IN MEMORy by Pierre Vandervelden
The visit of Commonwealth graves in Communal Cemeteries & Churchyards in Belgium & France
PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL (Hainaut Belgium)
|Pte Ernest Ball 09/05/1915 Aged 20||Pte John William Smith 09/05/1915||Pte Albert Phillips - Taylor 20/10/1914 aged 26|
|For Anthony Bagshaw (Mansfield
|L/Cpl F. A. Wyer M.M. 14 April 1918|
|S/Lt Russell Louis Harry Simmons 25/09/1915
He was born 27/02/1895
|S/Lt Basil Montgomery Coates 07/09/1915
He was born 16/09/1893
|Cpt Geoffrey Boles Donaldson 19/07/1916
He was born 25/11/1893
|For Avalon Eastman
Oundle School Roll of Honour
|Pte John William Duxbury 13/04/1918 aged 29|
|Lt Jesse Marson Atkin 07/11/1914 aged 23|
|Pte Harold Collins 09/05/1915 aged
for his great niece Jackie Loos
|Rfm James Norwood KIA 09/05/1915
James was from Belfast and had previously served in India and Aden.
Proudly remembered by all his family
|Capt Harold Hunt Caffyn 22/03/1915 aged 33
For Ms Alison Caffyn & Dr H.J. Krijnen
|2nd/Lt Rowland le Belward Egerton 30/10/1914 aged 19||Pte Thomas Walter Williams 28/11/1914 aged 19||Pte Thomas Hill 30/01/1915 aged 29|
|L/Cpl John Edwin Garratt 16/05/1915||Pte John Taylor 16/05/1915 aged 33||L/Cpl Frederick William Francis Greenway 15/12/1914|
|For the Royal Welch fusiliers & Dr H.J. Krijnen|
|2nd/Lt Charles Roger Ripley 22/10/1914 aged 26|
|Pte Robert Candlish 14/04/1918 aged
His brother, Pte Thomas Candlish is remembered in the Loos Memorial
|2nd/Lt George Bertram Monk 18/12/1914 aged 23|
|Pte Joseph George Dobson 04/06/1915|
|Pte Joel Lee Clark 13/04/1918 aged 27|
|Pte John Osborne Maddra 12/03/1897 - 12/04/1918
John was born in Sculcoates, Hull, the son of Joseph and Sarah Jane (nee Armstrong) Maddra of 8 Marsh Street, Scott Street, Hull.
He was educated in Lincoln Street School there; was employed at Messrs. Shaw’s Malt Works, Wincolmlee.
He enlisted on 01/1915 abd served in Egypt and France & Flanders from 12/1915.
John died of wounds received in action at Armentières.
His Commanding Officer, Lt. C. Shaw, wrote: “We all miss him greatly here, as he was always very cheerful and willing and brave in action; we cannot afford to lose men like him, and I miss him personally, as I always relied on him when any work out of the ordinary had to be done.”
for his great nephew Pete Maddra
|Pte Albert Hall 04/09/1918
His brother Gnr John (Jack) Hall 24/09/1917 is buried in Menin South Road Mil. Cem.
|His second brother, Pte James Hall 20/05/1918 is buried in Berlin South-Western Cem. (Germany)|
11 367 casualties
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Casualties informations come usualy from Commonwealth War Graves Commission, see links for more informations
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