Gaskell, Lily

Lily Gaskell, Staff Nurse, Territorial Force Nursing Service Died of pneumonia 3 January 1919 at Dulcie Avenue Military Hospital, Manchester, aged 35 … Continue reading

Wiggin, Sarah A

Sarah Ann Wiggin, Red Cross (Joint War Committee) Nurse Died of pneumonia 2 November 1918 at Moor Park Military Hospital, Preston, aged 30 … Continue reading

Booth, John J

John James Booth, Private 3041, 13th Bn. Cheshire Regiment Formerly (TR3/10156) 50th Bn. Training Reserve Died of influenza 7th July 1918 in Macclesfield, aged 27 … Continue reading

Broadhurst, William C

William Charles Broadhurst, Chief Motor Mechanic MB/939, (Motor Boat Reserve) H.M.M.L. “No. 545.” Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Died of pneumonia 26th June 1918 in Gibraltar, aged 25 … Continue reading

Floy, John T

John Thomas Floy, Private 291825, 1st/7th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers Died of pneumonia 13th April 1918 in No. 17 General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt, aged 28 … Continue reading

Booth, Alfred

Alfred Booth, Private 400155, 796th Area Employment Company Labour Corps, formerly 5083, Army Cyclist Corps and 12872, Cheshire Regiment. Died of pneumonia 2nd January 1918 in France, aged 30 … Continue reading

Rowson, Frederick

Frederick Rowson, Private 44200, 74th Coy Labour Corps, formerly 64370, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) 9th Inf. Labour Coy Died of pneumonia 30th December 1917 in hospital in Belgium, aged 42 … Continue reading

Clarke, Frank

Frank Clarke, Mersey Z/813, H.M.S. Pembroke, Royal Navy Died of pneumonia 17th September 1917 in Glasgow Royal Infirmary, aged 23 … Continue reading

Hammond, William

William Hammond, Private DM2/205880, 2nd Mobile Coy, Army Service Corps Died of pneumonia 7th February 1917 at the Military Hospital, Salisbury, aged 32 … Continue reading

Chadwick, Henry

Henry Chadwick, Private 10478, Depot Battalion, Cheshire Regiment attd. 3rd South Lancs Died of pneumonia 22nd July 1916 at Crosby, Lancashire, aged 52 … Continue reading

Wetton, James A

James Allan Wetton, Sapper 1765, 2/3rd North Midland Field Coy, Royal Engineers Died of pneumonia 17th April 1916 in Macclesfield Infirmary, aged 22 … Continue reading