Private William Inglis

ALIAS

Died: Tuesday 5 September 1916 (aged 30)

Connected records

Record:
INGLIS, WILLIAM
Additional information:
See "ENGLISH" the true family name.
Cemetery:
ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
France

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Private William Inglis

Private William Inglis 2515/12617. Unit: Royal Highlanders (Black Watch), attached to 6th Platoon, Gordon Highlanders. Death: 04 October 1917 Western Front.
Head portrait

Private William Inglis

Private William Inglis 686. Unit: "C" Company, 30th Battalion, 8th Brigade, Australian Imperial Force. Death: 20 July 1916, missing in action, Fromelles, Western Front.
Head portrait press cutting

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Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Caputh (WMR 44757)
Location:
Caputh, Tayside
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Walkerburn (WMR 6046)
Location:
Walkerburn, Borders
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
St. Andrew’s Parish Church (WMR 83359)
Location:
Dalziel, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Caputh Church WW1 (WMR 81906)
Location:
Caputh, Tayside
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Newhaven Victoria School (WMR 47569)
Location:
Newhaven, Lothian
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Burgh of Canongate (WMR 13427)
Location:
Canongate, Lothian
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Innerwick (WMR 89277)
Location:
Innerwick, Lothian
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Insch and District War Memorial Hospital (WMR 57109)
Location:
Insch, Grampian
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Galashiels (WMR 56992)
Location:
Galashiels, Borders
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Motherwell (WMR 57778)
Location:
Motherwell, Strathclyde
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Glenbervie (WMR 8682)
Location:
Glenbervie, Grampian
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Buckhaven, Methil and Innerleven (WMR 8532)
Location:
Methil, Fife
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Kirkton of Culsalmond Parish (WMR 8571)
Location:
Kirkton of Culsalmond, Grampian
Name recorded:
Inglis, William
Memorial:
Alnwick Parish WW1 Book Of Remembrance (WMR 33397)
Location:
Alnwick, Northumberland
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
Shilbottle Colliery 1917 Shrine (LOST) (WMR 73760)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
Stockton Secondary School Board WW1 (WMR 9803)
Location:
Stockton-on-Tees, Cleveland
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
St James Church - Window (lost) (WMR 48238)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
Bewcastle (Roadhead) Roll of Honour (WMR 4261)
Location:
Bewcastle, Cumbria
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
County of Peebles (WMR 6040)
Location:
Peebles, Borders
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
County of Peebles (WMR 6040)
Location:
Peebles, Borders
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
Dalkeith (WMR 5635)
Location:
Dalkeith, Lothian
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
Mid Calder (WMR 53697)
Location:
Mid Calder, Lothian
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
Penicuik (WMR 44693)
Location:
Penicuik, Lothian
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
Canongate WW1 (WMR 88884)
Location:
Edinburgh, Lothian
Name recorded:
Inglis, W
Memorial:
St Mungo's Church (WMR 89208)
Location:
Penicuik, Lothian

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Name:
Second Lieutenant D S Inglis
Context:
departed_sick
Date:
31 Aug 1916
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 76 Infantry Brigade: 1 Battalion Gordon Highlanders. (page 85)