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G/14474 Private

William Frank Saunders

7th Bn. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

19/09/1918, aged 18.

 

Remembered by nephew Raymond Saunders

 

Unicorn Cemetery

 

 

3/3391 Private

Harry Savage

1st Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

18/05/1915, aged 33.

 

Husband of Rose Miriam Savage (nee Ramsden)  Father of  John William and Rose Miriam .

 

Remembered by great grandson, John Savage

 

Liege (Robermont) Cemetery

 

3931 Private

Dick Enmore Scott

51st Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

25/06/1916, aged 38.

 

Son of Richard and Rachel Scott, of 180, Camden St., Newtown, New South Wales. Native of Emnore New South Wales.

 

Remembered by Great niece, Lee Patterson (Mrs)

 

Rue-du-Bois Military Cemetery

 

 

 

 

2180 Private

Joseph Shuker

1st/5th Bn. North Staffordshire Regiment

13th October 1915, aged 23.

Panel 103 to 105.

 

 

Remembered by his nephew Richard Shuker

 

 

Loos Memorial, Dud Corner

 

 

13812 Lance Serjeant

William Shuker

8th Bn. North Staffordshire Regiment

Between 18th November 1916 and 19th November 1916, aged 32.

Plot C. 47.

 

Son of Mrs. Sarah Ann Shuker, of Stoke Old Rd., Hartshill, Stoke-on-Trent.

 

Remembered by his nephew Richard Shuker

 

Grandcourt Road Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

R/14375 Rifleman

James Skene

9th Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps.

06/05/1917, aged 27.

 

Remembered by Susan Mary Walsh

Hibers Trench Cemetery

 

1683 Private

William Skidmore

7th Bn. Royal Scots

22/05/1915.

 

Killed at Quintinshill Junction on the 22nd May 1915.
Bound for war and in high spirits they left Larbert in two trains and headed south. It was the second of these trains that was involved in the crash.
William died in what was Britain’s worst train crash. Three officers, twenty-nine non-commissioned officers and one hundred and eighty two soldiers were killed or burned to death. The remainder of the 7th Battalion sailed to Gallipoli.

 

Remembered by Mary Gregory, first cousin, twice removed

 

Edinburgh (Rosebank) Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

15434 Private

Alfred Walter Smith

1st Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment

25/05/1916, aged 18.

 

Son of Divers & Emily Smith, 19 Wellington Terrace, Walsoken, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

 

Remembered by Susan Kitchen

 

Dartmoor Cemetery, Becourt-Becordel

 

 

2562 Guardsman

George Edward Smith

1st Coy, 4th Battalion, Guards Machine Gun Regiment

Formerly 22236 Grenadier Guards

27/08/1918.

 

Remembered by Julie (great niece)  and Trevor Canton

 

Croisilles British Cemetery

 

 

202105 Rifleman

Thomas Smith

1st/5th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment)

20th September 1917, aged 31.

Panel 31 to 34 and 162 and 162A and 163A.

 

Son of Thomas and Annie Smith; husband of Florence Smith (nee Coxhead), of Everton, Liverpool.

Father of Florence, Frances, Thomas and Robert.

Remembered with Honour by his Great-Grandson Colin Madden

 

Tyne Cot Memorial

 

 

 

 

 

19785 Private

Richard Henry Spake

2nd Bn. Royal Berkshire Regiment

11/04/1917.

 

Son of Henry William and Florence Mary Spake of
16 Poole Rd Itchen Southampton Hampshire
 

Remembered with honour by Gerri Thompson

 

St. Sever Cemetery Extension

 

 

30553 Private

Percival Dennis Sprackling

13th Bn. East Surrey Regiment

18/07/1917, aged 34.

 

Remembered by brother Leslie Ernest Sprackling's daughter Mrs. Pearl Godsmark

 

Fins New British Cemetery

 

 

4516 Private

Michael Stack

1st Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers

08/04/1918

Husband of Ellen and Father of Mary, Catherine and William of Fortwilliam Abbeydorney, Kerry, Ireland

Remembered with honour by his Grandson Michael Emery of Hall Green, Birmingham

 

834 Private

Joseph Ernest Stannard

11th Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

03/05/1915.

 

Remembered by great nephew, Peter Chapman

 

Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery

 

 

 

 

6943 Lance Corporal

John William Stent

15th  (The King's) Hussars

25/02/1915.

 

Remembered by Sue Stead

Son of John C Stent and Elizabeth Stent of Bromley, Kent. Caught behind enemy lines and shot at Guise Chateau

 

Guise Communal Cemetery

 

 

 

 

 

Private 18834

Arthur George Stallard15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment

27/09/1916 Age 17

Arthur was badly wounded at the Battle for Flers sometime on or after 15th September 1916.

He was transported to one of the stationary hospitals in Rouen, where sadly he died of his wounds on Wednesday 27th September 1916, a week away from his 18th Birthday on the 5th October.

Arthur was the younger brother of L/Cpl 20773 Charles Albert Stallard, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regt, KIA 25th April 1917, Salonika campaign and Private 7515 Ernest Stallard, 1st Battalion Hampshire Regiment, an 'old contemptible' who survived the war.

Also son of John and Edith Stallard of 36 Jervis Road, Stamshaw, Portsmouth.

Remembered by great nephew, Kyle Greenfield

St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen

 

 

 

1990577 Sapper

Frederick Stanley Stocker

3 "C"  Field Sqdn. Royal Engineers

07/10/1943, aged 29.

