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 HIND Ptc. Basil Anthony Da Costa 6396. H O LLYBRO O K 5th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea Mon EM.IL ”M.T .“Magdalena 12th Oct. 1916. Age 19. (B.W.I.R.) Son of Mr. F.A. and Mrs. J. A.L. Hind of Port Antonio Jamaica. HINDS Pte. J. 3078. 7th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea 15th April 1919. H YLT O N Cpl. Jacob Jheaphelious 15758. nth Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea, Hon ”.M.T. “Tagus 20th Oct. 1917. Age 39. Son of Oswald Cliford Hylton of Balboa Canal Zone Panama. JACK Pte. A. 6949. 1st Bn. British West Indies Regt. Died of sickness at Marseilles, 22nd June 1918. Age 26. Son of Alexander Jack of Hopewell Village Mesopotamia St. Vincent and the late Sarah Jack. JACOBS Pte. H.G. 385. 1st Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea on H.M .T. “Marathon,” 24th Jan. 1916. JOSEPHS Ptc. Nehemiah 10204. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea on H.M ”.T. “Bermudian 2nd June 1919. Age 26. Son of Henry Brown of Evandalc Enfield St. Mary, Jamaica. KELLY Ptc. A. 10232. British West Indies Regt. Died at sea Hon ”.M.T. “Briton nth June 1917. LASH L E Y Pte. Charles Mortimer 1460. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea ”011“ Orca 20th Sept. 1919. Age 26. Son of Margaret Ann Lashlcy {nee Hoyte) of Gall Hill St. John, Barbados and the late James Lashlcy. M cFA YD EN Ptc. J. A. 3515. 3rd Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea Hon ”.M.T.“ Vcrdala 15th Jan. 1916. MATT IS Ptc. James 15646. Sec “PRY C ,”theE true family name. MOORE Pte. Harold 5584. 4th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea on H.M ”.T. “Formosa 27th May 1918. Age 20. Son of Mrs. Lucrctia Blackman of Prospect St. James, Barbados. MORRIS Pte. S. 4914. 5th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea Hon .MT .“Sydney,” 26th Jan. 1917. NICHOLS Ptc. J. 6404. 5th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea Hon ”.M.T. “Mag­dalena 29th Oct. 1916. NOBLE Ptc. A. 15652. nth Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea Hon .M.T. “Tagus,” 24th Oct. 1917. OAKLEY Ptc. Richard Samuel 6398. 5th Bn. British West Indies Regt. Died at sea on H.M ”.T. “Magdalena 13th Oct. 1916. Age 21. Son of Robert and Jane Oakley of Panton District, Portland Jamaica. PHIL LIPS Ptc. C. 4895. 5th Bn. British West Indies Regt. Died at sea on H.M .T. ”“Hunts- green 20th April 1917. PINK YEN Ptc. P. 4902. 5th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea Hon .M.T. ”“Hunts- green 17th April 1917. PRYC E (served as MATT IS) Pte. James 15646. nth Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea, Hon ”.M.T. “Formosa 9th June 1918. RILEY Ptc. I. 6405. 5th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea Hon ”.M.T. “Mag­dalena 29th Oct. 1916. ROBINSON Scrjt. A. 7191. 6th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Drowned at sea 26th June 1918. SALMON Ptc. Hubert 14176. British West Indies Regt. Died at sea Hon ”.M.T. “Ber­mudian 9th May 1919. Age 34. Son of Robert Graham and Ellen Dawkins of Woodlands, Springfield St. Elizabeth Jamaica. SAM U ELS Lee. Cpl. L .15611. nth Bn. British West Indies Regt. Died at sea on H.M ”.T. “Tagus 28th Oct. 1917. Son of William and Ann Samuels of Lucca Jamaica. SCAR LET T Ptc. C. 9629. 6th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea on H.M ”.T. “Briton 141 h April 1917. SCH OLES Ptc. Cyril 4061. 4th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea on H.M ”.T.“ Conodie 10th June 19x9. Age 22. Son of Zechariah and Charlotte Scholcs of Browns Town, Jamaica. SMITH Ptc. O. 7736. 6th Bn. British West Indies Rcgt. Died at sea on H.M.H.S. “ Grantully Castle” 26th April 1919.76
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