PIETA MILITARY CEMETERY

Pieta Military Cemetery is situated in Our Lady of Sorrows Street, (Triq Id Duluri) Pieta. It is one of four cemeteries on Malta that is under the care of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The others are Kalkara Naval Cemetery, Imtarfa Military Cemetery and Pembroke Military Cemetery. War graves can also be found in other cemeteries but these are under the control of the Maltese Department of Health.

Pieta contains graves from World War I and World War II, as well as those who died outside these war periods.

From World War I there are the graves of:

989 United Kingdom Soldiers
170 Australian Soldiers
61 New Zealand Soldiers
25 Men of the Royal Navy
10 Royal Marines
8 Men of the Royal Air Force
7 Men of the Indian Army
3 Men of the West Indian and British West Indian Regiments
2 Women of the Queen Alexandria’s Imperial Military Nursing Service, and one each from Territorial Force Nursing Service, Canadian Medical Unit, Royal Newfoundland Regiment, King’s Own Malta Regiment, Merchant Navy, Serbian Relief Fund, and Russian Labour Corps.

After the 1918 Armistice the remains of five men were brought from the Lazaretto Cemetery, two from Addolorata Cemetery and one from the Military Cemetery on Gozo. Fixed to the main inside wall is a memorial tablet to 13 Indian Soldiers and 7 men of the Indian Labour Corps, whose bodies were cremated at the Lazaretto Cemetery on Manoel Island during World War I.

From World War II there are the graves of:

135 of the British Forces
31 Men of the Malta Forces
14 Yugoslavs and 1 Civilian.
 

There was a cemetery at Mellieha for Yugoslavian Soldiers during WWII but it was later closed, and a memorial has been erected here in Pieta Military Cemetery.

 

 

 

 

A Presbyterian Cemetery located in the Hornworks, Floriana, had been in use for about ten years between 1840 and 1850, mainly for Scottish soldiers from the 42nd Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) and 92nd Gordon Highlanders. In 1965 the surviving cross and gravestones were taken to Pieta Military Cemetery.

An obelisk bearing the names of men from the 64th (2nd Staffordshire) Regiment, who died in Malta from 1867 to 1871, was brought to Pieta Military Cemetery from the disused Pembroke Barracks, when the area was being commercially developed.

Margaret ABBOTT, the wife of Staff-Sergeant J.H. Abbott, Royal Army Service Corps, died 24th July 1872

S.J. ABBOTT, Private, 2726, Essex Regiment, died 29th October 1915

W. ABBOTT, Private, 3536, 6th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 18th September 1915

Henry ACTON, Drummer, East Surrey Regiment, died 3rd August 1893

Hugh ADAIR, Trooper, 11/959, Wellington Mounted Rifles, N.Z.E.F., died 3rd October 1915, of enteric fever, aged 21 years. The son of Hugh and Mary Adair, of Spring Hill, Bangor, Co.Down, Ireland. Erected by his aunt, sister and brothers

F. ADAMS, Private, 11518, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 30th December 1915

Percy ADAMS, Private, 58506, 30 Coy, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 5th October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John Adams, of 29 Newburn Road, Tinsley, Sheffield

Rowland Scott ADAMS, Corporal, 215066, Eastern Mediterranean H.Q., Royal Air Force, died 6th October 1918, from pneumonia in St.Andrew’s Hospital. Aged 30 years, the son of John C. and R.S. Adams, and husband of Alice Elizabeth Adams

Walter ADAMS, Private, S/1746, East Lancashire Field Ambulance, Royal Army Service Corps, died 26th January 1916, from enteric fever, aged 31 years. The son of Walter Adams, of Yardley, Birmingham and husband of Ethel Adams, of 39 Elmes Road, Moordown, Bournemouth

Edward ADDY, Lieutenant, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died 18th August 1915, from sickness, aged 43 years. The son of Edward and Mary Ann Addy, and husband of Annie L.Addy, of 72 Magdalen Street, Colchester. Born Catfield, Norfolk

Franky AGIUS, Gunner, 41440, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 20th July 1942, aged 20 years. The son of George and Paula Agius, of Sliema

H. AIREY, Private, 17444, 6th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died 25th August 1915

William Ratcliffe AIREY, Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died 30th December 1882

Charles AKRILL, Private, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 23rd June 1895, aged 23 years

Willliam Nasau ALBERT, Private, 17896, 7th Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died 1st October 1915, from his wounds, aged 28 years. The son of William and Mary Albert, of Dublin, Ireland

E.J. ALBON, Sergeant, 1500, 5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, died 1st October 1915

R.E. ALCOCK, Captain, 99th (Malta Garrison) Coy, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 1st March 1917

Harry ALDRED, Colour-Sergeant, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, died 27th July 1904

Thomas Edgar ALEXANDER, 1186, Lance Corporal, 8th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 29th October 1915. The son of Caroline Sarah and Thomas Hinton Alexander, of Garretts Farm, Newport, Isle of Wight

William A. ALEXANDER, the son of Corporal J.Alexander, died 25th September 1887

William Andrew ALEXANDER, Private, 10/205, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died 23rd August 1915, from his wounds. Aged 24 years, the son of David and Martha Alexander, of West Gore, New Zealand.

M. ALLAN, Private, 1942, Cameron Highlanders, died 13th August 1893, aged 27 years 6 months

A. ALLEN, Lance Corporal, 8667, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 9th June 1915

Alice ALLEN, the daughter of Gunner A. Allen, died 9th September 1870

Alfred ALLEN, the son of Gunner A. Allen, died 9th September 1870

Bertie J. ALLEN, Gunner, 859409, 4 Coast Regiment, Royal Artilery, died 7th April 1942, aged 23 years

Charles ALLEN, Private, 7020, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 13th March 1895, aged 21 years, in a boating accident

Ernest George ALLEN, the son of Amelia and Sergeant Abraham Allen, Royal Artillery, died 28th February 1876, aged 6 years 11 months

Kathleen ALLEN, daughter of Sergeant Allen, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died 31st March 1920

Richard ALLEN, the son of Gunner A. Allen, died 25th August 1870

William Edwin ALLEN, Gunner, 1587348, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 25 years. The son of George William and May Allen, of Castle Donington, Leicestershire

Bernard Railton ALLISTON, Sergeant, 1551704, 276 Bty., 68 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 27 years

Gerald H. ALLSEBROOK, 1395, Private, 1st Clearing Hospital, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died from his wounds, 20th June 1915

Stephen ALLSOP, Gunner, 1432931, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 26th April 1942, aged 35 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Allsop. The husband of Dorothy Allsop, of Draycott, Nottinghamshire

G. ALLSOPP, 39292, Private, 35th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 17th December 1915

Alfred ALLWOOD, 2365, Private, 1st/8th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 14th June 1915, aged 25 years. The husband of Margaret Allwood of 11 Lord Street, Lower Ormond Street, Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester

George William ALWAY, 1116, Private, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 14th November 1915, aged 41 years

David Edward AMES, 1206, Private, B Coy, 5th Battalian, Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of sickness, 30th November 1915, aged 25 years. The son of John Thomas and Elizabeth Ames, of 4 Green Bank, Greenfield, Holywell, Flintshire

W.J. AMEY, Rifleman, 26770, 15th Battalion, The Rifle Brigade, attached to 816th Employment Coy., Labour Corps. Died of malaria, 23rd June 1918, aged 37 years. The son of Henry and Rachel Amey, of Stanstead, Essex, and husband of Annie Elizabeth Amey, of 18 Ethnard Road, Old Kent, Road, London

C.H. ANCRUM, AB, KX/493, R.N.V.R., Hood Battalion, R.N. Division, died 5th November 1915, aged 43 years. The husband of Alice Ancrum, of 48 Brabourne Street, Tyne Dock, South Shields

Agnes ANDERSON, the daughter of W.Anderson, died 27th April 1875

Andrew ANDERSON, Private, 5th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 25th May 1900, aged 22 years

Elizabeth Grace ANDERSON, the daughter of Gunner Anderson, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 13th April 1908

F. ANDERSON, 59208, Private, 30th (Malta Garrison) Company, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 11th March 1917

Florence ANDERSON, the daughter of Gunner Anderson, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 24th August 1908

Grace ANDERSON, the wife of Gunner Anderson, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 26th August 1908

James ANDERSON, the son of Gunner Anderson, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 24th August 1908

Robert Charles ANDERSON, 2350, Private, 1st/6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Died of dysentery, 16th November 1915, aged 32 years. The husband of H.E. Anderson, of 272 Stockport Road, Levenshulme, Manchester

R. ANDERSON, 22221, Private, 1st Battalion, The Border Regiment, died 26th March 1916

S.J. ANDERSON, 11767, Lance Corporal, 6th Battalion, The Border Regiment, died 13th September 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John and Jane Anderson, of 10 North Street, Annan, Dumfriesshire

William Watt ANDERSON, 153, Private, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery, 30th October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of R.J. and Helen Anderson, of Dundee

J. ANDREWS, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, died 29th October 1885, aged 33 years

Robert ANDREWS, Bombardier, 1073436, 7 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 37 years. The son of Hedley and Margaret Andrews. The husband of Mildred Bessie Andrews, of Ampfield, Hampshire

William Edwin ANDREWS, 1014, Private, West Somerset Yeomanry. Died of dysentery, 19th November 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Walter and Mary Ann Andrews, of Stringston, Holford, Bridgwater

Hubert Percy ANNING, 1492, Sergeant, Royal East Kent Yeomanry, died of sickness, 28th November 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Owen Hubert Charles and Fanny May Anning, of 23 Hale Gardens, West Acton, London. Born at Brook Green, Hammersmith

R.J. ANSELL, Corporal, Army Hospital Corps, died 15th March 1891

Thomas ANSLOW, Private, 2236, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died ……..…..1891

P.W. ARBON, 2069, Private, 1st/5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, died 26th September 1915

H. ARCHER, Lance-Corporal, Royal Scots, died 12th August 1891

Lillian M. ARCHER, the daughter of Company Sergeant-Major H. Archer, died 12th September 1887

R. ARCHER, Private, 2nd Battalion, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died 27th January 1903, aged 29 years

W. ARCHER, 5766, Private, 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, died 4th November 1915

George Alfred ARCHIBALD, 558, Private, 28th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 3rd October 1915

Robert Vernon ARMSTRONG, Trooper, 7/1328, Canterbury M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 12th December 1915, aged 24 years. The son of George and Mary Jane Armstrong, of Balguerie Street, Akaroa, New Zealand

Ronald ARNOLD, 6/883, Private, Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died 18th September 1915, from sickness, aged 32 years. The husband of Florence Emily Arnold, of 18 Beaconsfield Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire

Master Gunner ARTHUR, Royal Artillery, died 29th October 1878, aged 26 years, the husband of Caroline Stacey

G.H. ASH, 1286, Rifleman, 1st/8th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died 2nd October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of George Ash, of Newport, Isle of Wight

Anne Parkes ASHBY, the wife of Sergeant R. Ashley, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, died 30th April 1898, aged 31 years

Ivan Frederick ASHDOWN, 142183, Driver, XII Corps H.Q. Signals, Royal Engineers. Died 13th December 1916, aged 28 years. The son of Thomas Isaac and Jane Maria Ashdown, of North Street, Biddenden, Kent.

C. ASHFORD, Private, 10437, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 9th December 1915

J.H. ASHFORTH, Sergeant, 3170, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 3rd September 1905, aged 32 years. Erected by his brother Harry

A. ASHTON, Private, 2095, 7th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 20th August 1915

Eliza ASHTON, the wife of Staff Sergeant J. Ashton, Royal Engineers, died 26th March 1899, aged 28 years

H. ASHTON, Private, SS/21281, 29th Labour Company, Royal Army Service Corps, died 7th September 1916

G. ATKINSON, Private, 11609, 1st Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died 5th December 1915

P. ATTARD, Bombardier, 4290, 2 HAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 8th May 1942, aged 32 years. The son of Carmel and Antonia Attard, and the husband of Manuela Attard, all of Zebbug

A. ATTERBURY, Private, 15439, 7th Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, died 9th November 1915

A.E. AUKETT, Bandsman, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died 7th January 1903, aged 19 years 11 months

G.S. AUSTIN, Private, 9405, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 30th September 1902. Died at sea

William AYLES, Bandsman, 1st Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 29th August 1892

John William AYRE, 2977, Private, 1st/4th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. Died 4th September 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Storey Oliver Ayre, of 160 Argyle Street, South Birkenhead. Born in Sunderland.

C.J. AYRES, 14175, Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 11th June 1915. The son of Mrs. A.E. Ayres, of 135 Bolls Lane, South Acton, London

Charles AZZOPARDI, Private, 50874, 10th Battalion, The King’s Own Malta Regiment, died 9th July 1942, aged 20 years. The son of John and Mary Azzopardi (nee Vella), of Gozo

J. BAILEY, Lance Corporal, 3464, 1st/7th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 25th March 1916

J.R. BAILEY, Private, 15018, 12th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 16th October 1918

William BAILEY, 14285, Private, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 19th October 1915, aged 29 years. The son of James and Lucy Bailey, of Elswick Farm, Mellor, and husband of Sarah Bailey, of Church Cottage, East Marton, Skipton, Yorkshire

William E. BAILEY, the son of Sergeant W.T. Bailey, died 25th June 1882

Harriet Elizabeth BAILEY, the daughter of Elizabeth and Corporal Thomas Bailley, 101st Fusiliers, died 17th April 1876, aged 5 years 6 months

Wilfred BAINES, Gunner, 1446189, 190 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery (6th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment), died 7th April 1942, aged 33 years. The son of Benjamin and Florence Baines, of Coseley, Staffordshire

A. BAKER, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, died 17th February 1894

A.T. BAKER, 584, Private, 5th Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment, died 2nd October 1915

G. BAKER, Private, 16021, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 13th November 1915

W. BAKER, Private, 15850, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 29th December 1915

William BAKER, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 12th December 1884, aged 30 years

William BAKER, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 14th November 1902, aged 20 years 9 months

Anthony BALDACCHINO, Private, 51621, 1st Battalion, The King’s Own Malta Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 24 years. The son of Mary Anne Baldacchino, of Qormi

Frances BALDACCHINO, Gunner, 10774, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 20th July 1942, aged 21 years. The son of Joseph and Theresa Baldacchino, of Qormi

G. BALDOCK, Private, 10427, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 17th October 1915

A. BALL, Private, 20321, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 14th January 1916

F. BALL, Private, SS/21307, 29th Labour Company, Royal Army Service Corps, died 31st July 1916

G. BALL, Private, 12704, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 10th September 1915

Thomas BALL, Private, 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 1st January 1893, aged 34 years

Alfred E. BALSDON, Quartermaster-Sergeant, Royal Army Pay Corps, born 9th August 1878, died 1st August 1928. He left a widow

E. BANKS, Private, 7590, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 4th July 1896, aged 22 years

Wilfred A. BARBER, the son of Edward Barber, died 23rd February 1885

W.A. BARKER, Private, 27072, 11th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 10th January 1917

George BARNDEN, Private, 1315, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 21st October 1890

George Frederick BARNES, Gunner, 1597309, 190 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery (6th Battalion, The Royal Warwickshire Regiment), died 7th April 1942, aged 28 years. The son of Mr. amd Mrs. E.G. Barnes, of Stoke-on-Trent. The husband of Annie Barnes of Stoke-on-Trent

Henry BARNES, Driver, 1st Royal Artillery, died 2nd September 1878, aged 27 years

Patrick Bernard BARNETT (served as BENNETT) Private, 1724, Bugler, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds received in action, 27th September 1915, aged 18 years 10 months. The son of Charles Bernard and Kathleen Josephine Barnett, of 87 Addison Road, Hove, Sussex. Born in London

Christina Ann BARR, the daughter of Christina and Colour-Sergeant David Barr, died 21st August 1873, aged 10 months 16 days

John BARR, the son of Christina and Colour-Sergeant David Barr, died 13th May 1875, aged 5 years

John Edward BARRATT, Gunner, 1597308, 190 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery (6th Battalion The Royal Warwickshire Regiment), died 7th April 1942, aged 30 years. The son of John E. and Sarah Jane Barratt, of Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent

George BARRETT, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, died 9th August 1897. 4th Mountain Battery, died from sickness incurred during the period the Battery was serving with the Cretan International Force 1897

Henry BARRETT, Gunner, 1676181, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 2nd May 1942, aged 35 years. The son of Charles H. and Mary Barrett, of Burnley, Lancashire

Alexander BARRIE, Private, 1117, 28th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 10th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John and Margaret Barrie, of 8 York Terrace , Shettleston, Glasgow. Born at Parkhead, Glasgow

George BARRIE, Lance-Corporal, 5692, Cameron Highlanders, died 14th August 1903

F. BARTLETT, Sapper, 12686, 28th Fortress Company, Royal Engineers. Mentioned in Despatches, Serbian Gold Medal. Died 20th October 1916, aged 34 years, the son of Mrs. E. Bartlett, of 26 Bath Street, Weymouth

H. BARTLETT, Private, 9114, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 21st September 1907

A. BARTON, Private, 904, 1st/6th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 9th September 1915

T. BARTON, Private, 6647, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 17th February 1901, aged 22 years

W. BASELEY, Private, PO/764 (S), Royal Marines Light Infantry, Portsmouth Battalion, R.N. Division, died 1st October 1915

John Henry BATCHELOR, the son of J.H. Batchelor, died 12th March 1887

G. BATEMAN, Private, 17974, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died 15th November 1915, aged 19 years, the son of Alfred and Lily Ann Bateman, of Cliff Farm, Marston, Grantham

W. BATSFORD, Private, 51156, 1st Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 15th October 1918, aged 33 years. The son of Thomas and Catherine Batsford, of 2 Laburnum Terrace, Alum Rock Road, Saltley, Birmingham

James H. BATTY, Sergeant, Army Hospital Corps, died 30th January 1872

M. BAUGH, Private, 2432, 1st/8th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 26th August 1915

C. BAXTER, Private, 6191, 6th Battalion, Lancashire Regiment, died 11th August 1915

Percy Robert BAXTER, Private, 1723, 4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died 15th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Robert and Mary Ann Baxter, of Park Lane, Old Buckenham, Attleborough, Norfolk

Phyliss BAYLISS, the daughter of Master Gunner T.B. Bayliss, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 26th January 1918. Born 24th February 1915

Charles BEAK, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 2nd June 1894, aged 27 years, by drowning

E.J. BEAR, Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 9th October 1899, aged 33 years

Helen BEATTIE, the daughter of Minnie and David Beattie, died 30th June 1877, aged 1 year 3 months

William BEAUMONT, Gunner, North Irish, died 17th February 1888

Maxwell Keith BEAVER, Private, 371, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 9th June 1915. The son of Edward William and Honorah Beaver. Born in Sydney, New South Wales

F. BECKETT, Private, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Regiment, died 10th July 1896, aged 21 years

Alfred Frederick BEDBROOK, Lance Corporal, 2888, 2nd/4th Battalion, the Queen’s Regiment. Died 8th October 1915, aged 26 years, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Bedbrook, of 12 Park Street, Camberley, Surrey

L. BEDDOWS, Private, 3670, 1st/8th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 17th November 1915

Joseph BEDENHAM, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, died 29th April 1870, aged 20 years

Percy William BEER, Sergeant, 1416603, Royal Army Service Corps, died 3rd October 1935

Tom BELL, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 1st January 1893

W.H. BELSHAW, Private, 2789, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Died 7th August 1915, aged 21 years, the son of Robert and Zilpah Belshaw, of 23 Culvert Street, Waterhead, Oldham, Lancashire

A. BENDELL, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 21st May 1878, aged 19 years

C.H. BENHAM, Major, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 8th November 1916

F. W. BENHAM, Private, 22200, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Died 15th December 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Thomas and Annie Benham of Burchetts Green, Maidenhead. Born at Tadley, Basingstoke, Hampshire

P. BENNETT, Lance-Corporal, 2521, 1st Battalion, Cameron Highlanders, died 1st August 1892, aged 20 years 2 months

P. B. BENNETT, 1724, Private, see BARNETT

Andrew John BERRY, Corporal, 487, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 11th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Archibald Campbell and Mary Jane Berry, of ‘Loch Lomond’, Saratoga, New South Wales. Born at Dubbo, New South Wales

George BERRY, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 8th July 1880, aged 38 years

James Robet BERRY, 14720, Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Died 11th November 1915, aged 25 years, the son of Daniel and Sarah Ann Berry, of 121 Lynton Road, Bermondsey, London

Tom BERRY, Gunner, 1734717, 223 Bty., 32 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 33 years

John BETHELL, the son of M.S. Bethell, Army Ordnance Corps, died 24th January 1909

H. BETTERIDGE, Private, 11043, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 8th October 1915

David Alexander BEVERIDGE, 2nd Lieutenant, HQ 54th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died at Valletta 13th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Mary Owst and Erskine Beveridge LLD, of Dunfermline

Robert BEWLEY, Private, 21659, 29th General Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 25th October 1917, aged 45 years. The son of Robert Mason and Alice Bewley, of St. Helens, Lancashire. The husband of Elizabeth Ann Bewley, of 1 East Ordsall Lane, Salford, Manchester

L.W.J. BIBBINGS, 113335, Driver, 172nd Brigade, Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 30th July 1917

J. BICKLE, Private, 18364, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 9th June 1915

T. BILLINGHAM, Sergeant, 1329, 2nd/1st East Anglian Field Company, Royal Engineers, died 25th November 1915. The husband of Ada Billingham, of 103 Tideswell Road, Eastbourne

George BINDLEY, Private, 4070

William John BIRDSALL, Trooper, 13/232, Auckland M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 22nd June 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John Bowden and Isabel Birdsall, of Whangateau, Rodney, New Zealand

T. BIRKETT, Sapper, 101699, 140th Army Troops Company, Royal Engineers, died 8th January 1919

Catherine BIRT, the wife of C.J. Birt, Royal Artillery, died 13th March 1878

Charles Edward BIRT, the son of C.J. Birt, Royal Artillery, died 7th March 1878

H. BISHOP, Private, 952, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 25th September 1907

W. BISHOP, Private, 2254, 1st/7th Battalion, Royal Scots, died 8th October 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Bishop, of 20 Acredale, Mid Street, Bathgate, West Lothian

D. BLACK, Bombardier, 1085, Argyll Mountain Bty, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 28th September 1915

T. BLACK, Private, 382, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 12th June 1915, aged 36 years. The son of William and Mary Black of Oldham. The husband of Laura Louisa Williams (formerly Black), of 25 Frankhill Street, Oldham

William BLACK, Sergeant, 1820, 1st Battalion, Cameron Highlanders, died 4th August 1892, aged 24 years 11 months

William BLACK, Private, 10/280, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F., died of enteric fever, 2nd October 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Black, of Spring Creek, Marton, New Zealand

C.H.E. BLACKBOURNE, Staff-Sergeant, 335, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 24th October 1916, aged 35 years. The son of C.H. and E. Blackbourne, of Middle Rasen, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire

William BLACKLOCK, 2nd Lieutenant, 11th Battalion, Black Watch, died 12th September 1916, aged 38 years. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Blacklock, of Dumfries

Harold Ernest R. BLACKWELL, Private, 186, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 23rd October 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Ernest Valentine and Janet Mary Blackwell, of ‘Alberta’, Archer Street, Chatswood, New South Wales. Born at Narrabri, New South Wales

Arthur BLAIN, Trooper, 541, 13th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 11th December 1915, aged 23 years. The son of John and Georgina Blain, of the Post Office, Kolora, Victoria, Australia

Herbert Samuel Penny BLAIR, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infanrry. Died of his wounds received at Salonika, 31st October 1916, age 26 years. The son of Dr. Charles S. and Bessie E. Blair, of 51 Sheen Road, Richmond, Surrey

S. BLANDFORD, Lance Corporal, 10289, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Died 22nd September 1915, aged 19 yers. The son of Mrs. B. Blandford of 7 Charlton, Ludwell, Shaftesbury, Dorset

Emma BLOOMFIELD, the wife of Company Sergeant-Major Bloomfield, died 18th September 1895

C. BLUNDRED, Private, 11320, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 1st November 1915

E.W. BLUNT, Sapper, 94999, 11th Signal Company, Royal Engineers, died 19th November 1915, aged 40 years. The husband of Rachel Mary Blunt, of ’Westbrook’, Royston, Hertfordshire

E.A. BOARDALL, Private, 13850, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Died 1st December 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Fred and Annie Boardall, of Glen Lea, Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire. Born in Halifax

William Moore Albert BODIAM, Lance Sergeant, 1866775, 24 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 4th May 1941, aged 29 years

William BOGGIS, Pioneer, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, died 19th December 1887, aged 40 years

G. BOLTON, 1445 E.S., Engineman, R.N.R. HMS Osiris, died 17th November 1915

R.W.L. BOND, the son of Sergeant Bond, Devonshire Regiment, died 20th July 1910

Thomas Newton BONNAR, 2nd Corporal, 50282, 85th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Died 18th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of the late Alexander and Elizabeth Bonnar, of Biggar, Lanarkshire

George Victor BONYNGE, the son of Conductor C. Bonynge, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, died 9th July 1928, aged 6 months

Peter Spencer BOON, Private, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 29th August 1895, aged 23 years 4 months, from fever

James Gilbert BOOTH, Gunner, 1734570, 223 Bty., 32 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 31 years. The husband of Sybil Booth, of Prestwich, Lancashire

P. BOOTH, Private, 24179, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 30th October 1915

R. Hutchinson BOOTH, Captain, 42nd East Lancashire Field Amb., Royal Army Service Corps, died 1st January 1916, aged 32 years, from wounds received at Gallipoli. From Turton, Bolton

William H. BOOTH, Private, 1866, 1st/6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Died 13th June 1915, aged 20 years. The son of William Henry Booth and the late Annie Booth, of 95 Bedford Street, Moss Side, Manchester

A. BOOTHMAN, Private, 61375, 30th Company, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 16th September 1915

W. BOREHAM, Gunner, 88209, L Bty, Royal Horse Artillery, died 10th October 1915

B. BORRELL, 2nd Corporal, 76269, Airline Sect., Royal Engineers, died 24th September 1915

Charles J. BOSWORTHICK, the son of Sergeant T. Bosworthick, died 6th February 1895

John Henry BOTHAM, Private, 19490, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died of malaria, 19th December 1916, aged 22 years. The son of Annie Botham, and the late John Botham, of 61 Church Lane, Rochester, Stafford

T.H. BOTT, Sapper, Royal Artillery, died 27th August 1923

BOTTOMLEY, a child of T. Bottomley, 3rd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 6th September 1910

J. BOULD, Private, 10808, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment. Died 21st October 1915, aged 27 years. The son of James and Sarah Bould, of 1a Whieldon Road, Stoke-on-Trent

William Samuel BOUTCHER, Private, 8994, B Coy, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 22nd March 1917, aged 21 years. The son of F.W. and M.E. Boutcher, of 16 Warfield Road, Hampton, Middlesex

G.S. BOWDEN, Private, 2274, C Coy, 1st/7th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 5th November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Joe and Elizabeth Maud Bowden, of 26 Elmfield Road, Davenport, Stockport

William Clarence BOWDEN, the son of Amy and Sergeant W. Bowden, Army Ordnance Corps, died 11th July 1905, aged 1 year

A. BOWE, C.S.M., 3/7778, 12th Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. Accidentally killed 25th July 1917, aged 44 years. The husband of Margaret Bowe, of 19 Charles Street, Kilsyth, Glasgow

Dorothy Mabel BOWLER, the daughter of Sergeant A.E. Bowler, Arygle & Sutherland Highlanders, died 7th January 1911, aged 5 months

Thomas John BOWLER, Private, G/4134, 26th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, died 10th April 1917, aged 22 years. The son of Mrs. Harriett Bowler, of 424 Green Street, Upton Park, London

Joseph Hartley BOWNESS, Private, 16664, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Died 8th December 1915, aged 39 years. The son of Thomas and Margaret Bowness, of Great Strickland, Westmorland, and husband of Jane Elizabeth Bowness, of 15 Claremont View, Bowerham, Lancaster

Leslie Sydney BOWRICH, the son of Sergeant Bowrich, Army Service Corps, died 29th September 1911

George BOWRING, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 9th July 1884

Edward BOXALL, Private, 9337, 3rd Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, died 21st July 1916, aged 36 years. The son of Mrs. Emma Boxall

Helen Desmond BOYD, died at Penang 20th February 1877, aged 1 year 4 months, the daughter of Mary Ann and Colour-Sergeant James Boyd

John Donald BOYD, the son of Mary Ann and Colour-Sergeant James Boyd, died 6th December 1874, 5 months 13 days

Frances Ethel BRACE, Staff Nurse, Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, died 21st September 1916

T. BRADFIELD, Sqdn.S.M. , Fife & Forfar Yeomanry, died 15th December 1915

Roy Percival BRADFORD, 2340, Private, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 24th October 1915

John Frank BRADLEY, Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, South Wales Borderers. Wounded at Gallipoli 28th June 1915, and died 2nd July 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Frank Bradley, of Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex

C.J. BRADSHAW, Driver, 60679, B Bty, 116th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 22nd October 1916

Richard Omerod BRADSHAW, the son of Sergeant R.O.B. Bradshaw, died 27th June 1896

Robert BRASH, Gunner, 6228, D Bty, 66th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 10th October 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late James Brash, of Glasgow

A.G. BRAY, Lance Sergeant, 8805, 1st Battalion, the Border Regiment, died 15th January 1916, aged 27 years. The son of Horace Bray, of 53 St. Josephs Road, Lower Edmonton, London

R.F. BRAY, Private, 20939, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 7th December 1915

Jeptha BRAZIER, Driver, Royal Artillery, died 18th June 1882, aged 21 years

Gordon BREWER, Private, 558, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 22nd August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Harry and Jean Brewer, of Bulls Creek Road, Lower Mitcham, South Australia

Cyril Fraser BREWERTON DSC, Flight-Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, died 18th January 1927, aged 28 years. Killed in a flying accident. From Sevenoaks, Kent. He had been flying for 11 years

J. BRIDGE, Lance Sergeant, 11350, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 22nd December 1915

H.C. BRIDGES, Private, 1st Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, died 5th September 1882

Fred William BRIDLE, Private, 6/2395, Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F., Died of sickness, 9th September 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Sidney William and the late Emily Bridle, of Croydon, Surrey

J. BRIGGS, Private, 4699, 1st Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 1st December 1896, aged 21 years 6 months

Thomas Walter BRIGGS, Private, 1913, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 12th August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Thomas and the late Annie Briggs. Born Surrey.

