Special lists

WW1 military casualties

no.full nameburial
year
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1J Lloyd H Abell19162803/07/1916; WW1 death
2Charles AblethwaiteWW1 Parish war memorial
3L G Abrams1918WW1 Memorial
4L G Abrams1918WW1 Memorial
5Richard Ackerman195053
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American Legion memorial. From ancestry.com: full name Richard Livingstone Ackerman born in New York. Served in the US Army in WW1. Died in the American Hospital in Neuilly and buried in this vault.
6James Adams1918Died in WW1
7Wilfrid Adcock1918WW1 Memorial plaque
8Henry Victor Agate1918Died in WW1
9George AgerWW1 roll of honour
10John AgerWW1 roll of honour
11David AitkenWW1 - H M S Ajana
12Harry AitkenWW1 - Somerset L Infantry
13Francis John AkermanWW1 memorial
14William Robert Alcock1914
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Lost in the Great War - may be the same Wm.Alcock as on the War Memorial; in which case; not a son of other 2 people on the stone. See http://www.walter9.info/Ulceby/html/ww1_lt_plaque.html
15J AldersonWW1 Roll on Honour
16Lewis W Aldridge191519
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Lewis William Aldridge 13607 Wiltshire Regiment 2nd Bn. Only son of Henry William and Mary Jane Aldridge (nee Hayter) of Cold Harbour; Amesbury. A porter at a Corn Store prior to WW1. Buried Le Touret Memorial Panel 33 and 34
17R AldridgeWW1 memorial
18G L Alexander1918WW1 Memorial
19Jack Algar191819Died in France WW1
20Alfred AllardWW1 Roll of Honour
21Elie Allegret194075
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Protestant pastor; tutor and friend of the author André Gide. He was later a missionary in Africa and an army chaplain in WW1
22David AllenWW1 roll of honour
23Harold AllenWW1 Parish war memorial
24R S AllenWW1 and WW2 Memorial
25Bernard Almond1918Church Interior. Royal Engineers. Name on WW1 roll of honour.
26James Alstone1917WW1 Plaque in church. Seaforth Highlanders
27G AndersonWW1 roll of honour
28James AndersonWW1 - R. Field Artillery
29Sidney AndersonWW1 - Scots Guards
30William AndersonWW1 Roll of Honour
31Herbert C AndrewsWW1 War Memorial
32Herbert G AndrewsWW1 memorial
33Norman F AndrewsWW1 memorial
34Sidney ApplebyWW1 Parish war memorial
35K W ArbuthnotWW1 memorial
36A Arnold1918WW1 memorial
37Cecil Arnold1918WW1 memorial
38Cecil Arnold1918WW1 memorial
39H Arnold1918WW1 memorial
40Charles Arrowsmith1917Church Interior.Liverpool Scottish. Name on WW1 roll of honour.
41Edward Hugh Arundel193740Born in Sidbury; South Devon; veteran of WW1; fought in France and Gallipoli
42Frederick Ashby1918WW1 memorial tablet
43Thomas Ashby1918WW1 memorial tablet
44William Thomas Ashby1918WW1 memorial tablet
45Newman Asher196473
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American Legion memorial. From ancestry.com: full name Newman Epperson born in Tennessee died in the American Hospital in Neuilly and buried in this vault. Served in the US Army in WW1 and WW2.
46Harold Ashley
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1914-1918 WW1 war memorial 'lozenge' inside the Church. North Staffs. Date of death not given. See CWGC website for further information.
47William Atkinson191826killed in France WW1
48William Atkinson1918WW1 Memorial plaque
49William F AtkinsonCumbria WW1 Memorial
50John AveryWW1 memorial
51Guy Axtell1918Died in WW1
52Guy Axtell1918Died in WW1
53Arthur Stephen Baggley1918Church Interior.8th Lincolnshire Regt. Name on WW1 roll of honour.
54Edward BaileyWW1 roll of honour
55R BairdWW1 roll of honour
56A Stanley BakerWW1 memorial
57Frank BakerWW1 memorial
58George Baker1918WW1 memorial
59H J Baker1918WW1 Memorial
60Horace J BakerWW1 memorial
61Joseph Baker37WW1 memorial
62Noel William Baker17WW1 memorial
63A BaldryWW1 and WW2 Memorial
64Thomas Baldry1918WW1 Memorial plaque
65T(om) Ball191724
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WW1 Memorial - Private. Grenadier Guards. Son of Christopher and Hester Ball; husband of May Ball; of Upper Lode; Tewkesbury. Tyne Cot Memorial. Panel 9.
66W BallWW1 Memorial - Private.
67William C BallsWW1 roll of honour
68Edward BambridgeWW1 roll of honour
69Harry BambridgeWW1 roll of honour
70Herbert BambridgeWW1 roll of honour
71Ernest Banks192737
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American Legion memorial. From ancestry.com: born in Alabama died in the American Hospital in Neuilly and buried in this cemetery. Served in the US Army in WW1.
72William Thomas Banks1918WW1 memorial
73William Bannister1918WW1 memorial
74Robert Bantock1918WW1 Memorial plaque
75Gerald BarclayWW1 roll of honour
76Herschell Barker194154Served in WW1, Royal Welsh Fusilier Pte 48931 3rd Btn. Contracted malaria in Salonika.
77J R BarkerWW1 Roll on Honour
78Ernest BarlowWW1 Parish war memorial
79Pierre BarnardWW1 Parish war memorial
80Alfred E BarnesWW1 memorial
81H BarnesKilled WW1
82G W BarnettWW1 and WW2 Memorial
83Laura Clifford Barney-Dreyfus197495
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Educated in France; she converted to the Bahai faith and became one of the principal proponents of the faith in France and the USA. She served in the American Ambulance Corps and the American Red Cross in WW1; and helped to found the children's hopsital in Avignon in 1918. She married Hippolyte Dreyfus.
84Maurice Nelson Baron1917Church Interior.RNAS. Name on WW1 roll of honour.
85Ernest BarrettWW1 memorial
86William BarrettWW1 memorial
87G BarrieWW1 roll of honour
88C E BarringtonWW1 Parish war memorial
89Auguste BartelsWW1 Parish war memorial
90Cecil Bartlett1918WW1 Roll of Honour
91William George BartlettWW1 memorial
92J T BartonWW1 memorial
93Roy Barton193547
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American Legion memorial. From ancestry.com: born in Chicago died in the American Hospital in Neuilly and buried in this cemetery. Served in the US Army in WW1.
94Albert Bassett21WW1 memorial
95G I BassettWW1 and WW2 Memorial
96Henry Bassett1918WW1 Memorial
97E George Batchelor191518
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Ernest George Batchelor 13605 Wiltshire Regiment 2nd Bn. Son of Frank Benjamin and Florence Emily Batchelor of Countess Road; Amesbury. An office lad at the Wilts and Dorset bank prior to WW1. Le Touret Memorial Panel 33 and 34
98C A Bateman
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WW1 and WW2 Memorial Rank:Serjeant Service No:200389 Date of Death:21/03/1918 Age:20 Regiment/Service:Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)7th Bn. Panel Reference:Panel 58 and 59. Memorial:POZIERES MEMORIAL Additional Information: Son of Frederick and Martha Louisa Bateman, of 2, Nursery Cottages, Westerham, Kent.
99F Bateup1918WW1 memorial
100J J BateyWW1 Roll on Honour

WW1 military casualties list (total=1668)

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