Tientallen graven WOI

Periode: WOI
Type: Begraafplaats
Militair of Burger: Militair
Status: Beschermd
Datum registratie: 
06/05/2008
  • © Michel Collaert, 19/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 19/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 19/10/2017
  • © Michel Collaert, 19/10/2017© Michel Collaert, 19/10/2017
Locatie: 
Mendinghem Military Cemetery -CWG. Roesbruggestraat

Lokatie

Info Thibaut Westhof (2 juni 2012, bron www.frontflieger.de):
Ondermeer graf van Uffz. Friedrich Wassermann, Jasta 27, °01.03.1894 Luckenwalde,
+12.08.1917 Ieper, omgekomen met Albatross D.III G61

Info CWGC:

ALLANSON, Lieutenant, WILFRED GEORGE, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. 21 September 1918. Age 20. Son of George and Lucy Mary Allanson, of "Belmont," 6, King's Avenue, Clapham Park, London. Grave Ref. X. E. 18.

ANDERSON, Lieutenant, WILLIAM, M C, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. formerly 114th Heavy Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery 21 September 1918. Age 21. Son of James and Alice Anderson, of 3, Ryehill Terrace, Leith, Edinburgh. Grave Ref. X. E. 17.

BAILEY, Second Lieutenant, J B, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 1st Bn., East Yorkshire Regiment 20 September 1917. Grave Ref. VII. D. 4.

BAND, Second Lieutenant, R F G, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. 18 September 1918. Son of Fred and Christina Band, of 204, Station Rd., March, Cambs. Grave Ref. X. E. 16.

BENNETTO, Airman 2nd Class, HUBERT VICTOR, 30163, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 8 August 1917. Age 27. Husband of Ethel Laura Bennetto, of 143, Hither Green Lane, Lewisham, London. Grave Ref. III. D. 4.

BISSET, Second Lieutenant, EDGAR GEORGE WILLIAM, 6th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 5th Bn., Gordon Highlanders, Killed whilst flying 7 January 1917. Age 20. Son of James D. and Agnes I. Bisset, of Union Bank House, Peterhead. Grave Ref. I. C. I.

BONYUN, Second Lieutenant, F V, 32nd Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 2 January 1918. Age 18. Native of Trinidad, British West Indies. Son of William Austin Bonyun and Ida Bonyun, of "Hummers Knott," Ashfield Road, Chelston, Torquay. Grave Ref. IX. B. 13.

BOOTH, Second Lieutenant, WILLIAM, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 1st Bn., Rifle Brigade, Died of wounds 28 December 1917. Age 21. Son of William Henry and Martha Lois Booth, of 81, Dartmouth Park Rd., Kentish Town, London. Grave Ref. VI. BB. 50.

BROWNE, Airman 2nd Class, CLAUDE FRANK STANLEY, 53662, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 30 September 1917. Age 30. Husband of Harriet Josephine ("Favy") Browne, of Corner House, Market St., Nailsworth, Glos. Grave Ref. VI. C. 13.

CAMERON, Lieutenant, ROBERT BARTON, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 7 January 1918. Son of Archibald and AnnieBarton Cameron, of 21, Ailsa Drive, Langside, Glasgow. Was a Medical Student (in third year) Glasgow University. Grave Ref. IX. B. 26.

CHAPMAN, Major, CHARLES MEREDITH BOUVERIE, M C, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), Died of wounds 1 October 1917. Age 25. Chevalier of the Order of Leopold and Croix de Guerre (Belgium). Son of William C. N. and Maud Chapman, of Heppington, Canterbury. Grave Ref. VI. B. I.

COWPER-COLES, Captain, S W, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. 14 October 1918. Grave Ref. XI. A. 4.

CURTIS, Second Lieutenant, FRANK WARREN., 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Killed in action 14 August 1917. Age 21. Son of John and Jennie Curtis, of 1018, Bathurst St., Toronto, Canada. Grave Ref. IV. E. 28.

