Lieutenant James George Coe

Seaforth Highlanders

Died: Tuesday 1 October 1918 (aged 27)

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Record:
COE, JAMES GEORGE
Additional information:
Son of Isaac Joseph and Elizabeth Ann Coe, of Causeway House, Cliviger, Burnley. Native of Dingwall, Ross-shire.
Cemetery:
DADIZEELE NEW BRITISH CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
VI. F. 25.
Country:
Belgium

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Name recorded:
Coe, James G
Memorial:
Burnley Grammar School (WMR 10653)
Location:
Burnley, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Coe, James G
Memorial:
Lieutenant J G Coe (WMR 79927)
Location:
Dingwall, Highland
Name recorded:
Coe, James G
Memorial:
Dingwall (WMR 13473)
Location:
Dingwall, Highland
Name recorded:
Coe, J G
Memorial:
Bank Of Liverpool And Martins Tablet WW1 (LOST) (WMR 2268)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Coe, J G
Memorial:
Dingwall Academy Former Pupils (WMR 79621)
Location:
Dingwall, Highland

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Name:
Sergeant F J Coe
Context:
other
Date:
1 Oct 1918
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 1 Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment (page 829)