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Pte John Arthur Sullivan
British Army Durham Light Infantry 13th Btn.
(d.18th Oct 1917)
I have only just discovered my great Uncle (Arthur John, but usually went by John), who was born in Chelsea, London c Dec 1893. He moved to 38 John St, South Moor, Stanley and was a miner. He enlisted 11th Sep 1914 aged 20 years 10 months at Newcastle in the 3rd Reserves and embarked to France, posted to the 13th DLI 13th Apr 1916. He was killed in action 18th Oct 1917 and is remembered at the Tyne Cot Memorial
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