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HARLTON - Roll of Honour

World War 1 - Roll of Honour of the men who served
Compiled and copyright © 2000 Tony Legge

FOR KING AND COUNTRY

OUR ROLL OF HONOUR

1914

1918

 

PLEASE REMEMBER IN PRAYER THE FOLLOWING
WHO WERE/ARE ON ACTIVE SERVICE

NAME

SERVICE

REMARKS

1914

PERCY PATMAN

II SUFFOLKS
ROYAL FIELD
ARTILLERY

PRISONER OF WAR IN
GERMANY 1914-19 18

..

A. D ELLISON.
CAPT. M.C.

ROYAL FIELD
ARTILLERY

WOUNDED GALIPPOLI
1915. WOUNDED
FRANCE 1917

..

H. S. ELLISON
MAJOR. M. C.

ROYAL FIELD
ARTILLERY

WOUNDED TWICE 1916
WOUNDED 1917.
FRANCE

..

LEONARD MACE

XI SUFFOLKS

FRANCE

..

CHARLES
LAWRENCE

VII SUFFOLKS

WOUNDED 1916.
WOUNDED 1917.
PRISONER OF WAR.

..

PAGE MACE
SGT.

XI SUFFOLKS AND
KING’S AFRICAN
RIFLES

AFRICA INVALIDED
1918

1915

CHARLES
COSFORD

A.S.C. AND R.M.C.

FRANCE

1915

GEORGE
BROWN

Vii SUFFOLKS

FRANCE 1915.
PRISONER OF WAR
1918

..

HORACE MACE

CAMBS. REGT.

..

WILLIAM S.
PATMAN.
CORPL.

R.A.F.

SALONICA. FRANCE

1916

WILLIAM
BOLTON

QUEENS ROYAL W.
SURREYS

WOUNDED FRANCE

..

FREDERICK
PETERS

EAST SURREYS

SALONICA

..

JOSEPH BOLTON

SUFFOLKS

WOUNDED FRANCE 1918

..

LEWIS NORTHROP

MOTOR TRANSPORT

FRANCE

..

PHILIP MACE

TRANSPORT SECTION

1916

CHARLIE MACE

R.G.A.

1917

CHISTOPHER
RAYNER

MIDDLESEX
REGIMENT

WOUNDED FRANCE
1917

..

JAMES LING

SUFFOLK YEOMANRY

WOUNDED FRANCE
1917

1916

FRED BASS

ROYAL ENGINEERS

FRANCE joined 1918

1914

WILLIE
MATTHEWS

R.A.M.C.

1917

EDWARD
PATMAN

BEDFORDSHIRE REGT.

WOUNDED FRANCE
1918

..

LEONARD
GARNER

EAST SURREYS

WOUNDED FRANCE

1916

WILLIAM D.
IVATT

ROYAL ENGINEERS

FRANCE

1918

PERCIVAL
PAT MAN

YORK AND LANCS
REGT.

SLIGHTLY GASSED

1918

CHARLIE
COSFORD

ROYAL FUSILIERS

1915

HARRY
HARSNALL

AUSTRALIAN
IMPERIAL FRANCE

INVALIDED GALIPPOLI
1915.
FRANCE WOUNDED
1917
DISCHARGED.

NAVY

1914

SIDNEY HUNT

SEVERELY WOUNDED
ROYAL MARINES.
DISCHARGED.

Connected with the village

Harry Bolton Sgt.
Absalom Mace Sgt.
Lewis Fuller
Percy Prime
George Prime
Charles Prime
Charles Cullup Sgt.
Robert Clarke
Maurice Patman
W. G. Young Lieut. M.C.
F. L. Young. Sgt
killed in action
James Hammond
Tom Cullup

..

ARTHUR HUNT

HMS ANTRIM.
‘courageous’

WALTER PITT
FOX

WIRELESS OPERATOR

WILLIE MITCHELL

HMS CONSTANCE

1914

ALFRED HARSNALL

GUNNER HMS
MARLBOROUGH
at Heligoland and Jutland.

SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, 57 & 59 LUDGATE HILL, LONDON. EC

 

Details of those men above listed as killed. There are further entries for those who died on the Harlton St Mary Plaque.

James HAMMOND Private 21485, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Born Chesterton, enlisted Cambridge. Died of wounds Thursday, 20th July 1916 in France and Flanders. Age 38. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. Hammond; husband of J. Hammond, of 5, Bentick St., Union Rd., Cambridge. Commeorated on Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Pier and Face 1 C and 2 A.
Thomas CULLUP Private 126254, 21st (Infantry) Battalion, Machine Gun Corps. Enlisted Cambridge. Killed in action Monday, 27th May 1918 in France and Flanders. Formerly 21866, Suffolk Regiment. Son of Charles and Mabel Cullup, of Abbotsley, St. Neots, Hunts. Commemorated on Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France.
Also listed for this parish in the Ely Cathedral Second World War Book of Remembrance:
J B LEWIS No further information.
R P W LEWIS No further information.
Eric [Leslie] PAGRAM Rifleman 6852255 1st Bn., King's Royal Rifle Corps who died on Thursday 7 December 1944, age 30. Commemorated: CASSINO MEMORIAL Italy. Husband of J. Pagram, of Washington, Co. Durham.
Leslie [George] WILLMOT[T] Spr. 287 Field Coy., Royal Engineers, d 13/2/1942, age 22, commemorated: SINGAPORE MEMORIAL, Singapore. Son of George and Eliza Willmott, of Harlton, Cambridgeshire.

30 August 2003

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