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World War One - Casualties

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  • Patrick Padden (1891 - 1916)
    Name: Patrick Padden Birth Place: Belmullet Residence: Belmullet, Co. Mayo Death Date: 28 Apr 1915 Death Place: France and Flanders Enlistment Place: Ballina Rank: Private Regiment: Conna...
  • Frederick Charles Griffiths (1893 - 1917)
    When war broke out he enlisted and served with the 9th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment in France from 4th October 1915. He died of wounds on 12 April 1917 aged 23 years and was awarded the 1914/15 Star...
  • Frank Ledwidge (1898 - 1915)
    Rank:Private Service No:5644 Date of Death:24/05/1915 Age:17 Regiment/Service:Royal Dublin Fusiliers 2nd Bn Panel Reference: Panel 44 and 46. Memorial:YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL Addition...
  • Rupert Edward Gascoyne-Cecil (1895 - 1915)
    GASCOYNE-CECIL, RUPERT EDWARD Rank: Lieutenant Date of Death: 11/07/1915 Age: 20 Regiment/Service: Bedfordshire Regiment 1st Bn. Grave Reference: I. A. 2. Cemetery: RAILWAY DUGOUTS BURIAL...
  • Francis Edward Ledwidge (1887 - 1917)
    Francis Ledwidge Francis Edward Ledwidge (19 August 1887 – 31 July 1917) was an Irish war poet from County Meath. Sometimes known as the "poet of the blackbirds", he was killed in action at th...

Casualties of World War One

See also - World War 1 Main page

The aim of this project is to record the fatalities of world War1 by country.

Africa - 10.000
South Africa - 7.000
  • Lieutenant Douglas Bayley de Bruyn Royal Lancaster Regiment, transferred to 35 Squadron Royal Flying Corps. Killed in a flying accident in Thetford, 27th May 1916, aged 20.
  • Shirley Spiro 1916, British East Africa.
  • Lieutenant James Lawrence Hedding Lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment. Died of wounds caused by rifle grenade, Bethune, Pas de Calais, France
  • Pvt Albert Doubell fell in France on 21 March 1918 aged 23 in a German attack on Quentin Redoubt and Gauche Wood.
  • Leonard William Entress, Private, 1st Regt., South African Infantry, Service No.: 13483, he died of wounds as a POW aged 19 on 13 April 1918
Australia - 59.000
Austria-Hungary 1,200,000
Belgium - 13.000
Bulgaria - 101,000
Canada - 67.000
The Caribbean - 1.000
French Empire - 1,385,000
Germany - 1,718,000
Great Britain - 703,000
Greece - 5.000
India - 4.300
Italy - 460,000
Ireland
Japan - 250
Montenegro - 3.000
New Zealand - 18.000

See WW1 Roll of Honour New Zealand

EUROPE: Portugal - 7.000
Romania - 200.000
Russia - 1,700,000

Geni.com project: Estonians in the WWI

Serbia - 128,000
Turkey - 336,000
USA - 117.000