Bertram Eric BRIGHT, Private, 13977, C Coy, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 10th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of William and Annie Bright, of 31 Yoxall Avenue, Hartshill, Stoke-on-Tent

Harry BRIGHT, the son of Francis Bright, died 11th February 1877

C. BRINKWORTH, Gunner, 16917, C Bty, 101st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 24th February 1917

Michael Edward BRISLANE, Trooper, 7/533, Canterbury M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 20th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Mrs. E. Wilson, of Mount Buckley, Greymouth, New Zealand

R.C. BRITLAND, Private, 12779, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters. Died 15th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Robert and Mary Britland, of 88 The Hill, Cromford, Matlock

A BRITTON, Private, 8716, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died 4th January 1916, aged 22 years. The son of Mrs. C. Britton, of 8 Unity Street, St.Philips, Bristol

Ena May BRITTON, the daughter of Corporal Samuel Britton, King’s Royal Rifles, died 11th May 1909

Eric BROAD, Lance Bombardier, 1512135, 190 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery (6th Battalion The Royal Warwickshire Regiment), died 7th April 1942, aged 23 years. The son of Charles and Eleanor Broad, of Sneyd Green, Stoke-on- Trent

James Alexander BROADFOOT, Private, 1549, C Coy, 5th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry. Died of his wounds, 19th July 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Annie Broadfoot and the late James Broadfoot, of 32 Balmare Road, Possilpark, Glasgow

Alfred BROADHURST, Lance Boinbardier, 1778056, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th May 1942, aged 37 years. The son of Walter and Eliza Broadhurst of Burton-on-Trent

William BROMLEY, Gunner, 1502830, 190 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery (6th Battalion The Royal Warwickshire Regiment), died 7th April 1942, aged 23 years. the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Bromley, of West Bromwich, Staffordshire

J. BROOKS, Private, 24731, 11th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 18th August 1915

Tom BROSCOMBE, Private, 58617, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 27th November 1915. The son of the late John and Hannah Broscombe

A.D. BROWN, Private, 245, 1st Lowland Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 29th September 1915

Alfred Henry BROWN, the son of Elizabeth and Sergeant A. Brown, 1st Battalion, Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 28th October 1906, aged 11 months

A.W. BROWN, Staff-Sergeant, 336, 81st Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Holder of the Cross of St.George 4th Class from Russia. Died 19th July 1916, aged 31 years. The son of Harry and Catherine Brown, of 33 Carey Street, Maidstone, Kent

Charles BROWN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 17th August 1887

Donald John Orr BROWN, Staff-Sergeant, 8363, Royal Army Service Corps, died 16th January 1931. He left a widow and children

H.J. BROWN, Bugler, Royal Engineers, died 12th October 1888

J.A. BROWN, S.M., 109, 4th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles), died 19th October 1915

J.D. BROWN, Corporal, 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 4th June 1896, aged 22 years

J.E. BROWN, C.S.M., 4821, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 29th May 1915

Jessie Nelson BROWN, the daughter of Schoolmaster Brown, 74th Highlanders, died 24th July 1874, aged 3 months

John Martin BROWN, Private, 2/1424A, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 28th August 1915. The son of the late Jessie Brown, of Scandia Street, Palmerston North, New Zealand

J.W. BROWN, Private, 2402, 1st/7th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 30th June 1915

S. BROWN, Private, 9300, 4th Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, attached 202nd Employment Coy, Labour Corps, died 24th September 1918

William Edward BROWN, Private, 23/1526, 1st Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Died of dysentery, 26th September 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Walter Brown of Longhurst, and husband of Mary Elizabeth Brown, of 5 Boundary Row, Shankhouse, Cramlington, Northumberland

A.D. BROWNLIE, Private, 7978, 1st Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, died 12th November 1916

F.P.V. BROWNSEA, Private, 12663, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 12th October 1915

David BRUCE, Private, 1755, Cameron Highlanders, died 1st January 1893, aged 26 years

Jack McCulloch BRUCE, Private, 797, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 29th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John Fraser and Annie Eva Bruce. Born at Terowie, South Australia

W.A. BRUMFITT, Staff Sergeant Major, S/22700, Army Service Corps, died 20th September 1918, aged 29 years, at Imtarfa Hospital of pneumonia. The son of Joseph Brumfitt, of Berwick-on-Tweed, and husband of Violet Maude Brumfitt, nee Palmer, of The Lansdowne Hotel, Dawlish, Devon

Alfred F. BRUNSDEN, Pioneer, 30619, Postal Section, Royal Engineers, died 15th September 1915, aged 26 years. From Marlow on Thames

Austin BRUNT, Private, 13716, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 30th July 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Robert James and Maud Brunt, of Whaddon Green, Gloucester

Arthur James BRYANT, Master Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 6th March 1934, aged 36 years. He left a widow and children

H. BRYANT, Private, 6498, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 17th December 1915

A. BRYCE, Driver, T4/042803, 209th Horse Transport Coy, Royal Army Service Corps, died 23rd October 1918

Douglas BRYCE, Sergeant, 74th Highland Regiment, died 25th October 1875, aged 36 years

Ethel BUCHANAN, the daughter of Colour-Sergeant Buchanan, died 20th March 1893

John BUCHANAN, Corporal, TS/6418, 115th H.T. Coy. Wheel, 26th Division Train, Royal Army Service Corps. Died of sickness, 6th May 1917, aged 45 years. The son of Francis and Helen Buchanan of Callander, Perthshire, and husband of Margaret Buchanan, of 147 St.Leonards Street, Edinburgh

Frederick BUCKETT, Private, 1362, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 17th January 1892

Frank BUCKLAND, Private, 1764, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 12th February 1891

R.O. BUCKLE, Private, 2493, 10th Battalion, London Regiment, died 26th September 1915, aged 37 years. The son of William and Sarah Buckle, of St. Lukes, City Road, London. The husband of Caroline Louisa Buckle, of 29 Durrant Street, Hackney Road, London

Harry BUCKNELL, Corporal, 1483, Westminster Dragoons. Died of his wounds received at Gallipoli, 14th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of George and Martha Bucknell, of Sidmouth, Devon. The husband of Grace Edith Bucknell, of Orchard Leigh Villa, Chesham, Buckinghamshire

James William Thomas BUDDEN, Gunner, 1602626, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 29 years. The son of William A. and Nelly L. Budden, of Merton, Surrey

Charles Alfred BUIST, Private, 1632, Convalescent Depot, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 28th September 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Charles Alfred and Fanny E. Buist, of Bay View, Pittwater, Sydney, Australia. Born at Petersham, New South Wales

Richard BULIEU, Lance-Corporal, Pompadours, died 23rd November 1888

Arthur Hepburn BULL, 54537, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 15th December 1915. Born in Allahabad, India. He enlisted at Colchester, and gave his residence as Fordham, Essex

Robert BULLER, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 13th March 1931

F. BULLEY, Gunner, 2143, A Bty, 55th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 1st January 1916

C. BULLIN, Driver, T4/212562, 483rd H.T. Coy., 27th Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps. Died 19th October 1916, aged 30 years. The son of Thomas and Mary Bullin, of 3 Bay View Crescent, Swansea, Wales. The husband of Lily May Bullin, of The Isolation Hospital, Groby Road, Leicester

John Edwin BULMAN, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, died 23rd February 1924, aged 41 years. He left a widow Jean


Henry BULTZ, (served as LOWTHER), Private, 2501, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died 21st August 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Henry Frederic and Loveday Jane Evans Bultz, of 8 Town Hall Terrace, Paignton, Devon

J. BUNCE, Private, 6/1205, 6th Battalion, Leinster Regiment, died 25th August 1915

G.H. BUNDOCK, Private, 2216, 1st/7th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 12th September 1915

Cyril BUNN, Gunner, 967202, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 22 years

Horace BUNN, Private, 12/1572, Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 25th September 1915, aged 35 years. The son of Robert and Rachel Bunn, of London

W. BURBIDGE, Private, 2149, 1st/1st Surrey Yeomanry, died 20th December 1916, aged 23 years. The son of William and Louisa Burdbidge, of 25 Elmers End Road, Anerley, London. Born in West Hampstead, London

F.G. BURCHELL, Private, 1614, 3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 14th September 1915

Samuel BURGESS, Lance Corporal, 3189, 1st/1st Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry. Died 6th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Samuel and Lizzie Bourne Burgess, of 1 Higher Down, Altringham, Cheshire

Alfred BURGIS, the son of Corporal William Burgis, died 19th November 1902, aged 7 months

Fassett Arbouin BURNETT, Gunner, 319435, 63rd Coy., Royal Garrison Artillery (formerly Honourable Artillery Company). Died 1st August 1918, aged 22 years. The son of Frederic Walton Burnett and the late Jessie Frances Burnett, of Levant Lodge, Earls Croome, Worcester. Born in Auckland, New Zealand

H.C. BURNETT, Piper, 1762, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 22nd October 1915

William J. BURNS, the son of F. Burns, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 12th December 1871

S.C. BURRIDGE, R.S.M., 109, 1st/4th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 25th October 1915

Richard BURROW, Corporal, 1st Battalion, 13th Somersetshire Prince Albert’s Light Infantry, died 25th August 1872, aged 27 years 6 months

A. BURROWS, Signaller, Royal Corps of Signals, died 26th January 1923

H. BURROWS, Private, 13251, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 5th September 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Mrs. Rachel Burrows, of 3 Brook Street, Earby, Colne, Lancashire

Walter Reginald BURROWS, Private, 2118, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 22nd August 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Arthur and Myra Burrows, of St.Kilda, Victoria, Australia

F. BURT, Private, 15087, 2nd Battalion, Norfolk Regiment, died 26th August 1916

Ann Isabella BURTON, the daughter of I. and E. Burton, Royal Engineers, died 29th November 1868, aged 6 years 1 month

Alex F. BURTON, the son of Sergeant A. Burton, died 23rd January 1870

G.H. BURTON, Corporal, 8926, 8th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 8th November 1915

George William BURTON, Leading Telegraphist, Royal Navy, HMS Eagle, died 18th January 1926, aged 28 years

Lewis Ambrose BURTON, Private, 2850, 5th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment, died 24th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Ambrose & M.A. Burton, of Crofton House, Hamilton Road, Cromer, Norfolk

Albert BUSH, Private, 4th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Regiment, died 27th July 1868, aged 21 years

G. BUTCHER, Sergeant, 200675, A.P.D., Royal Air Force, died 25th December 1918

John BUTCHER, Corporal, 142, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 5th September 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Thomas and Elizabeth Butcher, of 14 Rushton Street, Victoria Park, Western Australia. Born at Waterloo, Liverpool

Albert Edward BUTLER, Corporal, 17276, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died of enteric fever, 12th December 1915, aged 18 years. The son of John and Clara Jane Butler, of Mortimer Terrace, Ombersley, Droitwich

J. BUTLER, Gunner, 39369, 99th Bty, 20th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 11th July 1916

T.G. BUTLER, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 6th July 1908

Joshua BUTTERWORTH, Private, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died 26th March 1900, aged 30 years 10 months

Carmel BUTTIGIEG, Gunner, 20368, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 6th September 1942, aged 35 years. The son of Joseph and Dores Buttigieg, of Qala, Gozo. The husband of Paula Buttigieg, of Qala, Gozo

H.S. BYERS, Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 3rd February 1916, aged 44 years. The husband of Mrs. E.J. Byers, of The Abbey Cotage, St. Bees, Cumberland

John BYRNE, Private, 1862, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Died of his wounds, 10th June 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Margaret Burns of Hanley, Staffordshire. Born in Oldham, Lancashire

James BYRNE, Lance Corporal, 6344674, 2nd Battalion, The Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 24th June 1942. The son of Michael and Bridget Byrne

M.H. BYTHWAY, P.O. Mech., F/900, Royal Navy, Armoured Car Div., Royal Naval Air Service, died 9th December 1915

Frank Bayliss CADDY, Private, 1668, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Was wounded at Suvla Bay on 10th August, and died in Malta from his wounds 20th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Thomas C. Caddy, of 7 Westbury Street, St.Peters , South Australia. Born in Adelaide

James CADNEY, Private, 2810, died 28th August 1891

W. CAFFREY, Private, 11356, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 17th December 1915

Florence CAHILL, the daughter of Peter Cahill, died 25th July 1876

James C. CAIN, Driver, Royal Army Service Corps, died 15th June 1898, aged 24 years

Sarah Anne CAIN, the wife of Stephen Cain, 21st Regiment, died 13th February 1873

Maude Violet CAIN, the daughter of Stephen Cain, 21st Regiment, died 19th July 1873

J. CALDERBANK, Private, 2621, 1st/5th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 28th September 1915

Elsie CAMERON, the daughter of B. E. Cameron, Essex MSC, died 30th November 1893

John Stewart CAMERON, Trooper, 13/567, Auckland M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 17th Auguast 1915

Stanley P. CAMERON, the son of B. E. Cameron, Essex MSC, died 11th December 1893

William Roland CAMMOCK, Lance Corporal, 10/1060, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds received at Gallipoli, 16th August 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cammock, of Kiretaki, Dannevirke, New Zealand

Angus Donald MacKenzie CAMPBELL, 95, 12th Battalion Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 28th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Donald and Elizabeth Campbell, of Boobyalla, Tasmania

A. CAMPBELL, Shoesmith, 143914, Royal Field Artillery, attached G.H.Q., died 24th May 1917

A.B. CAMPBELL, Private, 2381, 1st/2nd Scottish Horse, died 20th December 1915, aged 22 years

Donald CAMPBELL, Private, 74th Highland Regiment, died 22nd February 1873, aged 37 years 8 months

Samuel CAMPBELL, Private, 8328, 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 12th January 1916, aged 22 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell, of Gawks Croft, Doonfoot, Ayr

Walter CAMPBELL, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 29th September 1888

William CAMPBELL, Private, 71st Highland Light Infantry, died 14th July 1873, aged 26 years

Francis J.B. CAMPLING, the son of ……………., died 26th May 1892

Richard CAPP, Q.M.S., 622, 1st/4th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Died 12th October 1915. The husband of Mrs. F.A. Capp, of 74 Crispin Street, Rothwell, Kettering

J. CARDWELL, Private, 11338, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Died 25th August 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Mrs. Betty Miller, of 4 Back, Eccleston Road, Blackpool

John CARLE, Private, 415, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 28th August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Andrew and Ellen Carle, of 121 Buckland Street, Alexandria, New South Wales

M.H. CARNE, 2nd Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry. Died of his wounds, 23rd December 1916, age 26 years. The son of Henry and Agnes M. Carne, of Carnbrea, Kings Avenue, Parkstone, Dorset. Born in Finchley, London

C. CARPENTER, 9419, Private, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 4th July 1915

Charles Alfred CARPENTER, Private, 2268, 1st/7th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Died of his wounds, 20th June 1915, aged 37 years. The son of John and Susannah Carpenter, of 78 Mill Street, Bradford, Manchester

Adair CARR-BOYD, Sergeant, 1725, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 30th July 1915, aged 29 years. The son of John Adair Carr-Boyd and Rose Anna Carr-Boyd, of Argyle Cottage, Belgravia, Inverell, New South Wales. Born at Glen Innes, New South Wales

William Raymond CARRUTHERS, Gunner, 909018, 190 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, (6th Battalion The Royal Warwickshire Regiment), died 7th April 1942, aged 20 years

A.J. CARTER, Corporal, 7623, 28th Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 6th November 1918

Edward Moore CARTER, Sapper, 344, 1st Field Coy, Australian Engineers. Died of his wounds, 23rd July 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Herbert James and Antoinette Charlotte Carter. Born at Neutral Bay, New South Wales

S. CARTER, Private, 16672, 11th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 23rd October 1915, aged 20 years

Sydney Allen CARTER, 1532683, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 24 years. The son of Edwin George and Ada Carter, of Aldershot, Hampshire

T. CARTER, Sapper, 97326, 107th Field Coy, Royal Engineers, died 11th June 1917

W. CARTER, Private, 2092, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 10th June 1915

A. CARTWRIGHT, Private, 25284, D. Coy, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Died 3rd October 1918, aged 24 years. The son of Joseph and Caroline Cartwright, of 128 Britton Lane, Sheffield

Lily Vivian CASEN, the daughter of Thomas Casen, died 14th October 1885

Thomas Percy CASEY, Gunner, 1590941, 55 Bty., 32 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 25 years. The son of James and Agnes Casey, of Edinburgh. The husband of Mary M. Casey, of Lochend, Edinburgh

Charles Harold CASTLE, Lance Bombardier, 967206, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 26 years

A. CATHIE, Private, 4606, 1st/1st Scottish Horse, died 9th November 1915

Frederick Harrod CATLING, Lance Corporal, 7583, 2nd Battalion, The Buffs. Died 26th December 1917, aged 34 years. The son of Augustus and Amelia Catling, of Woolwich, Kent, and husband of Florence Marie Catling, of 96 Effingham Road, Lee, London

Seraphim CAUCHI, Gunner, 8109, 30 Bty., 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 9th May 1942, aged 29 years. The son of Nicolo and Michelina Cauchi (nee Camilleri)

W.G. CAVILL, Private, SS/16984, 25th Labour Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 8th January 1917

Henry CHADBAN, Private, 2129, 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 13th August 1915. The son of Henry and Mary Jane Chadban. Born at Stroud, New South Wales

Edwin CHAFE, Lieutenant, Royal Navy, Flying Officer, Royal Air Force, died 18th January 1927, aged 27 years. Killed in a flying accident

James CHAFFEY, Bandsman, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 6th December 1883, aged 19 years

Frederick George CHALK, Aircraftsman 1st Class, Royal Air Force, born 10th September 1914, died 5th June 1936. Erected by his parents

John CHALK, Private, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 25th December 1905

F.W. CHALLICE, Corporal, 3386, 1st/5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died 23rd October 1915, aged 17 years. The son of James William and the late Lily Susanna Challice, of Holker House, Newmarket

M. CHALLIS, Private, PW/2594, 26th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, died 2nd October 1916

F.H. CHAMBERLAIN, Corporal, 3047, Middlesex Yeomanry, died 6th October 1915

W. CHAMBERS, Private, 23157, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 6th December 1915

T. CHAMPNESS, Private, 6741, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 18th July 1895

T.A. CHANDLER, Driver, 32 Company, Royal Army Service Corps, died 16th April 1938, aged 23 years

H. CHANTER, Private, 12571, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 1st September 1915

A.G.W. CHAPMAN, Lance Corporal, 17821, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 20th December 1918, aged 33 years. The husband of Ellen Maud Chapman, of 43 Erskine Road, Walthamstow, London

G. CHAPMAN, Gunner, 52390, 13th Northumberland Heavy Bty, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 7th April 1916

Philip Evershed CHAPMAN, Rifleman, 2364, 8th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died 4th September 1915, from his wounds received at Suvla Bay on 26th August, aged 21 years. The eldest son of Alice Elizabeth and Dr. Paul Morgan Chapman MD, of Beechwood, Hereford

Fred CHAPPELL, Corporal, 2069708, 173 Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 41 years. The son of Joseph and Esther Ann Chappell of Sheffield. The husband of Margaret Chappell, of Boothstown, Lancashire

A.T. CHARLES, Private, 2197, 1st/4th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 21st August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of David and Mary Anne Charles, of 1 Lion Terrace, Cardigan

S.F. CHARLTON, Gunner, 81129, 67th Bty., 20th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 25th November 1916

Albert George CHENERY, Private, 582, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 24th October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Henry Frederick and Ellen Chenery, of Langley, Norfolk

W.R. CHERRY, Sergeant, 743, Salonika Lines of Communication, Military Police Corps, died 8th May 1917

W. CHILTON, Private, 11391, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 16th November 1915

Robert Frederick CHINNOCK, Sergeant, 844797, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 12th April 1942, aged 24 years

W.C. CHITTENDEN, Driver, T4/056526, Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 11th July 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Walter and Emma Chittenden, of 100 Millway Road, Andover, Hampshire

Jacob CHRISTENSEN, Private, 847, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 18th September 1915

Jorgen CHRISTENSEN, Private, 1480, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died of sickness, 15th September 1915

Private CHRISTOPHER, 2629, Cameron Highlanders, died 7th October 1892

A.A. CHURCH, Private, M2/047204, 244th M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 29th December 1916

Thomas CHURCHER, Driver, 1st Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 10th June 1878, aged 27 years

Herbert Payn CHURCHILL, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. Died of enteric fever contracted in the trenches at Gallipoli, 20th October 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Catherine Mary and Colonel A.G. Churchill. The husband of Dorothea Hester Churchill, of 20 Ashburn Place, South Kensington, London

A.H. CLARK, Private, 1672, 10th Battalion, London Regiment, died 16th December 1915

Andrew Shelton CLARK, Private, 24665, 1st Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 24th April 1918, aged 25 years. The son of Edwin H. and Charlotte H. Clark, of 516 Woodborough Road, Nottingham

Ernest James CLARK, Pioneer, 26403, 17th Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 11th April 1917, aged 21 years. The son of Mr. F.R. Clark, of 36 Bulverhythe Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea

H. CLARK, Private, 3028, 1st/7th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 10th September 1915

Hugh C
LARK, Driver, T1/1521, H.T. Royal Army Service Corps, attd. 85th Field Amb., died 4th October 1918, aged 28 yers. The son of Mrs. Isabella Mortimer, of Kirkland, Leven, Fife

C.J. CLARKE, Private, 1717, Suffolk Yeomanry. Died of dysentery, 30th November 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Charles and Annis Clarke, of The Limes, Besthorpe, Attleborough, Norfolk

Frank CLARKE, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 12th October 1890

John CLARKE, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 10th April 1895, aged 24 years

John Minto CLARKE, Sergeant, 1422511, R.A.O.C., died 10th April 1942, aged 35 years. The son of Hendry and Florence Clarke, and husband of Margaret I. Clarke, of Dunbar, East Lothian

Walter CLARKE, Private, 1301, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 12th October 1890

G.H. CLARKSON, Private, 39984, 34th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 14th September 1915

William CLARKSON, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 11th March 1901

William H. CLAY, Private, D Coy, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 4th October 1899, aged 25 years

Elizabeth CLAYDON, the wife of Sergeant S.Claydon, died 7th August 1891

Samuel CLAYTON, Private, 17909, 6th Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers. died of his wounds, 2nd October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Mrs. Mary Jane Clayton, of 3 Century Street, Portadown, Co. Armagh

Thomas Whitehead CLAYTON, Private, 13705, 9th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 5th February 1916, aged 44 yerars. The son of Thomas and Betsy H. Clayton, of 27 Broad Green Road, Old Swan, Liverpool

J. CLEARY, Private, 3055, 6th Battalion, Leinster Regiment, died 11th October 1915, aged 37 years. The son of Mrs. Mary Cleary

Richard William Charles CLEE, Bombardier, 1549773, 182 Bty., 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd June 1942, aged 26 years. The son of George William and Harriet Clee of Hove, Sussex. The husband of Edith Mary Clee, of Salisbury

John CLEEVE, Private, 4168, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 19th January 1895, aged 20 years 7 months

Edith CLEEVER, the daughter of Corporal Cleever, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 14th June 1908

E. CLEGG, Private, 10359, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 30th October 1915. The son of Mr. E. Clegg, of 5 Sergeant Street, Rochdale

Richard CLEGG, Private, 13252, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Died of his wounds received at Suvla Bay, 22nd August 1915, aged 32 years. The son of Mrs. Susan Clegg, and husband of Margaret Ann Clegg, of 6 Oddies Yard, Colne, Lancashire

Henry CLEMENTS, Private, East Surrey Regiment, died 27th November 1894, aged 23 years

Joseph CLEMENTS, Corporal, 496, 6th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 13th September 1915

George CLEWER, Privte, 100801, 33rd Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 15th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Albert and Amy Sunderland Clewer, of 5 Ellercroft Road, Bradford, Yorkshire

P.T. CLINKHARD, Private, 8590, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 11th December 1915

W.H. CLIXBY, Gunner, 98968, 57th Brigade H.Q., Royal Field Artillery, died 30th October 1916, aged 24 years. The son of F.W. and B.E. Clixby, of 62 Melton Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham

William C. CLOTHIERT, the son of J. Clothiert, died 20th August 1878

Mary CLOUGH, Staff Nurse, 2 Reserve, C/1037, Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, died 12th October 1916, aged 28 years. The daughter of Samuel and Annie Clough, of The Coppice, Bispham Road, Blackpool

A. COATES, Private, 2627, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 20th October 1902. Accidentally killed at Floriana

Jessie M. COCKBURN, the daughter of Company Sergeant-Major Cockburn, died 4th October 1878

H. COCKER, Private, 2906, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 5th September 1915

John COFTON, Private, 1019, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 23rd November 1889

G. COLCLOUGH, Private, 18085, 8th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 9th December 1915

Albert H. COLE, the son of Staff-Sergeant F. Cole, died 11th March 1888

A.J. COLE, Private, 11059, 3rd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 23rd June 1917, aged 31 years. The son of David and Agnes Cole, of The Grove, Penn Street, Amersham, Buckinghamshire

A.W. COLE, Gunner, 961053, 302nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 16th March 1918, aged 25 years. The son of Mrs. Agnes Butcher, of The Lodge, Temple Sheen, East Sheen, London

James COLE, Private, Bandsman, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 18th June 1880, aged 24 years

Lizzie Maria COLEMAN, the wife of Company Sergeant-Major E.W. Coleman, died 24th September 1894

W.W. COLEMAN, Private, 13282, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 10th November 1915

Thomas Edward COLES, Lance Corporal, 2331, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 14th December 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Thomas and Sarah Coles, of Ratcliffe Culey, Atherstone

C. COLLAR, Private, 3126, 5th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 6th October 1915

Frank COLLETT, Private, 1519, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 20th December 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Elizabeth Gibbs, formerly Collett and the late Percy Collet, of Burwood, New South Wales. Born in Sydney, New South Wales

E.D. COLLIER, C.Q.M.S., 11077, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 23rd January 1916

John Charles COLLINGS, Private, 20482, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Died of sickness, 25th November 1915, aged 24 years. The son of John and Jane Collings, of 31 Western Road, St.Mary Church, Torquay

Sarah L.L. COLLINS, the daughter of Quartermaster Sergeant J. Collins, Royal Artillery, died 24th October 1888

Stephen COLLINS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 2nd October 1883, aged 24 years 8 months

James COLQUHOUN, Gunner, 61189, 101st Brigade, Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 21st May 1917, aged 20 years. The son of Joseph and Margaret Strutt Colquhoun, of 167 Thomson Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow

Harry COLSON, the son of Sergeant H. Colson, Royal Artillery, died 12th September 1884

H. COLTON, Private, 12617, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 26th November 1915, aged 19 years

William CONNOR, Corporal, 820624, 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment, died 8th May 1942, aged 28 years. The son of William and Elizabeth Connor, of St. Michaels, Paignton, Devon

Alfred Edward COOK, Major, 9th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 4th July 1915, aged 45 years. The son of Alfred Peter and Rosina Maria Cook, and husband of Mary Frances Cook, of Military Road, Largs Bay, South Australia

Edward COOK, Private, 2733, Cameron Highlanders, died 15th December 1893

Edward COOK, Corporal, 1147, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 4th September 1915, aged 36 years. The son of William and Sarah Cook, of Hurstpierpoint, Sussex. The husband of Maria Etheridge (formerly Cook), of 56 North Street, Horsham

Frederick Albert COOK, Lance Corporal, 2282A, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 12th August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Frederick Albert and Ellen Cook, of 108 Hodgkinson Street, Clifton Hill, Victoria, Australia. Born in Melbourne

F.E. COOK, Private, 824, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusliers, died 15th November 1915

F.J. COOK, Private, 2392, 3rd Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), died 12th October 1915

W.H. COOKE, C.S.M., 163345, 12th Labour Coy., Royal Engineers, died 20th February 1917, aged 48 years. The husband of Mary Cooke, of Maudlin Street, Kilkenny, Ireland

G. COOPER, Private, 16281, 8th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, died 7th May 1916

Josiah COOPER, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 17th December 1901

T.P COOPER, Private, Deal/3585 (S), Royal Marine Medical Unit, R.N. Div., died 5th August 1915

W. COOPER, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, died 14th September 1882

R.K. COPLEY, Private, 18466, 9th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 4th December 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Annie Kew Copley and the late Walter Charles Copley, of 377 Attercliffe Common, Carbrook, Sheffield

George COPLIN, Private, 7472, Essex Regiment, died 8th December 1904

William COPPOCK, Private, 7813, Essex Regiment, died 17th October 1905

C.E. CORKE, Sapper, 74787, S Motor Wireless Section, Royal Engineers, died 25th February 1916

John COSTELLO, Driver, Royal Artillery, died at Bombay 29th April 1878, aged 27 years, remembered on Royal Artillery Memorial

A. COULSON, Private, 19854, 6th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died 17th December 1915, aged 34 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Coulson, of Preston, Lancashire. The husband of Margaret Coulson, of 22 Slatefield Street, Gallowgate, Glasgow

E.H. COULTON, Private, 2331, 1st Derbyshire Yeomanry, died 20th November 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Charles H. Coulton, of Barrow-on-Trent, Derby

W.J. COURSE, Private, 2642, 3rd Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), died 13th December 1915

James COWIE, Private, 1023, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died of sickness, 23rd June 1915

Marion COWLING, the daughter of SSM Cowling, Army Service Corps, died 4th June 1915

J. COX, Q.M.S., 3937, 99th Coy., Royal Garrison Artilery, died 20th February 1916. The husband of Emily Mary Cox, of 91 St.Edwards Road, Gosport, Hampshire

T. COX, Private, 684, 1st West Somerset Yeomanry, died 10th January 1916

George COZENS, Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 10th February 1893, aged 22 years

J. CRAIG, R.Q.M.S., 2057, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, died 26th December 1915

John CRAIG, Private, 196, 1st/7th Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), died 4th July 1915, aged 40 years. The son of William and Jessie Craig, of 52 Dixon Road, Crosshill, Glasgow. The husband of Agnes Craig of Ailsa View, 23 Guildford Street, Millport, Buteshire

Olive Grace CRAIG, the wife of Staff-Sergeant J.A. Craig, Royal Engineers, died 2nd July 1912. Born 27th November 1887

Robert CRAIG, Lance Sergeant, 9/262, Otago M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 22nd August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of John and Isabella Craig, of The Bush, Caroline, Invercargill, New Zealand. Born in Dipton, New Zealand

Edith Mary CRAIGE, the daughter of Isaac Craige, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 18th February 1899

H.S. CRANSTOUN, Driver, 124879, D Bty, 303rd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 26th March 1917

Charles CRAPPER, Sergeant, 969, 14th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery, 27th September 1915, aged 46 years. The son of the late John and Elizabeth Crapper. Born in Tandara, Victoria, Australia

W. CREEK, Private, 3971, 5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, died 12th October 1915

Agnes Anne CRELIER, the wife of Colour-Sergeant B.H. Crelier, 2nd Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 15th January 1900, aged 24 years

Gaetan CRISTINA, Sergeant, 3908, Royal Malta Artillery, died 18th April 1942, aged 25 years. The son of Giuseppe and Antonia Cristina, of Hamrun. The husband of Melita Christina, of Hamrun

Joseph CRITCHLEY, Private, 13361, C Coy, 9th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Died of dysentery, 17th October 1916, aged 45 years. The son of John and Margaret Critchley, of Leigh, Lancashire

J.T. CROCKER, Private, 276, 11th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, transf. to 126294, 97th Coy., Labour Corps, died 15th September 1918, aged 25 years. Accidentally drowned. The son of Mrs.A.E. Crocker, of 94 Wornington Road, North Kensington, London

Alfred CROOK, Private, 1st Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 22nd July 1896, aged 19 years 2 months. He died when he fell from the Notre Dame Parapet

John CROOK, Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 11th August 1903

L. CROOK, Corporal, 3437, 6th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died 10th November 1915

Herbert Alfred CROSHAW, Drummer, 3324, 1st/5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment. Died 17th November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Walter and Mary Croshaw, of 27 Britannia Road, Bedford

John Buckingham CROSS, C.Q.M.S., 2214, 4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died of dysentery, 1st November 1915, aged 51 years. The son of the late Robert and Sarah Cross, of Wymondham, Norfolk. The husband of Laura Cross, of Fernlea, Norwich Road, Wymondham, Norfolk

J.H. CROSS, Private, 6953, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 20th July 1916

Lancelot Norman CROSS, Private, 1759, 21st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 17th December 1915, aged 25 years. The son of John and Mary Cross, of Natimuk, Victoria, Australia

George CROSSLEY, Sergeant, 56175, 30th Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 24th July 1918, aged 21 years. The son of Thomas and Miriam Crossley, of 27 Gladstone Buildings, Sowerby New Road, Sowerby Bridge, Yorkshire

Henry CROUCH, Private, 3279, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 29th December 1893

Charles CROWE, Private, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 27th November 1888

Harry CROWE, Sergeant, 6897, 1st Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died 6th September 1919, aged 33 years. The son of John and Mary Sudworth Crowe, of Liverpool. The husband of Annie Crowe, of 7 Derwentwater Place, Preston, Lancashire

Arthur CROWTHER, Private, 732, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 2nd November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Daniel Charles and Kathrine Lovell Crowther, of 56 Eastern Road, Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield

Harold CROWTHER, Private, 327, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 28th August 1915

C. CROXON, Private, 15734, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 17th September 1915

Robert CUBBIN, Lance Corporal, 1017, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 13th August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Charles and Ann Cubbin. Born in Liverpool

Andrew Queen CULLEN, Bombardier, 1536802, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 22 years. The son of Jeanie J.S. and John Sproull Cullen, of Glasgow

Francis Lazenby CUMMING, Sapper, 2030838, 16 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers attd. Royal Artillery, died 10th June 1942, aged 25 years. The son of Alfred and Williamina Cumming, of Aberdeen

A.J. CUMMINS, Private, 10624, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 5th December 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Stephen and the late Anne Cummins, of Burghclere, Newbury

J.F. CUNNINGHAM, Private, 5236, 1st/2nd Scottish Horse, died 31st October 1915

Robert CURREY, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 15th August 1885, aged 25 years

W. CURRIE, Lance-Corporal, 943, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 14th June 1915

W. Bain CURRIE, Private, 6433, 1st/4th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 29th October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Thomas and Ann B. Currie, of Old Gala House, Galashiels

Fanny E. CURRY, the daughter of S. and F. Curry, died 26th February 1869

Grace O. CURRY, the daughter of S. and F. Curry, died 8th August 1869

Emanuel CUTAJAR, Private, 6419, The Malta Pioneer Group, died 14th August 1943

A. CURTIS, Private, 10809, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 4th September 1915

John James CURTIS, Sergeant, 527, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 16th October 1915

W. DALE, Corporal, 1142, 27th Div. Ammunition Co., Royal Field Artillery, died 14th February 1916. The husband of Mrs M. Dale, of 7 St. Anslins Road, Worthing, Sussex

Theodore DALLI, Gunner, 8411, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 11th April 1942, aged 29 years. The son of Anthony and Karmela Dalli, of Zejtun

C.W. DALMAN, Private, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 9th May 1879, aged 22 years 8 months, drowned at Mercanti Rocks

W.E. DALTON, Driver, T1/1723, 113th H.T. Coy., 11th Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 6th August 1916, aged 39 years. The husband of Eugenie Louisa Dalton, of 3 Back, 56 Hockley Hill, Birmingham

Elizabeth W. DALY, the daughter of Company Sergeant-Major P.J.Daly, died 18th November 1886

George Frederick DAMSELL, Private, 1452, 87th Field Amb., Royal Army Medical Corps, died of his wounds 5th June 1915, aged 19 years. The son of George Herbert and Mary Damsell, of 28 Ashlar Road, Waterloo, Liverpool

H.W. DANIELS, Sapper, 43864, 86th Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 20th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Joseph and Harriett Daniels, of 57 Sackville Street, Coventry

F. DARLOW, Sergeant, 97093, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 26th July 1915

William DARROCK, Private, 74th Highland Regiment, died 20th February 1873

Clarence DAVIDSON, Corporal, 226, 3rd Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds 26th June 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Richard and Sarah Ann Davidson, of Wandearah, South Australia

George DAVIDSON, Private, 2161, 1st/2nd Scottish Horsae, died 24th September 1915, aged 23 years. The son of George and Margaret Davison, of 13 High Town, Collieston, Ellon, Aberdeenshire

J.J. DAVIDSON, Lance Corporal, 1750, 5th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles), died 6th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of George Riddle Davidson, of 7 Earlston Place, Edinburgh

Alexander DAVIE, Private, 23, 21st Battalion Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds 17th October 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Robert McKinley and Jane Sophia Davie, of 146 McPherson Street, Carlton North, Victoria, Australia

James McKinley DAVIE, Private, 95, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds 16th May 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Robert McKinley and Jane Sophia Davie, of 146 McPherson Street, Carlton North, Victoria, Australia

DAVIES, the child of Sergeant Davies, died 18th July 1910

F. DAVIES, Private, 2468, 1st Battalion, Herefordshire Regiment, died 21st November 1915

G. DAVIES, Private, 13497, 8th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 19th August 1915

Harry DAVIES, Lieutenant, 216548, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 20th June 1942

John Edward DAVIES, Private, 41802, 11th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of his wounds 22nd October 1918, aged 30 years. The son of Robert and Sinah Davies of Aberhaiadr Cottage, lhanrhaiadr, Oswestry. The husband of Mary Katherine Davies, of 11 Market Street, Lhanfyllin, Montgomeryshire

J. DAVIES, Private, 16897, 13th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 29th July 1917

J.L DAVIES, Pioneer, 478, 53rd Welsh Signal Coy., Royal Engineers, died 25th September 1915

R. DAVIES, Lance Corporal, 705, 1st/7th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 20th December 1915

Richard DAVIES, Driver, 1st Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 25th July 1878, aged 24 years

S.E. DAVIES, Sapper, 74748, S Motor Wireless Sect., Royal Engineers, died 2nd January 1916

Thomas DAVIES, Private, 2265, 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 15th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Mrs. Elizabeth E. Davies, of 21 Gordon Place, Mold

T.D. DAVIES, Sergeant, 3336, 1st/4th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 6th October 1915

W. DAVIES, Sergeant, 349, 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 14th September 1915

Henry Parker DAVIS, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 13th January 1881, aged 33 years

Leonard G. DAVIS, Private, 3546, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died by drowning 12th May 1893, aged 19 years 11 months

W.W. DAVIS, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 7th June 1891

E. DAVISON, Driver, 66763, 10th Bty., Royal Field Artillery, died 27th October 1915

Sidney James DAWE, the son of Julia and William J. Dawe, Royal Artillery, died 22nd December 1885, aged…. years

Arthur DAWSON, Private, 20607, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Died of his wounds 22nd October 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Robert and Margaret Ann Dawson, of 162 Cedar Street, Blackburn

H.E. DAWSON, Private, 3224, 2nd Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), died 5th July 1915

W. DAWSON, Corporal, 3/9138, 6th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, died 18th September 1917

W. DAY, Lance Corporal, 1470, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 8th September 1915, aged 32 years. The husband of Isabel Day, of Swan Cottage, North Chapel, Petworth, Sussex

A. DEAN, Private, 18435, 14th Battalion, the King’s Liverpool Regiment, died 24th June 1917

P.J. DEAR, Lance Corporal, 62173, 2nd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment, died 14th July 1919

James Pearson DEEGAN, the son of Helen and Sergeant J. Deegan, Army Hospital Corps, died 5th July 1875. Born 30th September 1874

B. DEERING, Private, 7113, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 1st August 1915

Frederick Hamilton DEIGHTON, Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers. Died of his wounds received at Gallipoli, 18th June 1915, aged 22 years. The eldest son of Hamilton Deighton, Imperial Police, Burma, of the The Highlands, Elmeneita, Kenya

Emma B. St.Lucy DELL, the daughter of Emma and H. Dell, died 4th August 1885

Christopher DENISON, Flying Officer, Royal Air Force, born 11th March 1903, died 30th April 1925. The son of J.E. Denison, 83 Elm Park Gardens, London

