Newcastle Journal



‘Local Wounded in Home Hospitals’
The lists, received at the Lord Mayor’s Information Bureau, of sick and wounded admitted to home hospitals,
contain the following names : -

Extract dated 30th June 1915


Sergeant Arthur Appleby, 2309 7th N.F.
Pte. Michael Bell, 1107, N.F.
Pte. H. Gandon, 1307 2nd N.F.
Corporal Walter Hammond, 431 1st N.F.
Lance-Corporal Robert Hill, 8769 1st N.F.
Pte. Jacob Holt, 16628 2nd N.F.
Pte. Joseph Longcake, 2070 5th Border Regiment.
Pte. John Pike, 1063 1st N.F.
Lance-Corporal Robert Pilkington, 993 1st N.F.

Extract dated 17th July 1915


Lance-Corporal Wm. Adcock, 4839 2nd Border Regiment.
Private George S. Anderson, 9960, 2nd D.L.I.
Private Thos. James Edwards, 16448, 2nd N.F.
Private Patrick Geoghegan, 11977, 2nd Border Regiment.
Lance-Corporal Joseph Howson, 7544, 2nd D.L.I.
Private Alfred Pratt, 16456, 2nd N.F.
Private George Baff, 2497, 1/7th D.L.I.
Private Jas. Chisholm, 1288, 7th N.F.
Corporal John Johnson, 2067, 4th N.F.
Corporal James Long, 933, 7th D.L.I.
Driver George Miller, 1105, 5th Durham Battery, R.F.A.












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