Serjeant James William Hearn

Royal Berkshire Regiment

Died: Friday 17 May 1918 (aged 29)

Connected records

Record:
HEARN, JAMES WILLIAM
Additional information:
Son of James and Jessie Amelia Hearn, of 34, Quadrant St., Canning Town, London.
Cemetery:
BAC-DU-SUD BRITISH CEMETERY, BAILLEULVAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
II. D. 10.
Country:
France

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Name recorded:
Hearn, J W
Memorial:
Gas Light And Coke Company WW1 (WMR 47757)
Location:
Brentford, Greater London
Name recorded:
Hearn, J W
Memorial:
Gas Light And Coke Company - WW1 And WW2 Plaques (WMR 18073)
Location:
Loughborough, Leicestershire
Name recorded:
Hearn, J W
Memorial:
Gas Light And Coke Company (WMR 12644)
Location:
Bromley By Bow, Greater London
Name recorded:
Hearn, J W
Memorial:
Rainham - Clocktower (WMR 12004)
Location:
Rainham, Greater London

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Name:
Sergeant Hearn
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
17 May 1918
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 1 Battalion Berkshire Regiment (page 245)