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Other military casualties

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1George 190485
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Duke Of Cambridge; Grandson of King George III; considered as a potential consort for his cousin Queen Victoria; and uncle of Queen Mary; the consort of King George V. His unconventional private life and unauthorised morganatic marriage placed him on the edge of the royal family; even though he had a distinguished military career. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_George; _Duke_of_Cambridge
2C T Abbott194426Military Grave; V122086; Army Kit Stores; 1st April 1944
3R E G Agassiz194323
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Flying Officer Roland Ernest Garnault AGASSIZ Canadian RAF -------------------------- Military Service: Service Number: J/14194 Age: 23 Force: Air Force Unit: Royal Canadian Air Force Division: 405 Sqdn. Additional Information: Son of Harold Romilly Garnault Agassiz and Emma Margaret Agassiz of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Commemorated on Page 130 of Canada's Second World War Book of Remembrance.
4Wilfred Allison191937Died at the Military Hospital Grimsby while on leave from France.
5Jean Pierre Frédéric Ancillon183771
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Descended from a distinguished French Hugenot family (his father was the Hugenot minister; and his ancestors included theologians and historians); Frédéric followed his father as French Hugenot minister in Berlin. He attracted the attention of Prince Henry of Prussia; brother of Frederick the Great; and Prince Henry arranged for Frédéric to take up the appointment of professor of history at the Berlin Military Academy. In 1806 he was appointed tutor to the future king Frederick William IV of Prussia; and in 1831 he became the Foreign Minister.
6George Atkins191623Killed in action. Interred in Albert Military Cemetery in France.
7George I Baker194466Military gravestone
8T D Baker194427Military Grave; QX43074; 25 Infantry Battalion; 31st August 1944
9N Baltazar183765Military Superintendant
10N Baltazar183765Military Superintendant
11V G BambrickMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
12J BarlowMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
13Anna Barnett193372Decorated for her work as a voluntary nurse at the Bégin military hospital; Paris
14Anna Barnett193372Decorated for her work as a voluntary nurse at the Bégin military hospital; Paris
15W Barratt19182813079 2nd Canadian Inf. Bde HQ [Military stone]
16W Barratt19182813079 2nd Canadian Inf. Bde HQ [Military stone]
17F G Barrett194451Military Grave; Q106852; Volunteer Defence Corps; 10th May 1944
18N L Barry194421Military Grave; NX128920; 2/25 Infantry Battalion; 1st July 1944
19Thomas Beech Barton191818age 18½ - 5th King's Liverpool Regiment. Died at Military Hospital; Oswestry; June 20th.
20George Beeby185883Alnwick military memorial.
21G W Bessant194533Military gravestone
22G G St J Biggs194233Military Grave; QX32944; Infantry; 18th August 1942
23V M Biles194427Military Grave; QX53249; Army Postal Service; 17th August 1944
24H J BockMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
25William Bolton194449Awarded the Military Medal 1917
26Joseph Bond184965Alnwick military memorial.
27Christian Henry Charles Gottfried Boosé185853
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Bandmaster of the Scots Fusiliers Guards Born in Germany and decorated by the Grand Duke of Hesse-Darmstadt he was one of the most influential military musicians of the 19th century
28Alexander Gordon Bostock191933Born Glasgow and died Military Hospital; Dovercourt.
29Edward Roden Bourke190772
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Youngest son of the 5th Earl of Mayo and military secretary to his brother (the 6th earl); Viceroy of India 1868-1872. Served with the Inniskilling Dragoons.
30Edward Roden Bourke190772
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Youngest son of the 5th Earl of Mayo and military secretary to his brother (the 6th earl); Viceroy of India 1868-1872. Served with the Inniskilling Dragoons.
