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Antrim / CWGC Appeal for relatives of Rifleman James Carson
« on: Wednesday 04 April 18 18:18 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives to locate the next of kin for soldiers who died as a result of WW1

James Carson - Rifleman - Royal Irish Rifles - 4/9/1918

Carson   James   DE/744149/1   45546    Will 11/09/1919 - Died 04/09/1918

Carmoney Cemetery -  Grave X31

In a will dated 2 June 1916 - he  left his property and effects to his wife  Margaret Carson of 11 Cavour Street Old Lodge Road Belfast. Signed Driver Jas Carson.


Antrim / CWGC Appeal for relatives of Pvt John Foley
« on: Wednesday 04 April 18 17:18 BST (UK)  »
And another one in Belfast.............

Pvt John Foley of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers - died 21/7/1918 - pulmonary tuberculois

Belfast (Milltown) Roman Catholic Cemetery. B.WD.63

John Foley was 30 years of age - married - army pensioner - widow Mary E Foley - 20 Little York Street Belfast

British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 for John Foley (Regiment Name 6th R Dub
Fusiliers  -  Regimental Number 2538 )
shows his wife Mary Elizabeth- children 28 Hester Street, Belfast
in 1914 -

John Foley, Margaret Ann Foley, Wm James Foley, Mary Ellen Foley and Isabella Foley.
All the children match a mother with maiden surname Brady - except can't find Isabella  ::)

1911 census shows the family at Portland Street (Belfast East, Antrim)


Antrim / CWGC Appeal for relatives of Lance Corporal Edward Killen..............
« on: Wednesday 04 April 18 15:51 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives  to locate the next of kin for soldiers who fell as a result of WW1

Edward Killen born about 1871 - death registered Q3 - Belfast - volume 1 page 219 -  (2 July 1917)

Royal Irish Rifles - Regt C/357 -  Belfast (Milltown) Roman Catholic Cemetery. B. SD. 41

Looking at UK, Army Registers of Soldiers' Effects, 1901-1929 for Edward Killen - it seems he may have a widow Annie.


Cambridgeshire / CWGC Appeal for relatives of Gunner David Jaggard........50512
« on: Wednesday 04 April 18 11:20 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives is a search to locate the next of kin for soldiers who fellas a result of WW1

CWGC policy is to only commemorate a person in one place and they wish to demolish the current Memorial at Brookwood as so many on it have now been located, and to build a new Memorial containing only the names of those who have not been located.

Gnr David Jaggard - 1895    1895 East Cambridgeshire District, Cambridgeshire - 7 May 1917

Listed - Brookwood Military Cemetery
Brookwood, Woking Borough, Surrey, England
PLOT   Listed on the Brookwood (United Kingdom 1914-1918) Memorial.

David was born in Little Ditton, Woodditton in 1895, the fourth son of Charles and Thurza Jaggard [nee Dean] and baptized in Woodditton on 14th April 1895.
At the time of the 1901 census he was aged 6 and in Ditton Green with his maternal grandfather Edward Dean aged 73, a farm labourer.
His father Charles Jaggard aged 36 was a bricklayer born in Dullingham; his mother Thurza then 34 and brothers Ernest William [13] Percy Charles [11] Harry Edward [9] Arthur [3] and Robert [1] were all Woodditton born.
At the time of the 1911 census,David now 16 was a farm labourer, living at School Cottages, Woodditton with his parents, brothers Percy (miller's carter), Harry (farm labourer) Arthur and Robert. In addition there were 3 sisters, Violet Eliza [9] Mabel Winifred {7] and Elsie Sarah [2] all Woodditton born. One child had died.
David married Alice Catherine Perren in Newmarket Registry Office on November 9th 1914, two days before he enlisted at Newmarket. Their address was 1 Green Road, Newmarket. There was a daughter, Vera Lillie Perren ( born 18th April 1914) and a son Ronald born in 1916. His widow re-married (to Albert Gilbert in 1918) and lived at Vine Terrace, Sketchworth around the end of the war. She received David's medals in 1921

birth March 1895

Jaggard    David        Newmarket    3b   531

marriage December 1914 -

Jaggard    David    Perren    Newmarket    3b   1290

PERREN    Alice C    Jaggard    Newmarket    3b   1290   

David was a Gunner with the Royal Garrison Artillery-Service No:50512.

He was 22 and the husband of Alice Catherine Jaggard of Vine Cottage, Stetchworth, Newmarket, Camb


Dorset / CWGC Appeal for relatives of George Henry Thomas brown (Harry)
« on: Wednesday 04 April 18 10:50 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives  to locate the next of kin for soldiers who fell as a result of war.

George Henry Thomas Brown passed away 11/12/1944 -  Merchant Navy - Divers Lineman -
Poole (Parkstone) Cemetery - Poole Dorset. Section Q CE - Grave 38

UK, WWII Civilian Deaths, 1939-1945

George Henry Thomas Brown - 1920 - Death Date 11 Dec 1944 - 24 years - Spouse Joan Phyllis Brown. Son of Mr and Mrs G Brown of 38 Salterns Road, Lower Parkstone Dorsetshire. Husband of Joan Phyllis Brown of the same address - 11 December 1944 - at Plymouth Harbour.


