Chief Engineer Alfred Nash

Mercantile Marine

Died: Monday 30 April 1917 (aged 54)

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Record:
NASH, ALFRED
Additional information:
Son of the late George Henry and Mary Nash; husband of Mary Ann Nash (formerly Crallan), nee Tylor), of 7, Carlton St., West Hartlepool. Born at West Hartlepool.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Nash, Alfred
Memorial:
County Borough Of Halifax Books Of Remembrance (WMR 2689)
Location:
Halifax, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Nash, Alfred
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Rayne Roll of Honour WW1 and WW2 (WMR 73814)
Location:
Rayne, Essex
Name recorded:
Nash, Alfred
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Rayne (WMR 22280)
Location:
Rayne, Essex
Name recorded:
Nash, Alfred
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Bangor Cathedral WW1 (WMR 48735)
Location:
Bangor, Gwynedd
Name recorded:
Nash, Alfred
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Copley (WMR 2590)
Location:
Copley, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Copley (WMR 70488)
Location:
Copley, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Borough Polytechnic Institute - WW1 (WMR 12567)
Location:
Borough, Greater London
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Shaftesbury Crusade Roll Of Honour (WMR 7325)
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Name recorded:
Nash, A
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St Stephens Parishioners - WW1 Plaque (WMR 12597)
Location:
Spitalfields, Greater London
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Banstead - WW1 and WW2 (WMR 23645)
Location:
Banstead, Surrey
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Hampton (WMR 54)
Location:
Hampton, Hereford And Worcester
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Ripley Comrades Of The Great War (WMR 23410)
Location:
Ripley, Surrey
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Lyminster Crossbush And Warningcamp WW1 (WMR 40074)
Location:
Lyminster, West Sussex
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Lt P J Carpenter (WMR 48190)
Location:
Chawton, Hampshire
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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City Of Bangor (WMR 6999)
Location:
Bangor, Gwynedd
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Ripley (WMR 23402)
Location:
Ripley, Surrey
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Wheathampstead Congregational Church (WMR 49236)
Location:
Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Blackmore - WW1 Cross (WMR 22069)
Location:
Blackmore, Essex
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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North Benfleet (WMR 87016)
Location:
West Kensington, Greater London
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Stockland Green Methodist Church (WMR 28328)
Location:
Erdington, West Midlands
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Eastcote-board (WMR 2173)
Location:
Eastcote, Greater London
Name recorded:
Nash, A
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Triumph And Gloria Companies Staff (WMR 17400)
Location:
Coventry, West Midlands

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Name:
Second Lieutenant Nash
Context:
Wounded
Date:
2 May 1917
Diary:
6 DIVISION: 2 Brigade Royal Field Artillery (page 602)