THE REGISTER OF THE GRAVES. PAR ATONE— A.Lto BBISS 2nd Lt. Reginald Donaldson. 3rd attd. 2nd Bn. Kings Own Yorkshire Inf.Light 2nd Dec. 1917. Age 30. Son of Thomas and Susannah of Abbiss 27 Netherhall Rd.,Doncaster. VI. AA. 28. ABBOTT Pte. Hines William 33995. 8th Bn. East Surrey Rcgt. Died of wounds 13th Oct., 1917. Age 25. Son of William Hines of Sax- mundham Suffolk and the late Harriet Hines. VI.E. 21. ABEL Pte. F. 89255. 9th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 26th April 1918. Husband of E. Abel of 9. Roucl Rd Bermondsey London. X. C. 20. ABRAH ALL Serjt. John 370657. Post Office Rifles. Died of wounds 9th June 1917. Age 42. Husband of Annette Emily Abrahall of 100 Junction Rd. Upper Holloway London. IT. D.r. ABRAHAM S Pte. Isidor 43250. 10th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. 9th June 1917. Age 21. Son of Lewis and Esther Abrahams. Born at Newcastle-on-Tync. II. D. 12. ADAMS Pte. Alfred Stephen 89200. 2nd Bn. Middlesex Rcgt. Died of wounds 6th Jan. 1918. Age 31. Son of the late Alfred and Charlotte Adams of Bexhill-on-Sea husband of Sophia Grace Adams of 116 Green St. Old Town, Eastbourne. IX .B. 18. ADAMS Pte. C. 16421. 2nd Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 21st June 1918. X. D. 2. ADAMS Pte. F. M2 054583. 6th Div. Mechanical Transport Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 14th April 1918. Age 22. Son of Ed. and A. Adams of 83 Loughboro Rd. West Bridgeford, Nottingham. VI. B. 49. ADAMS Pte. H. 14417. '4th 2nd Bn. Leicester shire Regt. 30th Sept. 1917. VI.C. 25. ADAMS Pte. R. 15134. 16th Bn. Highland Inf.Light 22nd Jan. 1918. Age 42. Son of Samuel and Margaret Paterson Adams. Born at Glasgow IX .C. 37. ADAMS Pie. Thomas George '27565. y nth Bn. South Wales Borderers. 4th June 1917. Age 26. Son of Mary Adams of Pembroke Dock and the late Henry Adams husband of Sarah Adams of 79 High St. Tumble Llanelly. I.D. 3. ADAMSON Pte. William Peter Millar 720498.“ A ”Coy. 24th Bn. London Rcgt. Died of wounds 19th April 19x8. Age 22. Son of William and Agnes Adamson of 28 Mansion St. Camber well London. Three times previously wounded. A.X. 56. ADSHEAD Pte. H. 60256.1 13th Coy. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 12th June 1917. Age 33. Husband of Annie Ethel Adshead of 34 Denton St. Portwood Stockport. I. E. 21. AGNEW Pte. James 30769. 12th B11. Royal Scots. Died of wounds 14th Oct. 1917. Age 31. Youngest son of the late James and Annie Agnew, of Clydebank Glasgow. VI.E. 25. A GUTTER Gnr. Tom Edward 114357. “C” Bty. 1 80th Bdc. Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds (gas) 25th July 1917. Age 22. Son of Frank Herbert and Annie Agutter of 3 1 Wimbledon St. Northampton. II. F. 40. AINSW ORTH Pte. Edward 203482. 7th Bn. The Buffs. Died of wounds 30th Sept. 1917. Age 19. Son of Richard Ainsworth of 23, Northumberland Buildings Gelling St. Liverpool. VI.C. 27. AIREY Pte. David Henry 42291. 2nd Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 2nd Dec. 1917. Age 23. Son of Frank and Ada Airey of Oldham husband of Gertrude Cowpcr Airey of 139, Shaw St. Oldham. VI. AA. 29. ALCOTT Pte. George 38204. 16th Bn. Welch Regt. 24th June 1917. Age 24. Son of Charles and Mary A. Alcott of Gattertop Lodge Leo minster. II. E. 12. ALDER Pte. C.H. 21524. 7th/8th Bn. King’s Own Scottish Borderers. Died of wounds 20th June 1917. Age 20. Son of Alfred and Louisa Alder of 45 Paddington St. Lozells Birmingham. II. D. 59. INDEX No.B .18 MENDINGHEM MIL. CEM. BELGIUM PARTI.A-L 7
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