DAVIDSON, Second Lieutenant, R W, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. 14 October 1918. Age 19. Son of Alexander and Annie L. Davidson, of 637, Dumbarton Rd., Partick, Glasgow. Grave Ref. XI. A. 5.

DEVLIN, Lieutenant, HENRY LITTLE, 5th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, attd. 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 5th Bn., Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Killed in aerial combat 19 September 1917. Age 27. Son of Henry and Anne Davidson Risk Devlin, of Victoria Place, 32, Kelly St., Greenock. Native of Greenock. Grave Ref. V. D. 36.

DISSETTE, Flight Sub-Lieutenant, ARTHUR CLARKE, Royal Naval Air Service. 2 June 1917. Age 31. Croix de Guerre (France). Son of Richard and Alice Clarke Dissette, of Empress Hotel, Toronto, Canada. Grave Ref. I. D. 2.

DIXON, Lieutenant, C H, General List attd. 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. General List 28 November 1917. Grave Ref. I. G. 34.

DIXON, Second Lieutenant, CHARLES PENROSE, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Died of wounds 25 October 1917. Age 19. Only son of the Rev. C. E. and E. S. Dixon, of St. George's Vicarage, Barnsley. Grave Ref. VII. F. 39.

DOLAN, Airman 2nd Class, J, 120007, 47th Kite Balloon Sect, Royal Flying Corps. 4 February 1918. Grave Ref. IX. D. 7.

EYDEN, Captain, HERBERT, M C, 21st Sqdn., Royal Air Force. and, General List 7 April 1918. Age 27. Son of Frederick and Jessie Eyden, of Daventry, Dudley Rd., Ashford, Middx. Grave Ref. VI. B. 26.

FAIRCLOUGH, Airman 2nd Class, WILLIAM WHITTAKER, 8696, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 16 September 1917. Age 22. Only son of John and Margaret Fairclough, of 148, Caunce St., Blackpool. Grave Ref. VII. C. 20.

FOGARTY, Lieutenant, GERALD JOSEPH, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 3rd Bn., Royal Irish Regiment, Killed in action 26 August 1917. Age 22. Son of Patrick Joseph and Brigid M. Fogarty, of 61, Palmerston Rd., Rathmines, Dublin. Grave Ref. III. D. 13.

GARNER, Airman 1st Class, HARRY, 35089, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Died of accidental injuries 4 December 1917. Age 33. Son of Adam and Harriet Garner, of Nottingham; husband of Nellie Garner, of Wysall, Notts. Grave Ref. VI. AA. 47.

GLASGOW, Flight Sub-Lieutenant, THEODORE LINSCOTT, 10th Sqdn., Royal Naval Air Service. Killed in action 19 August 1917. Age 19. Son of Robert and Louise C. Glasgow, of 215, West 91st St., New York, U.S.A. Grave Ref. IV. F. 18.

GORDON-KIDD, Captain, ARTHUR LIONEL, D S O, 19th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, 4th Dragoon Guards (Royal Irish), Died of wounds 27 August 1917. Grave Ref. III. D. 14.

GREENHOUS, Lieutenant, ERNEST BRERETON, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 1st Bn., Royal Scots Fusiliers, Killed in action 26 August 1917. Age 29. Son of Arthur and Annie Greenhous, of Prospect Place, Bishop's Castle, Salop. Grave Ref. III. D. 12.

HALL, Airman 1st Class, A W, 29292, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 1 October 1917. Grave Ref. VI. C. 19.

HANCOCK, Second Lieutenant, J M, 65th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 7 March 1918. Grave Ref. IX. D. 35.

HOLDSWORTH, Second Lieutenant, ERNEST, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, General List, Killed in aerial combat 23 September 1917. Age 19. Son of Mrs. E. V. and the late E. S. Holdsworth, of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Grave Ref. VII. D. 14.