A. DENNETT, Private, 13517, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 19th December 1915

Thomas Hillier DENNISTON, Sergeant, 3/195 Field Ambulance, N.Z. Medical Corps. Died of enteric fever, 28th July 1915, aged 23 years. Born 19th January 1892, in Dunedin, New Zealand, the son of G. and E.B. Denniston, of Bond Street, Dunedin, New Zealand

John DENWOOD, Private, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 3rd March 1899, aged 21 years

F. DERGES, Driver, 69272, B Bty., 99th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 30th October 1917

Frances Lillian DESBOROUGH, the only child, daughter of Sergeant Desborough, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 25th September 1906, aged 1 year 4 months

H. DEWHURST, Private, 61428, 17th Stat. Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 6th November 1915

J.E. DEWHURST, Private, 23967, 9th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 21st November 1916

H. DEXTER, Private, 6107, 11th Div. Cyclists Coy., Army Cyclist Corps, died 8th November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Richard and Mary Ann Dexter, of 7a East Street, Retford, Nottingham

Florence Eliza DIBB, the daughter of Fred Dibb, died 15th May 1892

Herbert I. DIBB, the son of Fred Dibb, died 20th June 1893

Walter John DIBB, the son of Fred Dibb, died 18th July 1894

D. DICK, Private, 6550, Mentioned in Despatches. 1st/4th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers. Died 10th November 1915. The son of James Dick, of 47 Bank Street, Galashiels

Arthur DICKER, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 8th October 1889

A. DILKES, Private, 25557, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 19th January 1916

Alfred DILLEY, Private, 7673850, R.A.P.C., died 25th April 1942, aged 27 years. The son of William and Caroline Dilley, of Upper Holloway, London

Charles Henry DIMBLEBY, Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Warwickshire Regiment, died 7th October 1902, aged 27 years. From Louth, England, leaving an affianced wife and only sister

James DITHERIDGE, Gunner, 846109, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 24 years. The son of James and Emma Ditheridge, of Derby

Emily Charlotte DIVER, the daughter of Mary and Thomas Diver, Royal Artillery, died 25th November 1873, aged 1 year 7 months 20 days

B. DIX, Driver, T4/092740, H.T. Royal Army Service Corps, attached 18th Veterinary Hospital, died 20th October 1916

Frederick DIXON, Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, Princess of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 31st August 1892, aged 23 years 3 months

Hugh DIXON, Private, 1st Battalion, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 6th July 1887, aged 25 years

Mary Elizabeth DIXON, the daughter of Isabella and Thomas Dixon, 101st R.B. Fusiliers, died 6th March 1878, aged 13 months

Robert Harrison DIXON, Major, 54th East Anglian Div., Royal Army Service Corps, died 16th November 1915, aged 60 years. The son of William Dixon of Bocking, Braintree, Essex. The husband of Ada Dixon, of 6 York Road, Sudbury, Suffolk

Ernest DOBBS, Lance Corporal, 768, B Sqdn., 1st/1st Royal North Devon Hussars. Died of enteric fever 10th November 1915, aged 21 years. The only son of Richard and Katie Dobbs, of Herders Tenement, Kingsheanton, Marwood, Barnstaple

G. DOBSON, Private, 8771, 1st Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 29th November 1916

Arthur Henry C. DODD, Medical Staff Corps, died 10th February 1885. Born 5th May 1861, the fourth son of the late Reverend Henry P. Dodd

Bernard William DODD, the son of Sergeant Dodd, Royal Engineers, died 14th June 1908

Doris Stella DODD, the daughter of Sergeant Dodd, Royal Engineers, died 5th April 1908

John DODD, Private, 12440, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 19th October 1915, aged 25 years. The son of John and Sarah Dodd, of 24 Back, Brook Street, Chester. The husband of Susan Dodd, of 187 Chester Road, Flint

Sheila DODDS, the daughter of Quartermaster Sergeant J. Dodds, Royal Engineers, died 26th August 1935. Born 5th March 1930

W.H. DOLING, Staff-Sergeant, 18921, 30th Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps, died 4th March 1919

Edwin DONNELLY, the son of Sergeant Donnelly, Prince Albert's Somerset Light Infantry, died 17th July 1910

W. DONOVAN, Private, 16175, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 9th December 1915

W. DONSON, Private, SS/21101, 28th Labour Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 26th October 1916

O. DOODSON, Private, 24306, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 27th July 1919

S.H.J. DOODY, Private, 21734, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 22nd October 1916

Arthur Albert DOUGLAS, Private, 3145, 6th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of his wounds, 25th December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Arthur and Catherine Ursula Douglas, of Warburton Road, Seville, Victoria, Australia

William Herbert DOVELL, Private, M2/182279, 109th Mechanical Transport Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 1st February 1917, aged 29 years. The son of Catherine Dovell and the late Philip Dovell, of 19 Henrietta Street, Swansea

Anne Muriel DOVEY, the daughter of Lieutenant Dovey, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 21st February 1910

L.H. DOWDEN, Lance Corporal, 2664, 2nd/4th Battalion, The Queen’s Regiment, died 28th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Walter Charles and Ellen Lilly Dowden, of 16 Abbey Road, Horsell, Woking

C. DOWDING, Private, died 29th September 1923

R.T. DOWELL, Private, 11872, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 1st September 1915

Henry DOWKER, Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 17th September 1888, aged 28 years

Albert DOWNES, Private, 16/508, New Zealand (Maori) Contingent. Died of enteric fever, 9th September 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Downes, of Kohukohu, Hokianga, Auckland, New Zealand

W. DOWNES, Gunner, 51696, 97th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 10th January 1916

George DOWNHAM, Private, 5587, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 13th March 1895, aged 24 years, whilst boating

Phillis Rose DOWNS, the daughter of Corporal Downs, Royal Engineers, died 7th September 1908

Edward Thomas DOWSE, the son of Sergeant T. Dowse, died 30th September 1897

Ella S.L. DOWSE, the daughter of Sergeant T.Dowse, died 20th October 1892

R. DOWSELL, Private, 19588, 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 16th October 1915

Edward DRYDEN, Gunner, 1736469, 223 Bty., 32 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 32 years

George DUCKER, Sapper, 27939, Royal Engineers, died 5th January 1902, in Valletta Hospital, aged 29 years

George Thomas DUCKETT, the son of Thomas Duckett, died 6th November 1894

Alice DUCKWORTH, the wife of Colour-Sergeant Benjamin Duckworth, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 22nd September 1884, aged 27 years

Mary Ann DUGGER, the wife of Colour-Sergeant G. Dugger, 1st Battalion, Royal Scots, died 20th September 1878

Margaret Jane DUNBAR, the daughter of J. Dunbar, Royal Engineers, died 27th December 1872, aged 17 days

William S. DUNCAN, the son of Isabella and Sergeant J. Duncan, Royal Engineers, died 19th February 1872 at St. Francis Barracks, aged 3 years

Harry DUNLIN, Private, 12238, 6th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, attached Royal Army Service Corps, died 30th November 1915, aged 35 years. The son of John and Elizabeth Dunlin, of Hull. The husband of Mary E. Dunlin, of 12 Alexandra Street, Hull

D. DUNLOP, Private, 2060, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 26th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Mrs. Jessie Dunlop, of 27 Imrie Place, Penicuik, Midlothian

Bert DUNN, Private, 15264, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 30th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Henry and Clara P. Dunn, of Providence Villa, South Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Fred DUNN, Lance Corporal, 10628, 6th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, died 1st September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Thomas Dunn, of Hull. The husband of Kristine Wickstrom (formerly Dunn), of Gardemoens Gt. 9, Trondhjem, Norway

James DUNN, Sergeant, 1684, 1st Highland Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of his wounds, 4th July 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Alexander Dunn and the late Margaret Dunn, of 16 Brighton Place, Aberdeen

William DUNN, Private, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, died 4th January 1888, aged 21 years 1 month

Randolph Lawrence DUTTON, Lance Sergeant, 868889, 10 Bty., 7 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 3rd July 1942, aged 22 years. The son of Lucilla and J.W Dutton, of Leeds, Yorkshire

Charles Ernest DYER, Bombardier, 81571, C Bty., 66th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of his wounds, 3rd January 1916, aged 18 years. The son of Ernest and S.J. Dyer of Farleigh, Flax Bourton, Bristol

Herbert Henry DYER, A.M. II, 66228, 22nd Balloon Coy., Royal Air Force. Died of dysentery, 22nd May 1918, aged 35 years. Born in Kilmarnock. The son of the Reverend J.J. and Mary Dyer (nee Teitgen). The husband of Ella Mabel Dyer (nee Hills) of 30 Sutherland Terrace, Ebury Bridge, London

Robert DYSON, Private, Army Hospital Corps, died 6th October 1879, in Valletta Hospital, aged 23 years

Isabella EAGLES, the daughter of Corporal J. Eagles, Royal Garrison Artillery, 27th May 1910, aged 2 years 5 molnths

R. EAMES, P rivate, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 2nd July 1879, aged 24 years 8 months

S. EARL, Private, 10437, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 22nd September 1915

G.C. EASON, Private, 2088, 1st/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 7th December 1915

Anna M. EASTON, the daughter of Sergeant Easton, Royal Artillery, died 16th June 1886

Ethel M. EASTON, the daughter of Sergeant Easton, Royal Artillery, died 17th November 1888

John V. EASTON, the son of Sergeant Easton, Royal Artillery, died 21st March 1886

S. EASTON, Private, 23685, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 25th January 1916, aged 24 years. The son of Mrs. Sophia Easton, of Marah, Doagh, Co. Antrim

J.E. EASTWOOD, Private, M2/052665, 244th Mechanical Transport Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 22nd September 1916, aged 32 years

R.J. EBDELL, Corporal, 54421, 28th Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 30th January 1919

S. EDGE, Private, 3596, Army Cyclist Corps, died 4th November 1915

James Herbert EDGSON, Private, 21261, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 12th September 1915, aged 23 years. The son of John Edgson, of 57 St.Pauls Street, Old Radford, Nottingham

H. EDSER, Private, 7406, 27th Div., Cyclists Coy., Army Cyclist Corps, died 6th October 1916

Emlyn EDWARDS, Private, 17261, 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, died 8th December 1915, aged 17 years. The son of T.C. and Alice Edwards, of 7 Garden Croft, Weston Rhyn, Oswestry

F. EDWARDS, Private, 22248, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 21st November 1915

F. EDWARDS, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 17th July 1923

Frederick EDWARDS, Private, 6343382, 2nd Battalion, The Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 26 years

J. EDWARDS, Private, 34942, see HIRONS, the correct family name

Samuel Gerald EDWARDS, 1859976, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 14th December 1927, in the performance of his duties

Thomas EDWARDS, Private, 4130237, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 8th May 1942, aged 22 years. The son of Frederick Arthur and Martha Edwards, of Boughton, Chester

N. EDWARDSON, Private, 20173, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 6th October 1915

Henry John ELDER, the son of Elizabeth and Sergeant James Elder, 71st Highland Light Infantry, died 9th January 1878, aged 3 years 3 months

Harry ELDRED, Colour-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 27th July 1904, aged 40 years

Ellen ELLIOTT, the wife of Colour-Sergeant F. Elliott, Connaught Rangers, died 28th August 1890

Cecil Douglas ELLIS, Private, 1121, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 15th May 1915

F. ELLIS, Private, 6421, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 9th June 1895, aged 26 years

S. ELLIS, Corporal, Army Hospital Corps, died 15th March 1891

Victor ELLIS, Private, 367, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery, 11th September 1915. The son of William Charles and Anna Ellis, of 6 Clara Street, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia

C.H. ELLISON, Sergeant, S4/071946, 13th Div., Supply Col., Royal Army Service Corps, died 11th September 1915

William ELLOWAY, Lance Sergeant, 10796, 1st Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died 7th August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Elloway, of 18 Hurley Road, Lower Kennington Lane, Lambeth, London

Joseph ELLUL, Gunner, 10809, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 20th July 1942

J.T. ELWELL, Private, 3518, 11th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 14th September 1915

A.H. EMMETT, Private, 22028, 2nd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 20th February 1917

R. EMMETT, Private, 13172, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 13th August 1915

Isabella ENGLISH, the daughter of Colour-Sergeant E. English, died 4th August 1870

T. ERRINGTON, Private, 19833, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 3rd September 1915

Andrew Arthur EVANS, Private, 1084, 4th Battalion, Welch Regiment. Died of enteric fever, 22nd November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of the late Mrs. Margaret Evans, of 3 Chapel Street, Carmarthen

A.H. EVANS, Private, 2nd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 27th May 1896 whilst boating, aged 23 years

David John EVANS, Private, 2770, 1st/5th Battalion, Welch Regiment. Died 25th December 1915 of wounds he received on 8th December. Aged 22 years. The son of Margaret and the late Thomas George Evans, of 15 Upper Elizabeth Street, Dowlais

E. EVANS, Lance Corporal, died 20th November 1868, aged 24 years

Edward EVANS, Private, M2/226786, Private, 729th M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps. Died on H.M. Troopship Huntsend, en route from Mesopotamia 18th February 1920, aged 23 years. The son of Edward and Hannah Evans,of 24 Pentrehedyn Street, Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire

Evan Daniel EVANS, Sapper, 4194968, 173 Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 23 years. The son of Rachel Ann and David Peake Evans, of Moss, Denbighshire

Florence EVANS, the daughter of Corporal R. Evans, died 22nd October 1878

Francis Gilbert EVANS, Private, 63, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds 31st May 1915, aged 21 years. The son of John and Jane Evans, of Rankine Road, Torrensville, South Australia

John EVANS, Private, 12411, 2nd Garrison Battalion, The King’s Liverpool Regiment. Died of malaria, 22nd March 1918, aged 47 years. The son of the late Benjamin and Ellen Evans, of Liverpool

J.E. EVANS, Private, 81875, 38th General Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 3rd April 1918, aged 26 years. The son of William and Margaret Evans, of

Llansilin, Oswestry

L.C. EVANS, Lance-Corporal, 4th King’s Own Royal Regiment, died 21st October 1868

Lewis John EVANS, Gunner, 395853, 4 Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 20th April 1942, aged 35 years. The son of William Henry and Margaret Jane Evans, of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire

R. EVANS, Private, 3559, 2nd/4th Battalion, the Queen’s Regiment, died 6th September 1915

Samuel EVANS, Corporal, 2802, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 21st August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Samuel and Mary Ann Evans, of 48 Crescent Road, Middlesbrough

S. EVANS, Private, 23740, 13th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 1st November 1916

T. EVANS, Private, 782, 4th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 27th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Griffith and Margaret Evans, of Brynynyd, Tumble, Llanelly, Carmarthenshire

W.E. EVANS, Sapper, 1857802, 24th Coy., Royal Engineers, died 26th November 1920

Walter James EVANS, Private, 38098, 8th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 31st December 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Evans, of 16 Tynycoed Terrace, Penydarren, Merthyr Tydfil

Stewart Charles EVERETT, Sergeant, 7/194, Canterbury M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 31st July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Horatio and Elizabeth Jane Everett, of Umukuri, Nelson, New Zealand

Simon FADE, the son of Sergeant S. Fade, died 21st August 1877

Joseph FAELLA, Gunner, 8217, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 11th April 1942

Hugh FAIRLEY, Private, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 20th September 1875

Cecil Sydney FAIRS, Trooper, 13/327, Auckland M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 5th October 1915. The son of Mrs. A. Fairs, of 17 St. Albans Avenue, Dominion Road, Auckland, New Zealand

George Victor Wakefield FALDER, Gunner, 2/873, 2nd Bty., N.Z. Field Artillery. Died of enteric fever, 27th July 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Falder, of 14 Percival Street, Wellington, New Zealand

G. FALLOW, Private, 1908, 5th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry. Died of his wounds, 27th November 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Buchan and Jessie Fallow, of Oakland Cottage, Alnwick, Northumberland

Samuel FALLOWS, Lance Corporal, 1120, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 10th June 1915, aged 23 years. The son of John and Jane Fallows, of 2 Kirkham Street, Oldham

Cornelius FALVEY, Gunner, 1543021, 186 Bty., 74 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd June 1942, aged 34 years

Walter FARRAR, Private, 9679, 1st/6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 14th June 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John Henry and Mary E. Farrar, of 18 Woodbine Terrace, Cornholme, Lancashire

J. FAULKNER, S.M., 6624, Clerical Section, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 5th November 1916

John FAWCETT, Gunner, 1559901, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 18th April 1942, aged 22 years. The son of John and Ellen Fawcett, of Newtown, Wigan, Lancashire

R. FAWCETT, Driver, T4/088604, 789th Horse Transport Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 9th May 1918, aged 29 years. The son of Waddington and Margaret Ellen Fawcett, of 42 Stockbridge Road, Padiham, Burnley

J. FAY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died by drowning 19th October 1893, aged 23 years

Ronald Frederick John FELTHAM, Sapper, 1877322, 16 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 21 years. The son of E F. and Nellie Feltham, of Salisbury

E.W. FENNER, 3106, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, Pompadours, died 12th July 1904, aged 30 years

Florence FENTON, the wife of Sergeant W. Fenton, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 11th November 1906

T.S. FERGUSON, Private, 2716, 5th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles), died 6th July 1915

W. FERGUSON, Private, 3855, 1st Scottish Horse, died 2nd November 1915

George Leslie FERREY, Private, 15356, Z Coy., 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 12th July 1915, aged 35 years. The son of George Henry and Ellen Ferrey, of Mayfield, 21 Barrack Road, Christchurch, Hampshire

Thomas FINCH, Gunner, 83347, D Bty., 67th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 16th July 1916, aged 22 years. The son of William and Sarah Finch, of 21 Grundy Street, Chapel Brow, Leyland, Lancashire

R. FINDLAY, Sergeant, 48280, 22nd Signal Coy., Royal Engineers, died 16th December 1917

Alexander FINLAYSON, the son of A. Finlayson, died 1st August 1877

John B. FINNIE, Private, 4687, Cameron Highlanders, died 22nd July 1903

Edward FINNIGAN, Private, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died 6th June 1904

J.W. FISHER, AB, J/20746, Royal Navy, HMS Exmouth, died 17th October 1915

Jeremiah FITZGERALD, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, died 24th February 1872, aged 38 years

John FITZSIMONS, Gunner, 3598158, 5 Bty., 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th May 1942, aged 23 years. The son of William and Catherine Fitzsimons, of Bransty, Whitehaven, Cumberland

W.F.C. FLAGG, Lance Corporal, 12599, 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, died 24th September 1915

James FLACK, Staff-Sergeant, Transport Corps, died 17th August 1888

George E. FLEET, Lance-Corporal, 1545, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 7th July 1891

J.H. FLEETWOOD, Private, 16288, 6th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 30th December 1915

George Ray FLEMING, Private, 720, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 28th May 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Catherine Jane and the late John Henry Fleming, of Central McDonald, New South Wales

James FLETCHER, Driver, Army Service Corps, died 4th September 1908

Norman Victor FLETCHER, the son of Private Fletcher, Royal Army Service Corps, died 28th February 1920

William FLETCHER, Private, 1st Battalion, South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 2nd December 1878, aged 20 years

E. FLOWERS, Private, 18866, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 10th October 1915

Henry George FOOKES, Private, 225, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery, 10th October 1915

Jeanette FOOT, the wife of Colour-Sergeant G. Foot, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died 5th September 1887, aged 28 years

D.W. FORBES, Private, 11153, 6th Battalian, Yorkshire Regiment, died 6th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of James and Julia Forbes, of 5 Pensher Street, Sunderland

Eileen Annie FORD, the only child, daughter of Annie and Sergeant D. Ford, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 16th September 1903, aged 6 months 7 days

J. FORD, 10/1485, New Zealand Forces, died 3rd July 1915, (see WADE the correct family name)

S.W. FORD, Gunner, 1410, 29th Div., Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 16th February 1916

William FORD, Private, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died by drowning, 25th August 1884, aged 20 years 1 month

Alfred G. FORGERY, the son of Sergeant A. Forgery, died 17th June 1881

J. FORGRIEVE, Shoesmith, 1205, 1st/3rd Scottish Horse, died 9th December 1915

E.A.A. FORREST, Lieutenant, 11th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment att. 7th Battalion, died 9th December 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Colonel G.A.W. Forrest (late Hampshire Regiment and Commandant of the Duke of York’s R.M. School, Chelsea) and Olive E. Forrest, of 10 Catherine Place, Bath

Alison FORTUNE, the wife of James Fortune, died 17th January 1898, aged 32 years

James FORTUNE, died 24th January 1898, aged 36 years

J.H. FORTUNE, Private, 555, 4th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 20th October 1915

H. FOSKETT, Private, 10839, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 30th September 1915

Frederick Holden FOSTER, Private, 192, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 9th October 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Angus Holden and Jessie Foster, of The Cedars, Merbein, Victoria, Australia

J.R. FOSTER, Private, 1011, Royal North Devon Hussars, died 24th November 1915

William FOSTER, Trooper, 9/698, Otago M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 16th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Christina and the late Edward Foster, of Lowburn Ferry, Cromwell, Central Otago

O. FOULKES, Private, 203538, 11th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of his wounds, 19th October 1918, aged 22 years. The son of Leah and the late Robert Foulkes, of Peromagn Cottage, Penmaenrhos, Old Colwyn, Colwyn Bay

Joseph Harold FOWLER, Private, 4784, 56th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 27th June 1916, aged 32 years. The son of Joseph and Clara Fowler, of Chenhall Street, Woonona, Queensland. Born in Five Ways, Staffordshire

F. FOWLES, Private, 16750, 6th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 1st November 1915

Richard FOWLOW, Corporal, 886, 1st Battalion, Royal Newfoundland Regiment. Died of sickness, 23rd November 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Elizabeth and Thomas Jenkins Fowlow, of Trinity East, Newfoundland

A.E. FOX, Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 17th July 1905

Hugh FOX, Private, 1201, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 26th September 1915

Gilbert Bryan FRANCIS, Private, 10/2138, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 13th November 1915, aged 28 years. The son of the Reverend David Francis, of Llandygwydd Vicarage, Cardiganshire

Reginald Frederick FRANCIS, Flying Officer, Royal Air Force, died 5th June 1930, aged 31 years. Killed whilst flying

Sydney FRANCIS, Driver, T4/059120, R.N. Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 12th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Frederick and Annie J. Francis, of 32 Laud Street, Croydon

J. FRANKLIN, Private, 2748, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 25th October 1915

A. FRASER, Lance Corporal, 11983, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 25th September 1915

Geoffrey Earle FRASER, Trooper, 11/254, Wellington M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds received at Gallipoli, 20th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Charlton S. and Minnie Fraser, of Timaru, New Zealand

John Robert FRASER, Private, 1324/A, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 10th June 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Alexander and Annie Fraser, of Gipp Street, Wollongong, New South Wales

T. FRASER, Lance Corporal, 1601, 1st Lovat Scouts, died 26th November 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Thomas and Annie Fraser, of Midtown, Scaniport, Inverness

T. FRASER, Gunner, 4189, Ross Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 25th November 1915

T. FRASER, Private, 13652, 9th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 12th February 1916

Robert McKinley FRAZER, Trooper, 9/820, Otago M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 4th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of John and Jane Frazer, of Stirling, Otago, New Zealand

Elizabeth S. FREEMAN, the wife of Schoolmaster F. Freeman, C&T Corps, died 7th August 1887

Cecil FRENCH, Gunner, 1653736, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 21 years. The son of George and Elizabeth French, of Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire

Percy Thompson FRICKER, Lance Corporal, 1223, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 16th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of William Henry and Emma Fricker, of Wendouree, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

A.E. FULCHER, Private, 8956, 2nd Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 17th February 1917

H.J. FULLER, Gunner, 97957, 58th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 13th December 1915

A. FUTTER, Private, 20244, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 20th January 1916

E.G. GABELL, Private, 5511, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 11th November 1915

C. GAINEY, Private, 21018, 14th Battalion, The King’s Liverpool Regiment, died 28th October 1916

Frederick GALE, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 21st June 1888, aged 25 years

Carmel GALEA, Lance Sergeant, 30101, Royal Engineers, Malta Territorial Force died 17th April 1943, aged 41 years. The son of John Maria and Giuseppa Galea. The husband of Carmela Galea, of Paola

James GALL, Trooper, 779, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness, 31st July 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Robert and Harriet Gall. Born in Sarsfield, Victoria, Australia

J. GALLON, Gunner, 98th Bty., 1st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 15th October 1917. The son of Mrs. F.A. Marshall, of 3 Rainton Street, Old Penshaw, Co.Durham

Chrissie GALLOWAY, the daughter of Gunner Galloway, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 25th July 1910

Leonard Percy GALTON, Lance Corporal, 5626532, 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment, died 18th April 1942, aged 26 years. The son of John and Anna Galton, of Parkstone, Dorset. The husband of Joan Irene Galton, of Lower Parkstone

Robert Wilfred GANT, Lieutenant, Malta Garrison, Royal Air Force, born 8th August 1897, died 3rd August 1918, aged 20 years. The only child of Florence Elizabeth and Wilfred Robert Pinfold Gant, of 26 Greenholm Road, Eltham, London

Norman Douglas GARDEN, Lance Corporal, 763, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 23rd October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Henry and Blanche E. Garden, of Berkeley Street, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia

Clarence E. GARDINER, Private, 1228, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 11th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of William and Edith Gardiner, of Weldborough, Tasmania

Frank GARDINER, the son of Lucy Jane and Frederick Gardiner, died 28th August 1883, aged 5 years 2 months

Percival GARDINER, the son of Lucy Jane and Frederick Gardiner, died 26th August 1883, 6 years 5 months

A. GARDNER, Private, 4156, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 19th October 1894, aged 23 years

C. GARDNER, Private, 20005, 9th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 31st December 1915

Jerry Knowles GARNETT, Lieutenant, 3rd East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Born 16th April 1895. Died 6th November 1915, of enteric fever contracted at the Dardanelles, aged 20 years. The elder son of Frank and Bertha Garnett, of The West House, Buxton

Arthur Edward GARNHAM, Lancs Corporal, 18772250, 16 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 3rd/4th May 1941, aged 23 years. The son of Mrs. A. Garnham, of Forward Green, Suffolk

Arthur Hedley GARRETT, Private, 1677, 1st/1st Sussex Yeomanry. Died of dysentery on H.M.H.S. Rewa, 21st October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Alberta Kate and the late Hedley Robert Garrett, of 12 Brighton Road, Crawley, Sussex

S.A. GARROD, Corporal, 30630, 102nd Coy., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 17th September 1917, aged 26 years. The son of Walter George and Georgina Garrod.

The husband of Mrs. Garrod, of 4 Strada Conazione, Cospicua

Clifford G. GASCOYNE, the son of Sergeant G.T. Gascoyne, died 27th July 1895

G.H. GATES, Private, 11260, 17th Veterinary Hospital, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, died 10th December 1916

S. GEE, Private, 50415, 40th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 31st July 1915

Robert GEEVS, Corporal, 18th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 12th April 1872, aged 35 years 7 months. He left a widow and two children

Cornelius GEILVOET, Trooper, 640, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 24th May 1915, aged 26 years. The son of William and Katherine Geilvoet. Born in Dignams Creek, New South Wales

George GEITON, Corporal, 2nd Battalion, Queen’s, died 20th October 1877

Harry GENTLE, Bombardier, 1653655, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 30 years. The son of James Edward and Mary Eliza Gentle. The husband of Mabel Beatrice Gentle, of Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire

William GEORGE, Lance Corporal, 315799, 13th Battalion, Black Watch, died 2nd September 1917, aged 34 years. The son of Alexander and Rebecca Ann Weir George. The husband of Evelyn G. George, of 612 George Street, Aberdeen

Robin Hubert GHEST, Private, 1100, 13th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery, 10th September 1915. The son of Susie Caroline and Robert Chevin Ghest. Born in Sydney, New South Wales

W. GIBBS, Private, 12862, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 18th August 1915

Thomas William GIBSON, Private, 17614, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment. Died of tetanus, 16th Decembver 1915, aged 44 years. The son of Thomas and Emma Gibson, of Stafford. The husband of Sarah Jane O’Brien (formerly Gibson), of 7 Tipping Street, Stafford

Aubrey William GIFFORD, Private, 2229, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 11th August 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Ellen Maud and Maurice Winton Gifford, of 16 Limes Road, Folkestone

William GILBERT, Gunner, 1653691, 182 Bty., 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 30 years. The son of William and Rosina Gilbert, and the husband of Phyliss Kathleen Gilbert, all of Codicote, Hertfordshire

Ralph Keller GILES, the son of Quartermaster Sergeant A.O. Giles, Royal Engineers, died 26th November 1878, aged 6 months 2 weeks

Albert GILL, Private, 5203, Army Cyclist Corps. Died of dysentery, 31st August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John and Harriet Ann Gill, of 22 Paget Street, Keighley, Yorkshire

M. GILLIES, Sapper, 27998, Royal Engineers, died 7th November 1900, in Valletta Hospital, aged 29 years. A brave soldier who died doing his duty

Arthur R GILMORE, the son of Sergeant H. Gilmore, died 24th July 1875

Clara J. GILMORE, the daughter of Sergeant H. Gilmore, died 18th April 1872

Edgar F. GILMORE, the son of Sergeant H. Gilmore, died 24th April 1880

Thomas GIRVEN, Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps, died 29th April 1932

A.E. GLAYSHER, Sergeant, 662, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 6th December 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Mr. T. Glaysher, of 11/12 Middle Street, Horsham

James GLEN, Private, 30548, 1st Battalion, Royal Scots, Died of pneumonia, 11th November 1918, aged 35 years. The son of Elizabeth Campbell Glen and the late James Glen of 53 High Street East, Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire

Frederick GLOVER, Private, 2536, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died …….……1891

Thomas GODDARD, Private, 16215, 9th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 9th November 1918, aged 27 years. The son of George Henry and Emma Goddard, of 40 Highfield Terrace, Bacup, Lancashire

W. GODDARD, Private, 13340, 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 3rd July 1915

W. GODEEN, Rifleman, 10743, 6th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, died 6th November 1915

James Thomas GOLDING, Lance Sergeant, 1052832, 4 Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 20th April 1942, aged 37 years. The son of Frank and Emma Elizabeth Golding. The husband of Mary Constance Golding, of New Romney, Kent

E. GOLLOP, Private, 8858, 1st Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died 6th July 1915

John William GOODALL, Lance/Bombardier, 10 Med Btn, Royal Artillery, died 7th August 1926, aged 32 years

Lucy GOODCHILD, the daughter of Bombardier Goodchild, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 27th December 1909

Harry GOODIER, Sapper, 6658, 1st/2nd West Lancashire Field Coy., Royal Engineers. Died of dysentery, 25th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Thomas and Alice Goodier, of 35 Midland Street, Widnes

A.T GOODMAN, Lance Corporal, 19486, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment. Died of enteric fever, 7th November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of George Goodman, of 56 Maldon Road, Southend-on-Sea

Arthur GOODRICH, Private, died 17th November 1911

William GORT, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 15th January 1900

James GOSSLING, Sergeant, Ordnance Store Corps, died 15th June 1885, aged 32 years

Harry GOUSENS, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 28th March 1878

J. GOWANS, Private, SS/20878, 28th Labour Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 26th June 1916

James G. GOWANS, Private, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 1st September 1877

James GOWEN (? COWEN), Private, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died 3rd December 1901, aged 20 years

George GRAHAM, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 17th August 1884, aged 35 years

John GRAHAM, Sergeant-Major, Royal Engineers, died 29th July 1878

John Telford GRAHAM, Private, 386384, 2nd/1st Northumbrian Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 15th July 1917, aged 26 years. The son of Margaret Ann and John Sewell Graham, of Holmside, Armstrong Road, Benwell, Newcastle-on-Tyne

Alfred Maniton GRAHART, the son of Alfred Grahart, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 12th June 1900

Charles E. GRAHART, the son of Alfred Grahart, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 17th June 1901

S. GRAINGER, Private, 21027, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 23rd December 1915

James GRANGALL, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died 23rd July 1887

N.M. GRANT, Private, 2384, 1st/2nd Scottish Horse, died 27th September 1915

J. GRAY, Private, 6178, 13th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 1st November 1916

J. GRAY, Driver, T4/041286, 483rd Horse Transport Coy., 27th Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 5th October 1916

W.E. GRAYSHON, Private, 7756, 80th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 29th September 1916

G.C. GRAYSON, Corporal, T4/044350, 111th Horse Transport Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 14th March 1917, aged 33 years. The son of George and Pamela Grayson. The husband of Daisy Gryson (nee Turner), of 67 Melville Road, Stonebridge Park, Willesden, London

Harry Sinclair GREAVES, Lance Corporal, 2027, 1st City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders). Died of dysentery, 15th October 1915, aged 25 years. The youngest son of Henry and Evalina Sophia Greaves, of 35 Chimes Avenue, Palmers Green, London.

