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The names of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment soldiers from Stalybridge, Greater Manchester that fell in the Great War.

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Lieut G H HARRISON MC
Sgt S BUTTERWORTH DCM
Pte H BURGESS
Pte R CRABTREE
Pte S GREENWOOD
Pte C R NEWTON
Pte W ROBINSON
Pte R TURNER
Pte A RUSSELL
Pte F GARSIDE

 

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2 Responses to Stalybridge War Memorial

  1. Nicholas Bannister says:

    I am trying to gather information about Lieutenant Walter Claude Newton, of the Loyal North Lancashire regiment, who died on 4th July 1917 and who is buried in the Rue-Pettilon cemetery in France. I have searched your records and so far found no mention of him. If you can tell me anything mote about him I will pass it on to one of his descendents, who has a photo of him in uniform and who is interested in him.
    Many thanks,
    Nick Bannister (nick@tecum.demon.co.uk)

  2. Nicholas Bannister says:

    I am trying to gather information about Lieutenant Walter Claude Newton, of the Loyal North Lancashire regiment, who died on 4th July 1917 and who is buried in the Rue-Pettilon cemetery in France. I have searched your records and so far found no mention of him. If you can tell me anything mote about him I will pass it on to one of his descendents, who has a photo of him in uniform and who is interested in him.
    Many thanks,
    Nick Bannister (nick@tecum.demon.co.uk)

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