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Hollybrook Memorial - Grave Finds


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Now checking out all of the names on the Hollybrook Memorial

CIRCUIT, FREDERICK JOSEPH

Rank:CorporalService No:26558Date of Death:05/08/1916Age:26Regiment/Service:The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 17th Bn. Panel Reference MemorialHOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTON

Additional Information:

Son of the late Frederick Joseph and Elizabeth Circuit; husband of Henrietta Circuit, of 32, Shallcross St., Everton, Liverpool.

Grave found at Anfield Cemetery Liverpool; with thanks to Kathy Donaldson

The entry in the original CWGC register shows that he died of wounds at sea en route to UK from France

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COOK, JOSEPH

Rank:GunnerService No:85218Date of Death:13/12/1917Age:33Regiment/Service:Royal Garrison ArtilleryPanel Reference:Panel 105.Memorial:HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTONAdditional Information:Husband of Elizabeth Ann Cook of 3 Cumberland Street, Blackburn.

Grave Found Blackburn Cemetery

Soldiers Effects showed he died at the Highbury VAD Hospital.

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HUGHES, EDWARD WILLIAM

Rank:LieutenantDate of Death:29/01/1918Regiment/Service:Army Veterinary CorpsPanel Reference:Panel 104.Memorial:HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTONAdditional Information:Son of Charles and Amelia Jane Hugh of 84 Liscard Road, Wallasey, Cheshire.

Wallasey Rake Lane Cemetery. With thanks to Kathy Donaldson.

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SMITH, FRANK

Rank:PrivateService No:5166Date of Death:31/07/1915Regiment/Service:The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment 1st/5th Bn. Panel Reference:Panel 106.Memorial:HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTONAdditional Information:Husband of Mrs Elizabeth Ann Smith of 2 Kenyon Street, Bolton, Lancs.

Walmsley Christ Churchyard Lancs

With thanks to CGM.

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POTTER, CHARLES AUGUSTUS

Rank: Serjeant Service No: 9749 Date of Death: 10/03/1918 Age: 27 Regiment/Service: King's Royal Rifle Corps Panel Reference: Panel 104. Memorial: HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTON Additional Information: Husband of Agnes Mann formerly Potter of 33 Kelmscott Road, Battersea. Grave found Wandsworth Cemetery. He was a post discharge death according to Service Effects Register.
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RICHARDS, CHARLES




Rank:Staff SerjeantTrade:ArmourerService No:A/1345Date of Death:12/06/1915Regiment/Service:Army Ordnance CorpsPanel Reference: Memorial:HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTONAdditional Information:Husband of Mrs. F.A. Richards, of 172, Scholsfield St., Nechells, Birmingham.

Aston SS Peter & Paul Churchyard Birmingham

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COOK, JOSEPH

Rank:GunnerService No:85218Date of Death:13/12/1917Age:33Regiment/Service:Royal Garrison ArtilleryGrave Reference:G. N.C. 10967Cemetery:BLACKBURN CEMETERYAdditional Information:Husband of Elizabeth Ann Cook of 3 Cumberland Street, Blackburn.

N.B.

Recent research has shown that Gunner Cook is buried here. The Commission is in the process of erecting a headstone to mark his grave. Please note that this casualty was previously commemorated on the Hollybrook Memorial; his name will be removed when the appropriate panel is next replaced.

Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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POTTER, CHARLES AUGUSTUS

Rank:SerjeantService No:9749Date of Death:10/03/1918Age:27Regiment/Service:King's Royal Rifle CorpsGrave Reference:Screen Wall. Block 20. Grave 255.Cemetery:WANDSWORTH (EARLSFIELD) CEMETERYAdditional Information:Husband of Agnes Mann formerly Potter of 33 Kelmscott Road, Battersea.

Commemoration Moved From Brookwood 1914-18 Memorial.

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BARRETT, SOPHIA VIOLET

Rank:NurseDate of Death:10/10/1918Regiment/Service:Voluntary Aid DetachmentPanel Reference: Memorial:HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTON

Grave Found Kilternan Church Of Ireland Churchyard, Co Dublin.

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BARRETT, SOPHIA VIOLET

Rank:
Nurse
Date of Death:
10/10/1918
Regiment/Service:
Voluntary Aid Detachment
Awards:
Mentioned in Despatches
Grave Reference:
Right of main path.
Cemetery:
KILTERNAN CHURCH OF IRELAND CHURCHYARD
 
Commemoration Moved From Hollybrook Memorial. 
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On ‎20‎/‎04‎/‎2015 at 14:52, chrisharley9 said:

RICHARDS, CHARLES




Rank:Staff SerjeantTrade:ArmourerService No:A/1345Date of Death:12/06/1915Regiment/Service:Army Ordnance CorpsPanel Reference: Memorial:HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTONAdditional Information:Husband of Mrs. F.A. Richards, of 172, Scholsfield St., Nechells, Birmingham.

Aston SS Peter & Paul Churchyard Birmingham

RICHARDS, CHARLES

Rank:
Staff Serjeant
Trade:
Armourer
Service No:
A/1345
Date of Death:
12/06/1915
Regiment/Service:
Army Ordnance Corps
Grave Reference:
Special Memorial (North of church).
Cemetery:
ASTON (SS. PETER AND PAUL) CHURCHYARD
 
Additional Information:
Husband of Mrs. F.A. Richards, of 172, Scholsfield St., Nechells, Birmingham.
 
 

N.B.

Recent research has shown that Staff Serjeant is buried here. The Commission is in the process of producing a special memorial headstone to commemorate him as it is not possible to mark his actual grave.

 

Commemoration Now Moved.

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PRIVATE
JOHN WEBSTER
Service Number: 32698
Regiment & Unit/Ship
Royal Fusiliers

Date of Death
Died 03 July 1916

Buried or commemorated at
HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTON

 

Grave Found Lambeth Cemetery.

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