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HALL

Clifford

21603 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


Age 27. Son of Mrs. Ada Hall, of 76, Chatsworth St., Beswick, Manchester.

HALL

John

11194 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.


Husband of M. J. Semple (formerly Hall), of The Green, Lamplugh, Workington, Cumberland.

HALL

John, Martin

202670 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

16 May 1918

ARNEKE BRITISH CEMETERY

III. A. 23.


Son of George and Annie Hall, born Ireby, living at Bassenthwaite, died of wounds , buried at Arneke British Cemetery.

HALL

John, Martindale

Second Lieutenant

k.i.a.

F&F

28 August 1916

BLIGHTY VALLEY CEMETERY, AUTHUILLE

Special Memorial 4.


3rd Bn. attd. 8th Bn. Border Regiment. Age 19. Son of James T. and Elizabeth A. Hall; of 7, Inkerman Terrace, Whitehaven, Cumberland. Killed in the shelling of trenches held by the battalion in the Quarry Post area in front of Aveluy Wood 28th August 1916.

HALL

Joseph,William

240542 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


Age 32. Son of John and Eliza Hall, of Mossbay, Workington; husband of Mary Jane Hall, of Longcroft, High Harrington, Cumberland.

HAMBLIN

Walter

21337 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

09 July 1916

LE CATEAU MILITARY CEMETERY

IV. A. 7.



HANNENT

Cecil, Twite

21331 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



HANSON

Clarence

14459 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

06 July 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I.C.26.



HANSON

Samuel

18283 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

08 July 1916

PUCHEVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY

I. D.2.


Age 39. Son of Ann Hanson, of 47, Crumpall St., Bolton; husband of Elizabeth Hanson, of 13, Villiers St., Bolton

HARDESTY

James, Alfred

21404 Lance Corporal

d.o.w.

F&F

14 July 1916

PUCHEVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY

I. F.22.


Age 32. Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hardesty, of Brick Kiln Farm, Woodbastwick, Norwich; husband of L. M. Hardesty, of Church Plain, Loddon, Norfolk.

HARDIMENT

Edgar

21382 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 30. Son of Charles and the late Emma Hardiment; husband of Maud E. Hardiment, of Carleton Forehoe, Barnham Broom, Norwich

HARDMAN

John, James

5097 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

19-20 May 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

Special Memorial. XIX. C. 10.



HARKER

Thomas

241278 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

31 July 1917

MENIN ROAD SOUTH MILITARY CEMETERY

II. E. 8.



HARRINGTON

Thomas, Alfred

12204 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

LONSDALE CEMETERY, AUTHUILLE

IV. C. 8.



HARRISON

John

14781 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

04 November 1916

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

XII. C. 11.

Wounded in the attack on Regina Trench 21.10.16. GSW abdomen. Sent to No.9 CCS, then St Johns Ambulance Field Hospital, Etaples. Died of his wounds 4.11.16.

CASUALTY FORM

Age 36. Son of William and Margaret Harrison, of Penrith, Cumberland; husband of Eliza Jane Harrison, of 9, Derwent St., Cockermouth, Cumberland.

HARRISON

Walter

14352 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO


HARRISON

Albert

26421 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.


Age 27. Son of Albert J. and Agnes Harrison, of 35, Barmouth St., Lower Openshaw, Manchester

HARTLES

Francis, Henry

6132 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

31 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 33. Son of John and Ellen Hartles, of Warrens Rd., Stirchley, Birmingham; husband of Margaret Fountain (formerly Hartles), 91, Pontefract Rd., Barnsley, Yorks

HARTLEY

William, Seddon

27422 Lance Corporal

d.o.w.

F&F

24 October 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

VI.C.7.


Age 20. Son of J. H. and R. A. Hartley, of Blackburn.
"We Have Lost, Heaven has Gained, Of the Best the World Contained"

HARVEY-JONES

FRANCIS MAYNARD (M.C)

Second Lieutenant ( 3rd Worcs. att 8th Border)

k.i.a.

F&F

18 June 1917

BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, NORD

III.D.43.



DE RUVIGNYS

Age 20. Son of Arthur and Edith Harvey Jones, of 22, Manor Rd., Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex. Holder of Military Cross. Joined and served with the 3rd Worcesters, 1916. Transferred to 8th Border 1917 and died of wounds received in action. Awarded the Military Cross

HATTON

Edward, Horseman

26423 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



HAUGHTON

Arthur

26725 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


Age 37. Husband of Sarah Haughton, of 120, Cross St., Bradford, Manchester

HAWNT

John, Wheatley

28983 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6..



