|Remembering The Dead Of World War 1.||
William Frank Gardiner.
Boulogne Eastern Cemetery,
Died of wounds received during an attack at Neuve Chapelle.
Son of Sir William Baird
Bart. & the Hon. Lady Baird of Saughton Hall, Midlothian, UK. Born 18-04-1885 & was educated at Eton & Sandhurst. Husband of Violet Mary Baird (nee Croft) of Wareside, Ware, Hertfordshire, UK. Formally served with the 7th Dragoon Guards. Possibly, also remembered on the War Memorial at Benendon, Kent. (The initials are different on this memorial).
Stone Inscription :- "Be Thou Faithful Unto Death And I Will Give Thee A Crown Of Life".
Scartho Road Cemetery,
Grimsby, North East Lincs. UK.
Son of Thomas & Catherine Hannigan of Liscarney, Westport, County Mayo. Husband of Isabella Gileard (formerly Hannigan) of Holme Street, Grimsby, UK.
Stone Inscription :-
"Until We Meet Again".
Captain & QuarterMaster
Son of the late Serjeant P.H. Jones (Lincolnshire Regiment).
Husband of Mrs. M.A. Jones of 3, Dysart Road, Grantham, Lincolnshire, UK.
Holder of the Durbar Medal. Served in the Nile Expedition & The South African Campaign. Born at Lincoln.
Stone Inscription :- "Dearly Loved And Sadly Missed".
Transferred to :-
Newark-upon-Trent Cemetery, Nottinghamshire, UK.
Son of Mr. T. & Mrs. R. Powers of Hawford Cottages, Barnby, Newark-upon-Trent, UK. Born at Wilburton, Cambridgeshire, UK.
Stone Inscription :- "R.I.P.".
D.A.A. & Quartermaster General,
As D.A.Q.M.G. to
Staff, XV Corps.
Bray Military Cemetery,
Died of wounds received at Bray-sur-Somme.
Eldest son of James Nisbet Swann & Ethel Innes Swann of Inglehurst, Malvern, Worcestershire, UK. Educated at Priory School, Summerfields, Oxford & Rugby & then Sandhurst. First commissioned in March 1912.
Stone Inscription:- "Thou Hast Given Joyous Life And Free".