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A. S. Ginger

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: South Africa

War dead, Other war i

Commemorated on a memorial as having died in a war, not WW1 or WW2.

A. S. Ginger

Resident of Willesden who volunteered and died in the Anglo Boer War, 1899-1900.

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A. S. Ginger

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Willesden Boer War memorial

In 1997 someone saw this plaque and posted about it on an on-line forum, with...

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Help for Heroes

Help for Heroes

Charity. Founded as a non-political, non-critical organisation by Bryn and Emma Parry, out of a desire to help the wounded servicemen and women returning from Afghanistan and Iraq.

Group, Armed Forces, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Bengal Engineers

Bengal Engineers

Part of the force commanded by Havelock.

Group, Armed Forces

1 memorial
Major Huntly Wilson MacPherson, MC

Major Huntly Wilson MacPherson, MC

Huntly Wilson MacPherson was born circa 1891 the son of Lieutenant Colonel Duncan MacPherson. He was married to Emma Rose Owen Wilson and lived at 548 Bessemer Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. As ...

Person, Armed Forces, Canada, France

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
Duke of Wellington

Duke of Wellington

Born Arthur Wesley (later Wellesley) in Dublin to Irish parents. After the Battle of Waterloo in which 60,000 died Wellington wrote to a friend "Next to a battle lost, the greatest misery is a batt...

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, Ireland

10 memorials
Conscientious Objectors, WW1 - Haringey

Conscientious Objectors, WW1 - Haringey

350 Haringey men were Conscientious Objectors in WW1. Some of the names are given at Conscientious Objection Remembered: Harry Phipps, a printer; Charlie Walker, one of five brothers, all COs; John...

Group, Armed Forces, Peace

1 memorial