HAWORTH

Hubert

18522 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

28 April 1918

TYNE COT MEMORIAL

PANEL 85 to 86.


Age 24. Son of Mary Betsy Haworth, of 20, Hodgson St., Darwen, Lancs

HAWORTH

James, Oakley

260161 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

08 August 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


Age 25. Son of the late John and Sarah Henrietta Haworth, of 16, Well Bank, Haslingden, Manchester

HAWORTH

Richard

25594 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

07 May 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

LXVI. R. 26.


PHOTO
Died at Etaples Hospital of gun shot wound to the head sustained in the line.

Age 29. Son of Edmund and Ann Haworth, of 46, Glebe Terrace, Burnley, Lancs. Worked as self employed Printer. Member of the Temperance Movement and Sunday School worker. Wounded January 1917, recovered and returned to Front Line, Easter 1918.

HAYHURST

Stephen

14771 Sergeant

k.i.a

F & F

13 January 1916

BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

II.C.54.


Age 31. Son of Gilbert and Sarah Hayhurst, of Linnett Mill, Woodhead, Morland, Penrith

HAYHURST

William

16478 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 27. Son of William and Eliza Hayhurst

HAYTON

Richard, William

35087 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.


Age 20. Son of the late J. G. Hayton and of Mary Hayton, of Newlands Terrace, Castletown, Penrith

HAYWARD

Seaman, Thomas

21289 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



HEALY

Edward

Lieutenant (6th Bn att. 8th Bn)

k.i.a.

F&F

07 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.



HEARN

Albert

26906 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

12 April 1918

TROIS ARBRES CEMETERY, STEENWERCK

III. S. 5.



HENDERSON

David

17562 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

27 August 1916

FORCEVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY AND EXTENSION

Plot 3. Row A. Grave 7.


Age 23. Son of Edward and Jane Henderson, of Workington.

HESTER

Edward

19310 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

30 August 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



HESTER

Edward

8429 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 June 1917

ST. QUENTIN CABARET MILITARY CEMETERY

II. K. 4.



HEATHERINGTON

Eric

Second Lieutenant Transf R. Warwicks

k.i.a.

F&F

04 May 1917

ARRAS MEMORIAL

BAY 3


Son of Gill and Minnie Heatherington of Ouston Villa, Pelton, Co Durham.

HETHERINGTON

William, Richardson

26425 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

14 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


Age 31. Son of the late John Hetherington and of Esther Hetherington, of 4, Radcliffe Cottages, Throckley, Newburn, Northumberland

HETHERINGTON

James, Irwin

27667 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

28 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


D Company 8th Border. Age 32. Son of the late Joseph Hetherington; husband of Mary Jane Hetherington, of Newby East, Warwick Bridge, Carlisle.

HETHERINGTON

William R.

24678 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


Age 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hetherington, of Moorthwaite, Heads Nook, Carlisle

HEWER

John, William

39291 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

MARFAUX BRITISH CEMETERY

Sapicourt French Mil. Cem. 1.



HEWITT

Walter

35335 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


Age 19. Son of Mrs. Ellen Lamb, of Crabtree Bridge, Burscough, Ormskirk

HEYS

Isaac

26389 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

11 October 1917

ERQUINGHEM-LYS CHURCHYARD EXTENSION

II. A. 33.


Age 39. Husband of Alice Heys, of 33, Earl St., Colne, Lancs.

HIBELL

Albert, Edward

241775 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


Age 19. Son of Annie Hibell, of 36, Rushford St., Middlesbrough, and the late Thomas Hibell

HIGGINS

Walter

34461 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


Age 23. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins, of 62, Cartway, Bridgnorth, Salop

HIGHAM

John

20458 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 June 1917

ST. QUENTIN CABARET MILITARY CEMETERY

II. J. 9.


Son of John William Higham, of 17, Cromwell St., Preston.

HILL

Charles, Edward

34574 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

19 April 1918

METEREN MILITARY CEMETERY

V. G. 763.


Age 19. Son of James Edward and Florence Hill, of Hemming Green, Old Brampton, Chesterfield.

HIND

William

14469 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

17 April 1918

MONT NOIR MILITARY CEMETERY, ST. JANS-CAPPEL

II. C. 6.


Age 25. Son of Joseph and Mary Hind ( Bainbridge ) of Crummock View, Threlkeld, enlisted 8th Sept 1914 at Keswick, entered France 26th Sept 1915, killed in action.

