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THEATRE OF WAR

DATE OF DEATH

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BACKHOUSE

Edward

13861 L/Cpl Transf 1st Border

k.i.a.

F&F

16 August 1917

TYNE COT MEMORIAL

PANEL 85 TO 86



BADDILEY

George, Francis

29301 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel



BAILEY

Thomas, William

14725 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

04 October 1915

LONDON RIFLE BRIGADE CEMETERY,BELGIUM

II. A. 39.


PHOTO

Born 1897, in Scalthwaiterigg Westmorland, aged 18 in 1915. An office worker of 6 Pump Yard. Killed in trench by shellfire 4th October 1915.
Far Cross Bank, Kendal,
Westmorland.

BAINES

Edward

35436 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

21 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.



SATTERTHWAITE ALL SAINTS CHURCH MEMORIAL ROLLS

Also on Satterthwaite All Saints Church Memorial Rolls .

BAISBROWN

J.H.

15939 Private Transf. 1st Border

k.i.a.

F&F

13 January 1918

ST SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION , ROUEN

P. V. N. 11B.


GRASMERE
WAR
MEMORIAL

Age 37, a General Labourer. Son of Richard James and Agnes Tamar Baisbrown, of
2 College St, Grasmere,
Westmorland. Also on Grasmere War Memorial and Plaque.

BALDERSTONE

Edmund, Augustus

21328 Corporal.

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



BALL

James, Robert

27168 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 April 1917

PONT-DE-NIEPPE COMMUNAL CEMETERY, NORD

II. D. 11.


Husband of Ada Ball, of 53, Reservoir St., Seedley, Manchester. Age 41

BALMER

Frank

25202 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6



BANKS

George, Ernest

15084 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

Son of William and Hannah Banks, of
6, Ashleigh, Kendal,
Westmorland. Age 23. Born 1894 an Engineer by trade. . Siblings, Roger B, William, John, and Margaret.

BARBER

William,Henry

35559 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

23 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.


PHOTO

Son of Gerald A. and Mary Ellen Barber, of 10, Burnley Rd., Brownside, Burnley. Age 18. Enlisted March 27th 1917, posted wounded and missing 23rd March 1918. Popular local Wesleyan and cricketer.

BARKER

Claude, Henry

21368 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

11 July 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I. E. 26.

KIRKBY STEPHEN WAR MEMORIAL

Son of A. G. and B. Barker, of London Rd., Suton, nr. Wymondham, Norfolk. Age18. Also on Kirkby Stephen War Memorial.
"His Memory is as Dear To-day, As in the Hour He Passed Away"

BARKER

Frederick

21365 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

03-05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Son of Robert and Eliza Barker, of Church Lane, Winfarthing, Diss, Norfolk. Age 28

BARNES

Anthony

240552 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

13 July 1917

BELGIAN BATTERY CORNER CEMETERY

I. E. 16.


PHOTO

Son of Margaret Barnes, of Water St., Wigton, and the late Alexander Barnes; husband of Millicent Barnes, of 75, Water St., Wigton, Cumberland. Age 27

BARNES

Frederick
James

14740 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

POZIERES BRITISH CEMETERY, OVILLERS-LA BOISSELLE

III. T. 3.


PHOTO


BARNES

James, Richard

32465 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6



BARNES

John, Christopher Craven

Captain

k.i.a.

F&F

29 May 1916

ECOIVRES MILITARY CEMETERY, MONT-ST. ELOI

II. E. 19.


Son of Lt. Col. Henry John Barnes and Nellie Ross Barnes (nee Hyland), of Greencroft, Colyton, Devon. Age 22.

BARNES

Thomas

14730 Private.

k.i.a.

F&F

14 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



BARTLE

George, Henry

17553 Lance Corporal
Formerly 11th Border, transferred 8th Border, then 7th Border.

d.o.w.

F&F

14 April 1918

BOIS GUILLAUME COMMUNAL CEMETERY AND EXTENSION

C.23.A.

Formerly 11th then 8th Border. Wounded three times in action- Face and thigh. Died of thigh wounds in hospital in Rouen.