Anthony GRECH, Gunner, 40127, 11 HAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 7th April 1942

Amy GREEN, the daughter of Agnes and Corporal John Green, Royal Artillery, died 7th August 1885, 1 year 3 months 11 days

Daisy Catherine GREEN, the daughter of Gunner Green, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 23rd October 1908

E. GREEN, Private, 10961, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 12th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of James and Lavinia Green, of Lower St. Marys, Blandford, Dorset

Edward Francis GREEN, Rifleman, R/9557, 3rd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifles Corps. Died of malaria, 21st November 1916, aged 27 years. The son of Harry and Harriet Green, of Islington, London. The husband of Florence Rose Green, of 11 Vittoria Street, Barnsbury, London

Edward Thomas GREEN, the son of Agnes and Corporal John Green, Royal Artillery, died 3rd September 1881, aged 6 months 8 days

J.S. GREEN, Private, 28875, 7th Battalion, Oxford and Buckingham Light Infantry, died 17th April 1918. The husband of Olive E. Green, of 346b Summer Lane, Birmingham

William GREEN, the son of W. Green, died 24th July 1874

William GREEN, Private, 1672, 11th Battalion, Australian Infandtry. Died of dysentery, 7th August 1915

Stanley GREENFIELD, Gunner, 3425, 143rd Heavy Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of dysentery, 25th November 1916, aged 31 years. The son of Florence Greenfield and the late John Greenfield, of 783 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield

Arthur John GREENHAM, Rifleman, 1495, 8th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 19th September 1915, aged 25 years. The son of John and Lucy Greenham, of 2 Myrtle Cottages, High Street, Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight

H. GREENWOOD, Privte, 1987, 1st/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 12th October 1915

James GREENWOOD, Lance Corporal, 18140, 8th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 11th November 1915, aged 41 years. The son of Charles Henry Greenwood. The husband of Sarah Elizabeth Pearson (formerly Greenwood), of Clifton View, Hartshead Moor, Cleckheaton, Yorkshire

GREENWOOD, W., Lance Corporal, 25130, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, aged 21 years, died 4th September 1918, in Imtarfa Hospital

Edward GREGORY, Private, 4th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Regiment, died 15th July 1868, aged 23 years

J. GREGORY, Private, 4304, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 19th July 1915

Daniel GREHAN, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 28th August 1885, aged 20 years 1 month

Arthur Rees GREVILLE, 12945, D Coy., 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers. Died of his wounds, 10th September 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Thomas James and Agnes Rees Breville, of 84 Stanley Road, Nuneaton. Born in Barry, Glamorgan

Levi Thomas GRICE, Private, 12515, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 30th December 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Walter and Emily Ann Grice, of 11 Cliff Street, Mansfield, Nottingham

F.J. GRIFFIN, Private, 16483, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Died of his wounds, 13th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Griffin, of 13 Jeannett Road, Waddon, Croydon. Born in Bethnal Green, London. (served as MUMFORD)

S. GRIFFITH, Private, 18692, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 19th December 1915

William GRIFFITHS, Private, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 2nd February 1890

Andrew GRIGGLESTONE, the son of Corporal George Grigglestone, died 2nd August 1888

George GRIGGLESTONE, the son of Corporal George Grigglestone, died 15th May 1887

T. GRIMES, Private, 27053, 8th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 18th November 1915

Nazzareno GRIMA, Gunner, 40356, 1 Coast Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 21st July 1942

William GRINDROD, Private, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, died 14th July 1887

Hans Victor GRIPP, Trooper, 11/492, Wellington M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds received at Gallipoli, 28th August 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Gripp, of Raetihi, New Zealand

Alfred GROSE, Private, 5258, 1st Battalion, Borderers, died 16th January 1899

A.C. GROUNDS, Private, 18437, 6th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, died 7th December 1915

H. GRUNDY, Private, 11892, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 19th August 1915

R. GRUNDY, Private, 6872, 6th Battalion, East Lancashsire Regiment, died 31st October 1915

W. GUMB, Private, 4113, 1st Battalion, Leinster Regiment, died 21st November 1916

Robert GUNN, Private, 1792, 1st/6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 25th October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of George and Barbara Gunn, of 73 Ealing Avenue, Platt Lane, Rusholme, Manchester. Born in Glasgow

W.H. GUNNING, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, attd. 10th Battalion, died 31st October 1916

Robert GURREY, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 15th August 1885

Anthony GUSMAN, Private, 50438, 1st Battalion, the King’s Own Malta Regiment, died 30th May 1942

A.S. GUY, Lance Corporal, 11112, 28th Coy., Royal Engineers, died 13th December 1918

James GUY, Sergeant, Royal Army Service Corps, died 18th August 1886

Thomas GUY, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 14th January 1893

Ethel Melita GYDE, the daughter of Schoolmaster William Gyde, died 21st November 1882

Minnie Madeline GYDE, the daughter of Elizabeth and William Gyde, Schoolmaster, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died 11th July 1883, aged 5 months 18 days

William Thomas HADENHAM, Royal Air Force, died 22nd January 1930

J.W. HADFIELD, Private, 823, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 13th June 1915

Alfred HAGGERTY, 1859226, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 30th June 1929, at Imtarfa

J.W. HAIGH, 17208, 6th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 16th December 1915

Donald HALDANE, Private, 3332, 2nd Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers). Died of his wounds received at Gallipoli, 4th January 1916, aged 20 years. Born in London, the son of the late Henry Clement and Mary Frances Haldane

W. HALE, Private, 55062, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 23rd October 1915

James HALES, Private, 14031, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 13th December 1915, aged 27 years. The husband of Nellie Richardson (formerly Hales), of 51 Newcombe Road, Handsworth, Birmingham

Arthur W. HALEY, Corporal, 24055, 66th Small Arms Ammunition Section, Royal Field Artillery, died 22nd October 1916. The son of Mrs. Jane Haley, of 59 Camperdown Road, Scotstoun, Glasgow

Richard HALEY, Sapper, 23698, died…………..

James HALFACRE, Private, SS/18150, Labour Coy., Royal Army Service Corps. Died of dysentery, 3rd February 1916, aged 51 years. The husband of Emily Halfacre, of 20 Bull Close Road, Norwich

Alexander Edward HALL, the son of James and Ellie Hall, died 6th August 1905, aged 3 years

George HALL, Sergeant, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 7th October 1897, aged 41 years 10 months

J.W. HALL, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 6th July 1891

Stanley HALL, Trooper, 7/498, Canterbury M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died 11th September 1915, of paralysis following wounds he received at Gallipoli. The son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall, of 97 Hill Street, Welilington

Gerald HALLATT, Private, 50050, Royal Army Medical Corps, aged 21 years, died 30th August 1918, in St.Elmo Hospital

Henry Hayden HALLIDAY, Private, 11548, C Coy., 12th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 10th February 1918, aged 29 years. The son of Jesse Halliday, of Cranleigh, Guildford, Police Sergeant. The husband of Mary Elizabeth Halliday, of Cherry Tree Cottage, New Town, Tadley, Basingstoke

P.E. HAMBLETON, Gunner, 12218, C Bty., 58th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 8th December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Charles Hambleton, of 68 Morel Street, Barry Dock, Glamorgan

A.J. HAMBROOK, Sapper, Deal/1293(S), R.M. Div. Engineers, R.N. Div., died 18th November 1915

G. HAMMOND, Driver, 48097, 22nd Div., Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 16th January 1917, aged 35 years. The son of William and Julia Hammond, of The Causeway, Occold, Eye, Suffolk

R. HAMMOND, Private, 5932, Lancashire Fusiliers, died Saturday 23rd June 1900, aged 21 years

Thomas Verran HAMMOND, Private, 406, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 24th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of William Charles and Mary Ellen Hammond, of Wentworth Street, Granville, New South Wales

W.E. HANDCOCK, Private, T/2010, 5th Battalion, The Buffs, died 31st August 1915

Francis HANCOCKS, Lance Sergeant, 1634712, 186 Bty., 74 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd June 1942, aged 31 years. The son of William and Alice Emma Hancocks, of Chatham

A.E. HANDLEY, Sapper, 538552, Base Signals, Royal Engineers, died 16th March 1918

John Richard HANNON, Sergeant, 4122959, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 9th April 1942, aged 23 years

A. HANSON, Private, 3/2622, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died 7th October 1918

Arthur Herbert HARBORD, Private, 1396, 1st Norfolk Yeomanry, died 6th November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of C.N. and Alderman Arthur Harbord J.P., M.P., of 60 St. Peters Road, Great Yarmouth

Florence Elizabeth HARDEN, the daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel E.H. Harden, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 28th August 1906

David HARDIE, Private, 1562. See ROBSON the correct family name

Alfred HARDING, Private, 2124, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 21st July 1915

Archibald S.J. HARDING, the son of Sergeant James Harding, Royal Engineers, died 25th June 1882

Ernest W.H. HARDING, the son of Sergeant James Harding, Royal Engineers, died 28th May 1884

James HARDY, Private, 6/1081, Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of pneumonia, 13th January 1916, aged 28 years. The son of the late M. Hardy and Mrs. E.J. Smith (formerly Hardy), of Latrobe, Tasmania

E. HARGREAVES, Private, 13577, 6th Battalion, Border Regiment, died 12th November 1915

John William HARKER, Private, 12/1653, 1st Battalion, Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 19th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of the late George and Charlotte Harker. Born in Hokitka, Westland, Greymouth

L. HARLEY, Private, 31521, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 22nd October 1915

James Andrew HARLOW, Lance Corporal, 13202, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers.

Died of his wounds, 22nd June 1915, aged 26 years. Born in London the son of Andrew William and Emma Harlow

Edwin Frank HARMER, Private, 299, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 30th June 1915, aged 32 years. Born in Essex, the son of John Thomas and Maria Lydia Harmer. The husband of Jessie Priscilla Harmer, of Tarwin Lower, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia

John HARRINGTON, Sergeant, 1863912, Royal Engineers, died 3rd/4th May 1941. The son of Daniel and Elizabeth Harrington, and husband of Marie Adelaide Harrington, of Aldgate, London

Charles Drewery HARRIS, Leading Aircraftsman, Royal Air Force, died 5th June 1930

J.C. HARRIS, Private, 26358, 7th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, died 19th November 1916, aged 29 years. The son of David and Mary Ann Harris, of Southampton

J.E. HARRIS, Private, 10550, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 11th October 1915

J. HARRISON, Corporal, 1444, Royal Army Veterinary Crops, attd. 87th Infantry Brigade, died 24th August 1915, aged 58 years. The husband of Margaret E. Harrison, of 3 Grove Lane, Retford, Nottingham

Sarah Jane HARRISON, the wife of Armourer Sergeant Benjamin Harrison, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died 24th February 1883, aged 48 years

Bernard HART, Sapper, 4746694, 16 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 3rd/4th May 1941, aged 21 years

C. HART, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 18th July 1878, aged 22 years

Charles Setoun HARVEY, Trooper, 1480, Lothian and Border Horse, died 19th October 1916, aged 20 years. The son of Mr and Mrs A. Harvey, of Minto, Hawick, Scotland

Florence HARVEY, the daughter of Gunner W. Harvey, died 24th January 1876

John HARVEY, Corporal, North Irish, died 22nd August 1888

John William HARVEY, Private, 3/7928, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, . Died of dysentery, 21st November 1915, aged 41 years. Born in Parkstone, Dorset

Leonard HARVEY, Private, 4121603, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 9th May 1942, aged 31 years

W.J. HARVEY, Private, 10661, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 19th August 1915

H.J. HASKELL, Private, 10977, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 31st August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Harry and Annie Haskell, of Ampfield, Romsey, Hampshire

Sidney Arthur HASKINS, 314866, Flight Sergeant, Royal Air Force. Born 20th February 1887, died 18th November 1922

W.H. HASKINS, AB, J/3629, Royal Navy, HMS Europa, died 28th July 1915

George F. HASLAM, the son of George Haslam, died 20th April 1893

J.W.W. HASLAM, Private, 8576, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 11th December 1915

G.O. HATCHER, Private, 1825,Suffolk Yeomanry, died 22nd November 1915

Henry HATCHER, Rifleman, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 9th April 1909

Frank HATCHETT, the son of Sergeant Hatchett, died 4th October 1909

George Frank HATCHETT, Private, 1459, 83rd Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 30th September 1916, aged 21 years. The son of John Hatchett, of 55 Gloucester Road, Kingston Hill, Surrey

Florence HAYES, the daughter of Company Sergeant Major Hayes, Army Service Corps, died 3rd March 1908

Henry HAYES, Sapper, 3452214, 173 Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 23 years

John Samuel HAYES, Corporal, 10329, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 29th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of W.H.B. and Alice Hayes, of 6 Cartwright Street, Runcorn, Cheshire

E.T. HAYNES, Private, 10193, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 15th December 1915

E. HAYWARD, Private, 23142, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 21st November 1915, aged 30 years

W. HAZELL, Private, 9248, 9th Battalion, Lanvcashire Fusiliers, died 31st August 1915

Charles HEAD, Private, 493233, Royal Army Medical Corps, died at Imtarfa Hospital, 17th April 1917, aged 20 years. The son of the late Frank and Ellen Head, St.Michael’s, Tenterden, Kent. Erected by his brother

William Kenneth Stanford HEARL, Corporal, 5615213, 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment, died 20th July 1942, aged 30 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hearl, and husband of Maude Allen Hearl, of Dover

C.F. HEATH, Private, 60177, 2nd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 5th August 1919

Sydney Seddon HEATH, Sergeant, 200497, 2nd/5th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 16th April 1917, aged 22 years. The son of Mr and Mrs S.S. Heath, of 30 Charles Street, Cobridge, Stoke on Trent

William HEATH, Private, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 4th February 1901

William Henry HEATH, Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 7th July 1902

Walter Lindsay HEBBARD, Private, 143, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 13th December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Francis and Louisa D. Hebbard, of Mooroopna, Victoria, Australia

Ralph HELLYAR, Squadron QMS, 78, 1st Dorset Yeomanry, died 13th October 1915, aged 42 years. The son of Henry and Mary Hellyar, of Thornford, Sherborne, Dorset

J.E. HELSON, Rifleman, 519, 22nd Battalion, The Rifle Brigade, died 22nd August 1916

William HEMINGWAY, Private, S4/109534, 42nd Field Bakery, Royal Army Service Corps, died 20th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Jesse and Elizabeth Hemingway, of 15 Zion Street, Northwich

Edward HEMMINGFIELD, Gunner, 981780, 2 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 11th February 1943, aged 28 years. The son of William Edward and Rose Vera Hemmingfield, of Holbeck, Leeds, Yorkshire

Ernest Alfred HENDLE, Gunner, 2/1792, N.Z. Field Artillery. Died of enteric fever, 18th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of William James and Eliza Agnes Hendle, of 2 Pickering Terrace, Kaiwarra, New Zealand

William George HENLEY, Private 1766, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 27th August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of George Henley and Fanny Brown (formerly Henley), of Eileen, Drummond Street, Belmore, New South Wales

Anthony HENNING, Private, 10550, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 24th September 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Joseph and Sarah Henning

E.G. HETCHER, Driver, T4/211489, 857th Horse Transport Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 20th August 1917

T. HEVICON, Private, 2403, 1st/8th Battalion, Machester Regiment, died 9th August 1915

A. HEWER, Rifleman, Rifle Brigade, died 23rd May 1904

Charles Edward HEWITT, the son of Susanna and William James Hewitt, 28th Regiment, died 29th May 1874, aged 2 years 6 months

Adelaide Emma HEWLETT, the daughter of Jane and Sergeant Henry Hewlett, Royal Artillery, died 23rd November 1878, aged 1 year 2 months

Kate M. HEWLETT, the daughter of Sergeant H. Hewlett, died 8th October 1881

William J HEWLETT, the son of Sergeant H. Hewlett, died 18th October 1880

J.P. HEYES, Captain, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, attached 42nd Division, died 6th July 1916

Arthur HEYWOOD, Private, 7674864, R.A.P.C., died 25th April 1942, aged 28 years. The son of James Arthur and Elizabeth Heywood, of Bradford, Manchester

John Francis HEYWOOD, Private, 1020, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 9th May 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John and Ellen Heywood, of Evergreen, Yarragon, Victoria, Australia

W. HIBBERT, Private, 20325, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 25th October 1915

Alfred Oxford Poole HICKS, Sergeant, PO/10110, Royal Marines Light Infantry, HMS Egmont. Died of enteric fever, 31st July 1915, aged 35 years. The son of the late Thomas and Annie Hicks, of South Farnborough, Hampshire, and the husband of Mabel Hicks. Long Service and Good Conduct Medal

Hector Richard HICKS, Private, 21788, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds 20th August 1915, aged 18 years The son of Thomas Henry and Ellen Hicks, born in Carag Carag, Victoria, Australia

John HICKS, Signalman, 2314116, Royal Corps of Signals, died 31st January 1936, aged 39 years

Gordon HICKSON, Private, 1659, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 30th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of the late Walter Hickson and Caroline Hickson, of John Street, Horsham, Victoria Australia

G. HIGGINS, Lance Corporal, 1033, 1st/7th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 15th November 1915

Alexander HIGHET, AB, Clyde Z/2603, R.N.V.R., Howe Bn., R.N. Div., Died of dysentery, 19th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Robert and Margaret Roseweir Highet, of 30 Calibar Road, Barrhead, Glasgow. Born in Kilmarnock

Charles HILL, Private, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 2nd November 1884, ged 21 years 9 months

C.A. HILL, Staff-Sergeant, Military Provost Staff Corps, died 25th August 1923, aged 37 years

J. HILL, Private, 6596, 2nd Battalion, The Buffs, died 5th November 1916

Thomas Edward HILL, Private, 9194, 2nd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 6th August 1918, aged 26 years. The son of Alfred and Ruth Hill, of Bristol

Thomas Henry HILL, aged 26 years, Private, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 13th January 1891

William HILL, Private, 74th Highland Regiment, died 3rd August 1873

William Bertram HILL, Gunner, 864583, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 24 years. The son of Bertram and Clara Jane Hill, of Wednesfield, Staffordshire

Walter George Tree HILLMAN, Private, 5615574, 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment, died 23rd June 1942, aged 33 years. The husband of Mrs. E.M. Hillman, of Knowle, Cullompton, Devon

Frederick HILLS, Private, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 25th January 1924

Henry James HILLS, Leading Seaman, 239488, Royal Navy, HMS Europa, died 17th October 1915, aged 24 years

Winnie Mary HINBURY, the daughter of Sergeant Hinbury, Royal Engineers, died 2nd January 1909

John Wilfred Jacob HINDHAUGH, Private, 1906, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 30th October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of William and Jane Hindhaugh, of Reedsdale, St. Helens, Victoria, Australia

E. HINDLEY, Private, 2466, 11th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 25th August 1915

Patricia HINDLEY, the daughter of Corporal Hindley, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 28th October 1914

H.G. HINTON, Private, 14411, 7th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, died 20th October 1916, aged 24 years. The son of Mrs. Mary Hinton, of Stoke Lyne, Bicester, Oxfordshire

John HINTON, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 3rd February 1893, aged 26 years

B. HIPKINS, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 14th September 1923

James HIRONS, (served as EDWARDS), Private, 34942, 11th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 18th April 1917, aged 29 years. The son of Mrs. M.A. Hirons, of Duke Street, Withington, Hereford

Fred Philip HIRST, Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 19th February 1919, aged 24 years. The son of William E. and Marion J. Hirst, of 45 Arragon Gardens, Streatham, London

H. HIRST, Private, 33513, 185th Coy., Machine Gun Corps (Inf.), died 28th April 1918

James Richard Charles HOARE, Private, 5613343, 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment, died 1st July 1942, aged 37 years. The son of William John and Elizabeth Hoare, and husband of Annie Hoare, of Exeter

Peter HOBSON, Private, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died by drowning, 11th June 1887, aged 24 years 10 months

W. HOBSON, 20588, 11th Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), died 13th May 1917, aged 31 years. The son of Mrs. Jeanie Hobson, of 145 Coburg Street, South Side, Glasgow

Benjamin Thomas HODGE, Lance Corporal, 1006, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 16th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late John Hodge and Emma Hodge, of Holcombe, Church Street, Burwood, New South Wales

William HODGETTS, Armourer Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Irish Rifles, died 21st January 1894, aged 26 years

George Benjamin HODSON, CB DSO, Brigadier-General, General Staff, Commanding 33rd Infantry Brigade, Indian Army, died 25th January 1916, aged 52 years. The husband of Dorothy Clara Hodson, of Holly Cottage, Knockholt, Kent

A.S. HOG, Captain, 5th Battalion, Connaught Rangers, died 20th August 1915

Charles HOGBEN, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 28th December 1897. 4th Mountain Battery, died from sickness incurred during the period the Battery was serving with the Cretan International Force 1897

George William HOGG, Gunner, 91136, 63rd Coy., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 26th September 1916, aged 30 years. The son of William Hogg and the late Jessie Hogg, of Aimsfield Mains, Haddington, East Lothian. The husband of Isabella Williamson Johnston Hogg, of 12 Dalgety Avenue, Edinburgh

Norman HOLDEN, the son of Eunice and Armourer Sergeant Stephen Holden, 61st Regiment, died 26th June 1879, aged 2 years 8 months

William Edward HOLDING, Private, 13927, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 30th Decembver 1915, aged 16 years. The son of Mrs. Elizabeth Alice Holding

C.H. HOLDSWORTH, Sapper, 74197, 4th H.A. Signal Coy., Royal Engineers, died 8th April 1916

E. HOLLAND, Gunner, 91440, D Bty., 68th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 3rd October 1916

A. HOLLIDAY, Gunner, 913, 4th East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 12th October 1915

H. HOLMES, Private, 3/8878, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, died 4th May 1917

James William HOLMES, Private, 15230, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 8th January 1916, aged 22 years. The son of the late John Richard Holmes and Emily Barnett (formerly Holmes), of 3 Newstead Street, Maribyrnong, Victoria, Australia.

R.R.J. HOLMES, Captain, 81st Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 26th March 1916

Arthur Ernest HOLT, Trooper, 306, 3rd Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness, 27th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of James and Emily Brooks Holt. Born in Adelaide, South Australia

J. HOLT, Private, 15000, 9th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 25th September 1915

Ernest Oliver HOMANS, Private, 16557, D Coy, 7th Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Died of dysentery, 20th January 1916, aged 24 years. The son of Edwin George and Sarah Homans, and husband of Clara Homans, of Salford Priors, Evesham, Worcesteshire

G. HOMER, Private, 22941, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 3rd December 1915

J. HOMES, Private, 17990, 2nd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 25th April 1918, aged 24 years. The son of Fred J. and Mary E. Homes, of 49 Wellington Lane, Ayres Quay, Sunderland

C.E. HOOD, Driver, 58875, 22nd Div. Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 23rd February 1917

R.J. HOOPER, Private, 3034, 1st Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers). Died of dysentery, 5th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mrs. Florence Glazer (formerly Hooper), of 43 Rectory Road, Walthamstow, London

James McHarg HOPE, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 1st February 1889

J. HOPGOOD, Driver, 38635, 10th Bty., 147th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 25th July 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Mrs. Alice Hopgood, of 63 Waldeck Street, Reading. The husband of Annie E.S. Hopgood, of 6 Waterloo Road, Reading

Amy Dora HOPKINS, the daughter of Sergeant Hopkins, Royal Engineers, died 12th June 1909

Cyril Harry HOPKINS, the son of Sergeant Hopkins, Royal Engineers, died 1st June 1910

F. HOPKINSON, Sergeant, 1697, Sherwood Rangers, died 30th September 1915. The son of Mrs. F. Hopkinson, of 161 Newgate Street, Worksop

Thomas HOPKINSON, Private, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 15th November 1888

George HOPPER, Gunner, South Irish Division, Royal Artillery, died 2nd November 1882, aged 34 years

Frederick Alyn HORNSEY, Gunner, 805117, 12 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 15th August 1942, aged 33 years. The son of Thomas and Harriet Hornsey, and husband of Iris Margaret Hornsey

F.H. HORSFIELD, Rifleman, 8051, 3rd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 20th September 1916, aged 30 years. The son of Mr. F and Mrs. A. Horsfield, of 1 Esher Street, Westminster, London

William HORSFIELD, Private, 3206, 1st/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Died of dysentery, 4th November 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Henry and Margaret Horsfield, of 84 Mitella Street, Burnley

A.H. HORTON, Private, 18312, 2nd Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, died 21st September 1916

Eva Mercy HORTON, the wife of Sergeant G. Horton, Dorset Regiment, died……..

William Sandford HORTON, Band Boy, 5880, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 20th October 1898 at Station Hospital, Valletta, aged 16 years

Charles W. HOUGHTON, Private, 22351, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 30th November 1915. The husband of Mrs. R. Houghton, of 4 Block, 18 Stour Street, Birmingham

John HOURSTON, Trooper, 9/710, Otago M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of dysentery, 30th August 1915, aged 31 years. The son of William and Caroline Henrietta Hourston, of Awaka, Otago

Archibald HOUSTON, Private, 2638, 4th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles). Died 30th October 1915, of his wounds received in Gallipoli, aged 20 years. The son of Peter and Jane Houston, of 4 Sandwell Street, Buckhaven, Fifeshire

Charles Leslie HOWARD, Private, 584, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 12th May 1915. The son of Eliza Jane and William Winter Howard. Born in Smythesdale, Victoria, Australia

C. HOWARD, Gunner, 48960, 101st Brigade H.Q., Royal Field Artillery, died 4th February 1917

Florence Violet HOWARD, the daughter of Sergeant Howard, died 28th January 1899, aged 6 years 10 months

Herbert John HOWARD, Private, 1733, Eastern Mounted Brigade, Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of enteric fever, 15th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Arthur Abrham and Annie Violetta Howard, of 46 Harspur Street, Bedford

William HOWARD, Lance-Corporal, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 18th December 1892

William HOWATSON, Shoesmith, 120760, 1st Lothians and Border Horse, died 6th June 1918, aged 26 years. The son of Mrs. Grace Howatson, of Melville Road, Ladybank, Fifeshire

William H. HOWER, the son of Henry Hower, died 10th August 1879

A. HOWITT, Private, 12988, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 16th September 1915

Frederick George HOWLAND, the son of Staff-Sergeant Howland, A.O. Corps, died 19th November 1910

F. HOYLE, Private, 2619, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 2nd October 1915

Francis Stanley HUBBERT, the son of Mary Ann and Charles Hubbert, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 7th July 1879, aged 11 montghs 25 days

W. HUDSON, Private, 12994, 6th Battalion, Loyal North Lancs Regiment, died 18th August 1915

William HUGGINS, Sapper, 847, Royal Engineers, died 19th December 1899 in Valletta Hospital, aged 22 years

A. HUGHES, Driver, 29740, 15th Brigade, Ammunition Col., Royal Horse Artillery, died 5th July 1915, aged 34 years. The son of William and Jane Hughes, of 66 Cambridge Street, Fenton, Stoke on Trent

Frank HUGHES, Private, 118, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds 3rd August 1915

John HUGHES, Private, 22715, 9th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, died 4th October 1915, aged 26 years. The husband of Alice Kiely (formerly Hughes) of 41 Emmett Carr, Renishaw, Chesterfield

John HUGHES, Private, 25751, 2nd Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 17th August 1916, aged 37 years. The son of William Hughes, of 22 White Street, Birkenhead

William HUGHES, Private, 10554, 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers. Died of his wounds, 5th July 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Hugh and Jane Hughes, of 38 Llewelyn Street, Dowlais, Glamorgan

Alfred HULLY, the son of Ellen and Frank Hully, died 22nd January 1905, aged 7 months

Joseph Lewis HULLY, the son of Ellen and Frank Hully, died 2nd November 1901, aged 2 months

Lucy HULLY, the daughter of Frank Hully, died 4th August 1898

James HULME, Private, 10/1263, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 22nd August 1915

P. HUME, Private, 2202, 1st/5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died of his wounds, 14th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of John and Alice Hume, of 42 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury, Suffolk

F. HUMPHREYS, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 26th July 1878. aged 22 years

Thomas William HUMPHREYS, the son of Sergeant Humphreys, died 21st January 1896, aged 5 years 6 months

Stephen William HUNT, Trooper, 874, 5th Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness, 18th July 1915

William HUNT, Private, 2746, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 9th October 1891

Agnes HUNTER, the wife of W. Hunter, died 10th November 1895

Mary HUNTER, the daughter of J. and B. Hunter, died 19th December 186*, aged 2 years 8 months

Reginald Gordon Pulteney HUNTER, OBE, Colonel, Royal Engineers, and Commands & Staff, died 11th January 1940, aged 56 years. The son of Marion and Major General Woodburn Hunter

Henry HUPPERTON, Private, Bandsman, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 11th February 1880, aged 23 years

John HURDMAN, Private, Dorset Regiment, died 8th December 1923, aged 20 years 2 months

G. HUSSEY, Private, 17152, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 27th December 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Joseph and Sarah Hussey, of Broughton Poggs, Lechlade, Gloucestershire

Edgar John HUTCHINGS, 2nd Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, London Regiment. Died of his wounds, 9th November 1915, aged 28 years. The son of William John and Edith Bertha Hutchings, of 24 Rokeby Avenue, Redland, Bristol

J.J. HUTCHINS, Pioneer, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 3rd October 1897, aged 27 years. Died whilst boating

A. HUTCHINSON, Private, T4/127725, 22nd Reserve H.T. Park, Royal Army Service Corps, died 11th December 1916

J. HUTCHINSON, Private, 11824, 6th Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died 4th September 1915

W. HUTCHISON, Private, 2600, 5th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, died 28th October 1915

T. HYND, Private, 9925, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 8th July 1915

J.T. IMESON, Lance-Corporal, 10931, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers. Died of his wounds, 19th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Ralph and Margaret Ellen Imeson, of 27 Edward Street, Albert Hill, Darlington

W. INGRAM, Lance Corporal, 664, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 12th June 1915

William James INGRAM, Sergeant, 907, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 13th Augusut 1915

Thomas Frederick INMAN, the son of Thomas Inman, died 30th August 1871

F. INNS, Driver, 71154, Cable Sect., Royal Engineers, died 20th May 1916

Hannah INSKIP, the daughter of Augusina and Corporal L. Inskip, M.S.C., died 25th September 1886, aged 9 months

Sarah INSKIP, the daughter of Augusina and Corporal L. Inskip, M.S.C., died 3rd September 1886, 8 years 5 months

Jim ION, Private, 22050, 9th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 7th November 1916, aged 21 years. The son of Thomas and Emily Ion, of 5 Sharp Street, Barrowford, Nelson

Albert IRELAND, Lance-Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 13th February 1894, aged 22 years 9 months

David Luther ISAAC, Private, 878, 1st/4th Battalion, Welch Regiment, born 22nd November 1891. Died 22nd September 1915 in Tigne Hospital from his wounds received on active service. The son of John and Mary Isaac, of 29 Glenalla Road, Llanelly, South Wales

John Reid JACK, Private, 1674, 1st Ayrshire Yeomanry, died 6th January 1916, aged 24 years. The son of William Jack, of Overhessilhead, Beith, Aryshire

A.H. JACKSON, Sergeant, 3rd Battalion, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 3rd October 1903, aged 40 years

G. JACKSON, Private, 7627, 1st/4th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 29th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of George and Agnes Jackson, of Hawick

John JACKSON, Private, 13th 1st Somersetshire Prince Albert’s Light Infantry, died 19th September 1872, aged 23 years

T. JACKSON, Private, 326037, 2nd/9th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry, died 17th October 1918

Walter JACKSON, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 29th January 1891

Willie JACKSON, the son of William Jackson, died 16th April 1893

T. JACQUES, Private, 9309, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 22nd October 1915

Alfred George JAMES, Lance Corporal, 5724574, 1st Battalion, The Dorsetshire Regiment, died 19th April 1942, aged 27 years

Edith Elizabeth JAMES, the daughter of Sergeant James, 64th (2nd Staffordshire) Regiment, died 29th October 1869

Frank JAMES, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 12th August 1889

Mark Haweis JAMES, the son of Lieutenant James, Royal Artillery, died 6th July 1929, aged 7 months 3 weeks

R. JAMES, Private, 12548, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 15th December 1915

Violet Maude JAMIESON, the daughter of Sergeant C. Jamieson, died 16th August 1890

W. JARVIS, Corporal, 3899, 1st/5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, died 20th August 1915

T.W. JEFFERY, Private, M2/181532, 688th M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 17th August 1916

R. JEFFREY, Private, 9476, 1st Battallion, Royal Scots, died 13th November 1916, aged 28 years. The son of Mrs. Annie J. Chapman, of Woodhead, Ancrum, Roxburghshire

W. JEFFRIES, Private, 4432, 1st/4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died of his wounds, 2nd October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of William Jeffries, of 35 Argyle Street, King Street, Norwich

Albert C.S. JENKINS, Corporal, Royal Artillery, died 15th February 1871, aged 28 years

Alice JENKINS, the daughter of Albert Jenkins, Royal Artillery, died 15th April 1869, aged 1 year 4 months

Margaret JENKINS, the daughter of Albert Jenkins, Royal Artillery, died 14th July 1871, aged 1 year 8 days

S. JENKINS, Private, 20299, 1st Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died 30th September 1915

W. JENKINS, Private, 13255, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 18th August 1915

W. JENKINS, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 23rd January 1893

J. JENKINSON, Private, 20377, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 13th November 1915

Anne E. JENNINGS, the wife of Company Sergeant Major James Jennings, died 29th April 1872

J. JENNINGS, AB, Tyneside Z/3011, R.N.V.R., Anson Bn., R.N.Div., died 27th September 1915

John JENNINGS, Private, C Coy, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Regiment, died 11th February 1903. Accidentally shot on Pembroke Ranges

A.D. JENNISON, 2nd Lieutenant, 14th Battalion, The King’s Own Liverpool Regiment, died 17th September 1916

Harry JEWELL, Sergeant, Military Provost Staff Corps, died 4th January 1927

Bessie JOHNS, the daughter of Sergeant H. Johns, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 17th November 1903, aged 2 months

Charles William JOHNS, Private, 2006, 1st/1st Surrey Yeomanry. Died of malaria, 27th September 1916, aged 23 years. The son of William John and Ann Jane Johns, of 211 Eversleigh Road, Battersea, London

Herbert Henry JOHNS, the son of Sergeant H. Johns, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 6th July 1906, aged 8 months

Ritchie JOHNS, died at Gibraltar, 4th September 1902, aged 9 months

William JOHNS, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 1st June 1881, aged 29 years

Albert Edward JOHNSON, Lance Bombardier, 1431032, 190 (6th Battalion The Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 19 years. The son of Arthur and Mary Ann Johnson, of Coseley, Staffordshire

Albert Henry JOHNSON, Corporal, 4122825, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 28 years. The son of Frederic Edmund and Mary Agnes Johnson

Bessie JOHNSON, the wife of Sergeant W. Johnson, Royal Engineers, died 27th April 1896

H. JOHNSON, Private, 12721, 9th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 14th November 1916

John JOHNSON, Private, 2636, 1st Battalion, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 21st August 1892, aged 21 years

J. JOHNSON, Private, 3/210, 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, died 27th September 1915

J.J. JOHNSON, Private, 1600, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 24th June 1915

Mary A.C. JOHNSON, the daughter of Corporal J. Johnson, died 5th August 1878

J. JOHNSTON, Sapper, 18714, 28th Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 18th September 1917

William R. JOHNSTONE, the son of Sergeant-Major William Johnstone, died 1st February 1880

H.D. JONATHAN, Private, 2795, 3rd Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), died 6th January 1916

Victor Robert JONDAHL, Private, 331, 21st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 2nd November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Erik and Annie Mary Jondahl, of The Post Office, Langwarrin, Victoria, Australia

A.V. JONES, Private, 31542, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of dysentery, 28th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John and Maggie Jones, of 64 Tydraw Street, Port Talbot

Brimley JONES, Lance-Corporal, 2318557, Royal Corps of Signals, died 15th January 1935, aged 30 years

Edmund JONES, Private, 2300, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died 21st June 1915 from his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 21 years. The son of Louisa Illingworth Jones and the late John Jones, of 41 Clevedon Street, Moston, Manchester

Edwin John JONES, Private, 1689, Q.O. Worcestershire Hussars, died 3rd September 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Henry Jones of Clifton on Teme, Worcester. The husband of Elizabeth Jones

Ernest William JONES, 2nd Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, Welch Regiment. Died of dysentery, 9th November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John and Elizabeth Jones, of 53 Staverton Road, Brondesbury Park, London. Born in Marylebone, London

Florence Annie JONES, the daughter of Lance-Sergeant W. Jones, died 19th August 1890

H. JONES, Private, 8614, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 14th July 1917

Isaac JONES, Lance Corporal, 2630, 1st/7th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of dysentery, 3rd January 1916, aged 19 years. The son of Hugh O. and Elinor Jones, of 30 Mount Street, Bala, Merioneth

J. JONES, Private, 20232, 9th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 30th April 1918

Kenneth Crossley JONES, Private, 806, 3rd Light Horse Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of enteric fever, 30th October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of George and Edith Lucy Jones, of Carnbrae, Brinsley Road East, Camberwell, Victoria, Australia

Louis JONES, Private, 2279, 6th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 17th September 1915, aged 27 years. The son of the late John and Elizabeth Jones

L. JONES, Private, 21849, 2nd Malta Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps, aged 24 years, died 20th August 1918. The son of William W. and Ellen Jones, of 5 Peniel Terrace, Blaenau-Festiniog