HIRD

Joseph M.M.

13548 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


PHOTO

Age 35, born Eskdale, Cumberland, son of William and Esther Hird, husband of Jane Hird. Stretcher Bearer, formerly landlord of Swan Hotel, Gargrave. Also commemorated on Gosforth St Mary Church
GOSFORTH ST MARY CHURCHYARD MEMORIAL PLAQUE

HOBSON

Joseph

30255 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

STUMP ROAD CEMETERY, GRANDCOURT

A.17.



HODGSON

Edward, Matthews

12236 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 21. Son of William and Alice Hodgson, of 34, Chapel St., Middleton St. George, Darlington

HODGSON

Joseph

14495 Private

d.o.w.

home.

09 July 1916

PENRITH CEMETERY

C. SSS. Blue. 72.


Age 20. Son of Leonard and Mary Jane Hodgson, of Grove Farm, Tirril, Penrith.

HODGSON

Thomas,Allan

14467 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

20 January 1916

CABARET-ROUGE BRITISH CEMETERY, SOUCHEZ

XXI.C.20.


PHOTO

Son of Timothy and Mary Ann Hodgson, of 39, Blencathra St., Keswick, Cumberland. He enlisted 7th Sept 1914 and was sent to France 26th Sept 1915, on the night of 20th Jan 1916. He was reported missing after a patrol, believed killed.

HODGSON

Walter

14767 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

03 July 1916

BOUZINCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I.D.6.



WTHERSLACK CHURCH MEMORIAL AND CROSS

Age 23. Son of John & Nancy Hodgson, of The Palace, Witherslack, Grange-over-Sands, Lancs.Born 1894 Crosthwaite. A Joiner by trade. Brother William. Also on Witherslack Church Memorial and Cross

HODKINSON

William

33262 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

04 August 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


Age 21. Son of Henry and Elizabeth Hodkinson, of 110, Underwood Lane, Crewe, Cheshire

HOGG

Lawrence Nanson

24805 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

13 April 1918

LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY

XXVI. F. 11A.

PENRITH
ST ANDREWS CHURCH MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Age 22. Son of Mrs. H. and the late William Hogg, of 99B, Scotland Rd., Penrith, Cumberland. Also on Penrith St Andrews Church Memorial Plaque as Lawrence N. Hogg.

HOGGARTH

John

14778 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

A.I.F. BURIAL GROUND, FLERS

XIV. A. 10.


PHOTO

Age 30. Son of Richard and Margaret Hoggarth, of North Lodge,
Old Hall, Milnthorpe,
Westmorland. Born at Endmoor, Kendal, 1887. Farm labourer.

HOGGARTH

William

14879 Lance Sergeant

k.i.a.

F&F

06 July 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III.C.21


MEMORIAL PLAQUE

St Oswalds Church, Burneside, Kendal

HOLD

Edmund

19164 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

15 July 1916

POZIERES BRITISH CEMETERY, OVILLERS-LA BOISSELLE

I. F. 29.



HOLDING

Albert, Edward

22412 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

06 September 1917

MENIN ROAD SOUTH MILITARY CEMETERY

II. B. 11.


PHOTO

Son of Alfred Holding, of Knipe Fold, Outgate, Ambleside, Westmorland, and the late Amy Holding.

HOLLAND

James

15150 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

15 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



HOLLAND

Edgar

35788 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 April 1918

TYNE COT MEMORIAL

PANEL 85 to 86.


Age 19. Son of Richard and Mary Jane Holland, of 23, Belmont St., Bangor

HOLME

William

23763 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 24. Brother of Miss M. Holme, of 7, Captain French Lane, Kendal, Westmorland

HOLMES

Thomas

18425 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

03 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 20. Son of Thomas W. and M. A. Holmes, of 16, Derwent Terrace, Washington Station, Co. Durham

HOLMES

Walter

14878 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

Age 25. Son of Robert Henry and Hannah Holmes, of
20, Long Pool, Kendal, Westmorland. Other children Samual, Walter, John, and Thomas.

HOLROYD

George,Arthur

26393 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

15 July 1917

LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY

XVI. B. 14.


Age 39. Son of William and Elizabeth Holroyd; husband of Jane Holroyd, of 75, St. Mary's St., Nelson, Lancs.

HONEYBALL

Harry

33734 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 April 1918

TYNE COT MEMORIAL

PANEL 85 to 86.


