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Amble West Cemetery

Amble West Cemetery Entrance


"For Your Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today"

Allan Anderson Angus Baston Brown Carr

5777941 Private William Allan: 8th (H.D.) Bn. Royal Norfolk Regiment Died 26th November 1941 aged 47 Husband of Elizabeth Allan, of Amble.
Sec. H. Grave 97.

Chief Engineer Officer John William Anderson, S.S. Edwin T. Douglas (St. Catharine, Ontario) Merchant Navy. Died 19th May 1944 aged 56. Son of John William and Annie Anderson, of Amble; husband of Janet B. Anderson, of Amble.
Sec. A. Grave 120.

T/S8939 Shoeing Smith Joseph Frederick Angus, Royal Army Service Corps. Died 19th February 1920. Aged 29. Son of John Stewart Angus and Alice Angus.
Sec. A. Grave 99.

4270656 Gunner Robert Allen Baston, 127 H.A.A. Regt. Royal Artillery. Died 4th September 1944
Sec. H. Grave 109.

Deck Hand James Brown, Dredger Coquet Mouth (Newcastle-on-Tyne) Merchant Navy. Died 4th July 1940 aged 66. Husband of A. J. Brown, of Linthorpe, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire.
Sec. F. Grave 96.
1591621 Sergeant Robert Henry Carr, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 10th January 1947 aged 21 Son of Robert Henry Carr, and of Catherine Carr, of Amble.
 Sec. I. Grave 178.


Cavers Clancey Crackett Dixon Douglas English

19/783 Private Watson Cavers, 19th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers, transf. to 80th Bn. Training Reserve. Died 2nd January 1917 aged 24. Son of Watson and Hannah Cavers, of Panhaven Rd., Amble.
Sec A. Grave 50.

9168 Drummer Thomas James Clancey, 1st Bn. Welsh Regiment. Died 7th April 1915 aged 23.
Sec I. Grave 62.
4391928 Private Sydney Crackett, Corps of Military Police. Died 7th April 1942
Alternative Commemoration - buried in Amble East Cemetery. (Special Memorial.)  Note: This headstone has now been moved to the East Cemetery
11095 Private James Dixon, 3rd Bn. Durham Light Infantry. Died 30th August 1917 aged 38. Son of the late James and May Dixon; husband of Annie Simons (formerly Dixon), of 7, Lime St., Amble. Served in the South African Campaign.
Sec B. Grave 127.
108924 Private J. Douglas, Durham Light Infantry. Died 9th July 1918
Sec.C. Grave 379. [Died at Herne Bay Military Hospital]
Mate Robert Forster English, Dredger Coquet Mouth (Newcastle-on-Tyne) Merchant Navy. Died 4th July 1940 aged 45.
 Sec. A. Grave 106.


Frew Marshall Nicholson Redpath Riddell Ryan
3325725 Private William Frew, 13th Bn. Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) Died 20th May 1941
Sec. L. Grave 77.
LT/X 20368A Seaman James Frederick Marshall, H.M. Drifter Girl Helen. Royal Naval Patrol Service. Died 6th November 1940
 Sec. L. Grave 76.
27858 Private R. Nicholson 30th (Tyneside Irish) Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. Died 24th December 1916 Aged 24. Son of Isabella Nicholson, of 21, Hauxley, Amble, and the late William Nicholson.
Sec. B. Grave 268.
1720327 Private Ralph Redpath, Pioneer Corps. Died 3rd August 1944 aged 33. Son of Alexander and Jane Redpath, of Amble; husband of Mary Redpath, of Amble.
Sec. H. Grave 133.
616809 Sergeant (W.Op.) Norman Grey Riddell, 206 Sqdn. Royal Air Force Died 20th December 1940 aged 21. Son of James Robert and Ellen Jane Riddell, of Amble.
Sec. H. Grave 183.
1019207 Sergeant (Obs.) James Ryan, 405 (R.C.A.F.) Sqdn Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 15th December 1942 Aged 40. Son of James and Sarah Ryan, of Amble. Sec. A. Grave 31.


Scott Stewart Straughan Wade Wallace  
38283 Private R. Scott, 3rd Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers Died 25th April 1920
Sec. B. Grave 145.
1047393 Leading Aircraftman Robert Nairn Main Stewart, 2890 Sqdn. R.A.F. Regt. Royal Air Force Volunteer. Died 19th October 1944 aged 23 Son of Mrs. E. Stewart, of Amble; husband of Mary Stewart, of Amble. Sec. I. Grave 149. 1477 Private J. E. Straughan, 1st/7th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers. Died 18th November 1918 aged 23. Husband of Mrs. Straughan, of 56, Queen's St., Amble.
Sec. C. Grave 424.
20/1691 Private John George Wade, Northumberland Fusiliers. Died 12th June 1919 aged 23. Son of Thomas and Susanah Wade, of 1, Greenfield Terrace, Amble.
Sec. B. Grave 56.
1030121 Sergeant (Pilot) John Wallace, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 8th April 1943 aged 22. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wallace, of Radcliffe.
Sec. H. Grave 106.


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