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William was the son of David and Mary Ann Mole. The College of Medicine Day Students Register No 4 (p.87) lists the family address as 40 Coquet Terrace and lists William’s sister Jane attending as a corporaion scholar studying langauages from 1909.
William was a student of the College of Medicine in Newcastle upon Tyne 1909 – 1913. In 1910 William won 1st prize in practical physics and 2nd prize in practical chemistry at the University.
William died of his wounds on 29 August 1917, aged 28 years old.
40 Coquet Terrace, Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne (Day Student Register 1909)
Mendinghem Military Cemetery
William is also remembered at Heaton Presbyterian Church, Newcastle upon Tyne
UK Census registers, National Archives (available via Ancestry.co.uk)
UK Military Service Records, National Archives (available via Ancestry.co.uk)
Newcastle University Archives (Roll of Service, College of Medicine Calendars, Day Student Register)
North East War Memorials Project
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
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