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Surname:ABBOTT, Alfred
Initials:A
Rank:Private
Serial No:201748
Battalion:4th Reserve
Cemetery or Memorial:Leicester (Welford Road) Cemetery
Country:United Kingdom
How Died:Died
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot E1 Row C Grave 406
Date of Death:3 February 1917
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:25
Born:Leicester
Enlisted:Leicester
Family Details:

Son of James Abbott, of 31, Kempson Rd., Aylestone Park, Leicester.


  
Surname:ABBOTT, George Stephen
Initials:G S
Rank:Private
Serial No:10175
Battalion:1st
Cemetery or Memorial:Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
Country:Belgium
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Panel 33
Date of Death:19 June 1915
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:24
Born:Clerkenwell, Middlesex
Enlisted:Stratford, Essex
Resident:Euston, London
Family Details:

Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Abbott, of 22, Sidmouth St., Gray's Inn Rd., King's Gross, London.


  
Surname:ABBOTT, Job
Initials:J
Rank:Private
Serial No:16337
Battalion:2nd
Cemetery or Memorial:Loos Memorial
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Panel 42 to 44
Date of Death:25 September 1915
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:34
Born:Hinckley
Enlisted:Leicester
Family Details:

Son of Job and Mary Abbott, of 21, Spring Gardens, Hinckley, Leicestershire.


  
Surname:ABBOTT, Lionel Pilkington
Initials:L P
Rank:Lieutenant
Battalion:7th
Cemetery or Memorial:Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz
Country:France
How Died:Died
Grave or Memorial Reference:Special memorial 18
Date of Death:14 July 1916
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:28
Family Details:

Son of the Rev. Arthur Abbott and Lucy Blanche Abbott, of Corby Vicarage, Grantham.

Comments:

There are now 1,568 Commonwealth servicemen of the First World War buried or commemorated in this cemetery. 416 of the burials are unidentified but there are special memorials to 36 casualties known or believed to be buried among them, and nine buried in Mametz Wood Cemetery whose graves were destroyed by shell fire.


  
Surname:ABELL, Albert Arthur
Initials:A A
Rank:Private
Serial No:4986
Battalion:1st/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot I Row A Grave 41
Date of Death:14 April 1916
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Wigston Magna
Enlisted:Leicester
Resident:Wigston Magna
Comments:

Spelt ABELL on CWGC and ABEL on SDGW


  
Surname:ABELL, Thomas
Initials:T
Rank:Private
Serial No:27791
Battalion:7th
Cemetery or Memorial:Le Cateau Military Cemetery
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot V Row B Grave 7
Date of Death:29 March 1918
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:24
Born:Leicester
Enlisted:Leicester
Family Details:

Son of Joseph and Hannah Abell, of 12, Poplar Avenue, Leicester.


  
Surname:ABELS, Percy
Initials:P
Rank:Lance Corporal
Serial No:6617
Battalion:2nd
Cemetery or Memorial:Loos Memorial
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Panel 42 to 44
Date of Death:25 September 1915
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:31
Born:St Pancras, Middlesex
Enlisted:Leicester
Resident:Tottenham, Middlesex

  
Surname:ABLETT, Thomas
Initials:T
Rank:Private
Serial No:242239
Battalion:6th
Cemetery or Memorial:Pozieres Memorial
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Panel 29 and 30
Date of Death:23 March 1918
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:38
Born:Bermondsey, Surrey
Enlisted:Rotherhithe, Surrey
Family Details:

Husband of Elizabeth Ablett, of 8, Africa Place, Prospect St., Rotherhithe, London.


  
Surname:ABRAHAMS, Joseph Edward Dammon
Initials:J E D
Rank:Private
Serial No:5560
Battalion:2nd
Cemetery or Memorial:Le Touret Memorial
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Panel 11
Date of Death:15 May 1915
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Bradford, Yorkshire
Enlisted:Leeds
Resident:Leicester

  
Surname:ABRAM, George William
Initials:G W
Rank:Private
Serial No:15980
Battalion:7th
Cemetery or Memorial:Dantzig Alley British Cemetery, Mametz
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot V Row M Grave 4
Date of Death:12 July 1916
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:36
Born:Widnes, Lancashire
Enlisted:Warrington, Lancashire
Resident:Widnes, Lancashire
Family Details:

Son of Thomas and Anne Abram; husband of Martha Annels (formerly Abram), of 47, Foster St., Widnes.


  
Surname:ABRAMS, Alfred
Initials:A
Rank:Private
Serial No:8985
Battalion:2nd
Cemetery or Memorial:Lillers Communal Cemetery
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot III Row A Grave 15
Date of Death:16 March 1915
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Allsaints, Staffordshire
Enlisted:Leicester
Resident:Birmingham

  
Surname:ACASTER, John William Ralph
Initials:J W R
Rank:Private
Serial No:9830
Battalion:2nd
Cemetery or Memorial:Le Touret Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'avoue
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot I Row G Grave 6
Date of Death:11 February 1915
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Chelsea, Middlesex
Enlisted:Leicester
Resident:Maida Hill, London

  
Surname:ACKROYD, James
Initials:J
Rank:Lance Corporal
Serial No:15997
Battalion:7th
Cemetery or Memorial:Ghissignies British Cemetery
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Row/Plot B Grave 40
Date of Death:7 November 1918
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Great Bowden, Leicestershire
Enlisted:Market Harborough, Leicestershire

  
Surname:ADAM, Gerald Wallace
Initials:G W
Rank:Second Lieutenant
Battalion:attached 13th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment
Cemetery or Memorial:Archangel Memorial
Country:Russian Federation
How Died:Died
Date of Death:10 August 1919
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:20
Family Details:

Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace Adam, of Heaton Moor, Stockport.


