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War Memorial Panel - Branxton, Northumberland, England




1914 - 1919

St. Paul's Church in Branxton, Northumberland
The panels can be found inside of St. Paul's church.

War Memorial Panel - Branxton, Northumberland, England
Branxton School
1914 - 1919
Old scholars who served in the Great War.

War Memorial Panel - Branxton, Northumberland, England

War Memorial Panel - Branxton, Northumberland, England
Killed

Ainsley, John
Ewart, John
Gallon, James
Jamieson, John
Nesbitt, William
Patterson, Joseph
Pringle, Percy
Wood, Thomas
- • -
Ainsley, Robert
Ainsley, George
Bayliff, Edgar A.
Collins, William
Fairnington, James
Fairnington, Robert E.
Fairnington, Andrew
Gallon, Richard
Harmiston, Andrew
Moffatt, Robert
Moffatt, Thomas
Moffatt, Thomas
Mole, John
Mole, Alexander
Moscrop, Edward
Patterson, William
Patterson, Thomas
Patterson, James
Patterson, Charles
Patterson, George
Patterson, Henry
Patterson, Thomas
Patterson, James
Patterson, William
Patterson, Stephen
Pringle, Richard
Rankin, George
Rankin, William
Rankin, Andrew
Rankin, David
Rankin, John
Rankin, Thomas
Rankin, Frank
Rankin, Robert
Smith, Robert
Swan, Robert
Scott, James
Scott, Samuel
Scott, John
Taylor, William
Tait, Andrew
Tait, Thomas
White, Robert
Younger, Adam
Younger, Joseph
War Memorial Panel - Branxton, Northumberland, England


Church window - Branxton, Northumberland, England

War Memorial Panel - Branxton, Northumberland, England

Church window - Branxton, Northumberland, England

The windows above have been placed
in this church in honour of those
who fell in the Great War 1914 - 1919
Northumberland Fusiliers
John Ewart
James Porteous
William Suthern

Royal Garrison Artillery
John Ainslie
Herbert Dew

Royal Scots
Thomas Wood
Scottish Rifles
(The Cameronians)
Joseph Patterson, M. M.


Seaforth Highlanders
John Watson


Machine Gun Corps
Matthew Wight



Picture: St. Paul's Church      Picture owner: Andrew Curtis      Source: geograph
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This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.

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