Mary JONES, the wife of Corporal Jones, died 23rd April 1895

Meredith JONES, Corporal, 545674, 78th Sanitary Section, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 30th October 1918, aged 35 years. The husband of Mrs. M.E. Jones, of Elm House, Rhyl

R. JONES, Private, 2011, 5th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 18th September 1915, aged 54 years. The son of Mr. A. Jones of Gwylfa, Erskine Road, Colwyn Bay

R. JONES, Private, 25088, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 23rd January 1916

Robert JONES, Private, Welsh Regiment, died 15th January 1892

William H. JONES, the son of W. Jones, died 21st May 1872

W.J. JONES, Sapper, 22585, 28th Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 26th December 1917

W.J. JONES, Gunner, 97497, 1st Coy., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 17th February 1918. The son of Mrs. Elizageth jones, of 47 Victoria Place, Abergavenny

Benjamin JORDAN, Private, 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 11th October 1895, aged 22 years

Benjamin Douglas JUPE, the son of Grace Anne and Quartermaster Sergeant Henry Herbert Jupe, Army Ordnance Corps, died 9th August 1917. Born 19th May 1917

Marshall Vivian Henry JURY, Trooper, 169, 2nd Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 25th August 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Francis and E.J. Jury, of Yeronga, Queensland

A.E. KAULFUSS, Private, DM2/130308, 603rd M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, Died of accidental injuries, 12th April 1918, aged 20 years. The son of Francis Arthur and S. Kaulfuss, of 36 Porter Road, Derby

William KAVANAGH, Private, 19167, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Reigment, died 17th December 1915, aged 40 years. The son of the late James and Mary Kavanagh, and husband of the late Elizabeth Kavanagh

Walter Russell KAY, Schoolmaster, 1st Staffordshire Regiment, died………..1882

John KEEGAN, Gunner, 1643620, 196th Bty., 65 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 28th April 1942, aged 32 years. The son of Edward and Mary Keegan, of Liverpool

Samuel KEEN, the son of Colour-Sergeant Keen, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 13th October 1906, aged 2 years 4 months. Born 30th June 1904

Gilbert KEENE, Private, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 13th November 1893, aged 23 years

Thomas KEENE, Private, Welsh Regiment, died 7th March 1890

Walter Herbert KEITH-MURRAY, Private, 6/1593, Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F., Died 27th June 1915 from his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 26 years. The son of Mrs. M.G.I. Keith-Murray, of 98 Queen’s Road, Richmond Surrey, and the late Mr. A.L. Keith-Murray

Alfred KELLY, Private, 1647, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 6th July 1915

E. KELLY, Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 2nd November 1899

Michael KELLY, Gunner, 915414, 223 Bty., 32 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942

William KELLY, Gunner, 3850045, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th May 1942, aged 39 years. The son of Thomas and Mary Alice Kelly, of Bolton, Lancashire

Frank KELSEY, Leading Aircraftsman, Royal Air Force, died 1st January 1926. Erected by the officers and men R.A.F. base Calafrana

J. KEMP, Private, 1953, 1st/5th Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, died 14th October 1915

James Williams KEMP, 3417, 4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died of dysentery, 25th September 1915, aged 36 years. The son of James William and Mary Kemp. The husband of Hannah Maria Tyrrell (formerly Kemp), of 3 Old Barge Yard, King Street, Norwich

C. KENDRICK, Lance Corporal, 20687, 6th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 2nd January 1916. The only son of the late Sarah and P. John Kendrick of 9 Shaftesbury Street, West Bromwich

John Charles KENNA, Private, 254, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 3rd September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of John and Rebecca R. Kenna, of Coonabarabran, New South Wales

H.W.J. KENNERSON, Private, 12236, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 23rd November 1915

W.R. KENNINGTON, Private, 10808, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 21st September 1915

Herbert KENT, Private, 1770, 14th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 31st July 1915

Robert Newland KENT, Private, 2294, 10th Battalion, London Regiment, died 10th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Laura Elizabeth and Robert Stanley Kent, of 350 Wick Road, South Hackney, London

Rodney Derrick KENT, Private, 6287135, 2nd Battalion, the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 24th July 1942, aged 23 years. The son of William and Lilias Hilda Kent,of Brandon, Suffolk

Lawrence KEOGH, Private, Bandsman, 28th North Gloucestershire Regiment, died 26th November 1873, aged 24 years 7 months

Duncan McLean KERR, Lance Corporal, 12211, F Coy., 7th Battalion, the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Died of his wounds, 23rd July 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John and Agnes Kerr, of 44 Princes Street, Pollokshields, Glasgow

William Ferguson KERR, Private, 44690, 35th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 7th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of James and Margaret Kerr, of Laurelbank, Bankfoot, Perthshire

S.H. KERSWELL, Private, 3008, 3rd Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), died 14th October 1915

N. KETLEY, Private, 19432, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 10th December 1915

James KEYES, Bugler, 2nd Battalion, King’s Own Light Infantry, died 5th June 1886, aged 18 years 6 months

Joan KIDBY, the daughter of W.D. Kidby, Army Schoolmaster, died 20th August 1919, aged 2 years 11 months

D. KIDD, AB, Cylde 1/176, R.N.V.R., Hood Bn., R.N. Div., died 29th August 1915

Alice M. KIGHTLEY, the daughter of E. Kightley, died 2nd February 1883

W. KILBEY, Private, 2131, 1st/7th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 28th February 1916, aged 18 years. The son of Emily and W.H. Kilbey, of 20 Hanover Road, Broad Lane, Tottenham, London

Alfred John KILLICK, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 28th April 1928

Anne Eliza KING, the wife of Sergeant Thomas King, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 16th December 1870, aged 17 years 10 months

Anne Eliza KING, the daughter of Anne Eliza and Sergeant Thomas King, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 16th December 1870, aged 2 days

Edward Tom KING, Gunner, 98647, 99th Coy., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 18th September 1917, aged 32 years. The son of Isabella and Henry W. King. The husband of Ethel King, of 221 Shelbourne Road, Bournemouth

F.W. KING, Private, 10858, 7th Battalion, Goucestershire Regiment, died 28th July 1915

William KING, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 19th August 1927

KINSELLA, Mess Steward, HMS Empress of Britain, died 10th July 1915

H. KIRK, Private, 15351, 9th Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 20th August 1915

W. KIRK, Gunner, 34414, 22nd Div. Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 23rd September 1916, aged 20 years. The son of Edwin and Charlotte Ann Kirk, of Main Street, Newthorpe, Nottingham

Isaac KIRTON, Sapper, 43319, 72nd Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 25th December 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Isaac and Sarah Jane Kirton, of Lincoln Road, Metheringham, Lincolnshire

Harry KITCHEN, Sapper, 64736, 13th Signal Coy., Royal Engineers, died 2nd September 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Mrs. Rose Annie Kitchen, of 46 Wellington Road North, Stockport

Theodore Charles KLEEBERGER, Private, 450, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 18th August 1915

E.T. KNEE, Lance Corporal, 51166, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 31st October 1917

W. KNELLER, Corporal, Rifle Brigade, died 4th October 1904

C.D. KNIGHT, Lance Corporal, 2786, 1st/5th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 2nd October 1915

W. KNIGHT, Private, 2617, 4th Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), died 18th November 1915

A. KNOWLES, Private, 2969, 5th Battalion, Connaught Rangers, died 28th April 1917

W. KNOWLSON, Private, 10961, 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 18th August 1915

I. KUSNETZOFF, Labourer, Russian Labour Corps, died 17th October 1918

Arthur Ainsworth LACEY, Private, 915, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 31st May 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Albert and Elizabeth Clara Lacey, of 109 Main Road, Glascote, Tamworth

Florence May LADD, the daughter of Sergeant W. Ladd, died 21st July 1893

E.D. LAMBERT, Private, 10291, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 12th March 1918

Frederick LAMBERT, Sergeant, 884874, 26 Defence Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 6th June 1942, aged 20 years. The son of Harry and Hannah Lambert, of Runcorn, Cheshire

Robert J. LAMBERT, the son of Corporal T. Lambert, died 8th August 1878

Sidney LAMOND, Private, 1450, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 15th August 1915

T. LANCASTER, Private, 17078, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 15th January 1916

Harry LANDEN, Lance Corporal, 761, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 7th October 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Harry and Ellen Landen, of 128 Commercial Road, Parhran, Victoria, Australia

Frederick LANE, Sergeant, 877, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 25th May 1915

J. LANGLEY, Private, 11768, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 21st August 1915

Mabel Alberta LANGLEY, the wife of Sergeant F.W. Langley, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, and daughter of Sergeant-Major Mobbs, 2nd Battalion 17th Regiment, died on her 22nd Birthday, 10th April 1899

E. LANGSTON, The Buffs (East Kent) Regiment, died 6th July 1923

Alfred LARKINS, Private, 8/891, Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 20th July 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. A.N. Larkins, of Lower Harbour, Port Chalmers, New Zealand

R. LATHAM, Private, 12346, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 5th November 1915

C. LAVERS, Private, 16975, 10th Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, died 14th February 1917

J. LAWRENCE, Private, 9554, 2nd Battalion, Gloucestershire Retiment, died 6th November 1917

Annie Edith Sabine LAWRIE, the daughter of Anna Bella and Drum Major Joseph Lawrie, 2nd Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died 16th October 1883, aged 11 months 20 days

Sarah LAWRIE, the wife of Staff-Sergeant P. Lawrie, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 26th December 1898 in Station Hospital, Valletta, aged 32 years

David LAWSON, Gunner, No.1 Company, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 1st October 1906, aged 25 years 4 months. Drowned at Tigne Point

Oscar LAWSON, Private, 1606, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry, died 18th September 1915

Arthur David LAWTON, Lance Corporal, 10988, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 9th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Arthur and Fanny Lawton, of 72 Church Street, Burslem, Stoke on Trent

Minnie G. LAWTHER, the daughter of William Lawther, died 1st April 1893

P. LAWTY, Private, 18490, 6th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, died 29th December 1915

Ernest LAYCOCK, the son of ……, died 30th March 1879

G.A. LAYCOCK, Private, 6310, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 20th December 1915

Hubert LEACH, Private, 18796, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment. Died of dysentery, 21st October 1915, aged 19 years

W.H. LEACH, Corporal, C/13481, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 7th June 1918

A . LEADBETTER, Private, G/28032, 15th Labour Coy., the Queen’s, died 30th May 1917

Edward Mervyn LEAR, Private, 1580, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 18th August 1915. The son of Thomas and Mary Lear, of Bulart, Victoria, Australia

John LECKEY, Gunner, South Irish Division, Royal Artillery, died 17th August 1882, aged 30 years

Henry LEDGERTON, Private, E Company, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 15th September 1905, aged 20 years 6 months. Erected by his comrades

T. LEDINGHAM, Private, 2287 1st/2nd Scottish Horse, died 18th September 1915

David James LEE, Bombardier, 1429200, 225 Bty., 74 LAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 29th June 1942, aged 32 years

J. LEE, Private, 2935, 1st/4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 19th August 1915

J. LEE, Private 24728, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 17th September 1918, aged 43 years, in Imtarfa Hospital.

J. LEE, Private, 3607, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 3rd September 1915

Noel LEE, Mentioned in Despatches, Brigadier-General, 6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Commanding Manchester Brigade, 42nd Division. Died of his wounds, 22nd June 1915, aged 48 years. The son of Sir Joseph Cocksey Lee, and husband of Lilian Lee, of Horsley House, Tilford, Surrey

H.B. LEECH, Private, 45432, 7th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 23rd May 1918

William LEESON, Private, 2369, C Coy., 1st/4th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 27th Septebmer 1915, aged 19 years. The only son of William and Elizabeth Leeson, of 17 College Avenue, Leicester

William LEGGAT, 2nd Lieutenant, 7th Battalion, the Cameronians, (Scottish Rifles), died 2nd July 1915 from wounds received at the Dardanelles. The eldest son of James Leggat of Glasgow

Arthur John LEIGH, the son of Staff-Sergeant Leigh, died 13th March 1908

William Keir LEIGHTON, Sapper, 2763355, 173 Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 29 years. The son of Mary Leighton and stepson of Andrew Robertson, of Cambuslang, Lanarkshire

E.P. LENEY, Private, 14635, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 25th November 1915

Fritz Ernest LERHU, Bosun, s.s. Glamorgan, died 21st December 1917

John Stein Morrison LESLIE, Private, 110, 52nd Lowland Division, Cyclist Coy., Army Cyclist Corps, (9th H.L.I.), died 26th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of John S.M. and Jean Leslie, of 14 Regent Park Terrace, Strathbungo, Glasgow

Willie LETFORD, the son of Caroline and Sergeant Henry Letford, died 30th September 1883, aged 6 months

Lindon LEVER, Private, 4130692, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 9th May 1942, aged 25 years

Frank Albert LEVEY, Ord.Signalman, J/27223, Royal Navy, HMS S/M E7, died 12th August 1915, aged 17 years. The son of F. H. and Annie Levey, of 5 New Street, Braintree , Essex. Born in South Hackney, London

Richard LEWES, Flying Officer, Royal Air Force, died 29th January 1925. Killed whilst flying at Hal Far Aerodrome. Born 19th February 1903, the younger son of John Herbert Lewes of Calcutta and Folkestone

C.P. LEWIS, Private, 500094, 3rd (Malta) Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps, died 5th June 1917

David LEWIS, Private, 24671, 12th Battalion, Welch Regiment, transferred to (488245) 203rd Coy., Labour Corps, died 2nd January 1919, aged 39 years. The son of Edward and Maria Lewis, of Chapel Lane, Dinas Powis, Cardiff

Edward J. LEWIS, Sapper, 488, Royal Engineers, died 10th January 1900 in Valletta Hospital, aged 24 years

Ethel P. LEWIS, the granddaughter of Sergeant J. Pearson, 20th December 1874

J. LEWIS, Private, 3348, 1st/5th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 30th November 1915

Thomas LEWIS, Private, 15874, 8th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 9th August 1916, aged 22 years. The son of Mr. J.H. Lewis, of 49 Bellem Road, Cwmbran, Newport, Monmouthshire

William Herbert LEWIS, Private, 50144, Canadian Army Medical Corps, died 2nd November 1916

W.E LEWIS, Private, 3293, 5th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 21st November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of David Lewis of 9 Glynmynach Street, Ynysybwl, Pontypridd

J. LIGATE, Private, 6648, 5th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 2nd October 1915

Frederick F.P. LILLEY, the son of Quartermaster W.J. Lilley, died 26th February 1894

J. LILLEY, Private, 14101, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 12th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Mrs. Maria Lilley, and husband of Ada Smith (formerly Lilley), of 8 West Leeds Street, Keighley, Yorkshire

Alexander James LINDEN, Private, 7892, 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 14th January 1916, aged 29 years. The son of Hugh and Jane Linden of Cladda House, Pinwherry, Ayrshire

James Reginald LINDLEY, Gunner, 4519, 3rd A.F.A. Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Died of nephritis, 5th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Mr. C.W. Lindley, of Devonport, Tasmania

Charles Henry LINGWOOD, Gunner, 45234, 24th Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 29th October 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late Robert Henry and Anna Elizabeth Lingwood. Born in Creeting St. Mary, Suffolk

A.H. LITTLE, Private, 76758, 13th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 29th September 1916

Henry LIVINGSTONE, Private, 4123584, 1st Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment, died 19th April 1942, aged 32 years. The son of William H. and Harriet Ann Livingstone, of Bebington, Cheshire

Sylvan Evans LLEWELLYN, Airman, Royal Air Force, died 4th January 1927

Harold LLOYD, Gunner, 1536812, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 23 years

T.W. LOCKETT, Private, 1640, 1st/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 20th June 1915

Arthur LOCO, Private, 3525140, 8th Battalion, The Manchester Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 31 years. The son of Mary Ann and John Baptist Loco. The husband of Jane V. Loco

Henry Owen LODWICK, Private, 4130814, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 8th May 1942, aged 25 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Owen Lodwick. The husband of Mrs. Marjorie Lodwick, of Little Sutton, Cheshire

W. LOGAN, Private, 7323, 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 8th December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of John Logan, of Main Street, Patna, Ayrshire

William LOLLY, Private, 98th Prince of Wales Regiment, died 26th December 1878

George Ernest LONG, Private, 728, 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 14th Augusut 1915

William Hubert LONG, Private, 1677, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of typhoid, 28th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Edwin and Mary Robertson Long, of 175 Canterbury Road, Canterbury, Victoria, Australia

H. LONGBOTTOM, Private, 12159, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 10th October 1917

James LONGDEN, Private, DM2/166262, 708th M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, attd. 605th M.T. Coy., died 16th December 1916, aged 24 years. The son of James and Harriet Longden. Born in Manchester

Walter William LONGVILLE, Bombardier, 806252, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th May 1942, aged 32 years. The son of Walter William and Esther Longville, and husband of Lilian Anne Longville, of Kingswinford, Staffordshire

Frank Leslie LONSDALE, Captain, 17th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 28th September 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Frank Edwin and Fanny Lonsdale, of 20 Charles Street, Enmore, New South Wales

Frederick Keith LOOKER, Lance Corporal, 308, 22nd Battalion Australian Infantry. Died of jaundice, 15th November 1915, aged 30 years. The third son of George Arthur and Fanny Looker, of Yambee, Neerim Road, Marrumbeena, Victoria, Australia

A.E. LORD, Private, 57645, 1st Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died 7th September 1919

C.W. LOTT, Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, died 20th July 1918, aged 22 years. The son of George and Mary Lott, of Wingham, Ontario, Canada

Walter LOVELAND, Drummer, 1st Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died 12th August 1881

E. LOWCOCK, Private, 19217, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 30th October 1915

James Harold LOWRIE, 2nd Lieutenant, 9th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, attd. 7th Battalion, died 25th January 1917, aged 22 years. The son of David and H.M. Lowrie, of 21 Martindale, East Sheen, London

Harry LOWTHER, Private, 2501. See BULTZ, the true family name

James LUCAS, Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 6th February 1896, aged 31 years

William LUCAS, Private, 16109, 6th Battalion, Border Regiment, died 18th August 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Joseph and Mary Ann Lucas, of 20 Main Street, Egremont, Cumberland

Frank William LUKEY, Private, 6/1610, Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 20th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Francis William Clark Lukey and Elizabeth Wood Lukey, of Waikari, North Canterbury, New Zealand

John LUXTON, the son of ………..Luxton, Army Ordnance Corps, died 28th June 1910

George LYNE, Bandsman, Connaught Rangers, died 4th January 1890

J. LYON, Sergeant, 9485, 2nd Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, died 1st November 1917

J.H. LYTHGOE, Private, 12331, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 2nd August 1915, aged 23 years. The husband of Mrs. F. Kelshaw (formerly Lythgoe), of 6 Belfort Street, Salford, Manchester

Bryce J. McAULEY, Bandsman, Cameron Highlanders, died 9th December 1892

Murdo McAULAY, Driver, 4401, Ross Mountain Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, died of his wounds 15th July 1915, aged 21 years

Margaret MACAULEY, the daughter of Lance-Corporal J. Macauley, died 10th June 1893

Jeremiah McCARTHY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 15th May 1884, aged 22 years 7 months

W.H. McCARTHY, Corporal, 19994, Royal Engineers, died 19th March 1892, aged 25 years

Lily McCARTNEY, the daughter of Schoolmaster T. McCartney, died 24th April 1873

Maude Mary McCARTNEY, the daughter of Schoolmaster T. McCartney, died 12th March 1872

Thomas McCLEAN, Corporal, Royal Artillery, died at sea 2nd May 1878, aged 27 years. Remembered on Royal Artillery Memorial

H. McCLUNE, Rifleman, 8937, 6th Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, died 27th September 1915, aged 18 years. The son of William and Margaret McClune, of Lodge Riddel Hall, Stranmills Road, Belfast

A. McCOLL, Engmn., 4750/E.S., R.N.R. HMS Queen IV. Drowned 11th November 1916, aged 49 years. The husband of Margaret K. McMillan McColl, of 479 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow

Alex William McCOURT, the son of Sergeant McCourt, Royal Engineers, died 11th August 1907

Lilly Mary McCOY, the daughter of William McCoy, died 26th June 1878

Robert James McCREEDY, Trooper, 74, 2nd Australian Light Horse. Died of sickness, 16th November 1915

Henry McDERMOTT, the only child, son of Maggie and Henry McDermott, died 4th February 1903, aged 2 years 1 month

Bertram J. McDONALD, the son of Sergeant M. McDonald, died 8th June 1891

Gordon McDONALD, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 21st January 1888, aged 32 years 6 months

Melvin E. McDONALD, the son of Company Sergeant Major D. McDonald, died 19th March 1871

T. McDONALD, Private, CH/14760, Royal Marines Light Infantry, Chatham Bn., R.N. Div., died 15th June 1915

Charles Reynolds McDOUGALL, 2nd Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. died of pneumonia, 16th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Henry Leslie and Emily McDougall. Born in Maitland, New South Wales

W. McDOUGALL, Sapper, WR/553223, Inland Water Transport, Royal Engineers, died 21st July 1919, aged 29 years. The son of Thomas and Flora McDougall, of 29 Dorset Street, Glasgow

Joseph McFADYEN, Sapper, WR/202954, Railway Operating Div., Ryal Engineers, died 3rd May 1920, aged 22 years. The son of Peter and Catherine Collins McFadyen, of 2 Barrs Brae, Port Glasgow

Andrew McFARLANE Lance-Sergeant, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died October 1876

R.M. McGEORGE, Private, 1247, 1st/7th Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), died 26th August 1915

Doris McGINNITY, the daughter of QuarterMasterSergeant M. McGinnity, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 14th October 1914

Frederick Charles McGINNITY, the son of Sergeant McGinnity, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 26th December 1908

Joseph MacGOWAN, MD, Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 18th September 1915, aged 44 years. The husband of Margaret Arnott MacGowan, of 63 Edgemount Gardens, Langside, Glasgow

W. McGRANAGHAN, Private, 2486, 29th Division, Cyclist Co., Army Cyclist Corps, died 1st October 1915

J. McGREGOR, Sergeant, 86, 1st/3rd Scottish Horse, died 24th October 1915, aged 36 years. The son of James and Jane McGregor. Born at Edzell, Brechin

Edward Henry McHUGH, Private, 1500, C Coy., 1st/7th Battalion, Manchester Regiment. Died of his wounds, 28th June 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John and Mary McHugh

Charles Bruce McINTOSH, Private, 8/970, Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 14th August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Charles and Jessie McIntosh, of Hedgehope, Southland, New Zealand

George McINTOSH, Sergeant, 71st Highland Light Infantry, died 21st February 1878, aged 35 years

W. MACINTYRE, Private, 2279, 1st Lovat’s Scouts, died 13th November 1915

Thomas McKAIN, Private, 6/686, 1st Battalion, Canterbury Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of tetanus, 23rd July 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McKain, of Weraroa, Levin, New Zealand

D. MacKAY, Private, 5156, 1st/2nd Lovat’s Scouts. Died of his wounds, 25th December 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Thomas and Farilie MacKay, of Scouriemore, Lairg, Sutherland

John MacKAY, Private, 225533, 10th Battalion, Cameron Highlanders. Died of his wounds, 26th May 1917, aged 29 years. The son of John William and Jessie A. MacKay, of Talmine, Lairg, Sutherland

J.R. McKAY, Driver, T/187, Lowland Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 30th June 1916, aged 20 years

Frederick Robert McKEAN, Private, 2071, A Squadron, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, died 10th Decembver 1915, aged 23 years. The son of John and Margaret McKean, of Birchburn, Shiskine, Isle of Arran

John McKECHNIE, Piper, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 19th July 1889

Howard Taylor McKERN, Corporal, 454, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 16th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of James and Mary Eldridge McKern, of Murrurundi, 17 Redan Street, Mosman, New South Wales

Harry McKIERNAN, the son of QuarterMaster Sergeant H. McKiernan, died 17th October 1882

A. McKILLOP, Private, 5866, 10th Battalion, Black Watch, died 31st August 1916

Alexander McKINNON, Trooper, 537, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 1st September 1915

James MACKINNON, the son of Sergeant W. Mackinnon, 74th Highlanders, died 29th August 1874, aged 6 years 6 months

William McKINNON, Private, 456, 25th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 26th November 1915

Anderson MACKINTOSH, Corporal, 467, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 19th August 1915, aged 39 years. The son of David and Elizabeth Mackintosh. Born in Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire

Bernard David McLAREN, Lance-Corporal, 72231, 15th Motor Air Line Sect., Royal Engineers, died 21st June 1915, aged 34 years. The son of David and Margaret Alice McLaren, of Staxton, Scarborough

James McLAUGHLIN, Lance-Corporal, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 8th October 1890

Edgar Gordon McLEAN, Private, 1796, 27th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 5th December 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Alexander and Jane Caroline McLean, of 172 Avenue Helensdale, Glenelg, South Australia

Thomas MACLEAN, Trooper, 793, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 20th August 1915, aged 18 years. The son of the late William Maclean and Charlotte Maclean, of Cardiff, New South Wales

W.R.E. MACLEAN, Barrack Warden, formerly Pipe Major, 2nd Battalion, Gordon Highlanders, died 6th December 1901

J. McNEE, Private, 8619, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 16th August 1915

Robert McPHAIL, Private, 2818, Cameron Highlanders, died 27th November 1893, aged 22 years

A. McPHEE, Private, 2026, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 2nd October 1915

Kenneth Milton MacPHEE, Corporal, 1777, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 23rd August 1915, aged 26 years. The son of William Alexander and Adeline Mary MacPhee. The husband of Winnie E. MacPhee, of 241 Pitt Water Road, Manly, New South Wales

Donald MACPHERSON, Private, 5495224, 1st Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 19th April 1942, aged 27 years. The son of Archibald and Mary Macpherson, of Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight

Neil MACPHERSON, Private, 1470, 5th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles), died 18th October 1915, aged 17 years. The son of Allan Kenneth and the late Jane Cameron Macpherson, of 21 Perth Street, Edinburgh

Alexander Duncan McQUATTIE, Shoesmith, 1749, Fife and Forfar Yeomanry, died 1st November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Alexander and Magdalen McQuattie, of Tannadice Village, Forfar

Henry McSHANE, Private, 878, see SCARFF the true family name

Reginald William McSHERRY, the son of Sergeant McSherry, died 26th October 1909

Eric Lindsay MAGILL, Corporal, 474, 7th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds 20th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of William John and Malvina Magill, of Bogan Gate, New South Wales

Frederick MAGNESS, Private, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 7th June 1890

Cyril Cuthbert MAGUIRE, Private, 76801678, R.A.P.C., died 25th April 1942, aged 34 years. The son of Charles Joseph and Mary Elisabeth Maguire, of Watford, Hertfordshire

D. MAILER, Private, 4031, 1st/1st Scottish Horse, died 22nd October 1915

Stewart Stanley MAIR, Captain, 175675, R.A.M.C., 39 General Hospital, died 18th April 1942, aged 25 years. The son of Captain William Craig Mair and Helenora Easton Mair, of Shawlands, Glasgow

A.G. MAISEY, Bugler, 38675, 28th Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 14th October 1918, aged 16 years

William Aberdeen MALCOLM, Major, Royal Army Medical Corps, attd. 1st/11th Battalion, London Regiment. Died of dysentery contracted at Gallipoli, 3rd October 1915, aged 54 years. The son of George and Helen Rattray Malcolm. The husband of Helen Agnes Malcolm, of 64a Anson Road, Tufnell Park, London N.7. Born in Dundee

William J. MALLEY, the son of W.O. Malley, died 12th July 1888

J. MALONE, Private, 2725, Lancashire Fusiliers, died Thursday 28th June 1900, aged 30 years

Thomas Patrick MALONEY, Corporal, 4122349, 1st Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, died 9th May 1942, aged 35 years. The son of Thomas and Cathrine Maloney, of Ballinagore, Co.West Meath, Ireland

J. MANDERS, Lance Corporal, died 19th July 1880, aged 26 years

Adam MANDERSTON, Private, 2628, Cameron Highlanders, died 12th May 1893

Ngore William MANGAROA, Private, 16/400, N.Z. Maori (Pioneer) Battalion. Died 30th December 1915 of pleurisy, following wounds he received at Gallipoli. The brother of Miss Kuhu Mangaroa, of Kakahi, Main Trunk, New Zealand

A. MANNING, Private, 79751, 11th Battalion, Welch Regiment, formerly 1st Battalion King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Died of pneumonia, following wounds he received, 19th November 1918, aged 32 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. A Gander. Born in Hendon, London

H.W. MANNIX, Sergeant, 1st South Staffordshire Regiment, died 16th September 1882

John Stephen Francis William MANSELL, Gunner, 1777003, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 33 years

Beatty Pownall MANSFIELD, Private, 10753, 1st Battalion, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, died 22nd November 1916, aged 26 years. The son of Robert and Mary Campbell Mansfield, of 14 Saddell Street, Campbelltown

William MANSFIELD, Lance Corporal, 10643, 6th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, died 3rd September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John Christopher and Caroline Mansfield

William George MANUEL, Gunner, 1821, 3rd A.F.A. Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Died of enteric fever, 5th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of the late Mr. Manuel and Matilda Manuel, of 13 Hastings Street, New Glenelg, South Australia

William S. MARCH, the son of W. March, died 22nd July 1891

Robert John MARCOMBE, Private, 377, 26th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 29th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Fanny and William Harvey Marcombe, of Upper Dee River, Mount Morgan, Queensland, Australia

Albert Edward MARKHAM, Private, 3/2563, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment. Died of his wounds, 8th January 1916, aged 39 years. The husband of Catherine Louisa Markham, of 112 Dale Road, Canning Town, London

W. MARKWELL, Sergeant, 27786, 6th Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died 29th March 1917, aged 26 years. The son of Isaac and Mary Ann Markwell, of 8 Terrace, Saham Toney, Thetford, Norfolk

George Stanley MARLOW, Trooper, 9/846, Otago M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 12th September 1915. The son of Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Marlow, of Waitara, New Zealand

Georgina MARLOWE, the daughter of William Marlowe, died 18th June 1884

J.R.J. MARLOWE, the son of William Marlowe, died 26th April 1883

William E. MARLOWE, the son of William Marlowe, died 25th January 1885

A. MARSDEN, Private, 7373, 1st Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 14th April 1918

J. MARSDEN, Private, 13516, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died of his wounds, 14th June 1915, aged 33 years. The husband of Louisa Marsden, of 13 Raby Street, Bolton

E. MARSH, Private, 17727, 11th (attd 7th) Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 12th December 1915, from frostbite contracted at Gallipoli. Erected by his mother

Edward MARSH, Private, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 20th August 1924

F. MARSH, Private, 13554, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of dysentery, 14th September 1915, aged 27 years. The son of George and Julia Marsh, of Kirton Lindsey, Lincolnshire. The husband of Lily Leaning (formerly Marsh) of 36 Henry Street, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Gertrude M. MARSH, the daughter of Colour-Sergeant E. Marsh, died 12th September 1894

Martha Elizabeth MARSH, the wife of Bandmaster G. Marsh, Seaforth Highlanders, died 13th August 1897

W. MARSH, Private, 20747, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 27th September 1915, aged 43 years. The son of John and Martha Marsh, of West Smethwick, Staffordshire. The husband of Rebecca Marsh, of 1 Back, 93 Parsonage Street, Oldbury, Worcestershire

Alan MARSHAL, Private 163, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 23rd July 1915. The son of Samuel and Agnes Marshal, of The Bungalow, Esk, Queensland

Marie MARSHALL, the daughter of Major Marshall, died 27th February 1920

Thomas MARSTON, Private, M2/120754, 603rd M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, Died of dysentery, 12th January 1918, aged 42 years. The son of Thomas and Mary Marston, of 15 South Road, Englefield Green, Surrey

Percy Charles MARTIN, Sapper, 1471, 1st/2nd (Kent) Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 8th Decembver 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Henry and Margaret Martin, of 1 Providence Street, Ashford, Kent

R. MARTIN, Lance Corporal, 16764, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 24th August 1915

Robert MARTIN, Major, Royal Artillery, died 19th August 1923

Robert Hugh MARTIN, Private, 75965, 1st/1st Derbyshire Yeomanry. Died of his wounds, 14th March 1918, aged 21 years. The son of Harry and Jeanetta Martin, of Glenbourne, Totley Rise, Sheffield

Tom MARTIN, Private, SS/20185, 28th Labour Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 27th July 1916, aged 42 years. The son of the late William and Annie Martin, of East Stour. The husband of Alice V. Martin, of East Stour, Gillingham, Dorset

William MARTIN, Private, S/12558, 10th Battalion, Royal Highlanders, Black Watch, died 13th January 1917, aged 21 years. From West Mill, Perthshire

W. MARTIN, Private, 35923, 8th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 16th September 1917

Florence E. MASON, the wife of Herbert P. Mason, Royal Engineers, died 29th September 1904, aged 33 years

John MASON, Private, died by drowning 9th June 1907, aged 22 years. From Northallerton, Yorkshire

H. MATHEWS, Private, 3578, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 16th November 1894, aged 20 years 7 months

David MATTHEWS, Private, 8/1800, Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died 13th August 1915, of his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 35 years. The son of William and Elizabeth Matthews. Born in Glyncorrwg, Wales

T.B. MATHEWS, Private, S4/035692, 40th Field Bakery, Royal Army Service Corps, died 18th Decembver 1915

J. MAXWELL, Private, 2151, 1st/10th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 1st July 1915

K.J. MAXWELL, Lance Corporal, 46695, 13th Signal Coy., Royal Engineers, died 16th November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Walter and Sarah Matilda Maxwell, of 14 Marine Avenue, Westcliff on Sea, Essex. Born in Hornsey, London

James Frederick MAYALL, Royal Engineers, died 4th July 1884

A.G. MEAD, Yeoman of Signals, 231046, Royal Navy, HMS Europa, died 7th November 1915

Anna MELIA, the wife of Private M. Melia, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 11th July 1885, aged 28 years

Gordon MELLIE, the son of Sergeant S. Mellie, MS Corps, died 15th June 1895

David MERCER, Lance Corporal, 482, 1st/3rd Battalion, Highland Light Infantry, died 3rd October 1915, aged 40 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mercer, of Glasgow. The husband of Margaret Kyle Mercer, of 8 Fleming Street, Garscube Road, Glasgow

George Alexander MERCER, Private, 1386, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 21st July 1915

Harry MERCER-SMITH, Lance Corporal, 995, 9th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 17th June 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Sydney and Amy Mercer-Smith, of Camoola, Gladstone Road, South Brisbane, Queensland

John Joseph MERRICK, Private, 12/2032, Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died 24th August 1915, of his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 27 years. The son of Joseph and Eliza Merrick, of 12 Ireland Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand

Percival Charles MERRITT, Private, 568, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 26th October 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Mr. J.A.F. and Ann Merritt, of Clarendon, South Australia

Frederick Hanson MERRY, Corporal, 1389, 1st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 14th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Thomasina Merry and the late James Belford Merry. Born in Dublin, Ireland

Samuel MERRYLEES, Corporal, Royal Artillery, died 22nd December 1883, aged 37 years. The husband of Sarah Anna Merrylees, killed at Fort Manoel

G. MERSH, Private, 25438, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, aged 30 years, died 2nd September 1918, in Imtarfa Hospital

