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

ANTHONY Capt. John Richard. 6th Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers and No. i Sqdn. Royal Flying Corps. Died of wounds 25th May 1917. Son of the late Win. Anthony of The Lodge, Pwllheli. X I.A. 6. ANTHONY Lee. Cpl. William Robert 39969. 14th Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of wounds 1st Ftb. 1917. Son o f the late Wm. Anthony, o f The Lodge Pwllheli. C.I. 11. ARGENT Pte. E.A. 33962. 2nd Bn. Lincoln­ shire Regt. transf. to (24049) 41st Coy. Labour Corps. 31st Jan. 1918. .D.IX 5. ARNOLD Pte. G. 68477. 10th Labour Coy. The Kings Liverpool Regt. transf. to (44441) 75th Coy. Labour Corps. 8th Aug. 1917. IV. B. 22. ARNOLD Pte. John Dennis 32838. ist/4th Bn. Duke of Wellingtons Regt. 15th April 1918. Age 19. Son of Mrs. H. Arnold of 11 Marsden Rd. Huddersfield. IX .E. 37. ARNOLD Gnr. Rupert John 15724. 1st Bdc. Aust. Field Artillery. Died of wounds 29th July, 19x7. Age 24. Son of Ralph and Emma Arnold, of Milton Derby England. Native of Seckington, Warwickshire England. III. A. 5. ARNOLD Ptc. W. 133835. 36th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). 6th June 1918. X. D. 4. ART Pte Harold Hcdley 14226. 1st Regt., South African Inf. 22nd Sept. 1917. Age 28. Son of Thomas and Adelaide Art of Verccniging, Transvaal. V. E. 13. ARU N DEL Ptc. Percy 37527. 16th Bn. West Yorkshire Rcgt. Died of wounds 28th Aug., 1917. Age 19. Son of Selina Charity Arundel, of 39 Stone Bridge Lane Famley Leeds. IV. C. 21. ASH BEE Serjt. Frederick 26040. 126th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 7th Aug. 1917. Age 37. Husband of Alice E. Ashbee of Seend Cleevc Melksham Wilts. IV.A. 38. ASHHNDEN Pte. Frank G/16494. 9th Bn. Royal Sussex Regt. Died of wounds 8th June 1917. Age 41. Husband of Ellen Frances Ashenden of 6 Tillingham Villas Rye Sussex. II. D. 6. ASHLEY Serjt. Harold Reginald 17847. 6th INDEX No.B .18 Bn. Wiltshire Rcgt. 5th iMay 1918. Age 26. MENDINGHEM Son of Ellard and Charlotte Ashley of Hammer- MIL. CEM. smith London husband of R.E. Pctchell BELGIUM (formerly Ashley) of 27 Alexandra Rd. Mortlake PART 1 .A-L London.' X .D. 28. ASKEW Gnr. G. 1S0919. 115th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 26th Feb. 1918. Age 23. Husband of Margaret Askew of Bent Hows Lowca Parton Cumberland. Native of Harrington Cumberland. .D.IX 28. A STALL Gnr. A.G. 38733. 59th Bde. Royal Field Artillery n rh Aug. 1917. IV B. 45. ATH ERTO N Ptc. A. 41693. 9U1 Bn. Loyal North Lancs Reet. Died of wounds 15th April 1918. Age 19. Son of James A. and Lucy H. Atherton of 13 Presto St. Famworth Bolton. .F.IX 3. ATH ERTON Scrjt. Henry 12906 M.M. 77th Bdc. Royal Field Artillery'. 13th July 1917. Age 23. Son pf. John and Ellen Atherton of 65 Loch St. Lamberhead Green Wigan. I.F. 27. ATHERTON Gnr. R. 771228. 25th Div. Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery. 10th Sept. 1917. V. C. 29. ATKINS C.A.B. 266o. London/Z “ Anson ” Bn. R.N.V.R. Royal Naval Division. 7th Nov. 1917. Age 26. Son of Charles and M.Alice Atkins of Bridge Cottages Salfords Horley Surrey. III. AA. 27. A TWILL Pte. Leslie Hyde 57203. 13th Bn. Welch Rcgt. Died of pneumonia 30th Jan. 1917. Age 24. Son of Thomas and Sarah H. Atwill of 7 Richmond Crescent Cardiff. C.I. 9. AUSTIN Pte. William 10822.“ A ”Coy. 1st Regt. South African Inf. Died of wounds 21st Sept. 1917. Age 48. Son of Thomas Cook and Selina Austin of Bristol England. V. D. 19. AX TEN Pte. Charles 29823. 32nd Bn. Royal Fusiliers nth June 1917. Age 25. Husband of Florence May Axten of 8 Sunbeam Villas Alexandra Rd. Ashford Common Middx. I. E. 9. BAILEY Gnr. A.W. 614360. 15th Bde. Royal Horse. Artillery. 2nd Aug. 1917. Age 24. Son of Arthur William and Elizabeth Rebecca Bailey, of 3 Albert Terrace Great William St. Stratforu- on-Avor III E. 249
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