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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

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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

Roger Douglas
Major, 2nd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Killed in action 13 October 1915. Aged 34. Son of Matthew Henry and Sarah Jane Scott, of 5, Lansdown Place West, Bath; husband of Muriel Wortley (nee Owen) Scott, of Grafton Place, Park Lane, Bath, married 1912. In the 1911 census he was aged 29, born Bombay, India, unmarried, serving overseas, Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, resident Verdala Barracks, Malta. In the 1891 census he was aged 9, born India, resident with his mother at Imperial Square, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Buried in DUD CORNER CEMETERY, LOOS, Pas de Calais, France. Plot IV. Row A. Grave 20. See also Bath College

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

Cyril Richmond
Captain, 101st Field Company, Royal Engineers. Killed in action 4 October 1915. Born 23 September 1885, baptised 16 October 1885 in Kolhapur, Bombay, India, son of Robert James and Jane Fances Shannon. In the 1911 census he was aged 25, born Kothapu, Bombay, India, unmarried, a Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, a boarder, resident 9 Alfred Place, Plymouth, Devon. In the 1901 census he was aged 15, born India, resident with his father, Robert J Shannon, in Abbey View House, Bath, Somerset. No known grave. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 4 and 5. See also Bath College

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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