S. MESSENGER, Private, Army Hospital Corps, died 15th March 1891

B. METCALFE, Private, 12714, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 10th December 1915

A. METHVEN, Private, S.25409, 2nd Battalion, Cameron Highlanders, died 23rd November 1918

R.J.C. MEYRICKE, Major, 58th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 26th January 1916

S. MICALLEF, Private, 10064, A Coy., 1st Battalion, King’s Own Malta Regiment (Militia), died 15th April 1918, aged 27 years. The son of Vincenzo and Concetta Micallef, of 23 Strada Via Marsa, Hamrun

D. MICHIE, Gunner, 69972, 101st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 19th October 1916, aged 24 years. The son of Alexander and Jessie Michie, of 1 Sinclair Streeet, Lochee, Dundee

L. MIDDLETON, Private, G/7046, 2nd Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 23rd June 1916

Annie C. MIDLANE, the daughter of Charles Midlane, died 28th June 1892

Saviour MIFSUD, Gunner, 20275, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 23 years. The son of Joseph and Anne Mifsud, and husband of Rita Mifsud, of St. Pauls Bay

Arthur MILES, Private, 8/600, Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of dysentery, 25th August 1915, aged 32 years. The son of Thomas John and Susan Helena Miles, of 258a High Street, Dunedin

W.J.G. MILLARD, Private, 32162, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 10th December 1918

J. MILLDOON, Private, 18689, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 30th October 1915

E.J. MILLER, Private, 13788, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 9th December 1915

James MILLER, Private, 1794, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 8th December 1888

F. MILLS, Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 31st July 1896, aged 24 years. Died whilst bathing at Pembroke Camp

J. MILLS, Private, 1393, 1st Battalion, Royal Munster Fusilier, died 7th December 1915

J. MILLS, Private, 18029, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 2nd September 1915

John MILLS, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 17th May 1888,

J. MILLWARD, Private, 20705, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 19th December 1915

MINTON, …., the son of S.M. Minton, Army Service Corps, died 9th April 1911

J. MITCHELL, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 17th July 1890

J.W. MITCHELL, Private, 20157, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 7th September 1915

W. MITCHELL, Gunner, 59698, 65th (Malta Garrison) Coy., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 8th January 1917

Daniel Morgan MIZEN, Sapper, 920622, 173rd Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 21 years. The son of David Thomas and Margaret Ellen Mizen, of Abercregan, Cymmer, Glamorgan

Noel Campbell Kyrle MONEY, Major, 22nd Punjabis attached 5th Battalion, Connaught Rangers, died 6th September 1915, aged 33 years, from wounds received at Gallipoli

L.G. MONK, Private 23764, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 29th December 1915

Henry MOODY, Sergeant, 29282, Postal Sect., Royal Engineers, died 10th February 1916, aged 34 years. The son of William and Elizabeth Moody, of 95 Devon Street, Fishpool, Bury, Lancashire

Joseph MOON, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 24th August 1889

Charles Herbert MOORE, the son of Schoolmaster J. Moore, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, born…. March ….,died …………May 1871

Dorothy MOORE, the daughter of Bombardier Moore, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 15th October 1909

Frederick MOORE, the son of Bombardier Moore, Royal Garrison Artillery, 13th died October 1909

Frederick Edward MOORE, the son of Bombardier Moore, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 27th July 1908

Gerald Alexander Clifford MOORE, Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Died 11th July 1915, of his wounds received at Gallipoli on 28th June, aged 24 years. The only son of Alexander Moore, of Badgeworth Court, Cheltenham

H. MOORE, Private, 3974, 5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, died 24th September 1915

Maude Eleanor MOORE, the daughter of Schoolmaster J. Moore, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, died 27th August 1871, aged 15 months

Vernon John Morgan MOORE, Sergeant, 7584502, R.A.O.C., attd. 2nd Battalion, The Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 27 years

T. MORECROFT, Private, 83429, 38th General Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 14th June 1917, aged 20 years. The son of Mr. T. Morecroft, of 13 North Street, Littleover, Derby

Edmund Morse MORGAN, QuarterMaster Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 29th December 1884, aged 26 years

F.H. MORGAN, Private, 390, A Coy., 1st/4th Battalion, Welch Regiment. Died of dysentery, 5th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs.T.H. Morgan, of 34 Dew Street, Haverfordwest

John William Hood MORGAN, Private, 23104, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment attd. 273rd Railway Coy., Royal Engineers, died 13th October 1918, aged 36 years. The son of Thomas and Catherine Morgan, of St. Leonards on Sea. The husband of Edith May Morgan, of 6 Newgate Road, Bohemia, St. Leonards on Sea

T.G. MORGAN, Private, 12989, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 18th August 1915

W.H. MORGAN, Private, 23542, 8th Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 30th April 1917

John MORISON, Private, 1102, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 12th June 1915

David MORRIS, Corporal, 17974, 42 Coy., Royal Engineers, died 15th December 1892, aged 30 years

Ethel MORRIS, the daughter of Sergeant Morris, 3 Company, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 26th October 1909

F. MORRIS, Private, 6540, Worcestershire Regiment, died 11th December 1907

George Rice MORRIS, Sergeant, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1888, aged 30 years. The son of the Reverend Ebenezer Morris, Vicar of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire

Phoebe MORRIS, the wife of Gunner Charles Morris, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 30th September 1904, aged 36 years

G. MORRISON, Private, 12804, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment, died 14th August 1915

N. MORRISON, Pioneer, 41801, 7th Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 4th September 1915

Charles Gordon MORTIMER, Lieutenant, Royal Field Artillery, attached 24th Anti-Aircraft Bty., died 21st October 1916, aged 26 years. The son of Charles White Mortimer and Mrs. Mortimer. Cadet of the Royal Military College, Canada, Barrister at Law, Canadian Bar. Born in Los Angeles, U.S.A. His father was H.B.M. Consul in Los Angeles

W. MORTON, Sapper, 50333, 139th Army Train Coy., Royal Engineers, died 22nd December 1916

G.H. MOSSOP, Private, 18786, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 15th October 1915

L. MOSTON, Private, 6670, XV Corps Cyclist Battalion, Army Cyclist Corps, died 29th September 1918

F. MOTTRAM, Private, 17556, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 9th July 1915

Albert MOUNCE, the son of Company Sergeant Major Mounce, Royal Engineers, died 6th June 1917

F. MUMFORD, Private, 16483, see GRIFFIN, the true family name

Richard Patrick MUNCEY, Sergeant, 70661, IX Army Corps H.Q. Signal Coy., Royal Engineers, died 13th November 1915, aged 53 years. The husband of Louisa Mary Muncey, of 21 Wray Crescent, Tollington Park, Finsbury Park, London

W. MUNDAY, Private, 15054, 2nd Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. Died of sickness, 7th November 1918, aged 23 years. The son of William and Elizabeth Munday, of 33 Llewllyn Street, Trecynon, Aberdare

William MUNRO, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 11th July 1885, aged 26 years

William Donald MUNRO, Private, 648, 1st/3rd Scottish Horse, died 1st November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Munro, of 4 Earlston Place, Edinburgh

J. MURPHY, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 8th August 1878, aged 24 years

John MURPHY, Gunner, 1106718, 26th Defence Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 11th July 1942, aged 38 years. The son of Anthony and Rose Murphy, and husband of Jean Hannah Murphy, of Waterlooville, Hampshire

R. MURPHY, Private, 1852, 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles), died 12th July 1915

Hugh MURRAY, Armourer Sergeant, 636, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 21st August 1915, aged 41 years. The son of David and Agnes Murray. Born in Scotland

John MURRAY, Bombardier, Royal Artillery, died 11th October 1898, aged 24 years

R. MURRAY, Private, 5107, 1st/2nd Lovat’s Scouts, died 5th November 1915

W. MURRAY, Private, 17405, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 10th November 1915

W.H. Keith MURRAY, Private, New Zealand Force, died 27th June 1915

D. MURRIN, Private, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, 9th May 1879, aged 26 years 9 months. Drowned at Mercanti Rocks

J.H. MURT, Lance Corporal, 10224, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regimnent, died 19th August 1915

Joseph Robert MUSTOE, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 14th December 1893, aged 20 years

George MUTCH, Corporal, 1381, 1st/7th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry. Died of peritonitis, 13th October 1915, aged 33 years. The son of James and Catherine Mutch, of 232 Edgefauld Road, Springburn, Glasgow

G.F. MYCOCK, Private, 17761, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 26th December 1915

Vincent Fosbery NANCARROW, Lieutenant, 7/688, Canterbury M.R. N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 4th August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Richard and Phillipa A. Nancarrow, of Christchurch, New Zealand

Frederick A. NATION, the son of Sergeant A. Nation, died 12th March 1892

Fanny NEALE, the daughter of Bombardier Neale, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 22nd February 1909

J.T. NEALE, Private, 12779, D Coy., 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 15th October 1915, aged 41 years. The husband of Mary Ann Sheppard (formerly Neale), of 201 King’s Street, Fenton, Stoke on Trent

J. NEILL, Private, 316740, 13th Battalion, Black Watch, died 8th October 1917

John William NEILSEN, Trooper, 9/979, Otago M.R. N.Z.E.F. Died 3rd September 1915, from wounds he received at Gallipoli, aged 19 years. The son of Henry and Margaret Neilsen, of Youngs Road, Papakura, Auckland, New Zealand

Adam NELSON, Sergeant, 74th Highland Regiment, died 26th December 1874, aged 21 years

W.R. NESTLING, Private, 12384, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 3rd January 1916

Charles Robert NEVINS, Corporal, M2/119989, Base M.T. Depot, Royal Army Service Corps. Died of dysentery, 11th December 1917, aged 44 years. The son of Mary and Thomas Forster Nevins, and husband of Jane Nevins, of 18 Marson Street, Warrington

J. NEWBOUND, Private, 7/18318, 7th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 4th October 1916

G. NEWCOMBE, Company Sergeant Major, Royal Engineers, died 7th December 1894

Jane Ethel NEWLAND, the daughter of Jane Barber and Edward Reynolds Newland, died 12th December 1885. Born 3rd February 1881

S. NEWNS, Sergeant, 12321, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 22nd November 1915

Thomas John NEWSON, Private, 10/928, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 13th September 1915, aged 21 years

Robert NEWSTEAD, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 6th August 1877

Gerald NEWTON, Private, 3251, Suffolk Yeomanry, died 1st November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Mr. G.S. and Mrs. M.A. Newton, of Malzie Lodge, Hills Avenue, Cambridge

R. NICHOLLS, Private, 13459, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 27th December 1915

William NICHOLSON, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 13th May 1889, aged 25 years

Richard NICKEAS, Private, 1784, 1st/7th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 17th November 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Thomas and Hannah Martha Nickeas, of 64 Bristol Street, Hulme, Manchester

Gilbert NIXON, Gunner, 1523772, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 24 years. The son of Charles and Elsie Nixon, of Tonbridge, Kent

Elizabeth NOLAN, the daughter of James Nolan, RIF, died 3rd February 1870

Michael NOLAN, the son of James Nolan, RIF, died 31st March 1862

Michael NOLAN, the son of James Nolan, RIF, died 2nd December 1869

G.B. NORMAN, Private, 8590, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 14th November 1916

Albert NORRIS, Bombardier, 1560204, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 22nd April 1942, aged 29 years

Elizabeth Emily NORRIS, the wife of Sergeant George A. Norris, Army Ordnance Corps, died 16th January 1905, aged 36 years

H. NORTH, Lance-Corporal, King’s Royal Rifles, died 30th December 1895, aged 33 years 4 months

William Maxwell NORVELL, Corporal, 828, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 14th August 1915, aged 32 years. The son of Edward Charlton Norvell and Frances Harding Norvell, of Oak Tree, Winlaton Mill, Blaydon on Tyne

William NOTHDORFT, Sergeant, 98th Prince of Wales Regiment, died 1st December 1877, aged 28 years

Charles NOVELL, the son of Sergeant Charles Novell, died 30th September 1876

Charles F. NOVELL, the son of Sergeant Charles Novell, died 13th January 1881

William H. NOVELL, the son of Sergeant Charles Novell, died 30th December 1880

Sidney NURSE, Gunner, 3953122, 484 Bty., 4 Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 20th April 1942, aged 35 years. The husband of Charlotte Nurse, of New Dock, Llanelly, Carmarthenshire

G. NUTTALL, Private, 2358, 1st Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 29th April 1918

George James O’BRIEN, Gunner, 1777080, 4 H.A.A. Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th May 1942. The son of George J. and Nellie O’Brien, of Welling, Kent

Standish de Courcy O’GRADY, Lieut-Colonel, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 23rd December 1920, aged 48 years. The eldest surviving son of Captain Standish de C. O’Grady, Castle Connell, Co. Limerick, and husband of Esther Alice O’Grady, of Holooden, Bagenalstown, Ireland. Born in Limerick

William Paul O’GRADY, Corporal, 1872375, 16 Fortress Company, Royal Engineers, died 3rd/4th May 1941, aged 23 years. The son of John P. and Mary O’Grady, of Lismore, Co.Waterford, Ireland

Patrick Timothy O’SULLIVAN, Private, 6343265, 2nd Battalion, the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 24 years. The foster son of Hanna Collins, of Cork, Ireland

Eileen Mary OAKSHOTT, the daughter of Constance Mary and Walter E. Oakshott, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 22nd September 1898

Samuel ODELL, Trooper, 809, 6th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 19th August 1915

Thomas Alexander OGILVIE, 2nd Lieutenant, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 18th August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of John and Elizabeth Ogilvie. Born at Willliamstown, Victoria, Australia

Albert E. OLIVER, the son of Henry Oliver, died 1st July 1890

A.F. OLIVER, Lance Corporal, 3452, C Coy., 2nd Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 8th October 1916, aged 24 years. The son of Mrs. Sarah Oliver, of 309 Guinness Buildings, Lever Street, London EC1

Charles Edwin OLIVER, Private, 18153, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died of his wounds, 19th September 1915, aged 38 years. The husband of Ellen Oliver, of 25 Rodney Street, Salford, Manchester

D. OLIVER, Private, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 7th November 1879, aged 24 years 9 months

Florence R. OLIVER, the daughter of Henry Oliver, died 23rd January 1889

Malcolm Bruce OLIVER, Private, 1554, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 6th September 1915

Mary Baillie ORR, the daughter of Christina and Colour-Sergeant John Orr, 74th Highlanders, died 18th August 1874. Born 5th May 1873

J.L. OSBORNE, Gunner, 161670, Base Depot, Royal Field Artillery, died 10th May 1918

Harold Edward OSMOND, Private, 12833, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 3rd November 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Edward Osmond, of 21 Broomfield Street, Caerphilly, Cardiff

Doris Stonenhoff OVERTON, the daughter of Corporal Overton, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 19th September 1910, aged 1 year 2 months

C.W. OXLEY, Private, 16755, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 26th September 1916.

Frederick PACE, Driver, British Red Cross Society, died 27th September 1918, aged 27 years. The husband of Mrs. E.M. Pace, of 17 Heybridge Avenue, Streatham, London

William PAINTING, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 11th January 1893

Albert Walter PAISH, Private, 1082, 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of his wounds, 12th July 1915, aged 35 years. The son of Harry and Mary Ann Paish, and husband of S. E. Paish, of Aldgate, South Australian. Born in West Brighton, England

Arthur Frederick PALMER, Sergeant, T2/14153, 475th H.T. Coy., 10th Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 8th September 1916, aged 35 years. The son of the late Dr. and Mrs. W. Grimes Palmer

Emily Clara PALMER, the daughter of George Palmer, died ………….

R.R. PANTER, Private, 3/10163, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 15th May 1916

Paetaha PAORA, Private, 16/201, N.Z. Maori (Pioneer) Battalion. Died of phthisis, died 4th February 1916. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Kohatu Paora, of Taup, Rotorua, New Zealand

James PARK, Private, 74th Highland Regiment, died 8th October 1875

Thomas PARK, Private, 884, Lanarkshire Yeomanry, died 6th November 1915, aged 18 years.The son of Thomas and Agnes Park, of Hardgate Farm, Shieldhall, Glasgow

Herbert Thomas PARKER, Private, 1944, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery, 24th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of John Goldsack Parker and Fanny Steward Parker, of Monbulk, Victoria, Australia

L.L. PARKER, Private, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Regiment, died 8th July 1896, aged 21 years

Wilmot Babington PARKER SMITH, Lieutenant, 1st/3rd Scottish Horse. Died 11th September 1915, from his wounds received at Suvla Bay, aged 30 years. The son of the Rt. Hon. James Parker Smith, of Jordanhill and Mary Lousa Hamilton, of Calcutta

Charles PARKIN, Private, died 21st June 1901

G. PARKIN, Driver, 7151, C Bty., 115th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 11th October 1917

F. PARKINSON, Private, 15296, 12th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 15th August 1916

Eliza Hasgill B. PARKS, the wife of Quartermaster Sergeant S. Parks, died 8th June 1872

W. PARRY, Private, 9617, 6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 15th June 1915

J.F. PARSONAGE, Private, 1821, 1st/7th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 16th June 1915

Edward Osmond PARSONS, P.O.Mech., F/3129, Armoured Car Division (Dardanelles) R.N.A.S. Died of dysentery, 10th October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of William and Mary Parsons, of Emberton, Olney, Buckinghamshire

Henry PARSONS, Private, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, died 22nd February 1873

J.P. PARSONS, Gunner, 87833, 15th Brigade, Ammunition Col., Royal Horse Artillery, died 17th February 1916, aged 29 years

Henry James PARTRIDGE, Private, 1993, 14th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 25th August 1915, aged 30 years. The son of James and Sarah Ann Partridge. The husband of Kathleen Partridge, of 10 Salisbury Terrace, Taunton

Thomas PATTON, C.S.M., 323, 7th Battalion, Australian Inantry. Died of his wounds, 9th August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Michael and Christina Patton. Born at Noorat, Victoria

W. PAULL, AB, J/2379, Royal Navy, HMS Europa, died 23rd July 1915

George PAYNE, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 17th November 1888

Robert PAYNE, Private, 2420, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 18th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of George and Hellen Payne, of 77 Howe Street, Derby, Born in Glasgow

William PAYNE, Private, 1st Battalion, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 24th November 1892, aged 27 years

W. PEACOCK, Private, Army Hospital Corps, died 15th March 1891

Albert PEARSON, Pioneer, 138993, 270th Railway Coy., Royal Engineers. Died of malaria, 27th August 1916, aged 40 years. The son of Mrs. Caroline Pearson of 1 Goding Street, Vauxhall, London

E. PEARSON, Private, 12031, 6th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died 5th Septebmer 1915

J.W. PEARSON, Gunner, 20997, 90th Heavy Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 19th November 1915

J.W. PEARSON, Private, 46262, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 17th October 1918

W. PEDLEY, Corporal, 2865, 1st/5th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 16th November 1915

J. PEGG, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 30th May 1886, aged 31 years

Tom PENNEY, Sergeant, 994, 4th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 22nd August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Frederick and Mary Penney, of 4 Glover Street, Birkenhead

T. PENNY, Private, 1413, 1st/9th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 6th June 1915, aged 21 years. The son of William and Lizzie Penny, of 12 Waterloo Street, Dukinfield, Cheshire

E.G. PEPPERRELL, Lance Corporal, 68901, 11th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 30th September 1918

J. PERRY, Private, 3712, East Surrey Regiment, died 20th September 1893

J. PETERS, Private, S/6142, A Coy., 10th Battalion, Black Watch, died 6th May 1917, aged 19 years. The son of Mrs. J. Peters of 6 Brooklyn Terrace, Mumbles, Swansea

Herbert PETTITT, Private 14510, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died 3rd January 1916, aged 19 years. The son of Percy and Harriett Pettitt, of Waterloo Place, Tonbridge, Kent

T. PEVERLEY, Private, 10919, 6th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, died 11th October 1915

Alfred John PHILLIPS, Gunner, 3947076, 484 Bty., 4 Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 20th April 1942, aged 41 years. The son of Harry and Mary Ellen Phillips, of Llanelly. The husband of Gladys Phillips, of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire

Frederick PHILLIPS, Sapper, 24 Coy., Royal Engineers, died 25th December 1899, aged 23 years

A.R. PHIPPS, Lance Corporal, 2324357, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died 29th October 1916

William PICKFORD, Private, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 4th May 1905, aged 26 years 7 months. Drowned at Mellieha

George A. PIERCY, the son of George Piercy, died 28th November 1895

Nannie B.M.A. PIERCY, the daughter of George Piercy, died 8th August 1896

Ann PIKE, the wife of Quartermaster Sergeant J. Pike, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 19th February 1804, aged 24 years

Arthur William PIKE, Private, 1334, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 31st July 1915, aged 31 years. The son of James and Sarah Ann Pike. Born in London

Harold Edward PIKE, Private, 13319, 3rd Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, attd., 7th Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died 6th May 1916, aged 31 years. The husband of Mrs. L.A. Akehurst (formerly Pike), of Tennyson House, Davis Road, Parkstone, Dorset

Ivan Charles Eli PINKER, Private, 10395, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 27th September 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Arthur and Ellen Pinker, of 8 Watkins Yard, Westbury on Trym, Bristol

William Henry PITHER, Lance-Corporal, East Surrey Regiment, died 27th June 1893, aged 24 years

E. PITMAN, Rifleman, B Company, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 7th May 1906, aged 26 years

J. PLANT, Private, 12390, 8th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 22nd August 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Plant, of Weston Point, Runcorn, Cheshire

E. PLUMMER, Private, 14715, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 6th July 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Ernest and Sarah Plummer, of 39 Seldon Road, Nunhead, London

S.L. PLUMMER, Private, 16723, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 2nd January 1916, aged 21 years. The son of Stephen and Ellen Plummer, of 8 Bardolph Road, Bungay, Suffolk

Frederick William POLLDORE, Private 359, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 2nd October 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Stephen and Mary Ann Polldore, of 96 Park Road, St. Peters, Sydney

C.H. PONTING, Private, 14321, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 17th December 1915

Alfred Thomas POOLE, Sergeant, 151, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 20th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late Lydia Poole and Alfred Thomas Poole, of Nelsons Plains, New South Wales

 

Elsie POOLE, the daughter of Eleanor and Colour-Sergeant Edward Poole, 4th Battalion, Rifle Brigade, died 18th February 1906. Born 28th October 1903

R. POOLE, AB, Z/44, R.N.V.R., Nelson Bn., R.N.Div., died 23rd August 1915

E. POPPLE, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, died 26th November 1897, aged 28 years

G.F.W. PORCH, Gunner, 85773, A Bty., 99th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 20th October 1918

Albert Henry PORTCH, the son of Anne Elizabeth and Corporal Walter George Portch, Royal Engineers, died 10th November 1884, aged 10 weeks

Annie Elizabeth PORTCH, the wife of Corporal Walter George Portch, Royal Engineers, died 1st December 1884, aged 26 years

Walter George PORTCH, Corporal, 15thy Coy., Royal Engineers, died 14th February 1885, aged 26 years

Carmel PORTELLI, Private, 7508, Malta Pioneer Group, Malta Territorial Force, died 23rd August 1943

Peter PORTELLI, Gunner, 20099, 11 HAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 9th May 1942

Elsie PORTSMOUTH, the daughter of Corporal Portsmouth, Royal Engineers, died 7th February 1909

John POSTGATE, Private, Army Hospital Corps, died 15th March 1891, aged 29 years

James POTTER, Private, 11129, 6th Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of dysentery, 28th July 1915, aged 35 years. The son of James and Alice Potter

Lionel POTTRELL, Private 10370, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 29th August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of William and Naomi Pottrell, of Blashford, Ringwood, Hampshire

Neville Swift POTTS, Private, 17624, 7th Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, died 10th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of George and E.A. Potts, of The Lodge, Standon, Stafford

Charles F. POULTON, …………….., died 5th July 1869

A.J. POWELL, Private, 1273, 6th Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died 25th September 1915

W.F. POWELL, Private, Y/15839, 7th Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, died 26th August 1915

G.S. PRATLEY, Gunner, 73599, 205th Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 20th December 1917

Edward Thomas PRATT, Sergeant, 42368, 67th Field Coy., Royal Engineers. Died of his wounds, 20th November 1915, aged 29 years. The son of Mrs. Mary Ann Pratt, of 45 Chester Road, Castle, Northwich

John C.P. PRESTON, the son of John Preston, died 1st September 1894

S.S. PRESTON, Private, 4th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 12th October 1915

E.J. PREVETT, Private, 2106, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 15th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Herbert and Alice L. Prevett, of 23 Western Road, Haywards Heath, Sussex

Fanny PRICE, the wife of Sergeant J.C. Price, died 3rd January 1892

F.G. PRICE, C.S.M., 9288, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 12th January 1916

C. PRIDMORE, Driver, T4/092247, 34th Reserve H.T. Park, Royal Army Service Corps, died 19th October 1916

A. PRITCHARD, Private, 18783, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 25th December 1915

John Alfred PRITCHARD, Corporal, 1111, 4th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died 13th August 1915, of wounds he received at Gallipoli, aged 31 years. The son of the late Archibald Pritchard and Jane Pritchard (nee Connell) He served with the Royal Marines Light Infantry for 12 years

Charles PROCTOR, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, died 11th November 1872, aged 33 years

Jack PRYKE, Rifleman, R/41211, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, posted to Prince of Wales Own Civil Service Rifles, died 23rd December 1917, aged 19 years. The son of Alfred and Ann Pryke, of Holbrook, Ipswich

Paul PSAILA, Sapper, 5075, Royal Engineers, Malta Territorial Force, died 1st April 1942, aged 27 years. The son of Anthony Psaila and M. Anne Psaila (nee Pace), and husband of Maria Concetta Psaila, of Valletta

J.S. PUGH, Private, 5999431, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment. Drowned 1st May 1921, aged 29 years. The son of Arthur W. and Isabella Pugh

Cyril Roland PUGHE, Bombardier, 879202, 190 (6th Battalion The Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 22 years. The son of Elsie May and Humphrey James Pughe, of Yardley Wood, Birmingham

J.E. PULESTON, Private, 2616, 2nd/9th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. Died 4th October 1915, from his wounds received at Gallipoli, aged 19 years. The son of John E. and Elizabeth Puleston, of 324 The Broadway, West Hendon, London

H.B. PULMAN, Private, 1981, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 11th November 1915

L. PURKISS, Private, 16743, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 19th November 1915

C.T. QUANCE, Sergeant, 15623, 6th Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 15th September 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Robert and Maud Quance, of 13 Paget Street, Grangetown, Cardiff

Joseph QUARRY, Private, 55957, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 5th September 1915, in Imtarfa Hospital, aged 19 years. The son of George and Charlotte Quarry, of Orchardmains, Innerleithen, Peeblesshire. Erected by his brother William

Angus David George QUAYLE, Sapper, 4/271, No. 18 Field Coy., N.Z. Engineers. Died of enteric fever, 3rd August 1915, the son of the late William Quayle, of Palmerson North, New Zealand

William F. QUINE, Private 13562, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 10th November 1915, aged 39 years. the husband of Sarah Quine, of 5 Brighton Place, Liverpool Street, Salford, Manchester

Edward Leslie RABBITTS, Gunner, 443, 3rd Bty., 1st Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Died of sickness, 25th July 1915, aged 25 years. Erected by his relations in Sydney and his compatriots in Dorrico, N.S.W., Australia

A. RACKHAM, Private, 11677, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 16th November 1915

H. RACKLEY, Seaman, 3128B, R.N.R., HMS Europa, died 22nd July 1915

F. RADCLIFFE, Private, 10897, 1st/6th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 25th November 1915

James Edward Hebden RADFORD, Lance Corporal, 175, 3rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 22nd August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Edward John and Ellen Hebden Radford, of Waverton, Croydon Avenue, Croydon, New South Wales

Edward RAIKES, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 24th June 1880, aged 22 years

Harold RAINEY, Private, 2009, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 7th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of George and Mary Rainey, of Scotts Creek, South Australia

Fred RAISTRICK, Driver, 781546, D Bty., 130th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of pneumonia, 7th October 1918, aged 24 years. The son of Leonard and Mary Raistrick, of 10 Princeville Road, Bradford, Yorkshire

Thomas G. RAMPTON, the son of G. Rampton, died 11th June 1874

Robert Fraser RAMSAY, Private, 1300, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 7th December 1915

G. RAMSBOTTOM, Private, 14836, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 26th December 1915, aged 33 years. The son of Hannibal and Agnes Ramsbottom, and husband of Annie Ramsbottom, of Grove House, Manchester Road, Accrington

Charles Henry RANDALL, Quartermaster Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 10th August 1885, aged 35 years. He left a widow

Joseph Henry RANDALL, Private, 10/1624, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 21st August 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Emile and George Ely Randall. Born at Burnie, Tasmania

Victor A. RANDALL, the son of Charles Randall, died 7th October 1884

T. RANDLES, Private, Deal/3106(S), R.M. Medical Unit, R.N. Div., died 8th January 1916

Alfred Charles RANN, Trooper, 340, 11th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 26th November 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Alfred and Lucy Rann, of Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight

A.W. RANSOM, C.S.M., 11, 1st/1st Kent Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 10th November 1915, aged 33 years. The son of James and Ellen Ransom, and husband of Louisa Ransom, of 107 St. Marys Road, Tonbridge, Kent

H.J. RANSON, Private, SS/17765, 25th Labour Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 12th March 1917

Oscar Emil RASMUSSEN, Private, 1811, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 6th October 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Christian Neils and Oline Rasmussen, of Priorgade 5, Aalborg, Denmark

Hubert Rigaud RATHBONE, Private, 2275, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 10th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Isabella and Frank Broomfield Rathbone, of Granton, Tasmania

John Peter RATHBONE, Private, 3526551, 8th Battalion, the Manchester Regiment, died 9th April 1942, aged 28 years

John Appleton RAW, Private, 18174, 6th Battalion, Border Regiment, died 8th December 1915, aged 21 years. The son of John and Jane Raw, of Reeth, Richmond, Yorkshire

Christopher Thomas RAWLINSON, Private, 2658, 1st/4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 20th August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Robert and Sarah Rawlinson, of 254 Bolton Road, Darwen, Lancashire

Henry Robert RAYMENT, Private, 24755, 9th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 10th November 1917, aged 25 years. The son of Joseph Thomas and Chrissie Rayment, of 30 Ainslie Street, Ulverston, Lancashire

W. READ, Private, T4/056583, 29th Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 24th June 1915, aged 25 years. The son of James and Mary Ann Read, of The Rank, St.Mary Bourne, Andover

Harry READER, Lance Corporal, 14371, 2nd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment, died 18th July 1919, aged 21 years. The son of George and Mary Reader, of 21 Queens Street, Long Eaton, Nottingham

Samuel READETT, Private, 2165, 1st/4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 12th August 1915, aged 30 years. The son of Frederick William and Maria Readett, of 13 Spring Lance, Witton, Blackburn

Elizabeth M.A. REDDERSON, the daughter of Adolph Redderson, died 14th May 1890

Edward John REDMAN, Staff Sergeant, 4075533, 173 Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, died 2nd April 1942, aged 31 years. The son of Ellen Mabel and William John Redman, of Colchester, Essex

Charles REDMAN, Gunner, 10743, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 8th May 1942, aged 18 years. The son of Edward and Phillippa Redman, of Paola

Amelia A. REED, the daughter of Henry Reed, died 4th December 1891

Frederick W.H. REED, the son of Henry Reed, died 27th October 1891

Russel REES, Private, Welsh Regiment, died 16th March 1891

William REES, Private, 12076, 1st/7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Died of dysentery, 23rd November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rees, of Ystrad Fawr, Llandefeilog, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire

Herbert Joseph REEVE, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Herefordshire Regiment. Died of dysentery, 24th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of William James and M.A.E. Reeve, of Grasmere, Clarence Road, Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham

A.J. REEVES, Corporal, SS/11744, 27th Labour Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 6th November 1915

Gaius REEVES, Private, 16841, B Coy., 9th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 29th July 1916, aged 27 years. The husband of Daisy Reeves, of 2 Coteford Street, Tooting, London

D. REID, Rifleman, 8502, 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, died 11th October 1914, aged 25 years

Walter James REID, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 11th November 1910

Arthur Julius RENNISON, the only son of Captain A.J. Rennison, Indian Army, died 11th October 1914. Died at sea on the Troopship Dilwara. Born 29th December 1912

Ernest A. RENTON, the son of E. Renton, died 11th February 1887

Ethel A. RENTON, the daughter of E. Renton, died 13th August 1883

Mabel O. RENTON, the daughter of E. Renton, died 15th April 1886

Sydney A. RENTON, the son of E. Renton, died 30th December 1884

Mary F. RESIDE, the daughter of Corporal C. Reside, died 30th July 1878

W. REYNOLDS, Gunner, 15522, 43rd Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 24th May 1917, aged 37 years

J. RHODES, Private, 11033, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 18th September 1915, aged 30 years. The son of John Rhodes, of Osgodby, Lincoln

W. RICH, Private, 13894, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 3rd November 1915

Joseph Edwin RICHARDS, Private, 5833, 1st Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died of dysentery, 1st September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Simeon and Elizabeth Richards, of 19 The Inhedge, Dudley

J.J. RICHARDS, Private, S/307504, Station Supply Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 15th April 1918

W. RICHARDS, Driver, 92589, 54th Brigade, Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 31st May 1918

G. RICHARDSON, Gunner, 63348, 117th Brigade, Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 21st October 1916

Victor Francis RICHARDSON, Private, 9970, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 23rd November 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Mrs. Jane Richardson, of 2 Howard Place, Framfield Road, Uckfield, Sussex

H. RIDDLE, Private, 9251, 9th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 31st August 1915

H.N. RIDSDALE, Private, 25102, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 3rd March 1918, aged 25 years. The stepson of Mr. C.E. Whaley, of 12 Brereton Avenue, Cleethorpes Lincolnshire

William RIGG, Private, 24/671, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 9th September 1918, aged 44 years. The son of John and Isabella Rigg, of Leazes Street, Gateshead

Bertram C. RIGGS, the son of Corporal J.H. Riggs, Royal Artillery, died 16th April 1896

Robert Edward RILEY, Private, 946, 26th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 22nd December 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Thomas and Eliza Riley, of Latrobe, Tasmania

T.W. RILEY, Private, 1329, 1st/4th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 2nd September 1915

C.J. ROBBINS, Private, 19899, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 16th June 1915

G. ROBBINS, Private, 06630, 18th S Coy., Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Died of malaria, 25th August 1916, aged 22 years. The son of Frederick and Elizabeth Jackson Robbins. The husband of Olive Robbins, of 38 Catherine Street, Knowle Park, Keighley, Yorkshire

W. ROBBINS, Stoker 1st Class, SS/115704, Royal Navy, HMS Europa, died 1st October 1915

A. ROBERTS, Private, 13568, 6th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, died 21st September 1915

Archibald ROBERTS, Major, 6th Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment, formerly 95th Russell’s Infantry (Indian Army). Died 22nd August 1915, from his wounds received at Suvla Bay, aged 47 years. The son of Major A.H. Roberts (Madras Infantry). The husband of Mrs. M. Ferguson (formerly Roberts), of The Beeches, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Clarence Rupert ROBERTS, Corporal, 289, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 13th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of John C. and Emma Roberts, of 36 Loch Avenue, Ballarat,Victoria, Australia

C.S. ROBERTS, Private, 35552, 39th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, Died of malaria, 7th September 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Thomas Roberts of 75 Birmingham Road, Lichfield, Staffordshire