BARTLE FAMILY GRAVE - MOSSER ST PHILIP CHURCHYARD BLINDBOTHEL

Age 36. A gamekeeper by trade. Son of Mary and the late George Bartle, of Waterloo Cottage, Cockermouth Husband of Margret Jane Bartle, of Castle Cottages, Cockermouth.

BASS

John, Lewis

21338 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

14 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Son of Mr. J. R. and Mrs. S. L. Bass, of II, Trafalgar Rd. East, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth. Age 20

BAXTER

David

21974 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

28 August 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

II. A. 7.

BLACKFORD WAR MEMORIAL


KIRKLINTON CHURCH MEMORIAL
HETHERSGILL CHURCH MEMORIAL

Son of John and Mary Ann Baxter, of Hethersgill. Age 26. Also on Blackford War Memorial, Hethersgill Church Memorial and Kirklinton Church Memorial.

BECK

John, Joseph

13520 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 March 1918

DERNANCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

Special Memorial 13.


Son of William and Margaret Beck, of 29, South Row, Kells, Whitehaven, Cumberland. Age 26.

BECK

Onley, George Benjamin

21376 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

STUMP ROAD CEMETERY, GRANDCOURT

B.84.


Husband of Kate Beck, of Cadogan House, Cadogan Rd., Cromer. Age 33.

BELL

Adam

17540 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

18 April 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

XXIX. F. 11.


Son of William and Sarah Bell, of Froddle Crook, Armathwaite, Cumberland. Native of Armathwaite. Age 25

BELL

Herbert

12269 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

06 June 1917

ST. QUENTIN CABARET MILITARY CEMETERY

II. N. 3.


Son of George and Elizabeth Bell, of Low Moor, Over Dinsdale, Yorks. Age 31.

BELL

James

19601 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

11 April 1918

LA KREULE MILITARY CEMETERY, HAZEBROUCK

I. A. 19.


Son of Sarah and the late Thomas Bell, of Carlisle. Age 31

BELL

James, Ernest Kirkham

Lieutenant

k.i.a.

F&F

05 August 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ernest Bell, of 139, Culverley Rd., Catford, London. Age20. killed in a trench mortar and rifle grenade attack whilst working on new trenches opposite Beaumont Hamel - 5th August 1916.

BELL

John

Second Lieutenant

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


Son of John Bell, of 20, Thomas St., Carlisle, and the late Martha Bell. Age24

BELL

Richard Robert

G/31652 Private 6th Queen's Own (R.W.K) Regt. Formerly 8th Border Regiment.

k.i.a.

F&F

28 August 1918

VIS EN ARTOIS MEMORIAL

Panel 7

On Kendal Memorial, and Post Office Memorial.

Age 33. Of 77 Stricklandgate Kendal. Son of John Bell, of 11, Beast Bank's, Kendal, Westmorland. 6th Queen's Own(Royal West Kent Regiment). Formerly 8th Border Regiment.

BELL

William, Arundel

Second Lieutenant

K.i.a.

F&F

14 June 1917

MESSINES RIDGE BRITISH CEMETERY

I. C. 21.


Age 25. Son of the late S. A. and E. M. W. Bell, of Wavertree, Liverpool.

BENNETT

Henry

26658 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

01 August 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


B Company 8th Border. Husband of Mary Elizabeth Bennett, of 1, Sutcliffe St., Oldham. Age35.

BENSON

John, Holliday

5862 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 October 1916

BOUZINCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

II. I. 18.


B Company 8th Border. Son of Margaret Benson, of 192, Harrington Rd., Workington, Cumberland, and the late Joseph Benson. Age 30

BENTLEY

Henry

26456 Private

d..

F&F

10 September 1917

LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY

XVIII. E. 2.


Son of John and Hannah Bentley; husband of Mary Bentley, of 29, Mersey View, Flixton, Manchester. Native of Flixton. Age 39.

BERRY

Frank

260137 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 July 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.

BARTON ST MICHAEL CHURCHYARD MEMORIAL

Son of Richard Berry, of Skirsgill, Penrith, Cumberland. Age 22.

