounds (20th)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

West Stanley (Southmoor, Durham)

 

 

Bruce,

Bert

Pte "D" 20746    

Sick report 11/05/1916 Sep. left knee, cellulitis. (26 Days) Date of discharged from hospital 06/06/1916. 10 days S.F.(B.). Metropolitan.

Died age 26

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bruce,

John

Pte "A" 20943    

Sick report 16/02/1916 Gonorrhoea slight, No. 9 Stationary Hospital 17/02/1916 via No. 5 Ambulance Train (2 Days) Ward V Contracted Newcastle 18/01/1916

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bryant,

T

Pte "D" 20747    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Bryant,

Edmund A

Pte "D" 26005    

Enlisted 10/08/1914 Paragraph 392 King's Regulations (xvi) No longer physically fit for war service. [AO265 2ai) 10/08/1917 Silver Badge No B239818 17/06/1919 Ref H/2642/1 Lancashire Fusiliers

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Particulars furnished: Preston 04/07/1919.

 

 

Bryden,

Edward James

Pte "C" 12291    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Buddle,

William

Pte "C" 4/8343    

Wound report 26/06/1916 DT28061916 Wounded 25/06/1916 Gun shot wound, Thigh right VIII1 - Gunshot wound of the upper extremities. Simple flesh contusion or wound. Via No 23 Ambulance Train 8384, Hospital Ship Asturias, ward Quai (2 Days)

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

South Shields

 

 

Buglass,

Henry

Pte   26270 10/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 31)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of John and Jane Buglass, of 17, Plummer St., Newcastle-on-Tyne.

 

 

Bullock,

Henry W.

Pte   27709 09/04/1917 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

 

 

Burbidge,

John Edward

Pte   49923 25/08/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium (age 18)
Cemetery: Mendinghem Military Cemetery

Son of Thomas and Martha Burbidge of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts. (Mansfield, Nottinghamshire)

 

 

Burke,

John

(Served As O'Brien), 

Pte   38785 05/06/1920 CWGC

Died in United Kingdom (age 31)
Cemetery: Sunderland (Bishopwearmouth) Cemetery

(Served as O'BRIEN).

 

 

Burne,

John Thomas (?)

         

Wound (X3)

Gateshead

 

 

Burnett,

Thomas

Pte "D" 20043    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Burnett,

William S

Sgt   12881 05/12/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: White House Cemetery, St. Jean-Les-Ypres

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Felling-On-Tyne

 

 

Burnett,

F A

Pte "D" 8909    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Burns,

Bernard

Cpl "C" 21351    

Citation: Gazette issue no 29827 14/11/1916 pg 11138

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Witton Gilbert

 

 

Burns,

James

Pte "C" 8701 seen as 8704 ?    

Wound report 15/11/1917 List No. 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Spennymoor

 

 

Burrell,

Charles

Pte "D" 25968    

Sick Report 28/08/1915 Defective vision, To Base Depot Etaples, RTU 31/08/1915

Died age 29

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Burton,

Arthur

Pte "C" 12542 26/03/1918 CWGC

Died of wounds Wound report 03/09/1917 List No. 5354 NLS 1917_WList06

Died age 27
Cemetery: Vaulx Hill Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parent: Mrs. Isabella Burton, of 4 Back, Assembly Garth, Hendon, Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Burton,

Charles

Pte   27709 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Poplar, London (Norwich, Norfolk)

 

 

Butland,

William Henry

2/Lt     31/01/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds -- Gun shot to the abdomen

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Capt. and Mrs. G. Butland, of 88, Bubbling Well Rd., Shanghai, China. Native of Plymouth, Devon.

 

 

Butler,

Harry

Pte "C" 25966 03/06/1917  

Killed in Action

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Alfred and Sarah Ann Butler, of Leamington Spa. (Leamington, Warwick)

 

 

Butler,

George William

Pte   9979 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded report 14/09/1916 DT15091916

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of the late Thomas and Isabella Butler, West Hartlepool. (St. Hilda's, West Hartlepool)

 

 

Butt,

Nelson F

Pte "D" 25973    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Byerley,

Robert Henry

L/Cpl "B" 43301    

Wound report 06/01/1917 DT07021917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sheffield

 

 

Byron,

Albert

Pte "A" 20576    

Wound report 06/12/1915 DT16121915

Died age 26

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cafferty,

Henry

Pte "A" 24429    

Wound report 18/09/1916 DT19091916 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res New Silksworth, Shiney Row

 

 

Cairns,

Albert J

Pte "D" 4/24023    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead

 

 

Cameron,

John Robert

A/CSgt "D" 10563    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cannon,

Alexander

Pte "A" 11909    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Carabine,

Michael

Pte "B" 12643    

Wound report 16/06/1916 Gun shot wound, abdominal, No. 42 Casualty Clearing Station. Transferred 23/06/1916 Wound report 25/06/1916 Gun shot wound, Chest wall, Via No 23 Ambulance Train 8419 to Hospital Ship Asturias ward Quai (2 Days) Wound report 10/07/1916 DT11071916

Died age 40

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland

 

 

Carling,

Christopher Walker

L/Cpl   16226 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mrs. Mary Carling, of Crowtrees Cottage, Bowburn, Co. Durham. (Castle Eden )

 

 

Carr,

William Thomas

Pte   16689 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Thomas and Annie Carr, of 11. Happy Land, Leadgate, Co. Durham. Native of Annfield Place, Annfield Plain, Co. Durham.

 

 

Carr,

Anthony

Pte   20040 15/12/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Rainton, County Durham

 

 

Carr,

James

Sgt "A" 4/9440 02/01/1918  

Citation: Gazette issue no 29827 14/11/1916 pg 11138

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Cemetery: Birr Cross Roads Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

 

Carr,

Harry

Pte "A" 8518 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of Mrs. Hannah Dawson, of 22, Wotton Avenue, Benori, South Africa. (Newcastle) Res Stanley

 

 

Carrigan,

James

Cpl "D" 17882 (1) 17/10/1917 CWGC

Citation: Gazette Issue 30135. M.M. 15/06/1917 pg 6018

Killed in Action Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Sunderland (Ratho, Lingthshire)

 

 

Carroll,

Patrick

Sgt   9043 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Daniel and Mary Carroll. (Tipperary Templemore, Tipperary)

 

 

Carter,

Robert

L/Cpl "B" 12927 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in France
Cemetery: Hibers Trench Cemetery, Wancourt

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Dipton, County Durham (Blackhill, Durham)

 

 

Carter,

Matthew

Pte   30806 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers

Consett

 

 

Carter,

John W

Sgt "C" 7969    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cartner,

Robinson

Pte "B" 36961 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium (age 35)
Cemetery: Hooge Crater Cemetery

Son of Thomas Albert and Amy Cartner, of Coundon: husband of Harriet Elwin Cartner, of Hare and Hounds Inn, Coundon, Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham.

 

 

Cassidy,

Henry

Sgt "B" 12925    

Wound report 21/08/1915 DT07091915 Wound report 06/12/1915 DT16121915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cates,

Geoffrey

2/Lt     21/03/1918 CWGC

Died in France (age 24)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of George and Alice Ann Cates, of 39 Compton Rd., Wimbledon, London. His brother, 2nd Lt. George Cates, V.C., also fell, and his brother William Frederick was lost at sea.

attd. 2nd Bn.

 

Caverhill,

Robert

Pte "C" 13440    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Chamley,

Richard W

Cpl "D" 17883    

Citation: Gazette Issue 29508. D.C.M. 15/03/1916 pg 2886 Name mentioned in the Cumberland News on 02/12/1916 on page/column 8D. This person was mentioned in the Westmorland Gazette on the 02/03/19 on page (and column): 5A Presented with a watch by townspeople

Accidentally injured 12/08/1916 Notes about mention in the Westmorland Gazette: DCM details & 25/11/1916 P6B

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DCM

Rock House, Kirkby Stephen Employee of the North Eastern Railway. Porter, operator zlib

 

 

Chandler,

James E

Pte "A" 19362    

Sick report 18/12/1915 To No.14 Base Depot Etaples RTU 21/12/1915 Wound report 17/08/1918 List No.5646 NLS 1918_WList55 Wound report 27/07/1918 List No.5629 NLS 1918_WList52

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DCM

Sunderland

 

 

Chantler,

Samuel

Pte "D" 4/9583    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Chapman,

John Albert

Pte "C" 9541 11/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Edward and Louiesa Chapman, of Darlington; husband of Nona Annie Chapman, of 5, Sedgwick St., Hope Town, Darlington. (Darlington)

 

 

Chapman,

Harry Reynolds

Mjr

A/LCol

    27/06/1915 CWGC

Citation: Vol 1 De_Ruvigny_RoH pg 77

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Elinore P. Chapman, of "Wingfield," Eagle Lane, Snaresbrook, Essex.

 

 

Charlton,

Alfred

Cpl "D" 12887    

Wound report 05/11/1917 Shrapnel wound VIII (1) right arm, From No.1 Eastern General Hospital, Cambridge. To furlough (Command Depot). Wound report 22/08/1918 List No.5650 NLS 1918_WList56 Wound report 10/11/1917 List No. 5413 NLS 1917_Wlist15

Died age 26

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Felling

 

 

Charlton,

Robert

Pte "D" 8860    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Leeds (Sunderland, Durham)

 

 

Chaytor,

Gibson

Pte "B" 24103 23/08/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Annie A. Chaytor, of 12, Jubilee Terrace, New Kyo, Annfield Plain, Co. Durham.

 

 

Cheesman,

Alfred Vincent

Cpl "A" 11738 11/12/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Alfred and Sarah Jane Cheesman, of Hull. (Sculcoates, Hull)

 

 

Chessum,

Clarence Godwin

Pte   49706 13/03/1917 CWGC

Died in France (age 37)
Cemetery: Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe

Son of William James and Sarah Emma Chessum, of Biggleswade; husband of Alice Chessum, of 15, Sweet Briar Walk, Upper Edmonton, London.

 

 

Chicken,

Ernest William

WOII 

"C" 12707    

Citation: Gazette 11/03/1916 Pg 2657on two occasions, went out to within 70 yards of the enemy trenches, and carried in wounded men, exhibiting great bravery and devotion to duty. DCM LCPL Gazette 29438 01/11/1916 Pg 597 MM SGT Gazette 29827 14/11/1916 Pg 11138

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Cemetery: Border Regiment Attached Northumberland Trench Motor Battery Woii

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DCM, MM

Washington, Durham

Commissioned 29 Jan 1918

 

Child,

James William

Pte "A" 12534 10/04/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds Medical 03/08/1916 Gonorrhoea, orchitis 19 Ambulance Train.

Died in France (age 22 (1916))
Cemetery: Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Childs,

Christopher John

Pte "A" 42585 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 18)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of Alfred John and Rosa Mary Childs, of New Pond Farm, Bayford, Hertford. (Hertford) Res Bayford, Hertfordshire

 

 

Chisholm,

John

Pte   12706 12/10/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Voormezeele Enclosure No.3

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland

 

 

Choat,

Thomas A

Pte "A" 26081    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Christon,

L E

Pte "B" 12530    

Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Clappen,

Wilfred Joseph

2/Lt     22/09/1916 CWGC

Citation: Volume III De Ruviny pg 58

Died of wounds Wound report 01/10/1916 DT02101916

Died in France (age 24)
Cemetery: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe

Son of William and Hannah Clappen, of "Cotswold", Hathaway Rd., Southbourne, Bournemouth. B.Sc. in Agriculture, Durham University. On joining Army in Jan., 1915, was Master in Agriculture, North Eastern County School, Barnard Castle.

 

 

Clark,

H

Pte "C" 13162    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Clark,

Thomas William

Pte   12369 17/08/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 24)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mrs. Ellen Clark, of 2, Vane Terrace, Hendon, Sunderland.

 

 

Clark,

William

Pte   27177 20/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 32)
Cemetery: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe

Son of S. and E. Clark, of Gateshead; husband of Alice Jefferson (formerly Clark), of 7, Eastbourne Avenue, Gateshead.

 

 

Clark,

George Alfred

Pte "D" 43252 17/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 30)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Son of Alfred and Maria Clark, of 3, Fanny's Terrace, Clarendon St., Spring Bank, Hull.

 

 

Clark,

John

Pte "C" 9989 30/05/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Agny Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mr. N. L. Clark, of 53, Pilgrim St., West Hartlepool.

 

 

Clarke,

W J

Pte "A" 16981    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Clarke,

H

Pte "A" 25242    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Clarke,

Stanley Moston

Pte   201342 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 38)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of John William Clarke, of 6, Baker St., Maidstone Rd., Rochester, Kent; husband of Elizabeth G. A. Clarke, of 43, De Beauvoir Crescent, Hackney, London.

 

 

Clarke,

Edward

Pte "D" 3/25976    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Clarke,

Joseph

Pte   31950 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Clarke, 

A C

CSM "D" 4313    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Clarke,

Vincent Charles

Capt     12/10/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Habarcq Communal Cemetery Extension

Son of Charles Pitcher Clarke and Theresa Clarke (nee Kahl), of Blythswood, Worthing, Barbados, British West Indies.

 

 

Clarkson,

John Henry

Pte "C" 19502 01/07/1916 CWGC

Killled in Action? Died of wounds Wound report 30/05/1916 Shrapnel wound, back and neck No.42 Casualty Clearing Station. Transferred 05/06/1916 Wound report 19/06/1916 DT20061916

Died age 19
Cemetery: Gordon Dump Cemetery, Ovillers-La Boisselle

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Tyne Dock, Durham

 

 

Clayton,

Ellis

L/Cpl "B" 12897 12397 (WD)    

Citation: Gazette issue no 29827 14/11/1916 pg 11138 M.M Wound report 15/11/1917 List No. 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16 Silver War Badge B303658 11/09/1919 WO329/3132 Enlisted 20/08/1914

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Particulars furnished: Winchester 16/09/1919 NOK Hebburn

 

 

Clements,

F

Sgt "B" 11926 03/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

London (Newbottle, Sunderland)

 

 

Clish,

William

Pte "C" 12239    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 "Suffering from gas poisoning"

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Close,

N

Pte "B" 12533    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Close,

Nathan

Pte   12811 27/05/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 37)
Cemetery: Agny Military Cemetery

Husband of Alice Close, of 51, Vine St., High St. East, Sunderland. (Sunderland, Durham)

 

 

Close,

James William

Pte "D" 20039 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mrs. Armstrong (formerly Close), of Seaham Colliery, Co. Durham; husband of Emma Close, of 43, Hedley Hill Terrace, Waterhouses, Durham. (Consett)

 

 

Close,

Andrew Lee

Pte "C" 9580 14/10/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium (age 29)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Eliza Jane Close, of 22, Gas St., West Hartlepool. (Hartlepool)

 

 

Clough,

George

Pte   17923 14/12/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Easington Colliery, Durham (Stanley, Durham)

 

 

Coates,

Alfred

Pte "A" 13418 (12418 WD)    

Wound report 30/08/1915 DT16091915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Coates,

Charles Edward

Pte   32088 15/12/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Oxford Road Cemetery

 

 

Cogdon,

Fredrick

Pte "A" 10443 (10043 WD)    

Wound report 13/08/1916 Gunshot wound shoulder right Entrained Vecquemont. Detrained Rouen. Trip 17. Ward M Wound report 13/09/1916 DT14091916 Prisoner report 21/09/1918 Reported in list received from the German Government. List No.5676 NLS 1918_WList60

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Easington Colliery

 

 

Coggins,

T

Pte "D" 17276    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Coleman,

Thomas E

Pte "A" 27183    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Coleman,

William Henry

Pte   42690 21/09/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Messines Ridge British Cemetery

Son of Ada Coleman, of 7, Oxford St., Pallion, Sunderland, and the late Joseph D. Coleman. (Sunderland)

 

 

Collins,

M

Pte "D" 14990    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Collins,

M

Pte "B" 21081    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Comesky,

Frank W

A/CSgt "B" 11977    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Conley,

Thomas A

Cpl "C" 13071 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in action notice missing

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Connolly,

John

A/Cpl "A" 6406    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Galway

 

 

Connor,

Robert

Pte "D" 16977 ? (10977 WD)    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Conroy,

Jacob

Pte   11950 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Ypres Town Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Thomas Conroy, of New York Village, Northumberland, and the late Isabella Conroy. (New York)

 

 

Conroy,

Edward

Pte   23/334 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Hull (Hull)

 

 

Conway,

 Patrick

Sgt "C" 20699    

Wound report 17/05/1918 NLS 1918_WList42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Ryton

 

 

Cook,

Charles

Pte "C" 25978    

Wound report 20/05/1918 List No.5570 NLS 1918_WList43

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cook,

Thomas

Pte "B" 12538 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Wounded and Missing report 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Cook,

Robert Allan Redhope

Pte "C" 24288 01/07/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Robert and Elizabeth Cook, of 1, Dyers Court Close, Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Newcastle)

 

 

Cook,

Robert

Pte   26080 22/11/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: White House Cemetery, St. Jean-Les-Ypres

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Croydon (Croydon)

 

 

Cook,

John Oughton

Pte   32087 18/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe

Son of Thomas and Margaret Cook. Shotton Colliery

 

 

Cook,

T

Pte "B" 4/9779    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cook,

George William

Pte   43251 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Hull

 

 

Cook,

William

Pte   9558 19/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Hetton, Sunderland (South Moor, Durham)

 

 

Cook,

William

Pte "B" 9558 4/9588 (WD) 4-9558 19/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

South Moor, Durham (Hetton, Sunderland)

 

 

Cooke,

Fred

Pte   11793 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Middlesbrough (South Bank, Yorkshire)

 

 

Coombe,

J

Pte "B" 27243    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Coombes,

John Thomas

Pte "D" 12217    

Citation: Gazette issue 31405 13/06/1919 pg 7683 MM

Wound report 22/08/1918 List No.5650 NLS 1918_WList56

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead-on-Tyne

 

 

Cooper,

Thomas W

Pte "B" 4/9278    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cooper,

Wilson

CSM

"A"

"D"

7335 15/09/1916 CWGC

Citation: For conspicuous gallantry [at Gueudecourt in September 1916] in volunteering with two others to look for a man reported buried. The place was found, and after working for two hours under heavy shelling, the buried man was rescued, though again wounded by shell fire during the rescue operations." London Gazette 20 October 1916 pg 10200

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DCM

Keighley, Yorkshire

 

 

Copeland,

Robert A.

Pte "D"  37392 09/04/1917 CWGC

Missing Report 09/04/1917 (no ref number)

Died in France (age 39)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of R. O. and Elizabeth Copeland, of Fell Side, Whickham; husband of Ellen Copeland, of Swalwell, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

13th Platoon

 

Cordiner,

Theo George

Pte "B" 26008 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Richard Cordiner, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. and Frances Mary Cordiner, of Douglas, Isle of Man. (Douglas, Isle Of Man)

 

 

Corr,

James

Pte   11927 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 07/12/1915 DT17121915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Birtley (Stockton)

 

 

Corrigan,

Michael

Pte   11795 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Middlesbrough, (South Bank, Yorkshire)

 

 

Corrigan,

Michael

Pte "C" 16983    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Coulson,

Thomas

Pte "C" 23122 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

South Moor (Kyo, Durham)

 

 

Coulthard,

Joseph

L/Cpl "C" 12708 02/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Isaac and Dinah Coulthard, of Mill Cottage, Scotswood, Northumberland. Native of Pattinson Town, Washington Station, Co. Durham. Res Washington, Durham (Siddick, Cumberland)

 

 

Course,

Alfred Leslie

Sgt "C" 25917 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 17/06/1916 DT18041916

Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Rugby (Napton, Towcester, Warwick)

 

 

Coutts,

Louis J

Pte "C" 11808    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cowen,

David

Pte "A" 23643 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 30/10/1916 DT09021916 Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead (Byker, Newcastle)

 

 

Cox,

Charles W

Pte "C" 10323    

Wound report 04/05/1918 List No. 5557 NLS 1918_WList40

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

East Hartlepool

 

 

Cox,

Robert Hutchinson

Cpl "D" 23142 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Rickman and Janet Cox. Trinity, Hartlepool

 

 

Cox,

John Fenby

Pte "C" 9581    

Citation: Sick Report 09/06/1918 Influenza From 70th Field Ambulance. Returned to duty. 15/06/1918 (7 Days)

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Wound report 29/20/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Hartlepool

 

 

Coxon,

Joseph

Pte "A" 16657 (11657 WD)    

Citation: Gazette Issue 30364. M.M. 30/10/1917 pg 11330

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Crabtree,

Thomas

Pte "A" 12532    

Wound report 02/10/1916 DT03101916 Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Scarborough

 

 

Craggs,

Robert

Cpl "A" 22579 22519 (WD)    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Craig,

Robert

Pte "A" 12537    

Citation: Gazette No. 29854. Military Medal. 08/121916 Pg 12043 As CPL 20101 MGC

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Crammer,

G

Pte "B" 24109    

Wound report 14/01/1918 Daily List No. 5465 NLS 1918_Wlist25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cranmer,

Jonathon

L/Cpl "D" 20038 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Cranston,

Robert Percy

Pte "B" 21/496 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 41)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Husband of Eleanor Arabella Gascoigne Cranston, of 37, Percy Terrace, Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Craven,

Robert

Pte   27982 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

York (Huggate, Yorkshire)

 

 

Crawford,

Andrew

Sgt "B" Coy. 11594    

Wound report 25/09/1916 DT26091916 Wound report 22/11/1914 DT27111914 Listed as being at "3rd Western General Hospital, Cardiff" on the 22nd October 1914.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland

 

 

Crawford,

Frank

Pte "B" 24045    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Creagh,

B

Pte "B" 12683    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cree,

John

Pte   245047 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 02/11/1916 DT03111916 Missing report 09/10/1917 List No.5385 NLS 1917_WList11 Previously reported missing, now reported killed. 14/12/1917 List No.5442 NLS 1917_WList20

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Thomas and Jane Cree, of 214, St. Cuthbert's Rd., Gateshead. (Gateshead)

 

 

Crocken,

Patrick

Pte   42724 11/04/1917 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty

Son of Patrick and Jane Ann Crocken, of Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Croney,

Patrick

Cpl "A" 16634    

Wound report 13/07/1918 List No.5617 NLS 1918_WList50

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Walker Gate

 

 

Crossman,

Alfred J

Pte "C" 26010    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Crouthers,

Thomas

Pte   245277 25/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Son of William H. and Sarah Crouthers, of 10, Elm St., Cargo Fleet, Middlesbrough. Born at Dunoon, Argyll. Middlesbrough (Dunoon, Scotland )

 

 

Crump,

John Henry

Pte "D" 26082 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

London (Rotherhithe )

 

 

Culbert,

James

Pte "A" 20058    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Wound report 28/11/1918 List No.5734 NLS 1918_WList70

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Cummins,

Frederick

Pte   12547 03/07/1915 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in Belgium (age 39)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Mary Jane Brandon (formerly Cummins), of 10, Church St., Spennymoor, Co. Durham. (Darlington)

 

 

Cunningham,

John

Pte "C" 12050    

Citation: Gazette 29819. M.M 10/11/1916 pg 10921

Wound report 18/0/1916 DT19091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

East Stanley, Durham

 

 

Curlette,

Charles

Pte "D" 26129    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

London, S.W.

