Casualty Records

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ImageNameRegimentDate of death
Major Henry David Cook Craig Highland Light Infantry13/02/1920 (aged 32)
Squadron Quartermaster Serjeant John Acland S/19747Royal Army Service Corps18/08/1920 (aged 36)
Leading Stoker Thomas Baker K/2171Royal Navy, HM S/M. E.1924/02/1917 (aged 28)
Leading Seaman Buss 192472Royal Navy, HM S/M. E.1920/03/1917 (aged 35)
Engine Room Artificer 3rd Class William Greenall Coe M/4476Royal Navy, HM S/M. E.1913/03/1917 (aged 25)
Engine Room Artificer 4th Class William Flockhart MC/400Royal Navy, HMS Gentian15/07/1919 (aged 48)
Able Seaman Haigh J/44770Royal Navy, HMS Gentian15/07/1919
Able Seaman Hirst Tyneside Z/9031Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, (Mine Clearance Service) HMS Gentian12/07/1919 (aged 21)
Leading Stoker Frederick Charles Langridge K/6765Royal Navy, HM S/M. E.906/07/1916 (aged 28)
Leading Stoker Edward Madden MC1688Royal Navy, (Mine Clearance Service). HMS Hexham12/06/1919 (aged 36)
Cook's Mate Ernest Petford M/10275Royal Navy, HMS Maidstone02/11/1919 (aged 23)
Chief Petty Officer Rampton 183835Royal Navy, HMS Princess Margaret30/07/1919 (aged 39)
Able Seaman Henry Frederick William Raxworthy J/34915Royal Navy, HMS Dragon11/12/1919 (aged 21)
Master William Swanson Ross Mercantile Marine22/09/1916
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ParishDioceseCasualtiesWith Life Story linksWith images
St Andrews and St Leonards122
Dunoon and Kilmun111
HascombeWaverley100
FarnhamWaverley100
Aberdeen100
FeatherstoneWakefield110