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"At Duty's Call" [Employees of McDougall Bros Ltd who served with H M Forces during World War I]

Date
[c1920]
Reference
WF/C/M/H/39
Part of
Wellcome Foundation Ltd
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Description

A "roll of honour" imprinted on card, originally framed (frame not retained). Full title: "The following employees of / McDougall Bros Ltd, / Manchester, Middleton Junction, East London, S/A, &c / served with His Majesty's Forces during / the Great War".

"Employees of the Firm prior to the War":
Lieut Sidney McDougall ["killed"];
Lieut G A Brown;
Lieut L G M Crick;
Lieut Alfred Worrall ["killed"];
Lieut Herbert Henson;
Lieut Johan Coetzee;
George Salter;
John Grimshaw;
Ralph Waddilove;
William Chandler;
Ernest Moult;
Henry Hawksworth;
William Winterbottom;
Edmund Power;
Harry Birchall;
James Stowell Brereton ["killed"];
Frank Durr;
James Rafferty;
Alfred Pendergast ["killed"];
Thomas Bamford;
Robert Gavin;
Harry Travis;
James Scholes;
Albert Wilkinson;
Harold Heath;
Alfred Timplery;
Alfred Gouldbourne;
William Melia;
John Marcroft;
Frank Ogden;
William Turner;
Charles Hector Clarke ["killed"];
Edmund Holden ["killed"];
Harold Scholes ["killed"];
Ernest Walton ["killed"];
Joseph Ryder;
George Sutton;
Private Wanckel ["killed"];
Alfred Law;
Richard Law;
John Leaver;
Herbert Crawshaw;
Harry Taylor;
Timothy Buckley ["killed"];
Thomas Ratigan;
Percy Morton;
Hilton Halliwell;
Edmund Ogden;
Samuel Jibson;
Albert Davenport;
Alfred Dawson;
Stanley Radford;
Samuel Simpson;
Fred Heathcote;
Walter Collier;
James J Redfern;
George Donaldson;
Fred Mellson;
Albert Thorpe;
R W Grimmer;
George Scholes.

"Employees of the Firm after Aug 4th 1914":
Frank Nuttall;
Edward Hassall;
Fred Hulme;
Alfred Hall;
Thomas H Stock;
Edwin Nichols;
Robert Hilton;
James Cross ["killed"];
John Hubburd;
Peter Leach;
James Marsh;
John Stanley;
Joseph Webster;
Harry Halliwell;
James Batey;
John Wolstencroft;
Thomas Coyne;
Samuel Buckley.

Publication/Creation

[c1920]

Physical description

1 item Dimensions: 430 x 275mm. With downward tear (approx 100mm) from upper edge right.

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