 

 

Curry,

J

Pte "D" 10643    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Curry,

Thomas Wilson

Pte   12810 28/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Lillian Curry, of Front St., Shadforth, Durham. (Crampton, Newcastle)

 

 

Curtis,

Jacob Ternet

Cpl   19/723 also as 17/723 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 20/08/1916 DT30081916

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Sunderland (Murton)

 

 

Curtis,

Harry E

L/Cpl "D" 26078    

Sick report 28/09/1916 Rheumatism Date of Discharge 29/09/1916.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Curzon,

William

Pte "B" 25448 25/09/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 33)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William and Emily Curzon, of 68, Claremont, South Avenue, Gateshead. (Wilesford, Cheshire)

 

 

Dadson,

Leslie William

Pte "D" 25980 13/09/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Eldest son of the late Charles William and Ann Dadson, of Minster-in-Thanet. Res Minster Near Ramsgate, Kent (Maidstone, Kent)

 

 

Darling,

John

Cpl "A" 12345    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Enlisted In Durham

 

 

Darling,

James

Pte "B" 37786 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

West Hartlepool

 

 

Davidson,

Thomas

Pte "B" 12228 18/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Jeanette Davidson, of 37, Cowper St., Team's, Gateshead-on-Tyne.

 

 

Davies,

J

Pte "D" 15205    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Davies,

Henry

Pte

(Sig)

"A" 11870 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Jane Florence Davies, of 74, Elswick Rd., Newcastle-on-Tyne, and the late Henry Davies. Enlisted Aug., 1914. Employee of the North Eastern Railway.

 

 

Davies,

George

Pte   24284 31/07/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 18)
Cemetery: Sanctuary Wood Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Harry and Emma Davies, of 5, Cowpen St., Port Clarence, Co. Durham. (Middlesbrough)

Dob: 07/08/1887

 

 

Davies,

Herbert Howard

Capt "D"   24/08/1917 CWGC

Citation: Gazette No. 30561 05/03/1918 p.2911 For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When in support of an attack he did valuable work in consolidating the captured position. His platoons were widely distributed, and he was continually visiting and encouraging his men in spite of the sniping to which he was exposed. Throughout the fighting he rendered valuable service, encouraging all ranks by his cheerfulness and confidence Gazette No. 10708 18/10/1917 Distinguished Service

Died in Belgium (age 30)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): MC

Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Howard Davies, of Newton-le-Willows, Lancs; husband of Lilian Davies, of 55, Western Hill, Durham. Undergraduate Durham University. On outbreak of war joined Public Schools Corps.

 

 

Davis,

A

Pte "B" 25919    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Swindon

 

 

Davis,

Peter

Pte "A" 12362    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Davis,

William

Pte "D" 12713    

Wound report 19/09/1916 DT20091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Wingate

 

 

Davis,

George

Pte "C" 25921    

Wound report 20/01/1916 DT31011916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Davison,

N

Pte "C" 12382    

Wound report 19/11/1916 DT20111916 Wound report 01/08/1915 Left Buttock (IX) (1) slight via No. 15 Ambulance Train, No. 6 Convalescent Camp 16/08/1915 (16 Days) Ward J Hooge 30/07/1915 Wound report 02/11/1916 DT03111916

Died age 20

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Washington

 

 

Davison,           

Thomas A

Pte "A" 12242    

Wound report 03/01/1916 VIII1 left hand slight RTU 18/02/1916 St Jean 31/12/1915 Wound 08/01/1916 DT18011916

Died age 20

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Davison,

Robert

Pte   12381 01/08/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Davison,

Norman

Pte   12382    

Wound report 19/11/1916 DT20111916 Wound report 01/08/1915 Left Buttock (IX) (1) slight via No. 15 Ambulance Train, No. 6 Convalescent Camp 16/08/1915 (16 Days) Ward J Hooge 30/07/1915 Wound report 02/11/1916 DT03111916

Died age 20

Washington

 

 

Davison,

William

Sgt "C" 12653    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Ryhope

 

 

Davison,

Thomas

Pte "C" 12654    

Citation: Gazette Issue 30792 pg 8174 Croix de Guerre. His Majesty the King of the Belgians have conferred the Decoration of the Croix de Guerre for distinguished service rendered during the course of the campaign. Award received from Belgium during First World War. 12/07/1918

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Murton, Co. Durham

 

 

Davison,

William

Pte "C" 17295 also B 17295    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 20/10/1916 DT31011916 Wound report 17/11/1917 List No. 5419 NLS 1917_Wlist16 Sick report 13/04/1917 Pyrexia of unknown origin. Entrained Warlincourt. Detrained Abbeville. Trip No.78. Ward F RTU 14/04/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Davison,

Albert

Pte   28088 18/10/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Ferry Hill

 

 

Davison,

James

Pte   31795 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Davison,

Harry Watson

RSM   9099 11/09/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 38)
Cemetery: Abbeville Communal Cemetery

Son of Robert and Hannah Davison, of Great Ayton, Yorks; husband of Madgie Davison, of 220, Eastbourne Avenue, Gateshead-on-Tyne. (Great Ayton, Yorkshire)

 

 

Daws,

Thomas

Pte "C" 12712    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Daws,

Harold

2/Lt     26/12/1916 CWGC

Wound report 06/09/1916 DT07091916 Wound report 05/05/1916 DT06051916

Died in France (age 29)
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Son of John Edward Daws, of Bournemouth. Came from Brazil in 1914 to enlist in the Artists' Rifles O.T.C.

 

 

Dawson,

John F

    18850    

Wound report20/05/1916 List No.5570 NLS 1918_WList43,

Birtley

 

 

Dawson,

J

    18851    

Birtley

 

 

Dawson,

Thomas

L/Cpl "C" 21358    

Citation: Gazette issue no 29827 M.M 14/11/1916 pg 11139

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

 

Dawson,

Septimus Joseph

Pte "B" 32719    

Wound report 13/04/1917 Gunshot wound to scalp Entrained Warlincourt. Detrained Abbeville. Trip 78 Ward R RTU 14/04/1917 Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Enlisted in Hartlepool Middlesborough

 

 

Day,

Henry

Pte

"D"

"B"

23221    

Sick report 25/06/1916 Scabies No 23 Ambulance Train 8639 No 9 Stationary Hospital (2 Days) RTU 26/06/1916 Wound report 21/09/1917 Gunshot wound, hand. W. Casualty Clearing Station. Transferred 21/09/1917 Wound report 29/12/1915 DT08011916

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dean,

John

Pte "A" 23987    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dean,

Herbert J

Pte "B" 25983    

Sick report 15/02/1917 Bursitis (Septic) Right Arm No. 2 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station Wound report 15/08/1916 DT16081916 Wound report 18/10/1917 List No.5393 NLS 1917_WList12

Died age 20

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Poulshot

 

 

Deans,

William

Pte   38960 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Previously reported wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 10/10/1917 List No.5386 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Ralph and Catherine Deans, of 9, Bloomfield St., Monkwearmouth, Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Degnan,

J

Pte "B" 12523    

Sick report 31/10/1915 Dental caries RTU 21/11/1915

Died age 29

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dempster,

Thomas

A/Sgt "B" 3/9543    

Wound report 10/04/1917 Gunshot wound II (1) slight Arras 04/04/1917. 46th Field Ambulance. Transferred from sick convoy No. 118 Ambulance Train. Hospital Ship 13/04/1917 Ward P (4 Days) (6 years service)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Derby,

John

Sgt "A" 24285    

Missing report 17/01/1918 List No. 5468 NLS 1918_Wlist25 Prisoner report 09/02/1918 Previously reported missing, now reported prisoner of war in German hands. NLS 1918_WList28 Prisoner report 14/02/1918 PA 20272 ICRC Archives Captured at Mesnières 03/12/1917 Transferred from Minden POW Camp Schneidemühl

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

14 Cuthbertson Street, Trindon (Wingate)

Dob: 21/03/1892

 

 

Dew,

Frederick Thomas

2/Lt "A"   24/08/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Frederick Benjamin and Gertrude Dew, of 94, Mayfield Rd., Sanderstead, Surrey.

 

 

Dillon,

William Thomas

Pte "C" 11910 23/04/1918 - 24/04/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously reported wounded and missing, now reported killed List No.5717 08/111918 NLS 1918_WList67 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Wound report 09/04/1917 Gunshot wound arm (right). Entrained Warlincourt. Detrained Rouen. Trip No.77 Ward O RTU 10/04/1917 Wound report 10/06/1918 List No.5588 NLS 1918_WList46

Died age 24
Cemetery: Martinsart British Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Brother of Mrs. E. A. Sawyer, of 70, Theodore St., Middlesbrough, Yorkshire. (Middlesbrough)

 

 

Dilworth-Harrison,

Douglas Roy

2/Lt     27/03/1918 CWGC

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Son of James and Louisa Dilworth-Harrison.

attd. 1st/8th Bn.

 

Dixon,

William H

Pte "A" 11954    

Wound report 25/09/1916 DT26091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dixon,

Charles

Sgt "A" 12361    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dixon,

Valentine

Pte "D" 12574 28/09/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John Henry and Eleanor Dixon. Born at Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Newcastle)

 

 

Dixon,

Harold

L/Cpl   18/970 14/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Wancourt British Cemetery

Son of Henry and Clara Dixon, of "Belmont House," 34, North Rd. West, Wingate, Co. Durham. (Wingate, Durham)

 

 

Dixon,

John R

Pte   18291 14/08/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of E. A. Dixon, of 15, Quay St., Whitehaven, Cumberland.

 

 

Dixon,

John Thomas

Pte "D" 24278 12/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 04/07/1915 DT21071915

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Darlington (Darlington)

 

 

Docherty,

John

Pte   31992 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: West Hartlepool (Lannart, Monaghan, Ireland)

 

 

Dockerty,

T

Pte "C" 16318    

Wound report 15/11/1917 Shell contusion, buried List No. 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16 Entrained Godewaersvelde. Detrained Rouen. Trip No.135. RTU Ward N 14/10/1917 Wound report 26/09/1916 DT28061916 Wound report 11/09/1917 List No. 5361 NLS 1917_WList07 Previously reported wounded, now reported Not Wounded 28/09/1917 List No.5376 NLS 1917_WList09 Sick report 01/12/1916 Pyrexia of unknown origin 41st Divisional Rest Station. Srevice 2 years 3 months. 7 months field

Died age 33

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

South Shields

 

 

Dodd,

Alfred Ernest

Pte "B" 12243 17/06/1919 CWGC

Died in United Kingdom (age 25)
Cemetery: Usworth (Holy Trinity) Churchyard

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of A. Sampson (formerly Dodd), and the late William Dodd, of Sunderland.

 

 

Dodds,

William

Cpl "B" 17976 Also B 17976    

Citation: Gazette Issue 30498. M.M. 25/01/1918 pg 1384

Wound report 13/09/1916 DT14091916 Wound report 25/08/1918 Gunshot wound, inguinal region right. 750 units Anti-Tetanus serum given, noted on source. Transferred from sick convoy 63rd Field Ambulance. No. 7 Ambulance Train. Transferred 26/08/1918 Service 4 years. Field 3 years 4 months Wound report 14/01/1918 List No. 5465 NLS 1918_Wlist25 Wound report 14/05/1918 List No.5565 NLS 1918_WList42 Wound report 02/10/1918 List No. 5685 NLS 1918_WList62

Died age 24

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Gateshead

 

 

Dodds,

John W

Pte "C" 20783    

Sick report 15/12/1915 Dental caries RTU 29/12/1915 To No.14 Base Depot Etaples Service 1 year 3 months. Field 7 Months Wound report 03/05/1918 List No. 5556 NLS 1918_WList40

Died age 20

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Waldridge Colliery

 

 

Dodds,

Nicholas

Pte "B" 20798    

Missing report 06/06/1918 List No. 5585 NLS 1918_WList45 Previously reported missing, now reported wounded and prisoner of war. 25/09/1918 List No.5679 NLS 1918_WList61

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Leadgate

 

 

Dodds,

Christopher

L/Cpl "B" 4/9631    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dodsworth,

Joseph W

Sgt "D" 13768    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dolan,

Matthew

Pte   37778 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Donaldson,

James Victor

Pte "C" 25328 06/06/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds Light Shelling. MG Rds from aircraft landed in Jackdaw trench - 'A' Coy

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Edward and Ellen Jane Addison, of Factory House, Heworth, Co. Durham.

 

 

Donelly,

James

CSM "A" 13769    

Citation: London Gazette 31514. 19 or 21/08/1919 Decoration Militaire. Pg 10605 London Gazette 25/11/1916 and 26/01/1918 pg 1285 For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When a gap had been caused in the line owing to an enemy counter-attack, he led his platoon, which was in support, forward and filled the gap. He held his position throughout the day against several attacks. London Gazette 29819. M.M 10/11/1916 pg 10921 London Gazette 03/06/1919 King's Birthday Honours – no citation.

Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Benwell Newcastle-On-Tyne

 

 

Donelly,

J

Sgt "C" 20916    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Newcastle

 

 

Donkin,

Nathan

Cpl "D" 20757 16/08/1917  

Killed in Action Wound report 02/04/1916 DT03041916

Cemetery: Bard Cottage Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Donnakenney,

Bernard

Pte "B" 11885    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Donoghue,

James

Pte   8715 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Dorrell,

Harold George Hugh.

2/Lt      02/04/1916 CWGC

Wound stripe 20/08/1915 ref DT27081915

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Agny Military Cemetery

Son of Lt. Col. George Henry and Martine Frances Marie Dorrell, of 621, 15th St. West, North Vancouver, British Columbia. Native of Maidenhead, Berkshire, England. His brother Evelyn Percy Dorrell also fell.

 

 

Douglas,

William Coulson

Pte   37282 22/08/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Son of William Watson Douglas and Mary Douglas, of 8, St. Bede's Terrace, Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Douglas,

George

Pte   37621 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Hooge Crater Cemetery

Res: West Harton (South Shields)

 

 

Douglass,

Ernest

Pte   38527 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Gateshead (Shotley Ridge)

 

 

Douglass,

Anthony Therney

Pte   44174 10/08/1918 CWGC

Died at Home

Died in United Kingdom
Cemetery: Durham (St. Margaret) Churchyard Extension

 

 

Dove,

Robert Godfrey

L/Sgt   27161 07/06/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action - Light shelling that day

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Heninel Communal Cemetery Extension

Son of George Ripley Dove and Margaret Dove, of Middlesbrough. (Guisbrough)

 

 

Dowey,

Joseph

Pte "B" 11924   CWGC

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dowey,

Francis E

Pte "B" 16317    

Wound report 15/11/1917 List No. 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Downing,

W

Pte "D" 26088    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Downton,

William James

Cpl "D" 25918 16/10/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery

Son of John William and Elizabeth Jane Downton, of 7, Fordington Hill, Dorchester, Dorset. (Dorchester, Dorset)

 

 

Dowson,

Thomas Christopher

Pte   32083 24/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 40)
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Son of Thomas and Mary Jane Dowson. Born at Crook, Co. Durham. (Sunderland)

 

 

Doyle,

J

Pte "C" 16985    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Doyle,

George William

Pte "A" 42587 22/02/1918 CWGC

Wound report 10/12/1916 DT11121916

Died in United Kingdom (age 21)
Cemetery: Sunderland (Mere Knolls) Cemetery

Son of Mr. D. and Mrs. E. A. Doyle, of 92, Gladstone St., Sunderland. Res: Monkwearmouth

 

 

Drummond,

Henry

L/Cpl "A" 11968 11986 (WD)    

Citation: Gazette issue no 29827 M.M. 14/11/1916 pg 11139

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DSO, MM, MC ?

Res: Gateshead

 

 

Duerden,

Rennie

Pte   44032 12/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Charles and the late Mary Alice Duerden. Res: Nelson, Lancashire (Nelson, Lancashire)

 

 

Duffy,

Michael

Pte "A" 16435    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Duncan,

A

Cpl "B" 4/9291    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 21/01/1918 List No.5471 NLS 1918_WList26

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland

 

 

Dunn,

James

Pte "B" 10970    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dunn,

Hugh

Pte   16609 26/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 26)
Cemetery: Perth Cemetery (China Wall)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Elizabeth Dunn, of 13, Team Valley Terrace, Gateshead, and the late James Dunn. (Gateshead)

 

 

Dunn,

Simon

Pte "D" 18844 18814 (WD) 23/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 13/08/1916 DT14081916 Missing report 18/05/1918 List No.5569 NLS 1918_WList42

Died age 21
Cemetery: Tincourt New British Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Elizabeth Dunn, of 13, Team Valley Terrace, Gateshead, and the late James Carr Dunn. (Gateshead)

 

 

Dunn,

Herbert

Pte   49842 16/12/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Poelcapelle British Cemetery

Res: Hockworth, Tiverton, Devon ( Hockworth, Tiverton, Devon)

 

 

Dunn,

Frank Mewburn

2/Lt     23/09/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 27)
Cemetery: Cabin Hill Cemetery

Son of Robert and Mary I. Dunn, of Victoria, British Columbia.

 

 

Durrant,

Albert A

Pte "D" 26011    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Dyke,

George

Pte   31938 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Old Cornforth (Cornforth, Durham)

 

 

Eadie,

John

L/Cpl "A" 21475 20475 (WD)    

Wound report 02/09/1918 List No.5659 NLS 1918_WList58

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead

 

 

Eales,

Frank

Pte "C" 23664 25/04/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 No 5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died age 35
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: George and Margaret Jane Eales; husband of Dorothy Eales, of 62, Ridley St., Felling-on-Tyne, Co. Durham. Native of Framwellgate Moor, Durham. Res Felling-On-Tyne (Burnhope, Durham)

 

 

Eames,

Frank H

Pte "D" 26015    

Missing report 06/06/1918 List No.5585 NLS 1918_WList45 Previously reported missing, now reported not missing. 25/07/1918 List No.5627 NLS 1918_WList52 Wound report 21/08/1918 List No.5649 NLS 1918_WList56 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK London, E.

 

 

Earl,

Charles

Pte "B" 11892 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 16/09/1916 Wounded & Missing, British Expeditionary Force Renewed Enquiry Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Name mentioned in the Cumberland News on 04/11/1916 on page/column 5A. Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Carlisle (Carlisle)

 

 

Eastland,

Thomas

Henry

Pte   38991 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Husband of Mrs. M. Shiells (formerly Eastland), of 87, Harvey St., Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

 

 

Easton, ?

E

Pte "C" 25984    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Eastwood,

Samuel

A/Sgt "B" 20682 04/09/1917 CWGC

Died of wounds Previously reported wounded, shell shock, now reported died 29/09/1917 List No.5377 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915

Cemetery: Stanley (Harelaw) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ebdon,

George

Pte "D" 26013    

Wound report 04/08/1917 Gunshot wound IX left leg. To furlough. RTU 19/09/1917 Wound report 05/09/1917 List No. 5356 NLS 1917_WList06 Service 3 years. Field 1 year 5 months

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Bermondsey, S.E.

 

 

Eccleston,

V

Pte "C" 25982    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ede,

Fred Chesterton

Pte "B" 24944 19/07/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 33)
Cemetery: Habarcq Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Sarah Jane Ede, of 13, Lumley St., Grasswell, Houghton-le-Spring, Co. Durham. (Houghton-Le-Spring)

 

 

Edes,

Henry

Pte "A" 12378    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Edmunds,

Thomas

Cpl "C" 20877 03/11/1917 CWGC

Died of wounds Wound report 22/10/1916 Gun shot wound, Thigh right IX1 No. 39 General Hospital 19269 Convalescent Depot (23 Days) RTU 22/09/1916 Wound report 15/10/1915 DT25101915 Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Sarah Hannah Edmunds, of 24, North Plantation Row, Trimdon Grange, Co. Durham, and the late James Edmunds. (Trimdon Grange, Durham)

 

 

Edwards,

J

Cpl "B" 12651    

Citation: Gazette Issue 29508. D.C.M 15/03/1916 pg 2887

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DCM

Seaham Harbour

 

 

Edwards,

Vince James

Pte   245317 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 28/09/1917 No 5376 NLS 1917_WList09 Previously reported wounded, now reported wounded and missing 10/10/1917 No 5386 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Canterbury

 

 

Edwards,

John William

Pte "B" 43279 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Sheffield

 

 

Eggleston,

Thomas

Pte   8659 13/10/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds at Home

Died in United Kingdom
Cemetery: Spennymoor (Tudhoe) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Binchester, County Durham (Spennymoor)

 

 

Eley,

William Robert

Pte "D" 9526 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 22/11/1917 No 5423 NLS 1917_Wlist17

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Elliott,

J R

Pte "A" 27130    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Elliott,

William

L/Cpl   19537 29/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of George and Jane Elliott, of 14, Queen St., Alnwick, Northumberland.

 

 

Elliott,

Arthur

Pte   31767 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 34)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of John Elliott, of Nesbit Hall, Castle Eden, Durham.

 

 

Elsey,

George

L/Cpl "A" 12379 16/09/1916 CWGC

Wound Stripe

Died in France
Cemetery: A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Ferry Hill, Durham

 

 

Elswood,

Herbert W

Pte "A" 25924    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Emery,

William G

Pte "A" 25368    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Emmerson,

William

Pte "D" 12792    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Emmerson,

Robert Gray

Cpl   20736 24/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 27)
Cemetery: Perth Cemetery (China Wall)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead (Gatehead, County Durham)

 

 

Emmerson,

Mathias

Pte "A" 32093 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing 07/01/1917 (WD)

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Res: Willington (Willington)

 

 

Emmerson,

Charles

Pte "D" 8865    

Wound report 25/05/1918 List No.5575 NLS 1918_WList43

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Enlisted in Bishop Auckland

 

 

English,

Peter

Pte "A" 9530 14/08/1918 CWGC

Not previously announced as Wounded 22/10/1914 Admitted to 4th Northern General Hospital, Lincoln. DT24111914

Died in France (age 34)
Cemetery: Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter English, of Sunderland.

 

 

Eastenson,

Charles E

Estenson (Wd)

Pte "A" 20702 20703 ? 20902 (WD)    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 30/01/1916 DT09021916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Evans,

E J

Pte "C" 25925    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Evans,

John

L/Cpl "A" 25310 08/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 33)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Father of Thomas Evans, of 7, Sadler's Square, Dunston-on-Tyne, Gateshead. (Stockton-On-Tees)

 

 

Evans,

Edward

Pte "C" 26012    

Wound report 18/10/1918 List No. 5699 NLS 1918_WList64

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Lambeth, S.E.

 

 

Everett,

George Henry

Pte "A" 12520 27/07/1918 CWGC

Died of wounds Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Gunshot wound IX.4. Admission T46868, 12197 Gunshot wound of the lower extremities. Compound fracture. From 3rd Field Ambulance. Died. Wound report 30/04/1918 List No. 5553 NLS 1918_WList40

Died age 21
Cemetery: Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Native of Silksworth, Co. Durham. Son of George and Mary Ann Everett, of 7, Doctors Row, Shotton Colliery, Sunderland. Res Shotton Colliery, County Durham (Silksworth, Durham)

 

 

Eyre,

William

Cpl "B" 12570    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Fairbairn,

John T

Cpl "A" 11854    

Wound report List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead

 

 

Fairbairn,

George Eric

2/Lt     20/06/1915 CWGC

Citation: List of Etonians List of Jesus College, Cambridge

Killed in action.

