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Gloucestershire / P J Smith
« on: Thursday 17 February 22 17:42 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth War Graves Commission are appealing for relatives of Pvt P J Smith of the Army Service Corp who died 18/4/1917 and is buried at Arnos Vale Cemetery Bristol. Service No :- S/307365

The private memorial marking the grave of Pvt P J Smith no longer provides adequate commemoration. The Commission are in the process of producing a new headstone to mark his grave.

Sandra


29
Staffordshire / Harold Raymond Taylor
« on: Thursday 17 February 22 11:33 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth War Graves Commission are appealing for relatives of Sgt Harold Raymond Taylor - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - service no:- 1432831 died 15/2/1944 -  aged 21 years - buried Fallings Heath Cemetery, Wednesbury. Staffs.

Harold was the son of Albert and May Taylor of Darlaston.

The private memorial marking the grave of Sgt Harold Taylor no longer provides adequate commemoration. The Commission are in the process of producing a new headstone to mark his grave.

https://www.gravestonephotos.com/public/namedetails.php?deceased=558918


https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/177552949/harold-raymond-taylor

Sergeant Taylor was the Wireless Operator aboard Vickers Wellington Mk. XIV, HF142, of 407 Squadron. On the 15th of February the aircraft was taking off from Limavady, Northern Ireland, probably on an anti submarine patrol, when the aircraft stalled and crashed with the loss of all those on board. Harold Taylor was just 21 years old.

https://blockall.wordpress.com/2014/06/01/taylor-harold-raymond-sergeant-rafvr/

Sandra






30
Buckinghamshire / Harry Robert Way
« on: Wednesday 16 February 22 15:58 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth War Graves Commission are appealing for relatives of Saddler Harry Robert Way - Service No :- L/37713 - Royal Field Artillery - died 28/12/1916 - Buried Great Marlow (All Saints Churchyard)

Previously 9 years in RN 234469. Disch 1914 illness - 1 year in Merchant Navy. Discharged form Army 6 Jun 1916. Buried 1 Jan 1917. Name added to CWGC 26 Jul 2016.

Parents Thomas Henry & Elizabeth (Eliza) May
Parent's occupation   bar house keeper -  Licensed victualler
Parents' Address (last known) 1 901 Station Rd, Marlow

http://buckinghamshireremembers.org.uk/php_scripts/bksidget.php?id=8535

The Commission are in the process of producing a special memorial to commemorate him, as it is not possible to mark his grave.

Sandra




31
Nottinghamshire / Arthur Frederick or Frederick Arthur Worthington.
« on: Wednesday 16 February 22 14:44 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth War Graves Commission are appealing for relatives of Pvt Arthur Frederick Worthington. Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Service No :- 9169
Died 17/2/1915 - buried at Long Eaton.

The private memorial marking the grave of Pvt Worthington no longer provides adequate commemoration. The Commission are in the process of producing a new headstone to mark his grave.

If you are related or can help, CWGC would like to hear from you.

Mentioned on FIND A GRAVE

Long Eaton Cemetery Long Eaton, Erewash Borough, Derbyshire.
PLOT   B. 613.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/175466004/arthur-frederick-worthington

https://www.cwgc.org/find-records/find-war-dead/casualty-details/351727/

1911 - Name: Frederick Arthur Worthington - 1889  Attenboro Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire,
County/Island: Military England. Aged 22 years.
Military Unit: 1st K O Y L I
Registration District Number: 641
ED, institution, or vessel: China and Hong Kong.

Sandra

32
The Common Room / ‘first cousin once removed’
« on: Wednesday 09 February 22 20:03 GMT (UK)  »

A high school teacher is being applauded after explaining with a hand-drawn family tree what the term “first cousin once removed” actually means.

http://www.rootschat.com/links/01ra7/

Sandra

33
Durham / Edward Wright
« on: Monday 31 January 22 19:46 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth Wart Grave Commission are appealing for relatives of Pvt Edward Wright - Service No 4681756 - Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - died 2/4/1921 - buried Londonderry (Or Derry) City Cemetery.

The Commission are in the process of producing a special memorial to commemorate him as it is not possible to mark his grave.

Sandra

34
Essex / Edward Warner
« on: Sunday 30 January 22 17:19 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth War Graves Commission are appealing for relatives of Corporal Edward Warner - Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) service no :- 54420 - burial St Mary and St Peter Fairstead Churchyard.

FIND A GRAVE

Casualty of the Great War, Edward served with the Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)172nd Coy.Service No:54420
transferred to (661689) Labour Corps.

He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warner of Dines Farm, Fairstead.

St Mary And Peter Churchyard Fairstead, Braintree District, Essex.

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/100865843/edward-warner

Sandra


https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/100865843/edward-warner


35
Monmouthshire / Francis George Lewis
« on: Sunday 30 January 22 16:21 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth War Grave Commission are appealing for relatives of Pvt Francis George Lewis - labour corps - service no 131732 - died 21/5/1919 - burial Chepstow Cemetery.

The Commission are in the process of producing a special memorial to commemorate him as it is not possible to mark his grave.

Francis G Lewis - 1891 - 1919 (aged 28 years)
Registration Quarter Apr-May-Jun Chepstow
Volume 11a Page 7

Sandra


36
Cornwall / William Hart
« on: Sunday 30 January 22 14:50 GMT (UK)  »
Commonwealth War Graves Commission are appealing for relatives of Sapper W Hart - Canadian Railway Troops - service no 2503600 - who died 1/8/1919 - buried Barnoon Cemetery, St Ives, Cornwall Unitary Authority, Cornwall.
 
Died  in Cornwall from complications from tuberculosis which affected his throat and lungs.


FIND A GRAVE


In loving memory of Sapper William Hart 250360 Canadian Railway Transport
who died at St. Ives August 1st. 1919 from the effects of the Great War
1914-1918 after 36 years.
Also of William Hart father of the above who died at St. Ives Feb. 22nd. 1921
aged 67 years.
Also of Mary Edwards Hart mother of the above who died at St. Ives (illegible)
and, at the foot of the grave:

William Hart, 1919
Thy will be done.

10th. Battalion
Inscription -

Barnoon Cemetery St Ives, Cornwall Unitary Authority, Cornwall.
PLOT   New AA 3C

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/78313260/william-hart

Sandra



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