Memorial Register, Belgium 18, 1914-1918, Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Proven, Belgium, Part I

INDEX No.B. 18 MENDINGHEM MIL. GEM. BELGIUM PART A-LI. BAILEY Spr. F. 554373. 509th Field Coy. Royal Engineers. 20th May 1918. X. D. 25. BAILEY Lee. Cpl. H. G/2491. 8th Bn. Royal Sussex Rcgt. 23rd Oct. 1917. Age 20. Son ofT .R.and Mary Bailey of 38 Leswin Rd. Stoke Newington London. VI. D. 50. BAILEY 2nd Lt. J. B. 1st Bn. East Yorkshire Rcgt. attd. 7th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps. 20th Sept. 1917. VII. D. 4. BAKER Pte. A. 38298. 7th Bn. East Yorkshire Regt. 25th Oct. 1917. VII. F. 44. BAKER Pte. A. M2'266266. 884th Coy. Royal Army Service Corps attd. XIX Corps Heavy Artillery. 19th Sept. 1917. VII. E. 17. BAKER Ptc. Edward St. John 21754. 2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers. Died of wounds 20th Aug. 1917. Age 24. Son of A.G. and Florence Baker of 10 Stoncville St. Cheltenham. IV. F. x3 .BAKER Cpl. H. S4 '158336. 55th Div. Train Royal Army Scrvice Corps. Killed in enemy air raid 5th Feb. 1917. Age 25. Son of FredA. and Eliza Baker of 84 Marsh House Lane, Warrington Lancs. C.I. 22. BALDWIN Spr. Horace Benjamin 500201. 61st Div. Signal Coy. Royal Engineers. 21st Aug. 1917. Age 20. Son of Benjamin and Alice Baldwin of 5 Railway Terrace Newbury, Berks. IV. F .28. BALDWIN Ptc. .G.T 24595. nth Bn. South Wales Borderers. Killed inaction 6th Aug. 1917. Age 30. Son of John and Elizabeth Baldwin husband of Margaret Baldwin of 12 Spring Gardens Bradshaw St. Leyland Preston. IV.A. 28. BALL Lt. Alee Radford. 3rd attd. 5th Bn. Dorsetshire Regt. Died of wounds 17th Aug., 1917. Age 20. Son of Charles Alexander Ball, of 51 Grove Hill Rd. Redhill Surrey and the late Alary Rachel Ball. III. F. 19. BALL Pie. A. 267020. 17th Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. 26th Aug. 1917. IV. C. 12. BALL Rfn. W. H. 27695. ist^th Bn. West Yorkshire Rcgt. 20th April 1918. B.X. 27. BALM E Lt. Edward Nettleton .C.M 3rd attd. 11 tli Bn. Essex Regt. Died of wounds 22nd April 1918. Age 32. Son of Eliza Balme, of Chislehurst Kent and the late Nettleton Balme. B.X. 35. BAND 2nd Lt. R.F. G. 7th Sqdn. Royal Air Force. 18th Sept. 1918. Son of Fred and Christina Band of 204 Station Rd. March, Cambs. X.E. 16. BANE Ptc. Henry John 25412. ist Bn. Somerset Inf.Light 8th Oct. 1917. Age 18. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bane of Flax Bourton Bristol. VII. E. 40. BANGS Pic. John 47645. 14th Bn. Welch Regt. Died of wounds 27th May 1917. Age 39. Son of John and Charlotte Bangs of Whcat- hampstead Herts husband of Emma Bangs of Park Rd. Avenue Stopsley Luton. II. C. 24. BANKS Gnr. J. 122593. 281st Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 17th Aug. 1917. III. F. 21. BANNER Pte. B. 191271. 242nd Coy. Labour Corps. 4th Oct. 1917. Age 20. Son of John and Mary Jane Banner of 1 1 Santridge Rd., Bromsgrovc Worcs. VII. B. 25. BANNER Rfn. Walter William 551229. i6ih Bn. Queens Westminsters. Died of wounds 15th Aug. 1917. Age 23. Son of Walter Henry and Fanny Banner of 65 Widmore Rd. Bromley, Kent. IV. E. 18. BANYARD Cpl. H. 20016. 43rd Coy. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 24th Aug. 1917. V.B. 24. BARBER Scrjt. Robert Crosfield 75534. 133rd Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of wounds 13th Dec. 1916. Age 27. Son of Robert and Lillian Williams Barber of“ Rosthernc,” St. Philips Rd. Leicester. B.I. 1. BARLOW Ptc. Oswald 306530. ist6th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. Died of wounds 7th Sept. 1917. Age 21. Son of Samuel and Charlotte Pauline Barlow of Manchester. VII. F. 24. BARNARD Lt. Robert Cyril. 58th Div. Train H.Q. Royal Army Service Corps. Killed in enemy air raid 5th Sept. 1917. Age 25. Son of Sidney Charles and Ellen Elizabeth Barnard ”of“ Braeside Newport Essex. III. D. 18. BARNE Maj. Miles D.S.O. ist Suffolk Yeo­manry' attd. Scots Guards. 17th Sept. 1917. Age 43. Son of Lt. Col. St. John Bame and Lady Constance Barne of Sottcrley Hall Wangford husband of Violet E. Bame of Sotterley Hall, Wangford Suffolk. D.IV. 36.10
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