Illustrated Chronicle


"During the Great War the Illustrated Chronicle published photographs of soldiers and sailors from Newcastle and the North East of England, which had been in the news. The photographs were sent in by relatives and give us a glimpse into the past. The physical collection held by Newcastle Libraries comprises bound volumes of the newspaper from 1910 to 1925. We are keen to find out more about the people in the photographs. If you recognise anyone in the images and have any stories and information to add..." Newcastle Libraries

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Major Yate, prisoner of war

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E Woodbine, Newcastle, wounded

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W Wilson, Newcastle, wounded

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J Whitfield, Birtley, wounded

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H Wilkinson, Wolsingham, wounded

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T White, Cramlington, wounded

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Wilson, R 1914-11-11 (Nov)

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J Welch, Bedlington, wounded

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JH Waugh, Gateshead, killed

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J West, Byker, wounded

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M Whelan, Sunderland, killed

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T Watson, Newcastle, died of wounds

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A Watson, Blaydon, wounded

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L Watson, Edmonsley, wounded

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J Watson, Hendon, killed in action

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JH Ward, Dudley Colliery, killed

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R Walters, Wallsend, killed in action

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R Walters, Wallsend, killed in action

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JH Ward, Dudley Colliery, wounded

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J Varty, Newcastle, killed

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T Tweddle, Byker, prisoner in Germany

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S Urry, Spital Tongues, wounded and prisoner

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J Usway

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Gunner Townsend, Middlesbrough, prisoner of war

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Jack Toulson, Brotton, killed

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A Thorp, Ryton, dangerously wounded and prisoner

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E Tummins, Newburn, wounded

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E Thornton, Boldon, interned in Holland

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M, Thompson, Middlesbrough, wounded

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A Thompson, Silksworth, killed

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WD Thompson, Southwick, killed

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M Telfer, Byker, prisoner in Germany

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E Taylor, Crook, wounded

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J Tait, Newcastle, killed in action

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W Thomas - Byker - 3 Nov 1914

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P Taffe, Middlesbrough, prisoner

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T Stoker, West Hartlepool, killed in action

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W Strothers, Consett, wounded

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E Symonds, Newcastle, prisoner in Germany

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Alex Stewart, Newcastle, lost at sea

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T Sterling, Sunderland, killed in action

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G Stephenson, Boldon Colliery, killed

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J Stewart-Murray, Cameron Highlanders, missing

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JA Stephen, Hebburn, killed in action

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Lord Somers, 1st Life Guards, wounded

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RH Spooner, cricketer, wounded

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Stearman, C, Gateshead, killed in action

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W Steel, Kelloe, wounded

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F Snaith, Newcastle, wounded

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A Smithson, Elswick, wounded

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Lieut AG Murray Smith, killed

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A Smith or Leith?, Newcastle, killed

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E Sisson, West Hartlepool, wounded

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GM Slater, Sunderland, lost at sea

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J Slowther, Felling, wounded

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WEA Singyard, Newcastle, killed in action

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