INDEX No.B. 36 WINCKLES Gnr. Charles 117349. “B” Bty. GWALIA 77th Army Bdc. Royal Field Artillery. Killed in CEMETERY action nth July 1917. Age 24. Son of Henry BELGIUM and Sarah Elizabeth Winckks of 32 Boarshaw Clough Middleton Manchester. B.I. 13. WINDSOR Cpl. A. 72074. 133rd Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. Killed inaction St.at Julien 29th July 1917. Age 23. Son of Thomas William and Esther Betsy Windsor of Burchetts Green Maidenhead. I. E. 34. WINKWORTH Act. Bmdr. C.A. 202687. 410th Bty. 96th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Killed inaction 23rd Sept. 1918. Age 38. Husband of A.M. Winkworth of 21 Bccch Hall Rd. Highams Park Chingford. II. G. 13. WINTER Ptc. A.H. 10911. 15th Bn. Hampshire Regt. 1st June 1918. I. E. 37. WINTERBOURNE Pte. MG. H. 2./045737. Mechanical Transport Royal Army Service Corps attd. 58th Ammunition Sub Park. 26th Oct. 1917. Age 32. Son of Louisa H. Winterbournc of the Post Officc Wootton, Oxford. II. E. 5. WISE Pte. R. 207745. h II Bn. The Queen’s. Killed inaction 26th May 1918. Age 21. Son of John Henry and Emily Wise of Franks Bridge, Hcadcorn Ashford Kent. II. B. 32. WOODS Ptc. John Robert 17808. 36th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.). Killed inaction 31st May 1918. Age 22. Son of William and Margaret Jane Woods of Aughnaskew Lisnaskca, Co. Fermanagh. I.F. 34. WOOLF Rfn. Hyam 43305. 10th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles. Died of wounds 27th April 1918. Age 28. Son of Mina Woolf of Stoke Newington, London and the late Morris Woolf. II. F. 8. WYLES Ptc. Fredrick 202015. ist/4th Bn. Royal Berkshire Regt. 3rd Oct. 1917. Age 40. Son of Joseph and Louisa Wylcs of 15 Kingsgatc St. Reading. II. nD. .YARD Serjt. Charles James 39258. 119th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed inaction 3rd May 1918. Age 22. Son of Thomas James Yard of Clandon Farm Martinstown Dorchester. Enlisted in 1912. II. F. 14. YEADON Gnr. J. W. 776976. “A” Bty. 245th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. 29th May 1918. I. G. 39. UNIDENTIFIED. TWO UNKNOWN BRITISH SOLDIERS are buried in I.F. 29. II. F. 18. CHINESE LABOUR CORPS. WITHERS Ptc. W. J. 28900. 9th Bn. Royal FOUR LABOURERS OF THE CHINESE Irish Fusiliers. 27th May 1918. II. C. 31. LABOUR CORPS are buried in II. H. 9 to 12.
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