North East Railways Parcels Department (Lost)

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Reference WMO/280918


Newcastle-upon-Tyne Station (?)

Neville Street




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Status: Unknown
Type: Other
Location: Unknown
Setting: Unknown
Description: Unknown
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Lettering: Unknown
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: It is not clear if this memorial was ever created, and if so, where it is now. I have placed the pin position on Newcastle-upon-Tyne station as this was, in 1914, the largest station on the NER so is the most likely location. An alternative would be York where the main NER WW1 memorial is located. Each man had also had a death notice published in the magazine contemporaneously.
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W Barnes, vanman, wounded prisoner and died in enemy hands 27 March 1918, A H Clements, Clerk, killed in France 2 October 1916, J Dewar, Assistant Toll Collector, died of wounds 9 April 1918, H S P Davies, lad parcels porter, killed in France 31 July 1915, G W Feather, lad parcels porter, died of wounds 6 May 1918, R M Hornsby, motor deliverer, died in hospital 7 November 1918, A Holmes, vanman, died in hospital, 27 June 1917, J J Hindmarsh, parcels porter, killed in France 2 October 1917, W A Logan, lad porter, died of wounds 4 May 1917, J W Mayson, assistant toll collector, killed in HMS Vanguard Explosion 9 July 1917, W H Myers, Clerk, accidentally killed in France 1 July 1917, A Reid, Parcels Porter, killed in France 26 January 1916, H S Rush, Parcels porter, died from pnuemonia 22 October 1917,. H Morley, motor van driver, killed in France 24 March 1918

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