in France

AISNE DEPARTMENT

Aisne-Marne American Cemetery, Belleau

William Fleming, Corporal, 2nd Engineer Regiment, 2nd Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Missouri. Died, 7 June 1918. American Cemetery, Belleau, Aisne-Marne, France. Plot A Row 3 Grave 31 *(1,32)
Born in 1892 at Barrhead, Renfrewshire in Scotland, William was the youngest of five sons (and seven daughters) born to William Fleming a limestone quarry foreman and his wife Mary Bryce.  William’s  great-grandparents William Fleming & Isabella Stirling came from East Kilbride and farmed 100 acres at Stewartfield in Lanarkshire while his grandfather Robert and later his father William were quarrymen at the lime works in Barrhead.
In 1912, age 20, after graduating school William joined his eldest brother Robert and sisters Isabella and Mary in America staying with Mary in St Joseph, Missouri. He became an American citizen and started working for the railroad company C.B.&Q.  At enlistment in April 1917 he was a section head for CRI&P Railway in Cuba, Republic Co., Kansas.
William was sent to El Paso, Texas for his training and then to France in September 1917. In the Belleville newspaper archive, The Cuba Daylight featured his passing front page, 20 June 1918 with the above image and biography. The Belleville Telescope reported a week later, “the citizens of Cuba and vicinity honored the memory of Corporal William Fleming who died in action in France June 7th.  At the band concert last Thursday evening the band played “Taps” as they unfurled a service flag with a gold star in it in honor of Corporal Fleming.” See also second cousin, Private William Fleming, 1915 q.v. [tree S64]
Image courtesy http://www.cowhampshireblog.com/

Buzancy Military Cemetery

David Wilson Fleming, Private, S/25611, “A” Company 8th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders killed in action 28 July 1918 aged 20. Buzancy Military Cemetery, France (I.E.10.)  *(1, 3)
       Born South Shields; s/o William Robert and Jeanie C.C. Fleming of 3 South Tay St, Dundee1

Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois

Frederick Fleming, Corporal, 165th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, New York. Died 29 July 1918. Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France, Plot B Row 6 Grave 19
Brother of Joseph Fleming (1919 q.v.)

Joseph F Fleming, Sergeant, 109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Division, U.S Army. Enlisted, Pennsylvania. Cemetery: Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France, Plot B Row 19 Grave 37

Thomas Fleming, Private, 313th Quartermaster Labor Battalion, U.S. Army. Enlisted Kentucky. Died 18 January 1919. Cemetery: Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France Plot D Row 18 Grave 35

Thomas J Fleming, Mechanic, 165th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, New York. Died 28 Jul 1918. Cemetery: Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France Plot B Row 10 Grave 10

Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gouy

Vincent John Richard Fleming, Private, 5006, 26th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army killed 3 October 1918 aged 21.  Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gouy, Aisne, France (I.D.4.) *(1,3)
       son of James and Elizabeth Ellen Fleming of Walker’s Avenue, Teneriffe, Brisbane,                         Queensland 1

Serain Communal Cemetery Ext

Michael Fleming, Private, 3950, 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers killed in action 8 October 1918. Serain Communal Cemetery Extension (A.25.) *(1,7)
       Born Kilemoremoy, Ballina, Co Mayo 1

Somme American Cemetery, Bony

Isaac L Fleming, Corporal, 363rd Infantry Regiment, 91st Division U.S. Army. Enlisted, California. Died 12 November 1918. Cemetery: Somme American Cemetery, Bony, France,  Plot A Row 28 Grave 2; French Croix de Guerre.

Willard Fleming, Private, 117th Infantry Regiment, 30th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Tennessee. Died, 22 September 1918. Cemetery: Somme American Cemetery, Bony, France Plot D Row 18 Grave 5

Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy

Joseph William Fleming, Rifleman, S/25231, 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade died 1 October 1917 aged 33. Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy, France (III.C.1.) *(1)
       son of John Emily Fleming of Leighton Buzzard, Beds. ;  husband of Jessie Dorothy                                         Fleming of 2 Alice Place, Mead Place, Hackney, London. 1

Thomas Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, 21st Brigade 71st Battery Royal Garrison Artillery died of wounds 20 October 1918 aged 23. Mentioned in despatches. Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy, France (II.A.6.) *(1,3)
       son of Thomas and Agnes Fleming of Craigton, Kinross 1

 

 


BAS-RHIN DEPARTMENT

Plaine French National Cemetery

George Rivers Sanderson Fleming, Flight Lieutenant, 3rd Wing Royal Naval Air Service who died 17 April 1917 aged 31. Plaine French National Cemetery, Bas-Rhin, France (324) *(1)
       son of Atwell and Sara Sheppherd Fleming, 54 Elm Ave, Toronto, Canada 1

 


HAUTES-DE-SEINE DEPARTMENT

Suresnes American Cemetery

Laurence E Fleming, Private, 362nd Infantry Regiment, 91st Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Montana. Died 23 July 1918. Cemetery: Suresnes American Cemetery, Suresnes, France, Plot A Row 17 Grave 5

William Fleming, Private, 518th Engineer Regiment, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Georgia. Died 4 October 1918. Suresnes American Cemetery, Suresnes, France Plot B Row 14 Grave 4

 


MEURTHE-ET-MOSELLE DEPARTMENT

St. Mihiel American Cemetery, Thiaucourt

Harry Fleming, Corporal, 112th Machine Gun Battalion, 29th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Kansas. Died, 4 Oct 1918. St. Mihiel American Cemetery, Thiaucourt, France, Plot A Row 7 Grave 9

James F Fleming, Private, 312th Infantry Regiment, 78th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, New Jersey. Died 28 September 1918. Tablets of the Missing, St. Mihiel American Cemetery Thiaucourt, France

Oliver Lemin Fleming, Private, 56th Infantry Regiment, 7th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Texas. Died 2 Oct 1918. St. Mihiel American Cemetery, Thiaucourt, France Plot D Row 10 Grave 26

 


MEUSE DEPARTMENT

Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon

Albert Fleming, Private, 1st Trench Artillery Battalion, Coast Artillery Corps, U.S. Army. Enlisted Rhode Island. Died 18 Jan 1919. Cemetery: Plot B Row 38 Grave 31, Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France

Claud D Fleming, Private 1st Class, 139th Infantry Regiment, 35th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted Missouri. Died 27 Sep 1918. Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, Meuse, France( Plot A Row 2 Grave 17)

Dayton Fleming, Private, 61st Infantry Regiment, 5th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, New Jersey. Died 14 Oct 1918. Cemetery: Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery Romagne, France: Plot G, Row 9 Grave 2

James Fleming, Private, 306th Field Artillery Regiment, 77th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, New York. Died 22 October 1918. Cemetery: Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France, Plot D Row 28, Grave 17

Joseph P Fleming, Corporal, 148th Infantry Regiment, 37th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Ohio. Died 27 September 1918. Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France Plot F Row 43 Grave 16

Patrick F Fleming, D.S.C., Private, 138th Infantry Regiment, 35th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Missouri. Died, 13 August 1919. Cemetery: Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France Plot D Row 17 Grave 21; Distinguished Service Cross.

Saunders Fleming, 1st Lieutenant, 317th Infantry Regiment, 80th Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Virginia. Died 23 October 1918. Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France Plot A Row 26 Grave 9

Vincent A Fleming, Mechanic, 7th Anti-Aircraft Battery, Coast Artillery Corps, U.S. Army. Enlisted, North Carolina. Died 22 October 1918. Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France Plot B Row 40 Grave 25

Tablets of the Missing,  American Cemetery, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon

William Fleming, Corporal, 325th Infantry Regiment, 82nd Division, U.S. Army. Enlisted, Pennsylvania. Died 14 October 1918. Tablets of the Missing,  Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, Meuse Department, France

 


NORD DEPARTMENT

Anneux British Cemetery

Walter Alfred Fleming, Private, 309128, 12th Battalion Tank Corps died 8 October 1918 aged 28. Anneux British Cemetery (IV.C.I.) *(1)
       Son of B Martindale (formerly Fleming) of 2A Lambeth Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool and the                              late James Fleming employed at Mercantile Marine Office, Liverpool 1

Arneke British Cemetery

Alfred Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, 4th Squadron Royal Air Force died 29 April 1918 aged 19. Arneke British Cemetery (II.A.27.) *(1, 5)
       son of Charles Fleming of Bethnal Green 1

Thomas James Fleming, Air Mechanic 2nd Class, 406429, 29th Squadron Royal Air Force died 24 September 1918 aged 22. Arneke  British Cemetery, France (VIII.B.6.) *(1)
       son of Thomas Daniel and Mary Fleming of 24 Warwick Road, Bootle, Liverpool 1

Awoingt British Cemetery

F W Fleming, Private, 57551, 1st/5th Battalion Manchester Regiment died 21 October 1918. Awoingt British Cemetery, France (I.A.9.) *(1)
       Husband of E A Fleming of 22 Percy St, Canning Town, London 1

Bailleul Communal Cemetery Ext

J Fleming, Driver, T/20349, Army Service Corps attd Royal Garrison Artillery who died 13 June 1915. Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France (I.E.122.)

Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres

Rhyl Vaughan Fleming, Corporal, 9/1832, OIR New Zealand. KIA 15 Nov 1916, France. Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, France (III.B.20) *(1,4)
       son of A James and Elizabeth M Fleming of St Johns Hill, Wanganui, New Zealand; born                                Otago, New Zealand. 1

Borre British Cemetery, Hazebrouck

Thomas Fleming, Private, 6763, 6th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army died  11 July 1918 aged 29. Borre British Cemetery, Hazebrouck, Nord, France (II.D.2.) *(1,2)

Cambrai Memorial, Louverval

Clarence Fleming, Private, 359764, 1st/10th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) died 30 November 1917 aged 22. Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, France (panel 4) *(1)
       son of William and Emily Fleming of 6 West Square, Scarborough 1

Ernest Samuel Flemming, Private, 225167, 1st Battalion attd. 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers London Regiment who died 3 December 1917 aged 25. Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France (panel 11) *(1)
       brother of William Luke Fleming of 87 Frances Rd, Erdington, Birmingham 1
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James Fleming, Lance Sergeant, G/41666, 17th Battalion Middlesex Regiment died 1st December 1917. Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, France (panel 9) *(1,5)
       born Bermondsey 1

Carnieres Communal Cemetery Ext

John Cairn Fleming, Private, 11370, 1st Battalion Scots Guards killed in action 15 October 1918 aged 29. Carnieres Communal Cemetery Extension (I.E.10.) *(1,3)
       son of Sarah Fleming of Chawling Cottage, Morningside, Newmains, Wishaw and the late                               Robert Fleming; native of Cambusnethan, Wishaw; born Lanark

Cross Roads Cemetery, Fontaine-au-Bois

C Fleming, Private, 40290, 1st Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment died 10 November 1918. Cross Roads Cemetery, Fontaine-au-Bois, France (III.C.3.) *(1)

Erquinghelm-Lys Churchyard Ext

J F Fleming, Corporal, 69380, Royal Engineers 128th Field Company who died 31 December 1915. Erquinghelm-Lys Churchyard Extension, Nord, France.

