Private Richard Hayward Taylor

Newfoundland Regiment

Died: Saturday 14 April 1917 (aged 23)

Connected records

Record:
TAYLOR, RICHARD HAYWARD
Additional information:
Son of Eugene F. and Mary Taylor, of 5, Maxse St., St. John's. His brothers George Hayward Taylor and Eugene Fred Taylor also died on service.
Cemetery:
BEAUMONT-HAMEL (NEWFOUNDLAND) MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
France

Possible matches

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Name recorded:
Taylor, Richard H
Memorial:
Bethlehem Unitarian Church (Lost) (WMR 51494)
Location:
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Name recorded:
Taylor, Richard H
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Bethlehem Unitarian Church and Sunday School (WMR 86880)
Location:
Waterfoot, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Taylor, R H
Memorial:
Kirkbymoorside Roll Of Honour (WMR 30624)
Location:
Kirkbymoorside, North Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Taylor, R H
Memorial:
Drumcree (WW1) (WMR 6521)
Location:
Portadown, Armagh
Name recorded:
Taylor, R H
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Bacup Board WW1 (WMR 13224)
Location:
Bacup, Lancashire
Name recorded:
Taylor, R H
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Bridgnorth (WMR 13836)
Location:
Bridgnorth, Shropshire
Name recorded:
Taylor, R H
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Tadcaster (WMR 30950)
Location:
Tadcaster, North Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Taylor, R H
Memorial:
Bathgate (WMR 5642)
Location:
Bathgate, Lothian