IN MEMORy by Pierre Vandervelden
The visit of Commonwealth graves in Communal Cemeteries & Churchyards in Belgium & France
LOOS Memorial (Loos en Gohelle) (Pas de Calais France)
|Rfl Harold Joe Johnson KIA 02/10/1915 aged 17|
|Pte James Arnott 25/09/1915 aged 44
James was born on 18/11/1870 at Greyrigg, Muiravonside, Scotland, he was miner and lived at Coatbridge.
|Pte Herbert J. Clarke 27/09/1915|
|Pte Frederick Dixon 13/10/1915 aged
He was killed during the attack on the Hohenzollen Redoubt at Loos
|2nd/Lt Alexander Douglas Gillespie 26/09/1915 aged 26|
|Pte Patrick O'Neill 26/09/1915 aged
He was KIA at the battle of Hill 70
|Lt/Col. Richard Davies Garnons-Williams 25/09/1915|
|Pte Oswald Sansom 03/10/1915 aged 17||Pte Robert Osborne 01/08/1916 aged 35|
|for Anthony Bagshaw (Mansfield Woodhouse
|S/Lt Beauchamps Patrick 25/09/1915 aged 24
He was born on 24/08/1891, enlisted in 08/1914 and went to France in 05/1915.
He was KIA at the storming of the Hohenzollern Redoubt
|Pte Alexander Greig 30/06/1916 aged 22
For Alex Greig, Carolyn Shell and family (UK)
|Sjt Charles Roberts 07/03/1895 - 18/05/1918
Charles grow up in a family of ten children and worked at the CWS Soap Works in Irlam.
He enlisted in 11/1914, served in Gallipoli and in the Ypres Salient.
He was wounded at Gallipoli in 1915. He was KIA during a raid on the Hilda Trench, Hulluch.
He left a wife, and a son, Charles.
For his great great nephew Peter Thomas
|Pte Bert Saunders 28/03/1916 aged 28|
|L/Cpl Thomas Hewitt 25/09/1915||Pte Frederick Thomas Faulkner 22/06/1916|
|Pte Archibald Nesmith 22/06/1916 aged 30||Pte Alfred Henry Heath 22/06/1916|
|Sjt Walter Atkins 25/09/1915 aged 27||Lt Henry John Francis Brunt 25/09/1915|
|For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen|
|Pte Thomas Candlish 25/09/1915 aged
His brother, Pte Robert Candlish is remembered in the Ploegsteert Memorial
|Pte William alfred Brown 27/09/1915
He enlisted in 09/1914
|Pte Sidney Redhead 28/09/1918 aged 21|
|Pte Sidney Victor Lord 17/08/1917 aged 21|
|Dvr William Frederick Parsons 20/08/1918 aged 21|
|Coy Sjt Mjr Frederick Fry KiA 25/09/1915 aged 35
Son of Albert and Harriet Fry, husband of Alice Fry.
From the people of Hartfield
|2/Lt Frederick Richard Parker 19/07/1916 aged 19|
|Pte Willam Henry James Watson 16/03/1916
for his Great Granddaughter Sharon Evans
|Coy Sjt Mjr Frederick Samuel Fry 25/09/1915 aged
for Richard and Debbie (Frederick's grand daughter) Prout
|Pte James McAlerney MM 09/04/1918 aged 20|
|Pte Frederick Charles Bowkett 13/10/1915 aged 22|
|Pte Horace Mennell Appleton 26/09/1915 aged 22|
|Pte Richard Henry Small 02/10/1915|
|Sgt Arthur Taylor 13/06/1917 aged 20|
|Coy Sjt Mjr Thomas Samuel Hawkswood 26/09/1915
He was killed leading his men in a charge on Hill 70 near Loos.
His son, Pte Alfred Thomas Hawkswood DoW on 12/11/1916 and is buried in St Sever Communal Cemetery Extension.
for Graeme Clarke and the people of Walsall
20 597 casualties
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Casualties informations come usualy from Commonwealth War Graves Commission, see links for more informations
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