NEIGHBOURS KILLED ON GREAT WAR BATTLEFIELD.
Our website, WalesOnline, features a powerful new tool which enables you to find family members or people who lived in your street who died in World War I. Today Jessica Flynn has searched for fallen servicemen who lived in Wyndham Road, Orchard Place and Romilly Road, Cardiff. Here is who she found...
Wyndham Road Fred Hine Husband of Harriet Lilly Hine, of 7 Wyndham Road, Canton. Rank: Corporal Regiment: Royal Air Force Age: 41 Date of death: 9-2-1919 Buried at: Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery William Redvers Collins Son of William John and Emily Martha Collins, of 120 Wyndham Road, Canton.
Rank: Private Regiment: King's Shropshire Light Infantry Age: 18 Date of death: 9-10-1918 Buried at: Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery Arthur Augustus Palmer Son of Thomas Rees Palmer and Sarah Ann Palmer, of 32 Wyndham Road, Canton.
Rank: Private Regiment: South Wales Borderers Age: 22 Date of death: 22-2-1917 Buried at: Mendinghem Military Cemetery Orchard Place HH Stroud Son of Mrs M Stroud, of 25 Orchard Place, Canton, Cardiff.
Rank: Driver Regiment: Royal Field Artillery Date of death: 14-9-1918 Buried at: Trefcon British Cemetery, Caulaincourt Charles Lawrence Sisley Son of Charles and Mary Sisley, of Brighton, Sussex; Husband of Isabel Clara Sisley, of 3 Orchard Place, Canton.
Rank: Corporal Regiment: Royal Sussex Regiment Age: 27 Date of death: 9-7-1918 Buried at: Harponville Communal Cemetery Extension Romilly Road DL Mclaren Husband of Emily Mclaren, of 41 Romilly Road West, Victoria Park, Canton.
Rank: Sub-Lieutenant Regiment: Royal Naval Reserve Date of death: 21-7-1918 Buried at: Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery TS Griffiths Husband of AE Griffiths, of 69 Romilly Road. Rank: Company Quartermaster Serjeant Regiment: Royal Army Service Corps Age: 38 Date of death: 25-11-1918 Buried at: Sully (St John The Baptist) Churchyard James Ewart Son of John and Charlotte Ewart, of 6 Romilly Road. Rank: Private Regiment: Army Service Corps Age: 29 Date of death: 20-5-1917 Buried at: Etaples Military Cemetery
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2015|
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