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

BARNES Gnr. A. 141109. “D” Bty. 150th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 14th Nov. 1917. II. G. 18. BARNES Gnr. J. F. 141356. 156th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 30th Nov. 1917. VI. AA. 6. BARR Spr. J. 79470. 254th Tunnelling Coy. Royal Engineers. 21st June 1917. II. E. 1. BARRASS Gnr. Frank 219600. “B” Bty. 156th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 25th April 1918. Age 21. Son of Wilfred and Frances Barrass of Fenwick Doncaster. X. C. 2. BARRETT Gnr. C.H. 95690. 211th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Died ist Aug., 1917 of wounds received the previous day. Age 32. Son of William and Helen Barrett of Birmingham husband of Jessie Frances Barrett, of 14 Ashmore Rd. Kings Norton Birmingham. III. B. 4. BARRETT Spr. Joe Harry 210760.“ L ”Signals Bn. Royal Engineers. Died of wounds 22nd April 1918. Age 25. Son of Harry and Sarah Hannah Barrett of 5 Queens Court, Orange St. Halifax. .B.X 37. BARRETT Ptc. T .9714. 7th Bn. British West Indies Regt. 9th July 1917. I.F. 18. BARRETT Ptc. William John 14589. 9th Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 13th Aug. 1917. Age 28. Son of John and Elizabeth Barrett of Aghindarragh Fivcmiletown Co. Tyrone. IV. E. 10. BARROW Ptc. G. 240455. 6th Bn. Oxf. and Bucks Inf.Light 31st Aug. 1917. Brother of James E. Barrow of 62 Kcnnington Oval London. V.A. 14. BARRS Pte. G.E. 23915. 15th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 24th Oct. 1917. V I.D. 48. BARTHOLOMEW Serjt. E. L/167. 64th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 4th Aug., 1917. Age 31. Son of Alfred Bartholomew of Accrington husband of Rcbccca Bartholomew, of 7 St.Ranger Accrington. III. E. 40. BARW ICK Pte. C.G. G/46305. 24th Labour Coy. The Queens transf. to (78652) 132nd Coy. Labour Corps. 22nd Dec. 1917. VI. BB. 29. BASFORD Dvr. J. 217103. 48th Div. Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery. 16th Sept. 1917/ VII. C. 19. BASKOTT 2nd Lt. James Edward. M.M. 193rd Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 11th Dec., 1917. Age 27. Son of Walter Fred and Elizabeth Baskott of East Haddon Northants. Native of Rugby. 111. BB. 37. BATCHELO R Gnr. John 78233. 156th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Died o f wounds (gas) 26th Dcc. 1917. Age 35. Husband of C.E. Batchelor of 68 Gossoms End Bcrk- hamstcd. VI. BB. 42. BATE Lee. Cpl. Fred 201169.“ C ”Coy. ist^th Bn. Manchester Rcgt. Died of wounds 10th Sept. 1917. Age 24. Son of Charles and Jane Bate of 20 Scfton St. Leigh Lancs. VII. F. 33. BATES Lt. MA.C. .C. 6th Bn. Northampton­ shire Regt. 20th Oct. 1917. Age 23. Son of Mr. H. Bates of n Bennetts End Rd. Hemel Hemp­ stead. VII. D. 48 BATES Pte. J. 17/55071. 17th Reserve Bn. Cheshire Rcgt. transf. to (38418) 65th Coy. Labour Corps. 20th June 1917. II. D. 63. BATTEN Serjt. James Robert 31005. 16th Bn. Sherwood Foresters. 5th Jan. 1918. Age 19. Son of Dorothy Pratley of 56 Ellington St., Bamsbury London. IX .B. 19. BEACH Cpl. Mark A. 129987. Can. Army Medical Corps. Died of wounds (gas) 2nd Nov., 1917. Age 44. Husband of Nellie C. Beach of 4402 Walden St. Vancouver British Columbia. III. AA. 2. BEAG RIE Pte. J. 240324.“ D ”Coy. ist/5th Bn. Gordon Highlanders. Died of wounds 14th Aug. 1917. Age 28. Son of Peter and Georgina Milne Beagric of Peterhead husband of Amelia Beagrie of 69 Broad St. Peterhead. IV. E. 15. BEALE Pte. J.R. 20001. 6th Bn. Dorsetshire Rcgt. 10th Oct. 1917. VII. C. 44 BEARD Pte. Frederick 10518. 7th Bn. Duke of Cornwalls Inf.Light Died of wounds 16th Aug., 1917. Age 25. Son of Albert Henry and Mary Beard of Ladock Gram pound Rd. Cornwall. III. F. 12. BEARD Ptc. Joseph 50359. 9th Bn. Cheshire Regt. Died 17th April 1918 of wounds received 10th April. Age 25. Son of J. and Alice Beard, of 1 1 Joseph St. Dane Bank Denton Manchester. .A.X 12.11 INDEX No.B .18 MENDINGHEM MIL. CEM. BELGIUM PART A-LI.
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