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James Dixon Nicholson (17488)

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a soldier of the border regiment
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Lonsdale Battalion Roll of Honour
Full Name James Dixon Nicholson
Rank (highest) Private (Drummer)
Service Number 17488
Company A Company
Battalion 11th Battalion (Lonsdale)
Regiment Border Regiment
Enlisted / Commissioned 7 January 1915 / Alston, Cumberland
Theatre(s) of War France and Flanders
Born Alston-with-Garrigill, Cumberland
Nationality English
Spouse(s) Alice Nicholson / Ivy House, Nenthead, Alston
Parents James and Ruth Nicholson / Market Place, Alston
Casualty Type Commonwealth War Dead
Died 3 July 1916
Age 28 Years
Cause of Death Died of wounds
Burial Type Grave
Reference Number I.B.7.
Resting Place Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension
Commemorated in perpetuity by the
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Coordinates Latitude: 50.01302 / Longitude: 2.5291
Commemorative Scroll Yes / click here


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