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Workington at War


During the First World War the Illustrated Chronicle published photographs of soldiers and sailors from Newcastle and parts of the North of England. These have been made available by Newcastle Libraries.

Workington
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JW Foster - RN - Workington (Killed)

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K Scott - 2nd KOSB - Workington (French Military Cross)

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Joseph Magee - 7th Border Regt - Workington (Killed)

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Gilbert Stewart - 9th Cameron H - Workington (Wounded and Missing)

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James Nelson - 1st Border Regt - Workington (Missing)

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Fred Benson - 8th NF - Workington (Died of dysentery)

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James Wright - 6th Border Regt - Workington (Missing)

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J Martin Bell - 6th Border Regt - Workington (Missing)

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Walter Instone - 2nd E Yorks - Workington (Killed)

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F Hetherington - RFA - Workington (Killed)

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W Sanderson - 5th Border R - Workington (Reported Killed)

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H Dakers - 6th Border Regiment - Workington (Killed)

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Brave Cumberland Soldiers

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Pte Hamilton - Gordon Highlanders - Spennymoor (Killed)

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1916-01-20 (Jan) C 12

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1916-03-06 (Mar) A 14

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1916-03-18 (Mar) E 07

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1916-01-22 (Jan) D 07

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26.04.17f

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21.04.17a

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15.04.17h

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03.04.17d

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04.04.17a7

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28.12.1917c

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24.12.1918k

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F. N. Nichols - A.B. - Workington - Drowned

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W. Williams - Borders - Workington - Wounded

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W. Yeowart - Borders - Workington - Killed

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J. Simpson - Borders - Workington - Missing

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J. Stubbs -MM. -RGA - Workington - killed

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G. Lawman - SW Borderers - Workington - Killed

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W. Lawman- East Yorks - Workington - Killed

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T. Mooney - Borderers - Workington - Killed

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J. Carruthers - Borderers - Workington - Killed

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Pte. J.W. HUNTER, Borders, Workington, (Killed).

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Sig. W. Nixon - RGA - Workington - M.M.

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D.J. Mason - RFA - Workington - Mentioned

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Crearer - RFA - Workington - Dead

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Signaller W. Nixon - R.G.A. - Workington

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