Memorial Register Great Britain and Ireland, Vol 2, WW1, Cemeteries and Churchyards in the South Western part of the County of Southampton

WHITE Ptc. George Phillip 4315. ist Field Amb. Aust. Army Medical Corps. Died o f wounds 10th Aug. 1916 .Son o f the late George and Rosina White o f Beaufort Victoria Australia. C.E. 1836. WHITE Pte. John 9408. 2nd Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Died o f wounds 8th Nov. 1914. N .316. WHITE Pte. T .96217.“ N ”Coy. Royal Army Medical Corps transf. to (172204)3 11th Coy. Labour Corps. 6th April 1919 .C.E. 2010. WHITEHEAD Pte. Frederick Walter 10241. 8th Bn. Royal Sussex Regt. 5th Feb. 1917. Age 26. Son o f the late George and Harriett Whitehead o f 313 Lower Rd. Deptford London. Bom at Rotherhithe London. C.E. 1895. WHITE HEAD Pte. S. 6006. ist Bn. Border Regt. 7th July 1916 .C.E. 1804. W HITTING TON Ptc. J. 7239. 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regt. 30th June 1915. R.C. 850. W H ITW O RTH Pte. J. 9403. ist/6th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. 4th July 1915. N .340. W IL COCK Ptc. R .241121. Depot York and Lancaster Regt. 4th Dec. 1918 .C.E. 1996. W ILK IE Ptc. J. 3519. Scottish Horse. 10th April 1916. N .355. WILKINS Pte. C.B. 412442. 2nd Bn. Canadian Inf. (Eastern Ontario Regt.). Died o f wounds 27th Oct. 1916. Age 23. Son o f Sarah Clarke (formerly Wilkins) and the late James Wilkins. Bom at Brighton Ontario. N .376. WILLIAMS Lee. Cpl. nE. A. 150. King’s Royal Rifle Corps. 22nd June 1915 .C.E .1705. WILLIAMS Serjt. Morris Eivion 3438. 5th Bn. Australian Inf. Died o f wounds 14th Oct. 1917. Age 21. Son o f Morris John and Ellen Williams, of Griffith St. Stawcll Victoria Australia.N .396. WILLIAM SON Pte. John 1626. 5th Bn. Australian Inf. Died o f wounds 14th June 1915. Age 30. Son o f Mary Williamson o f 57 Nicholson St. Allossford Victoria Australia and the late Peter Williamson. C.E. 1703. WILLIAM SON Cpl. William R4/072186. Royal Army Service Corps. 31st Jan. 1916 .Age 45. Husband o fAnnie Hunter Williamson o f 69, Poplar Rd. Clcethorpcs Lincs. Served in the South African Campaign with 19th Hussars. C.E. 1782. W IL LOUGH B Y Pte. Percy Hugh 1215. ist Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. 5th July 1916 .Age 32. C.E. 1800. WILSON Dvr. A . TS/4336. Remount Depot (Swaythling) Royal Army Service Corps. 23rd Dec. 1914. Age 46. Husband o f Sarah Wilson. C.E. 1655. WILSON Dvr. A.W .107676. “B” Bty. 69th Bdc. Royal Field Artillery. 30th Nov. 1918. N .415. WILSON Ptc. F .4996. 4th Bn. Royal Berkshire Regt. 25th July 1915 .C.E. 1711 .WILSON Bmdr. J.R .15780. 14th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. 3rd Dec. 1916. Age 32. Husband o f Edith Annie Wilson of 1 Paradise Place Woolwich London. C.E. 1879. WOOD Scrjt. C. L/5201. 2nd Bn. The Queen’s. 17th Dec. 1914. C.E. 1652. WOOD Ptc. Donald Campbell 5182. London Scottish. Died o f wounds 18th July 1916. Age 21. Son o f Walter Thomas and Mary Wood, o f 38 Bucklcigh Rd. Strcatham London. C.E. 1816. WOO LLEY Pte. G .1819. 6th Bn. Hampshire Regt. 28th Aug. 1920. C.E. 2036. W OOTON Ptc. David 9427. 2nd Bn. Durham Inf.Light 22nd Oct. 1914 .Age 30. Son o f Harry and Caroline Wooton o f 2 Covent Garden St. Sunderland. C.E. 1613. W O OTTO N Pte. W. J. SS/3993. 89th M.T .Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. 20th May 1916. Age 47. Son o f M r.and Mrs. Wootton. Born at Canning Town London. C.E. 1793. WRIGHT Maj. George Darling. 98th Infantry Indian Army. 26th May 1920. Age 40. Son o f Col. C.H. Wright and Mrs. M .J. Wright husband of Mary E .Wright. Officers .2031. WRIGHT Lt. Col. S.CH. .M.G .Royal Army Servicc Corps. 30th Sept. 1919. Officers .2018. WRIGHT Dvr. J. 109556. 5th Reserve Bn. Royal Field Artillery. 7th Jan. 1917 .Age 36. C.E. 1890. W U N DEN BERG Ptc. Ferdinand Theodore, 2167. 38th Bn. Australian Inf. Died o f sickncss 5th Jan. 1918. Age 36. Son o f Charles and Annie Wundenberg o f Mornington Rd. Unley South Australia.N .400.61
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