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World War One - Casualties

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  • John Bracegirdle (c.1885 - 1918)
    BRACEGIRDLE, JOHN Rank: Private Service No: 18625 Date of Death: 05/07/1918 Age: 29 Regiment/Service: South Lancashire Regiment Grave Reference: I. C.E. 2717 (Screen Wall). Cemetery: MA...
  • William Bracegirdle (1895 - 1918)
    BRACEGIRDLE, WILLIAM Rank: Private Service No: 37202 Date of Death: 16/04/1918 Age: 22 Regiment/Service: Welsh Regiment 9th Bn. Panel Reference: Panel 93 to 94. Memorial: TYNE COT MEMOR...
  • Richard Bracegirdle (1887 - 1918)
    BRACEGIRDLE, R Rank: Private Service No: 43053 Date of Death: 07/11/1918 Regiment/Service: King's Shropshire Light Infantry 1st/4th Bn Grave Reference: 12. Cemetery: JENLAIN COMMUNAL CEME...
  • Frank Dobby (c.1891 - 1918)
    Sergeant in the Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery (Reg. no. 20929). Died in battle in France. Posthumously awarded the 2014-15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal. DOBBY, ...
  • Adrian Grant Duff (1869 - 1914)
    Adrian Grant Duff Educated at Wellington and Sandhurst Served in Gibralter, Mauritius, South Africa, India Served at Staff College 1903-1904 and 1905-09 Department of Military Operations at t...

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