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Tom and Lena Fairbaim, of 9, Wilton St., Westminster, London. Native of Victoria, Australia.

 

 

Fairley,

Patrick

Pte   4/9665 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Durham (Perth)

 

 

Fairs,

Thomas William

CSM "C" 12005    

Citation: Gazette Issue 30792 09/07/1918 or 12/07/1918 pg 8175 Croix de Guerre. Award received from Belgium during First World War.

Wound report 27/08/1917 Gunshot wound arm (left) Etaples to Calais Trip No. 119. Convalescents for England HM Ambulance Transport Newhaven.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Kirkcudbright

 

 

Fairweather,

John Walter

L/Cpl   12159 26/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Farrell,

James

Sgt "A" 10279 29/08/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: La Neuville British Cemetery, Corbie

Res: Jarrow (Jarrow)

 

 

Farrell,

John

Pte   245283 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Howdon-On-Tyne (Gorlston, Near Yarmouth)

 

 

Featherstone,

Ralph

Pte   14017 28/02/1917 CWGC

Died Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in France
Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Brother of Bryan Featherstone, of Ravensford, Hamsterley, Witton-le-Wear, Co. Durham. Res Bishop Auckland

 

 

Featherstone,

John

Pte "A" 20725    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Featherstone,

James

A/Cpl "A" 20727    

Wound report 03/12/1917 NLS 1917_WList19

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Shotton Colliery

 

 

Featherstone,

Patrick

CSM "B" 4/9164    

Citation: Gazette issue 30184. 13/07/1917 pg 7098 Medaille Militaire. His Majesty the King has given unrestricted permission to wear the Medaille Militaire, awarded by the President of the French Republic, for distinguished service rendered during the course of the campaign.

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Thornley

 

 

Fenton,

George

Pte   11913 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded & Missing report, British Expeditionary Force Renewed Enquiry Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Isaac and Margaret Fenton, of 3, Triune Cottages, Birtley, Co. Durham. Res: Birtley (Birtley)

7 platoon

 

Fenwick,

John

Pte "C" 12372    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ferguson,

John Alexander

Pte   3/10001 01/10/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Ypres Reservoir Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Dorothy Ferguson, of 27, Faulder Rd., West Hartlepool, and the late John Ferguson. Res: West Hartlepool (Christ Church, West Hartlepool)

 

 

Ferguson,

John Henry

Pte   30767 05/10/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Son of Mrs. M. A. and the late Edward Ferguson, of the "Gravellers Rest," Birtley, Co. Durham. Res: Birtley (Hetton-Le-Hole)

 

 

Finkle,

Thomas

Pte   7844 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 23/11/1914 DT29121914

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: East End, Sunderland (Barron Fernes, Durham)

 

 

Finley,

J

L/Cpl

"C" 20793    

Wound

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Birtley

 

 

Finn,

John

Pte   202501 22/08/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 26)
Cemetery: Bedford House Cemetery

Son of the late Patrick Finn, of Barnard Castle, Co. Durham; husband of Ada Coke (formerly Finn), of 8, Delaval St., Seaton Sluice, Seaton Delaval, Northumberland.

 

 

Fish,

Sidney E

Pte

(Dvr)

"A" 12170    

Citation: 17/12/1917 Silver War Badge Number: 405946

Wound report 04/05/1917 Train, Gunshot wound VIII.4 arm right fracture humerus. VIII4 - Gunshot wound of the upper extremities. Compound fracture. (13 days) No.7 Ambulance Transferred 16/05/1917 Hospital Ship Grantully Castle Ward 1 Enlisted 19/08/1914

Died age 28

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Fisher,

George

Pte "A" 12087    

Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915 wound report 26/10/1916 DT05021916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Fleetham,

Joseph

Pte   3/10954 14/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 27)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Joseph and Priscilla Fleetham, of Tursdale, Ferryhill, Co.Durham; husband of Florence Annie Fleetham, of Tursdale. His brother 3605901 Robert Wilson Fleetham 267 Coy. Pioneer Corps also died in service 07/06/1944 age 34 BAYEUX WAR CEMETERY XIV. D. 24.. Res: West Cornforth, Sunderland (Coxhoe, County Durham)

 

 

Ford,

George Edward

L/Cpl "D" 25986 30/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died age 21
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Annie Ford, of 4D, Peabody Estate, Lillie Rd., Fulham, London, and the late George Ford. Res Earlsfield, London (South West) (Holborn, London)

 

 

Ford,

George Edward

L/Cpl   25986 30/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Annie Ford, of 4D, Peabody Estate, Lillie Rd., Fulham, London, and the late George Ford.

 

 

Forrest,

William

Sgt "D" 12796    

Medical report 16/11/1918 Ref: 6836 Pyrexia of unknown origin, influenza, Entrained Ascq. Detrained Terlincthun. Ward P, Trip no. 230. Repatriated prisoner of war. Released Prisoner of War from Germany, arrived in England 27/11/1918 NLS 1918_WList70

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Glasgow

 

 

Forster,

Charles

Pte   18914 14/06/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Elizabeth Ann Forster, of 7, Cross Row, Felling, Gateshead.

 

 

Foster,

John Thomas

L/Cpl   12374 31/07/1915 CWGC

Citation: CWGC Evidence De_Ruvigny_RoH

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Eldest Son of Robert Foster 28 Wear Street, South-on-Wear Res Southwick, Sunderland (Southwick, Sunderland)

Dob: 15/07/1886

 

 

Foster,

James H

Pte "B" 12375    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Foster,

Alfred J

Cpl "D" 12746    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Foster,

Joseph W

Pte "D" 26091    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Foster,

Ernest

Pte "D" 3/10003    

Sick report 16/06/1919 Tonsillitis No. 85 General Hospital (6 Days) Transferred from No. 82 Casualty Clearing Station. No. 820. 21/06/1919 Service 5 Years

Died age 29

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Foster,

Joseph T

2/Lt     14/10/1918 CWGC

Citation: Found seperate in War Diary

Died of wounds Wound report 12/05/1916 DT13051916 (as 2429) Wound report 18/12/1917 List No.5445 NLS 1917_WList21 (2Lt)

Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Seniority 30-May-17

 

Emeley,

Herbet Barnes

Emley (Wd)

Lt        

Wound report 07/08/1915 DT09081915

Johannesburg, South Africa 8 June 1916 Engagement announced to Miss Dorothy M Horrocks, Salkeld Hall

 

 

Fothergill,

Gilbert Jamson

L/Cpl "A" 21470 12/04/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 12/09/1915 DT29091915 Sick report 24/08/1916 Diarrhoea Transferred from XV Corps Rest Station. New Zealand Stationary Hospital. RTU 30/08/1916 (7Days)

Died age 23
Cemetery: Outtersteene Communal Cemetery Extension, Bailleul

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Robert and Lucy Fothergill, of 2, Elliott Cottages, Queen St., North Shields. (North Shields)

 

 

Fothergill,

Robert H E

Pte "C" 8491    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Haughton-Le-Skerne Darlington

 

 

Found,

George

L/Cpl "A" 23699    

Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Skinningrove

 

 

Fowell,

J B

Pte "B" 12623    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Frain,

Anthony

Pte "A" 4/9651 21/09/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 13/08/1916 DT14091916

Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Hartlepool

 

 

Fraser,

Kenneth John

2/Lt     27/05/1918 CWGC

Citation: Gazette Issue 30901 13/09/1918 pg 10951 is Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to approve the following Award to the undermentioned, in recognition of their gallantry and devotion to duty in the Field. Awarded the Military Cross. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. This officer did good work as a leader of patrols during four days' operations. The first day he took out a patrol through heavy artillery and machine-gun fire, and obtained the exact location of the enemy. The next day, under enemy observation and machine-gun fire, he took out another patrol, bringing back definite and useful information under great difficulties. He carried out three more daylight patrols under similar circumstances.

Died in France
Cemetery: Soissons Memorial

Medal(s): MC

 

 

Fray,

Charles Henry

Pte   49836 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Son of Samuel Charles Fray, of 6, Somer Court, Falmouth, Cornwall, and the late Elizabeth Ann Fray. Res: Falmouth (Falmouth)

 

 

Frazer,

Robert

Pte   202484 08/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Res: Gateshead (Gateshead)

 

 

Freek,

Stephen

Pte "D" 12527    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Freeland,

James A

Pte "B" 25927    

Wound report 25/09/1916 DT26091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Epsom

 

 

Fremaux,

Walter

Pte "B" 43315 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Res: London (Bethnal Green)

 

 

Frisby,

Ison

L/Cpl "C" 70521    

Wound report 24/09/1918 List No.5678 NLS 1918_WList61

Leicester

 

 

Frizzell,

Fredrick J

L/Cpl "C" 26018    

Citation: MM Gazette Issue 29881 pg 2483

Wound report 09/04/1917 Gunshot wound thigh (left) Entrained Warlincourt. Detrained Rouen.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

 

Furness,

Joseph

CSM   9611 13/10/1915 CWGC

Died

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Shildon, County Durham (South Church, Bishop Auckland)

 

 

Futers,

John R

CSM "C" 12710    

Wounded 27/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Washington Station

 

 

Futers,

Albert Victor

Pte   24336 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Washington Station, County Durham (Littletown, County Durham)

 

 

Gallacher,

Herbert

Sgt "C" 17344 05/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William and Ann Gallacher, of 76, Lumley Rd., Redcar, Yorks. Native of Middlesbrough.

 

 

Gallacher,

Lawrence

Pte   32380 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

 

 

Gallagher,

Peter

Pte "B" 3/9917    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Galley,

Ralph Rowland

L/Cpl

2/LT

 

"B" 26020 22/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 23/04/1918 List No.5547 NLS 1918_WList39

Died age 27
Cemetery: Eppeville Old Churchyard

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: John Atkinson Galley and Mary Rowlands Galley, of Essex Lodge, Ravensbourne Park, London. (Born at Monkwearmouth, Sunderland).

Seniority

26-Sep-17

 

Gammon,

Albert E V

Pte "D" 25987    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ganley,

John

Cpl "D" 12741    

Wound report 30/08/1916 DT31081916 Wound report 28/11/1917 List No.5428 NLS 1917_WList18 Wound report 15/10/1917 Contusion back (W) No. 18 Ambulance Train RTU 16/10/1917 Service 3 years. Field 2 years 6 months

Died age 26

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Hendon, Sunderland

 

 

Gannon,

Joseph

Pte "D" 12740    

Missing report 31/07/1918 List No.5632 NLS 1918_WList53 wound report 29/12/1915 DT08011916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Houghton-le-Spring

 

 

Gardiner,

Ralph

Pte "B" 4/8804 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

South Shields (Sunderland)

 

 

Gardner,

William

2/Lt     24/03/1918 CWGC

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Only son of William Gardner, of 3, Newlands Crescent, Cathcart, Glasgow, and the late Ann McLean Gwynneth Gardner.

attd. 15th Bn.

 

Gargate,

Walter John

Cpl   12041 14/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 24)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Jabez and Anna Gargate, of Gateside Farm, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Co. Durham.

 

 

Garner,

Harry

Pte   70522 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Leicester (Leicester

 

 

Garnett,

Sydney

Sgt "B" 26021    

Citation: Gazette 03/091919 pg 1119 At Cauroy on 27th May, 1918, when the enemy counter attacked the line held by the battalion headquarters, he collected several runners and signallers and with marked gallantry led them forward to meet the counter attack.

Wounded and missing. 18/07/1918 List No.5621 NLS 1918_WList51

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Daresbury

 

 

Garwood,

William

Pte "B" 25928    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gatens,

John

Pte "B" 16372    

Wound report 27/09/1916 "Wounded-shock, shell" DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Jarrow

 

 

Gaughan,

Anthony

Pte "C" 20672    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 22/08/1916 DT23081916 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Blaydon-On-Tyne

 

 

Gavins,

Jim

Sgt "A" 23690 07/05/1920 CWGC

Wound Stripe

Died in United Kingdom (age 37)
Cemetery: Sheffield (Woodhouse) Cemetery

(In the same grave is buried Pte. Fred Gavins, 41373, Northumberland Fusiliers. 27th Dec., 1921. Age 35.).

Dob: Circa 1883

 

 

Gay,

John Arthur

Pte   32122 29/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 38)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of John Gay, of 63, Thornton St., Darlington, and the late Maria Gay. (Darlington)

 

 

Geach,

John

L/Sgt "A" 20801    

Wound report 24/09/1916 DT25091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gerdes,

Edwin A

Pte "D" 25004    

Citation: Gazette Issue 30364. M.M. 30/10/1917 pg 11333 Gazette Issue 30830. Bar to M.M. 02/08/1918 pg 9231

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM + Bar

Sunderland

 

 

Gettins,

William

L/Cpl "D" 20773    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gibb,

John G C

Pte "A" 12348    

Wound report 14/10/1917 Shrapnel wound buttock (right), No. 18 Ambulance Train Service 3 years, Field 2 years 6 months Wound report 15/11/1917 List No. 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16

Died age 23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gibb,

William

Pte "B" 20911 22/10/1918 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Cemetery: Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Giblin,

William

Pte   42657 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of William and Mary Giblin, of 15, Dinsdale Terrace, Ryhope Colliery, Co. Durham. Res: Ryhope (Ryhope)

 

 

Gibson,

John

Pte   11874 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres Town Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead

 

 

Gibson,

Stanley

Pte   32078 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of John and Jessie Gibson; husband of Elizabeth Welch (formerly Gibson), of 108, Herrington St., Sunderland. Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Gibson,

Ralph

Pte   4/8274 28/09/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck

Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Gilmore,

Michael

Gilmoor (Wd)

Pte "A" 9031    

Wound report 17/10/1914 ? Not previously announced as Wounded, Admitted to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. DT23111914

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gilroy,

Walter

Pte   16603    

Wound Report 03/10/1915 DT13101915

Gateshead

 

 

Gladders,

Stephen

Pte   20791 23/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Consett (Consett)

 

 

Gleathill,

R

Pte "C" 13279    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gobbett,

James Lewis Charles

Pte   43318 06/05/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse

Bethnal Green (Finstinny)

 

 

Gooch,

Samuel

Pte "C" 12685 12686 (WD)    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gordon,

Joseph

Pte "D" 12742    

Sick report 09/01/1917 Quinsy RTU 31/01/1917 (7 days light duty) 25th (Works) Battalion Service 2 years

Died age 30

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gordon,

John G

Pte "B" 12812    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gordon,

Thomas

Pte "B" 12820 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 31)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mrs. Isabella Gordon; husband of Mabel Gibson McIntosh (formerly Gordon), of 15, Wall St., Hendon, Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Gordon,

Robert Ralph Colley ?

Sgt   13053    

Citation: Gazette Issue 29873. MM 19/12/1916 pg 12443 Gazette Issue 29881. Bar to M.M. 09/03/1917 pg 2482 Gazette Issue 30135. 2nd Bar to M.M. 15/06/1917 pg 6017

Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917 Missing report 06/06/1918 List No. 5585 NLS 1918_WList45 Previously reported missing, now reported wounded and prisoner of war 17/09/1918 War Office Daily List No.5672 NLS 1918_WList60

Medal(s): MM

Gateshead

 

 

Gordon,

James

L/Cpl "D" 16371    

Wound report 05/08/1918 List No. 5560 NLS 1918_WList41 26/09/1919 Gunshot wound leg left transferred War Hospital, Sunderland. Service 3 years 7 months

Died age 30

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gouldesborough,

?

Pte "A" 23581    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Graham,

Robert

L/Cpl "C" 12649 11/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late John and Mary Ann Morrison Graham; husband of Sarah Graham, of 16, Queen's Hill St., Springburn, Glasgow. (Kilrea, Derby)

 

 

Graham,

Thomas

Pte "A" 12745    

Wound report 03/08/1915 DT20081915 Sick report 16/08/1915 Dental caries RTU 14/09/1915 Service 1 year Field 3 months

Died age 42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Graham,

Samuel

Pte "A" 17351    

Sick report 15/06/1915 Cellulitis right arm Ypres 14/06/1916. From No. 6 Ambulance Train. Transferred 19/06/1915 To Hospital Ship 19/06/1915 Boulogne. Ward K (5 Days) Service 15 Years, Field 1 Month

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Graham,

John

2/Lt     16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 32)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of John Graham, of 44, High St., Elie, Fife, and the late Helen Brown Graham. Served in the Bombay Light Horse (Volunteers).

 

 

Grant,

Charles Percy

CQMS "D" 8501    

Citation: Gazette No. 30561. MC 05/03/1918 pg 2916 (2Lt) The award was announced in the London Gazette dated 18th October, 1917, the following is a statement of service for which the Military Cross was conferred. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During an enemy counter attack he went from battalion headquarters to the foremost post and took command, forming a defensive flank were a gap had been made in the line. His prompt action prevented a whole company from being surrounded. Later, he remained in the open under continuous shell fire, gaining information as to the situation. Throughout he acted with the greatest gallantry, coolness and resource. Gazette Issue 30915. 20/09/1918 pg 11282 (Lt) Gazetted 18th October 1917. Bar to M.C. Bar to the Military Cross in recognition of his gallantry and devotion to duty in the field. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an enemy attack. Two days running this officer worked with untiring energy and zeal, rallying and encouraging men, and it was largely due to his cheering influence and personal example that whenever withdrawal was compulsory it was carried out in an orderly manner.

Wound report 11/09/1918 List No.5667 NLS 1918_WList59 (Capt) Wound report 19/09/1918 List No.5674 NLS 1918_WList60 (Capt)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Graves,

John Charles

Pte   32120 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Cockfield (Yafforth, Yorkshire )

 

 

Gray,

J

Pte "C" 15314    

Wound report 03/08/1915 DT20081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gray,

Davison Robert

Pte   32798 10/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

South Shields (Byker, Northumberland )

 

 

Gray,

W

Pte        

Wound

Pelton Fell

 

 

Grayson,

Robert

Cpl   17008    

Wound report 24/20/1915 DT03111915

Wrekenton

 

 

Grayson,

Richard

    54177          

Greaves,

Lawrence

Pte "B" 11882 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Birtley (Millom, Cumberland)

 

 

Greaves,

Andrew

L/Cpl "D" 12154 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead (Walker, Newcastle-On-Tyne)

 

 

Green,

John J

Pte "B" 12884    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 18/09/1916 Gunshot wound forearm left VIII1 Hospital Ship Asturius (1 Day) Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916 Service 2 years 1 month Field 1 year 4 months

Died age 24

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Windynook

 

 

Greener,

John

Pte "A" 9690    

Missing report 19/07/1918 NLS 1918_WList51 Released Prisoner of War from Germany, arrived in England 31/12/1918 List No.5759 NLS 1919_WList75

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Chopwell

 

 

Greenfield,

Stephen

Pte "A" 43317 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Res: Kentish town ( St Pancras)

 

 

Greenhaff,

Milson

Pte   17655 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 09/09/1916 DT09091916

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Mr. Milson Greenhaff, of 17, Co-operative Terrace, Windy Nook, Gateshead. Res: Felling (Windy Nook)

 

 

Greenslade,

Owen

Cpl "D" 12150 19/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Elizabeth Ann Greenslade, of 8, Allen Bank, Newport, Barnstaple, Devon, and the late John Greenslade. Res: Devon (Exeter)

 

 

Grey,

Martin Henry

Pte   245284 29/10/1917 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Son of Thomas and Margaret Isabella Grey, of 6, Blackwood St., Amble, Northumberland. Res: Amble (Craster)

 

 

Grier,

Henry

Pte   4/8516    

Citation: Gazette Issue 29873. Military Medal. 19/12/1916 pg 12443 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the Field.

Missing report 06/06/1918 List No. 5585 NLS 1918_WList45 Released prisoner of war from Germany, arrived in England. 05/12/918 List No.5740 NLS 1918_WList71

Medal(s): MM

NOK: Sunderland

 

 

Griffin,

William

Pte   35092 04/03/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 31)
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Son of Aaron and Eliza Anne Griffin, of Newcastle-under-Lyme; husband of Fanny Griffin, of 26, Blackwell St., Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent. Res: Stoke on Trent (Newcastle, Staffordshire)

 

 

Gulliver,

John G

Pte "D" 20442    

Sick report 23/07/1916 Entrained Frevent. Detrained Etretat. Ward L Ref 4972 RTU 24/07/1916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Gunn,

John

L/Sgt "D" 13003 09/04/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mrs. Jane Gunn, of 42, Fleming St., Gateshead-on-Tyne. Res: Gateshead-On-Tyne (Deptford, London)

 

 

Guthrie,

Forster

Pte   11947 01/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead

 

 

Guthrie,

Charles

Cpl   16369 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound stripe 12/08/1915

Died in France
Cemetery: Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt

 

 

Hagen,

Charles

Pte   12890 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Sanctuary Wood Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Felling Shore (Felling-On-Tyne, Durham)

 

 

Hague,

George

Pte   37242 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Tigris Lane Cemetery, Wancourt

Darlington (Sunderland)

 

 

Hailes,

A

Pte "C" 9424    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hall,

A

Pte "A" 12107    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hall,

Mark

Pte "D" 10270 (WD) 26/08/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Stanley, Durham (North Shields)

 

 

Hall,

Thomas Stewart

Pte   12049 16/12/1915 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Born Edinburgh. Son of William and Jessie Hope Stewart Hall, of 70, Stone St., Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Leith)

 

 

Hall,

William

Pte "A" 12391    

Missing report 14/06/1918 List No.5592 NLS 1918_WList46

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hall,

Norman B

Sgt "C" 19292    

Wound report 07/03/1916 Bayonet wound flesh, Ambulance Train No 19 to Hospital Ship St Dennis, Ref: T2062 Ward Quai, (1 Day) Service 1 year Field 9 months

Died age 34

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hall,

Robert

L/Cpl "A" 20587    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hall,

Joseph Jobling

Sgt "B" 20706 19/10/1916 CWGC

Wound report 13/01/1916 DT24011916 Wound report 27/09/1916 Wounded-shock, shell" DT28091816

Died in United Kingdom (age 33)
Cemetery: Sunderland (Bishopwearmouth) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of George and Susannah Hall; husband of Annie Hall, of 23, Howick St., Monkwearmouth, Sunderland. (Born in Sunderland).

