Lance Corporal George Alfred Robinson

Lancashire Fusiliers

Died: Thursday 16 August 1917

Connected records

Record:
ROBINSON, GEORGE ALFRED
Additional information:
Cemetery:
TYNE COT MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Panel 54 to 60.
Country:
Belgium

Possible matches

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Name recorded:
Robinson, George A
Memorial:
Castle Gate Congregational Church And Sunday School (WMR 61846)
Location:
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire
Name recorded:
Robinson, G A
Memorial:
St Peter And St Paul Parishioners - WW1 (WMR 38589)
Location:
Aston, West Midlands
Name recorded:
Robinson, G A
Memorial:
Wimbledon Baptist Church - WW1 (LOST) (WMR 12370)
Location:
,
Name recorded:
Robinson, G A
Memorial:
Littlehampton (WMR 16609)
Location:
Littlehampton, West Sussex

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Name:
Sergeant Robinson
Context:
Killed in action
Date:
18 Aug 1917
Diary:
4 DIVISION: 21 Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (PIONEERS) (page 58)
Name:
Second Lieutenant C Robinson
Context:
departed_leave
Date:
12 Aug 1917
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 12 Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (page 173)
Name:
Second Lieutenant A Robinson
Context:
returned_training
Date:
15 Aug 1917
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 8 Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment (page 137)
Name:
Second Lieutenant C T E Robinson
Context:
returned_leave
Date:
21 Aug 1917
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: `D' Battery Royal Horse Artillery (page 254)