First World War
Oficial account of the Post Office Rifles For a less sanitised story see Robert Graves Goodbye to All That Oldest cavalryman dies in 2005 Zeppelin attack on Woolwich Arsenal
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No Surname Rank Service Number Date Of Death Age Regiment/Service Nationality Grave/Memorial Ref. Cemetery/Memorial Name
1 BRIND, ALFRED CHARLES Private 33676 16/10/1918 35 7th Bn Wiltshire Regiment United Kingdom B. 5. POMMEREUIL BRITISH CEMETERY
2 BRIND, Albert G Private G/5876 24/08/1918 Unknown 7th Bn Royal Sussex Regiment United Kingdom IV. I. 13. PERONNE ROAD CEMETERY, MARICOURT
3 BRIND, B George Rifleman 385140 23/04/1918 Unknown 1st/8th Bn. London Regiment (Post Office Rifles) United Kingdom D. 24A. BOIS GUILLAUME COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION
4 BRIND, BERTRAM HAROLD Private 1977 12/03/1915 19 13th Kensington Bn. London Regiment United Kingdom I. M. 5. MERVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY
5 BRIND, EDWARD Serjeant 10535 23/04/1917 30 6th Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment United Kingdom Bay 5. ARRAS MEMORIAL
6 BRIND, Ernest Corporal 16716 07/05/1917 Unknown 19th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery United Kingdom I. G. 1. BULLY-GRENAY COMMUNAL CEMETERY, BRITISH EXTENSION
7 BRIND, ERIC THOMAS Major   28/07/1916 Unknown 23rd Bn. Australian Infantry, A.I.F. Australian   VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL
8 BRIND, FRANK WALTER Corporal 721202 07/05/1917 25 2nd/24th Bn. London Regiment United Kingdom C. 458. KARASOULI MILITARY CEMETERY
9 BRIND, HERBERT Rifleman S/410 25/09/1915 Unknown 12th Bn. Rifle Brigade United Kingdom Panel 10. PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL
10 BRIND, HENRY Lance Corporal WR/314014 20/02/1919 42 Inland Waterways and Docks. Royal Engineers United Kingdom Screen Wall. 32. 100. WOODGRANGE PARK CEMETERY, EAST HAM
11 BRIND, HERBERT COLIN Serjeant 7697 26/10/1914 Unknown 1st Bn. Wiltshire Regiment United Kingdom Panel 33 and 34. LE TOURET MEMORIAL
12 BRIND, J Private 1533 19/11/1914 25 A Coy. 2nd Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment United Kingdom Screen Wall. W. 429. LEEDS (LAWNS WOOD) CEMETERY
13 BRIND, JOHN Corporal 10885 24/08/1916 Unknown 5th Bn. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry United Kingdom Pier and Face 10 A and 10 D. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
14 BRIND, JACK Private 238489 22/08/1917 22 5th Bn. Herefordshire Regiment attd. 5th Bn. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. United Kingdom Panel 154. TYNE COT MEMORIAL
15 BRIND, PERCY GEORGE Private 313271 or 3/3271 01/07/1916 Unknown 1st Bn. Essex Regiment. United Kingdom Pier and Face 10 D. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL
16 BRIND, Robert C Private 6167 09/09/1916 23 23rd Bn. London Regiment. United Kingdom III. H. 17. FLATIRON COPSE CEMETERY, MAMETZ
17 BRIND, RALPH MONTACUTE Captain   02/02/1916 Unknown 37th Dogras Indian XIX. C. 8. AMARA WAR CEMETERY
18 BRIND, SIDNEY FRANCIS Private 1884 05/08/1916 Unknown 25th Bn. Australian Infantry A.I.F. Australian   VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL
19 BRIND, STANLEY JEROME Pioneer WR/43178 06/05/1919 22 Royal Engineers United Kingdom U. 206. WANDSWORTH (STREATHAM) CEMETERY
20 BRIND, THOMAS ALFRED Private 63054 21/03/1918 Unknown 59th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). United Kingdom Bay 10. ARRAS MEMORIAL
21 BRIND, WILLIAM Private 18394 29/04/1917 Unknown 1st Btn Royal Berkshire Regiment United Kingdom Bay 7. ARRAS MEMORIAL
Sonning (St. Andrew) Churchyard
22 BRIND, William H Private G2118 01/07/1916 30 16th Bn. Middlesex Regiment United Kingdom B. 59. BEAUMONT-HAMEL BRITISH CEMETERY
William J possible link
Rifleman R/33149 14/12/1916 Unknown 21st Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps. United Kingdom III. Q. 4. RIDGE WOOD MILITARY CEMETERY

*** WW1 Service Records ***
John Brind 13 Sussex St Plaistow, London Discharged 17th Sept 1915 XVI Kings Reg Disability - Shell Shock
Pte Thomas Brind 24 Milmount St, Woolwich, London Enlisted - Southampton (There's that connection to the south coast again, remember Walter John enlisted in Portsmouth Carl Brind) 21 Jan 1917 Mother - Amelia Brind of 24 Milmount St, Woolwich, London Injuries - Back and chest Occupation - Friuterer (?) (Father John James Brind of Albourne)
William John Brind Aldbourne, Swindon Injuries or scars - Cleft Palet
*** Naval Records *** ***
Henry Nathaniel Brind Woolwich, London Height 5ft 4 1/2 Scars or marks - Tattooed on both forearms
Arthur Brind 2nd June 1899 Ship - Pembroke 1 (2 July 1917-17th Sept 1917) * the reason I have marked this down is that either my other gt-grandfather or my girlfriends gt-grandfather also sailed on this boat (Carl Brind) Scars or marks - Left cheek and scar on forehead and lip