 

 

Hall,

John R

L/Cpl "B" 25932    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hall,

Charles

Pte "D" 25992 08/06/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died age 27
Cemetery: Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Cheltenham, (Swindon, Cheltenham, Gloucester)

 

 

Hall,

George

Pte   3/27138 03/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 37)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Ann B. Hall, of 25, Athol Rd., Sunderland. (Sunderland, Durham)

 

 

Hall,

William

Pte   4/7332 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 07/10/1915 DT18101915

Died in France (age 32)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Edward and Margaret Hall, of 4, Grosvenor St., Gateshead, Co. Durham. (Newcastle)

 

 

Hall,

Joseph E

L/Cpl   4/9727 26/08/1919 CWGC

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 (PTE)

Died age 37
Cemetery: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (All Saints) Cemetery

Husband of Sarah Hall, of 59, Gosforth St., Shieldfield, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Res: Sunderland

 

 

Hall,

Joseph

L/Cpl "B" 4/9727 26/08/1919 CWGC

Wound Stripe 27/09/1917

Died in United Kingdom (age 37)
Cemetery: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (All Saints) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Sarah Hall, of 59, Gosforth St., Shieldfield, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

 

 

Hall,

Thomas

Pte   9513 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 19/09/1915 DT20091915 (2nd Bn)

Died in France (age 30)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Archibald and Mary Hall, of 192, Palmerston St., South Shields. (South Shields)

 

 

Hamilton,

George William

Pte "C" 4/9729 28/08/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Broomside

 

 

Hands,

John William

Pte   42697 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Handy,

Henry

L/Cpl "D" 9405 18/03/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wounded 30/08/1915 DT16091915 Wounded 02/04/1916 DT03041916

Died in France
Cemetery: Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No.1

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead (Boldon Colliery, Sunderland)

 

 

Handy,

George

Cpl "D" 9741 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 29)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Miles and Anne Handy, of Dunstan-on-Tyne; husband of Isabella Handy, of 62, Charlotte St., Wallsend-on-Tyne, Northumberland. Res Wallsend (Boldon, Dounty Durham)

 

 

Hanley,

Charles

Pte "D" 11513    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hannah,

Matthew

Pte   12081 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Durham (Durham)

 

 

Hannant,

John George

Pte   41768 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Son of James and Emma Elizabeth Hannant, of Matlaske, Aldborough, Norfolk. Res: Nottingham (Matlake, Norfolk)

 

 

Harbottle,

Richard

Pte   20846 20848 (WD) 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111915

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Michael Robson Harbottle and Jane Harbottle, of Fell View, The Whaggs, Whickham, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

 

 

Hardcastle,

John

Pte   231386 14/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Wancourt British Cemetery

Son of George and Aggie Leake Hardcastle, of Red House, Eske, Beverley, Yorks. Res: Eske Ticklow, Beverley (Newbald, Yorkshire)

 

 

Hardy,

Alexander

Pte "C" 12966    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hardy,

James

Pte "B" 20851 21/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/04/1918 List No.5551 NLS 1918_WList39 Previously reported wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 14/06/1918 List No.5592 NLS 1918_WList46

Died age 21
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Mr. and Mrs. James Hardy, of 2, School St., Kimblesworth, Durham. Res: Chester-le-Street (Sacriston, County Durham)

 

 

Hare,

James William

Cpl "A" 12790    

Wound report 13/01/1916 DT24011916 Wound report 07/02/1916 IX4 right thigh fracture right femur, amputation upper severe Transfer 04/02/1916 Elvedor 02/01/1916 Ward No 2 Service 1 Year Field 9 months

Died age 23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hare,

Alexander L

Pte "C" 15035    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Harper,

Charles Henry

Pte "B" 43142 01/10/1918  

Killed in Action Wound report 06/01/1917 (WD) 06/02/1917 DT07021917 Wound report 09/04/1917 Gunshot wound thigh (left), shoulder. Trip No 77 Entrained Warlincourt. Detrained Rouen. Ward D, RTU 10/04/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Harries,

Gilbert James St. Clair

2Lt     24/08/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 34)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of the late Albert Harries, of Carmarthen.

 

 

Harrington,

William John

L/Cpl "C" 20395 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of James Harrington, of 19, Clarence St., Bowburn, Coxhoe, Co. Durham, and the late Isabell M. Harrington. Res: Bowburn, Durham (Durham)

 

 

Harrington,

George William

A/CSM   6742    

Citation: Gazette Issue 29275. 24/08/1915 pg 8511 Medal of St George, 2nd Class. His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Russia has been graciously pleased to confer, with the approval of His Majesty the King, the reward for gallantry and distinguished service in the Field. (2nd Battalion) Gazette Issue 01/04/1915 (2nd Battalion) Gazette Issue 30364. M.M. 30/10/1917 pg 113344 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the Field. (Tank Corps) Gazette issue 31446. Mentioned in Despatches. 08/07/1919 pg 8744 (Tank Corps)

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Not previously announced as Wounded 22/10/1914 Admitted to 4th Northern General Hospital, Lincoln. DT24111914

 

 

Harrison,

Thomas B

Pte "A" 9754    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Missing report 11/05/1918 List No.5563 NLS 1918_WList41

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Newcastle-on-Tyne

Attached Trench Mortar Battery

 

Harrison,

William

Pte "C" 10193    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Harrison,

A

Pte "C" 15332    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Harrison,

Christopher

Pte "B" 23107 24/08/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded Gunshot wound, wrist left. Self Inflicted Wound Accidental. 07/10/1916 36 Casualty Clearing Station. To No. 26 Ambulance Train. 1 Year 8 months with unit Wound Stripe awarded 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Died age 19 21/09/1916 21 24/08/1918
Cemetery: Vis-En-Artois Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

SON OF CHRIS. HARRISON, OF 5, HIGH BOYNE ST., RISE CARR, DARLINGTON, CO. DURHAM.

 

 

Harrison,

Robert

Pte "A" 23666    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Craghead

 

 

Harrison,

Albert

Pte "C" 11939 18/07/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wounded 15/08/1916 DT16081916

Died in France
Cemetery: Habarcq Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead (Gateshead)

 

 

Harrison,

Thomas

Pte   20853 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Bedford House Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Dipton (Tanfield, County Durham)

 

 

Harrison,

Wilfred Ebenezer

Pte   42700 05/05/1917 CWGC

Died in France (age 33)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Husband of Mary Harrison, of 1, William St., Bishop Auckland, Co. Durham.

 

 

Hart,

James Edward

Cpl "B" 9770 3/9770 3-9770 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 06/10/1916 DT07101916 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Previously reported wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 10/10/1917 Daily List No.5386 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of James and Sarah Hart, of 386, High St., Jarrow-on-Tyne. Res: Jarrow, County Durham (Jarrow, County Durham)

 

 

Hartill,

Frank

Pte "D" 12824    

Wound report 20/07/1918 List No.5623 NLS 1918_WList51

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Wingate

 

 

Harvey,

John G

Pte "C" 20838    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Dipton

 

 

Hatton,

Thomas

Cpl "D" 10956    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Haveron,

James

Pte   36835 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Charles and Martha Haveron, of 20, Ellison Square, Gateshead; husband of May Inness (formerly Haveron, of 25, Ellison Square, Gateshead). Res: Gateshead-On-Tyne (Gateshead-On-Tyne)

 

 

Hawkins,

James

Pte   31555 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Gateshead (Gateshead)

 

 

Hawkshaw,

James

Sgt "C" 11894    

Wound report 14/09/1916 DT15091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Chopwell

 

 

Hawkshaw,

Charles

Pte "D" 18452    

Sick report 15/06/1915 Cellulitis right arm Ypres 14/06/1916. From No. 6 Ambulance Train. Transferred 19/06/1915 To Hospital Ship 19/06/1915 Boulogne. Ward K (5 Days) Service 15 Years, Field 1 Month

Died age 34

 

 

Hawkshaw,

J

Sgt "C" 2140    

Sick report 25/06/1916 Pyrexia of unknown origin,No 23 Ambulance Train 8647 Convalescent Depot 29/06/1916 (5 Days) Service 20 years, Field 1 year 2 months

Died age 42

 

 

Hayes,

Henry George

Pte   3/26023 23/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Poperinghe New Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Charles Edward and Florence Eleanor Hayes, of Westminster, London.

 

 

Hayton,

John

Pte "D" 8778    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Reported as Prisoner of War in lists received from the German Government. 15/11/1918 List No.5723 NLS 1918_WList68

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Willington

 

 

Heath,

Ernest

Pte   49876 14/05/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty

5a Parker Rd Croydon. Croydon (Camberwell )

 

 

Heaton,

James

Pte   44034 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 09/10/1917 No 5385 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Wigan, Lancashire (Wigan, Lancashire)

 

 

Heaviside,

John Harold

Cpl   17022 20/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Youngest son of William and Mary Walker Heaviside. Born 7, West View, Templetown, Consett, Co. Durham. Res: Consett, Durham (Consett, Durham)

 

 

Heaviside,

Arthur Ernest

Cpl   17023    

Wound report 30/06/1915 DT17071915 Medical report 27/09/1915 Ref: 7036 Gunshot wound head Discharged from hospital 28/01/1916. Bethnal Green Military Hospital. London. Service 1 year, Field 4 months

Died age 30

 

 

Heavisides,

Michael

Pte "D" 4/9720    

Wound report 13/10/1915 DT23101915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hebdon,

Norman

Pte "D" 27023 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 17)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Thorp Hebdon and Mary Hebdon, of 41, Victoria Terrace, Catchgate, Annfield Plain, Co. Durham. Res: Annfield Plain, Consett, County Durham (Annfield Plain, Consett, County Durham)

 

 

Hedley,

George

Pte "D" 20184    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hedley,

Thomas

Pte   4/8476 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers

Sunderland

 

 

Henaghan,

Bryen

Pte   42629 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: South Shields (South Shields)

 

 

Henderson,

A G

Pte "D" 11898    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Henderson,

Andrew

Pte "C" 12185 09/08/1918 - 10/08/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 13/09/1916 DT14091916

Died age 28
Cemetery: Gonnehem British Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Andrew and Mary Henderson, of 57, Monkton Rd., Jarrow-on-Tyne. Res: Jarrow-On-Tyne (Jarrow, Durham)

 

 

Henderson,

Fred

Pte "C" 24253    

Wound report 04/08/1915 DT21081915 Wound report 13/09/1916 DT14091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Alnwick

 

 

Henderson,

James

Pte   12001 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 32)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Catherine Henderson of 10, Wellington Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Res: Newcastle, (Lanchester)

 

 

Henderson,

Albert Glendenning

Pte   12281 25/09/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Trois Arbres Cemetery, Steenwerck

Son of Robert and Margaret Henderson, of Darlington; husband of Hannah Henderson, of 41, Oliver Gescent, Council Houses, Birtley, Co. Durham. Res: Birtley, (Consett)

 

 

Henderson,

John

Pte "B" 3/9445 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Influenza 13/05/1916 Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in France (age 29 (1916))
Cemetery: Hibers Trench Cemetery, Wancourt

Newcastle-On-Tyne (Gateshead)

 

 

Henry,

Edward

Pte "B" 10425 23/07/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Henry,

Thomas

Sgt "A" 13153    

Wound report 17/06/1916 DT18091916 (LCPL) Wound report 18/01/1918 List No. 5469 NLS 1918_Wlist25 (SGT)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Felling-on-Tyne

 

 

Hepworth,

Thomas

Pte "D" 11771 17/10/1918  

Citation: Gazette Issue 30364. M.M 30/10/1917 pg 11334

Killed in Action Sick report 13/07/1916 Scabies No 27 Ambulance Train 15255 to No 39 General Hospital 25/07/1916 (13 Days) age 21 Service 1 year Field 1 month Sick report 07/08/1915 Influenza slight Etaples Infantry Base Depot 16/08/1915 Ward D (10 Days) age 20 Wound report 27/04/1918 Daily List No.5551 NLS 1918_WList39 Wound report 03/12/1918 Daily List No.5738 NLS 1918_WList71

Died age 23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Parents: Joe and Martha Ann Hepworth, of 7, Galbraith Terrace, Trimdon Grange, Co. Durham. (Hartlepool)

 

 

Hepworth,

John William

Cpl "A" 11872 24/08/1917 CWGC

Citation: Gazette 29827 14/11/1916 pg 11140

Killed in Action Wound Report Gunshot wound IX (1) left knee, slight. Self-inflicted. Arras 16/11/1916 - 35 Infantry Base Depot 18/12/1916 Wound report 06/10/1916 DT07101916

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): MM

Gateshead (South Shields)

 

 

Herries,

Fred

Lt     19/12/1917 CWGC

Died age 23
Cemetery: Nine Elms British Cemetery

Son of Andrew Hogg Herries and Isabella Fortune Herries, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Northumberland Fusiliers Corporal 5495 3rd Bn. Border Regiment attd. Durham Light Infantry

 

Heslop,

Reginald Hall

Pte   12293 14/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William George and Louisa Heslop, of 119, Davidson St., Gateshead. (West Hartlepool)

 

 

Heslop,

Charles W

Cpl "C" 20844    

Wound report 27/05/1918 List No.5576 NLS 1918_WList44 Wound report 04/10/1915 DT14101915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead

 

 

Hewett,

Herbert

Pte "D" 26093 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Herbert and Louisa Hewett, of Barking, Essex; husband of Alice Benson (formerly Hewett), of 1, Perth Rd., Barking, Essex. Res: Barking, London (Barking, London)

 

 

Hewitson,

William

Pte   31989 16/09/1916 CWGC

Wound report 16/10/1915 DT26101915 Wound report 29/08/1916 DT30081916

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Husband of Emily Annie Hewitson, of 4, Derby St., West Hartlepool.

 

 

Hickson,

Jason

         

Wound

Gatehead

 

 

Hilder,

Joseph H

Pte "D" 24309    

Wound report 09/11/1916 DT10111916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

North Shields

 

 

Hill,

Harry

Pte   202506 23/08/1917 CWGC

Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Charles William Hill, of 34, Dunton St., Leicester.

 

 

Hill,

Roland

Pte "C" 26024    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: London

 

 

Hill,

Edwin

Pte   52697 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 01/04/1917 Shrapnel wound III neck, Transferred Transferred to furlough RTU 13/04/1917 Service 1 year 4 months, Field 4 months

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: West Kilburn, London (North West) (Tottenham, Middlesex)

 

 

Hills,

Percy

Pte

(Sig)

"A" 12388 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Percy and Margaret Hills, of 7, Thomas St., Monkwearmouth, Sunderland. (Newcastle-on-Tyne)

 

 

Hindman,

T

L/Cpl "D" 20737    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hindmarsh,

Frederick

Pte "D" 42701 20/09/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 36)
Cemetery: Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt

Son of John and Amy Hindmarsh, of 31, Outram St., Darlington.

 

 

Hines,

Austin

2LT     15/12/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Hines, of Sunderland, Co. Durham.

 

 

Hirst,

Harry Lawrence

Pte   32645 27/09/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded 27/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Messines Ridge British Cemetery

Meltham (Meltham, Yorkshire)

 

 

Hoare,

H R

Cpl "C" 25934    

Sick report 01/02/1916 Dental caries Ref: 2348 RTU 10/02/1916 Service 13 years Field 6 months

Died age 37

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hodges,

John W

Pte "A" 36588    

Wounded 07/01/1917 (WD) Wound report 30/04/1918 List No. 5553 NLS 1918_WList40 Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hodgson,

John

Pte   17020 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 14/11/1916 DT15111916 Missing report 09/10/1917 List No.5385 NLS 1917_WList11 Previously reported missing, now reported killed 01/11/1917 List No. 5405 NLS 1917_Wlist14

Died in Belgium (age 29)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Mrs. Ann Hodgson, of 4, Renny's Lane, Gilesgate Moor, Co. Durham. Res: Gilesgate Moor, Durham (Sherburn, Durham)

 

 

Hodgson,

George William

Pte   27691 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded 16/09/1916 Wounded & Missing report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Wound Stripe 19/11/1916 DT20111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Easington Colliery West Hartlepool (West Cornforth, Durham )

 

 

Hodgson,

Anthony

Pte   28356 20/12/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Poelcapelle British Cemetery

Son of Anthony and Christiana Hodgson, of 150, Canon Cockin St., Hendon, Sunderland.

 

 

Hogg,

William A

Pte "D" 9745    

Wound report 19/09/1916 DT20091916 Wound report 26/01/1917 DT27011917 Medical report 24/07/1917 Ref: 5976 Abscess Right Leg 139th Field Ambulance Transferred 24/07/1917 41st Divisional Rest Station RTU 29/07/1917 Service 2 years 11 months, Field 1 month

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Blaydon-On-Tyne

 

 

Hogg,

Edward

Pte "D" 24260    

Medical report 16/04/1917 Ref: T2438 Left inguinal hernia, Transferred to furlough, RTU 20/08/1917 Service 2 years 7 months Field 1 year 8 months

Died age 23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hogg,

James

Pte   42590 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: South Shields (South Shields)

 

 

Holden,

T

Pte "B" 17571    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Holden,

Robert

Pte "C" 23591    

Wound report 29/12/1915 DT08011916 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Medical report 24/07/1918 Ref: T46807, 12041 Fractured radius (left). S. From 64th Field Ambulance. No. 2 Ambulance Train.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Holden,

Jullien

Pte "B" 43284    

Wounded 06/02/1917 DT07021917 Missing report 04/06/1918 List No. 5583 NLS 1918_WList45 Previously reported missing, now reported prisoner of war. 24/09/1918 List No.5678 NLS 1918_WList61 Prisoner report 04/04/1918 Ref: PA 21551 Captured at Hesbecourt 22/03/1918, Transferred from Western Front to Munster II, Manchester Regiment 2/9th Battalion "C" Coy ICRC Archives

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Denholme, Near Bradford, Yorkshire (Denholme, Near Bradford, Yorkshire)

Dob: 29/05/1896

 

 

Holland,

Robert

CSM "A" 12583 17/12/1917 CWGC

Citation: Gazette 30188 17/07/1917 pg 7280

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Nine Elms British Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Durham (Spennymoor, Durham )

 

 

Hollis,

P

Pte "C" 17377    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hollis,

James

Pte "B" 26027    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Coseley

 

 

Holmes, Ernest R

L/Cpl "C" 12963    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Holt,

Harry

Pte   24005 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 02/11/1916 DT03111916

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Son of the late William Henry and Margaret Holt, of Blackburn. Res: Blackburn (Oldham)

 

 

Holton,

Fredrick

Pte "D" 23144    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hooks,

John G

Sgt "C" 11385    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hookway,

Charles

Pte "D" 3/26026    

Wound report 20/105/1918 List No.5570 NLS 1918_WList43 Sick report 29/05/1916 Abscess of connective tissue left groin Ref: 11201 Arras 24/05/1916. From No. 10 Ambulance Train. To Hospital Ship Calais. Ward D (22 Days) Service 1 year, Field 9 months

Died age 19

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Seven Kings

 

 

Hoole,

William

L/Cpl "D" 16384    

Citation: Gazette 20/10/1916 pg 10201 DCM For conspicuous gallantry (Delville Wood 27th August 1916), in carrying messages under heavy fire. He also carried in a dangerously wounded man through a heavily shelled area.

Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DCM

 

 

Hoole,

James (Jason)

Pte   12819    

Wound report 24/07/1915 DT26071915

Casualty in the Expeditionary Force reported from Base under the date 8th July: wounded" on the Casualty Lists issued by the War Office from 24th and 25th July 1915.

Wound report 23/08/1917  List No.5345 NLS 1917_WList04

Wound report 27/07/1917 Ref: T28774 (20th Bn?)

Shrapnel wounds leg left, compound fracture. Via 139th Field Ambulance. To No.4 Ambulance Train.

Servive 2 years, field 1 year 6 months

Aged 29

 

 

Wheatley Hill

Hopps,

Arthur

Pte   31990 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: New Shildon, Durham (New Shildon, Durham)

 

 

Hornby,

William

Pte "C" 14734    

Wound report 14/01/1918 Daily List No. 5465 NLS 1918_Wlist25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Howden,

John Edward

Pte "B" 43285 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of Edward and Julia Howden, of Flaxley Lodge Cottages, Selby, Yorks.

 

 

Hucklebridge,

George William

Pte   42699 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 09/10/1917 No 5385 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 34)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Elizabeth Smith (formerly Hucklebridge), of 7, West Terrace, Waterhouses, Co. Durham, and the late George William Hucklebridge. (Southampton)

 

 

Hudson,

Albert E

Pte "B" 26029    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hudson,

William Arthur.

Pte "A" 25933 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Zantvoorde British Cemetery

Son of Mrs. C. Rees, of 7, Potters Hill, Aston, Birmingham. (Nechell, Birmingham)

 

 

Huggup,

Winlow

Pte "A" 9722 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Wound report 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Beamish

 

 

Hughes,

John

L/Cpl "B" 21089    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hughes,

Walter Henry

Pte   43319 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Hackney Road (North East)

 

 

Hull,

Isaih M

Pte "D" 20666    

Wound report 04/05/1918 List No. 5557 NLS 1918_WList40 Missing 15/07/1918 List No.5618 NLS 1918_WList51 Released Prisoner of War from Germany, arrived in England 07/01/1919 List No.5765 NLS 1919_WList76

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Burnopfield

 

 

Hulley,

George

Pte "D" 9621    

Wound report, Not previously announced as Wounded 17/10/1914, Admitted to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. DT23111914

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hullock,

John

Pte   4/10426 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Liverpool, (Liverpool)

 

 

Hunt,

Reginald Thomas Headley

2Lt     12/04/1918 CWGC

Wound report 01/05/1918 List No. 5554 NLS 1918_WList40

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ploegsteert Memorial

 

 

Hunter,

A

Pte "B" 11968    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hunter,

Alexander

Pte   11962 21/05/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Agny Military Cemetery

Newcastle (Newcastle)

 

 

Hunter,

John Demster

Pte   43353 14/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Wancourt British Cemetery

Son of John and Mary Hunter, of 5, Atkinson Terrace, Wallsend-on-Tyne, Northumberland.

 

 

Huntley,

Arthur

L/Cpl "A" 21367    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Dawdon

 

 

Huntley,

William Alfred

Pte   43321 13/02/1917 CWGC

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Son of John and Ellen Huntley; husband of Lilian Huntley, of 96, Kennington Park Rd., London. Born at Bradford-on-Avon. Res

 

 

Hurley,

William

Pte "A" 4/9737    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hurst,

James A

Sgt "C" 9172    

Wound report 13/08/1916 Gunshot wound shoulder Entrained Vecquemont. Detrained Rouen. Trip 17. Ward M RTU 14/08/1916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hurworth,

John

Pte   13438 26/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Chester-Le-Street

 

 

Hutchinson,

Rodger M

Pte "D" 10510    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hutchinson,

Thomas

Pte "A" 11819 16/09/1916 CWGC

killed in Action Missing report 06/1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Gateshead (Gateshead)

 

 

Hutchinson,

Robert

Pte   42723 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/1916 DT07111916 Missing report 16/09/1916 British Expeditionary Force Renewed Enquiry

Died in France (age 34)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of George and Sarah Hutchinson, of 3, Bridge St., Crook, Co. Durham. Res: Crook (Crook)

 

 

Hutton,

Arthur

L/Cpl "B" 15347    

Citation: Gazette Issue 29881 09/03/1917 & 30/10/1918 pg 2483 MM For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in rushing and capturing a post containing six of the enemy, thus allowing the company to continue its advance. Later, with his company commander, two machine-guns in action were located. They worked round and rushed them, the gunners surrendering."

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hutton,

Thomas

Pte "C" 4/8511    

Wound report 21/03/1916 DT22031916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Hymers,

Joseph

Pte "D" 8873    

Wounded 14/09/1918 List No.5670 NLS 1918_WList59

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Bishop Auckland

 

 

Ibitson,

John George

Private   201449 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Thomas and Eliza Ibitson, of 15, Union St., Darlington; husband of Sarah Jane Ibitson. (St. Luke'S, Darlington )

 

 

Ievers,

Walter Robert

Private "B"  21481 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Hibers Trench Cemetery, Wancourt

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Born in Co. Carlow. Son of Edwin and Annie Ievers, of Ballyanne House, New Ross, Co. Wexford.

