Fireman and Trimmer Patrick White

Mercantile Marine

Died: Saturday 9 June 1917 (aged 30)

Connected records

Record:
WHITE, PATRICK
Additional information:
(Served as LYONS). Son of Edward and Hannah White; husband of Margaret White (nee Foley), of 150, Evergreen Rd., Cork. Born at Cork.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

Possible matches

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Name recorded:
White, Patrick
Memorial:
Onchan Ancient Order of Foresters (WMR 67530)
Location:
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Name recorded:
White, P
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Independent Order Of Rechabites (WMR 1455)
Location:
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Name recorded:
White, P
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St Johns Church Board WW1 (WMR 23453)
Location:
Wotton, Surrey
Name recorded:
White, P
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St Aidans Chapel WW1 (WMR 2753)
Location:
Lightcliffe, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
White, P
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St Francis Xaviers College WW1 (WMR 15794)
Location:
Woolton, Merseyside
Name recorded:
White, P
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Barclays Bank Limited - WW1 (lost) (WMR 58516)
Location:
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Name recorded:
White, P
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Holy Trinity Church - WW1 (WMR 24279)
Location:
Bradford On Avon, Wiltshire
Name recorded:
White, P
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Manchester Corporation Tramways Car Works Paint Shop (WMR 25084)
Location:
Cheetham Hill, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
White, P
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Choppington And District (WMR 33843)
Location:
Choppington, Northumberland
Name recorded:
White, P
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Men of Bradford On Avon - WW1 (WMR 24269)
Location:
Bradford On Avon, Wiltshire
Name recorded:
White, P
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Laleham Served WW1 (WMR 41677)
Location:
Laleham, Surrey
Name recorded:
White, P
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Germansweek (WMR 45875)
Location:
Germansweek, Devon
Name recorded:
White, P
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Liverpool Cotton Association (WMR 2339)
Location:
Liverpool, Merseyside
Name recorded:
White, P
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St Pauls Church (WMR 33838)
Location:
Choppington, Northumberland
Name recorded:
White, P
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St Marys Church WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 16233)
Location:
Eastling, Kent
Name recorded:
White, P
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Hadleigh Congregational Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 45823)
Location:
Hadleigh, Essex
Name recorded:
White, P
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St Mary The Virgin Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 12071)
Location:
East Bedfont, Greater London
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
Normanton Plaques (WMR 29167)
Location:
Normanton, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
White, P
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St Stephens Parish - Tablet (WMR 28350)
Location:
Park Street, Hertfordshire
Name recorded:
White, P
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Lancashire And Yorkshire Railway (WMR 13093)
Location:
Manchester, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
Avon Rubber Company Factory - WW1 & WW2 (WMR 24281)
Location:
Bradford On Avon, Wiltshire
Name recorded:
White, P
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Our Lady Of Reconciliation Church (WMR 15253)
Location:
Liverpool, Merseyside
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
Hadleigh Parish WW1 (WMR 22144)
Location:
Hadleigh, Essex
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
Macclesfield Park Green (WMR 2085)
Location:
Macclesfield, Cheshire
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
Clay Cross (WMR 682)
Location:
Clay Cross, Derbyshire
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
Worthing (WMR 147)
Location:
Worthing, West Sussex
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
Ferniegair (WMR 6005)
Location:
Ferniegair, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
White, P
Memorial:
London and South Western Railway Arch (WMR 12182)
Location:
Waterloo, Greater London

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Name:
Second Lieutenant White
Context:
other
Date:
14 Jun 1917
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Gordon Highlanders (page 333)