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Great War 1914-1918 (print)

Gassed by John Singer Sargent

This is a record of those who died in military conflict in the Great War.

Britain declared war on Germany on the 4th August 1914. The 1st July 1916 was the first day of the Battle of the Somme, the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army, and the Battle of Jutland on the 31st May to 1st June 1916 was the largest Naval battle of the war.

Bulgaria was the first country to sign an armistice on 29th September 1918 and on 30th October the Ottoman Empire capitulated. An armistice with Germany was signed and at 11:00 on 11th November a ceasefire came in to effect. This is generally considered the end of the Great War, although a formal state of war existed until the signing of the Treaty of Versailles on 28th June 1919.

CasualtyDatesRank,Regiment/ServiceFamilyLinks
Albert EASTERBROOK Died 1917 Private, Devonshire Regiment unknown Casualty Details
Albert David EASTERBROOK 1895-1914 Private, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) Son of Albert C EASTERBROOK and Louisa WALTERS, of London. Family 275 Casualty Details
Archibald EASTABROOK 1891-1915 Private, London Regiment Son of Richard and Charlotte Eastabrook. Family 12a Casualty Details
Edward EASTABROOK 1892-1916 Private, Australian Infantry Son of William and Catherine Eastabrook. Family 37a Casualty Details
Edward James EASTERBROOK 1875-1916 Leading Stoker, Royal Navy (HMS Warrior) Son of James and Elizabeth EASTERBROOK of Plymouth. Family 219 Casualty Details
Ernest John EASTERBROOK 1895-1917 Private, Devonshire Regiment Son of Mr & Mrs S Easterbrook, Coleford, Copplestone, Devon. Family 97 St Andrews (Colebrooke) War Memorial Casualty Details
Francis EASTERBROOK 1890-1916 Engine Room Artificer 4th Class, HMS Vivid Son of the late George Collins Easterbrook and Louisa Ann Easterbrook. Family 262 Casualty Details
Francis EASTERBROOK 1889-1916 Private, Royal Scots Francis from Glasgow. Family 141 Casualty Details
Francis Dick EASTERBROOK 1888-1916 Private, Devonshire Regiment Son of Elias and Eliza Agnes Easterbrook. Family 42 Casualty Details
Frank Owen EASTERBROOK Died 1915 Private, Devonshire Regiment Son of Henry and Harriet Easterbrook of Plymouth. Family 228 Casualty Details
Frederick Charles Jake EASTERBROOK 1888-1919 Private, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Son of Charlotte A Easterbrook and the late Charles Jake Easterbrook, of Rundalstone, Princetown. Family 262 Casualty Details
Frederick John EASTERBROOK 1889-1917 Private, Worcestershire Regiment Son of Hannah Easterbrook, of Wolverhampton. Family 85 Wolverhampton Roll of Honour Casualty Details
George EASTERBROOKE 1890-1918 Private, Northumberland Fusiliers George of Millwall. Family 44 Casualty Details
George Frederick EASTERBROOK 1895-1917 Private, Worcestershire Regiment George Frederick of Torquay. Family 85 Casualty Details
George Herbert EASTABROOK Died 1915 Private, King's Shropshire Light Infantry Son of Henry and Mary Ann Eastabrook. Family 12a Casualty Details
CWGC gives age as 26, but he was actually 20.
George EASTABROOK 1871-1919 Private, Royal Army Service Corps. Husband of Ellen Eastabrook of Newton Abbot. Family 33a Casualty Details
Henry George EASTERBROOK 1893-1918 Lieutenant, London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles) Son of Ellen Mary and the late Henry Easterbrook. Family 74 Casualty Details
Herbert Edward EASTERBROOK Died 1915 Leading Seaman, Royal Navy Husband of Rose Ellen Easterbrook Family 8 Casualty Details
Robert Reginald EASTERBROOK 1884-1916 Private, Royal Fusiliers Youngest son of James EASTERBROOK and Laura SELLICK of London, originally from Dawlish, husband of Rose Emily SPITTLE, and father of Violet Rose, Robert Victor, and Ronald Charles. Family 209 Casualty Details
Robert Thomas EASTABROOK Died 1918 Private, Australian Machine Gun Corps. unknown Casualty Details
Roy EASTERBROOK 1890-1917 Private, King's Own Scottish Borderers Oldest son of William John Sellick EASTERBROOK and Mary A GRIFFIN of London, originally from Dawlish. Family 209 Casualty Details
Ronald Frederick EASTERBROOK 1869-1919 Sapper, Royal Engineers, Inland Water Transport Son of Thomas and Charlotte Easterbrook. Casualty Details
Richard EASTERBROOK 1884-1915 Private, Cameron Highlanders Son of William and Elizabeth Easterbrook. Family 262 Casualty Details
Russell EASTABROOKS 1898-1917 Private, Canadian Infantry Son of Mrs Theodore Rogers (formerly Eastabrooks) of New Brunswick and the late Spurgeon Eastabrooks Casualty Details
Thomas Samuel EASTABROOK 1880-1917 Stoker, Royal Australian Navy, HMAS Brisbane Husband of Esther Kathleen Lynch (remarried). Family 43a Casualty Details
Walter Ernest EASTERBROOK 1874-1919 Rifleman, Rifle Brigade Son of John and Eliza Easterbrook. Family 115 Casualty Details
William Reginald EASTERBROOK 1894-1918 Captain, Cheshire Regiment Son of William and Catherine Easterbrook. Family 174 Casualty Details
William Thomas EASTERBROOK 1883-1914 Able Seaman, HMS Hogue Son of Henry and Jane Easterbrook of Heanton Punchardon. Family 190 Casualty Details
William Thomas EASTERBROOK 1891-1917 Private, Army Service Corps/Royal Garrison Artillery Son of John and Caroline Easterbrook. Family 256 Casualty Details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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