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B1003 Augustine Hibberd Hawkins, Army Service Corps, and wounded group (standing left). Courtesy of his great nephew, Paul Hawkins.
B1002 Lance Corporal Arthur Orton of Burton-on-Trent, 9th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment. Courtesy of his great nephew, John Blant.
A1279 Wilfred Edgar Weaver Hawkins of Dulwich, Queen’s Royal Regiment (West Surrey), and Machine Gun Corps. Courtesy of his nephew, Paul Hawkins.
B1001 Bombardier Arthur Lewis of Caerphilly, 398th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Courtesy of his granddaughter, Karen Gordon.
B1000 Sergeant Joseph Alfred Phipps of South Devon, 1/5 (Prince of Wales’s) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, India. Courtesy of his grandson, Anthony Phipps.
B998 James Baskerville, 1/7 Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Mr. B’s Studio, Glasgow. Courtesy of Janice Marks
B997 James Baskerville, 1/7 Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), Britain Photo Studio, Egypt. Courtesy of Janice Marks.
B995 Company Sergeant Major William Taylor of Newry, County Down, 13th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, having served formerly with the Royal Munster Fusiliers and the Royal Irish Fusiliers, killed in action 1 July 1916, aged 52. Courtesy of Danny Taylor.
B994 Percy Kirk, Royal Army Medical Corps, 41st British Field Ambulance, 13th Division, Mesopotamia, 19 August, 1918. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
B993 Sergeant Ben Wylie of Canonbie, 1/5 Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, Paris, 1918. Courtesy of John Crawford.
B992 Lieutenant Douglas James Aitchison of Beckenham, 2nd (East Anglian) Battery, Royal Field Artillery and 14 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, injured in Gaza, 30 December 1917, died of wounds 17 April 1918, aged 21. Courtesy of Kelvin Dakin.
B991 Pte Henry John Shanks of Windsor, 1/1 Buckinghamshire Battalion, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, died of wounds, 17 August, 1917, aged 21, photograph taken in March, 1915. Courtesy of Mike McKeon.
B990 Driver Robert Hughes of London, Army Service Corps, Italy, 1918-19. Courtesy of Clifford Hughes.
B989 Ernest Allwood of Mansfield, 2/7 Durham Light Infantry, Murmansk, Winter 1918/19. Courtesy of Clifford Hughes.
B987 Ben Saunders, Royal Field Artillery, 26 Division ammunition column, Salonika. Courtesy of Dave C.
B986 Sergeant David Griffiths of Rhyallt, 17th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, killed in action, Mametz Wood, 12 July 1917, aged 22. Courtesy of Ceri Pearce.
B985 Sergeant John Manning, 1st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. Courtesy of his grandson, Colin Manning.
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.
B981 Walter John Hamblin, Norfolk Regiment and 8th Battalion, Border Regiment, died as prisoner of war, 9th July 1916. Courtesy of Sally Fletcher.
B978 Albert E. Hills, The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment), Electric Studios, Woolwich. Courtesy of Philip Johnson.
B974 2nd Lieutenant A. Watson, 3/5 Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, Bamber Studio, Preston, 1915.
B973 2nd Lieutenant Frederick William Wright, Royal Naval Air Service and R.A.F. Courtesy of his son, James Wright.
B971 Albert Beechy of Hampton, Evesham, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, discharged wounded 1916, aged 22. Courtesy of Julie Whitehouse.
B971 Gunner Edwin Davison of Wingate, County Durham, B Bty., 52nd Bde., Royal Field Artillery, died 22 September 1915. Courtesy of Jennifer R.
B965 Second Lieutenant Vernon Kirkby, Army Service Corps. Williams Studio, Leicester. Courtesy of Jean Taylor.
B963 Tom, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died 1st September 1916, posted by his sister Lizzie of Caergeiliog, Valley, Angelsey, to her husband William Williams , A Coy,11th Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died Salonika, 18 September, 1918.