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Name:
Adam Bainbridge
Casualty No.:
Initials:
A
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Date of Birth:
1895
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Teesdale Township:
Place Enlisted:
Home Address:
Kidrhouse Fold, Forest and Frith.
Civilian Employment:
Cause of Death:
Killed in a quarry rock fall
Date of Death:
1933
Place of Death:
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Family Details:

Detailed information about the Porter Family and their relatives in Teesdale and service records - courtesy of Philip A Wilde - is available from the Bowes Museum Archive.

 

Brother of John Joseph and cousin of Ernest Harold Porter and Joseph Henry James Porter, all of whom served in the War (see separate entries on the database). 

 

Adam had two other brothers, Thomas and Charles, whose names don't appear on local memorials or rolls of honour. As they worked in the Lead Mines, it is possible that they were exempt from service or they may have been medically unfit.  

 

Adam also had several other relatives in Teesdale who also served in the war (see separate entries on the database): William Porter (of Cotherstone); Frederick Porter and John Henry Porter (of Kinninvie Marwood); John Willam Porter (of Barnard Castle); Arthur Edwin Raine and William Stanley Raine (of Middleton in Teesdale); Herbert Dennis Raine, Edward Richard Raine and George McKenzie Raine (from Low Selset - Lunedale); Arthur Henry (Harry) from Ingelton; and Edgar Heslop (from Marwood). 

 

 

Notes:

Survived. 

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First Name: Private Individual ; Last Name: Private Individual; newmp.org.uk; Initials: Private Individual; newmp.org.uk; Date of Birth Year: Private Individual; Home Address: Private Individual; Cause of Death: Private Individual; Date of Death Year: Private Individual ; Family Details: Private Individual; Notes: Private Individual; Local Memorials: Private Individual; newmp.org.uk; Teesdale Townships: Teesdale Poor Law Union ;