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T4/092078 Driver

John Edgar

Army Service Corps, attd. 8th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps.



Remembered by his granddaughters Janette Robertson and Ann Jones who wish they had known him



Kirkee 1914-1918 Memorial


13/876 Private

Ebenezer Ellington
13th Bn, East Yorkshire Regiment (Hull Pals, 'T'others')
Died 13/11/1916, aged 39.


Husband of M. Ellington, of 8, Norfolk Terrace, Russell Place, Norfolk St., Hull.


(Killed during the Battle of the Somme)


Remembered with pride
Great grand-daughter Anya and Great-Great Grand-daughters Rhianne & Erin Whincup

Queens Cemetery, Puisieux




400200 Private

R. M. Ellis

5th Field Ambulance

Canadian Army Medical Corps



Remembered by his niece Joyce Catherine Johnson nee Ellis and his great niece Jean Taylor Emberton nee Ellis


Ecoivres Military Cemetery


9105 Private

John William Thomas Emery

1st Bn. Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry

15/04/1918, aged 28.


Son of John and Mary Emery, of 127 Bordesley Park Road, Small Heath, Birmingham

(Native of Bristol)


Remembered with Honour by his nephew Michael Emery of Hall Green, Birmingham


Aire Communal Cemetery



TF/202907 Private

Moses Smith Enderby

4th Bn. Middlesex Regiment

23rd April 1917, aged 41.

Panel 7


Son of Smith Enderby and Wheldale Veall of Burgh Le Marsh, Lincolnshire

Husband of Ethel Grace Enderby (nee Rogerson) of 27 Stanley Road, Hounslow

Father of Richard, a little boy who sadly died in December 1918, aged 4.

Remembered with Honour by Claire King


Arras Memorial






13505 Serjeant

Henry (Harry) Evans

11th Bn., Essex Regiment

14/03/1916 aged 30.


Son of David & Jane Evans of Ringmer, Sussex.
Remembered by great nieces Wendy Green & Karen Green
 (granddaughters of his sister Elizabeth)



Potijze Burial Ground



40059 Private

Leonard Horace Evans

11th Bn. Essex Regiment

28/12/1916, aged 35.


Son of Tomas and Ann Evans of Foxearth, Essex


Remembered by great niece, Juliet Keel


Bethune Town Cemetery









26427 Private

Michael Fahey

1st Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment)



Remembered by great granddaughter, Denise Hitchen


Cambrin Military Cemetery



186666 Sapper

James Fern

529th (East Riding) Coy. Royal Engineers

17/06/1918, aged 31.


Son of Mary and the late Michael Fern, of 39, Belville St., Greenock.


Remembered by great nieces Norma Wade and Eleanor Mahon


Sandpits British Cemetery






52505 Gunner

Richard Thomas Fewings

"D" Battery, 251st Bde.

Royal Field Artillery

18/04/1918, aged 29.


Remembered by one of your nine grandchildren, Christopher Palmer


Chocques Military Cemetery


5817 Lance Corporal

William J. Finnes

2nd Bn. Royal Berkshire Regiment

11/03/1915, aged 32.


Not known but found by his Grandson Keith Grover, now remembered


Merville Communal Cemetery



2900 Private

Alfred William Ford

55th Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

Killed in action 01/09/1918, aged 21.


"Gone but not forgotten"


 Remembered by

Jennifer Barry-Cotter

Péronne Communal Cemetery and Extension





67214 Serjeant

Albert Edward Forrester

"B" Battery, 112th Bde,

Royal Field Artillery



Remembered by nephew, Ted Forrester


Doingt Communal Cemetery Extension


2nd Lieutenant George William Franklyn
"C"  Coy. 23rd Bn.  London Regiment
07/06/1917,  aged 32.

Son of George William Franklyn of Hornchurch,

Remembered with honour by Matthew Abel

Hooge Crater Cemetery






22228 Private

Arthur John Gabb

1st Bn. South Wales Borderers

15/09/1918, aged 29.


Brother of Kathleen Gabb, uncle to Kathleen, Mary, Helen and Janet Bateman, Great Uncle to Kate and William Stephens and Great-Great uncle to Arthur Painter (born 30/11/2006).


