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List of Relatives who served 1914-1918

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michael keely

Duffy James Gunner 44436 RGA 279 Siege Battery

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Mowatt

Maternal Grandfather: Pte George Mowatt Scott, Royal Scots Fusiliers. Regimental number and Battalion not known (lived in Ayr at the time) as I'm still trying to find this out.

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Lone Pine2

My Grandad

1422 Private William Pritchard

"D" Company

4th Battalion AIF

Landed ANZAC Cove 25th April between 11am and noon

Killed in Action Lone Pine 6 - 9th August 1915

Memorial Lone Pine

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rumplestiltskin

This is my family members. 16630 PTE Richard Hannan 1st Battalion RDF'S. KIA 01-07-1916 Remembered.

1648 Rifleman William Hannan 11th Bttalion London Regiment (Finsbury Rifles) KIA 18-08-1915 Remembered.

13193 Sergeant William Hannan 6th Battalion Ox & Bucks Light infantry.Not Forgotten.

42248 PTE Albert Beauchamp 2nd/10th Battalion London Regiment died 25-09-1917. Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery. Remembered

12395 PTE Joseph Hannan 6th Ox & Bucks Light Infantry, Not Forgotten

55642 DVR Thomas Pretty C' Battery 71st Brigade Royal Field Artillery died 09-04-1917 Remembered.

10230 PTE William Beauchamp 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment KIA 28-10-1914 Remembered.

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MBrockway
On 20/12/2007 at 13:12, channelhopper said:

My Grandfather

16-720 Pte Harry Bebb 16th West Yorkshire Regt

His brothers

22028 Pte Louis Bebb Lanc Fus

C/6209 Pte Norman Bebb KIA 10/10/16 18th KRRC

50616 Pte Thomas W Bebb West Yorkshire Regiment

His Cousin

24545 Pte Herbert Bebb KIA 04/11/18 9th West Riding Regiment

My Great Grandfather

21/1490 Pte Adam Smith Northumberland Fusiliers

God Bless them !

Channelhopper

 

 

Read this topic here and you'll be very pleased:

 

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Sarah Thomson

Pte Harry coy

Oxford & Buckinghamshire Light infantry 1914

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Kimberley John Lindsay

Dear All,

My grandfather:-

Capt William Frederic Lindsay, MC (1880-1940), 53rd Bn AIF (wounded) France; Lt-Col., MC, ED.

His brothers:-

Lieut. George Lindsay (1886-1968), 53rd Bn AIF, France.

Sgt Walter Lindsay (1888-1958), Egypt, Invalided, 

2962 Tpr. Thomas Francis Lindsay, 1st Australian Light Horse; KiA Palestine, 14 July 1918, aged 27.

Kindest regards,

Kim.

Edited by Kimberley John Lindsay

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