Charles H Taylor, 42, commercial traveller, born Kings Lynn
Minnie, wife, 29, born Cambs
Florence E, 18, born Kings Lynn
Percival C, 16, ironmonger’s assistant, born Kings Lynn
Mabel H, 11, born Kings Lynn
Gladys L, 6, born Northants
Dorothy E, 3, born Cambridge
Henry James McCullagh, 40, senior clerk engineering dept. Post Office telegraph, born Kilkenny
Jane Harriet McCullagh, 36, born Belfast
Alfred Thompson, 13, born Belfast
Harry Lee, 7, born Cork
Herbert Victor Rhodes, born 1884, private 204283 1st Beds and Hertford Regiment. He was a warehouseman. In 1916 he was shot in the right shoulder and judged 20% disabled. In May 1919 he was found dirty on parade (unshaven) and confined to barracks for four days.
John Cosstick, born 1884, gunner 211157 24th Res. Batt. Royal Regiment of Artillery. He was married to Lily with one daughter. He enlisted 1915. In July 1917 his wife wrote asking the whereabouts of her husband and was told the location of his present unit was uncertain but that letters could be sent to R.A. Rouen.
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