D.J. ROBERTS, Corporal, 292, 6th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 23rd August 1915, aged 23 years

David Owen ROBERTS, Private, 81079, 2nd Garrison Battalion, The King’s Own Liverpool Regiment, formerly (37404) 3rd Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers. Died of dysentery, 27th July 1917, aged 19 years. The son of Owen and Catherine Roberts, of Rhosgadfan, Caernarvonshire

Harry ROBERTS, Private, 11666, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 29th July 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Evan and Elizabeth Roberts, of Treffos Lodge, Menai Bridge, Anglesey

Reginald Vaughan ROBERTS, the son of Sergeant Dale Roberts, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 22nd June 1902, aged 2 years 2 months

S.H.H. ROBERTS, Private, 9695, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 22nd August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of John Thomas Roberts, of 27 Howard Street, Coventry

C. ROBERTSON, Private, 1875, 1st/2nd Lowland Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 28th October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Robert and Mary Ann Stevenson Robertson, of Orchard Street, Galston, Ayrshire

F.W. ROBERTSON, Gunner, Royal Garrison Regiment, died 23rd January 1901, agded 21 years

James ROBERTSON, the son of Sergeant J. Robertson, died 27th July 1872

R. ROBERTSON, Private, 4798, 2nd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 8th July 1916

Alexander Sumner ROBINSON, Corporal, 429, 1st/4th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 5th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of the late Samuel Henry and Sarah Robinson, of 2 Cedar Street, The Woodlands, Birkenhead

C.E. ROBINSON, Private, 2392, 1st/8th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 10th June 1915

Clifford Kossuth ROBINSON, Lance Corporal, 7/1280, Canterbury M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 8th December 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Kossuth and Mary Selina Robinson, of 47 Downleaze, Stoke Bishop, Bristol

Harold ROBINSON, Fusilier, 3457488, 11th Battalion,Lancashire Fusiliers, died 25th April 1942, aged 27 years. The son of Arthur and Mary Robinson. The husband of Dorothy Robinson, of Failsworth, Lancashire

R.N. ROBINSON, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 9th May 1896, aged 22 years

E. ROBSON (served as HARDIE ), Private 1562, 8th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 31st July 1915

J.A. ROBSON, Sergeant, 1838, 2nd/1st Northumberland Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 9th November 1916, aged 26 years. The son of James and Jane Robson, of 4 The Villas, Red Hill, Durham

Bernard ROCHESTER, Private, 7272, Pompadours, died 4th February 1905

Robert Edward ROCKLIFF, Private, 2015, 11th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 4th August 1915, aged 27 years. The son of the late John Bullen Rockliff and Eliza Mary Tullock (formerly Rockliff), of 19 Ocean Road, Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia

Thomas McFarlane RODGER, Shoesmith, 5110, 1st/2nd Scottish Horse. Died 23rd December 1915, of his wounds received at Gallipoli on 7th December, aged 19 years. The son of John Murrie Rodger and Jane McFarlane Rodger, of 1 Hillyland Crescent, Perth

C. RODGERS, Private, 10327, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 17th August 1915

W.J. ROFFE, Bandsman, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 24th March 1905

A. ROGERS, Private, 10181, 2nd Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 23rd May 1916. The son of William Rogers of 70 Bower Yard, Iron Bridge, Shropshire

Albert ROGERS, Private, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 16th January 1891

Harry ROGERS, twin son of Sergeant-Major Harry George Rogers, 1st Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 31st July 1904. Born 4th July 1904

Jack ROGERS, twin son of Sergeant Harry George Rogers, died 8th December 1904. Born 4th July 1904

James William ROGERS, Private, 11356, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Died of his wounds, 16th June 1915, aged 20 years. The son of William J. and Elizabeth Rogers, of 24 South Road, Reigate, Surrey

John ROGERS, Private, 1054, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 18th October 1915, aged 30 years. The son of John and Ada Rogers, of 83 Bingfield Street, Caledonian Road, London

J. ROLLO, Private, 8104, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 5th July 1915, aged 32 years. The son of the late George and Esther Rollo, of Percy Main, Northumberland. The husband of Annie Harker Codling (formerly Rollo), of 9 Yeoman Street, North Shields

Freddie ROSE, the son of Armourer Staff Sergeant Rose, Army Ordnance Corps, died 17th November 1910, aged 3 months

G. ROSE, Private, Worcestershire Regiment, died 22nd July 1897

R. ROSE, Bombardier, 843, 1st/4th Lowland Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 12th October 1915

D. ROSS, Lance Corporal, 1012, 1st/1st Highland Mounted Brigade, Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 20th November 1915, from dysentery contracted at Suvla Bay, aged 22 years. The son of the Reverend R. and Julia Ross, of The Whins, Kenneth Street, Inverness

D. ROSS, Private, 5209, 2nd Lovat’s Scouts, died 21st October 1915

F.J. ROSS, AB, J/339, Royal Navy, HMS Europa, died 16th August 1915

F. ROTHWELL, Lance Corporal, 7909, 12th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 21st November 1916

William ROTHWELL, Private, 1989, 21st Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 5th November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Robert and Sarah Rothwell, of 13 East Street, Feniscowles, Blackburn

William John ROUD, 1st Battalion, Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, died 25th July 1894, aged 23 years

F. ROUSE, Private, 2600, 2nd/9th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, died 28th November 1915

Douglas William ROWE, Private, 2249, 1st/3rd East Anglian Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 22nd September 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Percy and Lily Madeline Rowe, of 2 Greenholm Road, Eltham, London

John Peacock ROWE, Private, 25136, A Coy., 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Died of pneumonia, 23rd September 1918, aged 27 years. The son of Matthew and Mary Ann Rowe, of Middlesbrough

L.A. ROWE, Lance Corporal, 4356, 4th Battalion, The Rifle Brigade, died 23rd November 1917

H. ROWLES, Corporal, 9965, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 16th November 1902 in Valletta Hospital

A. RUDD, Private, PO/18458, Royal Marines Light Infantry, Portsmouth Bn., R.N. Div., died 14th December 1915, aged 17 years. The son of Edward and Elizabeth Rudd, of Nosterfield Gate House, Wath, Ripon, Yorkshire

Edith Emma RUDD, the daughter of Sergeant R. Rudd, died 15th November 1894

Henry RUDD, Private, 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, died 14th August 1894, aged 19 years

William Thomas RUSHTON, Gunner, 796, 5th Bty., 1st East Lancashire Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of his wounds, 15th July 1915, aged 21 years. The son of George and Elizabeth Ellen Rushton, of Oswaldtwistle, Accrington

Philip Gordon RUST, Private, 7666418, R.A.P.C., died 25th April 1942, aged 26 years

Marion H. RUTHYEN, the daughter of W.J. Ruthyen, Schoolmaster, Civilian, died 27th June 1896

John RYDER, Corporal, 26890, 24th Company, Royal Engineers, died 27th December 1909. aged 36 years 

T.O. RYLAND JONES, Sergeant, C Coy, 2nd Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 19th January 1899, aged 25 years

Albert Edwin SABY, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 30th March 1927

Henry John SACKREE, Corporal, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 15th June 1890

J.F. SAGGERS, Private, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 25th September 1897

Anthony SALIBA, Private, 6901, King’s Own Malta Regiment, died 19th April 1942. The son of Joseph and Mary Saliba (nee Cini), of Zebbug, Gozo

P.J. SALMON, Private, 19194, 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 12th October 1915, aged 19 years. The son of George Salmon, of 44 St.Elmo Road, Shepherds Bush, London

John SAMMUT, Private, 51611, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Malta Regiment, died 25th April 1942

Michael SAMMUT, Gunner, 40469, 11 HAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 10th May 1942

Alice SANDERS, the wife of Sergeant Moses Sanders, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 31st March 1884, aged 25 years 3 months

C.H. SANDERS, Lance Corporal, 14219, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 6th December 1915

Walter SANDERS, Sergeant, T4/212522, 111th Horse Transport Coy., 22nd Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps. Died of neuritis, 22nd November 1916, aged 23 years. The son of the late B. and Elizabeth Sanders, of 26 Alexandra Road, Grimsby

John Goudie SANDILANDS, Sapper, 1902055, 173 Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 33 years. The son of William and Ellen Jane Sandilands. The husband of Martha Sandilands, of Islington, London

Benjamin SANKEY, Private, 6809, 2nd Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 7th May 1916, aged 37 years. The husband of Mrs. E Sankey, of 15 Severn Street, Bridgnorth, Shropshire

Eric Arthur SARGISSON, Trooper, 11/820, Wellington M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died 13th September 1915, from his woulnds received at Gallipoli. The brother of G.M. Sargisson, of Porongahau, New Zealand

William SATCHELL, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 24th November 1898, aged 28 years

Herbert SAUNDERS, Corporal, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 20th December 1910

John Ernest SAUNDERS, Signalman, 2325411, Royal Corps of Signals, died 27th June 1940, aged 21 years. The son of Ernest George and Annie Saunders, of Edmonton, London

W.M. SAUNDERS, Private, 14415, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borders, died 27th September 1915

I. SAUNTER, Private, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 9th May 1879, aged 22 years 10 months. Drowned at Mercanti Rocks

Woodes SAYE, Sergeant, 3111, Pompadours, died 8th January 1905

A. SAYER, Private, 1671, 1st/2nd East Anglian Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 29th December 1915, aged 20 years The son of Mr. H.J. Sayer, of 2 Curtiss Buildings, Thorn Lane, Norwich

W. SCALLY, Lance-Corporal, 6203, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 27th April 1901, aged 21 years

Matthew Henry SCARFF (served as McSHANE), Private, 878, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 20th July 1915, aged 29 years. The son of George and Mary Jane Scarff. The husband of Edith Scarff, of 28 Bagnall Street, Anfield, Liverpool

J. SCARISBRICK, Private, 3033, 27th Casualty Clearing Station, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 18th October 1918

Carmel SCHEMBRI, Gunner, 8096, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 13th July 1942, aged 32 years. The son of Carmel and Angiolina Schembri, of Marsa

J. SCHOFIELD, Private, 14424, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 10th November 1915

Stephen SCHOLEY, Private, 4130693, 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 10th May 1942, aged 25 years. The son of Stephen and Isabella Scholey, of Oldham, Lancashire

Ernest Leslie SCOTT, the son of Mary and William Scott, B.M. 2nd Regiment, died 16th September 1878

John Edward SCOTT, Trooper, 13/1056A, Auckland M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 4th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of James E. and Lucie C. Scott, of Kinohaku, Kawkia, New Zealand

Leslie Burnard SCOTT, the son of Corporal Scott, 4th Battalion, Royal Garrison Regiment, died 5th February 1903, aged 6 months

W. SCRIVEN, Private, 13682, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 20th November 1915

Frank William SCRIVENS, Trooper, 79, 10th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 20th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of John Daniel and Alice Scrivens, of 38 Liverpool Road, Portsmouth

Robert George SCUTTS, the son of Matilda and Sergeant Samuel Scutts, 98th Regiment, died 22nd July 1876, aged 1 year 2 months

Dorothy A.J. SEARE, the daughter of Colour-Sergeant A. Seare, died 7th December 1899

John SEATON, Sergeant, 3079, 1st Scottish Horse. Died of enteric fever, 22nd November 1915, in St.George’s Hospital, aged 36 years. The son of Donald and Betsy Seaton, of Blair-Atholl, Perthshire. Valet to His Grace the Duke of Atholl

Henry SEBURY, Private, 8619, Connaught Rangers, died 27th June 1907

S. SEDDON, Private, 13331, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 11th December 1915

T. SELLARS, Lance Corporal, 12186, 6th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 26th September 1915, aged 36 years. The husband of Mrs. S.H. Sellars, of 51 Swan Street, Attercliffe, Sheffield

G. SENIOR, Staff-Sergeant, Comt.Transport Corps, died 6th June 1883, born 9th August 1848

William John SERGENT, 2262, 3rd A.F.A. Brigade, Australian Field Artillery. Died of his wounds, 7th May 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Henry and Mahala Sergent, of Plinburne, Hurworth, New Plymouth, New Zealand

Daisy Amelia SETTIFER, the daughter of Sergeant Settifer, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 3rd July 1911

Frederick William SETTLE, Gunner, 2/736, 1st Bty., N.Z. Field Artillery. Died 3rd July 1915, of wounds he received at the landing in Anzac Cove. The son of Joseph and Ellen Settle, of Bolton

Herbert William SEXTON, C.S.M., 935, 1st/2nd East Anglian Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 30th October 1915, aged 21 years. The son of James and Elizabeth Sexton, of Homleigh, Gun Lane, Knebworth, Hertfordshire

John Talbot SHAKESPEARE, the son of Lieutenant A.Talbot Shakespeare, Royal Engineers, died 3rd November 1911, aged 7 months

Ernest Arthur SHANNON, Private, 8/2726, Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness, 2nd December 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Arthur and Emma Shannon, of North Revell Street, Kokitika, New Zealand

H. SHARLOCK, Sapper, 25763, Royal Engineers, died 6th April 1899 in Valletta Hospital, aged 32 years

Frederick John SHARMAN, Sapper, 48172, 100th Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 9th May 1918, aged 26 years. The husband of Emily Florence Sharman, of 71 Cambridge Street, Coventry

G.A.W. SHARMAN-COATES, Private, 16519, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 8th October 1915

J. SHARP, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 1st December 1892

Laurie SHARP, Lieutenant, 153845, 8th Battalion, Kin’g Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster), died 15th July 1943, aged 24 years. The son of Herbert and Alice Sharp, of Dalton in Furness, Lancashire

William SHARPE, Trooper, 795, 2nd Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 13th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of David and Emily Sharpe, of Glenlyon, Stanthorpe, Queensland

Arthur SHAW, Sergeant, 27409, Royal Engineers, died 31st December 1908

James SHAW, Private, 5909, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 28th July 1899, aged 23 years

John Alexander SHAW, Corporal, 182, 8th Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 16th August 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Frederick and Elizabeth Shaw. Born in Terang, Victoria, Australia

Stafford Atkinson SHAW, Private, 3584, 7th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of dysentery, 28th November 1915, aged 21 years. The son of George and Mary Elizabeth Shaw.

Thomas SHAW, Private, 3080, C Coy., 1st/7th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 24th November 1915, aged 31 years. The son of James and Annie Shaw, of 2 Florence Street, Moss Side, Manchester

John SHEAN, Private, Somerset Light Infantry, died 1st July 1909

G.A.V. SHELDRAKE, Royal Air Force, died 1st April 1923

Edmund Hicks SHEPHERD, Lance Corporal, 5616622, 2nd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, died 8th May 1942, aged 28 years. The son of Ernest and Evelyn Shepherd, of Cornwood, Devon

William A. SHEPHERD, the son of F. Shepherd, died 9th June 1874

James John SHERIDAN, C.Q.M.S., 19619, 1st Garrison Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 28th January 1916, aged 52 years. The son of James and Sarah Sheridan. The husband of Sarah Sheridan (nee Kelly), of 74 Dumbarton Road, Clydebank, Glasgow

F.G. SHERRIFF, Lance Corporal, M2/148173, 766th M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, attd. Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of malaria, 18th January 1917, aged 22 years. The son of George and Eveline Sherriff, of 23 The Avenue, Gipsy Hill, London

George William SHERVILL, Sergeant Major, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, died 1st July 1927, aged 43 years

John SHIPP, Corporal, Dorset Regiment, died 9th January 1924, aged 23 years

O. SHIRTLIFF, Private 12485, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 5th January 1916

Hugh Robert SHRIMPTON, Private, 3/106A, Field Ambulance, N.Z. Medical Corps. Died of sickness, 29th September 1915, aged 21 years. The son of the late Frank and Bessie Shrimpton, of 44 Disraeli Street, Addington, Christchurch, New Zealand

W. SIDDALL, Private, 17369, 6th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 15th April 1916

H. SIDNEY, Private, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 18th June 1900, aged 22 years 3 months

Saviour SILLATO, Gunner, 10677, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 20th July 1942, aged 19 years. The son of Paul and Carmen Sillato, of Sliema

John SIMM, Gunner, 911163, 190 (6th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Bty., Royal Artillery, died 7th April 1942, aged 20 years, The son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Simm, of Newton Heath, Manchester

G. SIMMONDS, Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles, died 6th June 1893, aged 24 years

Rosa Helen SIMMONDS, the daughter of Bombardier C. Simmonds, died 5th March 1882

Thomas SIMMONDS, Private, 3324, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 22nd August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Simmonds, of 10 Little South Street, Coventry

Ernest SIMMONS, Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 7th July 1903

Thomas Henry SIMMONS, Lance Corporal, 163534, 12th Labour Battalion, Royal Engineers, died 26th September 1916

Arthur Frederick SIMPSON, Corporal, 4602348, Royal Engineers, Malta Territorial Force, died 2nd September 1942. The son of Mary Ann Simpson, and husband of Adelaide Simpson, of Gzira

E. SIMPSON, 25298, Private, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, aged 31 years, died 16th September 1918, in Imtarfa Hospital

Malcolm Henry SIMPSON, Private, 1741, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of enteric fever, 20th July 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Alexander and Jane Simpson, of 16 Culvert Street, Parkside, South Australia

Albert SIMS, Private, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died 7th August 1901, aged 24 years. Drowned at Ghain Tuffieha

A. SINCLAIR, Private, 3135, 1st Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), died 21st October 1915

William SINGER, Private, D Company, 2nd Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry, died 30th November 1908, aged 34 years

William SINGLETON, Private, 31970, 12th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 23rd June 1917, aged 28 years. The son of C. and M.A. Singleton, of Potwell, Purbrook, Hampshire

Albert Ernest SISSEN, Private, 2606, B Coy., 1st/4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died of enteric fever, 1st October 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Emma Rebecca and Frederic Arnold Sissen, of 40 Edinburgh Road, Norwich

J. SKELHORN, Private, 7093, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 8th June 1901

S.F. SKIDMORE, Private, 22396, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 26th December 1915

A. SKINNER, Private, 200068, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 12th March 1918

Esther Elizabeth SKINNER, the daughter of Elizabeth and George Skinner, Royal Artillery, died.….. 1873, aged 2 years 17 days

Louisa Sarah Meletta SKIPWORTH, the daughter of Mary Ann and Samuel Skipworth, Royal Artillery, died 25th July 1883, aged 9 months

Edwin William SLATER, Private, 8/1838, Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 2nd September 1915

Radford SLATER (served as SMITH), Private, M2/139088, 603rd M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps. Died of dysentery, 1st September 1916, aged 29 years. The son of Stephen and Hannah Emily Slater, of Farnah Green, Derby

James SLATTERY, the son of Elizabeth and Sergeant Michael Slattery, died 7th October 1870, aged 9 years 3 months

Sarah Anne SLATTERY, the daughter of Elizabeth and Sergeant Michael Slattery, died 23rd October 1870, aged 5 years 1 month

William SLEET, Private, 9600, 1st Battalion, Border Regiment, died 3rd July 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Mrs. Emma Sleet, of 127 Graham Road, Dalston Lane, London

Alice SLINGSBY, the wife of Staff-Sergeant Charles Slingsby, Army Pay Corps, died 9th November 1915, aged 34 years, leaving a husband and children

G.G. SLOMAN, Private, 21211, 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 15th May 1916, aged 28 years. The husband of Daisy Mary Sloman of 9 Charlwoods Road, East Grinstead, Sussex

A.B. SMAIL, Private, 6474, 1st/4th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 25th November 1915

Raymond SMALL, Private, 4126274, 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 9th May 1942, aged 23 years. The son of Leonard and Edith Elizabeth Lucy Small, of Alvaston, Derby

C. SMART, Pioneer, 16563, B Bty., Royal Horse Artillery, died 13th January 1916

Frederick SMART, Private, M2/077783, 9th Motor Ambulance Convoy, Royal Army Service Corps. Died of dysentery, 24th June 1916, aged 21 years. The son of Albert and M.A. Smart, of 175 Inverness Place, Roath Park, Cardiff

Richard James SMETHURST, Private, 2517, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 28th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of John Thomas and Christina McDonald Smethurst, of 120 Head Streeet, Gardenvale, Victoria, Australia

A.E SMITH, Private, PO/15999, Royal Marines Light Infantry, Portsmouth Bn., R.N. Div. Died of enteric fever, 16th October 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Daniel Charles and Eliza Smith, of 50 Fairview Streeet, All Saints, Cheltenham

Alfred John SMITH, Private, 241, 23rd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 25th January 1916, aged 20 years. The son of Alfred James and the late Lydia Mary Smith, of Llanryd, Main Road, Moonah, Tasmania

Constance Wilhelmina SMITH, the daughter of Mary Ann and Corporal Thomas Smith, 14th Battery, Royal Artillery, died 13th May 1878, aged 1 year 11 months 13 days

E. SMITH, AB, Wales Z/392, R.N.V.R., Nelson Bn., R.N. Div., died 12th October 1915

F. SMITH, Private, 15492, 8th Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s Regiment, died 5th October 1915

Frank Charles SMITH, Private, 2623, D Coy., 1st/7th Battalion, Essex Regiment. Died of dysentery, 5th December 1915, aged 19 years. The only surviving son of Charles John and Emma Agnes Smith, of Abridge, Romford, Essex

F.J. SMITH, Private, 14770, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 3rd October 1915, aged 22 years

G. SMITH, Private, 2947, 1st/5th Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, died 1st January 1916

George SMITH, Private, Welsh Regiment, died 7th December 1890

H.M. SMITH, Lance-Corporal, Australian Imperial Forces, died 17th June 1915

H.W. SMITH, Private, 11581, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 18th December 1915

James SMITH, Private, 12205, 28th Casulalty Clearing Station, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 19th October 1918, aged 24 years. The son of Mrs. Mary Smith, of 90 Pinnox Street, Tunstall, Stoke on Trent

James Joseph SMITH, Private, 5498447, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 8th May 1942

Katherine Alicia SMITH, the wife of Sergeant J.W. Smith, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 24th May 1896

Lindsay SMITH, Private, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 12th June 1878

Luisa Maude SMITH, the daughter of Mary Ann and Corporal Thomas Smith, Royal Artillery, died 20th August 1879

Margaret SMITH, the wife of Quartermaster Sergeant Donald Smith, C&T Corps, died 30th July 1887

Neil McLeod SMITH, the son of Georgina and Colour-Sergeant H.L. Smith, Royal Engineers, died 11th December 1872, aged 9 months

P.H. SMITH, Rifleman, 3366, 11th Battalion, London Regiment, died 27th October 1915

R. SMITH, Private, M2/139088, see SLATER, the true family name

T. SMITH, Private, 2527, Cameron Highlanders, died 26th January 1893, aged 20 years 10 months

Thomas Henry SMITH, Gunner, 870213, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 22 years. The son of Thomas and Adelaide Smith, of Derby

V. SMITH, Lance Corporal, TF/1790, 5th Battalion, the Buffs, attd. 2nd/4th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment. Died of septicaemia, 18th Septbmer 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, of 2 The Hill, Cranbrook, Kent

William SMITH, Private, 13th Somersetshire Prince Albert’s Light Infantry, died 9th December 1873, aged 23 years

William SMITH, Lance-Corporal, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 25th January 1893, aged 22 years

W.B. SMITH, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 15th September 1898

C.T. SMYTHE, Rifleman, 592131, London Irish Rifles, died 21st August 1918

R. SNOW, Corporal, Royal Corps of Signals, died 3rd December 1922, aged 24 years. Erected by Officers and Men of his company

J.G. SNOWDON, Private, 24824, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 23rd September 1918, aged 46 years. The son of John George Snowdon, of Grange Town, Yorkshire

Edward Henry John SOLLY, 3rd Battalion, Royal Garrison Regiment, aged 11 months, died 13th November 1901

E.T. SOLOMON, Private, 2240, 1st Battalion, Herefordshire Regiment, died 13th December 1915

Hubert SOMBORN, Gunner, 42871, 10th Heavy Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 9th November 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Paul and Agatha Somborn (nee Savage), of 44 Pirbright Road, Southfields, London

Leonard James SOPER, Mentioned in Despatches, Sapper, 5671562, 16 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 20th April 1942, aged 22 years. The son of George Frank and Bertha Mary Soper, of Lympstone, Devon

E.H. SPARKES, Private, 2774, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 12th November 1915

J. SPARKES, Private, 11365, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 17th December 1915

F.W. SPARTHING, Private, 1665228, Royal Army Medical Corps, died………….

G.W. SPILLER, Conductor of Stores, died 4th November 1886

Robert William SPINNER, Private, 493324, 81st Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 18th August 1917, aged 52 years. The son of William and Harriet Spinner, and husband of Ethel Spinner

Lawrence SPITERI, Gunner, 8290, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 11th April 1942, aged 30 years. The son of Rosario and Ann Spiteri. The husband of Carmen Spiteri (nee Bailey), of Birkirkara

R. SPRATT, Gunner, Royal Artillery, died 22nd December 1892 from fever, aged 23 years

John SPRING, Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers, died 5th July 1884, aged 31 years 3 months

Thornton Edward SPRINGETT, Colour Sergeant, 729888, 2nd Battalion, Devonshire Regiment, died 1st July 1942, aged 39 years

W. SPROUL, Private, 4/9603, 1st Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, died 21st September 1916

Alfred James SPRY, Staff-Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 12th November 1868

Alice Maude SPRY, the daughter of Staff-Sergeant J. Spry, Royal Engineers, died 27th November 1868

B.W. SPURGEON, Private, 50017, 84th Coy., Machine Gun Corps (Inf.), died 11th October 1917

Ashley SQUIRE, Corporal, Royal Artillery, died 10th July 1868

Arthur STACEY, Master Gunner, died 29th October 1878

B.J.R. STACEY, Private, 16348, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 20th October 1915

C.C.F. STADEN, Sapper, 72307, ‘N’ E.E. Cable Section, Royal Engineers. Died of dysentery, 31st July 1915, aged 20 years. The son of George Frederick James and Emma Staden, of 29 Victoria Road, Great Yarmouth

A.E.G. STANDBRIDGE, Private, 23000, 9th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 31st December 1915

Thomas STANHOPE, Private, 3727, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 4th August 1895, aged 23 years 8 months

Charles Ernest STAPLETON, Private, 3816, 1st/5th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, died 3rd November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Frank and Sarah Ellen Stapleton, of 14 Holme Street, Bedford

Reginald Alfred STEDMAN, Private, 2nd Battalion, P.W.O. (West Yorkshire) Regiment, died 25th December 1912. From Reading, Berkshire

H. STEEL, Lance Corporal, 27595, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 21st January 1919

Elizabeth Burkett STEELE, the wife of Private J. Steele, 71st Highland Light Infantry, died 27th February 1877, aged 20 years 3 months

Elizabeth Isabella STEELE, the daughter of Elizabeth and Private J. Steele, 71st Highland Light Infantry, died 20th February 1877, 1 year 4 months

Thomas Wilfred STEPHENSON, Private, 2236, 5th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 14th August 1915, aged 25 years. The son of George and Elizabeth Stephenson. Born in Leith, Scotland

F. STEVENSON, Private, 16419, 2nd Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 31st December 1916

Alfred James Augustus STEWART, Private, 1560, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 26th December 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Alfred and Elizabeth Stewart. The husband of E.J. Hammond (formerly Stewart), of Carrington Avenue, Aspendale, Victoria, Australia

Hugh John STEWART, Trooper, 214, 2nd Australian Light Horse, died 3rd September 1915, aged 41 years. The son of Alexander and Christina Macpherson Stewart, of Auchterarder, Perthshire

James Fairweather STEWART, Gunner, 1559916, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 22 years. The son of Daniel and Jane Stewart, of Barrow in Furness, Lancashire

W. STEWART, Private, 52045, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 11th September 1915

William Peter STEWART, Private, 1265, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 5th September 1915

John STILLSTON, Private, Bandsman, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, died 12th November 1879, aged 23 years

C. STOBART, Private, 23/177, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 8th September 1917

W. STOBBART, Private, 22/1626, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 19th January 1916

S.P. STOCKER, Rifleman, Rifle Brigade, died 23rd August 1904, aged 23 years 6 months

Annie Louisa STOCKTON, the daughter of Sergeant Instructor J. Stockton, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 26th January 1871, aged 6 years

Jane STOCKTON, the wife of Sergeant Instructor J. Stockton, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 10th January 1871, aged 27 years

Margaret STOCKTON, the daughter of Sergeant Instructor J. Stockton, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 18th January 1871, aged 8 days

John STODDART, Private, 1764, 1st/4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 10th June 1915, aged 17 years. The son of Robert and Susan Ann Stoddart, of 63 Providence Street, Blackburn

J. STONE, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died 5th January 1879, aged 21 years

G.W. STOWE, Private, 27544, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 26th December 1918

P.J. STRATFORD, Private, 18113, 11th Battalion, Worcestershire Retiment, died 15th January 1916

George STRAUGHAN, Private, 10879, 6th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 4th December 1915, aged 26 years. The son of John and Lavinia Straughan, of 3 Westmoreland Street, Northumberland Avenue, Hull

Allan Joseph STRAWBRIDGE, Gunner, 2/567, 2nd Brigade H.Q., N.Z. Field Artillery. Died of sickness, 27th December 1915, aged 24 years. The son of the late Joseph and Elizabeth Strawbridge, of Horsham Downs, Hamilton, New Zealand

William Leonard STREAKE, Private, M2/035095, 597th M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps. Died of enteric fever, 26th July 1916, aged 23 years. The son of Emma A. and the late William Streake, of 7 Castle Street, Wouldham, Rochester

Albert George STRINGER, Private, 6286014, 4th Battalion, The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment), died 6th May 1942, aged 25 years. The son of George and Rose Annie Stringer, of Littlebourne, Kent

George STRINGER, Private, 699, 7th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 4th August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Robert and Flora Stringer, of Lauriston, Victoria, Australia

Richard Edward STUBBS, Sergeant, Royal Engineers, died 26th October 1910

H. STUBBINGS, Private, 2348, 1st/5th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 30th November 1915

J. SUCKLING, Lance Corporal, 58920, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 26th October 1918, aged 22 years. The son of John and Eliza Kate Suckling, of 10 Mount Road, Haverhill, Suffolk

Doris Kathleen SULLIVAN, the daughter of Sapper Sullivan, Royal Engineers, died 5th July 1912

J.W. SUMMERS, Rifleman, R/12734, 3rd Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 4th March 1917, aged 21 years. The son of John and Mary Summers, of 117 Derbyshire Lane, Hucknall, Nottingham

A.E. SUMMERSGILL, Private, 1278, 1st/9th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 17th June 1915, aged 21 years. The husband of Emma Summersgill, of 14 St.Mary Street, Hurst Brook, Ashton under Lyne

J. SUMNER, Private, 11483, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 22nd August 1915

Saville George SUNDERLAND, Private, 711, 24th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 29th September 1915, aged 26 years. The son of the late Thomas Saville Sunderland and Laura Anne Sunderland, of 58 Westgarth, Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia

John SURREY, 3294, Private, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 24th January 1906, aged 34 years. Erected by Officers and Men of C Coy Pompadours

J. SUTHERLAND, Private, 7543, 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, died 21st November 1915

John SUTHERLAND, Corporal, 71st Highland Light Infantry, died 24th October 1875, aged 23 years

Hubert SUTTON, Lance Corporal, 1757, Surrey Yeomanry, died 21st August 1915, aged 22 years. The son of Oswald Walker Sutton and Hannah Fletcher Sutton, of 2 Fernwood Avenue, Streatham, London

Alfred SYDDALL, Private, 3858304, 8th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 1st December 1942, aged 23 years

Sidney Frank SYMONDS, AM II, 155392, HMS Empress, Royal Air Force. Died of sickness, 1st August 1919, aged 18 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Symonds, of 81 Churchill Road, Norwich

Thomas TAIT, Private, 10938, 6th Battalion, Border Regiment died 24th September 1915, aged 28 years. The son of Mrs. Mary Jane Tait, of 24 Balmoral Terrace, Felling, Gateshead

Arthur J. King TALLOWIN, Corporal, 540010, Royal Air Force, accidentally killed 21st October 1937, aged 24 years

Cecil Raymond TAPPIN, Private, 7666431, R.A.P.C., died 25th April 1942, aged 26 years. The son of Ellen and Archibald Tappin, of Brighton, Sussex

Gerald Algene Gray TARR, Lance Corporal, 4131396, 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 31st October 1942, aged 24 years. The son of Mary Jane and Henry McIverton Tarr

Isobel Addy TATE MD, Medical Officer, Serbian Relief Fund attached to Royal Army Medical Corps, died 28th January 1917 at the Valletta Military Hospital where she worked

A. TAYLOR, Private, 11747, 8th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 13th August 1915

Arnold TAYLOR, Private, 10800, 6th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment. Died of his wounds, 27th December 1915, aged 23 years. The son of the late John Joseph Taylor and Annie Wood (formerly Taylor), of 1-4 Victoria Street, Sheffield

Arthur John TAYLOR, Private, 4122844, 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 28th April 1942, aged 28 years

Charles Albert TAYLOR, Sapper, 1872862, 16 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 3rd May 1941, aged 28 years

C.W. TAYLOR, Private, 12038, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 12th November 1915

Mrs Helen Margaret Batchelor TAYLOR, Voluntary Aid Detachment, attached 4th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment, died 15th November 1915. The daughter of the late Henry Hilton Green of Felmersham, Bedfordshire

John TAYLOR, Private, 1st Battalion, Cameron Highlanders, died 22nd December 1892, aged 25 years

John Thomas TAYLOR, Private, 2315, D Coy., 1st Battalion, Herefordshire Regiment. Died 2nd September 1915, in Floriana Hospital, from wounds he received at Suvla Bay, aged 19 years. The son of Edwin Taylor, of Lower House, Combe Presteigne, Radnorshire

Leonard Stevenson TAYLOR, Private, 1287, 18th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 22nd October 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Robert and Challis Amelia Taylor, of Challis, Beaconsfield Parade, Lindfield, New South Wales

Matthew TAYLOR, Private, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 16th May 1936, aged 19 years

T. TAYLOR, Private, 19114, 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, died 25th October 1915

Christian Kerr TEMPERLEY, Private, 12/261, Auckland Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 3rd September 1915. The brother of J.R. Temperley, of Ashhurst, New Zealand

John William TEMPLE, AB, Tyneside Z/3483, R.N.V.R., Drake Bn., R.N. Div. Died of dysentery, 14th September 1915, aged 24 years. The adopted son of Christina Herbert, of 97 South Palmerston Street, South Shields

C.L. TENCH, Private, 1846, 1st/2nd East Anglian Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 9th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mr. C.L. and Mrs. A. Tench, of 70 Calvert Street, Norwich

Graham Jeffrey THIRKELL, Private, 2136, B Squadron, City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders), died 13th September 1915, aged 27 years. The son of Sidney Thomas and Emma Thirkell

William THIRKILL, Private, King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 7th August 1901, aged 19 years. Drowned at Ghain Tuffieha

G. THOMAS, Driver, 13862, 10th Div. Signal Coy., Royal Engineers, died 30th March 1917, aged 36 years. The son of George and Ann Thomas of Osmington, Weymouth. The husband of Olive Thomas, of Roman Cottage, Preston, Weymouth

W.G. THOMAS, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 28th November 1894

