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BATH WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 & Post WW2 - Detailed information
Compiled and Copyright © Terry Morgan 2008

WORLD WAR 1
SURNAMES C

CADBY

J
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CALVERT

A C
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CAMERY

C
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CAMPBELL

C
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CANN

W
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CAPERTON

C S
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CAREY

A H
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CAREY

S H
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CARLESS

H V
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CARLISLE

H
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CARPENTER

A E
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CARPENTER

E F
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CARPENTER

E S
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CARPENTER

H
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CARR

R C
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CARTER

C
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CARTHEW

J W
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CASE

M V
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CASS

S W
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CAVELL

T J
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CHALKER

E
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CHAMBERLAIN

S
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CHAMPION

A J
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CHAMPION

T H
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CHARLTON

F G O
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CHEESEMAN

F A
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CHESTERMAN

H T
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CHINA

F G
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CHITTEM

W E
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CHIVERS

A L
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CHIVERS

H
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CHIVERS

J S
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CHORLEY

W E
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CHUN

C J
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CHURCH

D
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CHURCH

E W
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CLACK

C
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CLARK

E L
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CLARK

F H
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CLARK

H
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CLARK

H J
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CLARK

N H
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CLARK

R P
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CLARK

S
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CLARKE

F J
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CLAVEY

A
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CLEALL

A E
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CLEAVER

F H
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CLEMENS

T F
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CLEVERLEY

S
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CLIFFORD

W
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COBB

A E
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CODRINGTON

E
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COLLETT

A T
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COLLIER

G J H
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COLLINS

G
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COLLINS

R
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COLLINS, MM

G J
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COLSTON

A E
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COMPTON

O W
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CONNETT

W R
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COOK

R L
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COOK

T
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COOK

W T
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COOKE

H F
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COOMBE

E H
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COOMBS

H W
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COOTE

T E
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COTTELL

E J
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COTTELL

James Norman

Private 103103, 55th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of wounds received in action 9 May 1918. Aged 24. Born and resident Widcombe, Somerset, enlisted Bath. Son of Henry Thomas and Emily Elizabeth Cottell, of Temperance Hall, Widcombe, Bath. In the 1911 census he was age 16, born Bath, Somerset, resident with his widowed father, Henry Thomas Cottrell, at Temperance Hall, Claverton Street, Bath, Somerset. In the 1901 census he was aged 6, born Bath, Somerset, resident with his parents, Henry Thomas and Emily E Cottrell at Temperance Hall, Claverton Street, Bath, Somerset. When he attested, 23 October 1915, at Southampton, he was employed as an Indoor Servant/Clerk, aged 21 years 6 months, born Widicombe, Somerset, unmarried, height 5 feet 9 inches, chest size 37 inches, next of kin was his widowed father Henry J Cottrell. Buried in PERNOIS BRITISH CEMETERY, HALLOY-LES-PERNOIS, Somme, France. Plot I. Row C. Grave 13. See also Bath, St. John Ambulance

COTTLE

F C
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COTTLE

J
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COTTLE

T E
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COURTNEY

C Q
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COWLEY

F W
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COX

A
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COX

F
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COX

G W
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COX

H
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COX

H S
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COX

W C
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CREASE

L W
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CREECH

W J R
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CREW

S W
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CRISP

A H
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CRISP

F G
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CROCKER

R A
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CROOME

F G
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CROSS

A E
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CROSS

W V
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CROWDEN

E G
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CROWLEY

G F
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CRUMP

A W
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CRUTTWELL

H L
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CRYER

G
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CRYER

P
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CUDLIP

F
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CULVERHOUSE

W F S
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CULVERWELL

F D
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CURTIS

A A
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CURTIS

H
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CURTIS

R
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CURTIS

W
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