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New CWGC Commemorations 23.10.14


Terry Denham
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CWGC added the following casualties to its database today.

CAYLEY-WEBSTER, Herbert

Captain

Royal Field Artillery

Died 29.07.17 Age 52

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

HANLEY, William

Rifleman 3907

1/16 Bn, London Regiment (Queen’s Westminster Rifles)

Died 01.07.16

Commemorated: France (1914-1918) Memorial

HOOD, John

Private 201273

2 Bn, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

Died 17.08.17

Commemorated: Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium

MEAL, Violet

Worker 53144

Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps

Died 03.04.20 Age 31

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

NOT FORGOTTEN

Some of the above were In From the Cold Project cases.

- Capt Cayley-Webster died of nephritis and heart disease (Volunteer: Chris Harley)

- Pte Hood was killed in action (Volunteer: Jim Grant)

- Worker Meal died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Barney Loughran)

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May They Rest In Peace

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Always remembered. Well done, everybody.

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Rest in peace, gone no not forgotten.

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  • 3 months later...

CAYLEY-WEBSTER, HERBERT

Rank:CaptainDate of Death:29/07/1917Age:52Regiment/Service:Royal Field ArtilleryGrave Reference:Plot W.1. Grave 130. 6/16Cemetery:BROMPTON CEMETERYAdditional Information:Husband of Pauline Louise Cayley-Webster of London, SW3.

N.B.

This casualty has recently been accepted for commemoration by the Commission. The Commission is in the process of seeking permission to install a pedestal type marker to mark his grave.

Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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MEAL, VIOLET

Rank:
Worker
Service No:
53144
Date of Death:
03/04/1920
Age:
31
Regiment/Service:
Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps
Grave Reference:
Row 6. Grave 3.
Cemetery:
CAISTER-ON-SEA CEMETERY
 
Additional Information:
Daughter of Joseph Edward Meal of Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk.
 
Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.
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