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WW1 Memorial, Yokohama, Japan

 
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 2:58 pm    Post subject: WW1 Memorial, Yokohama, Japan Reply with quote

The memorial is in the Gaijin Bochi (Foreigners' Cemetery) in Motomachi, Yokohama, Japan.
One of the men listed here is Second Lieutenant Andrew Richard Stuart Miller 2nd Battalion KOSB, an employee of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank who was based in Yokohama in 1915, and who is listed on the Castle Douglas War Memorial.

The photos and transcription are from "Bryn" on the Great War Forum.





BRITISH
James BARNES 2nd Lieutenant 7th Battalion Notts & Derby Regiment
Errol George Montague BEART 2nd Lieutenant RASC att. 28th Siege Battery
Percy Temple BENT 2nd Lieutenant King’s Own Scottish Borderers
Charles S. BERIONY 2nd Lieutenant Royal Flying Corps
Kenneth Sven BLAD 2nd Lieutenant Royal Engineers, att. Tank Corps
George Holyoake BOX, DFC 2nd Lieutenant Special List, unatt. Royal Air Force
Frank Ellis BUNTING Private Essex Yeomanry
George Barclay BURTON, MC 2nd Lieutenant Norfolk Regiment att. Royal Flying Corps
Horace Edwin CABLEDU Private 1/10th (Alberta) Canadian Contingent
George Crellin CARTWRIGHT Captain 2nd Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment
George Courtney Dell CLARKE Captain Royal Air Force
Henry Rodham COOK 2nd Lieutenant 17th Battalion Manchester Regiment
William DAVIDSON Lance-Corporal 1/14th London Regiment (Scottish)
William Williamson EUSTACE Trooper 10th Australian Light Horse
Carl Clare De FALLOT Captain 6th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
Kenneth Rowley FORDE Lieutenant East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)
Ralph Louis Francis FORSTER 2nd Lieutenant East Kent Regiment (The Buffs)
Leslie Willoughby FRANKLIN Lieutenant 14th Brigade RFA
Geoffrey William GOTCH Lieutenant RGA att. RAF
Francis Albert GRAHAM Sergeant 16th Battalion Middlesex Regiment
Alan Ryder HALL Lieutenant 6th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers
Vernon S. B. HALL [Lance Corporal] [41st Battalion] Australian Forces
Kenneth Joyce Nelson HANSELL Lieutenant Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians), att. 26th Battalion Machine Gun Corps
Kenric HARDMAN Captain 3rd Battalion Highland Light Infantry
William Reginald HARVEY Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery
Gilbert William HAWKINS Lieutenant King’s Royal Rifle Corps
Ralph Noel HEATHCOTE 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment
C. [Cyril Augustus] HITCHCOCK [2nd Lieutenant] [1st Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry]
Reginald HODGSON 2nd Lieutenant Irish Brigade
Donald Herbert HUTCHISON Lieutenant 16th London Regiment (Queen’s Westminster Rifles)
Tom Herbert Gordon KENDERDINE Lieutenant 2nd/5th Lancashire Fusiliers
James KERR 2nd Lieutenant 4th Battalion HLI
Tom Wheatly KILBY Private 3rd Canadian Pioneers
Eric Noel LAMBERT, MC Captain 3rd att. 5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment
Geoffrey Charles Martin LEECH Lieutenant 5th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps
Gerald LEFROY 2nd Lieutenant 5th Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers
Marmadude MARSHALL 2nd Lieutenant 159th Brigade Royal Field Artillery
Archibald Rudge Wilson MENZIES Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Scots Guards
Andrew Richard Stuart MILLER 2nd Lieutenant 3rd Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers
Edward Hampton MOSS Captain 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment
Ronald Gordon MUNRO, MC Lieutenant 18th London Regiment (Irish)
Norman MCCONNOCHIE, MC Captain 11th Battalion Hampshire Regiment (Pioneers)
Gerald George SAMUEL Lieutenant 10th Royal West Kent Regiment
Alick John SCOTT Volunteered Drowned in ‘Lusitania’ 6/5/16 Off Ireland
Charles Nicholson SEYMOUR Gunner Canadian Field Artillery
Alexander James Mackintosh SHAW Captain 1st Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers
Reginald SINGLEHURST Captain King's Royal Rifle Corps
Wright Thomas SQUIRE 2nd Lieutenant Royal Garrison Artillery
Herbert Newell ST. JOHN Private Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment)
Arthur Hill STURROCK Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers (att. Machine Gun Corps).
Charles Bertram THWAITES Private 1/5th Black Watch (The Royal Highlanders)
David Mitchell TOMLINSON Major 18th Bn., The Royal Scots
Edward Percy TURNER Captain 2nd Brigade Royal Artillery
Evan James Stanley VAUGHAN Captain 18th Battalion Middlesex Regiment
Lionel Charles Henry VINCENT 2nd Lieutenant 12th Battalion Gloucester Regiment
Ralph WALKER 2nd Lieutenant 11th Battalion Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
John Charles WALLER Lieutenant 4th Battalion 1st Canadian Division (Central Ontario Regiment)
Theodore Stewart Wolton WARREN 2nd Lieutenant 17th Battalion Durham Light Infantry
Norman Lancaster WELLS Lieutenant 6th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment
Humphrey Hamilton WILSON 2nd Lieutenant Royal Flying Corps
William St. John WILSON Gunner Royal Field Artillery
Arthur Conwan YOUNG 2nd Lieutenant 4th att. 7th/8th Royal Irish Fusiliers
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 10:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like the two panels are back-to-back on the memorial.

http://www.j-area2.com/hama/yamate/foreigncemetery.html

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 08, 2021 11:51 pm    Post subject: Yokohama Foreigner Cemetery Reply with quote

Great blog, thank you! Do you know where I can find out the reasons for some of these names being posted on this plaque here in Yokohama? I’m trying to find the connection to Japan for one of the Australians who died in Gallipoli.
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