Dennis Henry Maine-Tucker
Not sure about this but:
V.A.D. Mrs Alice Mary Yates https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/lifestory/4973296
and Mrs A Barker
Possible duplication - same service number and units0 votes
Shorthand Clerk to Mr. Hugh James O'Beirne of the Foreign Office. Lost on HMS Hampshire 5 June 1916.
Daisy is listed as British Army French Red Cross, (taken from her medal card)
This is incorrect, as she served as a Sister with the French Flag Nursing Corps, which was formed by the British Committee of the French Red Cross, from May 1915 - 1919. She is listed in the RCN Archive online in a number of instances. She is my Great Aunt, I have her medals and some documentation1 vote
Hugo Harold Preston (from Komgha, South Africa) served as a Private with the Kaffrarian Rifles in German South West Africa 1 Sept 1914 - 7 June 1915 and in Europe with the 1st SA Infantry (force number 13142) from 12 Mar 1917 to 8th April 1919. He was, for a time, a prisoner of war in Germany.
He was born September 22, 1895, and died August 21, 19681 vote
I have had no votes for about two years so it seems appropriate to me to suggest a Suffregette from our family hometown of Manchester.
Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst was an English campaigner for the suffragette movement, a prominent left communist and, later, an activist in the cause of anti-fascism. Wikipedia1 vote
New life story please William Harris - died on 4/8/17 https://www.cwgc.org/find-Countess of Marr born Witney, Oxfordshire so does not match
William Harris lived in Nuneham Courtenay in 1911. He was born in 1900.
true name gross1 vote
Private 89484 3rd RWF
Born 1900 in Halghton, Flintshire
I have a copy of his Service Record Card from Flintshire Record Office and have their permission to forward it to you for verification of his service, but for copyright reasons it is not to be used for publication. Please advise how this may be used, to create a Life Story page.1 vote
Captain George Montieth and his brothers Major Henry John Joseph Montieth, Major John Montieth, and Major Joseph Basil Lawrence Montieth
Can't find pages for any of these men. I did eventually find their brother Chaplain Rbt Montieth SJ. George and Henry are both mentioned in De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918 (pg 228 I think). All sons of Joseph Montieth. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Monteith_(Deputy_Lieutenant)
Would be grateful if you could list where I could find their pages- thanks!1 vote
joined the Royal Naval Air Service, a precursor of the RAF, in 1916, flying both fighters and bombers. His actions during an aerial battle on 23 January 1917 resulted in a Distinguished Service Cross for "conspicuous gallantry and enterprise": he suffered serious frostbite in that action.0 votes
" he made several public appearances to support the war effort after 1914 and sponsored a "bantam battalion" in 1915."
Apologies if you have him already.0 votes
New Life story please Nathan John Harris https://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?_phsrc=mjj12&_phstart=successSource&usePUBJs=true&ind1 vote
Please could you consider adding a serviceman so that I can populate his record:
Arthur Hedley Burnham, born Clipston, Northamptonshire
Enlisted 9th December 1915 as Service number 19616 Northamptonshire Regiment. 21st November 1917
Transferred to service number 480527 Labour Corp, 682nd Agriculture Corp.
The evidence for the above are his British Army Service Records.
Many Thanks,3 votes
I cannot find this man on 'Lives' https://search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=gbm%2fcwgc%2frollofhonour%2f000251302
He also has a CWGC record & entry on Register of Soldiers Effects.
Cynthia Budd1 vote
I have looked for him using a number of possible terms but keep on coming up blank. Can you please add Lt Col Ronald John Weston cwgc link: https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/909748/weston,-ronald-john/
Thank you.0 votes
home service - rfn lancashire fusiliers / gnr rfa1 vote
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