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Warwickshire / CWGC Appeal for relatives .....Craftesman Vernon Frank Digger.
« on: Friday 25 May 18 14:19 BST (UK)  »
CWGC  wish to make contact with any family members of Craftesman Vernon Frank Digger born 1927 and passed away 27 June 1946 - Birmingham - 9c 81
Craftsman, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

FIND A GRAVE

Crftsmn Vernon Frank Digger - brookwood Military Cemetery
Brookwood, Woking Borough, Surrey, England
PLOT   Brookwood (1939-1945) Memorial, Panel 20, Column 1.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/56075679

Sandra


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CWGC wish to make contact with any family members of Flying Officer Maurice Jack Moulder - passed away 19 July 1945 -  Service No: 166650  - aged 24 years -  Father Charles Moulder - Mother Alice Mary Moulder of Chesham.

FIND A GRAVE

Charles Moulder - 11 February 1951

Chesham Burial Ground Chesham, Chiltern District, Buckinghamshire.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/112090618/charles-moulder

Alice Mary Moulder - 30 June 1968


MOULDER    ALICE M    84 years    Amersham    6A   240

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/112090950/alice-mary-moulder

Maurice Jack Moulder - 19 July 1945

Grave/Memorial Reference: Sec. J. Grave 91.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/69191797

If you are related to Flying Officer Jack Moulder, contact UKNA Technical Team at CWGC.

https://www.cwgc.org/

Sandra


Have sent a message to ancestry member - fingers crossed.

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Surrey / CWGC Appeal for relatives Guardsman Benjamin Edward Booker
« on: Friday 25 May 18 13:39 BST (UK)  »
CWGC wish to make contact with any family members of Guardsman Benjamin Edward Booker passed away 22 October 1940 - 2 A 794 - Surrey North Western - aged 32 years.

Casualty of WWII, Benjamin was a Guardsman in the 2nd Bn. Welsh Guards~Service No:2732548.
He was 32 Years old.  He was awarded the Military Medal.
CWGC is in the process of producing a Special Memorial headstone to mark his grave. He was previously commemorated on the Brookwood (1939-1945) Memorial.

[His name will be removed when the appropriate panel is next replaced.]

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/56075136

FIND A GRAVE

St Mary Churchyard Byfleet, Woking Borough, Surrey, England
PLOT   Sec. D. 15. Grave 379

Sandra


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Glamorganshire / CWGC Appeal for relatives.......Pvt J Murray 23346
« on: Tuesday 22 May 18 13:44 BST (UK)  »
CWGC wish to make contact with any family members of Pvt J Murray - 23346 - Welsh Regiment
Spouse Bridget nee Hurley
Pvt J Murray passed away 26 May 1919 - King Edward V11 Hospital - Abscess of the spleen. general peritonitis  :'(

buried - St Mary's Church at Caerau.

G7 MURRAY GF29 Stone fallen JOHN MURRAY d.27 May 1919 (1918?) aged 67 (47?), and his wife
BRIDGET MURRAY d.3 Jun 1957 aged 85

http://www.stmaryscaerau.org/gravemap/GraveDETAILS_2017.pdf


John Murray listed born 1877 on British Army Papers - Lived at 1 Roberts Str Ely, Cardiff in 1914.
Wife Bridget nee Hurley. 2 sons - John Murray (16.2.07) and Thomas Peter Murray (16.2.07) (also had a son Cyril Murray who died 1913 aged 2 years - 11a 311 - Q2 Cardiff)
John Murray was aged 39 years and Bridget (nee Hurley) 37 years on 1911 census. The couple married 22 June 1904 - Cardiff - 11a   658

Possible death for Bridget Murray aged 80 years -  passed away March 1954 - Newport Monmouthshire - 8C 259

Son John Murray was married and widowed by 1939. Son Thomas Murray was single.

Thomas P Murray born 1907 passed away June 1964 - east Glamorgan - aged 57 years - 8b 337

There was a possible death for a John Murray born about 1904 who passed away December 1964 - Bridgend Glamorgan - 8b 16  ???

If you are related to Pvt John Murray and can help please contact UKNA Technical Team at CWGC -
https://www.cwgc.org/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-21831333


Sandra




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CWGC would like to make contact with any family members of Gunner Ronald Edward Britton - passed away 2 March 1941 - aged 25 years - Royal Artillery

Hull Eastern Cemetery - Compt. 225. Grave 11.

Parents marriage - John britton to Sarah Thornton - Easingwold - 9d 958 - December 1912

Britton    Ronald E    Thornton    Sculcoates    9d   364 - March 1916

brother - Britton    Benjamin R    Thornton    Easingwold    9d   815 - March 1912

sister - Britton    Doris    Thornton    Sculcoates    9d   422 - June 1920

parents John and Sarah (nee Thornton) Britton



If you are related to  the above casualty and can help contact UKNA Technical Team. https://www.cwgc.org/

Sandra





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CWGC would like to make contact with any family members of 2nd Lieutenant A Clarke - passed away 17 November 1918 - widow Mrs Alice Clarke.

If you are related to A Clarke and can help - please contact the UKNA Technical Team at CWGC -

https://www.cwgc.org/

Sandra



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Pvt Charles Ingram - Labour Corps - 86023 - passed away 27 May 1918 - widow Bridget

INGRAM, CHARLES Rank -  Private Service No: 86023 Date of Death: 27/05/1918 Age -  64 years - Regiment/Service: Labour Corps 6th Bn. Grave Reference B. 80. Cemetery Great Warlei  (LORNE ROAD) CEMETERY

Husband of Bridget Ingram, of Brentwood, Essex.

Charles Ingram is buried in Lorne Road cemetery in grave B80.  Records show that he was interred on 1st June 1918 and he lived in 2 Albert Cottages, Woodman Road, Warley, Brentwood. Charles shares this common grave with Bridget Ingram interred 14 April 1925 aged 66, probably his wife, and Mary Amy Gibbons interred 21st December 1882 aged 72, relationship unknown.

FIND A GRAVE

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/126482484

Sandra

Added - https://www.greatwarforum.org/topic/151208-charles-ingram/


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Essex / CWGC Appeal for relatives...Pvt Frank Henry Sawyer.
« on: Monday 21 May 18 12:22 BST (UK)  »
CWGC appeal for relatives to locate the next of kin for soldiers who fell in war.
Casualty of the Great War,Frank served in the 1st Bn.  Essex Regiment-Service No - 34198.

FIND A GRAVE

Frank Henry Sawyer - Ingatestone, Essex - 1887 -
Residence: Margaretting, Essex  passed away : 6 Mar 1919
Enlistment Location: Chelmsford  - Rank: Private - Essex Regiment  - Battalion: 1st Battalion
Number: 34198
Died of wounds - Home  - Formerly 2700, Essex Yeomanry.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/118698299

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/118698299#view-photo=90614154

1901 census Ingatestone Chelmsford Essex 

John T Sawyer   36 Eliza Sawyer   37
Frank H Sawyer   14 Gertrude M Sawyer 12
John F Sawyer   11 Percy W Sawyer 8 Olive H Sawyer   6
Albert E Bedlow   27

1911 Frank still at home with parents.

Probate - Frank Henry Sawyer - 6 March 1919 - probate 18 June 1919 London -
Frank Henry Sawyer of Bakery Margaretting Essex died 6 March 1919 at Fort Pitt Hospital Chatham - administration London 18 June 1919 to Eliza Sawyer - widow.

CWGC wish to make contact with any family members of Pvt Frank Henry Sawyer.

Sandra

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« on: Wednesday 25 April 18 16:47 BST (UK)  »
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