Private John Brown

Gordon Highlanders

Died: Wednesday 11 April 1917 (aged 23)

Connected records

Record:
BROWN, JOHN
Additional information:
Son of Agnes Brown, of 56, Vermel, Greenock, and the late Alexander Brown.
Cemetery:
ARRAS MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Bay 8 and 9.
Country:
United Kingdom

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Name:
Sergeant J Brown
Context:
award
Date:
15 Apr 1917
Diary:
3 CAVALRY DIVISION: Essex Yeomanry (page 126)
Name:
Sergeant J Brown
Context:
award
Date:
15 Apr 1917
Diary:
3 CAVALRY DIVISION: Essex Yeomanry (page 126)
Name:
Captain J G Brown
Context:
other
Date:
9 Apr 1917
Diary:
4 DIVISION: 1 Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers (page 431)
Name:
Second Lieutenant E L Brown
Context:
departed_sick
Date:
15 Apr 1917
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 2 Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment (page 160)
Name:
Captain T A Brown
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
15 Apr 1917
Diary:
6 DIVISION: 16 Infantry Brigade: 1 Battalion Buffs (East Kent Regiment). (page 247)
Name:
W H Brown
Context:
promotion
Date:
15 Apr 1917
Diary:
4 DIVISION: 11 Field Ambulance (page 263)