Carpenter Joseph Robert Smith

Mercantile Marine

Died: Friday 7 July 1916 (aged 44)

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Record:
SMITH, JOSEPH ROBERT
Additional information:
Son of the late Joseph and Emma Smith; husband of the late Matilda Smith. Born at Harwich.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
St Albans WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 15450)
Location:
Liscard, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Lorne Street Roll Of Honour (WMR 35358)
Location:
Kingston Upon Hull, Humberside
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Somme Centenary Artwork (WMR 70866)
Location:
Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Castleford and District Medal Winners WW1 (WMR 74134)
Location:
Castleford, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Coventry Post Office (WMR 72516)
Location:
Coventry, West Midlands
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
St Timothys Church - WW1 (WMR 46871)
Location:
Crookes, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Lorne Street Roll Of Honour (WMR 35358)
Location:
Kingston Upon Hull, Humberside
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
St Oswalds Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 27488)
Location:
East Stoke, Nottinghamshire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
St Michael And All Angels Church Cenotaph (WMR 17830)
Location:
Houghton Le Spring, Tyne And Wear
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
St Laurences Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 30622)
Location:
Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Old White Hart Roll of Honour (WMR 25922)
Location:
Oldham, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Stamford Congregational Church - WW1 (WMR 48883)
Location:
Stamford, Lincolnshire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
Southend Mill (WMR 78839)
Location:
Darwen, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
St Francis Church-Reredos and Screen (WMR 51289)
Location:
Feniscliffe, Blackburn, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
South End Mill (WMR 51320)
Location:
Darwen, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
RNR and RNVR Auxiliary Patrol and Minesweepers - Harwich (WMR 22803)
Location:
Upper Dovercourt, Essex
Name recorded:
Smith, J R
Memorial:
St Matthews Church (WMR 12054)
Location:
Yiewsley, Greater London

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Name:
Lieutenant Colonel Smith
Context:
departed_sick
Date:
2 Jul 1916
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Suffolk Regiment (page 29)
Name:
Captain Smith
Context:
other
Date:
3 Jul 1916
Diary:
6 DIVISION: 16 Field Ambulance (page 312)
Name:
Lieutenant Smith
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
4 Jul 1916
Diary:
5 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 27 Brigade Royal Field Artillery. (page 88)
Name:
Farrier Smith
Context:
promotion
Date:
5 Jul 1916
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 5 Cavalry Field Ambulance (page 117)
Name:
Second Lieutenant Smith
Context:
returned_posted
Date:
6 Jul 1916
Diary:
1 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 23 Field Company Royal Engineers. (page 170)
Name:
Lieutenant Smith
Context:
commander
Date:
6 Jul 1916
Diary:
7 DIVISION: Divisional Signal Company (page 105)
Name:
Lieutenant Smith
Context:
other
Date:
9 Jul 1916
Diary:
7 DIVISION: Divisional Signal Company (page 107)
Name:
Captain Smith
Context:
other
Date:
12 Jul 1916
Diary:
1 CAVALRY DIVISION: 8 Light Armoured Battery (page 27)
Name:
Sapper G W Smith
Context:
Date:
2 Jul 1916
Diary:
5 DIVISION: 491 (Home Counties) Field Company Royal Engineers (page 402)
Name:
Second Lieutenant G G Smith
Context:
Wounded
Date:
4 Jul 1916
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) (page 55)