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New CWGC Commemorations 04.02.17

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

 

DALY, Robert Thompson

2nd Corporal  02791

Army Ordnance Corps

Died 07.01.17  Age 29

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

DALY, Thomas

Private  3674

3 Bn, Irish Guards

Died 29.04.16  Age 26

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

DAVEY, Maurice Joseph

Private  2494

4 Bn, Connaught Rangers

Died 02.05.18  Age 36

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

DAVIDSON, Thomas

Rifleman  139

18 Bn, Royal Irish Rifles

Died 18.10.15  Age 30

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

DAVIES, Eva Martha

Nurse

Voluntary Aid Detachment

Died 16.06.16  Age 21

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

DENNAN, James

Private  5350

5 Bn, Connaught Rangers

Died 15.05.18  Age 40

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

FERGUSON, Monica Machin

Nurse

Voluntary Aid Detachment

Died 21.11.18  Age 24

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

FINLAY, James

Rifleman  13/17617

13 Bn, Royal Irish Rifles

Died 19.01.19  Age 49

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

FOLEY, John

Private  22016

8 Bn, Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Died 21.07.18  Age 30

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

GORDON, John

Private  4739

5 Bn, Connaught Rangers

Died 01.08.18  Age 22

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

GRAHAM, Samuel

Private  131

19 Bn, Rifle Brigade

Died 16.12.16  Age 45

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

GRANT, May

Sister

Territorial Force Nursing Service

Died 02.11.18  Age 39

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

HASLEDEN, James

Private  942

2/5 Bn, South Lancashire Regiment

Died 19.04.15  Age 41

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

NOT FORGOTTEN

 

The above were In From the Cold Project cases.

- 2/Cpl Daly died post-discharge of tuberculosis (Volunteer: Tom Burnell)

- Pte Daly died post-discharge due to gsw to the eye sustained in action (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Pte Davey died post-discharge of heart disease (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Rfn Davidson died post-discharge of laryngeal tuberculosis (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Nurse Davidson died of septicaemia (Volunteer: Chris Harley)

- Pte Dennan died post-discharge of pneumonia (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

- Nurse Ferguson died of influenza (Volunteer: Chris Harley)

- Rfn Finlay died post-discharge of shell shock (Volunteer: Mark Duffy)

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

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

- Pte Graham died post-discharge due to asthma (Volunteer: Paul Charlesworth)

- Sister Grant died of influenza (Volunteer: John Houston)

- Pte Hasleden died of erysipelas (Volunteer: Paul Charlesworth)

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chrisharley9

May They Rest In Peace.

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FERGUSON, MONICA MACHIN

Rank:
Nurse
Date of Death:
21/11/1918
Age:
24
Regiment/Service:
Voluntary Aid Detachment
 
Colchester Military Hospital
Grave Reference:
Plot H. Row 9. Grave 6.
Cemetery:
FRIERN BARNET (ST. JAMES THE GREAT) CHURCHYARD
 
Additional Information:
Daughter of Robert Bruce Ferguson and Florence Ferguson of New Southgate, Middx.
 
Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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DAVIES, EVA MARTHA

Rank:
Nurse
Date of Death:
16/06/1918
Age:
21
Regiment/Service:
Voluntary Aid Detachment
 
3rd Western General Hospital
Grave Reference:
North of Church.
Cemetery:
LLANTWIT MAJOR (ST. ILLTUD) CHURCHYARD
 
Additional Information:
Daughter of Mary Davies and the late John Davies of Llantwit Major, Glamorganshire.
 
Commemoration Moved From UK BOR.

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FOLEY, John

Private  22016

8 Bn, Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Died 21.07.18  Age 30

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

Grave Found Belfast Milltown Cemetery.

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DAVIDSON, Thomas

Rifleman  139

18 Bn, Royal Irish Rifles

Died 18.10.15  Age 30

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

Grave Found Donaghadee Church Of Ireland Churchyard, Co Down.

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museumtom

Well done to all concerned!!

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Just stumbled across this thread.  I believe one of the individuals listed in the OP is a relative:

 

HASLEDEN, James

Private  942

2/5 Bn, South Lancashire Regiment

Died 19.04.15  Age 41

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

His death occurred while the 2/5th South Lancs Regt was still in the UK, hence there's no MIC for him.  Anyone know who did the research to have his name added to the UK Book of Remembrance?  I'd be keen to confirm that he is, indeed, my relative.

 

Many thanks,
Mark

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chrisharley9

Hello Mark,

 

It was Paul Charlesworth. Send me a PM and we will get this sorted.

 

Chris

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On ‎16‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 20:44, chrisharley9 said:

FOLEY, John

Private  22016

8 Bn, Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Died 21.07.18  Age 30

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

Grave Found Belfast Milltown Cemetery.

Commemoration Moved To Belfast Milltown Cemetery. The Commission is in the process of producing a headstone to mark his grave.

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On ‎18‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 18:09, chrisharley9 said:

DAVIDSON, Thomas

Rifleman  139

18 Bn, Royal Irish Rifles

Died 18.10.15  Age 30

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

Grave Found Donaghadee Church Of Ireland Churchyard, Co Down.

Commemoration Moved to Donaghadee Church Of Ireland Churchyard. 

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GRAHAM, Samuel

Private  131

19 Bn, Rifle Brigade

Died 16.12.16  Age 45

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

Commemoration Moved To St Helens Cemetery.

 

 

HASLEDEN, James

Private  942

2/5 Bn, South Lancashire Regiment

Died 19.04.15  Age 41

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

Commemoration Moved To St Helens Cemetery.

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DAVEY, Maurice Joseph

Private  2494

4 Bn, Connaught Rangers

Died 02.05.18  Age 36

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

Grave Found Belfast Milltown Cemetery.

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On 23/02/2018 at 15:17, Buffnut453 said:

Just stumbled across this thread.  I believe one of the individuals listed in the OP is a relative:

 

HASLEDEN, James

Private  942

2/5 Bn, South Lancashire Regiment

Died 19.04.15  Age 41

Commemorated: United Kingdom Book of Remembrance

 

His death occurred while the 2/5th South Lancs Regt was still in the UK, hence there's no MIC for him.  Anyone know who did the research to have his name added to the UK Book of Remembrance?  I'd be keen to confirm that he is, indeed, my relative.

 

Many thanks,
Mark

 

Have only just seen this comment. I'm afraid I can't take too much credit for the research, that was mostly done by the fine chaps at St Helens Rolls of Honour. They have information about him on their website: http://www.sthelensrollsofhonour.co.uk/casualty-3430-James_Haseldon.html

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10 hours ago, PaulC78 said:

 

Have only just seen this comment. I'm afraid I can't take too much credit for the research, that was mostly done by the fine chaps at St Helens Rolls of Honour. They have information about him on their website: http://www.sthelensrollsofhonour.co.uk/casualty-3430-James_Haseldon.html

 

Hi Paul,

 

I traced James Hasleden's family back at least 4 generations but can't find a logical place where he might fit into my family tree.  That said, my Haselden line goes back over 300 years with most members being born, living and dying with an 8 mile radius of St.Helens town centre, so the odds are good that he does fit somewhere but it's lost to the mists of time for now.

 

I'm hugely grateful to those who populated the St.Helens Rolls of Honour website.  It's been a tremendous resource and a great memorial to the fallen.

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