Able Seaman Robert Winchester Brown

Mercantile Marine

Died: Friday 6 April 1917 (aged 19)

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Record:
BROWN, ROBERT WINCHESTER
Additional information:
Son of Henry David and Hannah Whitfield Brown (nee Patterson), of 2, Challoner Terrace West, South Shields. Born at Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
Memorial:
Temple Street Boys (WMR 3691)
Location:
Newport, Gwent
Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
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Christ Church Roll Of Honour (WMR 18026)
Location:
Fulham, Greater London
Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
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Cumnock (WMR 77337)
Location:
Cumnock, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
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West of Scotland Agricultural College (WMR 80435)
Location:
Ayr, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
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Crieff (WMR 8545)
Location:
Crieff, Tayside
Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
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Dunfermline - WW1 (WMR 8521)
Location:
Dunfermline, Fife
Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
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St Barnabas' Church - WW1 (WMR 41303)
Location:
Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Name recorded:
Brown, Robert W
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Alnwick Parish WW1 Book Of Remembrance (WMR 33397)
Location:
Alnwick, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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Po F Wilks Rn (WMR 41636)
Location:
Englefield Green, Surrey
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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Holy Trinity Church - WW1 (WMR 41223)
Location:
Sittingbourne, Kent
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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1st Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment (WMR 3632)
Location:
Newport, Gwent
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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St James Church Tablet WW1 And WW2 (WMR 39136)
Location:
Clerkenwell, Greater London
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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South Molton (WMR 25686)
Location:
South Molton, Devon
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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Carnoustie (WMR 2035)
Location:
Carnoustie, Tayside
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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Men Of North Carlton (WMR 48902)
Location:
North Carlton CP, Lincolnshire
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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The Lee (WMR 8140)
Location:
The Lee, Buckinghamshire
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
Tunbridge Wells (WMR 1540)
Location:
Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
Crieff Parish Church WW1 (WMR 82208)
Location:
Crieff, Tayside
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
Crieff Parish Church and United Free Church Overall Roll of Honour (WMR 82086)
Location:
Crieff, Tayside
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
Bombardier R W and Lance Corporal A G Brown (WMR 74469)
Location:
Fulham, Greater London
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
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Harrow On The Hill (WMR 11092)
Location:
Harrow On The Hill, Greater London
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
St Marys Church - WW1 (WMR 11160)
Location:
Harrow On The Hill, Greater London
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
Town And District Of Alnwick WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 33428)
Location:
Alnwick, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
Alnwick Parish WW1 Book Of Remembrance (WMR 33397)
Location:
Alnwick, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Brown, R W
Memorial:
Biggleswade (WMR 1874)
Location:
Biggleswade, Bedfordshire

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Name:
Second Lieutenant G W Brown
Context:
joined
Date:
5 Apr 1917
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 1 Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment (page 96)
Name:
Captain J G Brown
Context:
other
Date:
9 Apr 1917
Diary:
4 DIVISION: 1 Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers (page 431)