Age 32. Son of William and Lydia Honeyball; husband of Emily Honeyball, of Mile End Farm, Hartest, Bury St. Edmund's

HOOK

Gerald, Francis

Second Lieutenant

k.i.a.

F&F

13 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



HOOKER

Edward,David

19738 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 June 1917

ST. QUENTIN CABARET MILITARY CEMETERY

II. N. 10



HOOKS

John, George

10/21271 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

09 July 1916

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

II.B.70.



HOPPER

William

12212 Private

d.

home.

08 March 1915

GREAT AYTON CEMETERY

H. L.C. 3.


Age 21. Son of William Hopper, of 12, Cliffe Terrace, California, Great Ayton, and the late Mary Jane Hopper.

HORN

Ben

14779 Lance Corporal Transf 7th Border

d.

F&F

08 November 1918

MAUBEUGE-CENTRE CEMETERY

D.47.

PENRITH
ST ANDREWS CHURCH MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Son of William Henry and Jane Ann Horn, of Westwell, Burford, Oxon. Also on Penrith St Andrews Church Memorial Plaque.

HOUGH

Harold

16847 Private

d.

home.

11 May 1918

ASPULL (ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY) CHURCHYARD

C. 42.


PHOTO

Age 22. Son of Alfred and Jane Hough, of 3, Ashworth St., Dicconson Lane, Aspull. Wounded 4 Times in action and died of wounds (gsw left thigh) at Gosforth Hospital, Newcastle

HOWARD

Herbert

8/21354 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 May 1916

ECOIVRES MILITARY CEMETERY, MONT-ST. ELOI

II. E. 14.


Age 31. Son of the late William and Sarah Maria Howard. Born at Barmer, Fakenham, Norfolk. Killed by enemy shelling 28th May 1916.

HOWARD

Percival

30028 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 June 1916

BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III.C.78.


Age 22. Son of Mrs. M. Howard, of 37, Mount Pleasant, Waterloo, Liverpool.

HUDSON

Robert

14776 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

05 January 1916

BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY

VIII.C.77.


PHOTO

Of Dixies, Sandiside, Milnthorpe .A driver. Born Hexham, Northumberland. Aged 19 years, 1 month when enlisted on 5th September 1914. Also on BEETHAM ST MARTINS AND ALL ANGELS CHURCH MEMORIAL CROSS

HULLY

Frank

14883 Corporal

d.o.w.

F&F

04 July 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I.C.13.


Age 32. Son of Francis Creighton and Mary Elizabeth Hully, of College Place, Southampton.

HULLY

Robert,William

5878 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

CROPPERS PAPER MILL MEMORIAL PLAQUE

ST OSWALDS CHURCH MEMORIAL PLAQUE

B Company 8th Border. Age 28. Son of Robert Shearman Hully and Sarah Hully, of Bowston Bridge, Burneside, Kendal; husband of Mary Ann Hully, of 10, Cowan Head Cottages, Burneside, Kendal, Westmorland.

HULTON

Walter

21931 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

27 August 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 26. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hulton, of 117, Ainsworth Rd., Elton, Bury; husband of Kate Hulton, of II, Mill St., Radcliffe, Manchester

HUMES

George

6314 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 36. Son of William and Frances Humes; husband of Annie Humes, of II, High St., Workington, Cumberland

HUNTER

John, William

16345 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

CROSBY RAVENSWORTH ST LAWRENCE MEMORIAL

Age 38. Son of Mary Hunter, of The Sun Hotel, Crosby, Ravensworth, Shap, and the late James Hunter; husband of Ethel Annie Jackson (formerly Hunter), of South Whenfell, Melkenthorpe, Penrith.

HUNTER

Charles

34131 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



HUNTER

Isaac M.M.

5556 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 March 1918

FAVREUIL BRITISH CEMETERY

II. E. 36.


PHOTO

Son of Thomas and Hannah Hunter, of Poplar Steet, Keswick. Son in law of Mr Prickett of CK&P Railways. Wounded in action 1917 winning the M.M.

HUTCHINSON

William, Edward

15841 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO


HUTCHINSON

George

26429 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

19 June 1917

BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III. D.62.


Age 29. Son of Alfred William and Alice Hutchinson, of Didsbury; husband of Jemima Hutchinson, of 17, Church St., Didsbury, Manchester.

HYDE

Charles, M. M. and Bar

14768 Sergeant

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


PHOTO

MILNTHORPE
ST THOMAS
CHURCH MEMORIAL

Of Laburnum Cottage, Milnthorpe. Also on Holder of the Military Medal and Bar.

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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