10th Battalion - Roll of Honour Listing

10th Battalion - Roll of Honour Listing

Postby kerchi » Tue Jan 01, 2013 8:18 pm

The following list has been compiled using the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database and the publication Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-19: The Border Regiment, which without, this listing would not have been possible.

As there are several thousand casualties for the entire regiment between these two sources, the number of casualties currently listed here for this battalion does not necessarily reflect the total number casualties due to the possibility of 1. missed names and 2. casualties that were associated with the Border Regiment. In other words officers and other ranks attached to the Battalion that have currently not been included.

The details of the following men will be included in a separate listing in the 10th Battalion Roll of Honour topic.


Barron, Louis (Lieut.)
Bell, Francis Richard Lowry (2nd Liuet.)
Cook, Frederick James (Captain)
Cruickshank, Donald Edward (2nd Lieut.)
Hodgson, John Charles (Captain)
Kirby, Sidney Henry (2nd Lieut.)
Lester, Ernest Charles (Lieut.)
Lucas, Percival Drewett (2nd Lieut.)
Pitt, Bernard (2nd Lieut.)
Rhodes, John Kenneth (2nd Lieut.)
Salusbury, Norman Horace Pemberton (2nd. Lieut.)

Other Ranks
Adamson, John (28633 Pte.)
Bousted, William Wallace (23503 Pte.)
Colburn, Stephen Albert (25331 L/Cpl.)
Currah, Fred (23691 Pte.)
Forbes, David Tyson (11961 Pte.)
Reeve, Frank Herbert (23240 Pte.)
Smith, Thomas Hyde (16897 Cpl.)
Smith, Edward (8308 Sgt.)
Tindall, Herbert (23450 Pte.)
Willis, John C., (16182 Pte.)
In memory of John Bardgett (15309 L/Cpl.), 11th Border Regiment who died 1st July 1916.

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