31E M Boyle194421Military Grave; QF271197; Australian Women's Army Service; 23rd July 1944
32Henri Braconnot185575
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Braconnot was a leading; and precious; military chemist who after his early retirement from active service was diretor if the botanical gardens in nancy. Nonetheless he continued his researches in chemistry and identified a number of acids. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_Braconnot
33G H BrawnMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
34H S Brooks194423Military Grave; 25636; Royal Australian Navy; 29th April 1944
35C J BuckholzMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
36E Bunce194045Corps of Military Police
37Antoine Nicolas Eucher Buquet181331Military commander of Nancy; knight of the Order of Baden
38Antoine Nicolas Eucher Buquet181331Military commander of Nancy; knight of the Order of Baden
39Antoine Nicolas Eucher Buquet181331Military commander of Nancy; knight of the Order of Baden
40Antoine Nicolas Eucher Buquet181331Military commander of Nancy; knight of the Order of Baden
41Antoine Nicolas Eucher Buquet181331Military commander of Nancy; knight of the Order of Baden
42Elias Burnett184666Alnwick military memorial.
43William Burnett187074Alnwick military memorial.
44N R Burton194437
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Military Grave; PM2648; Royal Australian Naval Reserve; 27th December 1944; Chief E.R.A. - Chief Engine Room Artificer
45E O Callaghan194430Military Grave; 76284; Royal Australian Air Force; 1st July 1944
46D M Cameron194425Military Grave; 36547; Royal Australian Air Force; 25th September 1944
47C G Carter194439Military Grave; NX13741; Royal Australian Artillery; 7th June 1944
48William Casement184465
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Member of the Supreme Council of India; after a distinguished military career in that country. See http://www.thepeerage.com/p36367.htm
49William Casement184465
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Member of the Supreme Council of India; after a distinguished military career in that country. See http://www.thepeerage.com/p36367.htm
50Max Théodore Cerfberr187482
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Max joined the French army under Napoléon and was appointed an officer without atteding a military academy. He continued to rise through the ranks; and in 1839 was appointed to the staff of the minister of war. From 1842-1848 he was member of the French Parliament for Wissembourg in Alsace. He later became President of the central consistory for France.
51Max Théodore Cerfberr187482
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Max joined the French army under Napoléon and was appointed an officer without atteding a military academy. He continued to rise through the ranks; and in 1839 was appointed to the staff of the minister of war. From 1842-1848 he was member of the French Parliament for Wissembourg in Alsace. He later became President of the central consistory for France.
52Max Théodore Cerfberr187482
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Max joined the French army under Napoléon and was appointed an officer without atteding a military academy. He continued to rise through the ranks; and in 1839 was appointed to the staff of the minister of war. From 1842-1848 he was member of the French Parliament for Wissembourg in Alsace. He later became President of the central consistory for France.
53Max Théodore Cerfberr187482
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Max joined the French army under Napoléon and was appointed an officer without atteding a military academy. He continued to rise through the ranks; and in 1839 was appointed to the staff of the minister of war. From 1842-1848 he was member of the French Parliament for Wissembourg in Alsace. He later became President of the central consistory for France.
54Max Théodore Cerfberr187482
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Max joined the French army under Napoléon and was appointed an officer without atteding a military academy. He continued to rise through the ranks; and in 1839 was appointed to the staff of the minister of war. From 1842-1848 he was member of the French Parliament for Wissembourg in Alsace. He later became President of the central consistory for France.
55Max Théodore Cerfberr187482
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Max joined the French army under Napoléon and was appointed an officer without atteding a military academy. He continued to rise through the ranks; and in 1839 was appointed to the staff of the minister of war. From 1842-1848 he was member of the French Parliament for Wissembourg in Alsace. He later became President of the central consistory for France.
56T P ChadwickMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
57A V Chandler194422Military Grave; 1319672; Pilot Royal Air Force; 19th April 1944
58E B ChapmanMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
59Charles Chedeville194064
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Commander of the 2nd Armoured Brigade in 1928; he went on to serve as a staff general until his retirement in 1937. He was recalled in 1939 and wascommanding officer of the 13th Military region until 1940.
60Charles Chedeville194064
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Commander of the 2nd Armoured Brigade in 1928; he went on to serve as a staff general until his retirement in 1937. He was recalled in 1939 and wascommanding officer of the 13th Military region until 1940.
61Charles Chedeville194064
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Commander of the 2nd Armoured Brigade in 1928; he went on to serve as a staff general until his retirement in 1937. He was recalled in 1939 and wascommanding officer of the 13th Military region until 1940.
