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Record:
MURPHY, WILLIAM
Additional information:
Cemetery:
VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
France

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badge, headdress, British, Royal Naval Air Service, Officers

Royal Naval Air Service headdress badge to officers below Air rank, being a pair of gold wire laurel fronds surmounted by a King's crown in gold and silver wire with coloured detail, below the crown and with wings overlapping the laurel fronds towards the top, a small silver metal flying eagle, all …
Following the Royal Engineers' formation of a Balloon school at Chatham in 1878, active investigations and advances into military aviation continued to flourish. An Air Battalion, composed of two companies, one airship and one aeroplane, was attached to the Royal Engineers in 1911. In recognition of …

buttons, British, Royal Naval Air Service

Royal Naval Air Service buttons: a flying eagle surmounted by a King's crown, surrounded by a roped border embossed onto a brass surface. Loops on the reverse.
A Naval wing to the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was formed on 11 July 1912 and soon became known as the Royal Naval Air Service. . Servicemen of the RNAS were to wear the RN uniform of their rank with the RFC eagle replacing the naval anchor where appropriate. . Early versions of the Royal Air …

badge, headdress, Royal Naval Air Service, officers

Royal Naval Air Service headdress badge to officers below Air rank, being a pair of gold wire laurel fronds surmounted by a King's crown in gold and silver wire with coloured detail, below the crown and with wings overlapping the laurel fronds towards the top, a small silver metal flying eagle, all …
A Naval wing to the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was formed on 11 July 1912 and soon became known as the Royal Naval Air Service. . Servicemen of the RNAS were to wear the RN uniform of their rank with the RFC eagle replacing the naval anchor where appropriate.

badge, rank, Royal Naval Air Service, Flight Sub-Lieutenant

A facing pair of rank epaulettes to a Flight Sub-Lieutenant of the Royal Naval Air Service, being a dark blue wool rectangle on the outer end of which a single loop of gold rank braid, above which a small gilt flying eagle, facing in different directions on each epaulette, and at the inner end a …
A Naval wing to the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) was formed on 11 July 1912 and soon became known as the Royal Naval Air Service. . Servicemen of the RNAS were to wear the RN uniform of their rank with the RFC eagle replacing the naval anchor where appropriate.

badge, rank, British, Royal Navy, Royal Naval Air Service, Sub-Lieutenant

A pair of cuff lace rank stripes to a Royal Naval Air Service Sub-Lieutenant, being one length of looped gold half-inch rank braid, the centre of the loop in-filled with a backing of dark blue cloth.
A gilt eagle would have been worn above the upper lace band.

