Private Stanley Abbott

Newfoundland Regiment

Died: Saturday 1 July 1916 (aged 21)

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Record:
ABBOTT, STANLEY
Additional information:
Son of Henry and Emily Abbott, of Battery Rd., St. John's.
Cemetery:
BEAUMONT-HAMEL (NEWFOUNDLAND) MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
France

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The following sources have potential matches based on the name and other information associated with this record. They may or may not be connected to this person but are provided for your further research

Name recorded:
Abbott, Stanley
Memorial:
Harkstead residents (WMR 75204)
Location:
Harkstead, Suffolk
Name recorded:
Abbott, Stanley
Memorial:
Allerton Congregational Church WW1 Roll of Honour (WMR 28706)
Location:
Allerton, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Abbott, S
Memorial:
City Of Lincoln (WMR 20290)
Location:
Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Name recorded:
Abbott, S
Memorial:
4th Battn Somerset Light Infantry - WW1 (WMR 7307)
Location:
Bath, Avon
Name recorded:
Abbott, S
Memorial:
Godmanchester (WMR 229)
Location:
Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Abbott, S
Memorial:
Mistley Church WW1 (WMR 22900)
Location:
Mistley, Essex
Name recorded:
Abbott, S
Memorial:
Borough Of Godmanchester (WMR 230)
Location:
Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire
Name recorded:
Abbott, S
Memorial:
Manningtree Church WW1 (WMR 22891)
Location:
Mistley, Essex
Name recorded:
Abbott, S
Memorial:
St Bartholomew's Church WW1 (WMR 24882)
Location:
Crewkerne, Somerset

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Name:
Private W Abbott
Context:
Wounded
Date:
2 Jul 1916
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 13 Battalion Essex Regiment (page 65)