Reference Library – Infantry Regiments – Prince of Wales’s Division – Cheshire Regiment
THANKS to help from Marigold Cleeve and a small number of researchers from the Loughborough Carillon Tower and War Memorial Museum, we have been commemorating the brave men from Loughborough and the surrounding areas who lost their lives during the First World War. Here, we continue to remember the soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in August 1916:
Frederick Arthur William Hague was born in Loughborough in 1890, the eldest son of William Goodacre Hague and his wife Emma. William, a hosiery machine fitter, and Emma had nine children, eight of whom survived to adulthood.
Frederick had five sisters Edith, Carrie, Gertrude, Florence and Hilda, and two brothers Leonard and Everard. In 1891 and 1901 the family lived at 3 Cobden Street, Loughborough, but by 1911 had moved to 1 Forest Road. Frederick attended Holy Trinity Church in Loughborough.
Frederick, who in 1911 was a clerk in the timber trade in the offices of Messrs, J. Griggs and Co. in Loughborough, went to Australia in 1913 to take up farming. By 1915 he was living at 145 Blythe Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and was employed as a farm labourer. Frederick enlisted in Melbourne on August 4, 1915.
As Private 2669 he embarked in Melbourne, Australia, on H.M.A.T. Ulysses on October 27, 1915, with the 6th Reinforcements, 24th Battalion, of the 6th Australian Infantry Brigade (Australian Imperial Force). In Egypt he was initially sent to the 6th Training Battalion at Zeitoun but was taken on the strength of D Company of the 7th Battalion of the Australian Infantry at Serapeum, Egypt, on February 24, 1916. Frederick embarked in Alexandria, Egypt, to join the British Expeditionary Force on March 26, 1916, disembarking in Marseilles on March 31.
Upon arrival, his battalion was sent to Morbecque, west of Armenti res, and it was in this area that the men entered the front line trenches for the first time on May 3. The battalion s first major action in France was at Pozi res in the Somme valley where it fought between July 23-27 and August 15-21, 1916. Frederick was wounded in action on August 17, 1916.
He was admitted to the 1st Australian Field Ambulance suffering from a gunshot wound to the neck on August 19, 1916. He died from his wound on the same day, aged 25, and was buried in Becourt Armyrats © Military Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt, near Albert, by the Officer Commanding the 1st Australian Field Ambulance on August 19, 1916. A package of personal effects was forwarded to his father and included a religious book, eight coins, two photos, a stud, two pieces of ribbon and a linen bag.
His brother Leonard, who was with the 8th Leicesters, was killed in 1917. His brother Everard, who served with the London Territorial Engineers, survived the war.
Eric Ivo Jacques was born in 1891 in Barrow-upon-Soar, the son of Robert William Jacques, a bricklayer, and Rose Jacques. Eric was one of ten children. He had three brothers Robert William (Junior), Arthur, and Harold and four sisters Ann, Harriet, Mabel and Sarah. Two other siblings, Frank and Mary, had died young. In 1901 the family was living at 23 Gordon Street, Loughborough, but by 1911 had moved to 53 Morley Street.
Prior to the war, Eric worked as a moulder at Messenger and Co. and was a member of the Old Loughburians Football Club. For a number of years he was a Drummer in the St. Peter s Church Lads Brigade, and latterly a teacher in the Woodgate Baptist Sunday School. Eric came from an old soldiering family. He had a great-grandfather who was in the Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) who fought at Waterloo and had three horses shot under him, and a grandmother who was born in Windsor Barracks.
An uncle once walked from Barrow (where the family came from) to Chatham to enlist. Eric enlisted on September 4, 1914, at Loughborough and joined the 8th (Service) Battalion of the Leicestershire Regiment on September 24 as Private 14953. He was promoted to Lance Corporal on November 7, 1914.
From the Depot he was sent firstly to Aldershot for training and then to Shorncliffe in Kent at the end of February 1915. In April 1915, Eric s battalion became part of the newly established 37th Division of Kitchener s 2nd New Army and the Division began to concentrate on Salisbury Plain. On July 22 the Division began to cross the English Channel and Eric travelled from Folkestone to France on July 29, 1915.
Initially the 37th Division concentrated near Tilques. The 8th Battalion then moved via Watten, Houlie, St. Omer, Eecke and Dranoutre to Wulverghem and Berles-au-Bois, a short distance from the front line. In the 11 months that followed, the battalion was mainly based in the area of Bienvillers and Bailleulmont, a short distance from the front line south-west of Arras.
They did tours in the trenches, the 6th Battalion alternating with the 8th Battalion who relieved them. On April 9, 1916, he injured his ankle in bayonet fighting at the Brigade Sports Ground, while attacking trenches and scaffolds and was admitted to No. 6 General Hospital in Rouen three days later. He was discharged on April 29 and sent to convalesce at Etaples.
He rejoined his battalion in the field on May 20. Eric was promoted to Corporal on December 10, 1915, to Lance Sergeant on February 6, 1916, and to Sergeant on June 26, 1916. At the beginning of July, the 8th Leicesters were sent to the Somme.
On July 14 the battalion was in action at the Battle of Bazentin Ridge. After the battle the battalion withdrew to Ribemont and then to M ricourt, and having entrained for Saleux, marched to Soues. From Soues the battalion moved to Longeau, Gouy-en-Ternois, Lattre St. Quentin and then to Arras where they went into the trenches on July 29.
Casualty figures for the battalion in July had been high: 17 officers and 415 other ranks had been killed, wounded or were missing. The battalion went into Divisional Reserve at Agnez-les-Ouisans on August 8 but went back into the trenches on August 18 where they were on the receiving end of trench mortar bombs and heavy shells. Eric was wounded on the following day by a shell which exploded and damaged his jugular vein before he could take cover.
He was taken to No. 30 Casualty Clearing Station and died on the following day, August 20, aged 24. He was buried at Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, Grave I. E. 8. Eric s brothers Robert William (Junior) and Harold and Eric s sister Mabel emigrated to the USA and settled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
John Gregory Chambers was born in Breedon-on-the-Hill in 1874, the eldest son of John Chambers, a publican at Griffydam, and his wife Clara.
By 1891 the family had moved from Griffydam to Oxford Street, Alvaston, Derbyshire, and John Chambers was now a labourer and John Gregory Chambers, aged 17, was a forge boy. By 1901 the family had moved again, this time to 85 Storer Road, Loughborough, and John Chambers was a railway labourer while John Gregory Chambers was a furnace man. Between 1901 and 1911 John Gregory s parents moved from Loughborough to 70 Taylor Street, Osmaston, Derbyshire.
John Gregory, unmarried, moved with them and was employed as an iron worker on the Midland Railway while his father was employed in the gas works. John Gregory Chambers had seven brothers William, Charles, Thomas, Peter, Henry, Gerald and George and two sisters Maria and Emma. When the Chambers family moved to Osmaston, Maria Chambers, now Mrs. Joynes, remained in Loughborough and lived at 1 Albert Promenade.
John joined the 11th (Service) Battalion of the Cheshire Regiment as Private 20858. The battalion was raised in Chester on September 17, 1914, as part of Kitchener s Third New Army and joined the 75th Brigade, 25th Division of the Army. John s battalion sailed for Le Havre on the H.M.T Mona Queen on September 26, the division concentrating on arrival in the area of Nieppe, north of Armenti res.
From the beginning of October 1915 to the end of January 1916, the battalion was in the area of Ploegsteert Wood, where working parties improved the trench defences while being subjected to shelling and sniping by the enemy. A month in Strazeele followed, after which they moved to Nedonchelle, Valhuon, Tinques and Chelers. In May 1916 they were in the front line at Neuville-St.-Vaast and Ecoivres in defence of the German attack on Vimy Ridge.
In June the battalion was at Mingoval, Tinques and Bernoval before moving on to the Somme at Toutencourt. The battalion joined the Somme Offensive just after the main attack, making a costly attack near Thiepval on July 3. The battalion was also in action at the Battle of Bazentin and the Battle of Pozi res.
It is not known when and where John was wounded by a bullet which went through his head but he was brought back to England and died of his wounds, aged 42, in Grantham Camp Armyrats © Military Hospital, Lincolnshire, on August 26, 1916. John is buried in the churchyard of St. John the Baptist Church, Londonthorpe, Grantham. A newspaper report of the time entitled A Proud Record noted that: Of a family that included seven brothers, six have served in H.M. Forces of whom at the present only two are living.
