Corporal William Crozier

Royal Irish Fusiliers

Died: Wednesday 24 July 1918 (aged 24)

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Record:
CROZIER, WILLIAM
Additional information:
Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Crozier, of Drumard Downs, Armagh.
Cemetery:
BERTENACRE MILITARY CEMETERY, FLETRE
Cemetery/memorial reference:
I. B. 5.
Country:
France

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Brigadier General William Crozier

Brigadier General William Crozier. Unit: Army of the United States of America. Death: 11 November 1942.
Head and shoulders portrait

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THE US ARMY IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Members of the New Army Board of America. Left to right - Charles Day, a civilian member of the Board; Major-General William Crozier; Major-General Erasmus Morgan Weaver; General Tasker Bliss; Newton Baker, Secretary of War; Benedict Crowell, the Assistant Secretary of War.

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Name recorded:
Crozier, William
Memorial:
St John's Episcopal Church WW1 (WMR 78856)
Location:
Jedburgh, Borders
Name recorded:
Crozier, William
Memorial:
St Marks Parishioners - WW1 Fallen (WMR 6558)
Location:
Armagh, Armagh
Name recorded:
Crozier, William
Memorial:
Hawick Old Parish Church - WW1 (WMR 44288)
Location:
Hawick, Borders
Name recorded:
Crozier, William
Memorial:
Omagh Post Office (WMR 6128)
Location:
Omagh, Tyrone
Name recorded:
Crozier, W
Memorial:
Masonic Memorial (WMR 6075)
Location:
Newry, Down
Name recorded:
Crozier, W
Memorial:
Corbridge WW1 Church Plaque (WMR 33892)
Location:
Corbridge, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Crozier, W
Memorial:
St Andrews Memorial Gate - WW1 (WMR 33900)
Location:
Corbridge, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Crozier, W
Memorial:
Corbridge, Dilston, Halton and Whittington (WMR 33840)
Location:
Corbridge, Northumberland