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George J Redpath

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Lest we forget header by Graham Williamson 2017

Home: Wooperton Station
Date of death: 8 October 1918
Age at death: 24 years
Fate: Illness. George had only been only in training for three weeks when he caught “a chill” and never recovered.
Rank: Clerk 3rd Class
Service No: 296527
Unit/Regiment: No. 6 Stores Depot, Royal Air Force
Buried: Old Bewick (Holy Trinity) Churchyard, UK (Cemetery/memorial reference: in north-west corner). Also commemorated on the Eglingham War Memorial, Northumberland UK.
Other: Eldest son of Mr & Mrs George Redpath of Wooperton Station Cottages, Wooperton, Northumberland.

CWGC Casualty Details

Old Bewick church c. G Williamson

Old Bewick (Holy Trinity) Churchyard, UK

badge of the Royal Air Force c. public domain

Badge of the Royal Air Force

(The above image is in the Public Domain)


We are grateful to Richard Waters of the Glendale Local History Society for helping to confirm George Redpath’s details. Richard has a particular interest in the people of north Northumberland who served in WWI.

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