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New CWGC Commemorations


Terry Denham
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CWGC added the following 'new' WW1 casualties to its Debt of Honour database on Thursday 22nd October

Pte William Arthur HOLMAN

15889 9th Bn, Devonshire Regiment

Died between 25.09.15 and 30.09.15 Age 35

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte Frederick HOWE

1452 1/1st Bn, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)

Died 25.09.15 Age 20

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte Thomas JEMMIESON

17061 10th Bn, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

Died 25.09.15 Age 22

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte Edward JONES

11489 2nd Bn, Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment)

Died 01.07.17 Age 25

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte Timothy KELLY

17770 12th Bn, Highland Light Infantry

Died 25.09.15 Age 31

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte Sydney Claude KING

21340 4th Bn, Grenadier Guards

Died 27.09.15 Age 20

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte Victor KING

42340 1/6th Bn, North Staffordshire Regiment

Died 27.08.18 Age 23

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Gnr Thomas Evan LLOYD

43184 Royal Garrison Artillery

Died 02.08.15 Age 25

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte William MASON

16229 12th Bn, Royal Fusiliers

Died 28.09.15 Age 19

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

Pte James McCOLL

12727 10th Bn, Highland Light Infantry

Died 25.09.15 Age 30

Commemoration: Loos Memorial, France

NOT FORGOTTEN

The above are In From the Cold Project cases and they were killed or missing in action.

Pte Holman (Volunteer: Alan Curragh)

Pte Howe (Volunteer: Peter Gillings)

Pte Jemmieson (Volunteer: Adrian Wright)

Pte Jones (Volunteer: Adrian Wright)

Pte Kelly (Volunteer: Adrian Wright)

Pte S.C.King (Volunteer: Alan Brockbank)

Pte V.King (Volunteer: Alan Brockbank)

Gnr Lloyd (Volunteer: Liz Crow)

Pte Mason (Volunteer: Diane Shakespeare)

Pte McColl (Volunteer: Adrian Wright)

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Remembered -Rest in peace. Well done the IFTC project team once again.

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Rest in peace soldier boy's

Gone and no longer forgotten.

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May They Rest In Peace

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