BLYTH CEMETERY

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Casualty Records

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ImageNameRegimentDate of death
Stoker 1st Class Smith K/9282Royal Navy, HM Submarine E.30.07/04/1916
Artificer Engineer Charles Thomas Bright Royal Navy, HM Submarine J.6.15/10/1918 (aged 40)
Private Thomas Brison 9166King's Own Scottish Borderers13/04/1919 (aged 33)
Private John Thomas Felton M2/147855Royal Army Service Corps26/11/1918 (aged 27)
Private Thomas Young Hately 97163Royal Army Medical Corps16/02/1919 (aged 29)
Able Seaman Howard 230663Royal Navy, (R.F.R. Dev. 5711). HM Submarine E.30.07/04/1916
Lieutenant Edward Howe West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)04/01/1917 (aged 31)
Petty Officer Telegraphist Larcombe 309324(Ch)Royal Navy, HM Submarine E.30.07/04/1916
Petty Officer Stoker George Jack Lyons 283619 (Ch.)Royal Navy, HMS Trident29/04/1916 (aged 41)
Private Mcnamara 42945Worcestershire Regiment01/02/1919
Private Marland CH/11430Royal Marine Light Infantry23/10/1918
Officer's Steward 2nd Class Morley L/7828Royal Navy, HMS Alecto14/07/1919
Private William Henry Pugmire 865Northumberland Fusiliers27/08/1914 (aged 24)
Private Frederick James Purton 2364London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)22/06/1918
Stoker Raffle 7409/SRoyal Naval Reserve, HMS Wahine10/07/1918 (aged 24)
Motor Mechanic Reynolds MB/575Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, HMS Hermione09/04/1917
Stoker 1st Class State K/13014(PO)Royal Navy, HMS Bonaventure03/05/1917
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