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J Fisher/J Elliott Halfway cemetery wargrave
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2008, 23:08:19 »

J. Fisher served as J. Elliott
Trimmer cook, RNR, 16/TG
H.M. trawler "Leandross"
15th June 1915, age 39

Only reference i could find of him on the net:
Joseph Fisher (real name, but served as Joseph Elliott), Trimmer Cook, 16 TC, Leandros, 15 June 1915, illness.

Thought it was odd that he used a different name  ???  Wonder why...


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