Memorial Register, WW1, Memorial at Hollybrook Cemetery, Southampton of Sailors, Soldiers, Marines and Airmen from the UK and Dominions lost at sea

INDEX No. M.R.40 ANDERSON Pte. Stanley Lee 388600. No. 10 H O LLYBRO O K Miscellaneous RcinforcementSjRoyal Army Medical M EM .Corps. Drowned at sea (from S.S. “ Galway (U.K. and DOMS.) Castle”) 12th Sept. 1918. Age 26. Husband of Mary Perry Anderson of 7 Langdale Terrace, West Cliff Whitby Yorks. ANDREWS Ptc. Ernest 7811920. 7th Armoured Car Coy. Machine Gun Corps (Motors). Died at sea en route India to U .K. on H.T.“ Hannover,” 27th June 1921. Son of Mrs. E. Andrews of 50, Evans St. Belgrave Leicester. A N DRIES Dvr. Henry 4884. Cape Aux. Horse Transport. Died at sea en route South Africa to U .K .on S.S. “ Chepstow Castle” 6th Sept. 1918. A N DRIES Dvr. Thomas H.T.2726. Cape Aux. Horse Transport. Died at sea cn route U .K .to South Africa on H.S. “ Dunlucc Castle” nth Feb. 1918. Age 25. Son of Jakob and Augusta Andries of Voorste Kraal Genadcndal Caledon, Cape Province. A N NAT Pte. William A. S/41656. 4th Bn. Scaforth Highlanders. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Warilda ” ) 3rd Aug. 1918. Age 19. Son of Mrs. James Annat of 19 New Wynd Montrose. A PPLEBY Ptc. Frederick 205093. 5th Reserve Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers. Drowned in home waters 1 2th Aug. 1918. ARCHER Pte. Charles Henry 7809. 1st Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Repatriated Prisoner of War. Died at sea en route from Copenhagen, 22nd Dec. 1918. A REND SE Dvr. Moos 4024. Cape Aux. Horse Transport. Died at sea cn route East Africa to South Africa on S.S. “ ” Dongola 2nd Oct. 1918. ARMSTRONG Ptc. Arthur Rex 5650. 4th Bn. Australian Inf. Died at sea 2nd July 1916. ARMSTRONG Ptc. William S/8918. 8th Bn. Scaforth Highlanders. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. Age 21. Son o f Jackson Armstrong of 1 1 Jane St. Workington, Cumberland. ARNOLD Pte. Stanley Richard 28206. nth Bn. Border Regt. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Donegal ” ) 17th April 1917. Age 38. Son of Henry and Martha Arnold of 89 Tower Hamlets Rd. Forest Gate Essex husband of May L. Arnold of n o Claxton Grove Hammersmith, London. ASHLEY Pte. Charles Willis 4669. 8th Bn. Lincolnshire Rcgt. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. Age 18. Son of Tom and Annie Ashley of 8 Lindlcy St. Ashby, Scunthorpe Lincs. ASKEW Serjt. Robert William 240318. ist/4th Bn. South Lancashire Regt. Drowned at sea (from R.M .S.“ Leinster ” ) 10th Oct. 1918. ASTON Ptc. Robert Geoffrey 1949. Warwick­ shire Yeomanry. Drowned at sea (from H.T. “Wayfarer ”)nth April 1915. Age 22. Son of Enoch James and Marion Ada Aston of Church Lcnch Evesham Worcs. A T TREED Ptc. Edward SS/4125. 5th Labour Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. Drowned in Havre Docks 5th Nov. 1914. A Y LING Pte. Ebenezer T /1713. ist/5th Bn. The Queens. Died at sea en route India to U.K. on“ Alaunia.” 5th Nov. 1914. BAILEY Pte. Albert Walter Victor 6959. 1st Bn. Australian Inf. Died of sickness at sea 20th Dec., 1916. BAKER Dvr. Charles T i/2 411. H.Q. Coy. 14th Div. Train Royal Army Service Corps. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. Age 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Baker. BAKER Ptc. Wilfred 202409. 4th Bn. Border Rcgt. Died at sea 10th Jan. 1917. Age 19. Son of Richard and Hannah Baker of Tynhurst Fox- dcnton Lane Middleton Junction Manchester. BALDWIN Scrjt. John Jackson G/12. 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Rcgt. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. Age 27. Son of Francis James and Ann Baldwin of 12 Hornbeam Walk Whitclcy Village Walton-on-Thamcs. BALL Gnr. William John 42437. 3rd Bde. Canadian Field Artillery. Accidentally killed at sea en route U .K .to France Hon .M.T.“ Austra- lind” 13th Feb. 1915. BAM FORD Ptc. Ernest 123854. Royal Army Medical Corps. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “ Glenart Castle”) 26th Feb. 1918. Age 24. Husband of Hannah Bamford of 10 Woolacott St. Oldham Lancs and the late Ernest Bamford. BANKS Pte. Kenneth 58218. 6th Australian Reinforcement. Died of pneumonia at sea 1st Nov. 1918.10
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