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Cowpen 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.
Cowpen Blyth at War Cowpen War Memorial Kitty Brewster (Blyth) at War
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James Fulbeck - Cowpen Quay

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JJ Fulbeck - Cowpen Quay

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R Fulbeck - Cowpen Quay

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Mr Allen - Parent - Cowpen

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H Allen - Cowpen

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J Allen - Cowpen

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Mrs Allen - Parent - Cowpen

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T Allen - Cowpen

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James Nesbitt - Cowpen

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William Allen - Cowpen

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Walter Allen - Cowpen

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George Milburn - Cowpen New Town

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Robert Milburn - Cowpen New Town

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Joseph Milburn - Cowpen New Town

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James Milburn - Cowpen New Town

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Pte John Tweedy - N.F. - Cowpen Village (prisoner of war)

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JE Stephens - 12th NF - Cowpen Village (Wounded)

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JH Southern - 10th NF - Cowpen Colliery (Killed)

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Pte Allen - 6th E Yorks - Cowpen Colliery (Wounded)

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Pte G Wilkinson - 8th N.F. Cowpen (wounded)

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J Martin - KOYLI - Cowpen New Town (Wounded)

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A Allen - Blyth

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Blyth at War
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Blyth 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.
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1916-01-18 (Jan) C 11

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1916-01-12 (Jan) E 11

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1916-10-02 (Oct) C.47

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Cowpen War Memorial
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Cowpen War Memorial
- The war memorial in Cowpen, Blyth, is located on the junction of Briardale Road and Cowpen Road. It was built in 1920 to commemorate 59 local servicemen who lost their ...
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J. M. Ord - N.F. - Cowpen Village - Wounded

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W. Ord - N.F. - Cowpen - Wounded

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T. Ord - N.F. - Cowpen - Wounded

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A. Devlin - NF - Cowpen - Died of Wounds

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Pte. JOHN BARTON, N.F., Cowpen Quay, (Wounded and Gassed).

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