HOLT, Lieutenant, HUBERT GRANVILLE, M C, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , General List, Killed whilst flying 6 October 1917. Age 23. Son of Thomas and Margaret Holt, of 446, Withington Terrace, Cross Hillock, Astley, Manchester. Grave Ref. VII. B. 50.

HUGHES, Lieutenant, HAROLD, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. 11 April 1918. Age 20. Son of Samuel and Phoebe Hughes, of 13, High St., Kidsgroup, Staffs. Grave Ref. VI. B. 40.

HURST, Second Lieutenant, AUBREY CLIVE, 39th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 22 January 1918. Age 19. Son of Aubrey 0. and Annie Ella Hurst, of 384, Adelaide St. West, Toronto, Canada. Grave Ref. IX. C. 36.

IREDALE, Airman 1st Class, E F, 30052, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 30 September 1917. Age 29. Husband of M. A. Iredale, of 80, Ling Lane, Hollingwood, Oldham. Grave Ref. VI. C. 22.

IRONSIDE, Second Lieutenant, J P, 28th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , General List 29 October 1917. Age 28. Son of James Davidson Ironside, and Elizabeth Ironside, of 631, Euclid Avenue, Los Angeles, California. Born at Toronto, Canada. Grave Ref. VI. A. 17.

JENKINS, Second Lieutenant, A E, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. 28 September 1918. Grave Ref. X. E. 23.

KEARLEY, Second Lieutenant (Obs.) HAROLD, 58th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 15th Bn., London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles) 3 February 1918. Grave Ref. IX. D. 8.

KING, Lieutenant, WILLIAM HUGH, 7th Sqdn, Royal Air Force. and, Essex Regiment, Killed whilst flying 11 April 1918. Age 24. Son of William Hedley King and Hannah Sophia King, of Rampart Lodge, Berechurch Hall Rd., Colchester. Grave Ref. VI. B. 41.

LAUGHTON, Sub-Lieutenant, BERTRAM DOUGLAS, Royal Flying Corps. and Hawke Bn. R.N. Div., Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Died of wounds, received in aerial combat at Ypres 1 October 1917. Age 23. Son of Elizabeth Jane Laughton, of 17, Crescent Grove, Clapham, London, S.W.4., and the late Thomas Stothard Laughton. Grave Ref. VI. C. 39.

LEECH, Second Lieutenant, W F, D S O, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , General List 18 August 1917. Grave Ref. IV. F. I.

LENNARD, Second Lieutenant, EDWARD STUART RUSSELL, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, General List 14 September 1917. Age 19. Son of Frederic and Phoebe Elizabeth Lennard, of 23, Adelaide Crescent, Hove, Brighton. Born at Blackheath, London. Grave Ref. III. D. 21.

LEWIS, Second Lieutenant, EDWARD PUGH, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , General List 6 October 1917. Age 20. Son of Evan and Jane Lewis, of Argoed, Tregynon, Newtown, Mont. Grave Ref. VII. B. 51.

LIVOCK, Lieutenant, ERIC STUART, Royal Flying Corps. and 4th Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment), Killed in action 8 November 1917. Age 22. Son of Henry Arthur and Mary Gertrude Livock, of 9, Cambridge Terrace, Sidmouth. Grave Ref. VI. AA. 2.

LORD, Lieutenant, ERNEST OWEN, 7th Sqdn., Royal Air Force. 18 September 1918. Age 24. Husband of Doris C. Lord, of 33, Audley Rd., Hendon, London. Grave Ref. X. E. 15.

LUFF, Serjeant, P, 43738, 5th Balloon Section, Royal Air Force. 28 May 1918. Age 35. Husband of A. Luff, of 4, Grove Rd., Lee-on-Solent, Gosport. Grave Ref. X. D. 17.

MACDONALD, Captain, A L, M C, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 26 August 1917. Grave Ref. III. D. 10.

