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Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Biography -
- Bernard Henry Tullidge -

Unknown person Name : Bernard Henry Tullidge

Son of Henry Tullidge and Amy Constance Tullidge (née Jupe) of Shide.
Born 1891, Newport

His brother Robert Milton Tullidge also died in WW I.
  Census information :

1901 : Henry and Amy Tullidge are at 2 St Thomas Square, Newport, with their family including Bernard and Robert. Henry Tullidge is a Draper on his own account.

1911 : Henry and Amy Tullidge are at Brookside, Newport, with Bernard and Robert. Henry Tullidge gives no occupation; Bernard is a Mineral Water Traveller.

  Service Details :

Captain Bernard Henry Tullidge, 6th Bn attd. 13th Bn Worcestershire Regiment

6 May 1915 - Temp. 2nd Lieutenant, appointed 2nd Lieutenant
9 May 1917 - 2nd Lieutenant, appointed Acting Captain while commanding a company
23 June 1917 - relinquishes acting Captain appointment
20 July 1917 - Acting Captain.
  Casualty Details :

Died 27 August 1917, aged 25

Commemorated at Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.

CWGC Record
  Commemorated on these Memorials :

Arreton Roll of Honour
Newport Oddfellows War Memorial
Newport Literary Society War Memorial
Newport Borough War Memorial
County War Memorial
Newport Conservative Club Roll of Honour
  Documents and Newspaper cuttings :

Isle of Wight County Press 8 Sep 1917 :

TULLIDGE - Aug. 27, killed in action in France, Bernard Henry Tullidge, elder and only surviving son of Henry and Amy Constance Tullidge, The Nook, Addlestone, Surrey, and late of Shide, IW, aged 25.
  Page status :
Page last updated : 16 February 2015 (added link to Conservative Club Roll of Honour)


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