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18th Hussars (Queen Marys Own)

30th Aug 1914 Worst is Over

20th Oct 1914 Entrenching

22nd Dec 1914 Motor 'Buses at War

16th June 1917 Pioneers setting up and move

17th June 1917 Church services and Pioneer Battalion action

18th June 1917 Exercise and routine

20th June 1917 Routine and Pioneers Works in front line

21st June 1917 Routine and Pioneer actions

22nd June 1917 Further Casualties in Pioneer Battalion

23rd June 1917 Routine and ongoing Pioneers Activities

24th June 1917 Musketry course and Pioneer activity

25th June 1917 Final Assault Course and Pioneer Activities

26th June 1917 Routine and Casting Inspection. Pioneer work continues

27th June 1917 Routine and Pioneer work and move

28th June 1917 Routine

29th June 1917 Routine and Pioneers inspection

30th June 1917 Routine and Ongoing Pioneer activity

1st July 1917 Routine and Pioneer Activity

2nd July 1917 Routing and Ongoing Pioneer Activity

3rd July 1917 Routine and Pioneer activity

4th July 1917 Routine and Inspection with Pioneers to new billets

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9th July 1917 Routine and Unit Moves

10th July 1917 Routine and Working Parties Activity

11th July 1917 Routine and Working Parties Activity

12th July 1917 Hotchkiss Courses and Working Party Activity

13th July 1917 Routine Working Parties and movement orders

14th July 1917 Routine and rejoin of working parties

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Pte David Halliday 18th (Queen Mary's Own) Hussars (d.21st May 1915)

David Halliday served with the 18th (Queen Mary's Own) Hussars, he was aged 19 when he died on 21st May 1915. On the 1911 census, David Halliday age 15 Miner Pony Driver in Colliery is listed as living with his widowed father Thomas Halliday and his older brothers George and Rees Halliday at 65 Franklin Street, Jarrow. He was born, lived and enlisted Jarrow. Son of Thomas Halliday and the late Rachel Halliday (nee Dobson) his older brothers George and Rees Halliday were also of the fallen.

David is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial and is commemorated on a Scroll with 3 names at the Baptist Church in Jarrow.

Vin Mullen

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