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Wigton 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.
Wigton Wigton, Woodside and Oulton War Memorial
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Pte. Pearson - Wigton - (Wounded)

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Pte. J Honey - Border Regt. - Wigton

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W. Sinton - Borders - Wigton - Military Medal

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J. Arnison - Borders - Wigton - Bar to MM

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J. Arnison - Border - Wigton - Military Medal

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J. Armison - Borders - Wigton - Military Medal.

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W. Ismay - Borders - Wigton - Military Medal.

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G. Telford - Borders - Wigton - Military Medal.

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Corpl. R. Carrick - Wigton - Border Regt.

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J.S. Lancaster - DLI - Wigton - Wounded

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Pte. J. RAMPSON, Borders, Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal).

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Lieyt. C. Hewetson - Wigton - Killed

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2nd Lieut. R.P. JOHNSTON, Borders, Wigton, (In hospital).

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Fell, W. S. - Borders - Wigton - Bar to Military Medal

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Corpl. J. ARNISON, Borders, Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal).

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Lieut. A. HUMPHREYS, R.N.D., Wigton, (Killed).

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Pte. W.S. FELL, Borders, Wigton, (Awarded D.C.M.).

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2nd-Lieut. I.H. HUMPHREY(S), Borders, Wigton, (Severely Wounded).

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Sergt. W. STUDHOLME, R.F.C., Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal).

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Hewetson, J.D - South Staffs - Wigton - Mentioned in Despatches

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2nd Lieut. A. HEWETSON, Wigton, (Killed).

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Gunner T. RUDD, R.F.A., Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal).

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Cadet J.B. KAYSS, Canadians, Wigton, (Died in Hospital).

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Lieut. E.S. McMILLAN, Canadians, Wigton, (Wounded).

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Lieut. J.H. HAYTON, R.F.A., Wigton, (Awarded Military Cross).

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Sinton, W. M. - Wigton - Military Medal

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Bomb. P. STUDHOLME, Canadians, Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal).

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2nd Lieut. C.N. KENNEDY, Borders, Wigton, (Shell-Shock).

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W.R. Parkin - London Regt. - Wigton -Military Medal

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Captain J.D. HEWETSON, Wigton, (Killed).

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Lieut. J.S. HAYTON, R.F.A., Wigton, (Awarded Military Cross).

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Sergt. W. STUDHOLME, R.F.C., Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal - Died from wounds).

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Corpl. J. BOWMAN, Caldbeck, Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal).

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L-Corpl. T.N. ARMSTRONG, A.&S. HIGHLANDERS, Wigton, (Awarded Military Medal).

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Lieut. J. AIRD, R.F.A., Wigton, (Awarded Military Cross).

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Sergt. J. VEITCH, R.F.A., Wigton, (Awarded D.C.M.).

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J.J. Twentyman - Wigton - D.C.M.

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Gunner T. Rudd. Wigton (Military Medal)

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Wigton, Woodside and Oulton War Memorial
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Wigton, Woodside and Oulton War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View Wigton, Woodside and Oulton war memorial was erected in 1920 within Wigton Cemetery to commemorate 119 local servicemen. The site was donated by the Wigton Joint ...

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