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W. G. Taylor

Categories: Armed Forces

War served, WW1 i

Commemorated on a memorial as having served in, and survived, WW1.

W. G. Taylor

Army Pay Corps. Fought but did not die in WW1

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W. G. Taylor

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New Court WW1 memorial

Unusually this memorial lists all the men who went to war, not just those who...

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Sir Victor Horsley

Sir Victor Horsley

Scientist and soldier. Born Victor Alexander Haden Horsley in 2 Tor Villas, Campden Hill, Kensington. As a physician, he developed many practical neurosurgical techniques and was the first person t...

Person, Armed Forces, Medicine, Politics & Administration, Egypt, France, Iraq

1 memorial
General Sir Rufane Donkin, KCB, GCH

General Sir Rufane Donkin, KCB, GCH

Served in India and South Africa. He named Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape after his wife, who had died in India, and built a pyramid-shaped memorial to her there. He returned to England and mar...

Person, Armed Forces, India, South Africa

1 memorial
Sir John Samuel Purcell, K.C.B.

Sir John Samuel Purcell, K.C.B.

John Samuel Purcell was born on 31 May 1839 in Ireland, a son of Dr John Francis Powell who was a Physician in Ordinary to successive Lords-Lieutenant of Ireland and later an Irish Poor Law Commiss...

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Ireland

1 memorial
Corporal Samuel MacPhearson

Corporal Samuel MacPhearson

See Farquar Shaw for the story of the Black Watch mutiny.

Person, Armed Forces, Execution, Scotland

1 memorial
Frank Henry Hider

Frank Henry Hider

Frank Henry Hider was born on 15 January 1886 in Islington, Middlesex (now Greater London), the fifth of the seven children of James Hider (1852-1904) and Isabella Hider née Turner (1848-1895). His...

Person, Armed Forces

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial