Surnames - K

Surname

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When

KEMP

H E

M.M.

Gunner, son of Ellis Kemp, farmer. Lived High Street, Chatteris. Royal Garrison Artillery, carrying wounded under fire Cambridgeshire Times 28 September 1917.

Chatteris

WW1

KING

C W

M.M.

Lance-Corporal. Suffolk Regiment Cambridgeshire Times 26 October 1917.

March

WW1

KING

Charles Noel

M.C.

2nd Lieutenant. 208th Siege Bty, Royal Garrison Artillery Special Reserve, saved guns from enemy, April 1918. (LG 16 September 1918). Younger son of Mr C W King, solicitor March and Elm. Cambridgeshire Times 4 October 1918.

March

WW1

KINGHAM

F

M.M.

A/Corporal. Suffolk Regiment Cambridgeshire Times 25 October 1918.

Doddington

WW1

KIRBY

Martin H 'Dick'

MM

523943 Sapper, 354th Electrical & Mechanical Company, Royal Engineers. Died influenza and broncho-pneumonia 19 November 1918, age 30. Son of John & Lucy Kirby, 15 Park Street. Awarded Military Medal 31 July 1917. Formerly CCompany, 1/1st Cambridgeshire Regiment St Andre Communal Cemetery, Nord.

Walsoken

WW 1

KNIGHTLEY

Arthur E

DCM

Serjeant, 15701, 11th Bn., Suffolk Regiment who died on Sunday, 26th August 1917. Husband of G. M. Knightley, of The Mill, Histon, Cambs. Buried in HARGICOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, Aisne, France. Grave I. C. 33.

Histon &
Impington

WW 1

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