  
Surname:ADAMS, Archibald
Initials:A
Rank:Lance Corporal
Serial No:40567
Battalion:1st
Cemetery or Memorial:Bethune Town Cemetery
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot VI Row A Grave 16
Date of Death:28 November 1916
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:21
Enlisted:Leicester
Resident:Kilworth, Leicestershire
Family Details:

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Adams, of White St., Kibworth Beauchamp, Leicester.


  
Surname:ADAMS, Frederick Charles
Initials:F C
Rank:Private
Serial No:40212
Battalion:8th
Cemetery or Memorial:Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'abbe
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot IV Row I Grave 56
Date of Death:29 September 1916
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Brasted, Kent
Enlisted:Tonbridge, Kent

  
Surname:ADAMS, Frederick Thomas Adams
Initials:F T A
Rank:Private
Serial No:5971
Battalion:3rd/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Navestock (St. Thomas) Churchyard
Country:United Kingdom
How Died:Died
Grave or Memorial Reference:In North-East part of new ground
Date of Death:19 or 20 April 1916
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:35
Born:Stanstead, Hertfordshire
Enlisted:Warley, Essex
Resident:Navestock, Essex
Family Details:

Son of Thomas Frederick and Hannah Adams, of Little Marlow, Bucks.


  
Surname:ADAMS, Harry
Initials:H
Rank:Private
Serial No:14417
Battalion:2nd/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Mendinghem Military Cemetery
Country:Belgium
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot VI Row C Grave 25
Date of Death:30 September 1917
Conflict:World War 1
Born:New Whitington, Derbyshire
Enlisted:Chesterfield, Derbyshire

  
Surname:ADAMS, John
Initials:J
Rank:Lance Corporal
Serial No:200129
Battalion:1st/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Lapugnoy Military Cemetery
Country:France
How Died:Died of wounds
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot VIII Row E Grave 32
Date of Death:29 April 1918
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:23
Born:Anstey, Leicestershire
Enlisted:Anstey, Leicestershire
Family Details:

Son of Edward and Mary Ann Adams, of Cropstone Rd., Anstey, Leicester.


  
Surname:ADAMS, Percy
Initials:P
Rank:Private
Serial No:25747
Battalion:7th
Cemetery or Memorial:Thiepval Memorial
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Pier and Face 2 C and 3 A
Date of Death:24 September 1916
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:25
Born:Gresley, Derbyshire
Enlisted:Coalville, Leicestershire
Resident:Albert Village, Leicestershire
Family Details:

Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Adams, of 119, Occupation Rd., Church Gresley, Burton-on-Trent.


  
Surname:ADAMS, Tom
Initials:T
Rank:Acting Company Serjeant Major
Serial No:200863
Battalion:1st/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Bellicourt British Cemetery
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Special memorial A 12
Date of Death:27 September 1918
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:34
Born:South Croxton, Leicestershire
Enlisted:Leicester
Resident:South Croxton, Leicestershire
Family Details:

Son of Tom and Mary Adams, of South Croxton, Leicestershire; husband of Amy Adams, of 77, Carley St., Leicester.

Comments:

313 of the burials are unidentified but there are special memorials to 21 casualties known or believed to be buried among them.


  
Surname:ADAMS, Walter
Initials:W
Rank:Private
Serial No:40473
Battalion:2nd/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Arras Memorial
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Bay 5
Date of Death:25 March 1918
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Swadlincote, Derbyshire
Enlisted:Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Resident:Woodville, Derbyshire

  
Surname:ADCOCK, Arthur Sidney
Initials:A S
Rank:Private
Serial No:39146
Battalion:8th
Cemetery or Memorial:Tyne Cot Memorial
Country:Belgium
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Panel 50 to 51
Date of Death:10 October 1917
Conflict:World War 1
Born:Shirbeck Quarter, Lincolnshire
Enlisted:Bourne, Lincolnshire
Resident:Boston, Lincolnshire
Previous Service:258723, Royal Army Service Corps

  
Surname:ADCOCK, Collin
Initials:C
Rank:Private
Serial No:201691
Battalion:1st/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Bienvillers Military Cemetery
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Plot VI Row C Grave 3
Date of Death:6 March 1917
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:20
Born:Wooleston, Northamptonshire
Enlisted:Leicester
Family Details:

Son of Kate Adcock, of 106, Welford Rd., Leicester, and the late R. M. Adcock.


  
Surname:ADCOCK, Ernest Walter
Initials:E W
Rank:Private
Serial No:2176
Battalion:1st/4th
Cemetery or Memorial:Loos Memorial
Country:France
How Died:Killed in action
Grave or Memorial Reference:Panel 42 to 44
Date of Death:13 October 1915
Conflict:World War 1
Age at Death:24
Born:St George's, Leicester
Enlisted:Leicester
Family Details:

Son of the late Thomas Adcock, of 49, St. George St., Leicester.

Previous Service:Served five years in R.N. (Stoker).

  

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