Remembered with honour by Kate Painter


Vadencourt British Cemetery





29562 Private

Frederick Gardiner

2nd/6th Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment

01/04/1918, aged 35.


Remembered by great nephew, Eddie Gardiner



Pozieres Memorial



17153 Private

Harry Gardiner

13th Bn. Cheshire Regiment



Son of William and Sarah Gardiner of Hollingsworth, Cheshire


Not forgotten by great nephew, Eddie Gardiner


Blighty Valley Cemetery


35402 Private

Harry Gardiner

14th Bn. Manchester Regiment,

Transferred to Private 432241, Labour Corps.

16/04/1919, aged 29.


Son of William and Susanah Gardiner, of Haughton Green, Denton.


Remembered by great nephew Eddie Gardiner


Haughton (St. Mary) Churchyard



6979395 Lance Corporal

John James Gilchrist

1st Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

18/08/1943, aged 23.


Son of  Samuel & Bridget Gilchrist, Killeter, Castlederg. County Tyrone. Northern Ireland


Remembered by his cousin, Eileen Moss

Delhi War Cemetery





2960 Lance Corporal

Horace Edwin Gordon

1st/6th Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment

28/07/1916, aged 28.


Remembered by

 great nephew,  Malcolm Gordon

Caudry Old Communal Cemetery


14729 Rifleman

Hedley William Brownrigg Graham

10th Bn. Royal Irish Rifles

22/12/1915, aged 22.


Son of Wesley Graham, of 66, Melrose St., Belfast.


Remembered by Hedley Graham Millington his nephew


Mailly-Maillet Communal Cemetery Extension



Mersey Z/389 Able Seaman

Thomas Nelson Graham

Nelson Bn. R. N. Division

Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve




Remembered by Robbie Roberts



Flesquieres Hill British Cemetery



38369 Private

Richard Arthur Grantham

8th Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment

Died of wounds on 28th November 1917, aged 39.

Plot I. Q. 11.


(Age on CWGC headstone states 42 years which is incorrect)


Husband of Mrs. T. Vessey (formerly Grantham), of Westgate, Hornsea, Hull.


Remembered by his Grandson Michael Grantham


Achiet-le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension





242895 Rifleman

Joseph Greatorex

1st/5th Bn. South Lancashire Regiment

04/06/1917, aged 27.


Son of Agnes Greatorex, of 44, Meadow Street, Moss Side, Manchester.

Remembered by Frederick Brian Greatorex, great nephew

Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery







316875 Private

John Green

2nd Bn. Devonshire Regiment

01/07/1916, aged 20.

Son of William Green and Lilian Hunter


Remembered by Brenda Keer


Thiepval Memorial





95817 Lance Corporal

William Henry Hall

176th Tunnelling Company

Royal Engineers



Submitted by Amanda Brubaker and remembered with love and pride by all his family.  You will never be forgotten.


La Targette British Cemetery



1416475 Warrant Officer Class I

Henry Charles Hambly

Indian Army Corps of Clerks

Sub Condr



Remembered by his niece Lee Robinson


Naples War Cemetery






3/31084 Private

James Hamilton

1st Bn. Cameron Highlanders

18/04/1918, aged 20


Remembered with honour by his nieces, Mary, Rena and Betty



Loos Memorial


41919 Private

Albert James Hannay

1st Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

9th May 1918, aged 30.

Plot II. C. 21.


Died of his wounds at the no 10 clearing station, Arneke.

Son of John and Mary Jane Hannay, Maxwelltown, Dumfriesshire.


Husband of Jane Dickson Kirkpatrick Hannay, of 25, College St., Maxwelltown, Dumfriesshire.


Remembered by his Great Niece Pauline Nairn.


Arneke British Cemetery






2063178 Gunner

Allan Herbert Hartshorn

321st Bn. 93rd Light Anti Aircraft Regiment.

10/06/1944, aged 22.


Son of George and Dorothy Hartshorn, husband of Annie from Nitshill, Glasgow.


Remembered with honour by great nephew John Hartshorn


Bayeux War Cemetery



18345 Private

Sidney Hawkins

7th Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment

17/09/1915, aged 28.


Lived at Waters Cottage, East Common, Harpenden, Herts. 


