War Memorial

War Memorial

Description by Commonwealth war Graves Commission
The Tyne Cot Memorial now bears the names of almost 35,000 officers and men whose graves are not known. The memorial, designed by Sir Herbert Baker with sculpture by Joseph Armitage and F.V. Blundstone, was unveiled by Sir Gilbert Dyett on 20 June 1927. It Commemorates United Kingdom casualties who died after 16 August 1917 (with some buy valium no sacript exceptions). Those United Kingdom and New Zealand servicemen who died after that date are named on the memorial at Tyne Cot, a site which marks the furthest point reached by Commonwealth forces in Belgium until nearly the end of the war. Other New Zealand casualties are commemorated on memorials at Buttes New British Cemetery and Messines Ridge British Cemetery.

War Surname Forenames Nationality Rank Service No No Records = 13
WW I BARON James Ball UK Lance Corporal 20017 View Details
WW I BENNETT Frederick UK Private 131721 View Details
WW I CLEMENTS Wilfred Percy UK Private 106572 View Details
WW I GOLDSWORTHY William J UK Private 159325 View Details
WW I HOWE Thomas Henry NZ Rifleman 12183 View Details
WW I JAY John Edward NZ Lance Corporal Jun-71 View Details
WW I LANGMAID William UK Private 14704 View Details
WW I MITCHELL Walter UK Acting Bombardier 132829 View Details
WW I OLDS Harold NZ Rifleman 46478 View Details
WW I PROWSE Joseph UK Gunner 321236 View Details
WW I ROWE Thomas UK Gunner 87235 View Details
WW I TREMBATH Frederick George UK Gunner 184051 View Details
WW I WARD Albert Edward UK Private 106583 View Details