 

 

Iliff,

Eric

Corporal   42730 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France (age 18)
Cemetery: A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers

Only son of Harold and Edith Mary Iliff, of Cleadon, Sunderland.

 

 

Ingram,

C F

Pte "C" 15187    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ingram,

Charles F

Pte "C" 26096    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sway

 

 

Ingram,

Pte "D"  1600    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

ATTACHED

 

Ingram,

Fredrick J

Arm

SSgt

  A/1600       Army Ordnance Corps Armourer Staff Serjeant   

Inkster,

Thomas

Pte "A" 8338    

Wound report 02/11/1916 DT03111916 Sick report 03/12/1917 Keratitis right eye Hospital Ship Grantully Castle 13/12/1917 ref MH106_984 15200A Service 5 years, Field 10 weeks

Died age 27

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Irvine,

Charles Eskine

Pte "D" 3/10059 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Charles and Georgina Irvine, of 91, Fleming St., Gateshead. (Edinburgh )

 

 

Irwin,

Andrew W

Pte "C" 12054    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 (MGC)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Chopwell

 

 

Irwin,

Albert

Cpl   20739 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound Report 20/09/1916 Shell Shock DT21091916

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John William and Charlotte Elizabeth Irwin, of Sunderland; husband of Barbara Alice Irwin, of 3, Covent Garden St., Sunderland.

 

 

Irwin,

Isaac

Pte "D" 3/7180 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Southwick, Sunderland (Southwick, Sunderland)

 

 

Jackson,

J W

Pte "A" 9767    

Medical report T1042a Bronchitis 04/09/1916 Transferred to furlough RTU 19/09/1916 Service 2 years Field 1 year 1 month

Died age 30

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Jackson,

Samuel (Simeon)

Pte "B" 12272    

Wound report 18/02/1917 Shell Shock DT19021917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Jackson,

Lewis

Pte "A" 25945    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Jackson,

Harry

Pte "D" 202503 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10 Wound report 23/10/1916 DT24101916 (4315)

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Harry and Jane Jackson, of 4, Gauntlett St. Middlesbrough.

 

 

Jackson,

John Robert

Pte   4/8319 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded 10/09/1915 DT11091915

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland (Southwick, Sunderland )

 

 

Jackson,

J

         

Wound

Dudley Colliery

 

 

Jackson,

William

Pte   35540 23/08/1917 CWGC

Wound report 28/09/1917 List No.5376 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 10/10/1917 List No.5386 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Hooge Crater Cemetery

Son of John and Susannah Jackson; husband of Edith Jackson, of 34, Lansdowne Rd., Sheffield. (Sheffield)

Dob: 1886

 

 

Jacques,

Pte "D" 10178    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Jacques,

Arthur

    245322    

Medical report 17/10/1917 Ref: 187 Shrapnel wound leg left No. 26 Ambulance Train Service 1 Year 2 months, 7 Months RTU 18/10/1917 Wound report 15/11/1917 List No. 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16

Died age 19

Middleton

 

 

James,

Thomas

L/Cpl   11983 23/01/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

St. John's, Newcastle (Gateshead)

 

 

James,

John

Pte "B" 4/9765    

Wound report 19/09/1916 DT20091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Langley Park (

 

 

James,

Walter

Capt     25/06/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Bedford House Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Walter James and Lady Campbell, of Elvaston Hall, Ryton-on-Tyne; husband of Isalde Mary James, of 59, Warwick Square, Westminster, London.

 

 

James,

Wilfred Rowland

Lt     16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

23rd Bn. attd.

Son of the late Edward S. James and of Clara James, of 63, Westbourne Grove, North Ormesby, Middlesbrough, formerly of Stockton-on-Tees.

Jamson,

Arthur

Pte   12759 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 32)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Thomas and Susannah Jamson, of 1, Gladstone St., Darlington. (Richmond, Yorkshire)

 

 

Jefferson,

William

Pte "C" 17756    

Wound report 20/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Stanley, Durham

 

 

Jeffrey,

R?

Pte "A" 26030    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Jeffrey,

Joseph Joshua

Pte   4/9764 26/09/1915 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Joshua and Mary Jeffrey, of Consett, Co. Durham. Res Blackhill (Consett, County Durham)

 

 

Jenkins,

William Atkinson

Pte   245291 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 28/09/1917 List No.5376 NLS 1917_WList09 Previously reported wounded, now reported Killed 10/10/1917 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Perth Cemetery (China Wall)

Son of Alice Smith (formerly Jenkins), of 29, Bestwood Park, Clay Cross, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, and the late John Jenkins. Born at Newcastle-on-Tyne.

 

 

Jenkinson,

William John

Pte   202497 09/12/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 36)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of John and Leah Jenkinson, of "Field View," Penzer St., Kingswinford, Dudley. ( Kingswinford (Stafford)

 

 

Jennings,

James J

Pte "B" 11786    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Newcastle

 

 

Jerwood,

John Hugh

Mjr     21/03/1918 CWGC

Citation: Distinguished Service 18/10/1917 pg 10709 Gazette No. 30561. Military Cross. 18th October, 1917, pg 2920 the following is a statement of service for which the Military Cross was conferred. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He maintained his position, regardless of withdrawals on his right and left and of the fact that the enemy had penetrate the line on both his flanks. He displayed a coolness and fearlessness which inspired all ranks with confidence.

Wound report 15/11/1915 DT22111915

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Medal(s): MC

Son of the Rev. Canon T.F. Jerwood and Mrs. Jerwood, of Little Bowden Rectory, Market Harborough; husband of Cecilia L'Estrange Fawcett (formerly Jerwood), of 3, Paulton's Square, Chelsea, London.

 

 

Jessop,

Robert Carr

Pte   245290 16/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 No 5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

 

 

Jewitt,

John James

Pte   26221 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Stockfield-On-Tyne (Stockfield-On-Tyne )

 

 

Jobling,

Stanley

Pte "A" 20678    

Wound report 13/05/1918 List No.5564 NLS 1918_WList42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Gateshead

 

 

Jobson,

Robert

Pte   73045 22/03/1918 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound report 18/02/1918 List No. 5495 NLS 1918_WList30

Died in France
Cemetery: Roye New British Cemetery

Res: South Shields (South Shields)

15th Bn. (formerly )

 

Johnson,

Joseph G

Pte "D" 11986    

Medical report 12/10/1917 Ref: T37490 Nothing abnormal detected. Contusion arm. RTU 14/10/1917 Wound report 27/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 25/05/1918 List No.5575 NLS 1918_WList43 Service 2 years, Field 2 years

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Hunsworth - Wakefield

 

 

Johnson,

John P

Pte

"A"

"C"

12096    

Medical report 06/05/1916 Ref: T5337, Myalgia, Ambulance Train XI, Convalescent Camp. (2 Days) RTU 07/05/1916 Previously reported wounded now reported not wounded 06/05/1916 DT08051916 Previously reported missing, now reported Prisoner of War in German hands 29/10/1917 List No. 5402 NLS 1917_Wlist14

Died age 33

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Ferry Hill, Durham

 

 

Johnson,

Percy

Pte "A" 12404    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Johnson,

J

Pte "C" 12757    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Johnson,

Aaron

Pte "D" 16526    

Medical report 17/09/1916 Ref: 17987 Gun shot wound leg IX1, Hospital Ship Asturius. Ward Quai RTU 17/09/1916 Service 2 years, Field 13 months Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead

 

 

Johnson,

W

Pte "C" 20902    

Wound report 20/01/1916 DT31011916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Johnson,

James

Sgt "D" 18429 07/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 38)
Cemetery: Ypres Reservoir Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Allan and Christina Johnson, of Sunderland; husband of Angela Johnson, of 17, St. Mark's Rd., Sunderland.

 

 

Johnson,

George

Pte   43260 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 34)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Son of George and Annie Johnson; husband of Gertrude Johnson, of 5, Brickyard Cottage, North Ferriby, Hull.

 

 

Johnston,

John

Pte   44224 26/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Birr Cross Roads Cemetery

Res: Glasgow (Gorbals)

 

 

Jones,

William

L/Cpl "B" 15062    

Wounded 27/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09 11/05/1918 NLS 1918_WList41

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Easington Colliery

 

 

Jones,

Edward

Pte "C" 20850    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Jones,

Ernest

Pte "B" 23110    

Wounded 02/11/1916 DT03111916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Monkwearmouth

 

 

Jones,

George

Pte "D" 12660 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded 01/12/1915 DT11121915

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Dawdon (Seaham Harbour)

 

 

Jones,

John Benjamin

Pte   4/9768 30/08/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wounded 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in France
Cemetery: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe

Castle Eden Blackhall Colliery (Aberdare, County Merthyr )

 

 

Jones,

Thomas Beriah

Pte   44030 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 No 5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Ammanford, Carmarthen (Ammanford, Carmarthen )

 

 

Jordan,

James

Pte   22710 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 19/11/1915 DT29111915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Felling Shore, Durham (Felling Shore, Durham)

 

 

Jordan,

William

Pte   25306 16/09/1916 CWGC

Citation: Gazette issue no 29827 M.M. - 14/11/1916 pg 11140 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the field to the undermentioned Non-Commissioned Officers and Men.

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Dundee, Forfar (Dundee, Forfar)

 

 

Joyce,

Martin

Pte "C" 8531    

Medical report 18/09/1916 Ref: 18412 Gun shot wound leg IX1, Hospital Ship Asturius. (1 Day) Service 4 years, Field 15 months

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Julian,

William John

Pte   31959 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Wounded and now missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

South Shields, Durham (South Shields, Durham )

 

 

Kane,

Thomas J

CSgt "C" 18445    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Kay,

Thomas

Pte   12641 13/08/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Cemetery: Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension

Res: Newcastle (Byker, Northumberland)

 

 

Kay,

Thomas

Pte "C" 20977    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Kay,

William Lommax

Pte "A" 26131    

Wound report 05/11/1915 DT15111915 Previously reported Missing, now reported not Missing 15/10/1915 DT25101915 Medical report 17/10/1915 Ref: 6637 Contusion back, Ypres 25/09/1915. No.22 Ambulance Train, Hospital Ship Calais 24/10/1915 Ward Q (8 Days)

Died age 19

 

 

Kay,

Thomas

Pte "B" 12641 13/08/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Newcastle

 

 

Kears,

Edward

Pte "B" 15064    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Thornley Colliery

 

 

Kearton,

Joseph W

L/Cpl "A" 8460    

Wound report 18/09/1916 DT19091916 Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Keating,

Timothy S

CQMS   11906 10/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Achicourt Road Cemetery, Achicourt

Medal(s): MM

Husband of Mrs. Keating, of 67, White Elm St., St. Clement's, Ipswich. (Hoseton, Middlesx )

 

 

Keats,

John

Cpl "A" 12402    

Wound report 19/09/1916 DT20091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Middlesbrough

 

 

Keenan,

James

Cpl "C" 20208    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Keenan,

Francis

Pte   31994 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium (age 35)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of John and Hannah Keenan, of 1, Queen's Terrace, Port Clarence, Co. Durham. (Newport, Yorkshire)

 

 

Kellet,

John

Pte   34541 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

South Bank, Middlesbrough (Monoghan, Ireland )

 

 

Kelly,

Albert

Pte "A" 21472    

Wound report 20/10/1915 Reports refer to 10th October 1915. DT20101915 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Medical report 12/08/1916 Ref: 825 Scabies, Transferred from 1/1st South Midland Casualty Clearing Station. Ward Camp RTU 29/08/1916 (18 Days) Service 2 years Field 1 year 3 months

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Kelly,

John E

Pte "B" 36602    

Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Sunderland

 

 

Kelly,

Peter

Pte   26627 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Previously reported wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 10/10/1917 List No.5386 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Felix and Elizabeth Kelly, of 8, Rigg St., Carlisle. Res: Newcastle (Carlise)

 

 

Kelly,

Thomas

Pte "A" 3/11985    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Kelly,

John T

Sgt "D" 9171    

Wound report 14/09/1916 DT15091916 Medical report 14/10/1917 Ref: T37478 Not yet diagnosed nervous Tranfered sick convoy 12/10/1917 (Not yet diagnosed exhaustion originally written in Disease column crossed through on source) . New Zealand Stationary Hospital Service 10 years Field 2 years 6 months Wound report 07/05/1918 List No. 5559 NLS 1918_WList41

Died age 30

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: West Hartlepool

 

 

Kelsey,

Albert

Pte   375512 16/10/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 17)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of William Kelsey, of 76, Bungalows, Horbury Junction, Wakefield.

 

 

Kemp,

James

Pte   31782 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06//1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Crook, Durham ( Crook, Durham)

 

 

Kemp,

Robert

Pte   42703 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 02/11/1916 DT03111916

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Robert and Sarah Jane Kemp, of 5, Lord St., Church St., Hunslet, Leeds. Res: Ryhope (Leeds)

 

 

Kempthorne,

Arthur R

Pte "B" 10259    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Hartlepool

 

 

Kettley,

John

Pte   26219 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Son of Mrs. S. J. Kettley, of Thornton Watlass, Bedale, Yorks, and the late William Kettley. Native of Clifton, Bedale. (Brompton, Yorkshire )

 

 

Kibble,

William

Pte   12506 30/11/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wounded 29/09/1915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Sunderland (Monkwearmouth, Sunderland)

 

 

Kier, 

George

(Keir ?)

Sgt   20978    

Wound

St Peter's

 

 

Killeen,

Patrick

Pte "D" 20840    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

Brothers? WO 372/11/159515 20841 PTE Mathew Killeen KIA 08/03/1915 (Dipton, Cornsay, County Durham) 12 DLI ? WO 372/23/129722, WO 372/11/159492, WO 372/24/95559 13869 SGT John Killen MM Gazette issue 31469. pg 9383 Military Medal; Awarded for bravery in the field. (Dipton, Cornsay, County Durham) 13 DLI Wound report 11/09/1916 DT12091916, wound report 24/07/1918 List No.5626 NLS 1918_WList52

 

 

Kimber,

Thomas George

Pte "C" 20632 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 24/10/1915 DT03111915

Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Oxford (Headington, Oxfordshire)

 

 

King,

John W

L/Cpl "C" 20209    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

King,

Ernest

Pte "D" 25946    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

King,

Charles V

Pte "A" 25947    

Wound report 05/10/1918 List No. 5688 NLS 1918_WList62

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Abridge

 

 

King,

Arthur Harrison

Pte   12794 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William James and Edith Mary King, of 18, Malcolm Rd., Penge, London, formerly of Lancaster. Enlisted in Aug., 1914. Res: Weston-Super-Mare (Lancaster, Lancashire)

 

 

Kinmond,

Alexander

Pte

A/Cpl

  42679 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 25/12/1915 (WD)

Died in France (age 45)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of David and Catherine Kinmond; husband of Elizabeth Rain Kinmond, of 63, Williams St., Millfield, Sunderland. Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Kirby,

George Leonard

Pte "B" 23087    

Citation: Gazette Issue 30364. M.M. 30/10/1917 pg 11336 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the Field.

Wound report 26/11/1917 List No.5426 NLS 1917_WList18

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

 

Kirby,

E

Pte "B" 4/7961    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Kirtley,

William

Pte   24418 28/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds at Home

Died in United Kingdom (age 36)
Cemetery: East Rainton (St. Cuthbert) Churchyard

Son of Lancelot and Margaret Kirtley; husband of E. Ellen Kirtley, of 19, Green St., East Rainton. Born at East Rainton. Res: Hetton-Le-Hole, County Durham (Shiney Row, County Durham)

 

 

Kirton,

William

Pte "D" 20823 23/10/1919 CWGC

Wound Stripe 19/09/1916 - Shrapnel Wound Neck

Died in United Kingdom (age 34)
Cemetery: Sunderland (Bishopwearmouth) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William and Elizabeth Jane Kirton, of 26, Hopper St., Bishopwearmouth.

Dob: Circa 1885

 

 

Kitching,

Thomas H

Pte "B" 17423    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Kivil,

Michael

Pte "D" 10014    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Klein,

Arthur

Pte "A" 12403    

Sick report 01/08/1915 Ref: 5180 Sprained Back slight, Ypres 31/07/1915 No. 15 Ambulance Train to No. 4 Convalescent Camp 04/08/1915 Ward S (4 Days) Field 3 months

Died age 23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Knights,

James Herbert

Pte   31924 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Shotton Colliery, Durham (Haswell, Durham )

 

 

Knott,

Cyril

Pte "C" 10018    

Missing report 31/05/1918 List No.5580 NLS 1918_WList44 Medical report 09/08/1916 Ref: 15253 Paraphimosis (S) No 30 Ambulance Train 10/08/1916

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Middlesbrough

 

 

Krough,

Frederick

Pte   42705 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: South Shields (South Shields)

 

 

Kyle,

Joseph

Pte "B" 12659    

Medical report 06/07/1916 Ref: 13367 Fracture ribs, Hospital Ship Lanfranc. (2 days) Service 1 year, 14 months

Died age 39

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lacock,

William

Cpl "A" 25938    

Wounded 18-09-1916 MH106/955 and DT17101916 and NLS 1918_WList57

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Whitechapel, E.

 

 

Laidlaw,

W?

Pte "A" 9810    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Laker,

Sidney

Pte "A" 25948    

Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lamb,

George

Pte "B" 20967 15/10/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action (2nd Durham Light Infantry) Missing report 21/11/1916 DT22111916

Cemetery: Bancourt British Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Kelloe, County Durham (Kelloe, County Durham)

 

 

Lamb,

Robert Edward

Pte "B" 15067 13067 (WD)    

Citation: Gazette issue 31469. Military Medal; 22/07/1919 pg 9383 Awarded for bravery in the field.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Wheatley Hill

 

 

Lambton,

William

Pte   4/9817 14/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Washington (Washington)

 

 

Lanerick,

W

         

Wound

Ferryhill

 

 

Langley,

Joseph

Pte "B" 24945    

Wound report 21/01/1918 List No.5471 NLS 1918_WList26 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Wound report 25/05/1918 List No.5575 NLS 1918_WList43

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Houghton-le-Spring

 

 

Laverick,

William

Cpl "A" 12398 16/09/1916 CWGC

Citation: Gazette issue no 29827 M.M.14/11/1916 pg 11141 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the field

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916 Wound report 21/08/1916 DT07091915

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): MM, MID

Son of Mrs. Mary Laverick, of 2, Cochrane Terrace, Ferryhill, Co. Durham. Res: Durham (West Cornforth, Durham)

 

 

Laverty,

John

Pte "B" 11880    

Citation: Gazette 30135. M.M. 15/06/1917 pg 6021 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the field.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Laws,

John William

Pte "A" 16613 07/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died age 32
Cemetery: Ramscappelle Road Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: William and Isabella Laws; husband of Ellen Laws, of 7, Charlotte St., Askew Rd.; Gateshead. Res: Gateshead (Hebburn)

 

 

Lawson,

John F W

Pte "D" 9799    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lawson,

William

Pte "A" 12395    

Medical report 13/08/1916 Ref: 6588 Gunshot wound shoulder, Trip 17. Entrained Vecquemont. Detrained Rouen. RTU 14/08/1916 Ward L (MGC) Wound report 20/09/1916 DT21091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lawton,

H

Pte "D" 12237    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Laybourne,

J

Pte "D" 10330    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Hendon, Sunderland

 

 

Layden,

M

Pte "A" 12505    

Wounded 07/01/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Layton,

Robert

Pte "A" 24286    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ledger,

Robert

Pte "C" 12589    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lee,

William

Pte "D" 25997 25007 (WD)    

Wounded 13/01/1916 DT24011916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Leech,

Lewis

Pte   27679 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Easington Colliery, Durham (Bearpark, Durham)

 

 

Lemon,

David

A/Sgt

  42728: 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Lennon,

Thomas

Pte "B" 12253 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 03/09/1916 DT04091916 Medical report 16/11/1915 Ref: 25026 Dental caries RTU 29/11/1915 (14 Days) Service 1 year 3 months Field 6 months

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: New Washington, County Durham (Whitehaven)

 

 

Lennox,

Robert

Sgt "B" 19897 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Pelton Fell, Stanley, County Durham (Stirling)

 

 

Leveson,

Rudolph Marcus

Lt     18/12/1917 CWGC

Citation: Listed in the Jewry Book of Honour

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

16, Lancaster Gate Terrace, London, W.

 

 

Levy,

Lewis

Pte   201437          

Lewins,

John

Pte   42708 31/12/1916 CWGC

Died

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Boldon

 

 

Lilley,

James

Pte   375220 17/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Hull (Hull)

 

 

Lillie,

John R

Cpl "B" 9163    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Linton,

Andrew

Pte "D" 25996    

Wound report 29/09/1916 shock, shell DT28091816 Medical report 02/10/1916 Ref: T1712A Shrapnel wound V (1) chest Transferred to furlough RTU 24/11/1916 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Service 2 years 1 months Field 1 year 3 months

Died age 20

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Dalkeith

 

 

Linwood,

Albert

Pte   43351 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 09/04/1917 Previously reported missing, now reported killed 10/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList07

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Hull (Sutton-On-Hull, Yorkshire )

Machine Gun Section

 

Lishman,

James

Pte "C" 12951 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound Report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Elizabeth Jane Lishman, of 86, Joicey Terrace, Oxhill, West Stanley, Co. Durham. (Heworth, Ashington )

 

 

Little,

David

Pte "B" 23971    

Wound report 10/07/1916 DT11071916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Chester-Le-Street

 

 

Little,

Arthur W

L/Sgt   4/8894 09/05/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse

Bernard Castle (Bernard Castle )

 

 

Little,

Arthur

Pte "D" 8638    

Medical report 30/06/1915 Ref: 4090 Gun shot wound left leg IX1 and left arm VI VIII, Ypres 25/06/1915. Transfer No.14 and 3 Ambulance Train, No.6 Casualty Clearing Station 09/07/1915, Ward C (10 days) Wound report 04/07/1915 DT21071915 Service 3 years

Died age 23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Livermore,

Thomas

Cpl "B" 26035 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Thomas and Sarah Grace Livermore, of Gaston Green, Little Hallingbury, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. Res: Little Hallingbury, Essex (Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire)

 

 

Livingstone,

James

Pte   43346 21/05/1917 CWGC

Died of wounds at home - Artillery Fire

Died in United Kingdom (age 22)
Cemetery: Bristol (Arnos Vale) Cemetery

Son of David Livingstone; husband of Emily Livingstone, of 5, Bridge Row, Bridge St., Oxford. Born in Scotland.