Walter Saunders THOMAS, Captain, Northumberland Fusiliers, attached 11th Garrison Battalion, died 15th September 1917, aged 44 years. The husband of Ellen Thomas, of 24 Seabank Terrace, Southport. Silver Medal, The Royal Victorian Order

Willliam THOMAS, Sapper, 145553, 99th Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 12th June 1918, aged 33 years. The son of David and Margaret Thomas, of 9 St.David Street, Carmarthen

W.E. THOMAS, Private, 28476, 7th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 27th August 1918

G.A. THOMPSON, Private, 4173, 5th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment, died 3rd October 1915, aged 21 years. The son of William and Mrs. E. Thompson, of Gonville Terrace, Terrington St. Clement, Kings Lynn

George J. THOMPSON, Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, died 11th December 1908

Herbert Edwin THOMPSON, the son of Company Sergeant Major H.E. Thompson, Worcestershire Regiment, died 28th July 1906

H.G. THOMPSON, Gunner, 46149, 28th Bty., Royal Field Artillery, died 8th November 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Jesse and Sarah Thompson, of 22 Aspenlea Road, Hammersmith, London

J. THOMPSON, Rifleman, Rifle Brigade, died 3rd December 1905

James A. THOMSON, the son of Hannah and Sergeant John Thompson, 71st Highland Light Infantry, died 21st August 1873, aged 1 year

R. THOMPSON Private, 3084, died 31st July 1896

Thomas THOMPSON, Quartermaster Sergeant, died 5th October 1870

William THOMPSON, Private, 3411, 1st Battalion, Cameron Highlanders, died 1st November 1894, aged 21 years

William Kirsop THOMPSON, Private, 20144, 18th Veterinary Hospital, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, died 19th February 1918, aged 23 years. The son of Andrew and Mary Thompson, of School Lane, Whickham, Co.Durham

Alec Leslie THOMSON, Trooper, 9/103, Otago M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 8th September 1915. The son of Mrs. A. Thomson, of Ings Avenue, St. Clair, Dunedin, New Zealand

Frank THOMSON, Lance Corporal, 1087, B Coy., 5th Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers. Died of his wounds, 23rd January 1916, aged 20 years. The son of the late Robert Thompson and Frances Thomson, of Lewis Place, Ryedale, Maxwelltown, Dumfries

W. THOMSON, Private, 914, 1st/3rd Scottish Horse, died 26th September 1915, atgd 22 years. The son of James and Mary Thomson, of 30 Millhill, Musselburgh, Edinburgh

William Denis THOMSON, Private, 1623, 22nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 8th December 1915, aged 39 years. The son of John and Isabella Thomson, and husband of Florence Thomson, of 21 Knowles Street, Westgarth, Victoria, Australia. Born in New Zealand

L.C. THORNE, Private, 1657, 8th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 16th October 1915

T.W. THOROGOOD, Corporal, PLY/9299, Royal Marines Light Infantry, Plymouth Battn., R.N. Div., died 29th December 1915. The husband of Mrs. P. Thorogood, of 8 Hotham Place, Millbridge, Devonport

Thomas THREADGALL, Gunner, 1575196, 190 (6th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 10th April 1942, aged 27 years

B. THURLOW, Bandsman, 1st Battalion, The Loyal Regiment, died 21st May 1923, aged 19 years. Erected by his Band comrades

Stanley Stevenson THURLOW, Trooper, 159, 1st Australian Light Horse. Died of his wounds, 21st August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Charles Hatley Thurlow and Sarah Jane Thurlow, of Hill Street, Scone, New South Wales

J.E. TIBBETTS, C.S.M., 10329, 9th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 27th August 1915

William TICKLE, Sergeant, 48th Northamptonshire Regiment, died 18th November 1870, aged 35 years

A. TIDESWELL, Private, 15505, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 21st January 1916

Robert TIERNEY, Private, 61st South Gloucestershire Regiment, died by drowning 22nd September 1878, aged 26 years

G. TILL, Farrier, TS/7483, 111th H.T. Coy., 22nd Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 2nd October 1916, aged 40 years. The son of George and Rebbeca Till, and husband of Mrs. Ellen Till, of Crowle, Worcester

Ralph TILL, Private, 1st Battalion, Prince of Wales's North Staffordshire Regiment, died 30th June 1895, aged 27 years

A. TILLING, Private, 12472, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 17th October 1915

A. TITTERTON, Private, PO/174 (S), Royal Marines Light Infantry, Portsmouth Battn., R.N. Div., died 5th August 1915

J.P. TOBIN, Leading Mech., 193615 (R.F.R./C.H./B/1788), R.N.A.S., HMS President II, died 22nd November 1915

C.W. TODD, Private, 27260, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 31st July 1917

Lancaster TODD, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 24th September 1902

Agnes J. TOLLETT, the daughter of Gunner Henry Tollett, Royal Artillery, died 19th October 1870

Henry A. TOLLETT, the son of Gunner Henry Tollett, Royal Artillery, died 28th May 1871

Margaret L. TOLLETT, the daughter of Gunner Henry Tollett, Royal Artillery, died 19th October 1870

Richard C. TOLLETT, the son of Gunner Henry Tollett, Royal Artillery, died 19th October 1870

Sydney Robert TOMLIN, Private, M/315608, 1028th M.T. Coy., Royal Army Service Corps. Died of influenza on HM Troopship Huntsend, 19th February 1920, aged 30 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tomlin, of Newmarket. The husband of Rose Ethel Tomlin, of 4 St. Marys Terrace, Newton, Huntingdon

Arthur Herbert Ernest TOMSETT, Private, 2646, 2nd/4th Battalion, the Queen’s. Died of his wounds, 3rd September 1915, aged 18 years. The son of Joseph and Emma Tomsett, of 100a High Street, Guildford

C. TOTTEM, Private, 322, 3rd (Malta) Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps, died 30th April 1916

James William TOVELL, the son of Staff-Sergeant Tovell, Royal Army Service Corps, died 13th June 1911

Wallace TOWE, Private, 22429, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Died 20th December 1915, of wounds he received at Suvla Bay, aged 21 years. The son of Wallace amd Emma Towe, of 30 Mickleton Road, Earldon, Coventry

James H. TOWERS, Private, Worcestershire Regiment, died 29th June 1896

A.J. TRAFFORD, Pioneer, 63668, 86th Field Coy., Royal Engineers. Died of his wounds, 1st November 1915, aged 33 years. The son of the late J.R. Trafford and Matilda Trafford, of 5 Upper Stanhope Street, Liverpool

Anthony TROISI, Sapper, 91005, Royal Engineers, Malta Territorial Force, died 17th April 1943

E.C. TRUDGILL, Private, 58923, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 18th March 1919, aged 20 years. The son of Mrs. K. Trudgill, of 70 Creeting Road, Stowmarket, Suffolk

F.A. TRUMPER, Gunner, 382286, 1st Coy., Royal Garrison Artillery, died 2nd October 1917

H. TUCK, Driver, 58365, A Bty., 98th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 23rd October 1918

Leslie Everard TUCKER, Private, 2027, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 18th November 1915, aged 24 years. The son of James and Elizabeth Catherine Tucker, of Blyth, South Australia

R.G. TUCKER, Sergeant, 90610, 368th Bty., Royal Field Artillery, died 5th August 1915

A. TUCKFIELD, Private, 44991, 1st Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 21st October 1918, aged 26 years. The son of Henry and Eliza Mary Tuckfield, of 25 Midland Street, Huddersfield

F.N. TUFF, 2nd Lieutenant, Royal East Kent Yeomanry, died 5th November 1915

Mary TUFFEN, the wife of Private Osmond Tuffen, Border Regiment, died at Imtarfa 27th February 1898, aged 39 years

Henry TULLY, Private, 3rd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 28th March 1900

J. TURLEY, Private, 16798, 7th Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment, died 13th October 1915

A. TURNER, Private, 12948, 6th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, died 2nd November 1915

Edwin TURNER, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 17th December 1890

F.J. TURNER, Private, 8247, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 5th November 1915

H.G. TURNER, Sapper, 23259, 29th Div. H.Q., Royal Engineers, died 21st October 1915

Harry George TURNER, Gunner, 1428049, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 21 years

John H. TURNER, Bugler, 18 Coy., Royal Engineers, died 15th October 1882, aged 16 years. From the effects of the Egyptian Campaign

P.G. TURNER, Private, 2247, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 5th November 1915, aged 19 years. The son of the late Frederick W. and Ann Selina Turner, of 82 Archway Street, Barnes, London

T. TURNER, AB, Tyneside Z/3987, R.N.V.R., Howe Bn., R.N. Div., died 26th October 1915

W.H. TURNER, Sapper, 566, Cheshire Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 16th September 1915

Lewis Cuthbert TURTON, Sapper, 13/466 Auckland M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 25th August 1915

Frederick TYSON, Corporal, Princess Charlotte of Wales Berkshire Regiment, died 23rd November 1890

W. TYSON, Private, 23518, 14th Battalion, The King’s Liverpool Regiment, died 26th June 1916

William Henry UNDERWOOD, Private, 1434, 4th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 26th September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Mary Underwood, of 12 Cumbermere Terrace, Birkenhead

Herbert UPSON, Private, 958, 15th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 5th July 1915, aged 25 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Upson, of Snowden Fen, Halstead, Essex

Leslie Scott URQUHART, Private, 6344394, 2nd Battalion, The Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 22 years. The nephew of Leslie Scott Urquhart, of Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Joseph VALE, Private, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, died 13th July 1887

F.H. VAREY, Sergeant, 10288, 6th Battalion, Linconshire Regiment, died 20th October 1915

John Brinsden VASEY, Corporal, 158, 2nd Field Coy., Australian Engineers. Died of his wounds, 14th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Mr. G.B. Vasey. From Malvern, Victoria, Australia

W. VASS-VAUGHAN, Private, Army Hospital Corps, died 15th March 1891

C. VAUGHAN, Driver, D Bty., 117th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 30th September 1916

Francis VELLA-HABER, Lance Bombardier, 4714, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 7th July 1942, aged 27 years. The son of Lucio Cipriano and Anna Vella-Haber, of Hamrun

William Broadhurst VENABLES, Gunner, 292128, 43rd Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of dysentery, 3rd October 1917, aged 24 years. The son of William and Eleanor Venables, of 102 Urban Road, Sale, Manchester

Frank VENDY, Trooper, 502, 4th Australian Light Horse, died 31st July 1915

George Francis Augustus VERNON, (the 8th Baron), Captain, Derbyshire Yeomanry, died 10th November 1915, aged 27 years. The son of the 7th Baron Vernon, of Sudbury, Derbyshire

John Alfred VERNON, Gunner, 865826, 190 (6th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment) Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 7th April 1942, aged 20 years

Edward Wright VICKERS, Private, 10/2346, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of dysentery, 25th August 1915, aged 21 years The son of Edward and Maud Vickers, of Beach Street, Fitzroy, New Plymouth, New Zealand

Samuel Charles VICKERS, Gunner, 1442589, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 19th April 1942, aged 20 years. The son of Samuel Charles and Elsie Vickers, of Derby

R.V. VIGARS, Private, 27968, 9th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 23rd October 1916

George VIGERS, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 10th May 1885, aged 32 years 1 month

F.C. VINCENT, Driver, 102041, C Bty., 68th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 1st November 1916

Ann VISE, the wife of Sergeant. M.V. Vise, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, died 14th October 1871

Ann VOSE, the daughter of Sergeant-Major William Vose, died 13th October 1870

J. WADDINGTON, Private, 5350, 1st Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 28th September 1915

Joseph WADDINGTON, Private, 13623, C Coy., 3rd Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, died 11th July 1916, aged 23 years. The son of Arthur and Annie E. Waddington, of 47 Tong Road, Armley, Leeds

G.E. WADDUP, Driver, 102106, 80th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of pneumonia, 18th July 1916, aged 35 years. The son of George and Ann Elizabeth Waddup

David WADE, (served as FORD), Private, 10/1485, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of his wounds, 3rd July 1915

John Henry WADSWORTH, Sapper, 1874195, 16th Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 3rd/4th May 1941, aged 22 years

R. WAIRAU, Private, 16/53 N.Z. Maori Contingent. Died 11th September 1915, from wounds he received at Gallipoli. The brother of Mr. Paihau Wairau, of Opoutama, New Zealand

Mansell WAITE, Private, 9868, 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 16th January 1916, aged 19 years. The son of William and Ada H. Waite, of Lime Tree House, East Witton, Middleham, Yorkshire

Bertha WAKEFIELD, died in Mauritius 7th May 1873, the daughter of Jane and James Wakefield, Royal Engineers, aged 1 year 4 months 27 days

Margaret Ward WAKEFIELD, the daughter of Jane and James Wakefield, Royal Engineers, died 14th May 1874, aged 4 years 3 months 10 days

A.J.T. WAKEFORD, Private, 5651, 30th (Malta) Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps, died 8th April 1917, aged 23 years. The son of Mr. J.W. and Kate Wakeford, of 95 Kilminston Street, Portsmouth

Charlotte WAKEHAM, the wife of Band Sergeant J. Wakeham, 62nd Light Infantry, died 5th December 1872, aged 30 years 9 months

Harriet Clara WAKEHAM, the daughter of Band Sergeant J. Wakeham, 62nd Light Infantry

James WAKEHAM, Sapper, Royal Engineers, died 14th September 1881, aged 29 years

G.W. WAKLEY, Shoesmith, 730584, 390th Bty., Royal Field Artillery, died 29th July 1917, aged 19 years. The son of Frederick and Mary Wakley, of 15 Arthur Street, Roath, Cardiff

Frederick W. WALDECK, the son of Lance-Sergeant A. Waldeck, died 6th August 1890

Martha WALDECK, the daughter of Lance-Sergeant A. Waldeck, died 24th October 1889

Victoria Jubilee WALDECK, the daughter of Lance-Sergeant A. Waldeck, died 5th November 1890

C.H. WALES, Sergeant, 1341, 8th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 23rd September 1915, aged 20 years

Edward WALKER, Private, 3858407, 8th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 4th July 1942, aged 33 years. The husband of Isobel Walker, of Blackpool, Lancashire

Edward Frank WALKER, Private, 6343616, 2nd Battalion, The Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, died 25th April 1942, aged 24 years. The son of Albert and Jane Walker, of Burham, Rochester, Kent

Ernest Alroy WALKER, Gunner, 2045989, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 20 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Walker, of Chaddesden, Derby

G. WALKER, Bugler, 1215, 5th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles), died 13th September 1915

George Anthony WALKER, Sergeant, 4338070, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 37 years

J. WALKER, Private, 11554, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 1st September 1915

J. WALKER, Private 11680, 9th Battalion, Border Regiment, died 5th July 1918

John WALKER, Private, 2537, 16th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 24th September 1915, aged 31 years. The son of John Andrew and Mary Jane Walker, of 117 Keightley Road, Subiaco, Western Australia

John WALKER, Lance Corporal, 4123183, Corps of Military Police, died 25th April 1942, aged 32 years. The son of Richard and Bertha Walker, of Strines, Stockport, Cheshire

William Beresford WALKER, Private, S/3102, 1st Battalion, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. Died of pneumonia, 8th October 1918, aged 23 years. The son of Duncan and Marion Walker, of 32 Commonside Street, Aidrie, Lanarkshire

Charles WALLACE, the son of Sapper Wallace, Royal Engineers, died 8th July 1911

C. WALLIS, Private, 16384, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment, died 13th December 1915

George WALLS, Private, 23931, C Coy., 1st Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died 15th January 1916, aged 18 years. The son of Thomas H. and Jane Walls, of 49 South View, Shiney Row, Philadelphia, Co.Durham

J.J. WALMESLEY, Private, 19590, 1st (Malta) Coy., Royal Army Medical Corps, died 23rd September 1918

J.W. WALSH, Private, 1834, 13th Div. Cyclist Coy., Army Cyclist Corps, died 21st September 1915, aged 23 years. The son of the late Owen and Mary Walsh, of 6 Barry Street, Warrington

D. WALTERS, Private, 15557, 11th Battalion, Welch Regiment, died 27th March 1917

C.G. WALTON, AB, SS/1405 (R.F.R./CH/B/7660), Royal Navy, HMS Europa, died 11th December 1915

Thomas W. WALTON, the son of Corporal W. Walton, died 24th November 1892

Charles Albert WARD, the son of Corporal Ward, L.A., died 21st July 1910

Edna Rose WARD, the daughter of Sergeant J.C. Ward, Royal Army Service Corps, died 21st May 1920

Harold WARD, Gunner, 791311, 4 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th May 1942, aged 31 years. The husband of Gladys May Ward, of Smethwick, Staffordshire

Ethel Mary WARD, the daughter of Sergeant J.C. Ward, Royal Army Service Corps, died 21st May 1920, aged 3 months

T.H. WARD, Sapper, 940, 2nd East Lancashire Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 8th June 1915. The husband of Amy Ward, of 12 Laburnum Street, Smedley Road, Cheetham, Manchester

W. WARD, Boy, Band, 1st Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 30th November 1884, aged 15 years

W. WARD, Private, 3282, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 5th November 1915

George Alfred WARE, the son of Margaret and George Ware, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 14th December 1871, aged 12 months

Johanna Louisa WARE, the daughter of Margaret and George Ware, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 21st October 1869, aged 1 year 6 months

H. WAREHAM, P.O. Mech., F/2117, R.N.A.S., Dardanelles Armoured Car Div., died 1st October 1915

Harriet C. WAREHAM, the daughter of Sergeant J. Wareham, 52nd Oxfordshire Light Infantry, died 5th December 1872

Anne Elizabeth WARNER, the wife of Corporal Warner, Royal Suffolk Regiment, died 7th October 1908

C.F.S. WARNER, Private, 10480, 1st Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died 13th December 1915

Donald George WARNES, Private, 2327, 1st Norfolk Yeomanry, died 12th November 1915, aged 22 years. The son of George and Jane E. Warnes, of Redenhall, Harleston, Norfolk

A. WARREN, Private, 2874, 6th Battalion, Royal Munster Fusiliers, died 2nd October 1915

J.W. WARRINGTON, Sergeant, 66636, C Bty., 55th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 23rd November 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Charles and Ada Warrington, of 10 Somerford House, Somerford Street, Brady Street, Bethnal Green, London

J.F. WARWICK, Private, 17225, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 11th October 1915

A. WATSON, Private, SS/1607, 29th Field Bakery, Army Service Corps, died 3rd July 1915

Dorothy M. WATSON, Staff Nurse, Territorial Forces Nursing Service, St. Johns Military Hospital, died 13th March 1917

George William WATSON, the son of J. Watson, Royal Engineers, died 31st August 1880

James WATSON, Bandsman, Black Watch, 42nd Regiment, died 13th April 1876

Norman Blythe WATSON, Private, 1029, 4th Battalion, Royal Scots (Queen’s Edinburgh Rifles), died 16th August 1915, aged 23 years. The son of the Reverend J. Mitchell Watson of Leitholm, Berwickshire

Alexander E. WATT, the son of Adam Watt, died 6th January 1889

Thomas WATT, the son of Sergeant T. Watt, died 13th December 1876

David WATTS, Lance-Sergeant, Connaught Rangers, died 9th August 1890

Clarence Henry WEAVER, Sapper, 1872500, 16 Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers, died 1st April 1942, aged 26 years

Harry WEBB, Sergeant, Sherwood Foresters Regiment, died 8th December 1898, aged 24 years

Peter WEBBER, Lance Corporal, 1872562, Royal Engineers, died 3rd/4th May 1941, aged 23 years

Bertram Owen WEBSTER, Private, 13037, 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Died of dysentery, 23rd November 1915, aged 32 years. The husband of Gladys C. Webster, of 77 Henry Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham

Ada Mary Boyce WEEDON, died …… March 1871

Ernest WEEKS, Private, F Coy., 1st Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 16th August 1898, aged 24 years 11 months

Beatrice J.C. WEELER, the daughter of Thomas Weeler, died 9th August 1878

T.W. WEIR, Private, 38383, 40th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 6th August 1915, aged 34 years. The son of Thomas G. Weir, of 3 Comely Bank Place, Edinburgh

William WELCH, Gunner, South Irish Division, Royal Artillery, died 19th October 1882, aged 27 years

Charles Frederick WELLS, Private, 2076, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of pneumonia, 7th August 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Thomas William and Elizabeth Ann Wells, of Murdunna, Tasmania

Emily L. WELLS, the daughter of Charles W. Wells, died 21st October 1878

Norris Charles WELLS, the son of Corporal W.R. Wells, Army Service Corps, died 1st February 1911

W. WELLS, Private, 10877, 7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 14th October 1915

W.G. WELLS, Private, 23639, 11th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 1st December 1915

D.B. WELSH, Driver, T/729, East Anglian Div. Train, Royal Army Service Corps, died 7th October 1915, aged 21 years. The son of David Barron Welsh and Jane Whyte Welsh, of Bramblings, Luctons Avenue, Buckhurst Hill, Essex

John WENWOOD, Private, Border Regiment, died 3rd March 1899

George WESTON, Private, Army Service Corps, died 31st January 1910

Edwin George WEYMAN, Private, 1st Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 2nd January 1895, aged 23 years

R. WHALLEY, Rifleman, 4112, King’s Royal Rifles, died 31st March 1904, aged 22 years

John WHATLEY, Private, Army Hospital Corps, died 20th March 1893, aged 35 years

Mary Ann WHELAN, the daughter of……., died 4th August 1874

Annie F. WHICKER, the daughter of G. Whicker, died ……. June 1879

William WHIPP, Private, Princess Charlotte of Wales Royal Berkshire Regiment, died 15th January 1893

A. WHITE, Rifleman, Prince Albert’s Somersetshire Light Infantry, died 27th June 1909

C. WHITE, Rifleman, 1996, 1st/8th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment, died 23rd September 1915

David James WHITE, Private, 1585, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of sickness, 22nd September 1915

Frederick O. WHITE, W.O.I., 7683598, Corps of Military Police, died 17th June 1942, aged 43 years. The husband of Sophia Elizabeth White, of Southend on Sea , Essex

Jane Eliza Beckett WHITE, the daughter of Sergeant White, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, died 20th July 1871

John Alexander WHITE, Private 451, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of dysentery, 28th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Henry and Agnes White

Maurice WHITE, the son of L.J.W. White, Army Schoolmaster, died 24th May 1917

P.H. WHITE, Private, TF/3582, 2nd/4th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment, died 21st September 1915

Tom Lucerne WHITE, Private, 9965, 5th Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment. Died of his wounds, 21st September 1915, aged 20 years. The son of Francis Charles and Elizabeth White, of 5 Prince of Wales Road, Weymouth

William WHITE, Lance-Corporal, 13th Somersetshire Prince Albert’s Light Infantry, died 17th August 1872, aged 30 years 6 months

W.J. WHITE, Driver, T1/3181, 109th Horse Transport Coy., Royal Army Service Corps, died 15th November 1916

William Harold WHITEHEAD, Private, 2978, 5th Field Ambulance, Australian Army Medical Corps. Died of sickness, 28th October 1915, aged 28 years. The son of William and Elizabeth Ann Whitehead. From Leeds, Yorkshire

L.V. WHITEHOUSE, Corporal, 2093, 1st/1st Derbyshire Yeomanry, died 8th September 1916

J.W. WHITEHURST, Private, 17982, 7th Battalion, North Staffordshire Regiment, died 12th December 1915

Edwin Joseph WHITING, Lance Corporal, 1482, Herfordshire Yeomanry, died 14th November 1915, aged 26 years. The son of Edwin Whiting, of 155 Leavesden Road, Watford

Benjamin WHITTAKER, Private, 28th Prince of Wales, died 7th March 1873

C. WHITTAKER, Sergeant, 50, 1st/8th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 9th July 1915

Frank Henry George WHITTON, Trooper, 11/398, Wellington M.R., N.Z.E.F. Died of enteric fever, 29th August 1915, aged 21 years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitton, of Masterton, New Zealand

B. WHITWORTH, Private, 1st Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 15th July 1897, aged 22 years 6 months

Daisy Florence WIGGANS, the only child, daughter of Florence and Colour-Sergeant Wiggans, 4th Battalion, Royal Garrison Regiment, died 21st July 1902, aged 2 years 6 months

Ronald Toynbee WIGHT, Private, 1600, 1st Suffolk Yeomanry, died 30th October 1915, aged 20 years. The son of T.H. Toynbee Wight and Ellie W. Wight. Born in Asheville, North Carolina, U.S.A.

T.J. WILCOX, Private, R4/140696, Remounts, Royal Army Service Corps, died 8th April 1916

R. WILD, Private, 1216, 1st/4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment, died 10th June 1915

Cyril Leonard WILES, Gunner, 1602811, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 29 years

T.H. WILKES, Private, 2108, Westminster Dragoons, Died of enteric fever, 22nd October 1915, aged 17 years. The son of Mr. T.H. and Mrs. S.A. Wilkes, of 54 Leigham Vale, Streatham, London

S. WILKINS, Private, 23078, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment, died 22nd August 1915, aged 19 years. The son of Mr. G. Wilkins, of The Old Griffin, Mop End, Amersham, Buckinghamshire

Thomas George WILKINSON, Private, 69057, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of his wounds, 13th February 1916, aged 24 years. The son of Benjamin and Emily Wilkinson, of 26 Stanley Road, Ton Pentre, Glamorgan

W. WILKINSON, Sapper, 12003, 1st East Lancashire Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 3rd August 1915

Vera Louise WILLENBRUGH, the daughter of Sergeant Willenbrugh, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 10th January 1911, aged 9 days

F.L. WILLETT, Private, 61084, 1st Garrison Battlaion, West Yorkshire Regiment, died 4th November 1918, aged 20 years. The son of Abraham and Elizabeth Willett, of 35 Yorke Street, Hucknall Nottingham

Charles WILLIAM, Gunner, 1404236, Royal Artillery, died 6th October 1925, aged 36 years

Alfred WILLIAMS, Private, Welsh Regiment, died 16th June 1892

Alice WILLIAMS, the wife of Company Sergeant Major H. Williams, died 22nd February 1895

C.B. WILLIAMS, Private, 315435, 3rd/8th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment, died 5th March 1917

D.O. WILLIAMS, Private, 1178, 6th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 14th February 1916

E.J. WILLIAMS, Corporal, 11548, 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers, died 4th July 1915

Edward John WILLIAMS, the son of Ellen and Quartermaster-Sergeant Williams, 1st Battalion, 13th Light Infantry, died 14th April 1873, aged 4 years 7 months

Ellen WILLIAMS, the daughter of Ellen and Quartermaster-Sergeant Williams, 1st Battalion, 13th Light Infantry, died 10th November 1872, aged 9 months

H. WILLIAMS, Private, 8/5109, 9th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died 10th January 1916

H. WILLIAMS, Private, 13991, 8th Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry, died 8th January 1917

H.B. WILLIAMS, Sergeant, Army Service Corps, died 18th September 1899, aged 32 years, leaving a widow

Lillian L.M. WILLIAMS, the daughter of Sergeant J. Williams, died 4th February 1893

R.T. WILLIAMS, Private, 1459, 1st/6th Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, died 6th March 1916, aged 20 years. The son of Thomas H. and Jane Williams, of Tyn Clwt, Penisa Swaen, Ebenezer, Carnarvon

Thomas WILLIAMS, Private, 4123, 1st/4th Battalion, Welch Regiment. Died of fever, 7th December 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, of Graig, Llanfynydd, Carmarthen

Vera Louisa WILLINGBIRCH, the daughter of Sergeant Willingbirch, Royal Garrison Artillery, 12th January 1911

H. WILLINGHAM, Rifleman, 146, King’s Royal Rifles, died at Citta Vechia 14th January 1904, aged 25 years 5 months

Ernest WILLIS, Major, Kite Balloon Section, Royal Air Force, born 1st March 1883, died 1st July 1918. The youngest son of David and Charlotte Louisa Willis, of Garbrand Hall, Ewell, Surrey

T. WILLIS, Gunner, 5702, A Bty., 68th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, died 14th March 1917

A. WILMAN, Sergeant, 1st Battalion, Duke of Wellington’s West Riding Regiment, died 19th June 1897, aged 25 years

Catherine Edith WILSON, the daughter of Mary and QMS Daniel Wilson, Royal Artillery, died 27th January 1886, aged 9 years 5 months 7 days

David WILSON, Private, 2418, Cameron Highlanders, died 2nd November 1892, aged 21 years

J. WILSON, Private, 13894, 6th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment, died 9th December 1915

James Charles WILSON, the son of Mary and QMS Daniel Wilson, Royal Artillery, died 24th September 1883, aged 9 years 3 months

Pamela Jessie WILSON, the daughter of Conductor T. Wilson, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, died at Imtarfa 1st March 1928, aged 2 years 5 months

W. WILSON, Bombardier, 69115, 460th Bty., Royal Field Artillery, died 3rd July 1915

William WILSON, Private, 1614, East Surrey Regiment, died 20th June 1895

Arthur H. WINFIELD, the son of Alfred Winfield, died 29th October 1880

Frank Albert WINTER, Sapper, 69362, 72nd Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 17th December 1915, aged 34 years. The son of Thomas Winter, of Abingdon, Berkshire. The husband of Florence Winter, of 59 Carlisle Road, Southsea, Portsmouth

Edward E. WINTON, the son of Sergeant T. Winton, died 31st July 1895

A.W. WITNEY, Private, 1936, 1st/4th Battalion, Essex Regiment, died 25th October 1915

J. WITTON, Private, 16705, 2nd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, died 27th October 1915

A. WOLSTENHOLME, Private, 12264, 6th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment, died 8th October 1915

Clarence A. WOOD, the son of Corporal Wood, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 14th September 1904

Cyril Gordon WOOD, Lieutenant, 6th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Died 19th September 1915, of wounds he received at Sari Bair, Gallipoli, on 9th August, aged 22 years. The younger son of Charles Herbert and Susanna Grace Wood, of 16 Stanwick Road, West Kensington, London

F. WOOD, Private, 19944, 1st Battalion, King’s Own Scottish Borderers, died 26th January 1916

J. WOOD, Private, S4/085984, 53rd Field Bakery, Royal Army Service Corps, died 12th December 1916, aged 35 years. The son of Ruth and Thomas Needham Wood, of Scarborough. The husband of Sarah Jane Wood, of 46 Merrion Street, Leeds

Rosabelle E. WOOD, the daughter of Corporal Wood, Royal Garrison Artillery, died at Gibraltar, 22nd September 1898

Frederick WOODCOCK, Sapper, 40572, 65th Field Coy., Royal Engineers, died 25th September 1915, aged 23 years. The son of Frederick John and Eleanor Woodcock, of Upper Sunbury Road, Hampton, Middlesex

F.L. WOODFORD, Private, M2/181943, 244th Mechanical Transport Coy., Royal Army Service Corps. Died of enteric fever, 2nd October 1916, aged 28 years. The son of Fred and Elizabeth Woodford, of Stone, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The husband of Alice Mary Woodford, of St.Marys Street, Boston Spa, Yorkshire

WOODHOUSE, ……., the son of Colour-Sergeant Woodhouse, died 19th April 1903

S. WOODMASS, Private, 20/1638, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 23rd July 1916

Thomas WOODS, Private, 1446, 10th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 30th June 1915. The son of Charles and Eliza Wood. From Croydon, Surrey

Wilfred Oldham WOODWORTH, Private, 1444, 2nd Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 22nd August 1915

Lawrence Geoffrey WOOLARD, the son of Sergeant Woolard, Army Service Corps, died 8th January 1912

Ernest WOOLAWAY, Corporal, Rifle Brigade, died 4th February 1908

Mary Louisa, WOOLAWAY ……., died 25th January 1908

Willliam Michael WOOLAWAY ……., died 12th June 1908

H. WOOLF, Private, 10594, 1st/7th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment, died 22nd August 1915

William WOOTTON, Fusilier, 3441960, 11th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers, died 26th June 1942, aged 36 years

Edgar Charles WORBY, Private, 3130, A Coy., 2nd Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Died of malaria, 12th August 1916, aged 25 years. The son of Mr. G.C. and Mary Worby, of Rushton Park, Kettering

Robin James WORLEY, Private, 10/2381, Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. Died of sickness after being wounded, 28th August 1915, aged 24 years. The son of Charles and Fanny E. Worley, of Priory Mead, Park Lane, Reigate, Surrey

William WORSFOLD, Private, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, died 21st June 1887, aged 23 years 11 months. Drowned at Pembroke Camp

John WORTHINGTON, ……….. died 17th September 1869

Mary S. WORTHINGTON, died ………,

A. WORTON, Private, 25594, 1st Garrison Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers, died 15th January 1919

John William WRAGGE, Gunner, 99 Company, Royal Garrison Artillery, died 21st December 1905, aged 27 years

Arthur WRIGHT, Bandsman, Highland Light Infantry, died 27th November 1895

Ernest Percy WRIGHT, Private, 1368, 12th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 6th September 1915, aged 24 years. The son of William Joseph and Caroline Wright, of O’Halloran Hill, South Australia

Christopher J. WRIGHT, the son of C. Wright, 74th Highland Regiment, died 14th June 1874

Frank WRIGHT, Private, 24398, 1st Garrison Battalion, West Yorkshire Regiment. Died of fever, 8th September 1916, aged 22 years. The son of Frank and Eleanor Martha Wright, of 21 Avenue Crescent, Harehills, Leeds

H. WRIGHT, Private, 2728, 7th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, died 26th September 1915

H.R.S. WRIGHT, Sapper, 47564, 27th Division, Postal Section, Royal Engineers, died 3rd August 1916

Robert Young WRIGHT, Private, 760, 19th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Died of his wounds, 8th October 1915, aged 27 years. The son of William Patrick and Agnes Wright, of 17 Albert Street, Invercargill, New Zealand

W. WROE, Private, 4680, 13th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 3rd January 1917

A. YATES, Shoesmith, 5711, 12th Div. Ammunition Col., Royal Field Artillery, died 19th October 1918

Arthur Chester YATES, 2286, D Coy., 1st/6th Battalion, Manchester Regiment, died 8th July 1915, from wounds he received at Gallipoli, on 4th June, aged 25 years. The  son of Annie and Arthur Carr Yates, of 61 Garners Lane, Stockport

Mary S. YEADON, the daughter of Company Sergeant-Major Alex Yeadon, died 6th June 1892

Cyril YEOMANS, Lance Bombardier, 864910, 222 Bty., 10 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery, died 25th April 1942, aged 23 years

T. YOUERN, Private, 53026, 28th General Hospital, Royal Army Medical Corps, died 8th April 1917

A.W. YOUNG, Colour-Sergeant, 2371, 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment, Pompadours, died 4th July 1904, aged 36 years

Catherine YOUNG, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Young, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 13th October 1870, aged 2 years 7 months

James YOUNG, the son of Samuel and Mary Young, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 13th September 1871 

Mary Jane YOUNG, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Young, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 22nd May 1868, aged 1 year 9 months

Samuel John YOUNG, the son of Samuel and Mary Young, 10th Brigade, Royal Artillery, died 4th November 1871, aged 1 year *months 8 days

Albert ZAMMIT, Gunner, 10789, 3 LAA Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery, died 20th July 1942, aged 20 years. The son of Alfredo and Aurelia Zammit, of Hamrun

Gertrude ZARBOX, the daughter of Sapper Zarbox, Royal Engineers, died 15th March 1910

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