Between 1914 and the armistice on 11 November 1918 many thousands of Manx men and women were involved in the war effort. Over 8000 Manxmen enlisted into the services and about 1100 lost their lives in the service of their country and a further 1000 were wounded. Manxmen and women were involved in every part of the war effort serving in the army, navy and developing airforce as well as in nursing, munitions and farming. And although the battles of the Western Front in France and Belgium are perhaps the most familiar names and pictures the Manx were represented in campaigns all around the world. See Matthew Richardson’s book ‘This Terrible Ordeal’ for much more detail.
The names of those who died are recorded on war memorials around the world. Memorials on the IoM often include the names of men who were born on the Island but then had emigrated, often to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa and then returned to serve the empire in the army of their new country.
Working with Sue Church, who runs the TEEAR, TEAR, TEARE, TEER, McTEAR One Name Study with the Guild of One name Studies (http://www.one-name.org/profiles/teear), we have put together this memorial page for all the persons named Teare we can find who lost their lives in the service of their country during WW1.
We have included details of birth date and place, parents, military service record (although these are very patchy for WW1 as many records were burnt in air raids during WW2) as well as date and place of death and burial. In some cases we have been able to include more detailed information on the family story and pictures. There is more information for each man, in some cases a lot more. Please contact us if you want more details.
This is a ‘work in progress’ and we will be adding more information as we find it.
We welcome any corrections, additions and of course more details including pictures. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
|Name||DOB||Place of Birth||Parents||Military service||Death||Burial|
|Thomas William Teare||1883||Oldham, Lancashire||Geroge Henry Teare and Sarah Nicholson||Private – Northumberland Fusiliers – 1st Bn.||08/11/1914||Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium|
|James Percival Teare||1896||Everton, Lancashire||Edward George Teare and Emma Eliza Skillicorn||Private – The King’s (Liverpool) Regiment
|16/05/1915||Richebourg-l’Avoue, Departement du Pas-de-Calais,
France Panels 6 to 8.
|Thomas Arthur Teare||1889||Urmston, Lnacashire||Thomas Teare and Alice Day||Sergeant – Manchester Regiment||06/06/1915||Gallipoli, Canakkale, Turkey; Final resting place unknown.|
|William Burgoyne Teare||1894||Salford, Lancashire||John Teare and Josephine Elisabeth A Wilton||Private -The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) 2nd Battalion||13/11/1916||Somme, Picardy, France; Final resting place unknown|
|Frank Teare||1889||Peel, IoM||William Edward Teare and Eleanor Morrison||Corporal – Canadian Infantry Alberta Reg:- 50th Bn.||10/04/1917||Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, France|
|Frederick William Teare||1877||Peel, IoM||William Edward Teare and Agnes Cragg||Sergeant – Seaforth Highlanders – 2nd Bn.||23/04/1917||Etaples, Departement du Pas-de-Calais,
|James Garrett Teare||1888||Garston, Lancashire||Robert Teare and Elizabeth Ann Evans||Private – Royal Warwickshire Regiment -
|13/05/1917||Departement du Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France; Bay 3 Arras Memorial|
|John Stewart Teare||1893||Balwyn, Australia||John Corlett Teare and Marion Melville McLulick Smith||Lieutenant – Royal Field Artillery “B” Bty. 108th Bde. Military Cross||03/08/1917||Ypres, West Flanders (West-Vlaanderen), Belgium;Panel 5 and 9.|
|Richard Edward Teare||1886||Kirkdale, Lancashire||Albert John Teare and Sarah Janet Jones||Private – The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment – 7th Bn.-||28/09/1917||Outtersteene Communal Cemetery Extension, Bailleul, France|
|Philip Norman Teare||1892||O’Halloran Hill, South Australia;||Philip Thomas Teare and Lucy Isabelle Kenihan||Corporal – 27th Bn. Australian Infantry||02/11/1917||Poperinge, West Flanders, Belgium; Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery XXI – FF – 10|
|Herbert Douglas Teare||1897||Peel, IoM||William James Teare and Christian Caine||Private - Lancashire Fusiliers Battalion: 2/7th Battalion||21/03/1918||Departement de la Somme, Picardie; Cemetery:
|Robert Killip Teare||1891||Ballabeg, Lonan, IoM||Philip Christopher Teare and Margaret Killip||Private – Border Regiment – 7th Westmoreland and Cumberland Yeomanry||23/03/1918||Arras, Departement du Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Bay 6, France .|
|Charles H Teare||1895||Douglas, IoM||John Teare and Lydia Margaret Clague||Private – Royal Inniskilling
Fusiliers – 6th Bn. Service
|07/11/1918||Dourlers, Departement du Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France|
|Wilfred Kneale Teare||1896||Chesterfield, Derbeyshire||James Teare and Anne Arnott||Corporal – Notts and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Military Medal for Gallantry||14/06/1919||Mansfield, Nottingham Road, Cemetery Plot: B. 13104, England|
To find more about cemeteries of WW1 and WW2 see http://www.inmemories.com
WW2 Teare memorial page is in preparation.