THE REGISTER OF THE NAMES UNITED KINGDOM AND DOMINION UNITS These particulars have been compiled from information furnished by the Record Offices and the next-of-kin. In all cases the relatives have been asked to furnish the personal information they wish to appear in the Register and where possible this has been given in their actual words. ABBOTT Ptc. Norman 3263. 33rd Bn. Australian Inf. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Warilda ” ) 3rd Aug. 1918. ABRAHAMSON Pte. Alexander 123992. Royal Army Medical Corps. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “ Glenart Castle”) 26th Feb. 1918. Son of Mr. L. Abrahamson of 38 Apsley Place Glasgow. ADAMS Pte. George William 482. Royal Army Medical Corps. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “ Glenart Castle”) 26th Feb. 1918. ADAMS Cpl. Mark 10593. 1st Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died at sea en route India to U.K. on S.S. “ Malda ” 26th Nov. 1914. ADAMS Pte. Percy John 26769. 2nd Bn. Wiltshire Regt. Died at sea on H.S. “Garth Casde ” 28th Dec. 1918. ADKINSON A.M. II. Edward Kiddle 245168. Coastal Airship No. “XXV ”Royal Air Force. Lost at sea 1st Aug. 1918. ALBESON Serjt. James Rothwell 316384. West and Cumb. Yeomanry. Drowned at sea (from R.M .S.“ Leinster ” ) 10th Oct. 1918. Age 31. Son of Thomas Albeson of 133 Walker St. Rhodes Manchester and the late Elizabeth Albcson. ALEXANDER Serjt. James McGilchrist 265048, M.M. 6th Bn. Black Watch. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “ Lanfranc” ) 17th April 1917. Age 24. Son of James and Annie Alexander of Parkhill Rd. Rattray Blairgowrie Perthshire. ALLEN Lt. Henry Edward. General List attd. Gambia Coy. Royal West African Frontier Force. Drowned at sea (from S.S. “ Abosso ” ) 24th April 1917. Age 48. Son of the late William E. and Anne Allen of Greenford Middx. ALLEN Pte. Robert Henry 76124. 29th Bn. INDEX No. M.R.40 Canadian Inf. (British Columbia Rcgt.). Drowned HO LLYBRO O K at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. M EM .Age 30. Son of the late William and Annie Allen (U.K. and DOMS.) of 33 Allen St. Warrington. Born at Wesleigh Lancs. ALLEN Cpl. William Andrew 14010. 8th Bn. South Lancashire Rcgt. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. ALLPO RT Serjt. William 6475. 1st Bn. Oxf. and Bucks Inf.Light Died at sea on H.T. “Madras ”one days journey from Bombay 29th Aug. 1915. ALLW O RTH Y Pte. Alfred James G/8013. 6th Bn. The Queens. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Donegal ” ) 17th April 1917. Age 21. Son of Mr. A. S.and Mrs. N. Allworthy of 84 Granleigh Rd. Leytonstone London. ANDERSEN Pte. Albert Charles 60326. 16th Australian Reinforcement. Died at sea 19th Oct. 1918. ANDERSON Ptc. Abraham 4957. See “LE ROUX ”the true family name. ANDERSON Ptc. Albert Victor 14156. 2nd Gen. Hosp. Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of sickness at sea 8th Oct. 1917. ANDERSON Ptc. John Foster 187834. 8th Bn. Canadian Inf. (Manitoba Regt.). Died of wounds on H.S. “ Llandovery Castle” en route to Canada 26th Feb. 1918. Age 30. Son of Charles H.and Rosa M.E. Anderson of Norman Villa Victoria Park Deal England. Educated at the Sir Roger Manwoods Grammar School (O.T.C.) Sandwich England. Wounded on the Somme 1916.9
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