That is the proud record of the brothers of Mrs. Joynes 1 Albert Promenade, Loughborough, who this week learned that her brother, Pte. John G. Chambers of the Cheshire Regt, died on Saturday in hospital at Grantham from a bullet wound, which entered the side of his head and made its way out on the other side.
He was buried at Grantham on Wednesday.
At the latter end of last year another brother Q.M.S. Peter Chambers a regular of the Royal Scots Fusiliers was killed in action while since then Pte. Thomas G. Chambers of the Northumberland Fusiliers has died of wounds while a prisoner of war at Cologne.
A fourth brother after serving 12 years in the K.O.S.B. recently died in Canada, while another George is at present in hospital having been wounded some 12 months ago.
The only brother still on active services is Gerald of the Grenadier Guards who was wounded early in the war and has since returned to duty.
The only brother of the family who has not served with the forces is at present living in Canada.
Mr and Mrs. Chambers the parents of this family of fighters will be remembered by many residents for they kept the Griffin Inn Ashby Road for a number of years.
John Waldron (or Waldrom or Waldram) was born in Shepshed in 1866 or 1867, the son of William Waldron, a framework knitter of cotton shirts, and his wife Anne, a hosiery seamer.
He had two brothers Thomas and John and two sisters Kate and Anne. By the time he was 16, in 1881, he had left home, had become a framework knitter, and was lodging with the Thurman family in Forest Street, Shepshed. He married Eliza Smith in 1887 and the couple set up home in Charnwood Road, Shepshed.
John and Eliza had fourteen children, thirteen of whom survived to adulthood. In 1911 the family was living in Leicester Road, Shepshed, but at some point after 1916 moved to 17 Salmon Street, Loughborough. John enlisted at the Drill Hall in Loughborough on September 14, 1914, and said that he was aged 34, when in fact he was aged 48.
On September 5 he joined the 7th (Service) Battalion of the Leicestershire Regiment as Private 12393. His two eldest sons also enlisted. In April 1915 the 7th Battalion became part of the 37th Division of the Army and concentrated at Cholderton on Salisbury Plain.
While he was at Perham Down, a rumour went round that his battalion would shortly be sailing for France. When all leave was cancelled, John managed to escape and made his way to Shepshed for a quick visit to his wife and family. He was caught by the police, returned to Wiltshire under escort and fined three weeks pay for misconduct and a further 13 days pay for being absent without leave between July 2-14.
John went to France on August 25, 1915, where his battalion gathered with the 37th Division at Tilques, near St. Omer. In September the 7th Battalion was sent to the area of Berles-au-Bois, south-west of Arras. The battalion remained in this area around Bienvillers and Bailleulmont until April 1916 and was engaged in localised operations seeking a tactical advantage.
When not in the trenches being subjected to enemy shelling, the 7th Leicesters received intensive training in bombing, Lewis gunnery, visual signalling and a host of other activities. In April 1916 they were moved to the Doullens area and formed working parties to cut down trees and prepare brushwood for the front line as well as preparing the support trenches in the area. In May they worked on building a new railway line between Le Bret and Bienvillers-au-Bois.
Towards the end of May the battalion returned to the trenches in the Bienvillers-Bailleulmont area. At the beginning of July, the 7th Battalion moved on to the Somme. They were at Fricourt on July 13 and at Mametz Wood and in the attack on Bazentin-le-Petit on July 14.
After Bazentin the battalion moved north to the trenches near Arras, supposedly for post-battle recuperation. On August 29 John was one of a working party detailed to excavate chalk pits near the village of Duisans west of Arras. When heavy showers interrupted their work, John and two other men took shelter from the rain under a chalk outcrop.
The overhang unfortunately collapsed on the three men and buried them in chalk rubble. Two of the men were rescued but John s neck was broken and he could not be saved. A verdict of accidental death was returned at the Court of Enquiry on August 30.
John was aged 50 when he died. He is buried in Duisans British Cemetery Grave VII. C. 41. His two sons survived the war.
