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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 S

SALISBURY

W B

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SALTER

A L

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SANDALL

F J

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SANSOME

H E

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SANTS

H W

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SAUNDERS

H R

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SAUNDERS

L

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SAUNDERS

W H

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SAXTY

H C

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SCOTT

A J

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SCOTT

F H

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SCOTT

R D

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SCOVELL

E E

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SCUDAMORE

H G

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SCUDAMORE

R

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SEAGER

J B

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SEAGER

S J A

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SEAL

T W

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SEALY

L A

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SEERS

A E

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SELF

E

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SELF

S

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SELF

W A

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SELLICK

G E

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SELMAN

C F

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SETTLE, DSO, MC

R H

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SETTLE, DSO, MC

R H N

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SEYMOUR

T H

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SHANNON

C R

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SHEARD

W A

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SHEPHERD

A C

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SHEPHERD

G O

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SHEPHERD

P P

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SHEPHERD

R S

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SHEPPARD

H G

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SHEPPARD

S E

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SHERBORNE

W

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SHINNER

A J D

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SHIP

C

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SHIPP

H T

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SHORNEY

E W

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SHORTMAN

I

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SILCOX

Baylis

Served with the Royal Irish Regiment in the Balkans at this time he was a Corporal. He was then attached to the Royal Dublin Fusiliers with the Rank of Second Lieutenant, serving in Jerusalem in the then Palestine - he was mentioned in Despatches on 27th November 1917 and killed in action on the 29th December 1917. He is buried in position F29 near the Caretakers Cottage. He had been a Silversmith and Antique Dealers Assistant before the war.

SIMMONDS

J B

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SIMMONS

R A

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SIMMONS

W S

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SIMPKINS

S L

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SIMS

G H

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SKINNER

H

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SKINTON

J

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SLACKSTONE

T G

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SLIP

J W

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SLIPP

W J

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SMALE

J D

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SMART

J S

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SMITH

A

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SMITH

A G

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SMITH

A S

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SMITH

B R

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SMITH

E

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SMITH

F M

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SMITH

F W C

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SMITH

H

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SMITH

H

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SMITH

H G

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SMITH

H W

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SMITH

H W

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SMITH

J

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SMITH

J

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SMITH

L L

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SMITH

R

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SMITH

R E

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SMITH

R H

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SMITH

R M

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SMITH

T B

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SMITH

W H

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SMITH

W M

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SMITH

W R

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SMITH, MM

R

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SNAPE

F W

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SNOOK

T

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SNOOK

William

Private 22530, 1st Battalion, Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry). Killed in action 9 August 1916. Born and enlisted Bath. Buried in ESSEX FARM CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot III. Row B. Grave 32.

SNOW

A

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SOUTHWELL

L V

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SOWDEN

A E

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SPILLANE

W E

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SPILLET

E G

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SPOTTISWOODE

J

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SPURGE

A C G

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SPURRELL

C

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SPURWAY

A E

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STACEY

F J

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STAFFORD

R C

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STAMP

A W

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START

L E

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STEBBING

S J A

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STEVENS

F

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STEVENS

F E

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STEVENS

J

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STIBY

F J

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STICKLAND

W C

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STILES

S T

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STOAKE

W

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STOCK

A

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STOCK

W F

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STOKES

F J

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STONE

A

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STONE

F

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STONE

G

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STONE

G

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STONE

W L

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STONE

W P

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STOTT

G

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STOYLE

A W

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STRAIGHT

R N

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STREET

T A

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STRONG

A W

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STRONG

G H

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STUDLEY

G H W

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SUMNER

H A

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SUTTON

MG J

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SUTTON

R A

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SWAIN

H J T

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SYDENHAM

H J

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SYDENHAM

H J

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SYMONS

C A

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Last updated 10 November, 2016

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