Sergeant William McNally VC, MM & Bar - 8th ( S ) Bn, Yorkshire Regiment


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Name Frederick William,
DOBSON
Edward,
JENNINGS
Edward,
LAWSON
William,
MCNALLY
Rank Lance Corporal Rough Rider Private Sergeant
Force 2nd Bn, Coldstream Guards Bengal Artillery 1st Bn, Gordon Highlanders 8th ( S ) Bn, Yorkshire Regiment
VC won Chavonne, Aisne, France,
28 September 1914
Relief of Lucknow, Indian Mutiny,
14-22 November 1857 *
Tirah Campaign, India,
20 October 1897
Piave & Vazzola, Italy,
27 & 29 October 1918
London Gaz 9 December 1914 24 December 1858 20 May 1898 14 December 1918
Born Ovingham, Northumberland,
9 November 1886
Ballinrobe, Co Mayo, Ireland,
1820
Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
11 April 1873
Murton, Co Durham,
16 December 1894
Died 13 November 1935,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
10 May 1889,
North Shields
2 July 1955,
Walker
5 January 1976,
Murton, Co Durham
Grave Ryton Cemetery, Tyne and Wear
( image courtesy D. Stout, EFIAP )
Preston Cemetery, North Shields
( headstone erected 1997 )
Heaton Cemetery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
( headstone erected 1999 )
Tyne & Wear Crematorium, Sunderland
Location
of VC
Coldstream Guards RHQ Wellington Barracks, London 'F' Battery, Royal Artillery Gordon Highlanders Museum, Aberdeen Lord Ashcroft Gallery, Imperial War Museum, London
Remarks None * Elected by the regiment None MM & Bar

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