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Westerhope 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.
Westerhope
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R Nichol - Westerhope

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James Pegg - Westerhope

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John Pegg - Westerhope

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JT Thaxter - Westerhope

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GR Thaxter - Westerhope

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E Thaxter - Westerhope

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H Thaxter - Westerhope

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JW Thaxter -Westerhope

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Peter McDonald - 2nd NF - Westerhope (Wounded and Missing)

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E Usher - 9th NF - Westerhope (Killed)

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Pte McDonald - 2nd NF - Westerhope (Wounded)

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John Hall - 6th NF - Westerhope (Wounded)

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PW McGann - 4th NF - Westerhope (Wounded)

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26.04.17d6

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