William Ernest Powell was born in Walthamstow, Essex, in 1897, the son of William Henry Powell and his wife Florence Ada. In 1901 the family was living at 14 North Road, Walthamstow, and William Ernest s father was a stationer s bookkeeper.
William Ernest s father died in 1904, aged 29. By 1911, Florence Ada Powell was earning her living as a monthly nurse. She and a daughter Elsie Florence, aged 7, were resident in the Turner household at 86 Shernhall Street in Walthamstow.
William Ernest, meanwhile, was with his grandparents Henry and Mary Ann Ganderton at 46 Barrett Road, Walthamstow. Aged 14, he had left school. William Ernest s mother subsequently moved with William Ernest and his sister Elsie to 2 Russell Street, Loughborough. When war broke out, William Ernest enlisted in London and joined the 12th (Service) Battalion of the King s Royal Rifle Corps as Rifleman R/13928.
The battalion proceeded to France on July 22, 1915, landing at Boulogne and the Division concentrating in the St. Omer area. The battalion then moved to the area of Fleurbaix for trench familiarisation. In September 1915 they were in the trenches south of Laventie, north-east of B thune.
In February 1916 William s battalion was in the front line trenches east of the Yser Canal. The battalion was in action at the Battle of Mount Sorrel in the Ypres Salient (June 2-14) in which the Division, along with the Canadians, recaptured the heights. In August 1916 they were in action again on the Somme in the Battle of Delville Wood (July 15 September 3).
William was killed in action, aged 19, on August 27, 1916.
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Here is a roll of honour of the British personnel who died on service during Operation Telic in Iraq:
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18431 Private COWAN 9th Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
18287 Private JOHN MAXWELL 10th Bn. Highland Light Infantry
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17170 Private JOHN ALFRED HENDERSON “D” Coy. 8th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment
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40837 Gunner EDWARD ALBERT MOORES 78th Bde. Royal Field Artillery
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151548 Private PETER BROWN 79th Bn. Canadian Infantry
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511079 Driver LACEY Canadian Army Service Corps
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835365 Private HARRY SPICER 146th Bn. Canadian Infantry
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487281 Lance Corporal WILLIAM SYDNEY RICE 5th University Coy. Canadian Infantry
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1792 Private MURRAY 3rd Regt. South African Infantry
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290 Rifleman ARMSTRONG 19th Bn. Rifle Brigade
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1689 Private WALTER CHARLES EDWARD CONNELLY 4th Bn. Essex Regiment
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244 Sepoy FAZL KHAN 1st Bn. 33rd Punjabis
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1139 Driver HARRY BALDWIN 1st East Lancs Bde. Royal Field Artillery
8813 Private SANDERSON 1st/6th Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers
9653 Lance Corporal HENRY TEES “G” Coy. 4th Bn. Worcestershire Regiment
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1179 Private McCAFFERTY 10th Bn. Highland Light Infantry
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3/3589 Private BOOTH 9th Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Lieutenant Colonel FRANCIS EDWARD LLOYD DANIELL (D S O) Seaforth Highlanders
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9531 Private ROBINSON 9th Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
14447 Private SANDERSON 9th Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
24364 Private LEONARD SIDDALL 9th Bn. King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
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2649 Private ERNEST ALLSOPP 10th Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment
88758 Sapper JOHN MILLAR 205th Field Coy. Royal Engineers
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96909 Sapper ALFRED BIRCHALL 175th Field Coy. Royal Engineers
25334 Serjeant FREDERICK GRAY 6th T.M. Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery
18334 Gunner WILLIAM THOMAS HUMPHRISS 6th T.M. Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery
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R/9048 Rifleman HAND 13th Bn. King’s Royal Rifle Corps
