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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

New Zealand

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

Britain

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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