10th Battalion Roll of Honour

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Re: 10th Battalion Roll of Honour

Postby kerchi » Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:18 am

NAME....................John C. Willis
RANK....................Private
NUMBER..................16182
BATTALION...............10th Battalion Border Regiment
COMPANY.................
ENLISTED................Darwen, Lancashire (resident in Blackburn, Lancashire at time of enlistment)
COUNTRY OF SERVICE......United Kingdom
WHERE DIED..............Home
HOW DIED................d.
AGE.....................22
DATE OF DEATH...........3rd September 1915
CASUALTY TYPE...........Commonwealth War Dead
GRAVE REF...............R. CE. 3548.
RESTING PLACE...........Blackburn Cemetery
ADDITIONAL INFO.........Son of Arthur A. and Sarah E. Willis, of 27 Daisy St., Blackburn, Lancashire.
SOURCE & NOTES..........CWGC, SDGW
In memory of John Bardgett (15309 L/Cpl.), 11th Border Regiment who died 1st July 1916.

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