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TEIGNMOUTH MEN WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

 

W - Z

 

G. A. WADE
Not on the Sea Front Memorial or the St. James' Memorial.

Major G. A. Wade of the Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 17 March 1919. 

Buried in Teignmouth Cemetery.

R. T. WALSH

Not on the St. James' Memorial

(His father came originally from Teignmouth.)

Private Richard Thomas Walsh of the Australian Infantry. Son of James Walsh, of Brisbane St., Ipswich, Queensland, and the late Bridget Walsh. Died 3 October 1918 aged 24.

F. R. F. WARREN

Not on the St. James' Memorial

Major Frederick Robert F Warren of the 14th Battalion, the Hampshire Regiment. Born in Cardiff in the June Quarter of 1885. Died 22 October 1916 aged 31.

G. WEBBER
Sergeant George Webber of the 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment.  Son of William and Eliza Webber of Teignmouth.  Born in the March Quarter of 1885 in Teignmouth.  Died 17 June 1916 aged 31.
L. H. E. WELLS

Not on the St. James' Memorial.

Second Lieutenant Leslie Howard Elliott Wells of the 2nd Battalion, the Lancashire Fusiliers. Son of William John Howard Wells. Born in the March Quarter of 1885 in Wallingford. Died 4 May 1915 aged 31.

A. C. WEST

Private Alfred Charles West of the 2nd Troop, the Queen's Own Worcestershire Yeomanry. Son of Charles and Emily West, of Fremington, Devon; husband of Augusta Maud Mary West, of 2, Devonshire Place, Teignmouth. Born in the September Quarter of 1883 in Fremington. Died 29 March 1916 aged 27.

More information on Alfred West's family

W. M. WEST

Not on the St James' Memorial

Not yet confirmed

F. G. WHITE

Writer 3rd Class Frederick George White of the Royal Navy, HMS Revenge. Son of Frederick and Wilmot White, of 59, Bitton St., Teignmouth. Born in the March Quarter of 1899 in Teignmouth. Died 28 March 1919 aged 20.

Buried in Teignmouth Cemetery

J. F. WHITEWAY - WILKINSON
Private John Frederick Whiteway-Wilkinson of the 24th Battalion, the Australian Infantry. Son of Dr. William Henry Whiteway-Wilkinson, F.R.C.S. (Edin.), and Charlotte Elizabeth Whiteway-Wilkinson, of Teignmouth. Born in London. Died 29 July 1916 aged 32. He was an Australian citizen.
E. W. WILLCOCKS

Not on the St James' Memorial.

Gunner Everett Willcocks of the 38th Heavy Battery, the Royal Garrison Artillery. Husband of Mabel May Willcocks, of 22, West Hill Rd., Mutley, Plymouth. Born in the March Quarter of 1891 in Plymouth. Died 20 July 1917 aged 26.

W. G. WILLSON

Not on the Sea Front Memorial.

Private W. G. Willson of the 10th Battalion, the London Regiment. Son of Henry and Mary Willson, of Stepney, London. Died 24 November 1916 aged 45.

Buried in Teignmouth Cemetery.

G. H. WILSON

Not on St James' Memorial

Not yet confirmed

T. W. WILSON
Not on the Sea Front Memorial or the St. James' Memorial.

Stoker 1st Class  Thomas Wilson of the Royal Navy, HMS Vivid. Son of Matthew and Emma Wilson; husband of Elizabeth Jane Wilson. Died 29 December 1915 aged 39.

Buried in Teignmouth Cemetery.

W. M. WILSON

Not on St James' Memorial

Not yet confirmed

 

 

 

 
 
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