Jesmond 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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A Glazebrook - ASC - West Jesmond

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Mr Glazebrook - West Jesmond

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WE Johnson - 2nd Scots Guards - Jesmond

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WE Light, Jesmond, killed

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WH Glazebrook - West Jesmond

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Signaller Glazebrook - West Jesmond

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Edward Nicholson - Willerby - Jesmond

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E Mee - Navy - West Jesmond, Newcastle

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R Mee - Navy - West Jesmond, Newcastle

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L Mee - Navy - West Jesmond, Newcastle

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W Mee - Navy - West Jesmond, Newcastle

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J Stubbs - Jesmond

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DCM Married at Jesmond

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John Christie - ASC - Jesmond (Died in Hospital)

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JT Anderson - CEF - Jesmond (Prisoner of War)

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James Hair - Royal Field Artillery - Newcastle

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Percy R Anderson - 12th West Yorks - Jesmond (Killed)

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SW Pletts - 12th NF - Jesmond (Wounded)

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Pioneer E Boyle - 9th nNF - Jesmond (Killed)

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CS Hair - 8th DLI - Jesmond (Died of wounds)

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Miss Tidewell - Matron of "Kitchener Ward" at hospital on Jesmond Road, Newcastle

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E Fulton - 6th NF - Jesmond (Wounded)

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R Campbell - 6th NF - Jesmond (wounded)

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Pte Lant - 6th NF - Jesmond (wounded)

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John Bell - 1st NF - Jesmond (killed)

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P Luffie - 2nd E Lancs Regt - Jesmond (Wounded)

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Hair, James - Jesmond - 13 Mar 1915

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Thomas Eric Grahame - Newcastle

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Thomas Eric Grahame - Newcastle

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Septimus Speed - NDRE - Newcastle

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Andy Magin - 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards - Blaydon

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James Speed - NDRE - Newcastle

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Norman Speed - NDRE - Newcastle

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Major Robb, D.L.I., died of injuries

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Paul Speed - Northern Cyclist Battalion - Newcastle

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1916-01-11 (Jan) A.01 01

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1916-10-02 (Oct) C.50

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24.04.17a

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19.04.17a

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