MACPHERSON, Second Lieutenant, HENRY DOUGLAS, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Killed whilst flying 14 October 1917. Age 19. Son of Henry and Lily Macpherson, of Ghyllas, Sedbergh, Yorks. Born Leeds. Educated at Sedbergh School. Grave Ref. VII. D. 45.

McKENZIE, Second Lieutenant, G W, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, General List 20 September 1917. Age 19. Son of Richard Daniel and Lily May McKenzie, of Queen's Head Hotel, Rye, Sussex. Grave Ref. VII. D. 3.

MORGAN, Lieutenant, HENRY RICHARD, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry, Killed whilst flying 8 November 1917. Age 28. Son of Ebenezer Richard and Elizabeth E. Morgan. Grave Ref. III. AA. 32.

MULLINS, Airman 1st Class, THOMAS BURTON, 6838, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 29 September 1917. Age 27. Son of Thomas and Mary Ann Mullins, of 188, Old St., London. Grave Ref. VI. C. 29.

PAYNE, Airman 2nd Class, BENJAMIN WALTER, 29174, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 2 October 1917. Grave Ref. VII. B. 3.

PAYNE, Lieutenant, WILFRED STUART LANE, M C, Royal Flying Corps., Royal Flying Corps. Royal Garrison Artillery 4 September 1917. Age 24. Son of Charles Lane Payne and Anna Lucy Payne, of British Guiana. Grave Ref. III. D. 17.

PERKINS, Captain, THOROLD, 41st Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 31 May 1917. Age 31. Son of C. G. Perkins, of 3, Wine St., Devizes, Wilts. Grave Ref. I. O. 1.

PULLAN, Lieutenant, JOHN AYNSLEY, Mentioned in Despatches, 9th Sqdn, Royal Flying Corps. and, Durham Light Infantry 28 November 1917. Age 21. Son of Alfred Pullan, of 55, Woodbine Rd., Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Grave Ref. I. G. 33.

READ, Second Lieutenant, GEORGE CHISHOLM, Royal Flying Corps. and, Royal Engineers 4 January 1918. Age 19. Son of Ruby Mary Read, of 156 Casewick Rd., West Norwood, London and the late John Charles Read, of Delhi, India. Grave Ref. VI. B. 6.

ROWLES, Lieutenant, S W, 10th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, Army Service Corps 13 December 1917. Grave Ref. VI. BB. 12.

SAYER, Second Lieutenant, H L, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, Royal Field Artillery, Killed in aerial combat 17 August 1917. Age 26. Son of Edward James and Lucy Elizabeth Sayer. Grave Ref. IV. F. 3.

SCOTT-PILLOW, Second Lieutenant, H M, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , Middlesex Regiment 8 August 1917. Grave Ref. III. D. 3.

SEAHOLME, Second Lieutenant, MAX KNUD, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 30 March 1918. Age 19. Son of August and Amanda Seaholme, of 25, Ole Suhrsgade, Copenhagen. Grave Ref. VI. B. 27.

SHARPLES, Lieutenant, NORMAN, Mentioned in Despatches, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Killed whilst flying 20 September 1917. Age 32. Son of the late J. T. and H. W. Sharples. Grave Ref. V. D. 37.

SHIELDS, Private 2nd Class, WALTER, 126532, 5th Balloon Coy., Royal Air Force. Killed in action 28 May 1918. Age 41. Born Lower Broughton. Husband of Catherine Shields, of 19, Rylett St., Lower Broughton, Manchester. Grave Ref. X. D. 16.

SHONFIELD, Corporal, L A R, 5566, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 23 July 1917. Age 24. Son of Beatrice L. Shonfield, of 106, Dalberg Rd., Brixton, London. Grave Ref. II. F. 35.

SKELTON, Second Lieutenant, FRANK, 28th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 21 October 1917. Age 19. Son of William and Fanny Skelton, of Adare, Roundhay, Leeds. Grave Ref. VI. D. 36.

