Trooper Gilbert Stirling Alexander

Imperial Camel Corps (New Zealand)

Died: Saturday 30 March 1918 (aged 21)

Connected records

Record:
ALEXANDER, GILBERT STIRLING
Additional information:
Son of Harriet Elizabeth Alexander, of 446, St. Asaph St., Christchurch, New Zealand, and the late Gilbert Alexander. Native of Timaru.
Cemetery:
JERUSALEM MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Panel 1.
Country:
New Zealand

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Name:
Major Alexander
Context:
author
Date:
31 Mar 1918
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 5 (Royal Irish) Lancers (page 158)
Name:
Lieutenant Alexander
Context:
other
Date:
31 Mar 1918
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 1 Field Squadron Royal Engineers (page 318)
Name:
Major Alexander
Context:
author
Date:
31 Mar 1918
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 5 (Royal Irish) Lancers (page 159)
Name:
Corporal H Alexander
Context:
Missing in action
Date:
26 Mar 1918
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 4 Cavalry Brigade: 3 (King's Own) Hussars. (page 472)
Name:
Corporal H Alexander
Context:
Missing in action
Date:
26 Mar 1918
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 4 Cavalry Brigade: 3 (King's Own) Hussars. (page 472)
Name:
Private W Alexander
Context:
Wounded
Date:
31 Mar 1918
Diary:
6 DIVISION: 16 Infantry Brigade: 1 Battalion Buffs (East Kent Regiment). (page 547)