Private Edward Collins

Hampshire Regiment

Died: Tuesday 19 March 1918 (aged 18)

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Record:
COLLINS, EDWARD
Additional information:
Son of Jonas and Charlotte Rhoda Collins.
Cemetery:
MAPLEDURHAM (ST. MARGARET) CHURCHYARD
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
Memorial:
St Mary's Church, Birch in Hopwood (WMR 75193)
Location:
Birch in Hopwood, Heywood, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
Memorial:
St Josephs School (WMR 614)
Location:
Upper Norwood, Greater London
Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
Memorial:
Mapledurham Parish - Tablet, WW1 (WMR 31561)
Location:
Mapledurham, Oxfordshire
Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
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Middleton (WMR 13080)
Location:
Middleton, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
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St. Leonard's Church - WW1 Names Tablet (WMR 55742)
Location:
Middleton, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
Memorial:
Kettering - WW1 Tablets (WMR 14856)
Location:
Kettering, Northamptonshire
Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
Memorial:
St Johns Roll of Honour - WW1 (WMR 22652)
Location:
Southend On Sea, Essex
Name recorded:
Collins, Edward
Memorial:
Pendeen - WW1 Roll Of Honour (WMR 33598)
Location:
Pendeen, Cornwall
Name recorded:
Collins, E
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Adelphi Lads Club - Books Of Remembrance (lost) (WMR 54097)
Location:
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Name recorded:
Collins, E
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Hanwell And Acton Bus Garage Board (WMR 11857)
Location:
Greenford, Greater London
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Minehead Roll Of Honour (st Andrews) (WMR 24647)
Location:
Minehead, Somerset
Name recorded:
Collins, E
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St Saviours Church - WW1 (lost) (WMR 39143)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Nelson Lines London And Liverpool (WMR 15318)
Location:
Liverpool, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Minehead Roll Of Honour (st Nicholas) (WMR 24649)
Location:
Minehead, Somerset
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Sacred Heart Church Tablet WW1 (WMR 23825)
Location:
Caterham, Surrey
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
St Michaels Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 7769)
Location:
Sandhurst, Berkshire
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Men Of Selby - WW1 (WMR 30924)
Location:
Selby, North Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Collins, E
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Men Of Brentford (WMR 12069)
Location:
Brentford, Greater London
Name recorded:
Collins, E
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Chislehurst (WMR 3845)
Location:
Chislehurst, Greater London
Name recorded:
Collins, E
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Tunbridge Wells (WMR 1540)
Location:
Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
St Mary Magdalene -Lych Gate (WMR 34216)
Location:
Prudhoe, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
St Andrews Young Mens Class - WW1 (served) (WMR 28898)
Location:
Horton, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Lavenham (WMR 4448)
Location:
Lavenham, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Oldham Corporation Passenger Transport Department (WMR 25921)
Location:
Oldham, Greater Manchester
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Macclesfield Park Green (WMR 2085)
Location:
Macclesfield, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Collins, E
Memorial:
Minehead (WMR 1425)
Location:
Minehead, Somerset

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Name:
Major Collins
Context:
other
Date:
21 Mar 1918
Diary:
6 DIVISION: 16 Infantry Brigade: 1 Battalion Buffs (East Kent Regiment). (page 531)