Stoker 1st Class William Jamieson

Royal Navy, HMS Hampshire

Died: Monday 5 June 1916 (aged 26)

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Record:
JAMIESON, WILLIAM
Additional information:
Son of William Jamieson, of 258, Perth Rd., Cowdenbeath, Fife.
Cemetery:
PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
18.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Wigtown Cenotaph (WMR 13440)
Location:
Wigtown, Dumfries And Galloway
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Kilmarnock (WMR 5962)
Location:
Kilmarnock, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
St Ninians Parishioners (WMR 5797)
Location:
Stirling, Central
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Cambuslang Old Parish Church WW1 (WMR 86647)
Location:
Kirkhill, Cambuslang, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Glasgow and South Western Railway (WMR 13354)
Location:
Ayr, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Cowdenbeath (WMR 8512)
Location:
Cowdenbeath, Fife
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Crail Royal British Legion - WW1 (WMR 5752)
Location:
Crail, Fife
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Camelon Parish Church WW1 (WMR 86224)
Location:
Camelon, Central
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Keith (WMR 8660)
Location:
Keith, Grampian
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Parish of Kilfinan (WMR 82220)
Location:
Kames, about 1 mile south of Tighnabruaich, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Broughton Place Church WW1 (WMR 88886)
Location:
Edinburgh, Lothian
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Forth Royal Garrison Artillery - WW1 (WMR 8763)
Location:
Edinburgh, Lothian
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Tranent Parish Church (WMR 53663)
Location:
Tranent, Lothian
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Tranent Public School (WMR 89163)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Cambuslang (WMR 57338)
Location:
Cambuslang, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Rothes (WMR 8724)
Location:
Rothes, Grampian
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Crail (WMR 5758)
Location:
Crail, Fife
Name recorded:
Jamieson, William
Memorial:
Newmill (WMR 8666)
Location:
Newmill, Grampian
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
Glasgow Post Office (WMR 61949)
Location:
Glasgow, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
Nairn - WW1 (WMR 5895)
Location:
Nairn, Highland
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
St Johns Church - Board WW1 And WW2 (WMR 33962)
Location:
Bedlington Station, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
St Johns Church - Board WW1 And WW2 (WMR 33962)
Location:
Bedlington Station, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
Oldmeldrum (WMR 8618)
Location:
Oldmeldrum, Grampian
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
David Lewis Club Members Roll Of Honour WW1 (WMR 15826)
Location:
Liverpool, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
Co-operative Society - WW1 And WW2 (WMR 48352)
Location:
Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear
Name recorded:
Jamieson, W
Memorial:
Killecrankie School WW1 Roll of Honour (LOST) (WMR 76467)
Location:
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Name:
Private T Jamieson
Context:
Date:
10 Jun 1916
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 100 Field Ambulance (page 80)
Name:
Private T Jamieson
Context:
returned_hospital
Date:
10 Jun 1916
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 100 Field Ambulance (page 80)