The short answer is "yes". You will need to look at the military deaths
- try Ancestry or Findmypast. I can not recall which!
On 29/09/2013 18:43, Sarah Reay wrote:
Good Evening List,
I just wondered if anyone could help me in terms of trying to locate a death
certificate for my DAVID MORGAN who was in the Welsh Regiment (full details
on CWGC website) who died on the 17th March 1918. He was in France or
Belgium when he became ill and he was then brought home to the UK. So, I
believe he died in the UK (he may have been brought back to Pembrokeshire or
he may have been in a hospital in England or other part of Wales) but I
cannot find a death certificate?
He was buried in his home village of Robeston Wathem in Pembrokeshire. I
have the burial record, but I was hoping to obtain a copy of his death
I have looked up all the usual resources, Free BMD, FMP, West Wales War
Memorial Project, etc. and I can find no death for a David Morgan in the
March Qtr of 1918? Maybe I'm missing something very obvious here, but if
anyone can help to simply steer me in the correct direction, that would be
Are there separate death records for WW1 soldiers who died from their
injuries or illness when they returned home or were they treated as
David Morgan was my grandfather's cousin.
Thank you for any help!
Kindest regards, Sarah in Northumberland.