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G/228 Private SIDNEY BIGGS 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
16105 Private FRANCIS 9th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
GSSR/127 Serjeant FREDERICK STEPHEN MICHAEL GILLHAM 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
787 Private KINGHAM 9th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
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13328 Private CHAPMAN 13th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
5763 Private NATHANIEL BAILEY RINGE 2nd Bn. Suffolk Regiment
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19241 Private FORD 1st Bn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry
R/8730 Rifleman KIDDY 7th Bn. King’s Royal Rifle Corps
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9995 Private GARWOOD 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment
6505 Private JOSEPH JACKSON LAYBOURNE 1st Bn. Middlesex Regiment
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15058 Corporal KNIGHT 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
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19735 Private FARNELL 8th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment
941 Private FRANKLIN Army Service Corps (Canteens)
13/21007 Private HARLAND 10th Bn. West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)
20230 Private HERBERT HARRY SEATON 2nd Bn. Suffolk Regiment
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19842 Private PROTHEROE 13th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
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7127 Private HENRY CAMPBELL 11th Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
46369 Sapper EDGLEY 70th Field Coy. Royal Engineers
16287 Private SMITH 8th Bn. Royal Berkshire Regiment
13319 Private UPTON 1st Bn. South Wales Borderers
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25544 Private ROBERTS 17th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
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9292 Gunner HAROLD HENRY PEARCE 72nd Bde. Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery
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G/6044 Private SAMUEL BROOKS 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
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Captain ARTHUR FRANK HENTY 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
8729 Private CHARLES HOAD “B” Coy. 9th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
G/613 Lance Corporal JAMES BRADLEY HODKISON 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
Second Lieutenant DUNCAN McPHERSON STUDDERT HOLMES 9th Bn. Cheshire Regiment
L/10187 Serjeant JAMES KEEGAN (D C M) 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
G/9133 Private HENRY JOSEPH KIMBER 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
L/10187 Serjeant JAMES KING ALIAS
12431 Private CHARLES WILLIAM LAMBERT 9th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
4122 Private EDWARD LAVIN 6th Bn. Connaught Rangers
L/11947 Company Serjeant Major THOMAS HENRY VICTOR LEWIS “B” Coy. 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
G/10912 Private WILLIAM J. LOVE 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
2248 Private THOMAS MALLON 6th Bn. Connaught Rangers
L/9982 Private HAROLD SALES MARTIN 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
Second Lieutenant ERIC ALFRED MONTESOLE 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
G/268 Serjeant THOMAS EDWARD MOORHOUSE (D C M) 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
L/12291 Private JOHN MURPHY 9th Bn. Royal Fusiliers
G/8983 Private DANIEL O’BRIEN 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
60731 Gunner GEORGE THOMAS OSBORNE “Y” 12th T.M. Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery
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G/381 Private ARTHUR PRYKE 11th Bn. Middlesex Regiment
G/4195 Private WILLIAM RODGERS 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
L/10244 Lance Corporal EDWARD THOMAS ROGERS 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
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G/104 Private FRANK SKINNER 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
Lieutenant RONALD GRAHAM WELLS 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
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4347 Private CORBETT 6th Bn. Connaught Rangers
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25463 Private DOUTHWAITE 15th Bn. Royal Scots
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31711 Private LINTHWAITE 9th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