Estaires Communal Cemetery

Vesey Fleming, Rifleman, 18642, New Zealand Rifle Brigade. DOW 3 January 1917, France. Estaires Communal Cemetery, France *(4)
Photo: Auckland War Memorial Museum. From the Magherafelt War Dead Database, Vesey Fleming was the second youngest son of Job and Margaret Fleming. He was born on 21st December 1894 in Desertmartin, Magherafelt. The 1901 census lists the family in Ballymoghan, Magherafelt. Vesey’s mother has recently been widowed (between 1897 and 1901). They were farmers. Vesey Fleming emigrated to New Zealand. He arrived in Wellington, New Zealand in Jan 1914. He was working for Robert Vesey in Mangapapa. He gave his next of kin as his brother, R Fleming, who also lived in Mangapapa, Gisborne. Rifleman Fleming was serving with the 1st Battalion of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade when he was injured. He received shell wounds to both feet. Rifleman Vesey Fleming died of his wounds on 3rd January 1917. Read more…

 Flesquieres Hill British Cemetery

James H Fleming, Private, S/44786, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders killed in action 27 September 1918 aged 18. Flesquieres Hill British Cemetery, France (I.F.4.) *(1,3)
       born Beath, Fife / s/o Alexander and Christina Fleming of Norton Cottages, Lassodie,                                     Dunfermline; native of Kelty, Fife 1

Le Grand Hasard Military Cemetery, Morbecque

James John Fleming, Private, 7596, 3 Battalion Australian Army. Died 20 June. Place of association: Stuart Town, Australia. Le Grand Hasard Military Cemetery, Morbecque, Nord, France

Le Quesnoy Communal Cemetery Ext

John Samson Fleming, Rifleman, 71106, New Zealand Rifle Brigade killed in action 4 November 1918 aged 24. Le Quesnoy Communal Cemetery Extension, France. *(1,4)
       son of John S and Alice Fleming of Brayview Crescent, Maori Hill, Dunedin, New Zealand 1

Merville Communal Cemetery Ext

W Fleming, Private, 28993, 2nd/4th Battalion Oxford  and Bucks Light Infantry died 6 August 1918. Merville Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France (I.D.49.) *(1)

Meteren Military Cemetery

Thomas Mackie Fleming, Private, S/41510, 8th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) killed in action 19 July 1918 aged 19. Meteren Military Cemetery, France (III.C.601.) *(1, 3)
       son of Robert and Annie Fleming of Callendar Iron Works House, Falkirk; born Falkirk 1

Moeuvres Communal Cemetery Ext

James Albert William Fleming, Private, 3205836, 50th Battalion Canadian Infantry killed in action 20 September 1918 aged 32. Moeuvres Communal Cemetery Extension, France (VII. A.2.) *(1,7)
       son of John James Fleming of Gorticastle, Gortin, Co Tyrone; husband of Fanny McFarland                          Fleming of Lislap, Omagh 1

Ors British Cemetery

S J Fleming, Lance Sergeant, 7481, 4th Regiment South African Infantry died 17 October 1918. Ors British Cemetery, Nord, France (A.34.) *(1)

Pont-D’Achelles Military Cemetery, Nieppe

George Fleming, Private, 2302, 36th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army who died of wounds 8 June 1917 France. Pont-D’Achelles Military Cemetery, Nieppe, Nord, France (II.A.17) *(1,2)

Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetery, La Gorgue

Hugh Miller Fleming, Sergeant, 2504, Middlesex Regiment 1st/7th Battalion who died 27 November 1916 aged 25. Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetery, La Gorgue, Nord, France (II. C. 13)
       son of Hugh and Elizabeth Fleming of 3 The Broadway, Crouch End, London 1

Raillencourt Communal Cemetery Ext

A Fleming, Private, 461323, 44th Battalion Canadian Infantry died 28 September 1918. Raillencourt Communal Cemetery Extension, France (II.A.8.) *(1)
Born in Dundee, Scotland in 1882, Alexander Phinn Fleming emigrated to Winnipeg, Canada in 1899 with his siblings and father John. The Winnipeg Tribune reported that when he enlisted at Indian Head in Saskatchewan, August 1915, Alexander had been working on a farm at Regina.  Alexander embarked from Halifax 21st Apr 1916 on S.S. Olympic, part of the 61st Battalion and three days later was transferred to B Company, 44th Battalion. After brief training in England he joined the Reinforcements in France.  In April 1917 the week following several months attachment underground to the Royal Engineers, 176th Tunneling Company he took a gunshot wound to his left arm and was transferred to the 22nd Casualty Clearing Station and then sent to hospital in Shornecliffe, England. He returned to the field on the 18th June.  The 44th Battalion formed part of 4th Division and their action on the day Alexander was killed is detailed in an excerpt from Canada’s Hundred Days by John F B Livesay. The Canada War Graves Register records “Private Alexander Fleming. Killed in action. During military operations in front of Raillencourt, he was instantly killed by enemy shellfire”
[tree S91]

E Ross Flemington, Private, 3130895, 44th Battalion Canadian Infantry died 28 September 1918 aged 32. Raillencourt Communal Cemetery Extension (I.B.17.) *(1)
       son of Edwin and Nancy Jane Neville Flemington of 307 Parent Avenue, Windsor, Ontario 1

Ration Farm Military Cemetery

William Fleming, Lance Corporal, 25780, Royal Scots Lothian Regiment 15th Battalion killed in action 15 September 1916 aged 26. Ration Farm Military Cemetery, La Chapelle-D’Armentieres, Nord, France (II.C.15.) *(1,3)
       son of Mr and Mrs David Fleming of Quality Row, Wilsontown, Lanarkshire 1
Brother of Herbert Fleming (1916 q.v.) and first cousin of William Douglas Fleming (1917 q.v.)

Ribecourt British Cemetery

Laurence Matthew Fleming, Driver, 221060, “B” Battery, 306th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery who died 30 November 1917 aged 19. Ribecourt British Cemetery, Nord, France (I.D.19) *(1, 3)
       son of Mr M J Fleming, 102 St George’s Rd, Southwark, London 1

VC Corner, Australian Cemetery and Memorial

Henry John Fleming, Private, 1651, 53rd Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Killed France, 19 July 1916 aged 26.  VC Corner Australian Cemetery and Memorial, Fromelles, Lille, France (panel 8)
      son of Mary Anne Fleming of Tarcutta St, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales and the late James Fleming.          Native of Sydney.

 


PAS-DE-CALAIS DEPARTMENT

Aix-Noulette Communal Cemetery Ext

Arthur Gordon (Garnet) Slane FLEMING, Lieutenant, 26th Battalion Canadian Light Infantry killed in action 15 August 1917. Aix-Noulette  Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France (I.K.14) *(7,8)
       son of the late Capt Joseph Fleming (56th Regiment) and Sophie Janet Sewell Fleming of                                 Quebec 1
[tree IR46]

John Fleming, Private, 14351, Kings Own Scottish Borderers 7th Battalion killed in action 25 September 1915 aged 25. Aix-Noulette Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France (I. W. 10.) *(1,3)
      son of Thomas and Mary Greenwood of 30 Central Avenue, Warth Fold, Bury, Lancashire. Born Bury            Lancashire

Arras Memorial

Alexander Fleming, Private, 27399, “A” Company 7th/8th Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers killed in action 9 April 1917 aged 20. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 6) *(1,3)
      Son of William Fleming of 104 Drumfrockar Rd, Greenock, Renfrewshire

Andrew Fleming, Private, 40673, 12th Battalion Royal Scots Lothian Regiment killed in action 3 May 1917. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 1 and 2) *(1)
      Born Rochdale, Lancashire

Arthur Daniel Fleming, Private, 7569, 11 Battalion Royal Fusiliers who died 3 May 1917 aged 21. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 3) *(1)
      Son of James F and Mary Ann Fleming of 1 Halefield Road, Tottenham, London

David Fleming, Private, 27190, 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers who died 3 May 1917. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 5)*(1,6)
      Born Dunragit Wigtownshire

Edward Fleming, Private, 18501, 2nd/14th Battalion Royal Scots missing presumed dead 3 May 1917. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 1 and 2) *(1, 10)    

James Flemming, Private, 25104, 10th Battalion Royal North Lancashire Regiment who died 11 April 1917. Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (bay 7) *(1,7)
      Born Killarney, Co Kerry

James Flemington, Private, 302916, 1st/8th Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders killed in action 23 April 1917. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 9) *(1,6)
      Born Edinburgh

James Wellington Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, 29th Squadron Royal Flying Corps who died 12 July 1917 aged 21. Arras Flying Services Memorial, Pas de Calais, France  *(1,8,9)
      Son of Elijah and Elizabeth Anne Fleming of Shelburne, Ontario

John Fleming, Private, 37893, 8th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment who died 8 May 1917 aged 26. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 5) *(1)
      Son of Patrick and Ellen Fleming of 9 Cooke St, Hulme, Manchester

John Fleming, Private, S/2441, 11th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders killed in action 23 April 1917. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 9) *(1,6)
      Born Falkirk

Lawrence Fleming, Private, 3672, 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers who died 3 May 1917. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 5) *(1)

Reginald Fleming, Lance Corporal, 14598, 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment who died 23 April 1917 aged 27. Arras Memorial, France. (Bay 5) *(1)
      Husband of Louisa Gertrude Fleming of 8 Pains Road, Southsea, Hants

Reginald Fleming, Private, 38482, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment died 28 March 1918. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 6) *(1)

Thomas Fleming, Private, 18175, 10th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment died 21 March 1918. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 6) *(1)

Thomas Fleming, Rifleman, 574061, 1st/17th Battalion London Regiment died 23 March 1918. Arras Memorial (Bay 9 or 10) *(1, 5)
      Born/lived in Canning Town

William Fleming, Private, 353107, 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry killed in action 28 April 1917 aged 36. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 8) *(1,6)
      Born Falkirk, Stirlingshire

William Peattie Fleming, Lance Corporal, S/43384, 7th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) killed in action 23 March 1918 aged 24. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 6) *(1,3)
      Son of William and Helen Fleming of 1 Marygate, Pittenweem, Fife.

William Watt Fleming, Private, 220242, 7th Battalion Cameron Highlanders died 27 March 1818 aged 19. Arras Memorial, France (Bay 9) *(1,3)
      Son of William and Jeanie Fleming of Craignaw Golf Course, Girvan, Ayrshire

Arras Road Cemetery, Roclincout

Thomas Fleming, Private, 442068, 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 8 April 1917. Arras Road Cemetery, Roclincout, Pas de Calais, France (I.B.46)*(1,8)

Aubigny Communal Cemetery Ext

Hugh Shaw Fleming, Private, S/41999, 1st/4th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders died of wounds 5 September 1918. Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension (IV.A.15.) *(1,3)
      Born Avondale, Lanarkshire

Robert Fleming, Private, S/20459, 11th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders died 21 April 1918. Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, France (III.B.43.) *(1, 3, 10)

Barlin Communal Cemetery Ext

Ray Forest Fleming, Private, 511134, 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 8 September 1917 aged 15. Barlin Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France (II.D.14) *(1)

Beaurain British Cemetery

Ernest William Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, 13th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps died 4 November 1918 aged 22. Beaurain British Cemetery, France (B.3.) *(1)
      Son of Frederick William and Eleanor Fleming; husband of Kathleen Ellen Fleming of 380 Holdenhurst        Road, Bournemouth

Bethune Town Cemetery

John William Fleming, Private, 277059, 2nd/7th Battalion Manchester Regiment who died 30 March 1917 aged 19. Bethune Town Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (VI.C.48.) *(1)
      Son of John William and Elizabeth Mary Fleming of 5 Ripon St, Greenheys, Manchester. Native of                  London.

