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W329 Wounded group, nurses and doctors,18 Ward, with Harold Weaver (third row, fourth from right), Beaufort War Hospital, Bristol, c.1917. Courtesy of Paul Hawkins.
W327 Wounded group, with Harold Frederick Weaver Hawkins, Queen’s Westminster Rifles (wheel-chair centre), Beaufort War Hospital, Bristol, c.1917. Courtesy of his nephew, Paul Hawkins.
F504 John William Luty, Staffordshire Regiment and Machine Gun Corps, and family: parents, George and Lucy Ann Metcalfe, standing brothers, George and Charles, seated children, Hilda and Ernest. Courtesy of ‘s grand daughter, Christine Hart.
F500 David Baskerville, 1/7 Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), with sister Catherine, and brother Thomas. Courtesy of Janice Marks.
B994 Percy Kirk, Royal Army Medical Corps, 41st British Field Ambulance, 13th Division, Mesopotamia, 19 August, 1918. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F498 Thomas Stoddart of Glasgow,1st Battalion, Royal Scots, wife Margaret, and son Alexander, Glasgow c. 1917. Courtesy of Sandra Cobb.
F497 Arthur Carby of East Kirkby, 5th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, wounded in 1918, with wife, Maud, and son, John Reginald, East Kirby 1918. Courtesy of Elaine Gray.
F496 Herbert Henry Young of Broadstairs, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), with mother, Alice, and lady. Courtesy of Ray and Gordon Young.
F495 Flying Officer George Robert Stafford, Royal Flying Corps, and parents Minnie Stafford, Red Cross, and William Stafford, Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), Cork, 1917. Courtesy of Fay Kirton.
F493 Petty Officer Stoker Charles Thomas Davies, H.M.S. Brilliant, died from illness, 30th October 1914, and daughter, Hilda Florence. Courtesy of grandson, Philip Wood.
F492 Charles Vincent Burgess, Royal Engineers, and wife, Dorothy, C. Skillman Studio, Uxbridge. Courtesy of Sandra Gittins.
F490 Unnamed soldier, Royal Sussex Regiment? and family, H.T. Edwards Studio, Brighton. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
F488 Fred Dewhurst, 155th East Cheshire Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, and bride, Edith Carradice, 10 August 1918, Taylor Brothers Studio, Stockport.. Courtesy of Martin Dewhurst.
B983 Sergeant, later Captain Norman Henry Crees, 1st Battalion, North Somerset Yeomanry, 1914, and wife Agatha Pearce, nurse at Ashton Court Manor VAD hospital, November 1918. Courtesy of Clyde Morrison.
W322 Wounded and nurses group, Robert Jackson, East Surrey Regiment (third from right). Courtesy of John Spragg.
W320 VAD Hospital, Beccles,1919, sent by Robert Jackson 44089 East Surrey Regiment, wounded 15 October 1918, Messines Ridge. Courtesy of John Spragg.