 

Son of Edward Stanley Stocker of South Norwood, Surrey

Remembered with honour by Matthew Abel

Fayid War Cemetery

 

 

2088540 Lance Bombardier

Howard Walter Stocker

5 Searchlight Regt. Royal Artillery

23/12/1942, aged 22.

 

Son of Harry Edgar Stocker of Wimbledon, Surrey

 

 

Remembered with honour by Matthew Abel

Kranji War Cemetery

 

 

32067 Private

J. R. Stonall

11th Bn. East Lancashire Regiment

12/09/1918.

 

May he be remembered always for his sacrifice to god and country

Brian Stonall

 

Pont-d'Achelles Military Cemetery

 

4016 Company Quartermaster Serjeant

William Sullivan

1st Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers

30/10/1914, aged 36.

 

Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of the late Band Serjt. Martin Sullivan (4th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers) and Frances Sullivan; husband of Elizabeth Sullivan, of 3, Twthill Terrace, Carnarvon. Served in the South African War.

 

Remembered by great niece, Jenny Melides

 

Menin Gate Memorial

 

 

29799 Private

Frederick Sumner

8th Bn. South Lancashire Regiment

07/08/1917.

 

Remembered by niece Hilary Jones (formerly Sumner)

 

Menin Gate Memorial

 

 

205139 Private

James William Sword

9th Bn. Norfolk Regiment 01/08/1917, aged 23 .

 

Son of James William Sword of Norwich, Norfolk

Remembered with honour by Matthew Abel

Rue-Petillon Military Cemetery

 

 

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Captain

William Henry Tatnall

24th Bn., Australian Infantry

7th August 1916, aged 31.

 

Son of William Champion Tatnall, of 12, Edgar Road, Clive Vale, Hastings, England, and the late Emily Jane Tatnall. Native of Finchley, London, England.

 

Born 12 February 1885 in Finchley, Mdx to William Champion Tatnall and Emily
Jane Nobbs.

He emigrated to Australia in 1911 and worked as a Bank Clerk at the Union
Bank, Warrnambool, Victoria.

He joined the Military in 1914 at Warrnambool and died on 7 August 1916 at
Tara Hill, Posieres, France

Regiment No. 521 24th Bn Australian Infantry A.I.F.

 

Remembered by his 2nd cousin twice removed Sandra Wilmot

 

 

Bécourt Military Cemetery

 

 

 

 

17814 Battery Quartermaster Serjeant

William Walter Talbot

4th Brigade Ammunition Column

Royal Horse Artillery

09/05/1919, aged 41.

 

Remembered by Rick, Geoffrey and Wendy Talbot, his grandchildren

 

Marcinelle New Communal Cemetery

 

 

354126 Lance Corporal

Albert Tilley

7th Bn. London Regiment

09/08/1918, aged 22.

 

Son of William and Alice Tilley of 27 Stanley Buildings, Pancras Road, Kings Cross, London.

 

Remembered with honour 

 

Vis-en-Artois Memorial

 

 

17902 Lance Corporal

William Charles Tilley

1st Bn. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry

23/07/1916, aged 23.

 

Son of William and Alice Tilley of 27 Stanley Buildings, Pancras Road, Kings Cross, London.

 

Remembered with honour

 

Thiepval Memorial

 

1957 Private

Henry (Harry) Timson

1st/7th Bn. Sherwood Foresters

13/10/1915, aged 23.

 

Son of John and Anna Maria Timson of Nottingham, brother of Sarah and Harriet.

 

Killed in action whilst burying his friend Jack,  at the Hohenzollern Redoubt

Remembered with pride by your great nieces and nephews who honour your memory.

Quarry Cemetery, Vermelles

 

 

Second Lieutenant

Samuel Levis Trinder

9th Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers

17/08/1917, aged 36.

 

Remembered by Alexis Bolster and Albert Duke

Brandhoek New Military Cemetery No.3

 

 

16219 Private

Henry Joseph Tritschler

9th Bn. Devonshire Regiment

27/09/1915, aged 19.

 

Only son of Conrad Tritschler, of 43, Wheathill Rd., Anerley, London. Born at Everett, Mass., U.S.A.


"Remembered with honour"

by

Mike Hogan

 

Chocques Military Cemetery

 

 

 

 

11997 Private

Lewis Tropman, MM.

1st Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment

18/04/1918, aged 38.

 

Remembered by great nephew, Alan Webb

 

Loos Memorial, Dud Corner

 

 

7893 Private

George Turner

2nd Bn. Oxford & Bucks' Light Infantry

16/11/1914, aged 29.

 

Son of Maria Turner (formerly Bird) & William Turner of Spriggs Hollies, Chinnor, Oxon, Buckinghamshire, England.

Remembered by great niece,

Joan Pullen

 

Menin Gate Memorial

 

 

 

 

 

 

1045 Lance Serjeant

William Johnston Turner

12th Bn. Australian Infantry, A. I. F.

25/07/1916.

 

Remembered by Marlene Van Zetten, great niece

 

Villers-Bretonneux Memorial

 

841660 Private

Augustus Type

13th Bn., Canadian Infantry

01/02/1918

 

Remembered by Jim Type

 

 

Bristol (Brunswick Square) Unitarian Burial Ground

 

 

 

128797 Lieutenant

John Cedric Rogan Type

4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards

Royal Armoured Corps

04/07/1944 aged 23.

 

Son of Cedric Percy and Dorothy Type, of Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire.

 

Remembered by Jim Type

 

 

Ancona War Cemetery

 

         

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