duke of cornwalls light infantry

  1. BAKER Brothers

    BAKER Brothers

  2. Thomas DUNN

    Thomas DUNN

  3. Samuel GREENWOOD

    Samuel GREENWOOD

    GREENWOOD, Samuel. Private 46471, 13th Devonshire Regiment, formerly Private 25571, Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry, died 1st May 1920. At rest in Wolverhampton Cemetery, Staffordshire. Some notes from what remains of his army record. He enlisted on the 14th February 1916 aged 37 and 4...
  4. Maxwell Halford CARNE

    Maxwell Halford CARNE

  5. Herbert Samuel Penny BLAIR

    Herbert Samuel Penny BLAIR

  6. VOYSEY John Edwin

    VOYSEY John Edwin

  7. Beetham War Memorial Westmorland

    Beetham War Memorial Westmorland

  8. BRIGGS Albert Edward

    BRIGGS Albert Edward

    Private 10685, Albert Edward Briggs, 7th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry died of wounds 12th March 1918 aged 23. Son of Herbert and Sarah. He was born at Stonegrables Derbyshire and enlisted at St Pancras, London Buried in Spital Cemetery, Chesterfield, Derbyshire
  9. Lewis, Arthur

    Lewis, Arthur

    Buried in Burslem Cemetery, Burslem, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire
  10. HASKELL, Herbert Francis

    HASKELL, Herbert Francis

    This memorial is at the National memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire HASKELL, Herbert Francis, Private 41411, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, formerly Pte 8/10723 Y.S.T Reserve Battalion, died of wounds 26th March 1918 aged 18. Son of Henry and Elizabeth J of Totterdown, Bristol...
  11. Gregory David

    Gregory David

    Sgt 5443877, 2nd Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry killed in action 8th August 1944 age 30. Son of George and Kate Gregory; husband of Phyllis Irene Gregory, of Holloway, London. Commemorated on a memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire and is buried at Florence War...
  12. Chedworth Church

    Chedworth Church

    The War Memorial covers both World Wars and is located in the church of St Andrew, Chedworth, Gloucestershire
  13. John A Silkstone

    Britain's last WW1 veteran dies

    Britain's last WW1 veteran dies Harry Patch, the last survivor of World War I to fight in the trenches, has died. He passed away at a care home in Somerset, aged 111. The home released a statement which read: "It is with much sadness that we must announce the death of Mr Harry Patch...
  14. The Drive For Driel

    The Drive For Driel

  15. John A Silkstone

    Warfare Battle Of The Imjin River

    GLORIOUS GLOSTERS’ – BATTLE OF THE IMJIN RIVER Today 22nd Apr 1951 began the Battle of the Imjin River. A Chinese Army of 3 Divisions of 27000 men intended a swift attack to capture Seoul. In their path stood 750 men of the Ist Batallion Gloustershire Regiment. The battle lasted 4...