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CAMBRIDGE MATTHEW & SON LTD ROLL OF HONOUR

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Martin Edwards 2008

This article was published after the First World War as an advertisment by Matthew & Son, Limited of Cambridge. In Kelly's Directory 1929 Matthew and Son were described as 'Matthew & Son Limited, grocers, provision & wine & spirit merchants, fruiterers, greengrocers & florists; hardware, china, glass & ironmongery, 19, 20 & 21 Trinity street. Telegrams, “Matthew, Cambridge;” Telephone No. 15 (2 lines).' The quote below the Roll of Honour states:

AFTER VICTORY

The Directors of Matthews & Son Ltd, desire to thank their Custromers for the consideration and indulgence extended to them through the strenuous days of the war. Although they have endeavoured with theor depleted staff to give satisfaction, under the diffuclt conditions, to all orders received. M. & S. hope with the advent PEACE and the return in the near future of some of their old experienced employees to give their patrons the attention of pre-war days.

Article Courtesy and Copyright © Cambridge Record Office 2008
2nd Lieut. A.G. MATTHEW, R.H.A.

 

 

KILLED
HORSPOOL, W.C.S.
LEVETT, CHRISTOPHER
LISTER, R.B.
PAPWORTH, O.J.
WILDERSPIN, H.A.
MORTON, C.T.W.
B.G MATTHEW, O.T.C. MASKELL, S.
APTHORPE, P.H. NIGHTINGALE, T.
ADAMS, A.E. OSBORNE, B.A.
ASHMAN, G. PATE, W.R.
BURGESS, J.A. PENTON, H.J.
BRICKNELL, C. PAPWORTH, P.
BIRD, H.R. PLUMB, R.
BLACK, C.A. POWELL, R.
BURBAGE, J. PARSONS, W.C.
BRAZIER, S. PARSONS, C.
BROWN, R. PHILLIPS, F.C.G.
BLOWS, _. PARKER, H.
BEAUMONT, G.H. GRANGE, E.W.S. PEARCE, V.
BARTON, A. HOSEGOOD, G.B. QUAIFE, F.J.
BISHOP, A. HANNANT, E.G. SILK, R.
BRITTAIN, S. BULLOCK, E.C. SQUIRES, A.
BUTLER, E.A. HAZLEWOOD, W.G. SQUIRES, S.
CLIFFORD, W.S. HARDING, W. SIVELL, A.
COLE, A.W. HANCOCK, A. SHEPPARD, _.
COUSINS, O. HUDSON, A. SMITH, J.E.
CHANDLER, O. JOHNSON, H.R. SOUTH, W.T.
CHILDERLEY, A. JACOB, A. SILK, P.
CRACKNELL, E. JONES, J. THORPE, H.J.
DRIVER, E.A. KING, _. THOMPSON, D.
DEAN, E.R. KNIGHTS, W.G. TINWORTH, F.
DOCKERILL, A.E. KIRKUP, A.W.E. TAYLOR, J.L.
DORMAN, C.V. KIRKUP, F. THURSTON, A. (1st)
ELLIS, F.J. LOKER, A. THURSTON, A. (2nd)
EASY, F. LAYTON, _. UNDERWOOD, C.
EDWARDS, H. LOOKER, R. VAIL, E.H.
FRENCH, A.W. LOFTS, P. WILMER, A.E.
FOX, W.R. LEDMAN, H. WILLIAMS, H.
GARWOOD, R. LEVETT, E. WRIGHT, A.W.
GODDARD, C. MORLEY, H. WERREY, W.J.
Fred. G, Morgan, Major, O.C. 1st Vol. Battalion The CAmbs. Regiment.
In addition to the above names several employees have left for work, other than military, of national importance.

1914-1918

HORSPOOL William Charles Sydney

Sergeant 481035, 41st General Hospital, (Territoiral Force), Royal Army medical Corps. Died in Salonika 29th September 1918. Aged 26. Born St. Andrews, Cambridge, enlisted Cambridge. Son of William and Sarah Horspool, of 6, Parker St., Cambridge. Buried in MIKRA BRITISH CEMETERY, KALAMARIA, Greece. Grave 386. See also Cambridge Guildhall

LEVETT Christopher
No further information currently available - Cannot find any record of a Christopher LEVETT on CWGC or SDGW
LISTER, M.M. Rudolph Buckley
[Rundolph on SDGW] Private 326219, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 23rd August 1918. Aged 24. Enlisted Cambridge. Only son of William and Alice Lister, of 33, Alexandra Park Rd., Muswell Hill, London. Formerly 3405, 1st/1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.). Buried in GOMIECOURT SOUTH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot IV. Row F. Grave 2. See also Cambridge Guildhall
PAPWORTH Oswald Jack
Lance Corporal 53146, 9th Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Killed in action 13th April 1917. Aged 19. Enlisted Newmarket, resident Cambridge. Son of Edward John and Ada Agnes Papworth, of 175, Cherryhinton Rd., Cambridge. Formerly 3329, Suffolk Yeomanry. No known grave. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Bay 10. See also Cambridge Guildhall and also Cambridge St John's
WILDERSPIN Harry Alexander
Private 20806, 5th Battalion, King's (Shropshire Light Infantry). Killed in action 16th October 1917. Born St. matthew, Cambridge, enlisted Cambridge. Formerly 34718, Suffolk Regiment. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 112 to 113. See also Cambridge Guildhall

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