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Joseph H. S . from Jarrow
Joseph H. S---? is commemorated on the Palmer Cenotaph (north face) Jarrow. With the names of those who worked at the Jarrow Shipyard, can anyone help with further information?Vin Mullen
Pte. Samuel Sabongidda . West African Frontier Force 3rd Btn. Nigerian Regiment (d.27th Jul 1917)
Samuel Sabongidda served with the 3rd Battalion, Nigerian Regiment, West African Frontier Force during WW1. He was executed for violence on the 27th July 1917. His name is on the Calabar Memorial in Nigeria.S Flynn
Lottie Elizabeth Saddington . VAD from Market Deeping, Lincs
This is a photograph of my grandmother Lottie Elizabeth Saddington taken during the first world war about 1916. She was a Vad nurse during this time. She was born in 1898, Market Deeping Lincolnshire. Her brother William Saddington was killed in France in 1914. I don't know which hospital Lottie served in, maybe Leicester. I am trying to find out more information.Ray Northedge
Pte. Arthur "Sagger" Saddler . British Army 6th Btn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry from Normanton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire
(d.5th Aug 1915)
Private Saddler left a 2-year-old child and pregnant wife to fight for his country. All we know after that is that he went to France in May 1915 and died on August 5th of that year. No further details and do not know where to go from here. He was a hero in our eyes.
He is buried at Bedford House Cemetery, West Vlaanderen, Belgium.Stuart Sadler
Pte. Evan Robert Sadler . British Army 2nd Btn. Welsh Regiment from Edmondstown, Llantrisant
(d.28th Oct 1914)
In October 1914, Evan's regiment was entrenched in the area of Ypres in Belgium at Gheluvelt. On the 27th October 1914 some members of the regiment found two gondolas in a lake nearby and decided to have a race in them across the lake, whereby they were bombarded by the Germans. The following day the Germans attacked the lines of the Welsh Regiment. This attack was repelled and the Welshmen counter-attacked. 514 men were killed.
Evan Sadler died from his wounds on the following day 28th October 1914. He is buried at Ypres Cemetery Extension. He left a wife and a daughter who was born 2 months after his death. His name is recorded on De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1924.
I have no knowledge of the whereabouts of a photo of him, but would like to trace one. Evan would be a cousin of mine.William Knight
Sgt. Clemitt Harrison Saint . British Army 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry
served with 18th DLI & att 13th Corps School
Pte. Alfred Henry Salisbury . British Army 17th Battalion Middlesex Regiment from Brixton
(d.13th Nov 1916)Jan Rayner
Pte. Ernest Lewis Salkeld . British Army 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry
Pte. Gerald Salkeld . British Army 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry
Pte. Henry Salkeld . 16665 10th Battalion Durham Light Infantry from Stanley, Co Durham
(d.16th Sep 1916)
Henry Salkeld died aged 29. He was my grandfather, he has a grave at the A.I.F Burial Ground, Grass Lane, Flers, France.
His older brother Thomas as he was also a soldier in the Northumberland Fusiliers. He died aged 32 on 1/7/1916. Thomas is commemorated at Thiepval.Karen Bonollo
A/L/Sgt Thomas Salkeld . British Army 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry
Pte. Thomas Salmon . British Army 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment from Kersey, Suffolk
Rifleman Herbert William Salt . British Army 2/16 London Regt (Queen's Westminster Riflles) from 79 Manor Road, Brockley
Pte. H. Salter . British Army 6th Btn. East Lancashire Regiment (d.11th Dec 1915)
Private H Salter served with the 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. He was executed for desertion on the 11th December 1915 age 24 and buried in Green Hill Cemetery in Gallipoli, Turkey.S Flynn
G. F. Saltern . Royal Naval Division Nelson BtnRay Hart
Stoker. George Salthouse . Royal Navy HMS Invincible from 47 Lily Street, Hartlepool
(d.31st May 1916)
George Salthouse was born in Hartlepool on the 31st of March 1896, the son of Matthew Salthouse. He was killed in action during the Battle of Jutland.