62Charles Chedeville194064
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Commander of the 2nd Armoured Brigade in 1928; he went on to serve as a staff general until his retirement in 1937. He was recalled in 1939 and wascommanding officer of the 13th Military region until 1940.
63Charles Chedeville194064
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Commander of the 2nd Armoured Brigade in 1928; he went on to serve as a staff general until his retirement in 1937. He was recalled in 1939 and wascommanding officer of the 13th Military region until 1940.
64Charles Chedeville194064
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Commander of the 2nd Armoured Brigade in 1928; he went on to serve as a staff general until his retirement in 1937. He was recalled in 1939 and wascommanding officer of the 13th Military region until 1940.
65Charles Chedeville194064
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Commander of the 2nd Armoured Brigade in 1928; he went on to serve as a staff general until his retirement in 1937. He was recalled in 1939 and wascommanding officer of the 13th Military region until 1940.
66John Childs191727
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Born Jun qtr 1890 St Issells; Saundersfoot. Serjeant 146696 John Childs 306th Siege Bty; Royal Garrison Artillery. Also commemorated Mendinghem Military Cemetery Grave Reference III.A.9. Awarded Victory and British Medals. Son of John a colliery labourer above ground and Frances Childs of Moreton Back; Saundersfoot.
67T A ChildsMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
68Joseph Thomas Clifford194735Military gravestone
69E D ConnellMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
70O R ConnellMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
71C Cook1921BULTITUDE C served as COOK C - Military Police Corps
72C Cook1921Served as C Bultitude. Military Police Corps.
73Fred H Cooper192227
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Who died in Rosemount Hospital 26th June 1922. Aged 27 years (Rosemount serviced as a military hospital from WW! right through WWII)
74George Coulson1995Military Medal (Kings Royal Rifle Corps)
75André Coupireau197077Military historian
76A(lan) W(illiam) R(ussell) Cowan191629
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WW1 Memorial - Lt. 73rd R(oyal) H(ighlanders) of Canada. Next of kin: Rev. R.D.B. Cowan; Bushley; Tewkesbury. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. (Grave ref: B6 Plot 9)
77G D N Cox194427Military Grave; QX14953; 2/25 Infantry Battalion; 21st April 1944
78Albert William Crack197092
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Albert William Crack was the eldest son of William Crack and Fanny Cross. He was a grandson of Thomas Crack and Eliza Eden. The Suffolk Baptism Index from the Thingoe Deanery 1813-1900 has his being born on 24th November 1877 and baptised at St Leonards Church, Horringer on 25th December 1877. He married his wife Elizabeth Ann Everitt on 12th February 1908 at Woolverstone, Suffolk. This information was taken from his military records. Hope this helps!
79Stanley Jonathan Cracknell191818
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TR10/27686 Private S T Cracknell 31st Battalion Middlesex Regiment Died 8/4/1918 of TB. His Brother, Serjeant Arthur Thomas Cracknell, Military Medal, 1st/4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment, survived the war but died 4/9/1920 also from TB and is buried in the same church
80E G Crear1917Military gravestone
81A L CrowtherMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
82James Cullens196166
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American Legion memorial. From ancestry.com: full name James Coachman born in Louisiana died in Dinard in Brittany and buried in this vault. Served in the US Army in WW2. Attended West Point Military Academy before WW1.
83D J Davidson194448Military gravestone.
84J T Davidson194431Military Grave; NX101645; 20/34 Infantry Battalion; 19th October 1944
85G L Davies194534Military gravestone
86G G DavisMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
87James Charles Davis191839Died in Norwich Military Hospital
88O M DavisMilitary Service Plaques planted under trees at front of cemetery.
89Henri de Lacroix192480
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Born in Guadeloupe. Began his military service during the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871 and became commander of one of the leading army academies.
90Henri de Lacroix192480
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Born in Guadeloupe. Began his military service during the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871 and became commander of one of the leading army academies.
91Henri de Lacroix192480
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Born in Guadeloupe. Began his military service during the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871 and became commander of one of the leading army academies.
