Person:James House (5)

James House
d.30 Apr 1918 Palestine
m. 16 Feb 1868
  1. Theresa Maud Mary House1868 -
  2. Robert House1870 - 1870
  3. Mary Ann House1871 -
  4. Henry House1873 -
  5. Kate House1875 -
  6. Ada Ethel May House1876 -
  7. John House1880 -
  8. Beatrice House1882 -
  9. Percy House1884 -
  10. Florrie House1886 - 1971
  11. Francis Donn House1888 -
  12. James House1891 - 1918
  13. Elsie May House1895 -
m. 15 Aug 1909
  1. Elsie Kate House1910 - 1988
Facts and Events
Name James House
Gender Male
Birth? 26 Jul 1891 Maiden Newton, Dorset, England
Christening? 27 Mar 1892 Maiden Newton, Dorset, England
Marriage 15 Aug 1909 Maiden Newton, Dorset, Englandto Ethel Mary Clothier
Death[1] 30 Apr 1918 Palestine
Military[1] 30 Apr 1918 Sergeant. 201819, 2nd /4th Bn., Dorsetshire Regiment
Cause of Death? Killed in Action.
Burial[2] IsraelRamleh Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery

Military Service

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  1. 1.0 1.1 In Memory of J HOUSE, Serjeant 201819, 2nd/4th Bn., Dorsetshire Regiment who died on Tuesday, 30th April 1918. Age 28. Son of Tom and Sarah Ann House; husband of Ethel Mary Limm (formerly House), of "Hill View," Abbotsbury, Dorset. Native of Maiden Newton, Dorchester. Cemetery: Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel. Grave Reference/Panel Number: T. 31. (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)
  2. Ramleh Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery

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    Ramleh Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery and Memorial to the Missing is for personnel of both World Wars and the period of Mandatory Palestine. It is located in the town of Ramla in Israel.

    The cemetery grounds were assigned to the United Kingdom in perpetuity by the municipality of Ramla in recognition of the sacrifices made by the British Empire in the defence and liberation of Palestine during the war. It is the largest cemetery for Commonwealth forces in Israel.