BERTRAM

Robert

16079 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6


Son of Mary Bertram, of High Briery, Keswick, and the late John Bertram; husband of Mary Elizabeth Bertram, of 29, Rose Terrace, Keswick, Cumberland. Age 33. First entered France 29th September 1915.

BESWICK

Albert

15089 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C

CROSSCRAKE ST THOMAS CHURCH MEMORIAL

MEMORIAL CROSS

Son of Albert and Ann Beswick, of Plumbley Moor, Knutsford, Cheshire. Age 21. Also on Crosscrake St Thomas Church Memorial and Cross.

BEVAN

George

19241 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6



BINKS

Ralph

29313 Private

d.

F&F

22 October 1918

NIEDERZWEHREN CEMETERY, GERMANY

VI. G. 3.


Son of Charles and Helena Binks, of 12, Warrens Avenue, Hough Lane, Bramley, Leeds. Age 19.

BIRCH

Vincent,Joseph

29315 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

23 September 1918

GRAND-SERAUCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY

VIII. C. 1.



BIRD

Arthur,Charles

21349 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

A.I.F. BURIAL GROUND, FLERS

XIV. A. 12.


Son of Charles and Susan Bird. Age 22

BIRNIE

Edward,D'Arcy

Captain
D.S.O.; M.C.

k.i.a.

F&F

22 March 1918

DERNANCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III. J. 79.


PHOTO

Son of Robert and Isabella Birnie, of Sycamore Terrace, High Harrington, Cumberland. Native of Workington, Cumberland. Holder of D.S.O. And M.C. Age 26.

BLACKBURN

James, William

26382 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

14 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


Son of Robert and Martha Blackburn, of 14, Every St., Nelson; husband of Jane Alice Blackburn, of 17, Meredith St., Nelson, Lancs. Age 38

BLAIR

James

15483 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

05 August 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


PHOTO

Son of Thomas and Catherine Blair, of
Hale, Milnthorpe, Westmorland. Also on BEETHAM MEMORIAL CROSS

BLAKER

Matthew, John

32094 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

07 February 1917

TANCREZ FARM CEMETERY

II. D. 6.


Son of Matthew Blaker, of Erith; husband of Laura Ellen Blaker, of 5, The Nursery, Erith, Kent. Age 36.

BLAMIRE

George

18293 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

03 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C

TEBAY ST JAMES CHURCH MEMORIAL WINDOW

LNWR MEMORIAL, EUSTON STATION LONDON

Born 1895, age 21. Son of Henry & Margaret Blamire,Mountain View, Tebay. A railway engine cleaner at Tebay. LNWR memorial book shows him as a fireman. On the LNWR war memorial in front of Euston railway station, London and on memorial window St Jamesí church Tebay.

BLAMIRE

Joseph

13522 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

22 October 1916

BOUZINCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

II. I. 17.


PHOTO

Son of Mr. Tom and Mary Blamire (Nicholson ), of 2, High Briery, Keswick, Cumberland. Enlisted 9th September 1914, entered France 25th September 1915, died of wounds recieved in action.

BLAMIRE

Robert

241325 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6



BLAND

Albert

13514 Private

d.

home.

17 December 1916

ARLECDON (ST. MICHAEL) CHURCHYARD UK

West part. 754.

LAMPLUGH CHURCHYARD MEMORIAL

Also comemmorated on the
Lamplugh Churchyard
Memorial

BLAYLOCK

William Edward

3937 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 August 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


5th Border attached 8th Border.

BLOOD

James,Andrew

21344 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


A Company 8th Border. Son of Arthur and Ada Blood, of Derby Rd., Hilton, Derby. Age 20

BONE

Robert

28384 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

07 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


D Company 8th Border. Son of Robert and Jane Bone, of 4, Gough St., Middlesbrough. Age 27

BOSTOCK

Thomas

27418 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

23 October 1916

WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY

I. R. 17A.


PHOTO

Son of Thomas and Sabina Bostock, of Long Syke Farm, Burnley. Age 26.

BOSTOCK

John

33275 Lance Serjeant

k.i.a.