 

 

Lloyd,

William

Pte   20973 14/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Joseph Matthews Lloyd and Mary Jane Lloyd, of 7, Institute St., Wheadey Hill, Co. Durham. Res: Wheatley Hill, (Whitford, North Wales)

 

 

Lloyd,

Robert

Pte   38534 27/03/1917 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Coxhoe, Durham (Rainton,)

 

 

Lockett,

George

Pte "C" 20220    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lockey,

Albert

Pte "B" 20975 01/11/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds at home Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Died in United Kingdom (age 36)
Cemetery: North Ormesby (St. Joseph'S) Roman Catholic Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of James and Sarah Ann Lockey, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Res: Middlesbrough ( Newcastle)

 

 

Lockhart,

Robert

Pte "C" 20671 29/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Newcastle-On-Tyne (Byker, Newcastle-On-Tyne)

 

 

Lodge,

George

Pte   17049 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres Town Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Easington, Durham

 

 

Lodge,

Bernard Grime

2Lt     24/08/1917 CWGC

Citation: Gazette Issue 30441. 18/12/1917 Mentioned in Despatches The following is a continuation of Sir Douglas Haig's Despatch of the 7th November, submitting names deserving special mention, published in a Supplement to the London Gazette of Tuesday, 18th December, 1917.

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): MID

Son of John James Grime Lodge, of Askrigg, Yorks.

4th Bn.

attd. 10th Bn

 

Loftus,

Thomas

Pte   31601 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Father of Susannah Loftus, of 22, Sidegate, Durham. Res: Durham (Witton Gilbert, Durham)

 

 

Logan,

Charles

Pte "B" 3/11528 (seen 11328) 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Middlesbrough, (Wilton, Yorkshire)

 

 

Lolley,

W

Pte "C" 14003    

Citation: Gazette Issue 29508. D.C.M. 15/03/1916 pg 2891 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to approve of the award of the Distinguished Conduct Medal for acts of gallantry and devotion to duty in the field. For conspicuous gallantry. After his signal cabin had been blown up.

Wound report 03/05/1918 List No. 5556 NLS 1918_WList40

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Hemingborough Possible relations or same person 14004 and 14007 both also W Lolley

 

 

Lomas,

Wilfred

Pte "A" 53008 16/12/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 40)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

 

Husband of Florence Lomas, of Queen St., Tideswell, Buxton.

Lord,

Edward

Pte   42675 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Leicester (Leicester)

 

 

Lorenson,

D

Pte "B" 4/9793    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lowe,

Thomas

Pte   17432 28/06/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mrs. Margret Lowe, of 30, Acclam St., Station Town, Wingate, Co. Durham.

 

 

Lowe,

F

L/Sgt "B" 4/9253    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lowerson,

Thomas

Pte "C" 12862    

Wound report 17/04/1916 DT18041916 Medical report 16/02/1917 Ref: 7889 Ypres 09/02/1916 Inflammation of connective tissue, right Heel slight, No. 5 Ambulance Train, No. 6 Convalescent Depot 12/03/1916 Ward K (26 Days) Service 1 year Field 9 months

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lowery,

William

L/Sgt "D" 12135    

Wound report 19/09/1916 DT20091916 Wound report 26/01/1917 DT27011917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Washington Station

 

 

Lowes,

John

Pte "C" 12986 20/01/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead-On-Tyne

 

 

Lowes,

Joseph

Pte   30663 09/05/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse

Son of Thomas and Sarah Jane Lowes, of 3, Galbraith Terrace, Trimdon Grange, Co. Durham.

 

 

Lowrie,

Edward

A/Sgt "B" 12462    

Medical report 27/08/1916 Ref: 17177 Gun Shot Wound (right) shoulder No. 28 Ambulance Train RTU 18.08/1916 Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Medomsley, Durham

 

 

Lowther,

John

Pte "A" 12400    

Wound report 03/08/1918 NLS 1918_WList53

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lowther,

Leo

Pte "C" 12692    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Gateshead

 

 

Loxley,

Robert J

Pte "A" 12396    

Wound report 04/07/1915 DT21071915 Medical report 21/03/1916 Ref: T3196 Lobar Pneumonia. Transferred from No 3 Ambulance Train. Hospital Ship Asturias. Ward Cas (8 Days) Service 1 year, Field 11 months

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lucas,

James Edward

2Lt     05/05/1917 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

 

 

Luke,

John

Pte "B" 15071    

Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lumley,

Henry Wilson

Pte   12283 01/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Bishop Auckland (Etherley, Bishop Auckland)

 

 

Lumsdale,

Joshua

Pte "D" 12275    

Citation: Gazette 29819. M.M. 10/11/1916 pg 10926 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the field.

Wound report 02/04/1916 DT03041916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM

 

 

Lumsden,

David

L/Cpl "D" 16367 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William and Elizabeth Lumsden, of 2, John St., Thornley, Co. Durham. Res: Thornley, County Durham (Shotton Colliery)

 

 

Lumsden,

George

Pte "D" 4/8712 20/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Packhorse Farm Shrine Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Thomas and Isabella Lumsden, of 53, Albion Row, Byker, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Dob: 1889

 

 

Lupton,

John W

Pte "C" 12869    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 18/01/1918 List No. 5469 NLS 1918_Wlist25 Wound report 24/12/1915 DT03011916 Wound report 25/07/1918 List No.5627 NLS 1918_WList52

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Hartlepool

 

 

Lynch,

J

Pte "A" 18503    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Lynn,

John James

Pte   31845 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 38)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Lynn, of 33, Kilwick St., West Hartlepool. (West Hartlepool )

 

 

Lynn,

John George

Pte   4/9796 18/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt

Son of Alice Lynn, of Felling-on-Tyne, and the late James Lynn; husband of the late Mary Ann Lynn. Served in the South African Campaign. (Felling )

 

 

Lyons,

John

Pte   26903 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 28/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 10/10/1917 List No.5386 NLS 1917_WList11

Died in Belgium (age 38)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Timothy and Mary Jane Lyons, of Leicester Rd., Shepshed; husband of Elizabeth Lyons, of 3, Hall Croft, Shepshed, Loughborough. Res: Shepstead

 

 

Macfarlane,

A

Pte "B" 37964 06/01/1917  

Prisoner of War in Germany, Realesed 18/01/1918 arrived in Holland for transfer to England NLS 1918_Wlist25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

ATTACHED

 

Mackie,

John William

Sgt

"D"

"C"

9418 13/01/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound report - Shell shock 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in France (age 24)
Cemetery: Wanquetin Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mr. J. and Mrs. M. A. Leary Mackie.

 

 

Mackin,

Patrick

Pte "A" 16029 10029 (WD)    

Wound report 17/03/1916 DT27031916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Macklam,

Alfred

Pte   31039 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Brother of Mary E. Macklam, of Rose Cottage, Ushaw, Durham. (Esh, County Durham )

 

 

Macklin,

Robert James

Cpl   12804 14/12/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 33)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Robert James and Mary Macklin; husband of Eleanor Johnson (formerly Macklin), of 45, Burleigh St., East End, Sunderland. (Sunderland)

 

 

Magnay,

Joseph

Sgt   12210 15/04/1920  

Citation: Gazette 1560 13/02/1917

Died age 35

Medal(s): conspicuous gallantry ?

Husband of Sarah Magnay, of 30, Devonshire St., Gateshead.

 

 

Makin,

David

    12222    

Wound report 24/07/1915 DT26071915

 

 

Malia,

Charles

Pte "B" 20905    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Maloney, 

John Edward

Pte   245407 10/12/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Newcastle (Sacriston, Durham )

 

 

Mann,

Thomas Barton

L/Cpl   12902 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in Belgium (age 23)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John and Priscilla Mann, of 40, Chatham Rd., West Hartlepool, Durham. (West Hartlepool)

 

 

Manning,

Thomas Henry

Pte "C" 11775 26/03/1918  

Killed in Action

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Darlington (Darlington)

 

 

Manning,

Leslie D

  "A" 53009    

Medical report 25/08/1917 Ref: 5723 Gunshot wound II 1, face left, severe Transferred 24/08/1917. No. 7 Ambulance Train. To No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station. No. 6 Convalescent Depot 15/09/1917 ward 14 (22 Days) Field 5 months Wound report 27/09/1917 NLS 1917_WList09

Died age 20

NOK Derby

 

 

Mansfield,

George Edward

Pte   44171 26/09/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Messines Ridge British Cemetery

Hull (Hull)

 

 

Marchbanks,

Thomas H

Pte "A" 12446    

Medical report 25/08/1917 Ref: 5705 Gunshot wound VI 1, back right. "M" No. 7 Ambulance Train. No. 6 Convalescent Camp 31/08/1917 Ward 12 (7 Days) Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Service 3 years, Field 2 years 2 months

Died age 28

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Marchbanks,

Joseph

Pte   12393 12373 seen 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 18)
Cemetery: Ypres Town Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Brother of Hector Marchbanks, of 23, Back, High St. East, Sunderland. Born Sunderland.

 

 

Marks,

Henry Herbert

Lt        

Citation: Gazette 29886 01/01/1917 Book of Jewry

Medal(s): MC

 

 

Marlborough,

John W

Pte "B" 10049    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Marr,

W

L/Cpl "C" 12626    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Marriner,

Henry

Pte "A" 12352    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Martin,

John William

Pte   31976 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

South Hetton (Hetton-Le-Hole, Durham)

 

 

Martin,

James

Pte   4/8811 02/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Darlington

 

 

Martin,

John Kingsley

Capt     01/08/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Rev. Canon Henry and Mrs. Martin, of Stockton-on-Tees.

 

 

Mason,

George Henry

Pte "C" 10051 25/05/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action

Cemetery: Hermonville Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

SON OF MRS I A MASON OF 69 NORTHUMBERLAND STREET, WEST HARTLEPOOL,. (West Hartlepool)

 

 

Mason,

Thomas R

Pte "B" 12078    

Wound report 24/11/1917 List No. 5425 NLS 1917_Wlist17 (MGC)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mason,

Frederick

Cpl "B" 24249 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 12/06/1916 Ref (nrichardson?)

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Frank and Frances Amelia Mason, of 8/6, Broomspring Lane, Sheffield. (Sheffield)

 

 

Mathews,

James Henry

Pte   23/315 23/08/1917 CWGC

Citation: James Henry Matthews was born in Bradford in September 1895, the second child and second son of five children, all born in Bradford between 1894 and 1900, to James Henry Matthews, a wood turner and his wife Rose Ann (nee Conlan) who were married in 1895. Unusually, for the time, the couple already had two children before they were married. In 1901, the Matthews children were, Walter (born June quarter of 1895); James Henry (born June quarter of 1895), but showing different ages of 6 years and 5 years respectively, plus William (born March 1900). There was no record in 1901 of the other two children, John and Nellie Matthews. At the time of the 1901 census, the Matthews family were living in Bradford, but sadly, Rose Ann died in Bradford in late 1906, aged 32, leaving James Henry senior a widower with five children, all under the age of 12 years. It isn't clear if all the children were theirs or if some were adopted. By 1911, Nellie has become Eleanor Matthews, John has become Albert Edward Matthews and Walter has left home. The Matthews family have now moved to 21, George Street, Horbury where James Henry, aged 15, was working as an apprentice wood turner. His grandfather, also James Henry, a former joiner, is also living with the family. Sometime after 1911 the family had moved to Belmont House, The Green, Ossett and at the age of 20 years and three months on the 5th December 1915, James Henry Matthews enlisted at Ossett and joined the Durham Light Infantry. He was unmarried, 5’ 1½” tall, weighed 114 lbs, with a 35” chest measurement and his overall physical development was classed as 'satisfactory'. He gave his home address as Belmont House, The Green, Ossett and was immediately posted to the Army reserve until mobilised on the 6th June 1916, when he was posted to the 23rd Durham Light Infantry, and after four months training, he embarked for France on the 14th October 1916

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 NLS 1917_WList10 Reported missing on the 23rd August 1917 but, subsequently, a comrade confirmed to his superior officer that he had seen him killed in action.

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British

 

Son of James Henry Mathews, of Belemont House, The Green, Ossett, Yorks. (Manningham, Bradford )

Mathews,

T

Pte "B" 4/9823    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Matthews,

Robert

Pte   42596 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Thomas and Jeanie Matthews, of 34, Lee St., Fulwell, Sunderland. Res: Fulwell (Sunderland)

 

 

Mattley,

Ben

Matterly ? (Wd)

Pte   67035    

Wound report 29/09/1917 List No.5377 NLS 1917_WList09 (LC)

NOK: Ibstock

Labour Corps Private 22486

 

Mawston,

Thomas

Sgt "C" 20733    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Maxwell,

Walter

Sgt "D" 8423    

Wound report 22/03/1918 Bullet wound, knee left List 65th Field Ambulance Base Wound report 25/03/1918 Shrapnel wound, left knee (fracture) T8700 Transferred to Croydon War Hospital 28/03/1918 Service 6 years, Field 1 year Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 LCPL Wound report 03/05/1918 List No. 5556 NLS 1918_WList40

Died age 22

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

South Shields

 

 

Mayer,

Percy

Pte "A" 26100    

Wound report 07/10/1915 DT18101915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcalear,

T

Pte "B" 11863    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcalhone,

John

Pte   12226 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead (Gateshead)

 

 

Mcaloon,

Cornelius

Pte "B" 4/9854 12/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead (Dipton, Durham)

 

 

Mcandrews,

John P

Pte "D" 15078    

Wound report 10/06/1916 DT20071916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: West Hartlepool

 

 

Mcbride,

George L

Pte "C"  26036    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mccann,

James

Pte "D" 12674    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mccann,

Patrick

Cpl "C" 15079 15/12/1918 CWGC

Died in France (age 48)
Cemetery: Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John and Ann McCann, of Ireland.

 

 

Mccarroll,

William

Pte "D" 26055    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mccarthy,

Frederick Bensley

Pte   44203 31/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 20/05/1918 List No.5570 NLS 1918_WList43 Wounded and Missing 11/06/1918 List No.5589 NLS 1918_WList46

Died in France (age 30)
Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Son of Christopher and Louisa McCarthy; husband of Martha McCarthy, of 72, Suggitt St., West Hartlepool.

 

 

Mcclean,

P

Pte "B" 13455    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcclure,

T R

L/Sgt "D" 21465    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mccormack,

James

Pte "D" 3/10298 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Sarah Jane McCormack, of II, Wilkes Terrace, Tudhoe Green, Spennymoor, Co. Durham. Res: Spennymore (Airdrie, Scotland)

 

 

Mccreach,

F

Pte "C" 20825    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcdermott,

Moses Henry

Pte "A" 20842 07/06/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 29/06/1916 DT28061916

Died age 31
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

HUSBAND OF GEORGINA MCDERMOTT, OF 1, TALBOT'S BUILDINGS, GRANGE VILLA, CO. DURHAM. Res: (Pelton, County Durham)

 

 

Mcdonald,

A

Pte "A" 9948    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcdonald,

John

Pte "D" 12122    

Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916 Wound report 15/10/1918 List No. 5696 NLS 1918_WList64 Medical report 31/05/1917 Ref: 11152 Pyrexia of Unknown Origin No. 3 Canadian Casualty Clearing Station Tranferred 08/06/1917 138th Field Ambulance Service 2 Years 9 Months Field 1 Year 4 Months

Died age 28

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Horden Colliery

 

 

Mcdonald,

James

Pte "D" 13151    

Wound report 24/03/1916 DT25031916 (Mediterranean)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcdonald,

E L

Pte "A" 25236    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcdonald,

Robert

Pte   37362 16/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: South Shields (South Shields)

 

 

Mcdonald,

Edward

Pte   42254 11/04/1917 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty

Son of Samuel and Elizabeth McDonald, of Sherburn Hill; husband of Emily McDonald, of 97, Lambton St., Sherburn Hill, Durham. Res: Sherburn Hill, Durham (Sherburn Hill, Durham)

 

 

Mcdonough,

James

Pte "C" 16720    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Medical report XX/09/1916 Ref: 18950, Gunshot wound face II1, neck III1, Convalescent Depot (5 Days) RTU 22/09/1916 Service 2 years, Field 1 year 4 months

Died age 25

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcevoy,

Patrick

Pte "D"  25403    

Sick report 12/02/1916 Ref: 7733 Right Shoulder (VIII) compound fracture Acromion process of Scapula severe. Hospital Ship Calais 18/02/1916 Ward 2 H (7 Days) Beillan 10/02/1916 Field 4 months

Died age 45

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcgahan,

Barnard

Pte   20/27 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Mcgarr,

Thomas George

Pte   12445 30/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Carlisle Name mentioned in the Cumberland News on 04/09/1915 on page/column 11c. Newspaper contains a portrait of the man.

 

 

Mcgarry,

Andrew

Pte "B" 20826    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcgee,

J

Pte "D" 19740    

Wound report 30/08/195 DT16091915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcgee,

John

Pte   20251 16/10/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mary Jane McGee, of 4, Benton Lane, West Moor, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and the late Thomas McGee. Born Mill Lane, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Res: Forest Hall (Newcastle on Tyne)

 

 

Mcgough,

William

    7217    

Not previously announced as wounded 17/10/1914 DT23111914 Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcgough,

Joseph

Pte "C" 3/11997    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcgregor,

John Albert

Cpl

"C"

"D" 

12494 27/05/1918 CWGC

Citation: Gazette Issue 30711. Mentioned in Despatches. 28/05/1918 pg 6336 I have the honour to submit a list of names serving, or who have served, under my Command, whose distinguished and gallant services and devotion to duty I consider deserving of special mention.

Killed in Action Wound report 18/09/1916 DT19091916 Medical report 03/02/1917 Ref 3290 Bronchitis No. 41 Divisional Rest Station RTU 03/02/1917 Service 3 Years Field 1 year 6 momths

Died age 24
Cemetery: Soissons Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

SON OF THE LATE JOHN AND SARAH MCGREGOR. Res: East Hartlepool (Hartlepool)

 

 

Mcgrery ?,

H

Pte "B"  11936    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mcgrother,

Joseph

L/Sgt   19306 25/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 34)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Francis and Mary McGrother, of Southwick, Sunderland; husband of Isabella McGrother, of 88, Arnold St., Boldon Colliery, Co. Durham. (Thornley, Durham)

 

 

McGuiness,

John Patrick

Sgt "C" 12729    

Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McGuire,

J

Pte "D" 8285    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McGuniness,

Frank

L/Cpl "A" 8536    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McHugh,

Terence

Pte   17511 20/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lindenhoek Chalet Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Brother of Mrs. L. Byers, of 10, Charlotte St., Askew Rd., Gateshead, Co. Durham.

 

 

McIntosh,

Alexander

Cpl   1/8043 8043 4/8343    

Citation: No reg number for this info Seaham 10/12/1915 The accused was charged with ‘Absent Without Leave’. This offence is given in Section 15 of 1881 Army Act. 84 days detention (4th Bn DLI Special Reserve) WO86/67 Alnwick 14/07/1917 The accused was charged with the offence of absence without leave. This offence is detailed in section 15 of the 1881 Army Act. It is distinct from the greater offence of desertion by the lack of any intention to return. The accused was reduced (Cpl - Pte) to the ranks. WO86/76

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916 Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916 Wound report 06/1915 DT01111915 (2 Bn DLI) Medical report 13/08/1916 Ref: 6689, Gunshot wound buttock left, Trip 17. Entrained Vecquemont. Detrained Rouen. Ward M RTU 14/08/1916 Medical report 18/09/1916 Ref: 18444 Gunshot wound wrist right VIII1, Hospital Ship Asturius (1 Day) RTU 18/09/1916 Service 6 Years Field 1 Year 4 Months

Died age 23

Res: Hebburn-On-Tyne

 

 

McIntosh,

David M

Pte "B" 3/10048    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Hartlepool

 

 

McIntyre,

Robert

Pte "D" 12156 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Jane McIntyre, of 41, Tyne Rd. East, Gateshead. Res: Gateshead (Govan, Lanarkshire)

 

 

McIver,

John J

Pte "A" 12961 12964 (WD)    

Medical report 07/11/1915 Ref: 24555 Dental caries, RTU 22/11/1915 Service 1 year 2months Field 5 months

Died age 30

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McKenna,

Hugh

Pte   20252    

Wound report 24/08/1916 DT25081916

Res: Hebburn

 

 

McKenna,

Charles

L/Cpl "D" 20253    

Wound report 14/09/1916 DT15091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Shotton Colliery

 

 

McKenna,

Joseph

Pte   3/12341 3-12341 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Shotton, County Durham (Hamilton, Lanark)

 

 

McKenry,

G W

Pte "D" 10043    

Wound report 21/08/1915 DT07091915 Wound report 30/10/1916 Shock-Shell DT31101916 Wound report 07/05/1918 List No. 5559 NLS 1918_WList41

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Gateshead Res: Gateshead

 

 

McKenzie,

Thomas William

L/Cpl   11981 25/12/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds at Home Wound report 29/09/1915 DT11101915 Medical report 25/12/1915 Ref: 7125 - Time of death 8.AM, Gunshot wounds leg and foot circa 30/09/1915 Service 1 year 1 month Field 4 months Completed Service in the Command.

Died in United Kingdom (age 22)
Cemetery: Lamesley (St. Andrew) Churchyard

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Consett (Consett, Durham)

 

 

McKeown,

Thomas (Aka - Thos)

Pte   12063    

Wound report 24/07/1915 DT26071915 Casualty in the Expeditionary Force reported from Base under the date 8th July: wounded" on the Casualty Lists issued by the War Office from 24th and 25th July 1915. Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Gateshead

 

 

McKnight,

Joseph

Pte "D" 20895    

Medical report 23/07/1915 Ref: 5897 Phlyctenular Keratitis, Etaples Infantry Base Depot Ward A (31 Days) RTU 22/08/1915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McKnight,

J F

Pte "C" 24268    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McLardie,

James H

Pte "A" 11852    

Wound report 20/06/1917 Gun Shot Wound, thigh (right) No 16 Ambulance Train 22/06/1917 Wound report 29/12/1915 DT08011916 (10th)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McLaren,

Benjamin

Pte   42641 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

McLeod,

John

Pte "D" 13148 28/07/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 29/12/1915 DT08011916 Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Died age 32
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

SON OF THE LATE JOHN AND JESSIE MCLEOD. Res: Hebburn-On-Tyne (Hebburn-On-Tyne)

 

 

McLeod,

George W

Sgt   20254    

Wound report 16/10/1915 DT26101915 Wound report 21/07/1916 DT22071916

 

 

McLeod,

Douglas

Pte "C" 24263 13/01/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

New Zealand

 

 

McMann,

Joseph

Pte   4/8010 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Hebburn-On-Tyne, Durham (Hebburn-On-Tyne, Durham)

 

 

McManus,

Edward

Pte "A" 12444    

Medical report 01/08/1915 Ref: 5177, Ypres 31/07/1915 Left Thigh and Buttock (IX) (1) slight, No. 15 Ambulance Train, No. 6 Convalescent Camp 04/08/1915 Ward S (4 Days) Field 3 months Medical report 13/02/1918 Ref: T28674, Wound right hip, accidental, To No. 11 Ambulance Train. From 18th Field Ambulance. 18/02/1918

Died age 20

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McNichol,

Robert

Pte "C" 4/9885    

Wound report 19/09/1916 DT20091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead

 

 

McNullen,

J

Pte "C" 19735    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McParthin,

T

Pte "B" 16716    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McPhearson,

Henry

Pte   14090 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McPheely,

Alexander

Pte "B" 11937    

Citation: Gazette No. 29854. Military Medal. 08/12/1916 pg 12049 His Majesty the KING has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the Field to this Officer. (MGC)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McPherson,

Joseph

Pte "B" 20586 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wounded & Missing report 16/09/1916 British Expeditionary Force Renewed Enquiry Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead-On-Tyne (Winlaton, Gateshead)

 

 

McTar,

William

L/Cpl "B" 12866 23/09/1917 CWGC

Wounded 14/08/1915 DT31081915 and 29/05/1916DT30051916 and 27/09/1917NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium (age 29)
Cemetery: Cabin Hill Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Josiah and Mary McTear, of Langley Park, Co. Durham; husband of Agnes McTear, of 9, South St., Council Houses, Houghton-le-Spring, Co. Durham.

