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PAISLEY

John

19488 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

23 October 1916

CONTAY BRITISH CEMETERY

III. D. 10.


PHOTO

Formerly 11th Battalion. Age 20. Son of John and Sarah Jane Paisley, of 44, Morton St., Carlisle.
"Peaceful Be Your Rest, Your Memory Dear."

PARK

Henry, Myers

15148 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

31 August 1916

PUCHEVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY

III. F. 37.

BARROW IN FURNESS WAR MEMORIAL

Age 34. Son of Henry and Margaret Park, of Carter Ground, Dunnerdale, Broughton-in-Furness, Lancs.
Also commemorated Barrow in Furness War Memorial

PARK

Stephen

14889 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

Age 32. Son of Richard and Alice Park, of
7, Fountain Brow, Kendal, Westmorland. Also on KENDAL ALLHALLOWS CHURCH MEMORIAL SCROLL

PARK

Carlton, James

203029 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



PARKER

Isaac

24255 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

24-25July 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

LXV. F. 20.


Only son of the late Joseph and Jane Parker, of Beckstonegate, Low Row, Carlisle.

PARKER

John

20927 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

21 March 1918

VAULX HILL CEMETERY

III. C. 12.


Age 40. Son of the late John and Grace Parker.

PARKER

John

15773 Private transferred to 2nd Border.

k.i.a.

F&F

26 October 1917

HOOGE CRATER CEMETERY

VIA. H. 6.


PHOTO

Age22. Son of Mr. J. Parker, of Park Rd., Milnthorpe, Westmorland. A Farm Labourer, originally with 8th Border, wounded twice and suffered shell shock.Posted back to England 1916. Returned to France 1917, 2nd Border M.I.A, later confirmed killed 26th October 1917.

PARKINSON

John

29495 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

JONCHERY-SUR-VESLE BRITISH CEMETERY, MARNE

I. G. 34.


Age 18. Son of Edward and Mary Ellen Parkinson, of 2, Sagar Holme Terrace, Whitewellbottom, Waterfoot, Manchester.

PARKINSON

Richard

27390 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



PARRINGTON

Robert

30393 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

16 April 1918

LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY

V. A. 50.


PHOTO
Died of multiple wounds 12th April 1918.

Age 40. Husband of Elizabeth Parrington, of Brick Houses, Simonstone, Padiham, Burnley. Former weaver of Padiham Mill, enlisted October 1916, went overseas July 1917.

PARRY

John

29490 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


Age 18. Son of Morgan and Rachel Parry, of Castle Du, Sennybridge, Breconshire

PATE

Arthur

16815 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

07 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


Age 21. Son of Arthur and Alice Pate, of 7, York St., Blackpool

PATRICKSON

David

15770 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

HEATH CEMETERY, HARBONNIERES

VIII. L. 6.


PHOTO

Also on
CROOK ST CATHERINES CHURCH MEMORIAL PLAQUE

PATTINSON

Robert

18490 Lance Corporal

d.

F&F

14 June 1917

BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III.C.7.



PATTINSON

Wilfred

17434 Corporal

d.

F&F

05 August 1917

MENDINGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY

III. B. 30.



PAVITT

Frederick

22932 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

14 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


Age 19. Brother of Mrs. Emily Marion Nation, of 12, Steerforth St., Earlsfield, London

PAYNTER

Herbert, Charles

21293 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



PEARCE

Thomas

21600 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.

CROPPERS PAPER MILL MEMORIAL PLAQUE, BURNESIDE

Age 28. Husband of Margaret Barber Pearce, of 136, Kirkland, Kendal
Westmorland. Also on Croppers Paper Mill Memorial Plaque, Burneside.

PEARSON

Sidney, Herbert

16215 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

15 July 1916

POZIERES BRITISH CEMETERY, OVILLERS-LA BOISSELLE

I. G. 17.


B Company 8th Border. Age 21. Son of John K. and Bertha Pearson, of "The Limes", 92, Cleveland Rd., Higher Crumpsall, Manchester

PEARSON

James

26741 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.



PEASCOD

William, Warwick

25621 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 November 1917

CAMBRIN MILITARY CEMETERY

L.50.


PHOTO

Born 1899. Address Town End Grasmere . School newsboy ( 1911). Brother of Sarah. Age 19. Son of Jemina M. M. Peascod, of "Island View," Grasmere, Westmorland, and the late William Peascod, a hotel porter. Also on GRASMERE WAR MEMORIAL

PEGG

Tom, Herbert

11100 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel



PENNY

Charles

12932 Lance Sergeant

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



PERRIN

Ernest, Alfred

29563 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

01 June 1918

RETHEL FRENCH NATIONAL CEMETERY – ARDENNES

1714


Age 21. Son of Mrs. E. A. Perrin, of 55, Melbourne Rd., East Ham, Essex.