F&F

30 May 1917

KANDAHAR FARM CEMETERY

II. D. 6.


Son of Charles and Sarah Ann Bostock, of Tean Bank, Lower Tean, Stoke-on-Trent. Native of Checkley, Stoke-on-Trent. Age 34.

BOTT

George, Gerard, Randall

(M.C.)

Lieutenant (S. Lancs Reg attd. 8th Border)

k.i.a.

F&F

13 April 1918

MESSINES RIDGE BRITISH CEMETERY

V.D.29


PORTRAIT
Courtesy of Richard Bott.

Age 26. Son of Arthur T. and Constance Bott, of 63, Victoria Rd., Fulwood, Preston; husband of Mary A. Bott.

Lt. G.G.R BOTT M.C.
FURTHER
INFORMATION

BOUSKILL

Robert

27380 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C

LANCASTER
WAR
MEMORIAL

Son of Hannah Bouskill and the late Robert Bouskill; husband of S. A. Bouskill, of 89, Windermere Rd., Lancaster. Also on Lancaster War Memorial

BOW

John

8451 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

23 October 1916

ABBEVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I. J. 3.



BOWKER

Joseph

19154 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 August 1917

LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY

XVII. J. 16A.


Son of Ellen Bowker, of 145, Glebe St., Leigh, Lancs. Age 25.

BOWNES

Thomas, Alexander

5985 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Husband of Eleanor Elizabeth Taylor (formerly Bownes), of Elm Villa, Rake Lane, Eastham, Birkenhead, Cheshire. Age 36.Serious lung wound due to Shrapnel on 19th October 1915, recovered and later killed at the Somme on 5th July 1916.

BOYD

Ernest

241166 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6



BOYES

Wilfred

29293 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6


Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boyes, of Pottery Lane, Strensall, York. Age 19.

BRACEGIRDLE

Samuel

202224 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

24- 25 July 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

LXV. F. 18.


Son of Phillip and Caroline Bracegirdle, of 751, Oldham Rd., Newton Heath, Manchester. Age 20.

BRAGG

John, Moffat

21472 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

07 July 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III. C. 26.


PHOTO

Son of Clement and Hannah Bragg, of Bridge House, St. John's Vale, Keswick, Cumberland. Age 20. He was a carter before the war and enlisted at Keswick 13th November 1915, entered France 28th April 1916, died of wounds ( arm, side and shoulder ) received on 2nd July 1916.

BRANIFF

John

240669 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

23 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.


Son of Patrick and Florence Braniff, of 27, St. Michael's Rd., Workington, Cumberland. Age 20.

BRENNAN

James

14742 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

07 July 1916

BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY

VIII. C. 104.


Of 2 Queens Street, Frizington ,Cumberland

BRENNAN

Stephen

241609 Private

d.

Home

27 February 1919

WORKINGTON (HARRINGTON ROAD) CEMETERY

3. M. 18.


Son of Mrs. May Brennan, of 24, Marsh Terrace, Workington.

BRIANTON

George

21335 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

15 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



BRINDLE

William

27398 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



BRITAIN

William, Frederick

21332 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.



BRITTAIN

Robert

12239 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



BROCKBANK

William

14729 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

15 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

Son of Isaac and Mary Brockbank, of "Satterhow", Far Sawrey, Windermere, Westmorland. Age 28. Born 1888. A butcher in Hawkshead. (Lived nearby in Sawrey). Also on SAWREY ST PETER'S CHURCH MEMORIAL

BROOKS

Albert

28907 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

11 August 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.



BROUGH

Irving,James

23783 Lance Corporal

d.o.w.

F&F

04 February 1917

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

XXI. D. 9A.


PHOTO


BROUGH

William

29325 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6


Son of Samuel and Mary Brough, of Fairfields, Blythe Bridge, Staffs. Age 19

BROWN

George

21327 Sergeant Formerly 1st Norfolk Battalion.

k.i.a.

F&F

07 July 1916

BOUZINCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I.D.9.


PHOTO

Age 37. From London. Formerly a Chaff Cutter on the Railway. Married to Ada Brown nee Wilson with 2 children; George Edward and Frederick George. Enlisted in 1st Norfolk Regt, transferred to 8th Border.

