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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 M

MACKENZIE, DSO, CdeG

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MALIN

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MANNERS

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MARCH

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MARCHANT

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MARCHANT

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MARKER

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MARSH

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MARSHMAN

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MARTIN

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MASLEN

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MASON

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MASON

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MATTHEWS

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MATTHEWS

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MAUD, DSO

Charles Carus
[Added later] Captain, 1st Battalion, Prince Alberts' (Somerset Light Infantry). Died 19 December 1914. Aged 39. Son of the late Col. William Sherer Maud, R.E., of Milton House, Bournemouth. Awarded the Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.). Buried in PLOEGSTEERT WOOD MILITARY CEMETERY, Hainaut, Belgium. Plot II. Row B. Grave 2. See also Bath College

Extract from The Bond of Sacrifice Volume 1:

CAPTAIN CHARLES CARUS MAUD, D.S.O., 1st BATTN. PRINCE ALBERT'S (SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY), who was killed in action on the 19th December, 1914, was the youngest son of the late Colonel William Slaver Maud, R.E., and of Mrs. Maud, of Milton House, Bournemouth.He was born on the 15th January, 1875, and joined the Somerset Light Infantry from the Militia in January, 1896, becoming Lieutenant in 1899. He took part in the South African War. being present at operations in the Transvaal in March and April, 1902, receiving the Queen's medal with two clasps.

From December, 1902, to September, 1904, he was employed with the West African Frontier Force, and in 1903 took part in the Kano-Sokoto Campaign, for which he received the medal with clasp ; and also in operations in the district east of Zaria. He was promoted Captain in February, 1904, and in that year took part in the Sokoto-Burmi operations, for which he was mentioned in Despatches ("London Gazette," 24th January, 1905), and was awarded the D.S.O.

In 1908 he was in the Soudan, and was present at operations in the Jebel Nyima district of Southern Kordofan, for which he received the Egyptian medal with clasp, and was awarded the Medjidieh, 4th class..

Extract from The V.C. and D.S.O. Book Vol.II:

MAUD, CHARLES CARUS, Capt., born 15 Jan. 1875, youngest son of the late Lieut.-Colonel William Sheres Maud, R.E., and Mrs. W. S. Maud, of Milton House, Bournemouth. He was educated at Wellington, and received his commission in the Somerset Light Infantry from the Militia 6 Jan. 1896, and became Lieutenant 12 Jan. 1899. He served during the South African War, 1902, taking part in the operations in the Transvaal. March and April, 1902, and received the Queen’s Medal with two clasps. He served in West Africa (Northern Nigeria), 1903; during the Kano-Sokoto Campaign, taking part in the operations in the district of the east of Zaria; received Medal with clasp. He was promoted Captain 3 Feb. 1904; took part in the Sokoto-Burmi operations; was mentioned in Despatches ondon Gazette, 24 Jan. 1905], and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order ondon Gazette, 25 Aug. 1905]: “Charles Carus Maud, Capt., The Prince Albert’s (Somerset Light Infantry). For services during operations in Northern Nigeria, 1903-4.” In the Sudan, in 1908, Capt. Maud took part in the operations in the Jebal Nyima District of Southern Kordofan, and was awarded the Egyptian Medal with clasp, and the 4th Class Medjidie. He was also mentioned in Despatches. Capt. Maud was killed in action 19 Dec. 1914.

MAXWELL, DSO, MC

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MAY

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MAY

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McCRAE

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McKEAN

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MEAD

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MEALING

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MEEHAN

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MEIRIS

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MEISTER

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MELLS

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MEMBERY

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MERCHANT

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MERCHANT

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MILES

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MILES

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MILES

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MILES

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MILES

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MILLARD

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MILLARD

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MILLER

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MILLETT

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MILLS

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MILSOM

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MILSOM

Sidney
Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own). Killed in action 30 July 1915. Aged 29. Baptised 24 April 1886 resident Woodlands, Swainswick, Somerset. Son of Francis Henry and Agnes Mary Milsom, of Audley Lodge, Bath. No known grave. Commemorated onYPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 46 - 48 and 50. See also Bath College

MINCHIN

Herbert Charles Loder
Lieutenant, 125th Napier's Rifles, Indian Army. Died 20 December 1914. Aged 24. Born Bath, Somerset. Son of Carrie J Minchin, of 4, Sion Place, Bath Hill, Bath, nephew of Rev. C. H. Minchin, of The Rectory, Woodstock, Oxon; brother of M. H. Minchin of 45 Sikhs. His estate upon probate was worth Rupees 804 5 7. In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Bath, 2nd Lieutenant, single, unattached to a regiment, with the Overseas Miltary in Rawalpindi, Punjab, India. No known grave. Commemorated on NEUVE-CHAPELLE MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 14. See also Bath College

MISSEN

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MITCHELL

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MITCHELL

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MITCHELL

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MOGER

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MOGER

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MONTAGUE

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MORGAN

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MORGAN

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MORGAN

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MORRIS

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MORRIS

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MORRIS

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MORRIS

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MORRIS

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MORRIS

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MORRIS

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MORRISON

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MOXHAM

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MULLINS

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MUNDY

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MURRAY

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