CoyQMSgt. John Evan Salusbury . British Army 13th Btn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers from Denbigh
(d.23rd April 1918)
John was the son of Thomas Walter and Esther Mary Salusbury; husband of Mary Owen Salusbury, 1 Bridge Street, Rhyl.Richard Roberts
L/Sgt. Richard Ernest Salusbury . British Army 14th Btn. King's Royal Rifle Corps from Denbigh
(d.20th March 1915)
Richard was the son of Thomas Walter Salusbury and Mary Esther Salusbury; his brother was John Evan Salusbury who also fell.Richard Roberts
Pte. Alexander Sambridge . British Army 1st Btn. Royal Berkshire Regiment from Newcastle upon Tyne
(d.8th Oct 1918)
Alexander Sambridge (Sambidge) was my father's brother. I began researching his history in 2013 and came across a beautiful card, with French lace and embroidered lilac flowers and the sentiment "To My Dear Mother". The card reads: "I send my best wishes to you all at home and a bright and happy Xmas. Love to you all. From your loving son, Alex"
Alexander is buried in Forenville Military Cemetery in Nord, France.I am very glad to have learned about my uncle's wartime service. It has allowed me to say "Thank you" to him; he was a young man with his whole life ahead of him.Lilian Reed
Pte. Albert Sambucci . British Army 11th Btn. Royal Sussex Regiment from Brighton
(d.3rd Jun 1916)
My grandad Albert Sambucci was just 23 when he died near Cambrin, France. He is buried in Cambrin Church extension cemetery. Prior to enlistment he was working in the family ice cream business in Brighton. His family had come from Italy in the early 1800s. He was married and had a son, Loreto, who was only two when his dad was killed. He also had a baby daughter, Philomena, who was born after his departure for France so he never saw her.
His letters speak of the cold and lice-ridden blankets. He also mentioned being made a bomber and trench raids. He said on one occasion it took him 2.5 hours to cover 120 yards from no mans land back to his trench. His last letter written just two days before his death said he was in the pink and hopeful of some leave. On the day that he was killed the Battalion diary states that three other ranks were killed when Sap15 was blown in, then an hour later two other ranks were shot by sniper fire, so we do not know the circumstances of his last moments.Linda
Pte. Alfred James Sample . British Army 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment from Ormesby, Middlesborough
(d.2nd Apr 1917)
Jim Sample served with the 2nd Btn, Yorkshire Regiment.John Sample
Pte. Frederick Sample . British Army 8th Btn. East Yorkshire Regiment from Beverley
(d.9th Apr 1917)
I only know that at least 3 brothers of the Sample family from Beverley, Yorkshire died during the First World War. Frederick Sample was killed on the 9th of April 1917. The family were originally from Norfolk.Karin Constable
Pte. Charlie George Melrose Sampson . British Army 207th Coy. Machine Gun Corps from Leith, Edinburgh
(d.11th Jul 1917)
Charlie Sampson died of wounds on the 11th of July 1917 and was buried at Kandahar Farm Cemetery, close to the dressing station. He was 31 years old.
Pte. George Sampson . British Army 2nd Btn. Yorkshire Regiment from 13, Borden Lane, Sheffield.
(d.30th Oct 1914)
Pte. I. W. Sampson . Australian Imperial Forces 33rd Btn. (d.7th June 1916)
J. W. Sampson . Australian Imperial Force. 34th Btn. from Gunnedah, NSW, Australia
(d.7th Jun 1917)Ken Norman
Pte. J. Sampson . British Army 24th (Tyneside Irish) Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers from Hirst
Wounded July 1916Lynne
Pte. William Sampson MM. British Army from London
Pte George William Sams . British Army 12th/13th Btn Northumberland Fusiliers from 3, Strawberry Terrace, Hazlerigg, Dinnington Colliery, Newcastle-on-Tyne
(d.27th Sep 1918)
Sams, George, William. Private, 19/1037. Killed in action on 27th September 1918. Aged 22 years.
Buried in Le Quesnoy Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, in grave I. C. 2.
Son of William and S. E. Sams, of 3, Strawberry Terrace, Hazlerigg, Dinnington Colliery, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Was in the 19th Btn Northumberland Fusiliers with the service number 19/1037, However the 19th Btn records show, Pte Sams, was serving with the 12th/13th Btn Northumberland Fusiliers at the time of his death. It also states that he died in Germany.
From the 19th Btn Northumberland Fusiliers Roll of Honour.Dave Willis
Phillip Sams . British 2nd Btn. West Riding (Duke of Wellingtons) (d.5th May 1915)Tony Kent
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