Boulogne Eastern Cemetery

Douglas Fleming, Private, 11712, The Kings’s (Liverpool Regiment), U.K. who died 16 January 1915 aged 18. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
       son of David and Lily Fleming, of Victoria Hotel, 1 Great Charlotte St, Liverpool.

John Fleming, Private, 4377, Royal Scots 9th Battalion who died of wounds 28 November 1916 aged 28. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (VIII. D. 183) *(1,3)
      son of John and the late Agnes Fleming of 47 Montpelier Park, Edinburgh. Born Galashiels
[tree S78]

John William Fleming, Private, 9/1759, OIR New Zealand who died of wounds  1 July 1916, France. Cemetery: Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, France (VIII. B. 117.)*(1,4)
      Son of John and Louisa Fleming, of Kaihiku, Otago, New Zealand;
Photo: Auckland War Memorial Museum.

Michael Fleming, Private, 4134, Royal Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion who died of wounds 26 May 1915. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (VIII. A. 48.) *(1,7)
      Born Callan, Co. Kilkenny

Norman Fleming, Private, 475847, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment) who died 7 June 1916 aged 20. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (VIII. B. 91.) *(1,8).

William Fleming, Gunner, 51270, 58th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, UK embarked 6 October and died of wounds aged 26, 4 November 1914. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (III. A. 41.) *(1,3,26)
      son of Matthew and Elizabeth Fleming, of Banknock, Bonnybridge, Stirlingshire. Born Airdrie, Lanark. 
Born 1899 in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, William Welsh Fleming was the younger of two sons to Matthew and Elizabeth (nee Welsh). When his mother died in 1899, he moved with father Matthew, a coal miner, brother John and his five sisters to live with their grandparents John and Marion Fleming at Hollandbush nr Banknock, Kilsyth, Sterlingshire. His uncle Andrew Fleming (1917) is also listed in this Roll of Honour.
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William Fleming, Private, 1102, Canadian Infantry 8th Battalion who died 31 May 1915 aged 21. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (VIII. A. 60.) *(1,8)
      son of John and Annie Fleming of Aldershot, Ontario. Native of Hamilton.
William was born 4 Dec 1892 at Dykehead Farm, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland to John and Annie Fleming (Ferguson) who also lived at Netherfield, Springhill and Cadder in 1911. William’s grandparents David & Elizabeth Fleming (Jackson) farmed Little Udston nr Hamilton while his father John, a ploughman and farm manager had by 1911 had moved to Cadder in northern Lanarkshire with their ten children. Third son William, became a draper and sometime between 1911 and 1914 emmigrated to Canada where he enlisted 22 Sep 1914 in the Canadian Infantry. He died of wounds at No.13 General Hospital, Boulogne.  See also his second-cousin Corporal William Fleming, 1918 q.v.
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Boyelles Communal Cemetery Ext

Andrew Fleming, Corporal, 80452/280452, 7th Battalion Highland Light Infantry died of wounds 28 August 1918. Boyelles Communal Cemetery Extension (II.H.3.) *(1,3)
      husband of A Fleming of 16 Pentland Place, Bridgeton, Glasgow; born Glasgow

Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux

W Fleming, Private, S40596, 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders who died 11 April 1917. Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux, Pas de Calais, France (I.A.8.) *(1)husband of A              Fleming of 16 Pentland Place, Bridgeton, Glasgow; born Glasgow

Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez

Andrew Fleming, Private, S/40512, 10th Battalion They Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders who was killed in action 9 April 1917. Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchet, Pas de Calais, France (XV.N.21.) *(1, 3)
Born Banknock, Stirlingshire 
[tree S43]

Edward Fleming, Private, 2637, London Regiment 22nd Battalion who died 14 May 1916. Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, Pas de Calais, France (IX. E. 13.) *(1,5)
      Lived / born in : Camberwell

G Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attd 2nd Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) died 29 May 1918. Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, France (XVI.A.45.) *(1)

Henry FLEMING, Private, 75904, 93rd Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps killed in action 23 March 1918 aged 25. Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, France (VIII.R.16.) *(1,3)
      son of Thomas M Fleming and Janet Fleming of 22 Caldew St, Carlisle; born Galashiels  1
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Thomas Murray Fleming, Private, 62642, 93rd Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps killed in action 23 March 1918 aged 21. Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, France (VIII.R.17.) *(1,3)
      son of Thomas Murray Fleming and Janet Fleming of 22 Caldew St, Carlisle; born Galashiels  1Brother of Henry Fleming (1918  q.v.)
[tree S80]

William Fleming, Corporal, 15581, 6th/7th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers who was killed in action 9 April 1917. Cabaret-Rouge, British Cemetery, Souchez, France (XVII.H.19) *(1, 3)
      Born Bothwell, Lanarkshire

Calais Southern Cemetery

John Fleming, Pioneer, 123688, Royal Engineers 10th Labour Battalion who died 31 January 1916 aged 42. Calais Southern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (plot A. row 2. grave 16.)
      son of William and Margaret Fleming of Whitehaven; husband of Margaret Fleming of 109 Middle Row,        Newhouses, Whitehaven, Cumberland.

Cambrin Churchyard Ext

Peter Fleming, Private, 4/9452, Argyll and Southern Highlanders 2nd Battalion killed in action 25 September 1915 aged 29. Cambrin Churchyard Extension, Pas de Calais, France (C.4.) *(1,3)
      Husband of M B Fleming of Thornbridge, Laurieston, Falkirk. born Roseneath, Dumbartonshire

Croisilles British Cemetery

Robert Fleming, Rifleman, 43682, King’s Royal Rifle Corps died 26 Aug 1918. Croisilles British Cemetery (V.E.18) *(1)
      Born Kirkinner, Wigtownshire; 16th Bn., The County of London Regt., affiliated to K.R.R.C., formerly            4406, Northumberland Fus.

Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun

David B Fleming, Private, 40936, 1st Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers who died of wounds 11 April 1917 aged 20. Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France (III.E.31.) *(1, 3)
      Son of Robert Fleming, 32 Cotton Rd, Dundee / born Dundee

Harry Fleming, Lance Corporal, S/21667, 7th Battalion Cameron Highlanders died of wounds 27 February 1918. Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, France (VI.E.10.) *(1,3)
      Born Kirkintilloch, Dumbartonshire

Etaples Military Cemetery

Adam Fleming, Private, 41762, 12th Battalion Highland Light Infantry who died of wounds 22 May 1917 aged 19. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XXV.D.16.) *(1, 3)
Son of James and Agnes Fleming, 53 Douglas St, Galashiels; Born Galashiells, Selkirkshire
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Edward G Fleming, Lance Corporal, 53240, Canadian Infantry 18th Battalion who died 19 Apr 1916. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (V.B. 7A.) *(1,8)

J H Fleming, Corporal of Horse, 2798, 1st Life Guards died 19 May 1918. Etaples Military Cemetery (LXVI.C.12.) *(1)
De Ruvigny’s Roll vol. 4: “James Hamilton Fleming, D.C.M. Corporal of Horse, Life Guards, youngest son of David of The Shaws, Harwich Road, Colchester, by his wife Martha youngest daughter of Robert Spittal,, b Glasgow, co Lanark 6 May 1890; educated Cheetham Higher Elementary School, Manchester; enlisted in the 1st Life Guards 31 May 1910; served with the Expeditionary Forces in France and Flanders, and was killed in action during an enemy air raid at Etaples. His Commanding Officer, Captain and Adjutant C H Wyndham, wrote: “I cannot tell you what a loss he is to me. One could rely on him for anything, and in the recent machine gun course he came out among the best in the regiment. The company will not be the same without him. I shall never forget your son the day in 1914 when he got his D.C.M. (Nov 6th). The village of Klein Zillebeke, in Belgium, and adjacent trenches were attacked and taken by the enemy. The regiment was ordered to counter-attack and retake them, and incidentally to close the gap in the line. Your son displayed great spirit and leadership in this attack, and single-handed attempted to charge a German machine gun. He fell wounded a few yards from it.” He was awarded the D.C.M. for gallant and distinguished conduct in the field; unmarried”
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James Fleming, Sergeant, 22227, 12 Battalion Highland Light Infantry who died of wounds 25 April 1917 aged 26. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XIX.J.9.) *(1, 3)
      Son of James and Isabella Fleming, of 608, Broadway Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Brother of William Fleming (1917 q.v.)

James Fleming, Private, 747690, 87th Battalion Canadian Infantry died 19 August 1917 aged 19. Etaples Military Cemetery, France (XXII.Q.22.) *(1)
son of Martha Fleming of Hamilton, Ontario born Rutherglen, Scotland

James Sword Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders who died of wounds 29 September 1917 aged 22. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XXVIII. A. 7.) *(1,3)
      Son of James Sword Fleming and Helen Fyfe Fairweather or Fleming, 23        Hillside Crescent, Edinburgh. Born at Lochside, Orwell, Kinross.
Photo: Roll of Honour of the Royal High School of Edinburgh. 1914-1918
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John Forbes Menzies FlemingJohn Forbes Menzies Fleming, Lieutenant, 11/1616, Otago Infantry,  New Zealand. DOW 30 September 1916, France. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery, France. *(1,4)
      Son of David Thomas and Emilia Fleming of Balclutha, New Zealand.

R Fleming, Private, 29714, Wiltshire Regiment 2nd Battalion who died 30 October 1916. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XII. B.12A)

Robert Fleming, Private, 268015, 1st/6th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) who died of wounds 21 May 1917. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XXV.C.8.) *(1, 3)
      Born Woodside, Aberdeen

Samuel George Fleming, Private, 47362, 22nd Battalion (Tyneside Scottish) Northumberland Fusiliers who died of wounds 10 April 1917 aged 19. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XXII. F.15A.) *(1, 3)
      Born Leeds ; formerly 29102 West Yorkshire Regiment /eldest son of Robert & Nellie Fleming of 25                Nippett Mount, Burmantofts, Leeds, Native of Burmantofts.

William Fleming, Lance Corporal, 14863, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards who died 6 August 1917 aged 22. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XXV.L.4.) *(1, 3)
      Born Glasgow / son of James and Isabella Fleming, 608 Broadway Ave.,Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Brother of James Fleming (1917 q.v.)

