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Name, Rank & Service No. Unit, Regiment, Country of Service Date of Death Commemorated at
THOMAS GLADSTONE SIMPSON
Sergeant
Service Number: 831
26th Coy.
Australian Army Service Corps
Australian
Died 18 February 1918
37 years old
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. New part. 16. 13.
United Kingdom
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G A WREST
Sick Berth Attendant
Service Number: M5014 (PO)
H.M.S. "Bulwark."
Royal Navy
United Kingdom
Died 26 November 1914
20 years old
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. Last part. 3. 18.
United Kingdom
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N ROSS
Shoeing Smith
Service Number: 64494
51st Reserve Bty.
Royal Field Artillery
United Kingdom
Died 13 November 1918
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. Last part. 9. 25.
United Kingdom
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F ELMER
Sapper
Service Number: 98529
Royal Engineers
United Kingdom
Died 23 February 1920
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. Last part. 12. 6.
United Kingdom
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E THORNTON
Driver
Service Number: 126512
40th Reserve Bty.
Royal Field Artillery
United Kingdom
Died 05 January 1919
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. Last part. 10. 10.
United Kingdom
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W EDMONDSON
Private
Service Number: TR5/22298
6th Training Reserve Bn.
West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
United Kingdom
Died 13 February 1917
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. New part. 9. 25.
United Kingdom
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W FARNE
Driver
Service Number: 169884
63rd Div. Signal Coy.
Royal Engineers
United Kingdom
Died 02 November 1918
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. Last part. 9. 21.
United Kingdom
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F PATRICK
Telegraphist
Service Number: TynesideZ/11598
H.M. Drifter "Alaburn."
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
United Kingdom
Died 24 November 1918
BRAMLEY (ST. PETER) CHURCHYARD
Screen Wall. Last part. 10. 5.
United Kingdom
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