 

 

McVay,

J

Pte "A" 14732    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McVay,

William

A/Cpl

"D" 12285 12283 (WD)    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

McVay,

Patrick

Pte   17469 27/09/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Patrick and Ann McVay. Res: Beamish (Leadgate, Durham)

 

 

McVean,

Kenneth G

Sgt "C" 12497    

Wound report 24/12/1915 DT03011916 Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Brandon Colliery (James J McVean 13513 LCPL MM 12th Bn Res: Brandon Colliery)

 

 

McVean,

William

WOII "C" 21371    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Brandon Colliery (James J McVean 13513 LCPL MM 12th Bn Res: Brandon Colliery)

 

 

McWeeney,

Bernard

L/Cpl "D" 24279    

Wound report 22/03/1918 List No. 5523 NLS 1918_WList34

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Cloneen

 

 

Medd,

Robert Charles

Pte   12276 12/12/1918 CWGC

Died in United Kingdom (age 29)
Cemetery: Gateshead East Cemetery

Son of Mrs. Alice Ann Medd, of 10, Oakwellgate, Gateshead.

 

 

Medd,

Victor Rowbotham

Pte   42636 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of John and Kate Isabella Medd, of 36, Oxford Avenue, South Shields. (South Shields)

 

 

Meenan,

Frank

Pte "B" 21482    

Citation: Gazette No. 31602. M.S.M. 14/10/1919 pg 12759 His Majesty The King has been graciously pleased to approve of the award of the Meritorious Service Medal to the following Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Men in recognition of valuable services and rendered with the Armies in France and Flanders.

Sick report 14/11/1918 Disordered action of the heart represented 21/12/1918 Index 48773 Transferred to Base by No.3 Ambulance Train. 23/12/1918 Service 3 years Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died age 36

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MSM

Chester-Le-Street.

 

 

Meins,

Ernest J

Cpl "A" 12498    

Wound report 03/05/1918 List No. 5556 NLS 1918_WList40

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gateshead (Samesley, County Durham)

 

 

Melrose,

James

Pte   44214 18/10/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Liverpool (Liverpool)

 

 

Menday,

Philip

Pte "A" 43330 10/05/1917 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France (age 32)
Cemetery: Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux

Husband of Elizabeth Menday, of West Cottage, Buckland, Aylesbury. Res: Hampstead Maygrove Road, London (Buckland)

 

 

Metcalfe,

Leonard

Pte "D" 9341    

Wound report 21/08/1918 DT07091915 Missing report 06/06/1918 List No. 5585 NLS 1918_WList45

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Darlington

 

 

Metcalfe,

Charles

Pte "D" 9851    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Middleton,

Herbert

Pte   43263 16/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Barnsley

 

 

Milburn,

George

Pte "B" 10431    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Milburn,

Richard

Sgt "B" 4/9856 (WD) 4/9850 ?    

Wound report 24/01/1916 DT03021916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Miller,

Albert

L/Cpl "A" 14733    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Miller,

Samuel

Sgt   12392 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Either Miller or Ramsey shot by German when taking a support trench who had raised hands in surrender.

Died in France (age 29)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John and Margaret Miller, of Horden; husband of Caroline Miller of Horden, County Durham.

 

 

Miller,

Robert

Pte   42639 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Beaurains Road Cemetery, Beaurains

Husband of Henrietta Mary Ann B. Miller, of 4, Pemberton St., Hendon, Sunderland. (Sunderland )

 

 

Milling,

R

Pte "D" 9850    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Milling,

Joseph

Pte   33307 18/12/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 No 5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Son of David and Helen Milling, of Felling; husband of Jessie Hardwick (formerly Milling), of 39, Stephenson Terrace, Felling, Gateshead. (Felling, County Durham)

 

 

Mills,

T

Pte "D" 3/8767    

Wound report 13/05/1918 List No.5564 NLS 1918_WList42 Wound report 29/12/1915 Suffering from shock, shell DT08011916 Wound report 12/11/1916 DT13111916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Witton Park

 

 

Mills,

George

Pte   33969 05/06/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action (Light Shelling)

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Heninel Communal Cemetery Extension

Son of Thomas and Mary Jane Mills, of 2, St. George's Rd., New Mills, Derbyshire. Res: New Mills (New Mills)

 

 

Milne,

William Collingwood

Pte "B" 42635 22/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 06/01/1917 DT07021917 Wound report 10/12/1916 DT11121916 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died age 22
Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

SON OF GEORGE MORRELL MILNE AND CHARLOTTE MILNE, OF 5, DAME DOROTHY ST., SUNDERLAND. (Sunderland)

 

 

Mitchell,

William

Pte "B" 20805    

Citation: Silver War Badge B 219850 Gazette Page 681 Service 17-Oct-14 to 21-Mar-19

Wound report 17/05/1918 List No.5568 NLS 1918_WList42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mitchinson,

J W

Pte "A" 9869    

Wound report 29/08/1916 DT30081916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Middleton St George

 

 

Moffatt,

Michael

Pte "A" 9895    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Moffatt,

William Dallas

L/Cpl "D" 3/9863 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late John William and Sarah Moffatt.

 

 

Mole,

William

2Lt     28/08/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Mendinghem Military Cemetery

Medal(s): MID

Son of David and Mary Ann Mole, of 21, Coquet Terrace, Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne. L.D.S. R.C.S., Edinburgh.

 

 

Monaghan,

Frank

Pte   27918 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Consett (Stockton, County Durham)

 

 

Monck,

Harold

Pte "A" 20824    

Wound report 12/09/1915 DT29091915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Moody,

William

CQMS   15995 29/08/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 38)
Cemetery: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe

Medal(s): MM (WD)

Son of Fredrick and Mary Ann Moody, of Coundon, Co. Durham; husband of Sarah Moody, of 9, High Queen St., Witton Park, Co. Durham. Res: Bishop Auckland (Coudon)

 

 

Moody,

Fred

Pte   33308 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 32)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Mrs. Katherine Moody; husband of Marie Moody. Res: Felling-On-Tyne (Felling-On-Tyne)

 

 

Moody,

T

Pte        

Wound

Lumley

 

 

Moore,

Archibald C

Pte "D" 14853    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Moore,

James H

Pte "D" 25340   CWGC

Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Dunstan-On-Tyne, Co. Durham (Dearham, Cumberland)

 

 

Moore,

Lewis

Pte "A" 25998    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Moore,

John

Pte   3/12264 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Morgan,

William C

A/Sgt "B" 10429    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Wound report 15/05/1918 List No.5566 NLS 1918_WList42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Consett Res: Consett

 

 

Morgan,

James

L/Cpl   15087    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

 

 

Morgan,

Charles William

Pte "C" 15089   CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915

Cemetery: Trefcon British Cemetery, Caulaincourt

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Houghton-Le-Spring, County Durham (Bristol)

 

 

Morgan,

Joseph

Pte "A" 27230    

Died age 43

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Morgan,

Elliot Egglestone

Pte   12351 01/09/1915 CWGC

Died Wound report 21/08/1915 DT07091915

Died in France (age 24)
Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Elliot and Florence Annie Morgan, of Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham. Res: Chester-Le-Street (Lanchester, County Durham)

 

 

Morgan,

William Albert

Pte   44037 24/10/1920 CWGC

Died in United Kingdom (age 22)
Cemetery: Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery

Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morgan, of 5, Moira St., Cardiff; husband of Hilda Morgan.

 

 

Morris, 

James

Pte   17061 05/10/1915 CWGC

Died of wounds Wound report 04/08/1915 DT21081915

Died in France (age 28)
Cemetery: Boulogne Eastern Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Peter and Jane Morris, of 40, Norman St., Hendon, Sunderland. Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Morris,

John William

Pte   245326 15/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Robert and Sarah Morris, of 63, Strattondale St., Poplar, London. (Poplar)

 

 

Morris,

Richard Hall

Pte   42638 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

 

 

Morris,

Arthur Samuel

Pte   43329 10/12/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium (age 31)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Son of Arthur John Samuel Morris and Jessie Morris; husband of Lucy Morris, of 96, Delaford Rd., South Bermondsey, London. Res: Islington (Shoreditch)

 

 

Morrison,

Joseph

Pte   20238 14/12/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: West Hartlepool (West Hartlepool)

 

 

Morrow,

Edward

Pte "D" 15250    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Moss,

Albert

Cpl   21025 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 10/11/1915 DT20111915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: London (West Meath)

 

 

Moule,

Charles

Pte "B" 12496 05/10/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds at Home Wound report 16/10/1916 DT17101916

Died in United Kingdom
Cemetery: Wallsend (Church Bank) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Willington Quay (North Shields )

 

 

Mounsey,

John

Pte "D" 12728    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mounsey,

Henry

L/Cpl "D" 17878    

Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead (St. Mary'S, Durham)

 

 

Mounsey,

Alfred Raistrick

Pte   231454 23/454 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 30)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of John and Sarah Hannah Mounsey, of 12, Barrett St., Shipley, Yorks. Res: Shipley, Yorkshire (Shipley, Yorkshire)

 

 

Moylers,

A F

Pte "B" 25949    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mullet,

W

A/Sgt

"C" 4/8780    

Missing report 14/05/1918 List No.5565 NLS 1918_WList42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Mulligan,

John

Pte   12855 12/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 08/12/1915 DT18121915

Died in France
Cemetery: Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Felling, Durham (Heworth, Gateshead)

 

 

Mulligan,

Thomas

Pte   20774 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Munro,

Alexander

Pte   31968 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Bigton, Yorkshire (Cullen, Banffshire)

 

 

Munroe,

M

L/Sgt "C" 12133    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Murphy,

Thomas

Pte "D" 23109 20/071918 CWGC

Missing report 06/06/1918 List No. 5585 NLS 1918_WList45 Previously missing, now reported died as prisoner of war in German hands. 05/12/1918 List No.5740 NLS 1918_WList71

Died age 25
Cemetery: Cologne Southern Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parent: Thomas Murphy, of 22, Emiley St., Wheatley Hill, Co. Durham. (Wheatley Hill, County Durham)

 

 

Murray,

Alexander

Pte   20/924 10/05/1917 CWGC

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of William and Jane A. Murray, of 16, Williamson St., Monkwearmouth, Sunderland.

 

 

Murray,

George

Sgt "C" 4/9368    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Murray,

E F

Sgt                                Not found 30/09/1914 CWGC

Died in United Kingdom
Cemetery: Brookwood Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 14 Star

 

 

Murton,

Edward W

Pte "C" 16667    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Murton,

Willie Dennison

Pte "A" 11978 16/09/1916 CWGC

Wound report 24/07/1915 DT26071915

Died in France (age 25)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Joshua and Mary A. Murton; husband of Lily Murton, of 21, King St., Bensham, Gateshead-on-Tyne.

 

 

Nangle, Denis

Pte "D" 12776    

Wound report 31/05/1918 List No.5580 NLS 1918_WList44

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Sunderland

 

 

Napier, Andrew

L/Sgt   4/8707 17/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Robert Best Napier and Mary Napier, of 7. Lower Thames St., South Shields. Res: South Shields (South Shields)

 

 

Nash, R

Pte "C" 26060    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Nattrass,

George William

Pte   3/11876 16/09/1916 CWGC

Died in France (age 36)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Anthony and Margaret Nattrass, of Crook, Co. Durham; husband of Maria Nattrass.

 

 

Nelson,

J H

Pte "B" 12658    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Nelson,

J

L/Cpl "B" 12942    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Nesbitt,

Joseph C

Pte "B" 11925    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Nesbitt,

Timothy

Sgt "A" 9195    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 25/04/1918 List No.5549 NLS 1918_WList39 Wound report 07/11/1917 List No. 5410 NLS 1917_Wlist15 Medical report Ypres 12/02/1916 Ref: 9195 16/02/1916 Left Buttock (IX) (1) severe, No. 5 Ambulance Train, Hospital Ship Calais 02/03/1916, Ward G (16 Days) Service 6 years Fiels 8 months

Died age 34

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Boldon Colliery

 

 

Newell,

Sidney C

Pte "D" 26137    

Wound report 30/10/1916 Wounded, Shock-Shell DT31101916 Wound report 14/05/1918 List No.5565 NLS 1918_WList42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Bath

 

 

Newsome,

Robert G

Pte "A" 21476    

Missing report 14/06/1918 List No.5592 NLS 1918_WList46

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Newton,

John B

Pte "B" 20759    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Newton,

Robert

Sgt   15248 25/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Croft, Darlington (Hurworth, Darlington)

 

 

Nice,

Charles S Maurice.

Pte "D" 26058 12/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Shepherd's Bush, London (Shepherd's Bush, London)

 

 

Nicholson,

John R

Pte "B" 12229    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 14/05/1918 List No.5565 NLS 1918_WList42 Missing report 19/07/1918 List No.5622 NLS 1918_WList51

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Easington Colliery

 

 

Nicholson,

William

Pte "A" 12443    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Nicholson,

Thomas

Pte "B" 16370    

Medical report 10/03/1916 Ref: 2377 Inflammation of connective tissue foot right, Convalescent depot Ward (Pal) 12/3 (8 days) RTU 18/03/1916 Service 1 year Field 10 months

Died age 23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Nicholson,

Edward

Pte "C" 23126    

Wound report 18/09/1916 DT19091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: South Moor, Durham

 

 

Nicholson,

Erwin

Pte   30765 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916 Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Wound report 11/09/1916 DT12091916

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Stephen Nicholson, of 42, Tavistock St., Nelson, Lancs. Res: Nelson Lanckashire (Keighley, Yorkshire)

 

 

Nicholson,

Richard

Pte   35841 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Bishop Auckland (Spennymoor, Durham)

 

 

Nicholson,

John Brown

Pte   42597 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson, of 24, Dinsdale St., Ryhope, Co. Durham. Res: Ryhope Colliery (Ryhope)

 

 

Nicholson,

Edward

Pte   45445 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Thornaby-On-Trent (Thornaby-On-Trent)

 

 

Nixon,

Paul Johnstone

Pte   32069 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval

Jarrow (Jarrow Durham)

 

 

Noble,

Arthur

RSM "A" 12901 12/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 21/08/1915 DT07091915

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Poperinghe New Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, DCM and Bar

Husband of Anne Noble, of Drill Hall, Durham.

 

 

Noble,

John

Pte   25939 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 10/11/1915 DT20111915

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John and Hannah Noble, of 70, Clarence St., Primrose, Lancaster. Res: Lancaster (Lancaster)

 

 

Noble,

John Edward

Pte   27674 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of William and Martha Noble, of 13, Fox St., Askew Rd., Gateshead. Res: Gateshead (Gateshead)

 

 

Noone,

Patrick

Pte   3/12172 12/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Husband of Delia Noone, of Malin, Co. Donegal. Res: Glentave, Ballinasloe (Fynagh, County Leitrim)

 

 

Oakley,

James

Pte "D" 23136 21/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 17/07/1918 List No.5620 NLS 1918_WList51

Cemetery: Pozieres Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Middlesbrough (Middlesbrough)

 

 

O'Brien,

John T

Pte "C" 12672    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

O'Brien,

William

Pte   20729 29/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

North Shields (Christ Church, Northumberland)

 

 

O'Brien,

Michael

Pte   3/12538 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916 British Expeditionary Force Renewed Enquiry 16/09/1916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Stockton-On-Tees (Stockton-On-Tees)

 

 

Odger,

Eric Charles Henry

Pte "D" 26104 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Kilburn (Marylebone)

 

 

O'Donnell,

Martin Patrick

Pte "C" 24289 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Edinburgh

 

 

O'Donoghue,

J

Pte "D" 8715    

Wound report 30/08/1915 DT16091915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ogle,

Norman Armitage

Pte "C" 14083    

Citation: Gazette Issue 31007. M.M. 12/11/1918 pg13399 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to approve of the award of the Military Medal for bravery in the field. Gazette No. 31537. Croix de Guerre. 02/09/1919 pg12222 The following are among the Decorations and Medals awarded by the Allied Powers and various dates to the British Forces for distinguished services rendered during the course of the campaign. His Majesty the King has given unrestricted permission in all cases to wear the Decorations and Medals in question. Decorations Conferred by, His Majesty the King of the Belgians.

Wound report 07/101/1915 DT18101915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star, MM, CdG

 

 

O'Halloran,

Michael

Pte "D" 12846    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Blackhill, County Durham

 

 

Oliver,

Albert

Sgt "B" 12900    

Wound report 25/09/1916 DT26091916 Released prisoner of war from Germany, arrived in England. 03/12/1918 List No.5738 NLS 1918_WList71

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: North Shields

 

 

Oliver,

Wilfred

Pte   201335 22/08/1917 CWGC

Wound report 20/11/1916 DT21111916 (3960)

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Sunderland

 

 

Oliver,

Wilfred

Pte "D" 8132    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

O'Neil,

Martin

Cpl "C" 15105    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Consider as relatives ? James O' Neil 15106 PTE Died of wounds 13/11/1915 age 23 15th Bn "A Coy Parents: James and Elizabeth O'Neil, of 2, Croft Cottages, Albion St., Coventry. And William O' Neil 15107 PTE Killed in Action 02/02/1916

 

 

O'Neil,

William

Pte   15107 02/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

West Hartlepool

 

 

O'Neil,

John

Pte   15974 17/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: Bishop Auckland, (Coundon, County Durham)

 

 

O'Neill,

Treven

Pte   39251 13/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Res: South Shields (Newcastle-On-Tyne)

 

 

Ord,

James

L/Cpl "D" 12775    

Wound report 21/05/1916 DT22051916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Seaham Harbour

 

 

Ormston,

Albert

Pte   245301 23/08/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

Son of William and Mary Ormston. Born Amble, Northumberland.

Dob: 1897

 

 

O'Rooke,

Joseph W

Pte "D" 20661 27/05/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 24/10/1915 DT03111915 Missing report 23/08/1918 List No.5651 NLS 1918_WList56

Cemetery: Soissons Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Newcastle-on-Tyne

 

 

O'Rourke,

John

L/Cpl "C" 12043 12/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 20/01/1916 DT31011916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Daniel O'Rourke; husband of Johanna O'Rourke, of Lower Ballingarry, Thurles, Co. Tipperary. Res: Tipperary (Tipperary)

 

 

Oughton,

John R

L/Cpl "A" 3/6948    

Wound report 06/10/1915 DT16101915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Outing,

Ernest L

Pte "D" 26061    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

RES: Sudbury

 

 

Paidley,

Robert

Pte "C" 11890    

Wound report 22/11/1917 List No. 5423 NLS 1917_Wlist17 (MGC)

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK Newcastle-on-Tyne

 

 

Palmer,

John

Pte "C" 11759 25/02/1920 CWGC

Wound report 16/10/1918 List No. 5697 NLS 1918_WList64 Wound report 24/12/1915 Suffering from shock, shell DT03011916

Cemetery: South Shields (Harton) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: South Shields

 

 

Pammenton,

Albert Edward

Pte   37715 28/09/1917 CWGC

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Messines Ridge British Cemetery

Bradford Yorkshire

 

 

Park,

John

Pte "A" 11953    

Previously erroneously reported killed 04/09/1915 DT21091915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Park,

Robert

Pte   13288 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Armstrong, of 11, First St., Horden Colliery, Durham. Res: Wheatley Hill, County Durham (Silksworth, Sunderland)

 

 

Parker,

Ernest W

Pte "A" 25952    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Parker,

Matthew Veal

Sgt   11850 30/08/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds Medical report 21/03/1916 Ref: T3193 Scabies. Pyrexia of unknown origin, Transferred from No 3 Ambulance Train. No 9 Stationary Hospital, Ward Cas (3 Days) RTU 23/03/1916

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Rodger and Lucy Parker, of 34, Wressle, Selby, Yorks. Native of Pelton Fell, Co. Durham. Res: Thirsk (Hetton Colliery, Durham)

 

 

Parkin,

George

Pte   43333 08/01/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Wanquetin Communal Cemetery Extension

Kelnhurst

 

 

Parkinson,

Dilworth

CSM "D" 12148 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 34)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Benjamin and Amelia Parkinson, of Blackburn, Lancs; husband of Mary Jane Parkinson, of N.E.R. Cottages, Haddricks Mill Rd., South Gosforth, Northumberland. (Blackburn )

 

 

Parry,

P

Pte "A" 19864    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Parsons,

Matthew

Pte   12774 also 12779 28/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 28)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Mark and Mary Parsons, of 5, Dalton St., Darlington. Res: Darlington, Durham (Darlington, Durham)

 

 

Parton,

David

Pte   36607 13/10/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Cemetery

Son of Thomas and Jane Parton, of Sunderland; husband of Mary Dale Hanlon (formerly Parton), of 54, Lawrance St., Sunderland. Res: Sunderland

 

 

Pateman,

Frederick

Pte   4/9280 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Son of William Pateman, of 37, Evison Rd., Rothwell, Kettering. Res: Harrington, Near Northampton (Wootton, Bedford)

 

 

Patterson,

Fredrick A (H)

Pte "A" 12117    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Patterson,

F

Pte "C" 12724    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Payne,

George

Pte "C" 12124 06/05/1920 CWGC

Died Medical report 15/11/1917 Ref: T6559 Valvular disease of the heart, Sent home for discharge. 21/12/1917 (age 46) Service 3 years 3 months Field 2 years 8 months

Died age 46 48?
Cemetery: Otley (Newall-With-Clifton And Lindley) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parent: the late George Payne; husband of Elsie Payne, of 47, Orchard St., Otley. Born at St. John's Wood, London.

