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1/3rd Battalion

MONMOUTHSHIRE REGIMENT

Pioneers of the 49th (West Riding) Division

 

1st July : Works in 36th (Ulster) Division area during its attack on Schwaben Redoubt.

July : Works in Thiepval and La Boisselle sectors.

Disbanded on the 5th August.

 

15 names

2430  Private

Robert

ARMSTRONG

Died of wounds on the 18th July 1916

Rest in peace in Puchevillers British Cemetery

 

1224  Corporal

William Harold

BEEKS

Died of wounds on the 17th July 1916 - Age 22

Rest in peace in Etaples Military Cemetery

 

3405  Private

Sidney

CARPENTER

Killed in action on the 16th July 1916

Rest in peace in Aveluy Wood Cemetery

 

3170  Private

William George

EDWARDS

Killed in action on the 7th July 1916 - Age 25

Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial

 

290570  Sergeant

Thomas

FOY

Killed in action on the 7th July 1916

Rest in peace in Mill Road Cemetery

 

3129  Private

William Oriel

JONES

Died of wounds on the 11th July 1916 - Age 18

Rest in peace in Puchevillers British Cemetery

 

2163  Private

Edwin

MEREDITH

Killed in action on the 10th July 1916

Rest in peace in Aveluy Wood Cemetery

 

290701  Private

William

MUTTER

Killed in action on the 7th July 1916

Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial

 

3543  Private

W.

POWELL

Died of wounds on the 17th July 1916 - Age 26

Rest in peace in Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Ext.

 

3462  Private

Evan John

REYNOLDS

Killed in action on the 16th July 1916 - Age 25

Rest in peace in Aveluy Wood Cemetery

 

2622  Private

George Henry

ROWE

Killed in action on the 8th July 1916

Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial

 

290771  Private

William John

SHAW

Killed in action on the 4th July 1916

Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial

 

Second Lieutenant

Charles Constantine Lionel

STRAKER

Died of wounds on the 7th July 1916

Rest in peace in Connaught Cemetery

 

2886  Private

Albert

WEBB

Killed in action on the 9th July 1916

Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial

 

2863  Corporal

George Albert

WOOD

Died of wounds on the 16th July 1916

Rest in peace in Puchevillers British Cemetery