Rifleman

Stewart Agnew

Conflict: 
WW1
Additional Information: 

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Agnew, of Drumnacannon, Culnady, Upperlands, Co. Londonderry, Ireland.

References:
  • CWGC
  • Archives New Zealand
NZ WAR GRAVES

Public Contributions:

On doing research Family Tree, I have found out that Stewart Agnew 80589 is a brother to my great Grandad William Agnew Born 1887. Another brother was Called Robert who left Ireland and went to Ameri... Read More
On doing research Family Tree, I have found out that Stewart Agnew 80589 is a brother to my great Grandad William Agnew Born 1887. Another brother was Called Robert who left Ireland and went to America, was sherrif, mined gold and took logs up the river. His grave is in the Mount Angeles Memorial Park. Born July 26th 1883, died 19th Oct 1965.


Personal Tributes:

Casualty

Service Number: 
80589
Name:
Stewart Agnew
Rank: 
Rifleman
Date of Birth:
Not known
Next of Kin: 
Mrs W. Agnew (mother), Drumaconnon, Culnady, Upperlands, County Derry, Ireland
Date of Enlistment:
Not known
Occupation on Enlistment:
Labourer
Armed Force: 
Army
Unit:
New Zealand Rifle Brigade

Casualty Details

Cause of Death:
Died of disease
Date of Death:
04 November 1918
Day of Death:
Monday
Age at Death: 
22
Conflict: 
WW1

Embarkation Details

Embarkation Body:
New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Embarkation Place:
Wellington, New Zealand
Embarkment Date:
01 August 1918
Transport:
HMNZT 109
Vessel:
Tofua
Destination:
London, England

Text in italics supplied by Cenotaph Online, Auckland War Memorial Museum

Cemetery

Cemetery Reference: 
I. A. 12.
Cemetery Location: 
United Kingdom
Stewart Agnew
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