William Bennet FlemingWilliam Bennet Fleming, Private, 18490, 5th Battalion Cameron Highlanders who died of wounds 12 May 1917 aged 19. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (XXV.A.5.) *(1, 3)
Son of George H and Mrs Fleming of 10 East Newgate, Arbroath,                     Forfarshire
“Private William Bennet Fleming was the son of George Herschell Fleming, Fraserfield, near Arbroath. He assisted his father with his produce business in Carnoustie district before joining the army in 1916. Private Fleming was wounded at Loos, and for some time was in an Australian Hospital in France and afterwards in Arbroath. After rejoining his unit he was very severely wounded in the eye and leg during the Somme offensive, and died in the Canadian Hospital at Etaples.”
Photo: Roll of Honour, Arbroath and District. 1914-1918

Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery

James Fleming, Lieutenant, 11th Battalion Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) who was killed in action 21 Mar 1917. Awarded  Military Cross. Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras, Pas de Calais, France (II.K.1.) *(1,3)
      Son of W S  and Jeanie Fleming of 55 Braid Road, Edinburgh
Brother of George Fleming (1916, q.v.)
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Givenchy Road Canadian Cemetery, Neuville-St.Vaast

Joseph Fleming, Private, 706901, 54th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 9 April 1917 aged 33. Givenchy Road Canadian Cemetery, Neuville-St.Vaast, Pas de Calais, France (A.1) *(1,8)
      Son of James Collinson Fleming and Mary Bibby Fleming, of go, Harrogate St., Barrow-in-        Furness, Lancs, England. Native of Kirkby-in-Furness, Lancs.
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Gommecourt British Cemetery No.2, Hebuterne

Jack Fleming, Private, 2400, Middlesex Regiment 1st/7th Battalion who died 26th June 1916. Gommecourt British Cemetery No. 2, Hebuterne, Pas de Calais, France.
      Lived /born in: Hornsey

Grevillers British Cemetery

Charles Christie Fleming, Colonel, Assistant Director of Medical Services, Royal Army Medical Corps died of wounds caused by bomb, previous day on active service 24 December 1917; D.S.O. Grevillers British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (VIII.E.12.) *(1,3,7)
      Son of Surgeon General Andrew Fleming, I.M.S.
Photo courtesy www.forces-war-records.co.uk

C Fleming, Sergeant, 153987, 12th Battalion Tank Corps died 21 September 1918. Grevillers British Cemetery (XIII.D.23.) *(1)

M B Fleming, Sergeant, 3843, British Red Cross Society died 22 March 1918. Grevillers British Cemetery, France (XI.A.19) *(1)

Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy

Geoffrey Montagu Mason Fleming, Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps attd. 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment killed in action while attending to wounded  near Givenchy 16 June 1915 aged 25. Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy, Pas de Calais, France (I.H.12.) *(1,3,7)
De Ruvigny: “Geoffrey Montague Mason Fleming, M.B., T.C.D.,      Lieut. Royal Army Medical Corps ; only s. of Alfred George Fleming of Beechfield, Blackrock, co Dublin, Deputy Cashier, Bank of Ireland ; b Wilton Lodge, Blackrock co Dublin 8 Feb 1890 ; and was educ Avoca School, Blackrock and Trinity College, Dublin where he graduated with a Moderatorship in 1911, and subsequently obtained the degree of M.B. and B.Ch. with honours. At the outbreak of the war he was House Surgeon of the Meath Hospital and Co Dublin Infirmary, and volunteering was gazetted Lieut R.A.M.C. 16 Aug 1914. He was set to Egypt to meet the Indian Troops and was attached to the Lahore Indian General Hospital at Marseilles, Boulogne, and Montreuil. Subsequently he joined the 26th Field Ambulance, was in the attack on Fromelles 9 – 10 May 1915, and was killed in action near Givenchy, 16 Jun 1915, while attending to the wounded. He was buried in the Guards Cemetery there ; unm, ; His Col. Wrote : “He was loyal and devoted to his profession and gallantly performed his duties with us. He had endeared himself to all of us, and we all deplore his loss most sincerely”
Photo: De Ruvigny’s Honour Roll, v1
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Richard Fleming, Sergeant, 8574, Yorkshire Regiment  2nd Battalion who died 5 November 1915. Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy, Pas de Calais, France (III.B.6.) *(1,5)
      Lived/born in : Canning Town, London

H.A.C. Cemetery, Ecoust-St. Mein

John Flemming, Private, 371, 51st Battalion Australian Army killed in action 2 April 1917 aged 31. H.A.C. Cemetery, Ecoust-St. Mein, Pas de Calais, France (sp. Mem. B1) *(1,2)
      Son of Robert and Mary Ann Fleming of Elliott, Tasmania, Australia
Brother of Alfred Claude Matthew Fleming (1917 q.v.)

Humbercamps Communal Cemetery Ext

Henry Fleming, Private, 104464, Army Service Corps 4th Division Supply Col. who died 31 March 1916 aged 33. Humbercamps Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais,  France. *(1,5)
      son of Henry and Hannah Fleming of Shanklin, Isle of Wight. Lived /born in : Kensington

Le Touret Memorial

Arthur Fleming, Private, 3095, London Regiment 1st/23rd Battalion who died 26 May 1915 aged 19. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panels 45 and 46).
      son of Joseph and Charlotte Fleming of 17 Penford St, Camberwell, London.
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Easton Fleming, Private, S/14488, Cameron Highlanders 1st Battalion killed in action 9 May 1915. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (Panel  41 and 42). *(1,3)
      born Govanhill, Lanarkshire

Henry Charles Fleming, Private, 2316, London Regiment 1st/23rd (Service)Battalion who died 26 May 1915 aged 21. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panels 45 and 46).
      son of Mr and Mrs Fleming of 310 Thorold Road, Ilford,
De Ruvigny vol. 1: “b. Stratford, co. Essex 10 Apr 1894, educ. Christchurch Shool Ilford; was employed as Clerk at Richmond Gas Company; enlisted 27 August 1914, after the outbreak of war; served with the Expedtionary Force in France and Flanders from 14 March 1914 and was killed in action at Givenchy 25 May 1915; unm.” Image courtesy www.forces-war-records.co.uk
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James Fleming, Private, 6543, 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment, UK who died 19 October 1914 aged 35. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (Panel 11 & 12). *(1,7)
      son of James and Margaret Fleming; born Ballybrack, Co. Dublin
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James Fleming, 8954, Private, Border Regiment A Company 2nd Battalion who died 12 March 1915 aged 30. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.
      son of Henry and Eliza Fleming, 10 Thompson Road, Bramford Lane, Ipswich.

James Fleming, Private, 2075, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 2nd Battalion killed in action 25 March 1915. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. *(1,3,7)
  born Drogheda Louth

James Fleming, Private, 8491, Gloucestershire Regiment 1st Battalion who died 9 May 1915. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (Panel 17) *(1,5)
      Born Fulham

James Fleming, Private, 2527, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 2nd Battalion killed in action France 16 May 1915.  Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais (Panel 16 and 17). *(1,7)
      Born Banagher, Co Derry

James Newby Fleming, Private, 3/10701, Northamptonshire Regiment 1st Battalion who died 9 May 1915 aged 26. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.
      Brother of Samuel Fleming of 2 Albert Avenue, South Chingford, Essex

John Fleming, Private, S/3971, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 2nd Battalion killed in action 9 May 1915. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panels 24 to 26). *(1,3)

John Fleming, Private, 656, Seaforth Highlanders 1st Battalion killed in action 10 Mar 1915 aged 21. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. *(1,3)
      son of Mrs Mary Broadfoot Fleming, of St Arthur, Sanquhar, Dumfriesshire. Born Stoneykirk, Stranraer

John Flemington, Lance Corporal, 9232, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment who died 13 March 1915 aged 35. Le Touret Memorial, France (panel 17 & 18) *(1)
      Husband of Mary Flemington of 5 South St, Burnley Road, Huncoat, Accrington, Lancs.

Robert Fleming, Private, 7385, Gloucestershire Regiment 1st Battalion who died 9 May 1915. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (Panel 17).

Samuel Fleming, Sapper, 2501, Royal Engineers 1st Lowland Division Field Company killed in action 9 May 1915. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (Panel 1). *(1,3)
      born Renfrew 

Thomas Fleming, Private, 9919, Scots Guards, 1st Battalion,  U.K. killed in action 25 January 1915. Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. *(1,3)
      born Dumfries

Level Crossing Cemetery, Fampoux

Samuel White FLEMING, Private, 350172, 9th Battalion Royal Scots Regiment who died 23 April 1917 aged 21. Level Crossing Cemetery, Fampoux, Pas de Calais, France (I.A.55.) *(1)
      Son of Mr and Mrs James Fleming, 36 Comely Bank Place, Edinburgh

Ligny-St Flochel British Cemetery, Averdoingt

Andrew Fleming, Private, S/41394, 1st/7th Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) died of wounds 27 August 1918 aged 24. Ligny-St Flochel British Cemetery, Averdoingt, France (II.D.28.) *(1,3)
      son of Andrew and Barbara Fleming of Bathgate, Linlithgow; born Bathgate, Linlithgowshire

London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse

P Fleming, Shoeing Smith, 123496, 93rd Battery 280th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery who died 31 March 1917. London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse, Pas de Calais, France  (III.B.14.) *(1)

Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery

Alfred Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, 27th Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) died 1 July 1918 aged 35. Military Cross. Souvenir Cemetery, Longuenesse (St Omer) (V.C.33.) *(1)
      son of T K  and Annie Fleming of 5 Harvey Road, Wallasey, Cheshire

Frank Fleming, Sergeant, 9468, 2nd Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment died 6 May 1917. Souvenir Cemetery, Longuenesse (St Omer), France (IV.B.72.) *(1,10)
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W Fleming, Private, 9851, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry 3rd Battalion who died 21 August 1915. Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (II.A.19.)

