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 BED DOES Lt. Col. Henry Roscoc. 4th Bn. HO LLYBRO O K Royal Dublin Fusiliers attd 9th Bn. Drowned M EM .at sea cn route to Constantinople on“ Chonia,” (U.K. and DOMS.) 15th Jan. 1919. Husband of Marie P. Beddocs. BEER Pnr. Jack 328698. Royal Engineers. Died at sea en route U.S.A. to U .K. on ”H.T.“ Huntscnd 5th Oct. 1918. Age 36. Husband of Lottie O. Beer of 1901 West 42nd St. Los Angeles U.S.A. Enlisted in Chicago. BELL Ptc. Christopher William 13724. 10th Bn. Yorkshire Regt. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. BELL Dvr. Edgar 49495. 63rd Bty. Royal Field Artillery. Died at sea 14th Dec. 1914. Age 25. Son of Mrs. Annie M. Bell of 21, Kirkdale Rd. South Wigston Leicester. BELLAMY Pte. E.A. 669792. Canadian Engineers. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Warilda ” ) 3rd Aug. 1918. BENHAM Dvr. Ben 5252. Cape Aux. Horse Transport. Died at sea en route South Africa to U .K .on S.S. “ Chepstow Castle” 9th Sept., 1918. BENHAM Ptc. Harry 123869. Royal Army Mcdical Corps. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “ Glcnart Castle”) 26th Feb. 1918. BEN NETT Pte. Charles 11537. 79th Field Amb. Royal Army Mcdical Corps. Died at sea cn route Malta to U .K .on H.S. “ Dunluce Castle,” 7th Aug. 1918. Age 27. Son of Reuben and Sarah Bennett of 85 Garbett St. Birmingham. BENNETT Pte. Charles Frcdcrick 325443. 8th Cyclist Bn. Essex Regt. Drowned at sea (from R.M .S.“ Leinster ” ) 10th Oct. 1918. Age 33. Son of Charles Robert and Eliza Bennett husband of Gertrude Bennett of 4A Hillfield Gardens Muswell Hill London. BEN NETT Rfn. Christopher Jeffrey B/201992. The Rifle Brigade posted to 2nd Bn. Post Office Rifles formerly (T/4/160413) Royal Army Service Corps. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Warilda ” ) 3rd Aug. 1918. BENNETT Pte. Percy Trembath M2/082177. 605th M.T .Coy. Royal Army Service Corps. Drowned at sea (from S.S. “ Citti di Palermo”) 8th Jan. 1916. BENTLEY 2nd Lt. Harry. Northumberland Fusiliers. Drowned at sea (from R.M.S. “ Leinster ” ) 10th Oct. 1918. Age 28. Son of Margaret Bentley of 316 Taylors Terrace, Egerton Bolton and the late William Bentley. BENTLEY 2nd Lt. Leonard Holt. Royal Army Service Corps. Drowned in the Grand Harbour, Malta 30th May 1918. BENTON Rfn. Frederick 742337. London Cyclist Battalion posted to 2nd/ioth Bn. London Regt. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Warilda ” ) 3rd Aug. 1918. BERESFO RD Staff Nurse Rebecca Rose. Q.A. Impl. Mil. Nursing Service. Drowned at sea (from .S.“H Glcnart Castle”) 26th Feb. 1918. Age 39. Daughter of Mrs. H.E. Bcrcsford of 59 Silvcrdalc Sydenham London. BERG A.M. II. Carl Oscar 3297. Australian Flying Corps. Died of pneumonia at sea 30th Oct. 1918. Son of Carl G. and Susan Berg husband of Mary Magdaline Berg of 286 Unwins- bridge Rd. St. Peters New South Wales. Born at Hobart Tasmania. BEV ER ID G E Ptc. Alexander 250430. ist/5th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Warilda ” ) 3rd Aug. 1918. Age 26. Husband of Elizabeth Beveridge of 1482 Pollokshaws Rd. Pollokshaws Glasgow. BIDDLE Bmdr. Henry 94759. 71st Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Drowned at sea (from H.T.“ Warilda ” ) 3rd Aug. 1918. Age 22. Son of Henry and MaryAnn Biddle of 18 Hatton St., Edgware Rd. St. Johns Wood London. BID D LEST ONE Ptc. Richard 14415. 8th Bn. East Yorkshire Rcgt. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. Age 21. Son of Mrs. Biddlcstonc of 1 1 Park St. Wolverhampton. BIG GINS Lee. Cpl. James 18223. 12th Bn- Sherwood Foresters. Drowned at sea (from H.S. “Anglia”) 17th Nov. 1915. BIG N ALL Ptc. John 27304. Depot Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Drowned in the Irish Channel ”ex“ Rathmore 15th March 1918. Son of Samuel and Emma Bignall of 102 Alfrcton Rd. Nottingham. BILL 2nd Cpl. William George 9824. 9th Field Coy. Australian Engineers. Died of sickncss at sea 20th July 1916.
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