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|anne Williams||RE: Harry Ayres|
Solomon Ayres 19-4-1862
Emma " 6-7-1862
|anne Williams||Harry Ayres|
Here is the birth of Harry 7 July 1897
I could give you his mother and father's date of birth they are buried in Bloxham Churchyard Oxfordshire
|Iain MacFarlaine||RE: Royal Army Service Corps|
Thank you for confirming that.
I figured that it had to be Cavalry, as I couldn't think of anything else; but, for all I knew, it might have been Cavan or Cavendish or something.
All the best,
Iain. Not Ian!
|Iain MacFarlaine||Royal Army Service Corps|
The soldier in question is Private P.J. Wadsworth, in Southport (memorial number: 137232733).
It doesn't say that on his stone, but I looked it up on the C.W.G.C. for further details, and have assumed that Cav is Cavalry. If you know better, please let me know.
As you say, most of the Corps who died in the First War just have A.S.C. on their gravestones, but there are at least two in Southport who are Royal, from 1919. Now, of course, they are the Army Logistics Corps. Change for change's sake, I regret to say.
All the best,
|Iain MacFarlaine||Dashwood & Wodehouse|
Thank you for telling me about this, which I have added to the page.
Incidentally; last week, I saw a grave which said that someone had served in the First World War in the R.A.S.C., in the "No. 1 Cav. Division Supply Column."
I can only think that Cav might be Cavalry, although this was twenty years after Omdurman. (There was, of course, a cavalry charge in 1920 by the 20th. Hussars against the Turks, and even a couple in the Second World War, although I do not think the British Army had any involvement in the latter.)
|Arborist||Sgt Vaughan Stacey Allen|
Added your edit, modified slightly to remove Sgt Allen's info which already appears in the bio.
Thanks for the update!
Added by Arborist on Oct 02, 2014 2:29 PM
|darealjolo||RE: Col Garnet Wolseley Muir|
and they have already accepted my suggestion for the relationship link; there are still corrections to the memorial for the son though!
|Luca Italy||Idina Neville Brassey|
HI, I am very interested about life and history of Idina Neville Brassey - I live in Sardinia and near to my country there is a beautiful abandoned mining town where you can find a remains of a villa wich was the summer residence of Lord Thomas Brassey and his whife Idina - the villa named Villa IDINA or Ginestra, located in a breathtaking view front the sea and highest
sand dunes of Europe (DUNE DI PISCINAS). For my passion and curiosity I find every type of picture of this residence at the period when it was lived - Esterior , Interior and possibly some pictures of Idina Neville Brassey- Someone can help me or give me contact of some relatives in life?
Thanks so much!
visit villa Idina at this time.. this links in your browser:
ps. sorry for my bad English!
Luca from Italy
|International Wargraves Photography Project||Months??? Transfers against the rules?|
Its nice to see you have owneship of some of International Wargraves Photography Project memorials as most of the time when Ive added extra imformation or linked family it has taken FindAGrave months to and having them transferd was against their rules?
|JA Rhodes||St Peter & St Paul, King's Sutton|
I do not know where you reside, but would like to ask, if you are close to St Peter & St Paul, King's Sutton would you mind looking in the graveyard for a retaliative, William Heaton Rhodes who was buried on 31 October 1894. Reading through a newspaper article entitled 'A Sad Accident' It would appear he was buried in the south east corner of the church
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