Remembered by great, great nice, Lisa Thompson


Terlincthun British Cemetery


L/8356 Private

Frank Edward Heasman

2nd Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment

10th September 1914.

Special Memorial 4.


Remembered by Jim Type



Montreuil-aux-Lions British Cemetery


M2/074782 Private

Stephen Heathfield

39th Div. (M. T.) Company

Army Service Corps.


Remembered by

grandchildren R. F and L. S.  Stephens

Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension



R/38156 Rifleman

Timothy Hennessey

10th Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps.

10/04/1917, aged 35.


Son of James and Julia Hennessey, of London.


Remembered with pride by his family, submitted by Patricia Darcy

Bray Military Cemetery




L/14066 Driver

John Henry Hewitt

35th Div. Ammunition Column

Royal Field Artillery

08/08/1918, aged 36.


A Grandfather and Great Grandfather, forever in our thoughts


Godewaersvelde British Cemetery



830629 Driver

William Thomas Hogan, MM

33rd Bde. Royal Field Artillery

21/03/1918, aged 31.


Son of the late Thomas and Bridget Hogan; husband of Florence Gertrude Hogan, of 12, Habberley St., Kidderminster, Worcs.


Remembered by grand-daughter Barbara Box


Pozieres Memorial



3489 Lance Corporal

Walter Edward James Hood

4th Bn. Suffolk Regiment

14/05/1916, aged 17.


Son of Mr and Mrs E. S. Hood, Ipswich, Suffolk.

In 1912 at the age of thirteen Walter had bravely attempted to save the life of an Ipswich man from drowning, the local Press recorded that Walter was commended for his efforts by the Coroner and was awarded a purse of money. Suffolk Rgt records show Walter as having enlisted 1914, he was just 15. 

Remembered with Honour by his Nephew Derrick Palmer and Family. 

Remembered with honour by nephew, Derrick Palmer and great nephew, Stephen Palmer

Loos Memorial




M/222498 Private

Leonard Howard

363rd M. T. Coy.

Army Service Corps.

Attd. "V" Corps. Heavy Artillery



Remembered by Grandson, Peter Howard


Grevillers British Cemetery



24826 Private

William John Hoye

9 Bn. Welsh Regiment

25/09/1915 aged 22.


Son of William James Hoye and Susannah Hoye of Enfield, Middx


Husband of Alice Maud Hoye of

Chippenham, Wiltshire



Remembered with Pride and Honour by Stephen Hoye


Pont-du-Hem Military Cemetery



301032 Petty Officer Stoker

Frederick William Hoye

Royal Navy (Submarine E20)

05/11/1915 aged 31.


(Lost at sea around the Dardanelles and remembered on the Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton).


Son of Frederick James Hoye and Martha Jane Hoye nee Ayres of

Watford, Hertfordshire


Husband of Hilda Hoye nee Walker of

23 Fearnley St. Vicarage Road, Watford Hertfordshire


Remembered with Pride and Honour by Stephen Hoye


Portsmouth Naval Memorial




Second Lieutenant

Archibald Charles Hubbard

5th attd. 2nd Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps

08/11/1917, aged 25.


Son of Charles Boyce Hubbard and Jane Hubbard, of Bulawayo, Rhodesia, South Africa.


Remembered with honour by Barry Hubbard


Tyne Cot Memorial



5811 Private

Robert Charles Hughes

18th Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.



"Once we knew, we never forgot you"


Remembered by nephew Geoff Hughes and family




Namps-au-Val British Cemetery



59713 Private

Percy Humphries

1st / 7th Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers

17/08/1918, aged 19.


Son of the late John Thomas Humphries and Emma Humphries of 9 Gloucester Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent.

Remembered by his great nephew, Robert Harrison

Bertrancourt Military Cemetery




16390 Private
Alexander Hutchison
1st Bn. Royal Scots
24/04/1915 age 33.

Husband of Isabella McKenzie Hutchison
Bridgeton, Glasgow, UK

Remembered by Great granddaughter Catherine Bryce (nee Hutchison)

Oosttaverne Wood Cemetery







41077 Corporal

Frederick John Thomas Hutchinson

Royal Field Artillery, Y3rd Trench Mortar Bty.

 06/02/1917, aged 29.

Remembered by The Hutchinson Family

Bethune Town Cemetery




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