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Ralph Raine
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Justice of the Peace supervising local tribunals on Conscription, Food Control and Wartime Affairs
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Father of Arthur Edwin Raine and William Stanley Raine, both of whom served in the War (see separate entries on the database).


Teesdale Mercury 16 October 1918: Upper Dales Notes for details of family and contribution to the War effort. 


Ralph also had several other relatives in Teesdale who also served in the war (see separate entries on the database): Willam Porter and his sons Ernest Harold and Joesph Henry James Porter of Cotherstone; Adam Bainbridge and John Joseph Bainbridge (of Forest and Frith); Frederick Porter and John Henry Porter (of Kinninvie Marwood); John William Porter (of Barnard Castle); Herbert Dennis Raine, Edward Richard Raine and George McKenzie Raine (from Low Selset - Lunedale); Arthur Henry (Harry) from Ingelton; and Edgar Heslop (from Marwood). 

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


Ralph presided over memorial unveiling ceremonies in local communities. 

First Name: Private Individual; Teesdale Mercury; Last Name: Private Individual; Teesdale Mercury; Initials: Private Individual; Teesdale Mercury; Home Address: Private Individual; Teesdale Mercury; Civilian Employment: Private Individual; Teesdale Mercury; Family Details: Private Individual; Teesdale Mercury; Teesdale Townships: Teesdale Poor Law Union 1914;