PHILIPSON

Andrew, Hornby

39293 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

25 July 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

LXV. F. 16.


Died of wounds, received in an enemy air raid. Age 19. Son of John Hornby Philipson and Mary Margaret Philipson, of Hope Cottage, Goodshawfold, Gawshawbooth, Manchester. Late of Barrow-in-Furness.

PHILLIPS

Eric, Sutherland

Captain

k.i.a.

F&F

21 February 1917

PONT-DE-NIEPPE COMMUNAL CEMETERY, NORD

II. C. 9.


Age 22. Son of Elizabeth Phillips, of York House, Clarendon Place, Leamington Spa, and the late J. A. Phillips. Native of Rugby.

PHILLIPS

Griff

29494 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel


Age 18. Son of David and Mary Ann Phillips, of 5, Mount Pleasant Rd., Risca, Mon.

PICKLES

Harry, Silvester

29478 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



PICKUP

George D.C.M.

27376 Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


Age 23. Son of Mrs. Louisa Riley, of 16, Queen's Terrace, Mill Hill, Blackburn. Holder of D.C.M.

PIKE

Joseph

25702 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

01 May 1918

ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY

LXVII. A. 25.


Brother-in-law of David Marr, of 652, South Clerk St., Edinburgh.

PITCHFORD

Cyril, Pexton

241589 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



PLAYFORD

Arthur

21292 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Age 22. Son of Charles Playford, of Station Rd., Docking, King's Lynn, Norfolk

POOLE

William

10090 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



PORTER

Frederick,William

16214 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



PORTER

Joseph Faulder

15769 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C

GOSFORTH ST MARY MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Age 22. Son of John Porter, of Mirehouse, Hensingham, Whitehaven, Cumberland. Also commemorated onGosforth St Mary Church Memorial Plaque and on a FAMILY GRAVE - IRTON CHURCHYARD.

PORTER

William

25718 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

30 May 1917

KANDAHAR FARM CEMETERY

II. D. 5.



POTTS

John

24856 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

19 April 1918

METEREN MILITARY CEMETERY

V. G. 766.



POUNDER

Harry

15767 Corporal

d.

F&F

08 August 1917

LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY

XVII. D. 16.



Age 22. Son of Mary Pounder, of 15, Main St, Windermere,
Westmorland, and the late J. W. Pounder.

PRATT

William

14477 Private Transf 1st Border

k.i.a

F&F

01 July 1916

Y RAVINE CEMETRY, BEAUMONT- HAMEL.

D110.


Son of William and Fanny Pratt, of Lydias Cottages, Brigham, Keswick, Cumberland.

PRESTON

William, Carter

Second Lieutenant
Formerly Pte. 13991 Loyal North Lancashires

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



PHOTO

SAWREY ST PETER'S CHURCH MEMORIAL

Age 24. Son of Thomas and Sara Ann Preston, of The Fold, Far Sawrey, Ambleside, Westmorland. According to Pte John Sheehan. -Under attack on the 10th April, holding a trench. William was put in-charge of a unit of men and went back to his last position, while he was instructing the men he was shot by a sniper.

PROCTOR

James, Edward

14890 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

03 July 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I. B. 5.


PHOTO
"Ever Remembered by his Mother
Highfield, Kendal"

Born 1899. Address: 14 Highfield Villas, Kendal. Rate collector. Brother of James Edward. Age 17. Son of Thos. and Hannah Procter, of Highfield, Kendal, Westmorland. Died of wounds sustained 3rd July 1916. Also commemorated on FAMILY GRAVE KENDAL PARKSIDE.

PULLEIN

William

203058 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

26 March 1918

ST. HILAIRE CEMETERY, FREVENT

V.F.2.


Age 21.

QUINN

Edward

18993 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

19 April 1918

METEREN MILITARY CEMETERY

V. G. 764.


Age 32. Son of David and Eliza Quinn. Native of Workington, Cumberland

QUINN

Walter

11224 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

23 March 1918

DERNANCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III. J. 69.



RABY

Robert

12483 Sergeant

d.

Home

26 April 1918

PRESTON (NEW HALL LANE) CEMETERY

I. RC. 24.



RAE

Allan

14545 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C

FAMILY GRAVE -
MORESBY ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCHYARD

Age 21. Son of Joseph and Fanny Rae, of Syke Whinns, Parton, Cumberland

RATCLIFFE

John, Braithwaite

14543 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

PUCHEVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY

I.C.8.

