ww1 James Crumley 35542 Heavy Battery,Royal Garrison Artillery

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  1. Please can anyone dive me any information about the above?
    Or surgest any books that may help me?
    Kind Regards.
  2. Is this your man:

    Name: James Crumley
    Birth Place: Liverpool
    Residence: Manchester
    Death Date: 22 Apr 1918
    Death Location: France & Flanders
    Enlistment Location: Hyde
    Rank: Gunner
    Regiment: Royal Garrison Artillery
    Number: 35542
    Type of Casualty: Died of wounds
    Theatre of War: Western European Theatre

    or were you after info on the RGA?
  3. 22nd Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery

    Died of wounds 22nd April 1918. Age 30. Husband of Frances Crumley of 15 Gloucester Place City Rd. Hulme Manchester. II. A. 30.


    The War Graves Photographic Project
  4. Thank`s for the info
  5. Thanks for the info
  6. Thanks I have ordered a hard copy
  7. James Crumley was son to Thomas Crumley born circa 1846 in Ireland and Bridget Crumley also from Ireland, his parents lived at 12 River Place, City Road, Hulme Manchester. James was one of 4 children.