112 Tag Results for killed

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.

Albert Cusworth Townsend

“It was only a small piece not much larger than the top of the little finger, but it must of cut an artery in the stomach.”

Carey Brothers

Benjamin Hayes Carey was the only brother who didn't come home.

Gillespie Brothers

Lieutenant-Colonel Robert raised the 226th Battalion and brought it to England, only to see it broken up.

Macfie Brothers

Roy, Arthur, and John Macfie

Howard Vincent Pickering

His gravesite is unknown, but his name is inscribed on the Menin Gate, South Face, Panel 30, Ypres Belgium.

Viking Battalion

It was unusual for the Icelandic soldiers to be commissioned — only 3 percent of those who enlisted were named officers.

Laurence Edward Fry

On or about August 11th during heavy fighting at the village of Hallu, Laurie was mortally wounded.

James Aitchison

The grimness of his own situation led him to fear that 1916 would be the ruin of not just himself, but his entire family.

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