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Lest we forget header by Graham Williamson 2017

Home: Greenside Hill
Date of death: 14 November 1918
Age at death: 21 years
Fate: Died of influenza in Victoria Military Hospital, Beverley, Yorkshire
Rank: Private
Service No: 84483
Unit/Regiment: 3rd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers
Buried: Ingram (St. Michael) Churchyard, UK (Cemetery/memorial reference: near east boundary wall). Arthur is also commemorated on a memorial plaque within Ingram Church, Northumberland UK and on the Branton Presbyterian Church Roll of Honour, Northumberland UK.
Other: Second son of George and E.M. Turnbull of Greenside Hill.

CWGC Casualty Details

TURNBULL Arthur James - gravestone c. Graham Williamson
Private Arthur James Turnbull gravestone at Ingram Church
TURNBULL Arthur James - gravestone inscription c. Graham Williamson
Private Arthur James Turnbull gravestone inscription

Inscription reads:

/IN/ LOVING MEMORY/ OF/

/ARTHUR JAS TURNBULL,/ PTE N.F./ SECOND SON OF/ GEORGE & E.M.TURNBULL,/ OF GREENSIDE HILL,/

/WHO DIED AT THE VICTORIA MILITARY/ HOSPITAL, BEVERLEY, YORKSHIRE,/ NOV.14.1918, AGED 21 YEARS./ HE IS NOT DEAD, BUT SLEEPETH./

plaque at Ingram church re 1914-1918 c. G Williamson

1914-1918 Memorial Plaque in Ingram Church, UK

Ingram Church, Ingram, Northumberland

 Ingram (St. Michael) Churchyard, UK

Northumberland Fusiliers regimental badge

Northumberland Fusiliers

(Image credit: By kind permission of The Fusiliers Museum of Northumberland.)

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