Corporal Joseph Oakes

ALIAS

Died: Monday 25 September 1916 (aged 28)

Connected records

Record:
OAKES, JOSEPH
Additional information:
See "McVITTIE", the true family name.
Cemetery:
THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
France

Possible matches

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:
Oakes, Joseph
Memorial:
Winsford Wesleyans (WMR 10036)
Location:
Winsford, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Oakes, Joseph
Memorial:
Winsford (WMR 10035)
Location:
Winsford, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Oakes, Joseph
Memorial:
Men Of Winsford (WMR 10043)
Location:
Over (Winsford), Cheshire
Name recorded:
Oakes, J
Memorial:
Grimsby Borough Fire Brigade (WMR 51867)
Location:
Grimsby, Humberside
Name recorded:
Oakes, J
Memorial:
Frodsham (WMR 2164)
Location:
Frodsham, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Oakes, J
Memorial:
St Marys Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 26878)
Location:
Greasley, Nottinghamshire
Name recorded:
Oakes, J
Memorial:
St. Laurence's WW1 & WW2 (WMR 10024)
Location:
Frodsham, Cheshire
Name recorded:
Oakes, J
Memorial:
Meadowbank Methodists- WW1 (WMR 10038)
Location:
Meadowbank, Cheshire

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Name:
Lieutenant Oakes
Context:
departed_sick
Date:
29 Sep 1916
Diary:
7 DIVISION: 14 Brigade Royal Horse Artillery (page 572)