Leonard NEWITT WWI War Diary South Staff Regt and Notts & Derby

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Leonard Newitt Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 32 to 34. Memorial: POZIERES MEMORIAL STARR George Henry born 1898 died 4 Apr 1918 Gunner 222534 Royal Field Artillery “D” Bty 148 th Bde. Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 3 Cemetery: LOOS MEMORIAL TALLON John born 1879 died 1 May 1918 Belgium- Private 18149 South Lancashire Regiment 2nd Bn. Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: II. B. 19. Cemetery: ESQUELBECQ MILITARY CEMETERY OKEEFE Thomas David born c1890 died 29 Aug 1918 –Driver 208559 th Bde. Australian Field Artillery. Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: 15.9.24. P1/624. (GRM/4*). Cemetery: BRISBANE GENERAL (TOOWONG) CEMETERY LANE Charles Ernest born 1890 died 2 Nov 1918 –Private 466251 st /4 th Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 9 Cemetery: VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL STAIRMAND William George born 1886 died 3 Nov 1918 –Private 630067 London Regiment 2 nd /20 th Bn. Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: VII. O. 3B Cemetery: MONT HUON MILITARY CEMETERY LE TREPORT WAKEFIELD Frank Harry born 1870 died 8 Nov 1918 France- Staff Sgt Major S4/244024 11 th Line of Communications Supply Coy ASC. (Mentioned in Dispatches) Commonwealth War Dead Grave Reference: VII D. 30 Cemetery: TERLINCTHUN BRITISH CEMETERY WIMILLE -FRANCE SHAW Albert born 1881 died 20 Feb 1919 Smethwick- Private 41500 Devonshire Regt. Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: 14. CE.C 5012. Cemetery: SMETHWICK (UPLANDS) CEMETERY –ENGLAND LIVESEY Walter born 18 Mar 1917 Manchester died 28 Nov 1940 –Sergeant 524173102 Squadron Royal Air Force. (Operations Record Books seen at the Public Record Office in Kew show that 2 Whitley Mk.Vs flew out of Topcliffe on 27 November 1940 to bomb "docks and shipping" at Le Havre. One of these planes "was not heard from after takeoff" but the other returned safely. "Edward Osborn Walter Livesey and George West were all part of a crew flying a Whitley P5077 DY-B of 102 Squadron. The aircraft left Topcliffe never to be seen again.") 106 Page
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