 

 

Payne,

James

Pte "D" 24280 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Stanley (Stanley )

 

 

Payne,

Edward John

Pte   38577 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 28/09/1917 List No.5376 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in Belgium (age 41)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Husband of Alice Payne, of 16, Park Terrace, Horden, Co. Durham. Res: Horden Colliery, Durham

 

 

Payne,

Edward

Pte   4/9960 18/03/1916 CWGC

Died

Died in France
Cemetery: Agny Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Middlesbrough (Middlesbrough )

 

 

Pearson,

H G

Pte "A" 13040    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Pearson,

Arthur

Pte   32092 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 16/11/1916 DT17111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Billingham (Billingham)

 

 

Pearson,

George William Mackay

Pte   43362 22/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 25)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Mr. James Pearson, of St. Anthony's, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and the late Margaret Pearson; husband of Elizabeth Dinning (formerly Pearson), of 795, Walker Rd., Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Byker, Newcastle )

 

 

Peel,

Alfred A

Pte "C"  18882    

Wound report 18/10/1917 List No.5393 NLS 1917_WList12 Medical report 19/09/1917 Ref: 6861 Gunshot wound VIII compound fracture right clavicle and right wrist. [VIII], 17/09/1917. No. 6 Ambulance Train. No. 61 Casualty Clearing Station. Hospital Ship 25/09/1917 Ward S (7 Days) Service 3 years Field 2 years

Died age 34

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Peet,

James Frank

Pte   18/1780 03/09/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 38)
Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

Son of James and Elizabeth Horton Peel, of Blackwell House, Seaton Carew, West Hartlepool, Co. Durham. Served in the South African Campaign with the 3rd Bn. Coldstream Guards. Res: West Hartlepool (Stranton)

 

 

Pendleton,

Richard

Pte "D" 20665    

Medical report 26/08/1916 Ref: 16913 Myalgia, Convalescent Depot, RTU 07/09/1916 (13 Days) Service 2 years Field 1 year 3 months

Died age 42

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Pendry,

Joshua

Pte "B" 26040    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Percival,

James

Pte "C" 9383    

Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915 Wound report 02/10/1918 List No. 5685 NLS 1918_WList62

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Percival,

Robert

Pte   14791    

Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915

 

 

Perkins,

Charles Ernest

L/Cpl   8695 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 09/11/1914 DT21121914

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Pescott,

David

A/Cpl "C" 12845    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Petty,

E

Pte "B" 26105    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Peverley, R

Pte "C" 28821    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Peverley,

Robert

Pte   36888 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Gateshead-On-Tyne (Newcastle-On-Tyne)

 

 

Phillips,

John R

Pte "A" 12259    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Phillips,

Thomas

Pte "B" 7789    

Wound report 07/12/1914 Reports refer to 3rd November 1914. DT07121914 Wound report 03/01/1918 List No. 5456 NLS 1918_Wlist23

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Gateshead

 

 

Pickard,

James

Pte   17904 04/04/1918 CWGC

Died of wounds Wound and missing report 31/05/1918 List No.5580 NLS 1918_WList44 Previously missing, now reported died as prisoner of war in German hands. 01/10/1918 List No. 5684 NLS 1918_WList62 Wound report 07/11/1917 List No. 5410 NLS 1917_Wlist15 Wound report 11/09/1916 Wounded: Shock-Shell DT12091916

Died in France
Cemetery: Premont British Cemetery

Res: Wingate, Durham Coundon, (Bishop Auckland)

 

 

Pickering,

Robert

Pte   25953 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Ashted, Birmingham (Ashted, Birmingham)

 

 

Pickering,

Charles

Pte   25954 23/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously erroneously reported killed 24/10/1915 DT03111915

Cemetery: Vaulx Hill Cemetery

Res: Reading (Earley, Reading, Berkshire)

 

 

Pickford,

Arthur

Pte "D" 24283 15/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 16/11/1916 DT17111916 Wound report 11/09/1916

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Edward and Eliza Pickford. Res: Hanley (Hanley)

 

 

Pletts,

John

Pte "B" 21483 21/03/1918 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Stanley (Spennymoor)

 

 

Pollitt,

William

Pte   11940 31/07/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Blyth (Wigan)

 

 

Pollock,

John H

Pte "B" 22612    

Wound report 04/05/1918 List No. 5557 NLS 1918_WList40

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Hendon

 

 

Pooley,

Adam

Pte "C" 12435    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Pooley,

Charles V

L/Cpl "D"  20423    

Medical report 29/06/1915 Ref: 4166, Valvular disease of the heart, Transferred No.14 & 3 Ambulance Train, Hospital Ship 05/07/1915 Calais Ward N (4 Days) Note: '29 & 30 June' recorded in For Original Disease on source. Service 9 months, Field 1 Month

Died age 21

 

 

Porteous,

John J

Pte "D" 20834    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Postle,

Joseph

Pte "C" 24290    

Medical report 22/03/1918 Ref: 5673 Shrapnel wound, buttock left, Transferred 63rd Field Ambulance 23/03/1918 Base. Wound report 11/05/1918 List No. 5563 NLS 1918_WList41

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Annfield Plain

 

 

Pottage,

James Wilfred

Pte   43290 06/05/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse

Wakefield (Walton)

 

 

Potts,

Thomas

Pte "B" 25854 Also 25354    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Powton,

Norman

Pte "B" 13949 14/07/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 21)
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John and Alice Powton, of Dunston, Gateshead; husband of Clara Powton, of Grand Hotel, Ashington, Northumberland. (St. Anne'S, County Durham )

 

 

Pratt,

Joseph F

Sgt "B"  12773    

Citation: Gazette 29819 10/11/1916

Wounded 17/06/1916 DT18091916 Influenza 29/04/1916

Died age 87 - 1979

Ryhope Hospital, near Seaham

Medal(s): MM

Dawdon Colliery

 

 

Prest,

Frank

L/Sgt "A" 12437    

Wound report 17/08/1916 Ref: 7067 Gunshot wound chest, Entrained Heilly. Detrained Rouen. Trip 18, Ward E, RTU 18/08/1916 Wound report 14/09/1916 DT15091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

West Cornforth

 

 

Preston,

Thomas

Pte   24305 29/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 22)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Margaret Elizabeth Preston, of 28, Henry St., New Shildon, Co. Durham, and the late William Preston. Res: Old Shildon, County Durham (Fremington, Richmond, Yorkshire)

 

 

Price,

William

Pte   11750 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Auckland (West Hartlepool)

 

 

Pringle,

William Andrew Hardy

Pte   11869 25/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 10/11/1915 DT20111915

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of William Pringle, of 62, Wesley St., Shieldfield, Newcastle-on-Tyne. (Newcastle )

 

 

Proctor,

Joseph Thornton

Pte   23/222 17/09/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds Previously reported wounded, now reported Died of Wounds 15/10/1917 List No.5390 NLS 1917_WList12 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Died in France (age 27)
Cemetery: Wimereux Communal Cemetery

Husband of Ellen Proctor, of 93, Cross Sheraton St., Spital Tongues, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Res: Newcastle-On-Tyne (St. John's, Northumberland)

 

 

Proud,

James Landale

Pte "D" 12877 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

West Hartlepool (West Hartlepool )

 

 

Proudlock,

Nicholas

Cpl "B" 4/9938 12/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 30)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Jessie Proudlock, of 41, Vane St., Station Town, Wingate, Co. Durham. Res: Wingate, Durham (Ponteland, Northumberland)

 

 

Pude,

Joseph J

L/Cpl "D" 16758    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Pumford,

R

Pte "C" 11717    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Pursell,

Ernest Albert

Pte "B" 25995    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916 Prisoner report 18/02/1918 Captured at Masnieres 03/12/1917 PA 20376 Transferred from Western Front to Minden Prisoner report 09/02/1918 Prisoner of war in German hands. List received from various sources. List No. 5488 NLS 1918_WList28

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

11 Lloyd Square, London

Dob: 14/04/1894

 

 

Purvis,

John George

Pte "D" 9090 10/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Bowburn, Durham (Grahead, Stanley, Durham)

 

 

Raine,

Wilton

Pte "C" 39270 09/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 19)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Son of John and Isabella Raine, of Sunderland. Res: South Shields (Sunderland)

 

 

Ramsey,

A

Pte "B" 20987    

Sick report 17/11/1915 Dental caries No.20 Casualty Clearing Station. RTU 30/11/1915 (14 Days) Service 1 year, Field 6 months

Died age 30

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ramsey,

John William

Pte   21474 29/06/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ramsey,

Mathew

Sgt "D" 9975 4/9975 4-9975 09/04/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds Either Miller or Ramsey shot by German when taking a support trench who had raised hands in surrender.

Died in France (age 26)
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of McCallie Ramsey and Jane Ramsey, of 65, Clavering Avenue, Dunston-on-Tyne, Co. Durham. Res: Dunston-On-Tyne (Redeaughall, Durham)

 

 

Randall,

James

Pte "D" 26064 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 34)
Cemetery: Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of James and Mary E. Randall, of Godie St., Camberwell, London. (Camberwell, London )

 

 

Ransom,

Ernest

Pte   23/293 23/08/1917 CWGC

Klled in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium (age 32)
Cemetery: Bedford House Cemetery

Son of Eliza Jane Ransom, of 8, Park Avenue, Perry St., Anlaby Rd., Hull, and the late William Thompson Ransom; husband of the late Alice Ransom (nee Arnold). (Driffield, Yorkshire )

 

 

Ratcliffe,

Thomas

Pte   42600 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Sunderland (St. Helens, Lancashire)

 

 

Rawling,

William

Sgt "D" 15242 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of James and Emma Rawling, of 30, Cook St., New Seaham, Co. Durham. Res: New Seaham Colliery, County Durham (Seaham Harbour)

 

 

Rawson,

William

Pte "B"

9966

4/9966

4-9966

   

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Ray,

John H

Pte "D" 27124    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Readman,

Thomas

Sgt "B" 15119    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Reardon,

Joseph Henry

Pte   11956 07/10/1915 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in United Kingdom (age 38)
Cemetery: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne (St. John'S Westgate And Elswick) Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of the late Patrick and Catherine Reardon, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Res: Newcastle (Newcastle)

 

 

Reay,

Thomas

Pte   12767 29/06/1915 CWGC

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Redfern,

John

Pte "C" 4/8593    

Wound report 06/06/1918 List No. 5585 NLS 1918_WList45 Wound report 30/01/1916 DT09021916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Stockton-on-Tees

 

 

Redshaw,

Benjamin

Pte   20741 11/08/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Seaham Harbour ( Seaham Harbour)

 

 

Reed,

John

Pte "A" 12700    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Reed,

Herbert

Pte   37177 13/04/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension

Son of George and Rachel Reed, of 8, Croft Terrace, Coundon, Bishop Auckland. (Waterhouses, Durham )

 

 

Reed,

Allen

Pte "B" 4/8911 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Wallsend-On-Tyne (Swalwell, County Durham)

 

 

Reed,

John T

Pte "D" 4/9264    

Wound report 30/10/1916 DT31101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Reed,

George Alderson

Pte "B" 4/9402 12/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Gilegate, Durham (Gilegate, Durham)

 

 

Rees,

Howell

Pte   23/335 08/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Res: Keithley (Aberdare, Wales)

 

 

Reeve,

Thomas

Cpl "C" 15118    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Reid,

John Joseph

Pte "D" 12770 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action (MGC) Previously reported wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 11/10/1917 List No.5387 NLS 1917_WList11 Previously reported wounded and missing, now reported killed. 11/12/1917 List No.5439 NLS 1917_WList20 Wound report 28/09/1917 List No.5376 NLS 1917_WList09

Died age 26
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Parents: Mary Ann Reid, of 7, Hawthorn St., Newcastle-on-Tyne, and the late Reuben Reid. Res: Easington (Thornley, Durham)

 

 

Renals,

Alfred J

Renalls (Wd)

Pte "B" 11788    

Medical report 02/05/1917 Ref: 11727 Gunshot wound VI.1 right buttock. Date of discharge 24/08/1917. C. Depot. Date of transfer 24/07/1917 Hospital Ship Jan Breydel. Metropolitan Hospital. Service 2 years 8 months Field 2 years

Died age 26

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Renwick,

George

Pte   42678 16/09/1916 CWGC

Citation: 4476

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers

 

 

Reynolds,

Harry

Pte "C" 21221    

Citation: Gazette issue 30093. 25/05/1917 pg 5164 Mentioned in Despatches by Sir Douglas Haig. Deserving of special mention.

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Rice,

Charles John

Pte "B" 43336 05/04/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917

Died in France
Cemetery: Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

Paddington Wandsworth

 

 

Richardson,

John

Pte "C" 12287    

Wound report 24/12/1915 DT03011916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Richardson,

G

Pte "C" 12805    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Richardson,

Robert

L/Cpl "B" 15209 11/04/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 13/02/1916 DT23021916

Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: North Shields, (Broom Park, County Durham)

 

 

Richardson,

George

Pte "C" 16013    

Wound report 01/08/1915 DT18081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Richardson,

William

Pte "C" 16203    

Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Dunston

 

 

Richardson,

Henry Denkin.

Pte   42605 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Richardson,

John Edward.

Pte   42666 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing Report 06/10/1917 No 5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium (age 33)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Mrs. Richardson, of 16, Bracken Rd., Darlington, and the late John Richardson. (Shildon )

 

 

Richings,

Tom

Pte   26042 07/04/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 21/02/1916 DT02031916

Died in France (age 22)
Cemetery: Agny Military Cemetery

Husband of Annie Richings, of Bull Lane, Winchcombe, Glos.

 

 

Rider,

John

Pte "C" 3/26063    

Citation: Silver Badge No B 242090

Wound report 07/06/1918 List No. 5586 (ASJT) NLS 1918_WList45 Wound report 27/10/1917 List No.5401 (PTE) NLS 1917_WList13 Medical discharge wounds, SGT 34914 Service 07/09/1916 - 05/03/1919

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Marylebone, W.

 

 

Ridley,

Robert H

Pte "B" 10003    

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Gateshead

 

 

Ridley,

Christopher F

Cpl   4/8761 28/09/1916 CWGC

Wound report 06/10/1916 DT07101916

Died in France
Cemetery: Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez

Windlestone, Ferryhill (Coundon Grange, Bishop Auckland )

 

 

Riseborough,

George

Pte   31796 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Previously reported Wounded, now reported Wounded and Missing 20/11/1916 DT21111916

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Ritchie,

William

Pte   24300 20/06/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium (age 20)
Cemetery: Lindenhoek Chalet Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Thomas B. and Alice Ritchie, of 1, School St., Dawdon Colliery, Co. Durham. (Kelloe)

 

 

Roberts,

Hugh William

Pte   44038 24/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Hooge Crater Cemetery

Cum-Y-Glo, Carnarvonshire (Llandeinidlen, Carnarvon)

 

 

Roberts,

David Albert

Pte   44039 20/10/1917 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Died in France (age 20)
Cemetery: Godewaersvelde British Cemetery

Son of Samuel and Elizabeth Roberts, of Glyn Ceiriog.

 

 

Robertson,

James

Cpl "C" 12699    

Wound report 29/10/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Robertson,

George

Pte "D" 12766 28/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Robinson,

John Thomas

Pte "A" 11159    

Medical report 07/01/1916 Ref: 7124 Trench feet slight, Hospital Ship Calais written in other hospitals column at source moved to additional information. No.22 Ambulance Train written in sick convoy column at source moved to additional information. Ward K (3 Days) RTU 09/01/1916 Service 1 year, Field 4 months

Died age 29

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Robinson,

T

Pte "B" 12262    

Citation: Gazette issue 29890. 01/02/1917 pg 241 Mentioned in Despatches by General Sir Douglas Haig, G.C.B., Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, to the Secretary of State for War, for distinguished and gallant services and devotion to duty. Gazette pg 919 Silver Badge 489958 Wounds 14-Aug-14 to 13-Nov-17

Wounded 06/01/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Robinson,

John

Pte "B" 12263    

Wound report 06/02/1917 DT07021917 Wound report 27/09/1917 List No.5375 NLS 1917_WList09 Wound report 03/05/1915 List No. 5556 NLS 1918_WList40

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Low Team Res: Gateshead

 

 

Robinson,

Martin

Sgt "A" 18950    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Robinson,

Joseph

Pte "B" 23089    

Wound report 30/01/1916 DT09021916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Robinson,

Ernest Ridley

Pte   12357 03/02/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound stripe 19/12/1915 ref DT30121915

Died in Belgium (age 29)
Cemetery: Essex Farm Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Francis and Anne Robinson, of Briery Dale, Sunderland.

 

 

Robinson,

Arthur

Pte   43265 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/10/1917 List No.5383 NLS 1917_WList10

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

NOK: Cottingham Res: Cottingham

 

 

Robinson,

Oliver

Pte   45448 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Tow Law (Tow Law)

 

 

Robson,

Anthony

Pte "A" 12433    

Citation: Gazette Issue 30364. M.M. 30/10/1917 pg 11341 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to award the Military Medal for bravery in the Field.

Wound report 27/09/1916 DT28091816 Wound report 15/11/1917 List No. 5417 NLS 1917_Wlist16

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Horden, Durham

 

 

Robson,

Mathew Reay

Pte "D" 20404    

Wound report 17/06/1916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Blaydon-On-Tyne

 

 

Robson,

J J

L/Cpl "A" 21502    

Wound report 29/05/1918 List No.5578 NLS 1918_WList44

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Blaydon

 

 

Robson,

Albert

Pte "C" 27071    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Robson,

C

Pte "A" 37242    

Wounded 06/01/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Robson,

Joseph William

Pte "D" 20528 31/10/1918 CWGC

Died in United Kingdom (age 22)
Cemetery: Stanley New Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Attached 6th Wood Cutting Company

 

Robson,

John

Pte   245302 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing 06/10/1917 NLS 1917_WList10 Reported Killed 19/03/1918 NLS 1918_WList34

Died in Belgium (age 26)
Cemetery: Hooge Crater Cemetery

Son of the late Andrew Simpson Robson and Elizabeth Mary Robson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.

 

 

Robson,

Edward

Pte   39379 23/08/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 29/10/1917 List No. 5402 NLS 1917_Wlist14

Died in Belgium (age 19)
Cemetery: Tyne Cot Memorial

Son of Thomas and Susannah Robson, of 79, Queen St., Gateshead. Res: Gateshead-On-Tyne (Gateshead-On-Tyne)

 

 

Robson,

Alexander

Pte   7142 13/08/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Brother of William Robson, of 17 1/2, Hope St., Sunderland. Res: Sunderland (Millfield, Sunderland)

 

 

Robson,

M

    Not Found    

Wound

Hexham

 

 

Roddham,

Richard

L/Cpl "B" 11938 Also 4938 ?    

Wound report 11/09/1916 DT12091916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Winalot

 

 

Rodgers,

C

Pte "B" 21459    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Rodriguez,

Frank

Pte   21/449 10/05/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 35)
Cemetery: Arras Memorial

Son of Manuel Rodriguez, of 25, Briar Avenue, Whitley Bay, Northumberland. Res: Monkseaton (Newcastle-On-Tyne)

 

 

Roe,

J

Pte "B" 25957    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Rogerson,

William Ernest

Capt        

Citation: CWGC Vol 1 De_Ruvigny_RoH pg 398

Died 13/11/1914 Heart Failure

 

 

Roke,

Patrick

Cpl   3/9236 14/12/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Sunderland (Sunderland)

 

 

Ronan,

James

Pte "B" 16643 14/08/1916 CWGC

Died of Wounds

Cemetery: Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: High Felling, Durham (Heworth, Gateshead-On-Tyne)

 

 

Ross,

Hugh

Sgt "C" 16624    

Wound report 08/07/1918 List No.5612 NLS 1918_WList50

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Gateshead

 

 

Rostron,

James

Pte "A" 26111    

Wound report 18/09/1916 DT19091916 Wound report 05/09/1917 List No. 5356 NLS 1917_WList06

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Darwen Res: Darwen

 

 

Rowe,

Matthew W Michael

L/Cpl "A" 16270    

Wound report 24/09/1916 DT25091916 Wound report 30/08/1915 DT16091915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Hebburn New Town

 

 

Rowe,

Robert

Pte   42745 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Thiepval Memorial

Res: Sunderland

 

 

Rowlands,

Joseph I

Pte   4/8784 20/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in Belgium (age 39)
Cemetery: Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of John and Catherine Rowlands, of Leasingthorne, Durham; husband of Margaret Jane Rowlands, of 28, Newcombe Street, Elswick, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

 

 

Rumble,

Christopher Frank

Pte "B" 21/374 also 374    

Wound report 02/09/1918 List No.5659 NLS 1918_WList58 19/4/1918 Gun Shot Wound Head (Wounded) 41st Divisional Rest Station 20th (Service) Battalion (Wearside) "C" Coy Wound report 04/06/1918 List No. 5583 NLS 1918_WList45 Wound report 03/12/1918 List No.5738 NLS 1918_WList71

Died age 20

Hartlepool

 

 

Russell,

Issac

Cpl "A" 12173    

Wound report 17/06/1918 List No.5594 NLS 1918_WList47 Wound report 14/08/1915 DT31081915

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Gateshead-on-Tyne

 

 

Russell,

Sidney

Pte "B" 24312 12/02/1916 CWGC

Wound report 24/11/1915 DT04121915

Died in Belgium (age 21)
Cemetery: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of George and Elizabeth Russell. (Jarrow)

 

 

Ryder,

Walter

  "D" 15224    

Medical report 15/10/1917 Ref: T38007. Buried. W. No. 18 Ambulance Train 16/10/1917 Service 3 years, Field 2 years 5 months Wound report 24/12/1915 Suffering from shock, shell" DT03011916 Wound report 28/11/1917 List No.5428 NLS 1917_WList18

Died age 32

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

NOK: Darlington

 

 

Sadler, R

Pte "C"  11800    

Wound report 18/09/1916 DT19091916 Wound report 29/20/1916 DT30101916

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: Guisborough

 

 

Salkeld,

Arthur

Pte "D" 20717    

Medical report 06/11/1917 T.6694 Myalgia (severe) Entrained Etaples. Detrained Calais. Trip 148. Convalescents for England. His Majesty's Ambulance Transport "Stad Antwerpen". 06/11/1917 Ward C

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Salkeld,

Henry

Pte "B" 16665 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action Wound report 03/10/1915 DT13101915 Missing report 06/11/1916 DT07111916

Died in France (age 29)
Cemetery: A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Husband of Mary Lowe (formerly Salkeld), of Bloomfield Ground, West Stanley, Co. Durham. (Chester-Le-Street )

 

 

Salter,

Richard

Pte   27209 08/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 33)
Cemetery: Le Fermont Military Cemetery, Riviere

Son of Henry and Margaret Salter. Res: Sunderland (Gateshead)

 

 

Satterley,

Arthur Mansell

Sgt "C" 12723 also 12725    

Citation: Gazette Issue 31227. M.M. 11/03/1919 pg 3434 His Majesty the King has been graciously pleased to approve of the award of the Military Medal for bravery in the Field to the Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men.

Wound report 25/10/1918 List No. 5705 NLS 1918_WList65

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Saville,

Albert E

Pte "A" 12469    

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Saville,

Cyril

Pte   26132 04/09/1915 CWGC

Killed in Action - Shot

Died in Belgium
Cemetery: Ypres Reservoir Cemetery

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Battersea

 

 

Scales,

Charles

Pte "D" 15240 16/09/1916 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France (age 23)
Cemetery: A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Son of Charles and Ellen Scales, of Seaham Harbour, Co. Durham.

 

 

Schofield,

Arthur

Pte   32121 30/08/1916 CWGC

Died of wounds

Died in France
Cemetery: Carnoy Military Cemetery

Darlington

 

 

Scollay,

George Edward

Pte "B" 43340 06/01/1917 CWGC

Killed in Action

Died in France
Cemetery: Faubourg D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras

London

 

 

Scott,

Walter M

L/Cpl   10050    

Wound report 29/09/1915 DT11101915

Springwell

 

 

Scott,

Robert

Pte "C" 19861    

Wound report 14/05/1918 List No.5565 NLS 1918_WList42 Wound report 11/07/1918 List No.5615 NLS 1918_WList50 Medical report Ref: 2550 Nasal polypus, Convalescent camp (22 days) RTU 01/04/1916 Service 1 year Field 10 months

Died age 27

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

Res: South Shields

 

 

Scott,

R

Pte "B" 10284    

Wounded 06/01/1917

Medal(s): Victory, British, 15 Star

 

 

Scott,

J

Pte