126 Tag Results for died

Harry James Murney

“We watched the Germans advancing like a swarm of bees and nothing but a few scattered Algerian soldiers and our Brigade bomb throwers.."

Hersey Southworth Smith

Hersey Southworth Smith died in combat at Ypres, June 10, 1916.

Tom Nowell

As a married man of age forty, he was considerably older than the typical recruit.

Rogers Brothers

Brothers Ernest “Ernie” or “Ern” Arthur Rogers and Richard “Dick” Charles Rogers were companions in life, at war and in death.

Thomas Rayner

Thomas Rayner died at the Somme September 26, 1916.

William Alexander Allen

"This officer was only with us a short time, but he showed great promise. His death is greatly regretted.”

William James Martin

While repairing telephone wires during a bombardment at Lievin, he was instantly killed by a piece of an enemy high explosive shell.

William Mitchell

“To Mrs. E. Mitchell … Deeply regret inform you 406357 Pte. William Mitchell, infantry, officially reported killed in action April 12th, 1917.”

Green Family

Arthur Green, 19, and his father Moses Green, 44, his brother-in-law Percy Edwin Biggs, and his cousin Harold Farrar.

Stanley Perrie

Stanley sustained multiple shrapnel wounds throughout his body as well as skull fracture to the base of his skull.

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