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Pelaw 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.
Pelaw
from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
W Mills, Pelaw, wounded

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
J Reveley, Pelaw, died of wounds

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
J Cowie - 2nd DLI - Pelaw Grange

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Thomas Bow - HMS Viknor- Pelaw

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Private Gilliard - 2nd Suffolks - Pelaw

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Frank Hartley - HMS Superb - Pelaw

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Arthur Hartley - Lost with HMS Viknor - Pelaw

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
J Soulsby - 1st Devons - Pelaw

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Fred Hartley - 19th NF - Pelaw

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
A Davidson - 2nd Australians - Pelaw (Wounded)

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Fred Stewart - 19th DLI - Pelaw (Wounded)

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
W Armstrong - 12th NF - Pelaw Grange (Wounded)

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
Frank Smith - Coldstream Guards - Pelaw (Wounded)

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
C Hann - 8th DLI - South Pelaw (Wounded and prisoner)

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from IllustratedChronicles (flickr)
LC Hazelby - RND - Pelaw (Wounded)

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