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Tyne Cot Memorial
Zonnebeke, West Flanders, Belgium

GPS: 50.887279, 2.999485

Zonnebeke, Belgium 8980

Date published: June 1, 2017
Total records: 34,994

Surnames Z

Records published here were acquired from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on May 31, 2017. Dates of death range from 1916 to 1919.

ZEBEDEE, Tom, Died: 6-Nov-1917Private, Royal Marine Light Infantry, 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div., Service# CH/2006(S), Location: Panel 1 and 162A.
ZIMMER, Ernest Alfred, Died: 3-Sep-1917Private, Grenadier Guards, 1st Bn., Age: 23, Service# 25893, Location: Panel 9., Son of Mary Ann Zimmer, of 55, Thorpe Rd., Walthamstow, Essex, and the late Henry Zimmer; husband of Tessie C. Zimmer.
ZIMMERMAN, Frederick Albert, Died: 26-Oct-1917Private, Border Regiment, 2nd Bn., Age: 28, Service# 29091, Location: Panel 85 to 86., Husband of Ada Zimmerman, of 31, Kelly Rd., Canning Town, London.
ZIMMERMAN, Louis, Died: 4-Oct-1917Private, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 1st Bn., Service# G/17489, Location: Panel 106 to 108.
ZIMMERMAN, Nathan, Died: 8-May-1918Private, Yorkshire Regiment, 2nd Bn., Service# 42533, Location: Panel 52 to 54 and 162A.
ZOLLER, Victor, Died: 25-Apr-1918Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 1st/1st (North Midland) Heavy Bty., Age: 38, Service# 96288, Location: Panel 6 to 7 and 162., Son of Joseph and Emma Zoller, of 8, Bishops Rd., Croydon; husband of Beatrice Mary Zoller, of 21, Hazeldean Rd., Harlesden, London.
ZOTNICH, Samuel, Died: 9-Oct-1917Private, York and Lancaster Regiment, 1st/5th Bn., Service# 263008, Location: Panel 125 to 128.
ZUGG, Alfred, Died: 27-Oct-1917Private, Cheshire Regiment, 1st Bn., Age: 27, Service# 12265, Location: Panel 61 to 63., Son of William and Ellen Zugg, of 19, Bredbury Green, Romiley, Cheshire.

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