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Above Thomas 1908,John 1911, James 1914, Charles 1916, Ralph 1918, Coulson Brothers
"Photograph of Michael and Susie dated 1945
this is a great site if you are researching us navy
WW1 Ship histories Thank you Jo Hartwell for the research into the Pittsburgh
and for adding Michael and Susan to your research
"Gone and never forgotten John Coulson Remembered with honor'' Alexandra Princess of Wales’s own Yorkshire regiment, 2nd battalion,/8628'C' Coy, who died age 36 on the 22 November 1916 John Coulson Battalion Details Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment) 2 nd battalion 4.8,18 Guernsey 28.8. 1914 Southampton and to Lyndhurst in 21st Bde 7th Div. 6 .10 1914 landed at Zeebrugge , 20.12 .1915 21st Bte. to 30th Div, at fienvillers, 11.5.1918 to 32nd Bde. 11th Div. at Mazingarbe absorbing 6th Bn.(21 officers and 640 men) 11.11.1918 32nd Bde. Div. France Goegnies Chaussee, north of Maubeuge.
"Photograph of John Coulson below''
"Photograph below taken in 2005''
Photograph above to be David Marsh born 1851 father of Sergeant Charles Marsh David Marsh may have served during the Boer war I have found a record and I'm looking for Further confirmation however I can remember a sword That was from the Boer war,
"In memory of Sergeant Charles Marsh 5330. 5 Bn Gordon Highlanders
Who died 13 November 1916 Remembered With Honor Somme Thiepval Memorial''
''In Memory Of Gunner Charles Henry Coulson 2nd Battalion Green Howards (Burma)
who served during world war II'' Gunner Charles Henry Coulson 340/95/ hyaarg royal artillery In Coventry11th November 1940 then transferred to Burma Gunner Charles Henry Coulson 15642/E Troop Green Howards.
In Memory Of Arthur Kenmire
Durham light infantry 17045 14 battalion who died 19 April 1918 Conde, 11 January 1918 Local casualties Mrs n Kenmire, 51 grace street, west Hartlepool, has received official news that her
husband, pte Arthur kenmire, of the d.l.i., is a prisoner of war in Germany. He had been at the front for two and a half years. Before joining up he was employed as a dock labourer. 26 June 1918 Local casualties Mrs Kenmire, of 51 grace street, west Hartlepool, has received news that her husband, pte Arthur Kenmire, Durham Light Infantry died on April 17, at Conde, Germany, while prisoner of war. The cause of death is Unknown. A message conveying the sympathy of the king and queen has been received. Pte kenmire, Who was 31, was employed by the west Hartlepool steam navigation co, prior to enlisting in sept. 1914. He had twice been wounded. On active service Kenmire On 19th April, 1918, at Conde, pte Arthur kenmire, Durham Light Infantry aged 31, dearly beloved husband of Nellie kenmire (nee Coulson), while prisoner of war.Deeply mourned by his sorrowing wife and two Children. God grant him eternal rest.resting place CONDE sur l'ESCAUT Communal Cemetery (Nord France)
Very useful information tees valley indexes.
regarding the marriage section ONLY........
you will see registration numbers to the right of each christian name
and they correspond with churches in hartlepool and west hartlepool.
if it shows "999" it means the marriage was at a catholic/non conformist
church or register office in either town - possible records on tapes/ in books for catholic methodist.
(not all) the churches and pre 1967.....
501 is st aidan's, west hartlepool.
502 is christ church, west hartlepool.
507 is st hilda's church, hartlepool.
510 is holy trinity, seaton carew.
512 is st luke's, west hartlepool.
513 is st oswald's, west hartlepool.
514 is st paul's, west hartlepool.
515 is all saints, west hartlepool.
518 is holy trinity, hartlepool.
521 is st james's, west hartlepool. - to 1956.
602 is st george's u r church, west hartlepool.
627 is jewish synagogue, west hartlepool.
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