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Boldon at War


During the First World War the Illustrated Chronicle published photographs of soldiers and sailors from Newcastle and the North East of England. These have been made available by Newcastle Libraries.
The Boldons
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Mrs. Buckham - Mother - Boldon Colliery

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J (T) Buckham - Father - Boldon Colliery

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E Buckham - Boldon Colliery

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G Buckham - Boldon Colliery

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R Buckham - Boldon Colliery

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G Stephenson, Boldon Colliery, killed

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W Buckham - Boldon Colliery

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E Thornton, Boldon, interned in Holland

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E Noble, Boldon, interned in Holland

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G Coulson, Boldon, interned in Holland

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W Flynn, Boldon, killed in action

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George Graham - 2nd West Yorkshire Regiment - Boldon Colliery

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Boldon Colliery Victims of War

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JR Crawford, Boldon Colliery, wounded

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C Handy - Boldon Colliery (Prisoner of War)

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Joseph Pearson - 2nd NF - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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W Short - 8th E Yorks - Boldon Colliery (Missing)

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J Atkinson - ASC - Boldon Colliery (Died in Hospital)

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J Knox - RND - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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B Parsons - RE - East Boldon (Killed)

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F Jewitt - 9th W Yorks - East Boldon (Killed)

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Joseph Bellerby - Boldon Colliery (Died of Wounds)

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Ed Fothergill - 7th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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James Holcraft - Inniskilling Fus -Boldon (Wounded)

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D Holland - 8th E Yorks - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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Joseph Robinson - 18th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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James Nyland - 10th Yorks - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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F Brown - RFA - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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E Hart - 15th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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William Parkin - Boldon Colliery (Killed)

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WT Wilson - 14th DLI - Boldon (Wounded)

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Jacob Adamson - W Yorks - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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AG Hutchinson - 15th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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Alfred Roberts - ? Yorks - Boldon Colliery (Wounded and missing)

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T Richardson - 15th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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F Fleming - 15th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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Sec Lieut FE Burkett - 14th DLI - East Boldon (Killed)

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RP Telford - 6th E Yorks - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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Daniel Temple - RND - Boldon Colliery (Died in hospital)

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QMS Clemens - 6th Yorks - Boldon (Wounded and missing)

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WB Taylor - 2nd DLI - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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ED Case - Loyal North Lancashire Regiment - South Boldon (Killed)

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R Jobes - KRR - Boldon Colliery (Killed)

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R Jobes - 4th KRR - Boldon Colliery (Killed)

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JH Griffiths - W Yorks - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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EL Castleton - RND - Boldon Colliery (Wounded)

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W Hetherington - 7th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Died of Wounds)

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JH Dryden - 7th DLI - Boldon Colliery (Died of Wounds)

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Help for Wounded

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Driver Luke - 1st Northumbrian RE

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JA Wilkin - RAMC - Boldon Colliery (Died)

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1916-03-08 (Mar) C 11

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1916-02-05 (Feb) C 07

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1916-02-05 (Feb) C 06

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1916-03-08 (Mar) C 07

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Two Youthful Local Officers Killed

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25.04.17s

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