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Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Eccles Pals (WMR 26165)
Location:
Eccles, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
St Annes Church (WMR 15470)
Location:
Edge Hill, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
St. Augustine's Church - Roll Of Honour (WMR 37759)
Location:
Leicester, Leicestershire
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Harryville Presbyterians - WW1 (WMR 6375)
Location:
Harryville, Antrim
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
St Benets Church - WW1 (WMR 34372)
Location:
Sunderland, Tyne And Wear
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
English Martyrs Rc Church WW1 Memorial Tablet (WMR 39157)
Location:
Streatham, Greater London
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Little Hulton WW1 Roll of Honour (WMR 75825)
Location:
Little Hulton, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Park Lane Presbyterian, Bryn - WW1 Roll of Honour - all (WMR 86232)
Location:
Ashton-in-Makerfield, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Maxwelltown and Troqueer Memorial (WMR 5862)
Location:
Maxwelltown, Dumfries And Galloway
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
The Buffs (East Kent) Regiment -First World War Book Of Remembrance (WMR 40979)
Location:
Canterbury, Kent
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Park Lane Presbyterian, Bryn WW1 Memorial Room (WMR 86240)
Location:
Ashton In Makerfield, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Portadown (WMR 6525)
Location:
Portadown, Armagh
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Llanberis (WMR 7024)
Location:
Llanberis, Gwynedd
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Mobberley - WW1 And WW2 Cross (WMR 42804)
Location:
Mobberley, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Park Lane Presbyterian, Bryn WW1 Window (WMR 86214)
Location:
Ashton-in-Makerfield, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
St Annes Church (WMR 1969)
Location:
Birkenhead, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
St. Paul's Parishioners - WW1 and WW2 Pulpit (WMR 45025)
Location:
Norden, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Knutsford & District Memorial Hospital (Knutsford, Mobberley, Pickmere, Mere, Tatton, Toft, Bexton, Rostherne, Tabley, High Legh, Over, Lower and Nether Peover and Allostock) (WMR 2165)
Location:
Knutsford, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Howwood Garden of Remembrance (WMR 44696)
Location:
Howwood, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Caledonian Railway (WMR 13356)
Location:
Glasgow, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Gartcosh-Wall (WMR 90226)
Location:
Gartcosh, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
Gartcosh Church WW1 (WMR 90229)
Location:
Gartcosh, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Murphy, William
Memorial:
South Wigston And Glen Parva (WMR 37743)
Location:
South Wigston, Leicestershire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Adelphi Lads Club - Books Of Remembrance (lost) (WMR 54097)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Richard Haworth And Co Ltd WW1 Plaque (WMR 18476)
Location:
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
St Jeromes Memorial Organ (WMR 16026)
Location:
Beswick, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
2nd Nottingham Company Boys Brigade (Dakeyne Street Lads' Club.) - WW1 (LOST) (WMR 67994)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Mersey Docks And Harbour Board (WMR 15440)
Location:
Kensington, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
St Bedes Memorial Chapel - WW1 & WW2 (WMR 24821)
Location:
Whalley Range, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Flore Congregational Sunday School (WMR 37353)
Location:
Flore, Northamptonshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
St Johns Parishioners (WMR 27996)
Location:
Park, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Cleadon - Stone Of Remembrance (WMR 17863)
Location:
Cleadon, Tyne And Wear
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Saint Silas Church (WMR 27941)
Location:
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Flore - Window, WW1 (WMR 37349)
Location:
Flore, Northamptonshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Pontygwaith WW1 Triptych (WMR 38210)
Location:
Tylorstown, Mid Glamorgan
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Ancient Order Of Oddfellows (WMR 6674)
Location:
Cardiff, South Glamorgan
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Ancient Order Of Oddfellows (WMR 6674)
Location:
Cardiff, South Glamorgan
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Men and Women of Flore (WMR 37351)
Location:
Flore, Northamptonshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
St Paul's Goose Green WW1 (WMR 45320)
Location:
Goose Green, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Crawford's Biscuits Liverpool (WMR 1964)
Location:
Liverpool, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Crofton (WMR 29130)
Location:
Crofton, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
St Paul's Goose Green WW1 And WW2 (WMR 45319)
Location:
Goose Green, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Enniskillen (WMR 6102)
Location:
Enniskillen, Fermanagh
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
2nd Nottingham Company Boys Brigade - WW1 (WMR 69319)
Location:
Sneinton, Nottinghamshire
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Our Lady Of Reconciliation Church (WMR 15253)
Location:
Liverpool, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Murphy, W
Memorial:
Ferniegair (WMR 6005)
Location:
Ferniegair, Strathclyde
Record identifier:
Honours and Awards (Recommendation) (R1561483)
Name recorded:
Lieutenant Murphy, Arthur William
Unit:
No. 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps
Record identifier:
Australian Red Cross Wounded and Missing Files (R1494285)
Name recorded:
Private Murphy, William Arthur 5133
Unit:
13th Australian Infantry Battalion
Record identifier:
People (P10164807)
Name recorded:
Lieutenant Arthur William Murphy
Unit:
No. 1 Squadron, Australian Flying Corps
Date of recommendation honour or award:
19 September 2020
Record identifier:
People (P10097625)
Name recorded:
Private William Arthur Murphy 5133
Unit:
13th Australian Infantry Battalion
Record identifier:
People (P10462501)
Name recorded:
Private John William Murphy 6464
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
11 November 1916
Record identifier:
People (P10363496)
Name recorded:
Gunner John Oscar William Murphy 11101
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
15 January 1916
Record identifier:
First World War Embarkation Roll (R1781602)
Name recorded:
Gunner Murphy, James William 20978
Unit:
Record identifier:
People (P10384877)
Name recorded:
Gunner James William Murphy 20978
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
11 May 1916
Record identifier:
First World War Embarkation Roll (R1767910)
Name recorded:
Private Murphy, William Frank 5391
Unit:
Record identifier:
People (P10338037)
Name recorded:
Private William Charles Murphy 2669
Unit:
Date of embarkation:
19 September 1916
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Name:
Captain Murphy
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
1 Sep 1916
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 5 Cavalry Field Ambulance (page 131)
Name:
Lance Sergeant Murphy
Context:
Died
Date:
2 Sep 1916
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 6 Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Pioneers) (page 29)
Name:
Captain M Murphy
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
24 Aug 1916
Diary:
3 CAVALRY DIVISION: 7 Cavalry Field Ambulance (page 589)