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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 G

GALE

E O
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GALLAGHER

H G
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GANT

H
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GARD

E T
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GARDINER

C W
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GARDINER

W R
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GARDNER

S M
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GARLIKE

G P
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GARRAD

S C
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GARRAWAY

R C
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GAY

D G
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GAY

W W
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GAYNER

C
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GAYNER

W J
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GEORGE

H J
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GEORGE

ME
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GEORGE, MM

E J
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GERRISH

E G
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GIBBONS

J B
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GIBBONS

N
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GIDDINGS

J H
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GIDDINGS

R J
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GILASBEY

A
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GILES

A
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GILES

H C
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GILES

J
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GILES

T
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GILLARD

W
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GILLARD

W C
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GIRDLESTONE

Morrell Andrew
Captain, 41st Dogras, Indian Army. Died 25 March 1915. Baptised 15 June 1879 at Bathampton, Somerset, son of Rev. Henry and Eliza Jane Girdlestone. In the 1891 census he was aged 11, a scholar, born Somerset, resident with his parents, Henry and Eliza Jane Girdlestone, at The Vicarage, Mount Pleasant, Bathampton, Bath, Somerset. Matriculated 1898, Magdalen College, Oxford University. Buried in CABARET-ROUGE BRITISH CEMETERY, SOUCHEZ, Pas de Calais, Frasnce. Plot XVII. Row A. Grave 44. See also Bath College

GLEESON

M
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GODWIN

A
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GODWIN

F C
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GOLDIE

G H
Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action 14 September 1914. Born 1 June 1888 in Oatikamund, India. Son of R.H. Goldie, of South Lawn, College Road, Bath. In the 1911 census he was aged 22, born 1889 in Oatikamund, India, resident Bhurtpore Barracks, South Tedworth, Hampshire. Married May Anderson at St Stephens, Bath. Passed out Royal Military College, 1906; Lieutenant 1907; Captain 1912. Educated Rugby School. No known grave. Commemorated on LA FERTE-SOUS-JOUARRE MEMORIAL, Seine-et-Marne, France. See also Bath College

GOLDIE

W M
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GOLDSWORTHY

S W
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GOODSON

F
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GOODSON

F T
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GORE-LANFTON, MC

M V
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GOULD

E W
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GOULD

G
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GRACE

F G
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GRANT

E J
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GRAY

G V
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GREENMAN

A W
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GRIFFIN

A H
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GRUBB

T
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GUMMER

A J
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GUNNING

S
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GUNNING

W
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GUNSTONE

F
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