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LITTLE ABINGTON WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Ann Thompson
2000
Phootgraphs David Male 2005 & 2008

In the porch of the parish church of St Mary's . The men who served are listed, those who died are denoted with a poppy.

Photograph Copyright © Dave Male 2005


ROLL OF HONOUR
OF ALL WHO SERVED
FROM THIS PARISH
IN THE GREAT WAR
1914-1918

ABRAHAM Horace [Frank]  
Born Thriplow circa 1895. Gardener by trade. After the war he retrained as a Cobbler. Died in 1969. Lost his leg and was shot through the right hand in service.
ANDREWS E  
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ANDREWS F  
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ASHMAN Alan [T]


RIP

Private 4942, 8th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, killed in action 12th October 1917, age 31, born Pampisford, enlisted Linton, commemorated: TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Son of Mrs. Fanny Ashman, of Little Abington, Cambs.
ASHMAN F  
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CARTER J W A  
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CASHMAN J  
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COOPER C H  
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CUTTER A  
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CUTTER Charles [Henry]


RIP

Lance Corporal 17365, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, killed in action 28th April 1917, age 32, born Little Abington, enlisted Cambridge, commemorated: ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Husband of Ellen Cutter, of 5, High St., Hinxton, West Chesterford, Essex.
CUTTER C  
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CUTTER G  
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CUTTER H G  
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CUTTER Montague


RIP

Private 20394, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, killed in action 1st July 1916, born Little Abington, enlisted Cambridge, commemorated: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France.
CUTTER P  
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CUTTER S  
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CUTTER W  
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DAY A W  
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DAY D  
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DAY G


RIP

Possibly: Pte. George Day, 1st Bt. Cambridgeshire Reg., d 26/9/1917, age 21, commemorated: TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Son of Stephen John and Mary Jane Day, of 29, Brick Row, Babraham, Cambs. See also Babraham.
DAY H  
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DYBAL E F  
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DYBALL C E  
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DYBALL R H  
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ELLIS A


RIP

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ELLIS H  
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FAIREY T  
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HAYWARD E C  
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KING R F  
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LINSELL H W


RIP

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LINSELL V C  
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PATTEN A  
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PATTEN W  
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PEARSON T K R  
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PEPPERCORN W  
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PETTIT S  
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SCOTCHER W  
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SEAMER A S  
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UNWIN G  
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WESTLEY [Albert] Maurice


RIP

Pte. 3rd Bt. Suffolk Reg., d 18/2/1915, age 29, buried: LITTLE ABINGTON (ST.MARY) CHURCHYARD, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom. Son of William and Eliza Westley; husband of Lizzie Hawkes (formerly Westley), of Little Walden. Saffron Walden. Essex.
WHITTINGTON Frederic Benjamin Brandon (Revd )  
TD, MA: Vicar of Great & Little Abingdon from 1906. Chaplain 4th Class (T.F.), 1910 & 1914. Chaplain, 69th Division.
Buried in the churchyard
CHAPPLE Ellicot Alfred Hunter


RIP

F.O., R.A.F. d 12/1/1941, age 23, Son of Alfred Chapple, M.A., B.Sc., Barrister-at-Law, and Hannah Melville Chapple, of Great Abington. B.A. (Cantab.). See also Perse School, Cambridge.
LANE Frank


RIP

Ldg A/cman R.A.F.V.R., d 28/7/1945, age 43, Son of Raymond William and Annie Lane; husband of Alice Agnes Bella Lane, of Little Abington.
Also listed for this parish in the Ely Cathedral Second World War Book of Remembrance:
ALCOTT V


RIP

Possibly: Sgm. Victor Alcott, HMS Martin, Royal Navy, d 10/11/1942, age 20, commemorated: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent, United Kingdom. Son of John and Mary H. Alcott, of Greenford, Middlesex.
MINGAY Alfred [Charles James]


RIP

Sgt. Royal Army Service Corps, d 24/12/1940, age 27, buried: ALEXANDRIA (CHATBY) MILITARY AND WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt. Son of L. Cpl. Ben Mingay, The Suffolk Regt. (killed in action in France, 24th October, 1918), and of Margaret Mingay, of Little Abington, Cambridgeshire.

Last updated 26 October, 2013

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