London history over 2000 years

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Artists Rifles :1917 May, Killed in Action, Died of wounds, etc.

Chronological Roll of Honour.

1917
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1917 May 2 - CHOWNE, Capt. Gerald Henry Tilson* 9/East Lancashire
1917 May 3 - CLIVELY, 2/Lieutenant John Harold, 4/York & Lancaster
1917 May 3 - LAMBERT, Lieut. Philip Felix, Military Cross, 2/W. Riding ; Near Bullecourt
1917 May 3 - LOWDER, 2/Lieutenant Noel Reginald, 1/R. Warwick
1917 May 3 - MARLOR, Lieut. Eric, 6/W. Riding
1917 May 3 - McGiBNEY, 2/Lieutenant Francis George, 1/R. Irish Fusiliers
1917 May 3 - PASSINGHAM, Lieut. Edward George, Military Cross, 1/Northumberland Fus.
1917 May 3 - PATON, 2/Lieutenant Edward Kesson,* M.G.C.
1917 May 3 - SHEEN, 2/Lieutenant Cyril,* 12/Suffolk ; Wounded 2nd
1917 May 3 - SLATER, 2/Lieutenant John Elwyn, 5/East Lancashire
1917 May 3 - STOCK, 2/Lieutenant John Lancelot Walmesley,* 3/Dorset (Som. L.I.) ; Near Wancourt
1917 May 3 - WADE, 2/Lieutenant George Edward Ahern, 9/Rifle Brigade
1917 May 3 - WELSH, 2/Lieutenant Alexander Thorburn, 4/R. Welch Fus.
1917 May 4 - FAUNCH, 2/Lieutenant Ernest Alfred, R.G.A.
1917 May 4 - FOOT, 2/Lieutenant David Victor, R.F.C. ; Accident over Montrose
1917 May 4 - GIBSON, 2/Lieutenant Cecil Mervyn, 5/York& Lancaster
1917 May 4 - HALL, 2/Lieutenant Joseph Stanley,* 12/East Yorks
1917 May 4 - MASON, 2/Lieutenant George, R.F.C. ; Accident
1917 May 4 - SYRETT, 2/Lieutenant Alfred Montague, 1/R. Welch Fusiliers ; In France
1917 May 4 - THEAK, 2/Lieutenant Horace Leonard,* 11/Essex ...
1917 May 4 - WHITAKER, 2/Lieutenant Foster, 5/Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
1917 May 6 - SANDFORD, 2/Lieutenant Charles J. Vavasour, 8/Middlesex
1917 May 7 - WARHAM, 2/Lieutenant Joseph,* 5(8)K.R.R.C. ; Battle of Arras
1917 May 8 - MASSIE, 2/Lieutenant Sidney Edward, 1/Somerset L.I.
1917 May 8 - McCoRMicK, 2/Lieutenant Harry,* 5/East Lancs. (M.G.C.) ; Died while P.O.W.
1917 May 8 - SANDOE, 2/Lieutenant Montague William A., 11/Devon ; Near Bullecourt
1917 May 8 - STEPHENSON, 2/Lieutenant Hubert Victor, 1/D.C.L.I.
1917 May 9 - SMITH, 2/Lieutenant Gordon Hamilton, 8/Devon ; Near Bullecourt
1917 May 9 - TREADWAY, 2/Lieutenant Harold Ligouer, I5/R. Warwick ; Near Oppy
1917 May 12 - KNIGHT, 2/Lieutenant Edward James, 7/Lancashire Fusiliers
1917 May 13 - BARKER, 2/Lieutenant Theodore, 22/Manchester
1917 May 13 - MERCHANT, 2/Lieutenant Arthur Douglas, R.F.C. ; Accident
1917 May 14 - HOLM, Lieut. Frank Diederick, R.E.
1917 May 15 - COSSAR, 2/Lieutenant Norman Thomson, 7/Rifle Brigade
1917 May 19 - ARMSTRONG, 2/Lieutenant Leonard William, 3/ Border ; Near Monchy-le-Preux
1917 May 19 - BENNETT, 2/Lieutenant John Nichol, R.G.A.
1917 May 19 - MACDONALD, 2/Lieutenant Alan Leslie, 8/Manchester ; Near La Bassee
1917 May 19 - WARNER, Lieut. Bernard Oldershaw, 3(1)Essex ; Near Monchy-le-Preux
1917 May 20 - BEAUMONT, 2/Lieutenant Charles Leslie, R.F.C.
1917 May 20 - LISTER, 2/Lieutenant John Curtis, R.F.A. ; Battle of Arras
1917 May 20 - SMITH, 2/Lieutenant Harold Benjamin,* 7/London
1917 May 22 - KELLER, Lieut. Francis Frederick,* 6/London
1917 May 22 - WILLIAMS, Lieut. Henry Evan Vincent,* 2/London ; Near Bullecourt
1917 May 23 - CLARK, Capt. Walter Llewellyn, ^/Middlesex (R.F.C.)
1917 May 23 - GOODYEAR, 2/Lieutenant Frederick,* 2/Essex ; Near Fampoux (3rd)
1917 May 24 - COPE, 2/Lieutenant Gerald Quin,* 9/Manchester ; Wounded 5th
1917 May 24 - GARDNER, Pte. Richard Percy," 1/ Artists ; In France
1917 May 25 - JOHNSON, 2/Lieutenant Stanley Morrell, R.F.C. ; Accident over Dover
1917 May 26 - CAMPBELL, Capt. Guy, Military Cross, M.G.C. ; Died
1917 May 26 - COCK, Pte. Edward Millar, 1 /Artists ; In France
1917 May 26 - MAC ANDREW, Pte. William Forsyth, 2/Artists ; Died
1917 May 26 - SIMPSON, 2/Lieutenant Rolf, 6(18)K.R.R.C. ; Near Ypres
1917 May 27 - COATES, 2/Lieutenant Sidney, R.F.C.
1917 May 29 - WALKER, 2/Lieutenant Vernon Lee, 8/East Lancashire
1917 May 29 - WAY, 2/Lieutenant Robert Edward Allen,* lO/Loyal N. Lancs. ; In France
1917 May 31 - HUGHES, 2/Lieutenant Ronald Baskerville, R.F.C. ; Accident at South Car/ton
1917 May 31 - JOHNSON, 2/Lt, Frederick Blacktin, 13/ Rifle Brigade ; Battle of Arras

* Died of wounds


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