GOSFORTH ST MARY CHURCHYARD MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Also commemorated on Gosforth St Mary Church Memorial Plaque.

REED

Gerald, Francis, Woolterton M.I.D.

Lieutenant

k.i.a.

F&F

21 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.


Mentioned in Despatches, Age 22. Son of Thomas Allen Woolterton Reed and Ida Reed, of The Inglenook, Rode Hill, Rode, Bath.

REED

Sidney, Reginald

27633 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

12 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.

FAMILY GRAVE

Age 22. Son of John Reed, of White Roding, Essex, and the late Alice Hannah Reed

REES

Arthur, Washington

29496 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1918

SOISSONS MEMORIAL

Border Regiment Panel



REES

Herbert, Hopkin

25266 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

22 March 1918

ARRAS
MEMORIAL

BAY 6.


Age 30. Son of the late Evan and Janet Rees; husband of the late Sarah Elizabeth Rees (nee Bray).

RENTON

Francis, Wallace, Home

Second Lieutenant

k.i.a.

F&F

30 August 1916

BLIGHTY VALLEY CEMETERY, AUTHUILLE

I.D.19.


SEDBURGH SCHOOL MEMORIAL CLOISTER

Age 29. Son of the late Brig. Surgeon Lt. Col. David Renton, M.D. (15th Hussars). Native of Edinburgh. Got his 1st XV. Rugby Football Cap at Sedbergh School, featured on Sedburgh School Memorial Cloister.Killed in the shelling of trenches held by the battalion in the Quarry Post area in front of Aveluy Wood 30th August 1916.

REVELL

William, Edward

21297 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



REYNOLDS

Ernest, Archer

21267 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



RHODES

John, Kenneth

Second Lieutenant

d.o.w.

F&F

16 July 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I. D. 6.


PHOTO

10th Bn. attd. 8th Bn. Border Regiment. Age 25. Son of Agnes and the late Samuel Rhodes, of Hill Park, Greenodd, Ulverston. Wounded attacking enemy trenches 13th July 1916. Died of his wounds 16th July 1916. Also on
COLTON ALL SAINTS CHURCH MEMORIAL

RICHARDSON

Harold

15781 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

31 August 1916

PUCHEVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY

III. F. 31.


B Company 8th Border. Age 27. Son of Martha and the late James Richardson, of 53, Cross Ormrod St., Bolton, Lancs.

RICHARDSON

Thomas

25314 Private

d.

F&F

10 September 1917

LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY

XVIII. E. 9A.


PHOTO

Age 30. Husband of Florence Dickinson (formerly Richardson), of Beck Head, Witherslack, Grange-over-Sands, Westmorland.

RIDING

George

16484 Sergeant

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


Age 24. Son of Mrs. Mary Ann Riding, of 20, Kemp St., Crimshaw Park, Blackburn

RIDLEY

Harold

14789 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

15 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

Age 22. Son of Joseph and Margaret Alice Ridley, of
3, Cross View, Highgate, Kendal, Westmorland. Born 1893. A bootmaker(Boot finisher). Enlisted 5th September 1914. Born 1894. Brother of John William, Jane, & Elizabeth.

RILEY

Charles, James

21269 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



RILEY

Robert, Herbert

27415 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

22 October 1916

BOUZINCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

IV.A.15.


PHOTO
Enlisted June 1915 with K.O.R.L. transferred 8th Border August 1916. Died of wounds 22nd October 1916.

Age 26. Son of John and Maggie Riley, of Burnley; husband of Lily Riley, of 16 Back, Halifax Rd., Briercliffe, Burnley. Former weaver of Queen St Manufacturing Co. Husband and father of one.

RILEY

Wilfred

14542 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

Also on
HOLME VILLAGE
WAR MEMORIAL

RINGWOOD

Bertie

26502 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

07 June 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.


Son of Mrs. E. Ringwood, of Stiffkey, Wells, Norfolk

ROBERTS

Frederick

203075 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

28 April 1918

TYNE COT MEMORIAL

PANEL 85 to 86.



ROBERTS

James

19223 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.



ROBINSON

Samuel

14541 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

06 December 1915

BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

I. F. 14.


Died of wounds, sustained when a shell landed amongst billets when out of line on 5th December 1915. Age 25. Son of Samuel B. Robinson, of 12, Sea View, Parton, Whitehaven, Cumberland, and the late Ellen Robinson. I. F. 14.

ROBINSON

Ernest

30211 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

21 October 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



ROBINSON

John, Edmund

17428 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PENRITH ST ANDREWS CHURCH
MEMORIAL PLAQUE


KIRKBY STEPHEN WAR MEMORIAL

Also on Penrith St Andrews Church Memorial Plaque and Kirkby Stephen War Memorial.