92Henri de Lacroix192480
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Born in Guadeloupe. Began his military service during the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871 and became commander of one of the leading army academies.
93Henri de Lacroix192480
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Born in Guadeloupe. Began his military service during the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871 and became commander of one of the leading army academies.
94Catherine-Dominique de Pérignon181864
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commissioned into the army in 1769 he resigned in 1786 because his lack of noble blood blocked his possibility of advancement In 1789 he became a local judge in the south of France and in 1791 was elected to the new French Parliament Soon afterwards he resigned his seat and rejoined the army with the rank of Lt Col He rapidly distinguished himself in the combats of southern France and was promoted to general in 1793 He was once again elected to Parliament in 1795 and then became ambassador to Spain from 1796-98 He returned to service in italy in 1799 In 1801 he began an active career as a senator supporting Napoléon In 1806 he was appointed governor of Parma and in 1808 was given command of French troops in Naples He remained loyal to the Bourbons during the Hundred Days and in 1817 was appointed military governor of Paris
95Catherine-dominique de Pérignon181864
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Commissioned into the army in 1769; he resigned in 1786 because his lack of noble blood blocked his possibility of advancement. In 1789 he became a local judge in the south of France; and in 1791 was elected to the new French Parliament. Soon afterwards; he resigned his seat and rejoined the army with the rank of Lt.Col. He rapidly distinguished himself in the combats of southern France; and was promoted to general in 1793. He was once again elected to Parliament in 1795; and then became ambassador to Spain from 1796-98. He returned to service in italy in 1799. In 1801 he began an active career as a senator supporting Napoléon. In 1806 he was appointed governor of Parma; and in 1808 was given command of French troops in Naples. He remained loyal to the Bourbons during 'the Hundred Days'; and in 1817 was appointed military governor of Paris. His full biography can be found on the following link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catherine-Dominique_de_P%C3%A9rignon
96Ange Pascal de Rossi1844
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Rossi was Corsican by birth and may have been related to the Bonapartes His military career was developed under the protection of Jérôme Bonaparte who was appointed king of Westphalia by his brother Napoléon Rossi served principally in Westphalia His sister married the Prince of Salm-Salm
97Ange Pascal de Rossi184457
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Rossi was Corsican by birth; and may have been related to the Bonapartes. His military career was developed under the protection of Jérôme Bonaparte; who was appointed king of Westphalia by his brother Napoléon. Rossi served principally in Westphalia. His sister married the Prince of Salm-Salm.
98Albert Dean1918
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Pvt. Albert Gittens Dean 203940 formerly 9534, 26832, bn Hackney, London, 19th Aug 1882. Enlisted Enfield 2 Dec 1915, to Army Reserve 3 Dec 1915, Mobilized 25 Mar 1916, to 6 Royal Fusiliers 26 Mar 1916, to 3/19 London Regiment 19 Jun 1916, to 1/7 Middlesex 30 June 1916. To France 1 Jul 1916. Missing presumed killed on or about 16 Sep 1916 during an 1/7 Middlesex assault from Leuze Wood into and around Bouleaux Wood, between the villages of Ginchy and Combles in the Picardie region of France. Albert has no known grave but is commemorated at the Thiepval Memorial in France. He is also commemorated on the gravestone of his parents, Alfred Amos Dean and Fanny Elizabeth Dean nee Wood, at St Peter and St Paul, Lingfield. Prior to Military Service Albert was a house decorator working with his father in South London, where the family had moved to when Albert was about five years old. He was not married and had no children. Some military records mistakenly show his middle name as “Gitters”.Earlier civilian records suggest Albert’s middle name, “Gittens”, came from an untraced ancestor of Fanny’s father. After WWI Fanny was issued the standard circular commemorative bronze plaque of the Government’s Memorial Plaque Factory, 54/56 Church Road, Acton, W3, London, later production type that has a batch number just behind the lion's back leg. The standard commemorative scroll from King George V that was issued with Albert’s plaque is long lost.
99Joseph Emile Delcominète190776Pharmacist at the military hospital
100Joseph Emile Delcominète190776Pharmacist at the military hospital

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