Buckinghamshire / CWGC Appeal for relatives of Corporal Jesse Alexander Maslen
« on: Wednesday 04 April 18 10:12 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives to locate the next of kin for soldiers who died as a result of WW1

Jessie Alexander Maslen - Corporal 14036 - 3 Bn Grenadier Guards - passed away 15/2/1917 (tuberculois) - aged 37 years.
Commemorated United Kingdom Book of Remembrance.

Upton-cum-Chalvey (St Mary Churchyard - New Portion)

Jesse Alexander MASLEN 18791917
born July 1879 - Chelvey, Buckinghamshire. passed away March 1917 - Eton, Buckinghamshire, vol 3a 1303

Maslen    Jesse Alexander        Eton    3a   520

1881 census shows mother and son - Ragstone Rd 7 Pleasant Place Upton cum Chalvey Buckinghamshire.

Henry Penifor   54
Elizabeth Penifor 52
Carolion Miflin (should be Maslen)25 Laundress. Married.
William Penifor   8
Kate Penifor   3
Jesse Meslin   1

Jesse Maslen18551891
born April 1855 - North Newnton, Wiltshire, England passed away October 1891 - Pewsey, Wiltshire
vol 5a 98

and Caroline Penifer - 1854 - 1924
born March 1854 - St Matthews, Brixton passed away June 1924 - Edmonton, Middlesex.

marriage - March 1878

Maslen    Jesse        Eton    3a   502
PENIFER    Caroline        Eton    3a   502

1901 shows the mother remarried to Jack Gray - Eton Buckinghamshire - 3 a 1138 - Q2 1896

1901 Slough Buckinghamshire.

Jack Gray   47
Caroline Gray   43 Laundress.
Charles Martin (Maslen) 19 Step-son. Engine Fitter GWR
Lucy Martin (Maslen)   12 Step-daughter.

Jack Gray passed away aged 53 years -     Eton    3a   373 - September 1908

These must be siblings to Jesse Alexander Maslen.

Maslen - Charles Henry Percy - no mothers maiden name
GRO Reference: 1881  D Quarter in Pewsey  Volume 05A  Page 163

Maslen Lucy Caroline - mothers maiden surname E    Penifer    
GRO Reference: 1886  D Quarter in St George Hanover Square   Volume 01A  Page 477


Antrim / CWGC Appeal for relatives of Murtagh McCrudden
« on: Tuesday 03 April 18 21:30 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives is a search to locate the next of kin for soldiers who fell as a result of WW1

CWGC wish to make contact with any family members of the above casualty.

Murtagh McCrudden - Rifleman - 7778 Royal Irish Rifles -

Buried Belfast ( Milltown) Roman Catholic Cemetery.  B.BC 58

British Army WWI Pension Records 1914-1920 - Murtagh McCrudden born about 1880 and died 20/7/1916 after discharge. Phthisis.

1915 Residence Place 34 Garnett St, Belfast - mother Elizabeth McCrebbley
Shoemaker by occupation. single.

UK, Army Registers of Soldiers' Effects, 1901-1929 for Murtagh McCrudden - named his mother Elizabeth


Devon / CWGC Appeal for relatives of Lillian Norah Pearce
« on: Tuesday 03 April 18 21:05 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives to locate the next of kin for soldiers and volunteers who died as a result of war.

Lillian N Pearce - born about 1897 and passed away December 1918 - Litchfield Staffordshire - vol6 b 998

Lillian N Pearce - Volunteer and Detachment - St Budeaux Churchyard and Extension - Grave 396 in the Church yard.

1901 census St Budeaux, Devon.

RG13 Piece 2112 Folio 48 Page 20

William J Pearce   42
Emily S Pearce   40
Daisy Pearce   14
Mabel A Pearce   11
Alan E Pearce   7
Lilian N Pearce   5
Stella E Pearce   3
Henry Pearce   2
Samuel E Gray   26
Florence Gray   25
Gordon E Gray   1
Percy W Pearce   1 month.

William J Pearce (father) passed away 60 Combe Park Lane Crownhill Plymouth died 4 th November 1947 - probate Exeter to Percy William Pearce - School Master.  Effects 1132 19s 10d

Brother Percy William Pearce married Devonport 1926 to Hetty H L Downing - 5b 733

Percy William Pearce 29 March 1899 passed away December 1969 - Plymouth Devon - 7a 1991

Hetty Harriet L Pearce 21 june 1903 passed away December 2000 - Thurrock Essex - A36A - 4771

There were a couple of births at Devonport which could be possibles for this couple.

A son - Pearce    Geoffrey D    Downing    Devonport    5b   502

Mr Geoffrey Downing Pearce - 15 May 1927 passed away 11 December 2010 - Wells, Somerset - aged 83 years.

The couple may have had a son and a daughter.



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