We remember John Ash

We remember John Ash

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Timeline

Timeline

1881
birth Bridstow, Northlew, Devon United Kingdom Source:7946992 2nd January 1881
1917
dates Age 37 Source:7946912 7th September 1917
employment Chaplain for the Free Churches Cowes, Isle of Wight United Kingdom Source:7946912
marriage Mary Ash Source:7946988
service British Army Reverend Royal Army Chaplains Department, Royal Field Artillery 48th Division Ammunition Column Source:7946912
location Dailima, Newport Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight United Kingdom Source:7946912
1917
death He was killed in his billet through bombing by aeroplanes on 7 September 1917. He was 37. Source:7946912 7th September 1917
burial Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetary CWGC Cemetery/Memorial West-Vlaanderen Belgium IX. H. 26 Source:7946988

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names John
Initials J
Last Name Ash
Source 75122
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
Dailima, Newport Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight United Kingdom
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army Royal Army Chaplains Department, Royal Field Artillery 48th Division Ammunition Column Reverend
Family
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Mary Ash wife
Religion
DateReligionSource
Methodist

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Evidence

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Official Records

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Medal Index Card
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Transcription Sue54478

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Taken from They Gave Their Today blog, with thanks Sue54478
Taken from 1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums with thanks Sue54478

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