Loos Memorial

Andrew Fleming, Private, S/11037, Cameron Highlanders 5th Battalion killed in action 27 September 1915. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 119 to 124). *(1,3)
      born Duntocher, Dumbartonshire

Charles Joseph Fleming, Private, 5315, Royal Fusiliers 12th Battalion who died 28 September 1915 aged 30. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 25 to 27).
      son of Mr and Mrs M Fleming of 12 Penrith Rd, Boscombe, Hampshire

Donald Fleming, Private, 8583, 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) killed in action 13 February 1916. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 1.) *(1,3)
      born Rothesay

Frederick Fleming, Private, G/9137, Middlesex Regiment 3rd Battalion who died 30 September 1915. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 99 to 101). *(1,5)
      Lived / born in : Walworth

George Fleming, Private, 17325, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 10th Battalion who died 25 September 1915 aged 23. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 57 to 59). *(1,3)
      son of John and Annie Fleming of Danielton Cottages, Melrose, Roxburghshire. Born St Boswells

George Fleming, Private, 21670, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 9th Battalion killed in action 7 April 1916. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel  127 to 12 9). *(1,7)
      born Dublin

James Fleming, Private, 8089, Highland Light Infantry 1st Batallion killed in action 29 September 1915. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 108 to 112). *(1,3)
      born Glasgow

John Fleming / Flemming,  Private, 3707, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 2nd Battalion killed in action 25 September 1915. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France *(1,3)
      born Birmingham

John Fleming, Private, 10655, Northumberland Fusiliers 13th Battalion who died 27 September 1915 aged 37. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 20 to 22) *(1,3)
      Husband of C A Fleming of 2 Wallace Cottages, Ryton-on-Tyne, Co Durham.
De Ruvigny vol. 2: “s. of Jackson Fleming, Boiler Maker, by his wife Mary, dau of Matthew Coward, Miner ; b Whitehaven co Cumberland, 8 May 1879 ; educ Refuge School there ; was a Stoneman at Stargate Colliery, but enlisted in Sept 1914, after the outbreak of war ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and was killed in action at the Battle of Loos, 27 Sep 1915. He married at the R.C. church, Whitehaven, 15 Apr 1899, Catherine (2 Wallace Cottages, Ryton) dau of Patrick Flynn and had 6 children: John b 10 Aug 1903; Jackson b 12 Aug 1907 ; Sarah b 9 Oct 1901 ; Mary b 20 Sep 1905 ; Catherine Ann b 22 jun 1909 and Margaret b 9 Dec 1911

William Fleming, Lance Corporal, 15117, Royal Scots Lothian Regiment 13th Battalion killed in action 27 September 1915. Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France (panel 10 to 13). *(1,3)
      born Shettleston, Lanarkshire

Martinpuich British Cemetery, Martinpuich, Albert Bapaume Area

Daniel Fleming, Private, 5012, 23rd Battalion Australian Army who died of wounds  17th March France aged 31. Martinpuich British Cemetery, Martinpuich, Albert Bapaume Area, France. *(1,2)
      Place of association: Williamstown, Australia. Son of William and Elizabeth Fleming, husband of Kate          Fleming, 65 Chapel Road, St Kilda, Victoria, Australia. Native of Scotland.

Metz-en-Couture Communal Cemetery British Ext

T J Fleming, Private, 459007, 2nd Wessex Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps who died 30 November 1917. Metz-en-Couture Communal Cemetery British Extension, Pas de Calais, France (1)

T W Flemming, Rifleman, 655804, 21st Battalion, London Regiment (Surrey Rifles) who died 3 November 1917 aged 23. Naval Trench Cemetery, Gavrelle, Pas de Calais, France *(3)
      Husband of Louisa Flemming, 140 Catherine Buildings, Cartwright St, Stepney, London

No. 4 Flat Hospital, Boulogne

William Fleming, Sergeant, 1370, 1st Irish Guards who disembarked 13 August 1914 and died of wounds aged 27 at No. 4 Flat Hospital, Boulogne, France, 4 November 1914. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery (III. B. 27.). *(1,7,25,26,27)
      Son of James Fleming of Kent; husband of Maud Elizabeth Fleming of 26 Pearman St., Westminster                Bridge Road, London.; born Dublin, Co
The first of three sons of James and Matilda Fleming nee O’Neill to die in the war (see also James, 1916 and John, 1918)  James snr, from Brighton, Sussex was a Colour Sergeant in the 2nd Battalion Border Regiment and most of their children were born while he was stationed in Dublin and Galway, Ireland. William the eldest born 1887, enlisted in 1902 and is recorded in the 1911 census as a Lance Sergeant stationed at Chelsea Barracks. At Strood, Kent, 6 Jun 1914, two months before embarkation he married Maud Elizabeth Spooner Farrow. From the irishguards.org.uk, in France “from the 21st October to the 12 November 1914 the 1st Battalion fought continuously in the first Battle of Ypres, losing more than 700 men.”
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Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy

Henry William James Fleming, Private, 3094, 4th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Killed France, 6 May. Place of association: Ultimo, Australia. Queant Road Cemetery, Buissy, Pas de Calais, France

Rue-Petillon Military Cemetery, Flerubaix

T Fleming, Private, 8553, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales Own) 2nd Battalion who died 18 October 1915 aged 18. Rue-Petillon Military Cemetery, Flerubaix, Pas de Calais, France (I.F.36.)
      son of John Richard and Sarah Fleming of 10 Carlton Row, Marshall St, Holbeck, Leeds.

Ruyaulcourt Military Cemetery

J Fleming, Private, 200870, 1st/4th Battalion East Lancashire Regiment who died 28 June 1917. Ruyaulcourt Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais (D.7.) *(1)

Sailly-Au-Bois Military Cemetery

Hugh Joseph Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, Dorsetshire Regiment 7th Battalion attd. 6th Battalion who died 24 August 1916 aged 20. Sailly-Au-Bois Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (II. C.12.) *(1,5)
      son of Sir Francis Fleming, K.C.M.G. and Lady Fleming of 9 Sydney Place, Onslow Square, London             .Lived/born in South Kensington
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Sailly-Labourse Communal Cemetery Ext

James Hamilton Fleming, Captain, North Staffordshire Regiment 1st/5th Battalion who died 13 October 1915 aged 37. Sailly-Labourse Communal Cemetery Extension (D.13.)
      Younger son of Sir James Fleming of Rutherglen, Lanarkshire; husband of Josephine of Salcombe Regis,       Devon
de Ruvigny v2: “Captain and Adjutant 1/5 Battn. The  Prince of Wales (North Staffordshire Regt) (T.F.) s. of the late Sir James Fleming, of Woodburn, Rutherglen, co Lanark, J.P. by his wife  Mary dau of James Smellie of Dundee; b Glasgow 10 jul 1878; educ there: Cheltenham College and Lausanne; joined the Lanarkshire Engineers as 2nd Lieut in Dec 1899; Served in the South African War 1900 – 2  (Queens Medal with 5 clasps); was given and honorary Lieutenancy in the Army 27 Aug 1902, after the termination of hostilities ; volunteered for foreign service, and joined the North Staffordshire Territorials as 2nd Lieut 5 Aug 1914, the day after the European War broke out, being promoted to Lieutenant on the 25th and Captain Jul 1915 when he was appointed Adjutant ; served with the Expedtionary Force in France and Flanders and was killed in action during the attack on the Hohenzollern Redoubt 13th October following ‘; Buried in the Cemetery at Sailly Labourse. Captain Fleming was well-known in the hunting field and hunted regularly with the North Staffordshire Pack. He married at Elstree Parish  24 Apr 1913 Helen Josephine elder daur of Thomas Chatts, of Elstree co Herts and had a son John Hamilton b 30 Jan 1915″
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St Venant Communal Cemetery

John Fleming,  Private, S/7027,  Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 2nd Battalion who died of wounds 9 October 1915 aged 34. St Venant Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. *(1,3)
      son of Mrs Jane Fleming of 20 Academy St, Bathgate. Born Bathgate, Linlithgowshire

Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille

Gordon Addison Fleming, Gunner, 318992, 2nd Brigade Canadian Garrison Artillery died 16 July 1918 aged 26. Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille (I.F.6.) *(1)
      son of George and Margaret Fleming of Kingston, Ontario

T D J Fleming, Air Mechanic 3rd Class, 95128, 1st Aeroplane Supply Depot Repair Park Royal Air Force died 23 September 1918 aged 34. Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille, France (IV.C.22.) *(1)

Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines

William Carney Fleming, Lance Corporal, 29561, 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers who died 9 April 1917 aged 24. Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines, Pas de Calais, France
      Son of John and Elizabeth Fleming of Sutherland

Vermelles British Cemetery

Harry Fleming, Private, 11776, Royal Scots Fusiliers 6th/7th Battalion who died of wounds 29 May 1916. Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (IV. C. 38.) *(1,3)
      born Eastwood, Renfrewshire

Villers Station Cemetery, Villers-au-Bois

Clarance William Thomas Fleming, Private, 228103, Canadian Infantry 8th Battalion who died 28 November 1916 aged 20. Villers Station Cemetery, Villers-au-Bois, Pas de Calais, France *(1,8)
      son of George Wesley Fleming and Mary Ann Fleming of Hanna, Alberta.

Orville Deville Fleming, Private, 645713, 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 7 September 1917 aged 39. Villers Station Cemetery, Villers-au-Bois, Pas de Calais, France (1,8)
      Son of George and Lucina Fleming; husband of Louise E. Fleming, of 824, 19th Avenue East, Vancouver,        British Columbia.9

Vimy Memorial

Albert Henry Fleming, Private, 142088, Canadian Infantry 58th Brigade who died 8 October 1916 aged 33. Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.  *(1.8,9)

James Fleming, Private, 101626, 49th Battalion Canadian Infantry died 29 September 1918 aged 30. Vimy Memorial, France *(1,9)
      Son of David Gillen Fleming and Sarah Ann Fleming, of Topland, Alberta.

John Fleming, Private, 883632, 50th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 25 August 1917. Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France *(1, 8)

John Fleming, Private, 282351, 85th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 9 April 1917 aged 22. Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France *(1, 8)

Samuel Alexander Fleming, Private, 552736, 10th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 9 April 1917 aged 22. Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France *(1, 8)
      Son of John Wilson Fleming and Annie Fleming, of Cookstown, Ulster, Ireland.

William Fleming, Private, 438451, Canadian Infantry 52nd Battalion who died 17 September 1916 aged 46. Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. *(1,8)

William Edward Fleming, Private, 186115, 78th Battalion Canadian Infantry who died 9th April 1917. Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. *(1, 8)

Wilson Fleming, Private, 430397, 1st Battalion, Canadian Infantry who died 3 May 1917 aged 30. Vimy Memorial. Pas de Calais, France *(1, 8)

Vis-en-Artois Memorial

Andrew Fleming, Private, 18153, 9th Battalion Essex Regiment killed in action 27 September 1918. Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France (panel 7) *(1,5,7)
      born Limavady, Co Derry; lived /born in Custom House

James William Fleming, Private, 153987, 17th Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) died 21 September 1918 . Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France (panel 10) *(1,5)

Patrick Fleming, Private, 43128, King’s Own Scottish Borderers 1st Battalion (formerly Highland Light Infantry) killed in action France 22 October 1918. Vis-en-Artois Memorial, France (panel 6) *(1,3,7)
      born Drogheda, Ireland   

William C Fleming, Private, 603223, 1st Canadian Motor Machine Gun Brigade died 2 September 1918 aged 23.Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery, Haucourt, France (I.C.14.) *(1)
      son of Alfred and Emily Fleming of Priory Club Guelph, Ontario; born at Brantford

Vraucourt Copse Cemetery, Vaulx-Vraucourt

J Flemming, Gunner, 119892, “B” Battery 310th Brigade Royal Field Artillery who died 16 October 1917.  Vraucourt Copse Cemetery, Vaulx-Vraucourt, Pas de Calais, France (II.A.10.) *(1)
      born Banteer, Cork

Wancourt British Cemetery

George Alfred Fleming, Private 2355585, 18th Battalion Canadian Infantry died 28 August 1918 aged 38. Wancourt British Cemetery, France (II.B.5.) *(1)
      son of John W and Jane Fleming of Southampton, England

W Fleming, Private, 240617, 10th Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) died 28 March 1918. Feuchy Chapel British Cemetery, Wancourt, France (III.F.15.) *(1,3)

Warlencourt British Cemetery

William Fleming, Private, S/1489, Seaforth Highlanders 9th Battalion killed in action 12 October 1916. Warlencourt British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (III.L.1.) *(1,3)
      born Hamilton

Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty

George Fleming, Sergeant, 200960, 1st /5th Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment who died 22 March 1917 aged 21. MM. Died 22 March 1917 Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty, France (V.E.14.) *(1)
      son of the late Herbert & Jane Fleming of Walsall, staffordshire

Wimmereux Communal Cemetery

W J Fleming, Sapper, 13093, Royal Engineers 5th Field Company who died 22 May 1915. Wimmereux Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France (I.H.23A.).

