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Terry Denham

New CWGC Commemorations 26.01.17

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Terry Denham

CWGC added the following casualties to the WW1 War Dead Roll today.

 

All are temporarily commemorated in the United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

FENLON, James

Private  1279

4th (Queen’s Own) Hussars

Died 11.06.17  Age 28

 

FRIEL, Charles Joseph

Private  23814

9 Bn, Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Died 24.10.17  Age 20

 

GRANT, Lydia William Falconar

Nurse

Voluntary Aid Detachment

Died 01.04.17  Age 47

 

HARTIGAN, Thomas

Lance Corporal  3/5126

3 Bn, Royal Munster Fusiliers

Died 19.02.17  Age 38

 

KANE, William

Private  15984

8 Bn, Royal Irish Fusiliers

Died 07.12.17  Age 25

 

KENNEDY, James Robert

Lieutenant Colonel

96th Berar Infantry

Died 02.08.17  Age 48

 

MAGILL, William

Private  7497

1 Bn, Royal Irish Rifles

Died 10.10.16  Age 30

 

MARSHALL, Thomas

Private  3414

Labour Corps

Died 28.03.18  Age 40

 

MOSSMAN, Harry

Sapper  16942

Royal Engineers

Died 30.12.15  Age 28

 

ROBERTSON, James Archibald

Private  146

5 Bn, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

Died 09.03.17  Age 33

 

RUFFLEY, Michael

Private  10242

2 Bn, Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Died 16.02.18  Age 26

 

SLICKER, Daniel

Private  20582

4 Bn, Royal Irish Fusiliers

Died 08.06.18  Age 41

 

SMYTH, William James

Lance Corporal  18798

12 Bn, Royal Irish Rifles

Died 03.01.18  Age 21

 

TONER, James

Serjeant  G/15204

1 Garrison Bn, Royal Irish Fusiliers

Died 26.05.17  Age 49

 

WARBY, James

Private  9448

1 Bn, Leinster Regiment

Died 20.12.18  Age 25

 

WAYLEN, Henry John

Private  2740

5 Bn, Gloucestershire Regiment

Died 02.05.17  Age 31

 

WILSON, George Buchanan

Sapper  WR/355358

Royal Engineers

Died 28.02.18  Age 48

 

NOT FORGOTTEN

 

The above were In From the Cold Project cases.

- Pte Fenlon died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Chris Harley)

 - Pte Friel died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Nurse Grant died of measles (Volunteer: Chris Harley)

- L/Cpl Hartigan died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Damian Cawley)

- Pte Kane died post-discharge of jaundice (Volunteer: Tom Burnell)

- Lt Col Kennedy died of nephritis (Volunteer: Chris Harley)

- Pte Magill died post-discharge of nephritis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Pte Marshall died post-discharge of pernicious anaemia (Volunteer: Paul Charlesworth)

- Spr Mossman died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Tom Burnell)

- Pte Robertson died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Pte Ruffley died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Pte Slicker died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- L/Cpl Smyth died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Sjt Toner died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Pte Warby died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Pte Waylen died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: John Dixon)

- Spr Wilson died in the Mediterranean when hospital ship S.P.17 sank (Volunteer: Hywyn Williams)

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Hywyn

 

Thank you Terry for putting Sapper Wilson forward for inclusion.

I came across Sapper Wilson whilst researching his vessel as per this thread

 

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museumtom

Well done to all. We WILL remember them.

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chrisharley9

May They Rest In Peace.

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PaulC78

Headstone for Thomas Marshall at Manchester Southern Cemetery, which I found purely by chance last summer. With thanks to Hywyn for helping identify this man.

 

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Murrough

May they rest in peace,and a  big well done to everybody involved in the project.

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WILSON, GEORGE BUCHANAN

Rank:
Sapper
Service No:
WR/355358
Date of Death:
26/02/1918
Age:
48
Regiment/Service:
Royal Engineers
 
Inland Water Transport
Panel Reference:
Addenda Panel
Memorial:
BASRA MEMORIAL
 
Commemoration Moved From UK BOR. 

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GRANT, LYDIA WILLIAM FALCONAR

Rank:
Nurse
Date of Death:
01/04/1917
Age:
37
Regiment/Service:
Voluntary Aid Detachment
 
2nd Western General Hospital
Grave Reference:
Q. CE. 285.
Cemetery:
MANCHESTER SOUTHERN CEMETERY
 
Additional Information:
Sister of Chesborough Grant, of Whytecliffe Albion, Queensland, Australia.
 
Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

MARSHALL, THOMAS

Rank:
Private
Service No:
3414
Date of Death:
28/03/1918
Age:
40
Regiment/Service:
Labour Corps
 
298th Labour Coy.
Grave Reference:
S. CE. 519.
Cemetery:
MANCHESTER SOUTHERN CEMETERY
 
Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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SLICKER, DANIEL

Rank:
Private
Service No:
20582
Date of Death:
08/06/1918
Age:
41
Regiment/Service:
Royal Irish Fusiliers
 
4th Bn.
Grave Reference:
Garden. YF. 204.
Cemetery:
GLASNEVIN (OR PROSPECT) CEMETERY
 
Additional Information:
Husband of the late Anne Slicker of Dublin.
 
 

N.B.

Recent research has shown that Private Slicker is buried here. The Commission is in the process of producing a headstone to mark his grave.

 

Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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WAYLEN, HENRY JOHN

Rank:
Private
Service No:
2740
Date of Death:
02/05/1917
Age:
31
Regiment/Service:
Gloucestershire Regiment
 
5th Bn.
Grave Reference:
C. 281.
Cemetery:
TEWKESBURY CEMETERY
 
Additional Information:
Son of Edwin and Emily Waylen of Tewkesbury, Glos.
 
 

N.B.

Recent research has shown that Private Waylen is buried here. The Commission is in the process of producing a headstone to mark his grave.

 

Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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FRIEL, CHARLES JOSEPH

Rank:
Private
Service No:
23814
Date of Death:
24/10/1917
Age:
20
Regiment/Service:
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
 
9th Bn.
Grave Reference:
SS. 592.
Cemetery:
GREENOCK CEMETERY
 
Additional Information:
Son of Bridget Friel and the late John Friel of Greenock.
 
 

N.B.

Recent research has shown that Private Friel is buried here. The Commission is in the process of producing a headstone to mark his grave.

 

Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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TONER, James

Serjeant  G/15204

1 Garrison Bn, Royal Irish Fusiliers

Died 26.05.17  Age 49

 

Grave Found Belfast Milltown Cemetery.

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On ‎16‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 20:29, chrisharley9 said:

TONER, James

Serjeant  G/15204

1 Garrison Bn, Royal Irish Fusiliers

Died 26.05.17  Age 49

 

Grave Found Belfast Milltown Cemetery.

Commemoration Moved To Belfast Milltown Cemetery.

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