FAMILY PICTURE

BROWN

William, Noble

20846 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



BROWN

John,Wilson M.M.

12896 Private

d.

F&F

17 October 1918

TERLINCTHUN BRITISH CEMETERY, WIMILLE

VIII. C. 24.


Son of Mr. J. W. Brown, of 45, William St., Green Head, Glasgow

BROWN

William,Crawford

35762 Private

d.

F&F

16 April 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

XXIX. E. 8A.


Age 38. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown, of West Kilbride, Ayrshire; husband of Mary Brown, of Park Hall, Gosfield, Halstead, Essex.

BUCK

Ralph

7045 Private

d.o.w.

home

25 August 1915

CHICHESTER CEMETERY

121. 31.


Age 36. Son of Alfred A. and Elizabeth Buck, of 38, Grasmere St., Carlisle.

BUCKENHAM

Alger

21274 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



BULMAN

Christopher

8/13198 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

15 May 1916

ECOIVRES MILITARY CEMETERY, MONT-ST. ELOI

I. K. 21.



BUNTING

William

25735 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

22 August 1917

BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY

VIII. I. 13.


Age 33. Son of William and Rebecca Bunting, of Carlisle. Husband of Annie Bunting, of 5, Corries Ct., Milbourne St., Carlisle

BURDEN

Antonio

33454 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 April 1918

TYNE COT MEMORIAL

PANEL 85 to 86.


Age 38. Son of Eliza Burden, of The Sands, Llandogo, Chepstow, Mon.

BURGESS

Thomas,William

28463 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

02 August 1917

BRANDHOEK NEW MILITARY CEMETERY

II. F. 12.



BURKIN

John,William M.M.

12235 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

18 April 1918

HARINGHE (BANDAGHEM) MILITARY CEMETERY

V. D. 18.



BURNEY

William

14412 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

19 November 1915

BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY

VIII.C.57.


PHOTO

Age 22. Son of Samuel and Elizabeth Burney, of 9, Countess Terrace, Bransty, Whitehaven. Whilst on a working party under sniper fire, was seriously wounded by a bullet in the face on 15th November and died of wounds 19th November 1915.

BURNS

Henry,Herbert

14700 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

18 April 1918

GODEWAERSVELDE BRITISH CEMETERY

I.Q.35.


Son of Mr. H. T. Burns, of 194, Frizington Rd., Frizington, Cumberland.

BURROWS

Ernest

23047 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

14 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6



BUTLER

John

12384 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 April 1916

LA CHAUDIERE MILITARY CEMETERY, VIMY

VIII. D. 8.


Killed by a shell bursting in the middle of a working party in the support lines- 28th April 1916.

BUTLER

Walter

39290 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

08 September 1918

ST. ERME COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION – AISNE

B.9.



BUTTERFIELD

Fred

15088 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

14 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


B Company 8th Border. Age 23. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Butterfield of Cut Side, Levens. Born Heversham 1897. Age 21 on enlistment. A gardener. Formerly a farm labourer of Low Barrows Green Kendal.

BUTTERFIELD

Joseph,Henry

30284 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


PHOTO

B Company 8th Border. Age 23. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Butterfield

BUTTERWORTH

Enoch

18727 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

13 July 1917.

BELGIAN BATTERY CORNER CEMETERY

I. E. 17.


Age 25. Son of Mr. and Mrs. William James Butterworth, of 75A, Todmorden Rd., Bacup.

BUTTERWORTH

John

25280 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

12 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

Panel 6


PHOTO

Age 35. Herbalist in his father's business at 63 Railway Street Street Nelson. Enlisted March 3rd 1916, popular and respected local man in Burnley District.

BYRNE

Thomas

260099 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 April 1918

TYNE COT MEMORIAL

PANEL 85 to 86.


Age 21. Son of John and Anastasia Byrne, of 49, St. Oswald St., Collyhurst, Manchester.

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Thanks to Paul Bramham for the pictures of houses and streets in Kendal associated with men of the 8th Border Regiment