ROBINSON

John, Smith

15783 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


PHOTO

Age 21, son of Mr and Mrs James Robinson of Brampton Appleby. Enlisted Sept 1914.

ROBINSON

John, T

16469 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

05 July 1916

PUCHEVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY

I. C. 29.



ROBINSON

Thomas

15777 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

01 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C


Of 52 Mill Street, Frizington, Cumberland

ROBINSON

Frank

28908 Private

d.

home.

06 April 1918

SNITTERFIELD CEMETERY

U. 643.


Husband of S.A. Robinson, of Snitterfield.

ROBINSON

James

21764 Private

d.

POW Germany

20 October 1918

BERLIN SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY

XVI. C. 1.

ARTHURET CHURCH MEMORIAL

Son of Elizabeth Jane Robinson of 10 Albert Street, Longtown and the late James Robinson, and brother of Thomas. Died of pneumonia as a P.O.W. on 20th October 1918 aged 25 years.

ROBINSON

James

11218 Private

died (POW)

Germany (POW)

14 November 1918

COLOGNE SOUTHERN CEMETERY

XII. F. 16.



ROBLEY

John, Bowman

13233 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

07 November 1916

WARLOY-BAILLON COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

VIII. C. 21.


Formerly 11th Border Regiment, Age 20.

"Only son of T. and M. Robley, of Carlisle,Eng.
Promoted"

ROBSON (served as ROBINSON)

John, Joseph

34116 Private

d.o.w.

F&F

21 March 1918

FAVREUIL BRITISH CEMETERY

II. F. 8.


Age 25. (served as ROBINSON). Son of Mrs. Margaret Pounder, of 7, The Woodlands, Birkenhead. Born at Sunderland.

ROBSON

Joseph, Jackson

8/5956 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

27 May 1916

ECOIVRES MILITARY CEMETERY, MONT-ST. ELOI

II. E. 13


PENRITH ST ANDREWS CHURCH
MEMORIAL PLAQUE

Killed in action, at Vimy Ridge. Age 23. Son of Jane and the late Joseph Jackson Robson, of go, Wilson Row, Penrith, Cumberland. Also on Penrith St Andrews Church Memorial Plaque.

ROGERS

Edgar, Eagle

26864 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

13 July 1917

BELGIAN BATTERY CORNER CEMETERY

I. E. 22.


Age 36. Husband of Isabella Agnes Rogers, of 28, Fleming St., Maryport.

ROGERS

Edward

20165 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

10 April 1918

PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL

PANEL 6.


Age 17. Son of Josiah and Mary Rogers, of 205, Park Lane View, Holcombe Rd., Helmshore, Manchester

ROGERSON

William

18620 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

07 June 1917

BAILLEUL COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

III.B.255.



ROSE

John, Brownrigg

12934 Lance Corporal

k.i.a.

F&F

15 July 1916

POZIERES BRITISH CEMETERY, OVILLERS-LA BOISSELLE

I. F. 26.


PHOTO

Age 25. Son of Brownrigg and Jane Rose, of 62, Blencathra St. Enlisted 5th September 1914, entered France 26th September 1915, killed in action.

ROSS

Charles,William

21378 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

03 July 1916

THIEPVAL MEMORIAL

Pier and Face 6A and 7C



ROUTLEDGE

James, Harold

14900 Lance Corporal

d.o.w.

F&F

03 August 1917

BRANDHOEK NEW MILITARY CEMETERY No.3

II.C.5.


PHOTO
Died of wounds, received at Ypres 3rd August 1917

Nephew and adopted son of William and Rose Hannah Routledge, of Levens, Westmorland. Born 1893 Keswick. Address: Levens, Milnthorpe. Tailor. Living with Aunt & Uncle William and Rose Hannah ( also tailor) .

ROUTLEDGE

John, Herbert

20038 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

06 June 1917

ST. QUENTIN CABARET MILITARY CEMETERY

II. P. 16


Age 30. Son of Thomas Routledge, of 5, Grasslot St., Grasslot, Maryport.

RUDDY

Thomas

5628 Private

d.

home.

15 December 1914

BOURNEMOUTH EAST CEMETERY

Y. 3. 183.


Age 47. Son of James Ruddy, of 20, Back Row, Newhouses, Whitehaven.

RUTTER

James

25317 Private

k.i.a.

F&F

04 August 1917

YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL

PANEL 35.

HOLME VILLAGE WAR MEMORIAL

Also on Holme Village War Memorial .

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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