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24037 Private NANCARROW 14th Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment
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727 Private GRENDER 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
12294 Private SIDNEY KENT 7th Bn. Suffolk Regiment
16393 Gunner HENRY JAMES MILLER “D” Bty. 72nd Bde. Royal Field Artillery
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660 Private ANDREW GEORGE WATTS 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
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11325 Lance Corporal BASIL VIVIAN HATTON 6th Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment
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11237 Private JOSEPH SHERATT 6th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment
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9928 Private ELKINS 1st Bn. Hampshire Regiment
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SE/9012 Private JONES 14th Veterinary Hosp. Army Veterinary Corps
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1771 Private GIBLIN 2nd Bn. Manchester Regiment
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17433 Private JOHN MORGAN 19th Bn. The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)
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70196 Driver ROBERT STEPHAN BURTON 7th Divisional Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery
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8965 Lance Corporal McILWRATH 1st Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
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3001 Private CLAUD EDWARD FREER RAWSON 1st/6th Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment
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3560 Gunner DWYER 86th T.M. Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery
2022 Private RICHARD MACPHERSON 6th Bn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
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14466 Lance Corporal EADE 11th Bn. Welsh Regiment
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TF/1355 Private HORACE MOLICK 2nd/6th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment
India: DELHI MEMORIAL (INDIA GATE) (1)
2205 Sepoy DAYA RAM 1st Bn. 91st Punjabis (Light Infantry)
India: WELLINGTON GARRISON CEMETERY (1)
3755 Private ELFORD 2nd/4th Bn. Somerset Light Infantry
Iraq: BASRA MEMORIAL (29)
7600 Serjeant PERCY EVERTON STEPHEN ATTRILL 2nd Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment
2309 Private BABAJI PAWAR 1st Bn. 103rd Mahratta Light Infantry
1927 Rifleman BHARATMAN RAI Assam Armyrats © Military Police
Ahmednagar/62 Follower CHAMMAN BALLARAM Supply and Transport Corps
3191 Rifleman CHUNNA RAM 104th Wellesley’s Rifles
14166 Private SAMUEL CLARKE 2nd Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment
3008 Sepoy DATTARAM NAIK 105th Mahratta Light Infantry
3394 Rifleman DES RAM Burma Armyrats © Military Police
37030 Private PHILIP DUNFORD 1st Bn. Manchester Regiment
3323 Lance Naik DURGA CHARN 86th Carnatic Infantry
Lahore/170 Driver FAQIRA 3rd. Mule Corps
2100 Lance Naik HARNAM SINGH 1st Bn. 89th Punjabis
Follower ISARI 22nd Punjabis
4157 Private KESHO SAVANT 1st Bn. 103rd Mahratta Light Infantry
3275 Sepoy LABH SINGH 36th Sikhs
2313 Sepoy LILA SINGH 1st Bn. 2nd Queen Victoria’s Own Rajput Light Infantry
2629 Lance Naik MAMRAJ RAM 104th Wellesley’s Rifles
5080 Sepoy MANOHAR 1st Bn. 113th Indian Infantry
4985 Lance Naik MOHAR 1st Bn. 67th Punjabis
3415 Rifleman MUHAMMAD KHAN 104th Wellesley’s Rifles
Follower NANHE 1st Bn. 48th Indian Pioneers
1099 Sepoy NUR DIN 24th Punjabis
1698 Sepoy PATRAM SINGH 16th Rajputs (Lucknow Regiment)
2727 Havildar PIRA RAM 104th Wellesley’s Rifles
1312 Driver RAM SINGH Bharatpur (Imperial Service) Transport Corps
4009 Private SADASHIV JADHAV 1st Bn. 103rd Mahratta Light Infantry
14222 Private ALBERT JAMES SAMMELS 2nd Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment
1754 Sepoy SHAM SINGH 16th Rajputs (Lucknow Regiment)
2983 Private YESHWANT PADWAL 1st Bn. 103rd Mahratta Light Infantry
Italy: BARI WAR CEMETERY (1)
7739DA Deck Hand CLIFFORD ARTHUR BURGESS H.M. Drifter Hastings Castle. Royal Naval Reserve
Jamaica: KINGSTON (UP PARK CAMP) MEMORIAL NO.1 (1)
2527 Stoker DAVID BRUCE GORDON H.M.A.S. “Sydney” Royal Australian Navy
Jamaica: KINGSTON (UP PARK CAMP) Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
12087 Serjeant PONSONBY Royal Garrison Artillery
United Kingdom: Channel Islands ST. MARTIN CHURCHYARD, JERSEY (1)
