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PostSubject: MORE FROM FINDAGRAVE 3 further afield   Wed Jul 25, 2018 4:43 pm

Cannot say enough of this site i tried further afield and have come up with some really interesting material.
Augustus L Scott RN d.10 july 1928, Vicarsford Cemetery Forgan Fife Scotland.
Frederick Tower Hamilton RN d.4 Oct 1917 Rosyth Old C/Yard, Rosyth Fife Scotland [grave picture] should also mention him on the Local WW1 memorial.
Robert Harris RN d.3 nov 1893 Cemiterio dos Ingleses Gamboa, Rio de Janerio Brazil [ grave picture] killed in a explosion.
Claude Gore Lindsay RN d.dec 1886 RN cemetery Ireland Island, Sandy's Parish Bermuda [grave picture].
Thomas Martyn Sibbald RN d.13 july 1900 [KIA battle of the Taku Forts?] RN Cemetery Liugong Island, Shandong, China.
Sibbald again plaque at St George's Anglican Church Sutton, Ontario, Canada [Picture].
Lionel A W Barnes-Lawrence RN d 2 october 1906 Hong Kong Cemetery Happy Valley Hong Kong Island [grave picture].
J W Fillimore RN d 13 april 1879 Seaforth Old Burying Ground Simonstown Cape Town, South Africa [grave picture].
Lucy Richards d.14 june 1880 wife of Francis Richards RN Seaforth Old Burying Ground SA [grave picture].
Henry B C Wynyard RN d.8 nov 1880 Seaforth O B G [grave picture].
James Harris RM d.7 july 1879 seaforth O B G [grave picture] not on any medal roll but must have been attached to a RN vessal.
James Foster RM d.26 Nov 1884 Seaforth O B G [grave picture] on medal roll as John, HMS Boadicea.
John McCarthy RN d.7 Nov 1884 Seaforth O B G [grave picture] on medal roll as Daniel, HMS Boadicea.
All the following are listed on a large Royal Navy Memorial in Seaforth O B G Simonstown South Africa [picture]
All Krooman RN, Jack Ropeyarn d.11 Nov 1879, Jim Brown [on roll as Tom] d.14 Aug 1882,Tom Freeman d.6 dec 1884, John Sambo d.12 feb 1881, Tom Peters [1] d.1 May 1884, Tom Peters [2] d.8 june 1881, Jack Smart d.30 Oct 1880, Jack Everyday d.25 Oct 1885,
Also the following are listed on the same memorial,
Harry Langley RN d.14 Aug 1882 [Henry on medal roll]
John Wright RM d.22 jan 1882 [simon or steven on medal roll].
Henry White RN d.19 nov 1880.
A Mabey RM 13 feb 1878 at sea, On HMS Active Memorial as died Transkai.
Frederick H Daffey RN d.3 jan 1878 at sea, On HMS Active memorial as died Transkai.
Will put some non Royal Navy on tomorrow
Rai Keynshamlighthorse
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PostSubject: Re: MORE FROM FINDAGRAVE 3 further afield   Wed Jul 25, 2018 7:44 pm

Great work Rai

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