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KINGSTON - Roll of Honour
Compiled and copyright © 2001 Dave Edwards

additional information by John Clark

There is a memorial inside the church listing those who served and another on the exterior listing the two men who died.

 

Died

 

Charles Custance

L/Cpl.

Lance Corporal 15770, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action Sunday 9th June 1918. Age 25. Born Kingston, enlisted Cambridge. Husband of Lillian M Chapman (formerly Custance) of Kingston Cambridge. Buried in ST. VENANT-ROBECQ ROAD BRITISH CEMETERY, ROBECQ, Pas de Calais, France. Grave IV. B. II.

William Custance

L/Cpl.

Lance Corporal 15761, "B" Coy. 2nd Battalion (formerly 13th Bn.), Suffolk Regiment. Died of wounds Wednesday 15th November 1916. Age 21. Born Kingston, enlisted Cambridge. Son of Thomas and Mary Anne Custance of Kingston Cambs. Buried in QUEANT ROAD CEMETERY, BUISSY, Pas de Calais, France. Grave VIII. F. 7.

The Great War 1914 1918
Men of this parish who answered the call of duty

 

Wounded

 

Frank Jacklin

L/Sgt.

No further information currently available

Motto Allgood

Pte.

No further information currently available

Samuel AJ Blows

Pte.

No further information currently available

William Custerton

Pte.

No further information currently available

David Custerton

Pte.

No further information currently available

Israel Custerton

Pte.

No further information currently available

Joseph J Chapman

Pte.

No further information currently available

A Ernest Jacklin

Pte.

No further information currently available

Fred Lindsay

Pte.

No further information currently available

Walter Rayner

Pte.

No further information currently available

 

Served

 

Bert Rayner

C.S.M.

No further information currently available

Herbert A Bester

Cpl.

No further information currently available

Joseph Custance

Pte.

No further information currently available

Robert P Custerson

Pte.

No further information currently available

Sidney T Chapman

Pte.

No further information currently available

Frederick Newman

Pte.

No further information currently available

Joseph C Reed

Pte.

No further information currently available

G David Thompson

Pte.

No further information currently available

R John Wayman

Pte.

No further information currently available

Albert M Wayman

Pte.

No further information currently available

God Save the King

Also listed for this parish in the Ely Cathedral Second World War Book of Remembrance:

Gordon FARRANT

probably Gordon Farrant who died on Sunday 11th May 1941. Age 29. Police War Reserve; of 26 Cornwall Street. Husband of Violet Farrant. at House of Commons. Commemorated with CITY OF WESTMINSTER, Civilian War Dead.

Reginald Alfred PRATT

Ld. Stoker, HMS Juno, Royal Navy, d 21/5/1941, age 23, commemorated: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent, United Kingdom. Son of Arthur and Gladys Honor Pratt, of Kingston, Cambridgeshire.

22 October 2002
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