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Commonwealth and Others remembered

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Men of the Canadian Expeditionary Force who died at Netheravon:

13041 – Private Smith (Maxwell, Kenneth) – 5th Canadian Infantry Battalion

24618 – Private McGuinness (Frederick, Williamson) – Royal Highlanders of Canada

11397 – Private Rose (Thomas, David) – 4th Canadian Infantry Battalion

7020 – Private Holmes (Henry) – 1st (Western Ontario) Battalion

912 – Trooper Phillips (William, Robert, Henry) – Royal Canadian Dragoons

27510 – Private Mackenzie (Charles, Roy) – 15th (Highlanders of Canada) Battalion

28534 – Private Chittleburgh (George, Robert) – 14th Canadian Infantry Battalion

40190 – Gunner Hunter (George, Rupert) – Canadian Field Artillery

27570 – Private Phillips (Roscoe, Leonard) – 15th (Highlanders of Canada) Battalion

6244 – Private McCreedy (Bernard, Henry) 1st (Western Ontario) Battalion

11145 Private Lamb (Robert, Small, Sidney) 4th Canadian Infantry Battalion

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The men below from New Zealand are commemorated in Netheravon All Saints Church:

Herbert Robert Kaye – Otago Infantry Regiment

Sidney Herbert Cox – Otago Infantry Regiment

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Officers of the Calvary School who fell:

George Juler – 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers

John Anstruther – 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabineers)

Kenneth North – 4th (Queen’s Own) Hussars

Rowland Beech – 16th (The Queen’s) Lancers

Maurice de Tuyll – 10th (Prince of Wales Own) Hussars

Raymond Hamilton – 13th Hussars

Percy Anderson – 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers

James Bannatyne – 11th (Prince Albert’s Own) Hussars

George Edwardes – 1st Royal Dragoons

British men who died in Netheravon Military Hospital and remain with us:

Thomas Belt – Royal Field Artilery

Thomas Joyce – Kings Royal Rifle Corps

Patrick Carey – Army Service Corps

James McNicholls – Royal Army Medical Corps

Lawrence Holland – South Lancashire Regiment

 

 

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