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Casualties - November 1919


The fatal casualties listed below are those shown on the Commonwealth War Graves Register as having died due to World War One, however they can be divided into two distinct groups.

The first group are those who were still on active service at the time of their death and the second those who had been demobilised but whose death was attributed to their war service.

Group 1 - Died on active service

01-Nov

Flt Sgt

BOTT, A E

He was serving with No 99 Sqn and died from a gun shot wound to his head and is commemorated on the Karachi 1914-1918 War Memorial.

01-Nov

LAC

ALLEN, ALFRED JOHN

He was serving in the UK and committed suicide.

04-Nov

Maj

LARKIN, JOHN PETER DSO, DCM

He had been invalided out of the service in August and died at home, he is buried in Sunderland (Ryhope Road) Cemetery.

06-Nov

Capt

BOURNE, RICHARD BALFOUR

He was killed whilst flying Avro 504J, C5971 of  the Equipment Park and Storage Depot, which spun into a building, hw is buried in Grangegorman Military Cemetery.

06-Nov

Cpl

BROOKER, W H

He was serving as a Fitter (Aero Engine) with No 221 Sqn and is buried in St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.

14-Nov

3AM

ANGEL, H

He was probably a Wireless Operator and was serving at I.T.W.S, he is buried in Luton General Cemetery, cause of death not known at present.

19-Nov

Lt

URWIN, WILFRED

He died from pneumonia and is buried in Tynemouth (Preston) Cemetery

30-Nov

Fg Off

CLELLAND, R

He died in the station hospital at Lahore from enteric fever and is commemorated on the Karachi 1914-1918 War Memorial.

Group 2 - Died after demobilisation. Units shown in this section are probably the last unit on which they served prior to demobilisation.

01-Nov

AC2

BERRY, WILLIAM ARTHUR

206 Sqn.  Cairo War Memorial Cemetery

02-Nov

AC2

RICHARDSON, GEORGE

Bury Cemetery, Redvales

05-Nov

AC2

SELBY, WILLIAM

16th Balloon Base (Henfield).  Leeds (Harehills) Cemetery

05-Nov

Boy

COURT, T C

Finchley (Holy Trinity) Churchyard

10-Nov

Sgt

TREWINNARD, S E

Shenley (St Botolph) Churchyard

12-Nov

Pvt

BURRIDGE, W J

Southampton (Hollybrook) Cemetery

13-Nov

1AM

DOWNHAM, BERTIE

"P" Sect. (Halton Camp).  Brookwood Military Cemetery

13-Nov

Mem

SHARRARD, BEATRICE LILIAN

WRAF (Waitress).  Brighton and Preston Cemetery

15-Nov

2AM

MAMO, LORENZO

Spinola.  Addolorata Cemetery

15-Nov

3AM

CARDNO, A M

Aberdeen (Trinity) Cemetery

17-Nov

1AM

ROBINSON, JAMES WILLIAM

H.M.S. "President II".  Southend-on-Sea (Sutton Road) Cemetery

23-Nov

Pvt

McLEAN, DONALD

Glasgow Eastern Necropolis

25-Nov

1AM

HAWES, A H

Ash Cemetery

26-Nov

2AM

WILLIAMS, ROBERT

Abney Park Cemetery

28-Nov

3AM

FORSYTH, R J B

Brighton and Preston Cemetery

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