He is listed as one of five who worked for Abingdon Ecco Ltd, Tyseley who died out of 57 who enlisted from the company.
Prior to the war, he was articled to an architect and surveyor.
Richard Williams M 47 Groom at orphanage b Ford, Salop Elizabeth Williams M 46 b Shrewsbury Bertha Williams 16 b Atterbury Janet Williams 7 b Drayton Bassett William Alfred Williams 5 b Perry Barr rowland murray wilson-browne Rowland Murray Wilson-Browne was born.
His parents were Edward and Maria Jane White.(GCS) He has no known grave and was commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli Oswald Watson was commemorated on the St Michaels Church, Boldmere, Roll of Honour (Graham Jennings) Army Medal Roll He was awarded the Victory and British Medals F/101 B6 page 621 and.He was posted on to France.1911 census Higher Nynehead, Somerset Living in the household of Thomas Coles 49, farm hand Raymond Woodward U 21 Gamekeeper b Birmingham 1901 census Bulls Lane, Wishaw William Woodward M 49 Gamekeeper b Crowle, Worcs Mary Woodward M 45 b Connington, Herts Arthur Woodward U .1901 census Overdale, Tudor Hill, Sutton Coldfield Arthur E Wilson Browne M 35 Tin plate manufacturer owner b Birmingham Camilla Wilson Browne M 28 b Watford Roland M Wilson Browne 4 b Perry Barr Agnes Wilson Browne 2 b Sutton Coldfield Alice Beddard .Lea Marston Golf is a great place to enjoy and learn the sport of Golf, with our floodlit golf driving range, making the perfect place to practice, meet up with friends and refine your swing.Adderley Restaurant, or the relaxed surroundings of, no contact after casual sex hathaways bar.He enlisted with the Coldstream Guards - Private 11140 He died in 1920 aged 23 The death of Frank Warwood was registered June 1920 Meriden Warwickshire 6d 625 The circumstances of his death were not discovered.




Their father, Jarvis, died in 1936.Cornelius and Fred both fought in that battle.12 Squadron were bombing the junction and rail bridge at Aubigny - Au- Bac escorted by 23 Squadron.Contents, accident circumstances edit, headed by a, lMS Class 5 4-6-0 steam locomotive No 45274, the 12:15 York to Bristol express, consisting of ten carriages, approached.Letters were sent from the army to his mother stating that he was killed in action on He died in the field from a gun -shot wound to the shoulder.It was the leader of the fourth flotilla in May 1916, directly supported by the Grand Fleet.



He was awarded the Victory and British Medals OFF/57 page 118 and the 1915 Star Medal L/10B2 page 785 He entered France on is card is annotated Mrs Frances Robinson on behalf of Mrs Westwood applies for medals 7 February 1921.
His parents owned a green grocery shop on Lower Parade, Sutton Coldfield.

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