 


SEINE-MARITIME DEPARTMENT

 La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial

Cecil Fleming, Private, 10502, 1st Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, UK who died 14 September, 1914. La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine-et-Marne, France *(1,5,20,21,22)
A 3G grandson of Theophilus Fleming, gardener of Camberwell, Surrey, Cecil Leonard Fleming was born 1896 at Brixton to Alfred Fleming, commercial traveller & Alice Honor nee O’Dell. Cecil attended several schools from the age of six until 1909 when the St John the Devine School, Camberwell register notes he “moved away”. It’s likely the 1911 census records him as an inmate at the National Nautical School, Portishead, Somerset: age 15 born Brixton but his name has been transcribed as Cecil Stanley Fleming and there is no record of a Cecil Stanley Fleming birth in England. Two of his three siblings died in infancy and his remaining brother George Alfred married Alma Harris and emmigrated to Australia in 1921.
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James Alfred Fleming, Corporal, 7835, 2nd Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, UK who died age 30, 16 September 1914. La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine et Marne, France.
      son of Mrs Margaret Fleming, of Tulnavert, Clogher, Co.Tyrone

Percy Wilfred Fleming, Private, 6715, 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers, UK killed in action 18 September 1914 aged 25. La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine et Marne, France.
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St Sever Cemetery, Rouen

William Fleming, Private, 1384, Cameron Highlanders 4th Battalion who died of wounds 6 June 1915 aged 18. St Sever Cemetery, Rouen, France. *(1,3)
      son of Mr and Mrs Peter Fleming of 28 Middle St, Fort William, Inverness-shire. Born Perth

Robert Smith Ritchie Fleming, Sergeant, 11855, 38th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) died 4 November 1918. MM. St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France (S.II.P.2.) *(1,3)
      Formerly 20908 Royal Scots Fusiliers; born Kilmarnock

 


SOMME DEPARTMENT

AIF Burial Ground, Flers

H W Fleming, Private, 27838, 7th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment died 27 August 1918. AIF Burial Ground, Flers, France (III.K.7.) *(1)

Abbeville Communal Cemetery

Cyril Charles Fleming

Cyril Charles Fleming, Private, 1093, 2nd Mobile Veterinary Section Australian Army Veterinary Corps. Killed France, 11 November 1918. Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension, Abbeville, Somme, France (V.C.7.) *(1,4,34,35,36)
      Place of association: Gladstone, Tasmania, Australia.
It seems likely Cyril’s father, James Fleming was born in Hobart, Tasmania 9 May 1864 to James Fleming, a Presbyterian and Margaret Bryce. James snr. had arrived in Tasmania in 1855,  a single man aged 25, from Roxburghshire, Scotland. In 1886 his son James (Cyril’s father) married Maria Walker in the Presybterian church in Launceston and settled at Moorina where he owned and worked the Moorina Tin Mine. All their four children were born at Moorina and Cyril, the youngest on 21 Jan 1893. James later became Licensee of the Gladstone Hotel where the family remained for many years. On enlistment, Cyril was 22 years old and a groom and he embarked 6 weeks later on the Orsova. He died on Armistice Day 1918. The Weekly Courier (Launceston), 5 Dec 1918:
“Last week the residents of Gladstone were saddened by the news that Trooper Cyril C Fleming had died of bronchial pneumonia in the 3rd Australian Hospital France.  The news came with a double shock as all were looking forward to seeing this gallant soldier return after three years service.  He enlisted in September 1915 serving 18 months in Egypt and the rest of the time in France.  Trooper Fleming leaves a widow and young son to mourn their loss, also father, mother and sisters and a host of friends.  Trooper Fleming was 25 years of age at the time of his death.  His people received letters regularly from him the last being dated September 10 and there was no preparation whatever for the sad news which reached them last week.  Trooper Fleming was an only son.  37 men enlisted from Gladstone of whom 10 have made the supreme sacrifice”
Image: www.discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au
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George Fleming, Lieutenant, Royal Scots Fusiliers 1st Battalion who died of wounds 18 July 1916 aged 31. Abbeville Communal Cemetery (V.F.1.) *(1,3)
     son of William S Fleming of Edinburgh

John Fleming, Lance Corporal, G/20207, 8th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) died 13 January 1918 aged 28. Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension, France (III.G.12.) *(1)
      Husband of Jane Fleming of 23 Bank St, Tunstall, Stoke on Trent

Robert John Neilus Fleming, Private, 8772, 2nd Battalion East Lancashire Regiment died 26 October 1918 aged 31. Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension (IV.J.9.) *(1)
     son of John and Mary Fleming of Lurgan, Co. Armagh; husband of Ethel Fleming of 4 Woollens Brook,        Hertford; born Shankhill, Lurgan Co Amagh

Auchonvillers Communal Cemetery

William Fleming, Lance Corporal, 11840, Border Regiment, 1st Battalion who died 6 April 1916 aged 30. Auchonvillers Communal Cemetery, Somme, France (on north boundary).
      Husband of Isabella Fleming of 6 Derby St, Whelley,                                 Wigan, Lancashire.
Willliam is remembered on the Wigan Cenotaph.
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Aveluy Communal Cemetery Ext

J Fleming, Driver, 920, Royal Field Artillery 4th (West Riding) Howitzer Brigade who died 4 June 1916. Aveluy Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France (E. 6.)

Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt

A Fleming, Private, 78021, 15th Battalion Durham Light Infantry died 27 August 1918 aged 22. Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt, France (VI.B.12.) *(1)
      son of Alfred and Annie Fleming of 73 Crawshay Rd, Brixton

Bazentin-Le Petit Communal Cemetery Ext

J Fleming, Private, Highland Light Infantry 6th Battalion who died 15 September 1916. Bazentin-Le Petit Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France (F.6)

Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial

Richard Fleming, Sailor, Newfoundland Mercantile Marine Barqt. Lake Simcoe who died between 17 November  and 31 December 1915. Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial, Somme, France.
      Husband of Mary Ann Fleming of Spaniard’s Bay, Harbour Grace.

Richard Fleming, Private, 1594, Newfoundland Regiment who died 23 April 1917. Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial *(1,9)

Beacon Cemetery, Sailly-Laurette

Frederick Charles FlemingFrederick Charles Fleming, Private, 353350, 7th Battalion London Regiment died 8 August 1918 aged 21. Beacon-Cemetery, Sailly-Laurette, Somme, France (V.E.8.) *(1)
      son of Henry Busby Fleming and Clara Sophia Fleming of 111 Walton          Road, Woking
Image: Surrey in the Great War

Becourt Military Cemetery, Bercordel-Becourt

William Fleming, Private, 20414, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) No.1 Company who died of wounds  5 December 1916. Becourt Military Cemetry, Bercordel-Becourt, Somme, France (I.F.6) *(1,3)
      formerly 2419 Royal Highlanders (Black watch); born Raith, Fife

Bray Military Cemetery

William Fleming, Gunner, 77792, “O” Battery, Royal Horse Artillery who died 13 January 1917. Bray Military Cemetery, Somme, France (I.D.52.) *(1, 5)
      Born Leyton

Carnoy Military Cemetery

Thomas Fleming, Private, 14081, Worcestershire Regiment 1st Battalion who died 15 November 1916 aged 25. Carnoy Military Cemetery, Somme, France (X.1)
      son of John and Annie Fleming of 54 Pritchett St, Birmingham

Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval

J D Fleming, Private, 5073, East Yorkshire Regiment 1st/4th Battalion who died 9 November 1916. Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France (VIII.F.11.)

Thomas Fleming, Private, 22174, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 1st Battalion killed in action 19 August 1916. Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France (VII.E.28.)*(1,3)
formerly 1835, R Hrs (Black Watch).; born Forfar
Thomas died aged 23 (Soldier returns, ScotlandsPeople). Born 13th Nov 1892 to Thomas and Jane (Martin) Fleming at Inverarity, Angus (Forfar) and by 1901 the family including ten siblings were all settled at nearby Kincreich Farm. Thomas enlisted firstly in the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), no. 1835 and later was transferred to the recently established 1st Battalion Machine Gun Company.
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Cayeux Military Cemetery

Allen Fleming, Lance Corporal, 15586, 15th Battalion Highland Light Infantry who died of wounds 7 April 1917 France. Cayeux Military Cemetery, Somme, France (I.B.12.) *(1, 3)
      born Glasgow

Corbie Communal Cemetery Ext

Robert Victor Fleming, Sergeant, 3228, 29th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army.  Died France 8 May. Place of association: Yarram, Australia. Corbie Communal Cemetery Extension, Corbie, Somme, France

Courcelette British Cemetery

Charles Harold Fleming, Private, 180043, Canadian Infantry 29th Battalion who died 26 September 1916.  Courcelette British Cemetery, Somme, France (X.F.11.) *(1,8)
Photo: © IWM (HU 122153)
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Daours Communal Cemetery Ext

Joseph John Theodore Fleming, Rifleman, S/35428, Rifle Brigade died 2 September 1918 aged 19. Daours Communal Cemetery Extension (IV.F.5.) *(1)
      Brother of Elizabeth M Fleming of 149 Great Titchfield St, Oxford St, London

Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt

Herbert Fleming, Private, 503, Highland Light Infantry 10th/11th Battalion who died of wounds 15 September 1916. Dartmoor Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt, Somme, France (II. A. 13.) *(1,3)
      Son of Mrs A Fleming of Quality Row, Wilsontown, Lanarkshire. born Carnwath,
Brother of William Fleming (1916 q.v.) and first cousin of William Douglas Fleming (1917 q.v.)

Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Ext

Bert Fleming,  Private, 20202, Royal Berkshire Regiment 1st/4th Battalion who died 10 November 1916 aged 19. Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension (IV.A.29)

Andrew Cumming Fleming, Private, 5599, 21 Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Killed 10 April 1918 aged 34. Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Dernancourt, Corbie Albert Area, France (X.C.4.) *(1, 15)
      Place of association: Kew, Australia. s/o Robert Christie Fleming and Lillias Fleming; husband of Emily        Louisa Fleming of “Valley View” Clyde St, East Kew, Victoria; native of Creswick, Victoria
Brother of Norman Reid Fleming (1917 q.v)

Doullens Community Cemetery Ext 1

Furness John (John Furness) Fleming, Lieutenant Corporal, 12167, New Zealand Rifle Brigade.  Died of wounds 6 April 1918, France aged 24. Doullens Community Cemetery Extension 1, France (VI.D.51.) *(1,31)
      son of Alexander and A.W. Fleming of Kokatahi, Hokitika, New Zealand
Image: Auckland War Memorial Museum

William Fleming, Gunner, 218253, Royal Horse and Field Artillery died 7 May 1918 aged 41. Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No.2 (II.A.16.) *(1,3)
      son of Hugh and Jessie Fleming of Glasgow; husband of Jessie Peters of 227 Onslow Drive,                            Dennistoun, Glasgow; born Glasgow

Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz

George Fleming, Private, 39165, 19th Battalion Cheshire Regiment who died 8 February 1917 aged 39. Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France (Sp.Mem.35.) *(1)
          son of the late Thomas and Rosana Fleming of Liverpool.
The marriage register for 29 Jun 1862 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Liverpool records George’s father, Thomas (son of Bartholomew and Bridget Fleming, farmers of co Mayo, Ireland) marrying Rose Ann Manning. Born George Henry Fleming in 1866,  he was their third of eleven children and in 1891 was assisting his father in their restaurant at 55 Great Charlotte St. Within the ensuing ten years the family moved and established dining rooms at 1 Bath St, Liverpool.

In early 1916 George (37) and youngest brother, Arthur (36) received their call-up letters. The Army decided Arthur, a steward in the merchant service, was unlikely to make a soldier and discharged him. George was mobilized firstly into the Kings Liverpool Regiment and posted to Depot 15. Four weeks later he was transferred to the 19th Labour Battalion, Cheshire Regiment joining the  Expeditionary Force to France 27 May 1916. His service record notes he died of heart failure ‘in the field’, 8th Feb 1917.
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George William Fleming, Private, 200552, Suffolk Regiment 4th Battalion who died 15 July 1916 aged 16. Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France (XI. C. 10.)
      Mr A and Mrs E Fleming of 19 Church St, Chipping Hill, Witham, Essex.

Forceville Communal Cemetery

T Fleming, Gunner, 96450, “A” Battery 48th Brigade Royal Field Artillery died 5 April 1918 aged 26. Forceville Communal Cemetery and Extension, France (Plot 3, Row E, Grave 10) *(1)
      son of Thomas and Mary Jane Fleming of Felling-on-Tyne

 Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Ext

Robert Fleming, Private, 350255, 15th Battalion Highland Light Infantry died of wounds 24 June 1918 aged 22. Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Extension (II.M.15.) *(1,3)
      son of Robert and the late Margaret Fleming of Hartwoodmyers, Selkirk; born Sunderland Hall,                      Selkirkshire

Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L’Abbe

Alexander Mitchell Fleming, Private (Guardsman) 10800, Scots Guards 1st Battalion who died of wounds 28 December 1916. Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L’Abbe, Somme, France (VI. G.18.) *(1,3)
      born Letham, Forfar
Alexander Mitchell Fleming born 9 Feb 1896 at Letham, Angus, Scotland to James and Hannah (Burnett) Fleming. He was the younger brother of James Fleming, 1916 q.v.
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Robert Alexander Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 1st/7th Battalion who died of wounds 31 July 1916 aged 32. Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L’Abbe, Somme, France (II. F. 2.) *(1,3)
      son of Mrs Basil Baird Fleming of Glasgow; husband of Margaret Fleming of 22 Woodcroft Avenue,              Broomhill, Glasgow.

W Fleming, Private, S/17578, Cameron Highlanders 1st Battalion who died of wounds 4 September 1916. Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L’Abbe, Somme, France.
      born Bridgeton, Lanarkshire

Mailly Wood Cemetery, Mailly-Maillet

Arthur Fleming, Private, 3101, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 8th Battalion killed in action 13 November 1916 aged 19. Mailly Wood Cemetery, Mailly-Maillet, Somme, France *(1,3)
      son of George and Jane Fleming of 24 Evan St, Dean Road, Salford, Manchester. born Lower                          Broughton, Lancashire

James Fleming, Private, 17248, Essex Regiment 13th Battalion who died 13 November 1916 aged 22. Mailly Wood Cemetery, Mailly-Maillet, Somme, France (II.C.5.)
      son James Fleming of 43A Dawlish Rd, High Rd, Leyton, London
Brother of John Henry Fleming (1918 q.v.)
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John Fleming, Private, 3537, Seaforth Highlanders 6th Battalion killed in action 13 November 1916 aged 22. Mailly Wood Cemetery, Mailly-Maillet, Somme, France (I.G.16) *(1,3)
      son of Mr and Mrs R Fleming of 38 Fielden St, Bridgeton, Glasgow. Born Glasgow

Nesle Communal Cemetery

Alexander Fleming, Private, 2989, 17th Battalion Highland Light Infantry who died of wounds 5 April 1917. Nesle Communal Cemetery, Somme, France (C.40) *(1, 3)
      Born Rutherglen

New Munich Trench British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel

W Fleming, Private, 40543, Highland Light Infantry 16th Battalion killed in action 18 November 1916. New Munich Trench British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel, Somme, France. (D.9) *(1,3)
      born Rutherglen
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Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt

John Fleming, Private, 43458, 12 Battalion Highland Light Infantry killed in action 25 Mar 1918 aged 27. Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt, France (II.I.23.) *(1,3)
      son of John and Annie Fleming of 54 Ballgreen, Strathaven, Lanarkshire

Pozieres Memorial, Ovillers-la-Boisselle

Adam Fleming, Gunner, 95790, Royal Garrison Artillery died 21 March 1918. Pozieres Memorial, Ovillers-la-Boisselle, France (panel 10) *(1,10)

David Fleming, Private, 303278, 1st/8th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders killed in action 21 March 1918. Pozieres Memorial, France (panel 77 and 78) *(1,3)
      Born Cardross, Dumbartonshire

Hugh Fleming, Private, 49059, 11th Battalion Royal Scots killed in action 23 March 1918. Pozieres Memorial, France (panel 13 and 14) *(1,3)

John Fleming, Private, 202556, 2nd/6th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment died 22 Mar 1918. Pozieres Memorial, France (panel 18 and 19) *(1)

L J Le Fleming, Major, 2nd Battalion (Commanding 9th Battalion) who died 29 March 1918 aged 38. Mentioned in Despatches. Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France (panel 44 and 45) *(1)

Richard Fleming, Private, 37089, 8th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment died 21 March 1918. Pozieres Memorial, France (panel 56 and 57) *(1)

William Stanley Fleming, Private, 202723, 5th Battalion Border Regiment died 21 March 1918 aged 19. Pozieres Memorial, France (panel 46) *(1)
      Nephew of Annie Davidson of 15 Post Office Lane, Parton, Whitehaven, Cumberland

Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery

John Fleming, Private, 43082, “C” Company 14th Battalion Highland Light Infantry who died of wounds 25 June 1917 aged 20. Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Somme, France (I.B.2) *(1, 3)
      Son of Hugh and Mary Fleming of Pitcairn Cottages, Almondbank, Perthshire. 

Rosieres Communal Cemetery Ext

Martin Fleming, Private, 275826, 10th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders killed in action 10 August 1918 aged 20. Rosieres Communal Cemetery Extension (III.E.9.) *(1,3)
      son of J and Margaret Fleming of 3 Bank St, Stirling

Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery

Valentine FlemingValentine Fleming, DS.O., Major, “C” Squadron Queen’s Own Oxfordshire Hussars who was killed in action 20 May 1917 aged 35. Awarded Distinguished Service Order and twice Mentioned in Despatches. Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France (II.E.40.) *(1, 3)

      Son of Robert Fleming; husband of Evelyn C Fleming of 118 Cheyne Walk,        Chelsea, London.  Member of Parliament for South Oxon, and father of            Ian Fleming the creator of “James Bond, Secret Agent 007”.

image: courtesy Forces-War-Records.co.uk
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John Fleming, Private, 10836, 2nd Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers died 21st March 1918. Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, France (I.D.12.) *(1, 7)
      born St Catherine’s Dublin

Thiepval Memorial

Adam Fleming, Private, S/16196, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 2nd Battalion killed in action 24 December 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 15A and 16C)
     born Kirkwall, Orkney 1
Adam Craigie Fleming was born when his parents Adam and Jean/Jane McKenzie were visiting Jean’s family on the island of Orkney, 9 Feb 1886. Returning to their home at Chirnside, Berwickshire, Scotland, Adam soon became the eldest of a large family. His father, Adam Fleming, snr was a great grandson of John and Agnes (Johnston) Fleming, farm steward at Northfield, in the parish of Coldingham, Berwickshire.

Adam was working as a vanman when he enlisted at Edinburgh on 6 Dec 1915. Posted to the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders he  embarked with the Expedtionary Force from Folkestone 9 Jul 1916 and on arrival at Boulogne, joined the 19th Infantry Base Depot at Etaples. Five weeks later on 24 August he was assigned to the 2nd Battalion. Adam died Christmas Eve, 1916 and his service record notes he was buried in the front line trenches near Rancourt (Lens Sector] where his Battalion was operating that night. Two cousins (1C1R) also appear in the Honor Roll: George Fleming, 1916  and James Fleming, 1917
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Andrew D Fleming, Private, 5107, Highland Light Infantry 9th (Glasgow Hdrs.) Battalion who died of wounds 2 November 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 15C.) *(1,3)
      born Dennistoun, Glasgow

Charles Frederick Fleming, Lance Corporal, G/5711, Middlesex Regiment 12th Battalion who died 26 September 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 12D and 13B) *(1,5)
Lived / born in : Notting Hill

David Leslie Fleming, Private, 4899, London Regiment 1st/24th Battalion who died 18 September 1916 aged 39. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 9D 9C  13C and 12C) *(1,5)
son of the late David Bell Fleming and Agnes Fleming. Served in the South African Campaign. Lived Kennington
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Douglas Fleming, Private, 27/246, Northumberland Fusiliers 27th (Tyneside Irish) Battalion killed in action, France 1 July 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 10 B 11B and 12 B) *(1,7)
      Born Whitehaven, Cumberland

Edward Fleming, Able Seaman, Clyde Z/1248, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Howe Battalion, RN Division who was killed in action 13 November 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. *(1,3, 11, 12)

Edward Fleming, Lance Corporal, 16309, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 10th Battalion who died 31 August 1916 aged 26. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 4D) *(1,3)
      Son of James Fleming of 8 Newman St, Burnley, Lancashire; husband of Emma McCartney (formerly            Fleming) of 40 Dartmouth St, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

Fred Fleming, Private, 15498, Manchester Regiment 22nd Battalion who died 25 August 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 13A and 14C)

Gavin Fleming, Private, 3704, Highland Light Infantry, 9th (Glasgow Hds) Battalion who died 21 August 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 15C) *(1,3)

George Edward Fleming, Lance Corporal, 17370, Royal Scots 15th Battalion killed in action 1 July 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 6D and 7D.) *(1,3)

George Frederick Fleming, Private, 1508, King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) 1st/5th Battalion who died 15 August 1916 aged 21. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 5D and 12B)
      son of Isabella Fleming of 30 Temple Rd, Sale Moor, Manchester and the late Henry Fleming (formerly         of Carnforth).

