Private William Brett

ALIAS

Died: Saturday 29 July 1916 (aged 24)

Connected records

Record:
BRETT, WILLIAM
Additional information:
See BETTS, the true family name.
Cemetery:
VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
France

Possible matches

The following sources have potential matches based on the name and other information associated with this record. They may or may not be connected to this person but are provided for your further research

Name recorded:
Brett, William
Memorial:
Earl Stonham - WW1 And WW2 Cross (WMR 4741)
Location:
Earl Stonham, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Brett, William
Memorial:
Radcliffe (WMR 2207)
Location:
Radcliffe, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Brett, William
Memorial:
St Thomas A Becket Church Cross (WMR 16965)
Location:
Brightling, East Sussex
Name recorded:
Brett, William
Memorial:
Roll of Honour - Earl Stonham (WMR 75118)
Location:
Earl Stonham, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Brett, William
Memorial:
St Mary The Virgin Church (WMR 12276)
Location:
Lewisham, Greater London
Name recorded:
Brett, William
Memorial:
Borough Of Colchester Roll Of Honour (WMR 45604)
Location:
Colchester, Essex
Name recorded:
Brett, W
Memorial:
Hunstanton - WW1 Board (WMR 53409)
Location:
Old Hunstanton, Norfolk
Name recorded:
Brett, W
Memorial:
St Mary of Charity Chapel - WW1 (WMR 41180)
Location:
Faversham, Kent
Name recorded:
Brett, W
Memorial:
St Lukes Church Plaque WW1 And WW2 (WMR 42029)
Location:
Ushaw Moor, Durham

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Name:
Private E A Brett
Context:
Wounded
Date:
31 Jul 1916
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 5 Infantry Brigade: 24 Battalion Royal Fusiliers. (page 63)