Assistant Cook John Henry Stewart

Mercantile Marine

Died: Thursday 14 February 1918 (aged 15)

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Record:
STEWART, JOHN HENRY
Additional information:
Son of Mary Ann Stewart (nee Hurlow), of 15A, Corporation Rd., Grange, Cardiff, and the late James Hutton Stewart. Born at Cardiff.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Stewart, John H
Memorial:
Pollokshields United Free Church WW1 (WMR 86410)
Location:
Nitshill, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Stewart, J H
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St. Mary's Church - WW1 (WMR 27918)
Location:
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Stewart, J H
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Victoria College (WMR 10069)
Location:
St Helier, Channel Islands
Name recorded:
Stewart, J H
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St Saviour Parish Hall (WMR 10141)
Location:
St Saviour, Channel Islands
Name recorded:
Stewart, J H
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Independent Order of Oddfellows Travellers Friend Lodge (LOST) (WMR 47377)
Location:
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Name recorded:
Stewart, J H
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Elgin City and Parish (WMR 6009)
Location:
Elgin, Grampian
Name recorded:
Stewart, J H
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Midland Railway Locomotive Works No 9 Shop (WMR 19064)
Location:
Litchurch, Derbyshire
Name recorded:
Stewart, J H
Memorial:
Old Boys Of Amble Church of England School WW1 (WMR 33532)
Location:
Amble, Northumberland

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Name:
Major S G Stewart
Context:
award
Date:
15 Feb 1918
Diary:
1 DIVISION: Divisional Troops: 39 Brigade Royal Field Artillery. (page 289)