George Henry Flemming, Company Sergeant Major, 3/8878, Yorkshire Regiment 9th Battalion who died 21 September 1916 aged 41.  Mentioned in Despatches. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 3A and 3D)
      Son of the late Gilbert and Mary Flemming; husband of Rose Elizabeth Flemming of 5 Albion St,                    Aylesbury, Bucks

Herbert Fleming, Private, 40180, Essex Regiment 2nd Battalion who died 18 October 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 10D.)

Herbert Fleming, Corporal, E/346, Royal Fusiliers 17th Battalion who died 13 November 1916 aged 20. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 8C 9A and 16A) *(1)
son of James & Martha Jane Fleming nee Brown
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Jack Fleming, Private, 18555, 11th Battalion Border Regiment who died 12 January 1917. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 6A and 7C) *(1)

James Clare Fleming, Sergeant, 22081, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) 20th Battalion who died 30 July 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 1 D 8 B and 8 C)

John Fleming, Private, 22970, Royal Scots Fusiliers 2nd Battalion who died 30 July 1916 aged 22. Thiepval Memorial, Somme France (pier and face 3 C.) *(1,3)
      son of William and Christina Fleming of 3 Hutton Drive, South Govan, Glasgow. Born Edinburgh.

John Fleming, Rifleman, 19490, Royal Irish Rifles “D” Company 11th Battalion who died 1 July 1916 aged 26. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 15 A and 15 B.)
      son of James Fleming of Main St, Crumlin, Co Antrim and the late Mary Fleming. Born Crumlin co                Antrim

John Fleming, Private, 43065, North Staffordshire Regiment 8th Battalion who died 18 November 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 14B and 14C) *(1,5)
Lived / born in : Hampstead

John Allister Fleming, Queens Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 1st Battalion who died 22 July 1916 aged 23. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 11C.)
      son of the Revd. R S Fleming and Margaret L Fleming of 11 Elm Rd, Beckenham, Kent.

John B Fleming, Lance Corporal, 14912, Royal Scots Fusiliers 2nd Battalion who died 30 July 1916 aged 25. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 3 C.) *(1,3)
      son of James and Margaret Fleming of 1 Auchenreoch, Milton of Campsie, Stirlingshire. Born                        Cumbernauld near Glasgow.

John Henry Fleming, Lance Corporal, 9597, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) “B” Company 9th Battalion who died 6 July 1916 aged 33. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 4D) *(1,3)
      son of the late Clr. Serjt. Instr. M.J. Fleming and Mrs S A Fleming of Beulah Villa, Montgomery St,                  Larkhall, Lanarkshire. Borm Pembroke Dock

John William Fleming, Private, 17/561, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’ Own) 17th Battalion who died 26 August 1916 aged 21. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 2A 2C and 2D)
      Son of John Richard and Sarah Fleming, of 10, Carlton Row, Marshall St., Holbeck, Leeds.

Joseph Fleming, Private, 24238, Worcestershire Regiment 3rd Battalion who died 7 July 1916 aged 19. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 5A and 6C)
      son of Mr and Mrs William Fleming of 50 Spring St, Lye, Stourbridge, Worcestershire.
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Martin Fleming, Lance Corporal, 1893, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’ Own) 1st/8th Battalion who died 3 September 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme France (pier and face 2A 2C and 2D)

Martin Matthias Fleming, Private, 17888, Manchester Regiment 20th Battalion who died 1 July 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 13A and 14C)

Reginald Henry Fleming, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Welsh Fusiliers 15th Battalion killed in action 11 July 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 4A.) *(1,3)

Robert Fleming, Private, 7856, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 1st Battalion who died 20 July 1916 aged 24. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 4 D) *(1,3)
      Brother of Mrs Euphemia Neil of McLachlan St, Larbert, Stirlingshire.

Robert Fleming, Private, S/11274, Cameron Highlanders 5th Battalion killed in action 16 October 1916.  Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 15B.) *(1,3)
      born New Kilpatrick, Dumbartonshire

Robert Fleming, Private, 40814, Royal Scots Fusiliers 1st Batallion who died 13 November 1916 aged 25. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 3C) *(1,3)
      son of Mary Fleming of Creamery Cottages, Dunragit, Wigtownshire and the late James Fleming. Born          Glenluce, Wigtownshire

Thomas Fleming, Private, 15201, Royal Inniskiling Fusiliers 11th Battalion killed in action France 1 July 1916.  Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 4 D and 5 B.) *(1,7)
      born Convoy, Co Donegal

Thomas Fleming, Lance Corporal, 19944, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 8th Battalion killed in action 6 September 1916 aged 30. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 16C) *(1,7)
      husband of Jane Fleming of 7 Gordon St, Barrow St, Dublin.; born Ringsend, Dublin

Thomas Frederick Fleming, Rifleman, S/10067, Rifle Brigade 3rd Battalion who died 1 September 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 16B and 16C) *(1,5)
      Lived / Born in : Regent’s Park

William Fleming, Private, 17505, Royal Inniskiling Fusiliers 9th Battalion killed in action 1 Jul 1916 aged 22. Connaught Cemetery, Thiepval, Somme, France. *(1,7)
      son of Margaret Fleming of Tulnavert, Clogher, Co Tyrone; born Fivemiletown, Co Tyrone

William Flemming, Lance Corporal, 17838, Welsh Regiment 14th Battalion who died 10 July 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 7A and 10A)

William Fleming, Private, 19206, Royal Scots  Lothian Regiment “D” Company, 16th Battalion killed in action 1 July 1916 aged 21. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 6D and 7D.) *(1,3)
      son of Mr and Mrs Charles Fleming, 59 Cumberland St, Edinburgh; born Edinburgh 
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William Fleming, Private, 16154, Royal Irish Fusiliers 9th Battalion killed in action 1 July 1916. Thiepval, Somme, France (pier and face 15A.) *(1,7)
      born Stranoden, Co Monaghan

William Joseph Fleming, Private, 28275, Cheshire Regiment 1st Battalion who died 4 September 1916 aged 21. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 3C and 4A)
      son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Fleming of 58 Squirries St, Bethnal Green, London.

William Mossop Fleming, Private, 25390, Grenadier Guards 1st Battalion who died 25 September 1916. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France (pier and face 8D)

Villers-Bretonneux Memorial

Albert Henry FlemingAlbert Henry Fleming, Private, 2674A, Australian Infantry AIF 9th Battalion who died 23 July 1916. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France.
Photo: discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au

 

 

Alexander Fleming

Alexander Fleming, Private, 3039, 49th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Killed France, 3 September 1916. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France
      Son of John and Margaret Fleming. Born at Glasgow, Scotland.
Image: discoveringanzacs.com.au

 

 

Arthur Rudolph Fleming

Arthur Rudolph Fleming, Private, 85, Australian Army Medical Corps 1st Field Ambulance who died 5 November 1916. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France.
      Son of William Clark Fleming and Josephine Fleming, of 30, Morris St.,                  Summer Hill, New South Wales.
Image © IWM (HU 122152)

 

 

Carlyle David George Fleming

Carlyle David George Fleming, Sergeant, 794, 20th Battalion, Australian Army who died near Warfusse, France 11th August 1918 aged 22. Place of enlistment: Nelson, NZ. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France *(1,4,31) Photo: Auckland War Memorial Museum
      son of David George and Frances Mary Fleming (nee Barnes) of 12                     Collingwood St, Nelson, New Zealand.
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Clifford Francis Fleming, Private, 1944, 4th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Killed France, 25 July, 1916 aged 24. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France.
      Son of Herbert Llewellyn Fleming and Marie Fleming, of 80, Hope St., Geelong West, Victoria. Born at          Cobden, Victoria.
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David Fleming, Private, 1032A, 1 Battalion, Australian Army killed between 5th  and 8th  May 1917, France. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France. *(1,2)
        Place of association: Cassillis, Australia.

Edmund Fleming, Corporal, 1669, 25 Battalion Australian Army. Killed France, 6 August.1916  Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France *(1,13)

James Fleming, Corporal, 3520, 51 Battalion Australia Army. Killed France, 16 August  1916 aged 34.  Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France
      Son of Joseph and Annie Fleming, of 109, English St., Dumfries, Scotland. Born at Moorpark,                        Caerlaverock, Scotland.

Norman Reid Fleming

Norman Reid Fleming, Private, 4397, 23 Battalion Australian Army killed 3 May 1917 France. Place of association: Windsor, Australia. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France. *(1,2)
      son of Robert Christie Fleming and Lillias Fleming; b orn at Ballarat,            Victoria.
Brother of Andrew Cumming Fleming (1918 q.v.)
© IWM (HU 122158)

 

 

Peter Fleming

Peter Fleming, Sergeant, 153, 22nd Battalion Australian Army killed 25 February 1917 France. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France *(1,2)
Image courtesy discoveringanzacs.naa.gov.au

Reginald Eugene Fleming, Private, 678, 42nd Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Died France 25 August 1918 aged 27. Cemetery: Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Villers-Bretonneux, Villers-Bretonneux Area, France. *(1,2)

Stanley Fleming, Private, 1899, 35th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Died France 4 April 1918. Cemetery: Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France.

William Charles Fleming, Private, 391, 29th Battalion (Infantry) Australian Army. Killed in action France, 24 November, 1916 aged 18 Australia. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France
      son of the late George Windsor Fleming and of Jean Ann Fleming, of 19, Koiroroet Creek Rd.,                        Williamstown, Victoria

Villers-Faucon Communal Cemetery

Thomas Fleming, Private, 34801, 17th Battalion, Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) who was killed in action 23 August 1917. Villers-Faucon Communal Cemetery, Somme, France (E.29.) *(1, 3)
      Husband of Mrs M Fleming of 565 Brown Terrace, Yarrow Road, Falkirk

Waggon Road Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel

James Fleming, Private, 33425, Highland Light Infantry 16th Battalion (formerly S/15602 Black Watch – R Highrs) killed in action 18 November 1916. Waggon Road Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel, Somme, France (C.12) *(1,3)
      born Dunnichen, Forfarshire
Born 11th Mar 1893 at Dunnichen, Angus, Scotland. to James and Hannah (Burnett) Fleming. He is memorialized with his younger brother Alexander Mitchell Fleming, 1916 q.v.in Dunnichen Church. See also their 1st cousin Thomas Fleming, buried Caterpillar Valley Cemetery.
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Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Ext

James Fleming, Private, 32916, 18th Battalion Highland Light Infantry died of wounds 28 March 1918 aged 23. Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension (VI.E.18.) *(1,3)
      son of Jas and Sarah Fleming of 6 Croftbank Place, Uddingston, Glasgow; native of Carfin, Lanark;              born Bothwell, Lanarkshire

Samuel Fleming, Private, 3663, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 6th Battalion who died 3 August 1916. Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension (VII.E.8.) *(1,3,7)

T Fleming, Private, 19141, York and Lancaster Regiment 9th Battalion who died 3 July 1916. Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France (I.B.21.)

At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.