6971 Private PAYN 1st Regt. South African Infantry
United Kingdom: Devon PLYMOUTH (FORD PARK) CEMETERY (1)
SS/6704 Ordinary Seaman McHUGH H.M.S. “Vivid.” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Devon PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL (3)
4635TS Trimmer JAMES BROWN H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
873ES Engineman THOMAS GRIFFITHS H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
4473TS Trimmer NELSON VICTORY LARGE H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
United Kingdom: Durham CONSETT BLACKHILL AND BLACKHILL OLD CEMETERY (1)
735 Private PARKER 18th Bn. Durham Light Infantry
United Kingdom: Durham STOCKTON-ON-TEES (OXBRIDGE LANE) CEMETERY (1)
12195 Private REGINALD HALL 3rd Bn. Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment)
United Kingdom: Edinburgh EDINBURGH (PIERSHILL) CEMETERY (1)
2609 Colour Serjeant ALFRED HARDING 6th Bn. Royal Scots
United Kingdom: Flintshire BANGOR MONACHORUM (ST. DUNAWD) CHURCHYARD (1)
7658 Private DODD 2nd Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
United Kingdom: Glamorganshire MOUNTAIN ASH (MAESYRARIAN) CEMETERY (1)
407 Driver EVAN DAVIES 3rd/1st Glam. Field Coy. Royal Engineers
United Kingdom: Hampshire PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL (4)
617ST Trimmer THOMAS HUNT H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
547V Stoker DAVID JONES H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
149649 Able Seaman WILLIAM HENRY THOMAS H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Navy
713SD Deck Hand ROBERT TOD H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
United Kingdom: Kent CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL (6)
8918DA Deck Hand SAMUEL BARKHAM H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
3906DA Deck Hand WILLIAM JAMES BENTLEY H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
1720DA Deck Hand PERCY BESSANT H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
1256DA Deck Hand GEORGE WILLIAM GORDON H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
1855DA Deck Hand HENRY JOHN MACKAY H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
Skipper GEORGE WEST H.M. Trawler “Flicker.” Royal Naval Reserve
United Kingdom: Kent DEAL CEMETERY (1)
CH/3830 Colour Serjeant ELLINGHAM Royal Marine Light Infantry
United Kingdom: Kent DOVER (ST. JAMES’S) CEMETERY (2)
PO/4490 Serjeant JAMES KEEFE H.M.S. Alcantara Royal Marine Light Infantry
3541/C Ordinary Seaman DONALD MORRISON H.M. Trawler, Flicker Royal Naval Reserve
United Kingdom: Kent SHORNCLIFFE Armyrats © MILITARY CEMETERY (1)
171051 Private STEPHEN CARR 83rd Bn. Canadian Infantry
United Kingdom: Lancashire PRESTON (NEW HALL LANE) CEMETERY (1)
26566 Private WILLIAM DAGGERS 3rd Bn. Cheshire Regiment
United Kingdom: London GREENWICH CEMETERY (2)
L/8409 Corporal KNIVETT 1st Bn. Royal Fusiliers
87093 Driver ALBERT ALFRED ROPER 19th Reserve Bty. Royal Field Artillery
United Kingdom: London KENSAL GREEN (ST. MARY’S) ROMAN CATHOLIC CEMETERY (1)
11122 Private WILLIAM JOHN LEEDHAM 11th Bn. The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
United Kingdom: London PUTNEY VALE CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM (1)
AA/2534 Able Seaman WILLIAM CHARLES BAMSEY Anti-Aircraft Sect. H.M.S. “President.” Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
United Kingdom: Middlesex ST. PANCRAS CEMETERY (1)
22070 Private EDWARD JAMES TAYLOR 20th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers
United Kingdom: Monmouthshire NEWPORT (ST. WOOLOS) CEMETERY (1)
2109/ST Trimmer DRISCOLL H.M.S. “Vivid.” Royal Naval Reserve
United Kingdom: Northamptonshire EARLS BARTON CEMETERY (1)
22655 Private JOHNSON 3rd Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment
United Kingdom: Orkney LYNESS ROYAL NAVAL CEMETERY (1)
M/8648(Dev) Engine Room Artificer 4th Class ARTHUR GORDON SAMUEL H.M.S. “Benbow.” Royal Navy
United Kingdom: Perthshire PERTH (WELLSHILL) CEMETERY (1)
2790 Private IAN MCNAUGHTON PILKINGTON 2nd/6th Bn. Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
United Kingdom: Shropshire LAWLEY (ST. JOHN) CHURCHYARD (1)
8130 Air Mechanic 2nd Class HAROLD JOHN MASON Royal Flying Corps
United Kingdom: Suffolk BARKING (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD (1)
5298 Private JOHN ALBERT ROSHER 11th Bn. East Surrey Regiment
United Kingdom: Westmorland KIRKBY STEPHEN CEMETERY (1)
4693 Rifleman MOFFATT 8th Bn. London Regiment (Post Office Rifles)
United Kingdom: Yorkshire BROTTON CHURCH CEMETERY (1)
99427 Gunner ARTHUR BENNISON Royal Field Artillery
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