2 edition of Eastbourne College roll of war service, 1914-1918. found in the catalog.
Eastbourne College roll of war service, 1914-1918.
The relatives asked to be allowed to decline a Military Funeral. The remains were interred in a private family grave adjoining the grave in which the late Pte. Mullan's father is buried. Relatives present at funeral Mrs. T Mullans (wife) 19 Tower Street, Eastbourne and Mrs. Louisa Mullens (Mother) Salehurst Road, Eastbourne. Full list of United Kingdom records Armed Forces & Conflict 1st Sportsman's Battalion, Royal Fusiliers Worldwide Army Index Afghan War, Fallen Officers & Victoria Cross Recipients Airmen Died in the Great War, Anglo-Boer War Records Army Deserters Army List August Army Roll of Honour Birmingham City Battalions .
Waddams had seen service in the War when he was a Captain in the Territorial Army. version of the Roll of Honour prepared for the Memorial Book. and went on to a Tutorial College. His name is also found on the Bede School war memorial, Bede College cross, plaque, and Roll of Honour, and in the memorial Book of Remembrance at Holy Trinity Church, Sunderland, and also in the National Union of Teachers War Record Research contributors: Clive .
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Important record of those serving in WWI, who attended Eastbourne College. pp.,Detailed biographies of those who died in WWI and Roll of service for all other, with rank, unit and awards.
Handsomely produced in white vellum, hint of rubbing to head and tail of. First World War (content), First World War (content) Creator EASTBOURNE COLLEGE ROLL OF WAR SERVICE, (Author) University Press (Publisher) Production date Place made Cambridge Dimensions. whole: Dimensions: 23cm., Pagination: p.
Catalogue number LBY Eastbourne College WW1. previous. next. Close Eastbourne College Old Wish Road Eastbourne Eastbourne East Sussex BN21 4JY England OS Grid Ref: TV TO THE MEMORY OF THOSE/ MEMBERS OF THIS SCHOOL/ WHO DIED IN THE GREAT WAR/ - / THIS TOWER WAS ERECTED/ IN TOKEN OF SORROW FOR/ THEIR LOSS, 1914-1918.
book PRIDE IN/ THEIR VALOUR, AND. Colonel Richard Stanley Hawks Moody, CB (23 October – 10 March ) was a distinguished officer, and historian, of the British Army, during the period of the height of the British subsequently became a Military Knight of Windsor.
He was the eldest son of Richard Clement Moody, the founder and first Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, and of Mary Hawks of the Hawks ance: United Kingdom.
Died of disease in Dinapore 29 August Aged Son of Charles Edmund & Sarah Mahrenzholz of 46, Mantle Street, Wellington, Somerset. Enlisted in Taunton. Employed in the Office of The Eastbourne Gazette.
Buried in Dinapore No 3 Cemetery and No known grave. Commemorated on the Madras War Memorial, Chennai. Clan Donald Roll of Honour Clan MacRae Roll of Honour and of Service in The Great War Craven's Part in the Great War, Yorkshire Dragon School War Memorial Dulwich College War Record Eastbourne College Roll of War Service There is a book called 'Eastbourne's Great War ' by R A Elliston.
I do not know if it is out of print but the copyright is R A Elliston The ISBN is 1. There is a chapter in it called - The RAMC and The Army Hospitals and another one on - The Red Cross Auxiliary Hospitals.
EASTBOURNE CENTRAL MILITARY HOSPITAL WAR MEMORIAL. World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information Was serving with the American Air Service at the Eastbourne airfield as an engine fitter. His duties were to assist in taking aircraft out onto the runways and swinging the propellers to start them.
Son of Mrs M E Tucker, of. Eastbourne: Eastbourne College Roll of War Service - unknown publisher, unknown place unknown date.
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Old Halieans' Association, Wembley Downs, WA Edinburgh Academy. Armed Forces & Conflict 1st Sportsman's Battalion, Royal Fusiliers Worldwide Army Index Afghan War, Fallen Officers & Victoria Cross Recipients Airmen Died in the Great War, Anglo-Boer War Records Army Deserters Army List August Army Roll of Honour Birmingham City Battalions Birmingham Employers Roll of.
Eastbourne Military Hospital in the Great War, The Wartime Memories Project. during the Great War This page is new, as yet no names have been submitted. All names on this list have been submitted by relatives, The Wartime Memories Project is. War Memorial Eastbourne. First World War () Second World War () Devonshire Place, Eastbourne; Redoubt Fortress & Eastbourne Heritage Service - Eastbourne Point of interest Remains Radar Station RAF Pevensey - Westham Radar Station RAF Wartling - WartlingLocation: Devonshire Place, Eastbourne.
TO THOSE MEMBERS OF / JESUS COLLEGE / HEREON RECORDED / WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES / IN THE WAR – and the Oxford University Roll of Service, a book published in (OURS) None the less he is listed as having been killed in the First World War on the Jesus College war memorial board and in the Oxford University Roll of Service.
Following the success of his previous book, Lewes at WarBob Elliston - a well-respected local author and historian - has produced a history of Eastbourne's part in the Great War.
It is not a memorial book commemorating the town's war dead for, with over one thousand fatalities, that would have been a mammoth task. Index to War Memorial of Eastbourne, Sussex Product Description.
During and after the First World War a memorial book was compiled, containing the names of Eastbourne soldiers, sailors and airmen who died in the conflict.
Some of the entries were brief, giving only name and rank. Eastbourne College Roll of War Service,published (Eastbourne College) The Guinea Pig Club: A story of indomitable courage and surgical skill, Men from Our Parish Who Lost Their Lives in the Great World War & the Second World War -by Phil Lucas, published Roll of Honour Names of Brethren who fell in the service of their King & Country during the Great War Freemasons’ Hall London W.C.2 The book is in numerical order of Lodge Number and lists Lodge, Name and Rank (in Lodge), and Service Rank.
Roll of Honour Names of Brethren who fell in the service of their King & Country during the Great War Freemasons’ Hall London W.C.2 The book is in numerical order of Lodge Number and lists Lodge, Name and Rank (within the Lodge), and Service Rank.
The place where the Lodge met in has been added. World War I - World War I - The war in the east, On the Eastern Front, greater distances and quite considerable differences between the equipment and quality of the opposing armies ensured a fluidity of the front that was lacking in the west.
Trench lines might form, but to break them was not difficult, particularly for the German army, and then mobile operations of the old style could.
Tasmanian War Record - Roll of Honour: - New Zealand The Book of Remembrance & War Record of Mill Hill School - England & Wales The Bradfield College Register War Service Record Commercial Bank of Scotland:. The Victoria Cross has been awarded 1, times to persons of any rank in any service and to civilians under military command.
This list only shows a minor proportion. More than VC winners have no school recorded, and some never attended school (primary school was not compulsory in the UK until the s and secondary education only sometime later), so many private soldiers who were.Malvern College First World War Casualties Statue of St George which is inscribed 'To Our Brothers', and oak panel memorial inside the chapel.
The following is a list with biographies of the people who attended Malvern College and died due to the First World War.Hull Cenotaph and Boer war Memorial, Paragon Square, Hull.
“ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF THE MEN OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR AND IN THE WORLD WAR THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE.” In front, is the South African War Memorial () unveiled on 5th November