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Ambleside at War


During the First World War the Illustrated Chronicle published photographs of soldiers and sailors from Newcastle and the Northern England. These have been made available by Newcastle Libraries.
Ambleside War Memorial, Ambleside
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Corpl. E. HERD, Ambleside, (Awarded M.M & Bar).

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Corpl. J.W. WHITFIELD, R.E., Ambleside, (Awarded Military Medal).

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J. Strickland - East Lancs. - Ambleside - Military Medal

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Pte. B. BLACK, Borders, Ambleside, (Awarded Serbian Gold Medal).

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Lce.-Cpl. B. Thomas - Ambleside

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Captain A.J. BENTLEY, Borderers, Ambleside, (Awarded Military Cross).

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Pte. R.W. Strickland - Ambleside - Border Regiment

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T. Nicholson - Borders - Ambleside - Military Medal

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War Memorial, Ambleside
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War Memorial, Ambleside
- The war memorial in Ambleside is located on a prominent raised plot in the churchyard of St Mary's Church. The memorial was built to commemorate 68 local servicemen who lost ...

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