SOGNO, Second Lieutenant, G F, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. formerly 13th Bn., Royal Sussex Regiment 9 October 1917. Age 21. Son of Frank and Alice Sogno, late of 38, Upper Avenue, Eastbourne. Grave Ref. VII. C. 38.

TIDDY, Second Lieutenant, HECTOR KINGSLEY PORTUS, 7th Sqdn, Royal Flying Corps. and , General List 26 July 1917. Age 25. Husband of Doris K. Tiddy, of "Carrington," Auburn St., Granville, New South Wales, Australia. Grave Ref. III. A. 1.

TOBIN-WILLIS, Second Lieutenant, JOHN GALBRAITH, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, Army Service Corps, Killed in aerial combat 17 August 1917. Age 21. Son of Dr. J. C. and Mrs. A. E. Willis, of 8, Park View Rd., Church End, Finchley, London. Born at Ilkeston, Derbyshire. Grave Ref. IV. F. 2.

TORRY, Lieutenant, A J D, M C, 9th Sqdn, Royal Flying Corps. and 132nd Heavy Bty, Royal Garrison Artillery, Killed in aerial combat 9 October 1917. Age 30. Son of the Rev. A. F. Torry (Rector of Marston Morteyne, Beds), and Leila Torry (nee Goldie). Born Marwood, Devon. Grave Ref. VII. C. 37.

TRACY, Airman 1st Class, WALTER HANBURY, 27094, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Died of wounds 1 October 1917. Age 38. Son of Robert Francis and Harriet Margaret Tracy, of London. Grave Ref. VI. C. 17.

WALSH, Second Lieutenant, ALBERT, 4th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and 5th Bn., East Lancashire Regiment 8 August 1917. Age 22. Son of John William and Elizabeth Walsh, of "Oaklea," Pleasington, Blackburn. Grave Ref. IV. B. 4.

WALTERS, Second Lieutenant, HERBERT AIDAN, 21st Sqdn., Royal Air Force. Killed whilst flying 7 April 1918. Age 25. Son of F. W. and H. M. Walters, of Nongoma, Zululand; husband of Olive Ruby Munro, of Estcourt, Natal, South Africa. Grave Ref. VI. B. 37.

WATES, Second Lieutenant, LESLIE CHARLES, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and, General List, Killed whilst flying 9 October 1917. Age 23. Son of Fred and Emily Wates, of 10, Ravenscroft Rd., Chiswick Park, London. Born Leytonstone, London. Grave Ref. VII. C. 39.

WILLIAMSON, Second Lieutenant, GERALD DOUGLAS, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Died of wounds 1 January 1918. Age 19. Son of James and Maud Williamson, of "Whitheds," Hockley, Essex. Grave Ref. IX. B. 7.

WINGFIELD, Airman 1st Class, C W, 11706, 29th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. 1 October 1917. Grave Ref. VI. C. 34.

WODEHOUSE, Second Lieutenant, FRANCIS JOHN ASHBURNHAM, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 26 August 1917. Age 21. Son of John Wodehouse. Grave Ref. III. D. 11.

WRAY, Second Lieutenant, THOMAS ERNEST, 7th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , General List 4 September 1917. Age 19. Son of Tom and Elizabeth Wray, of "Seafield," Abbotsford Rd., Blundellsands, Liverpool. Grave Ref. III. D. 16.

WRIGHT, Second Lieutenant, FREDERICK ADAM, 9th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. and , Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Killed in action 19 September 1917. Age 24. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wright, of 49, Co-operative St., Derby. Grave Ref. V. D. 35.

YATES, Second Lieutenant, JOHN EDWIN, 70th Sqdn., Royal Flying Corps. Killed in aerial combat 1 November 1917. Age 18. Son of Edwin Edward and Grace Elizabeth Yates, of 12, All Saints St. (formerly 33, Herbert Rd., Sherwood Rise), Nottingham. Served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force from Feb., 1916, to May, 1917. Grave Ref. VI. B. 5.