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ST. DOMINICK WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Paula & Dave Kennington 2008

The memorial is located inside the Parish Church of St.Dominick, it takes the form of a stone tablet containing the names of those who died in both World Wars. The tablet for the First World War also contains the names of those who served in World War One: 40 from the Navy and 77 from other forces.

Photograph Copyright © Paula & Dave Kennington 2008

To the glory of God and in pious memory of those from this parish who gave their lives for their King and Country in the Great War 1914-1919.

BICKLE William
Private 21776, 12th (Labour) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. Died in United Kingdom 13 June 1916. Aged 35. Born Clovelly, Devon, resident St. Mellion, Cornwall, enlisted Callington, Cornwall. Son of William and Jane Bickle. Buried in PLYMOUTH (EFFORD) CEMETERY, Devon. Church. Plot C. Row 45. Grave 3.
BRIDGMAN Harold [Samuel]
Private 56522, 2nd Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Killed in action 26 September 1917. Aged 19. Born St. Dominick, Cornwall, enlisted Callington, Cornwall. Son of Samuel and Susanna Bridgman, of Haye Farm, St. Dominick, Cornwall. In the 1901 census he was aged 3, born St. Domonick, Cornwall, son of Samuel and Susanna Bridgman, resident Haye, St Dominick, Liskeard, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 13, born St. Domonick, Cornwall, at school, resident with his parents, Samuel and Susannah, at Haye St Dominic, St Dominick, Cornwall. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 63 to 65.
CONGDON [Richard] Henry
Stoker 1st Class K/17179 (DEV), H.M.S. "Bullfinch", Royal Navy. Killed when his ship collided with a Merchant Steamer 15 August 1914. Born 11 January 1894 in Tavistock, Devon. Son of Jane Congdon, of Rudland Mill, St. Dominick, Cornwall, and the late Rev. William Congdon, late of The Rectory, St. Dominick, Cornwall. Buried in GRIMSBY (SCARTHO ROAD) CEMETERY, Lincolnshire. Plot 41. Row D. Grave 9.
CONGDON Reginald
Able Seaman J/22211, H.M.S. "Arabis", Royal Navy. Killed in action when his ship was sunk 11 February 1916. Aged 21. Born 14 June 1895 in Tavistock, Cornwall. Son of Jane Ann Congdon, of Baber Cottage, St. Dominick, Cornwalll, and the late William Congdon. In the 1901 census he was aged 5, born St. Dominick, Cornwall, resident withn his parents, William and Jane Congdon, at Radland Mill, Farms, St Dominick, Liskeard, Cornwall. No known grave. Commemorated on PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon. Panel 11.
CORDWELL William [Samuel]
Gunner RMA/7989, H.M.S. "Aboukir", Royal Marine Artillery. Died when his ship was torpedoed by the German U-boat U9 in the North Sea 22 September 1914. Aged 38. Born 19 October 1875 in St Mellion, St. Dominick, Cornwall, baptised 28 November 1875 in St. Dominick, Cornwall. Farm labourer before enlisting. Son of William and Ann Cordwell, of Glebe Cottage, St. Dominick, Cornwall. Formerly a Farm Labourer. Enlisted 28 February 1899 at Plymouth Religious denomination Church of England. Height 5 feet 11½ inches, fresh complexion, light brown hair, hazel eyes. In Royal Fleet Reserve 28 February 1911. No known grave. Commemorated on PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire. Panel 5.
FORD Charles
Private 266941, 6th Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Killed in action 16 August 1917. Born and resident St. Dominick, Cornwall, enlisted Cassington, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 14, a General Farm Labourer, son of Charles and Louisa Ford, resident St Dominick, Cornwall. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 96 to 98.
GRILLS Hubert [John]

Private 345450, 16th (Royal Devon and Royal North Devon Yeomanry) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment. Killed in action in the Egyptian Theatre of War 3 December 1917. Aged 28. Born Plymouth, resident Bere Ferrers, Devon, enlisted Exeter. Son of Charlotte Grills, of Edgcumbe House, Bere Ferrers, Bere Alston, Devon, and the late John Grills. Native of Torpoint, Cornwall. In the 1891 census he was aged 1, born Cornwall, resident with his parents, John and Charlotte Grills, at Albert Villas, Green Bank, Antony, St. Germans, Cornwall. In the 1901 census he was aged 11, born Torpoint, Cornwall, resident with his uncle and aunt, Edwin and Jane Vosper, at Woodland, Bohetherick, St. Dominick, Liskeard, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 21, born Torpoint, Cornwall, Assisting in his Uncle's Corn Coal and Manure Dealership, resident with his uncle at 4 Cotehele Quay, Calstock, Cornwall. Buried in JERUSALEM WAR CEMETERY, Israel and Palestine (including Gaza). Section F. Grave 4.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 4, page 71:

GRILLS, HUBERT JOHN, Private, No. 345450, 16th (Service) Battn. The Devonshire Regt., s. of the late John Grills, of Edgcumbe House, Bore Ferrers, by his wife, Charlotte, dau. of George Martin ; b. Torpoint, co. Cornwall, 21 June, 1889 ; educ. St. Dominic's Wesleyan School, East Cornwall ; was a Fruit Grower ; joined the Royal Devonshire Yeomanry 16 Nov. 1915 ; served with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force in Palestine from Dec. 1916 ; transferred to the Devonshire Regt., and was killed in action near Jerusalem 3 Dec. 1917. Buried at Beit-ur-el Foka, near Jerusalem. An Officer wrote : "His loss is deeply felt, for he was very popular. He was a splendid soldier and the best of comrades," and Corpl. Noxon : "He has been in my section for several months, and I knew him very intimately, and respected him for his cheerful willingness to do his duty or help his comrades at all times. His body lies in the little mountain village, where he fought so gallantly for his King and country." Unm.

HARRIS Ernest [Stanley John]
Private 74444, 100th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died of wounds 29 November 1917. Aged 35. Born St. Dominick, Cornwall, enlisted Exeter. Son of John and Grace Harris, of St. Dominic, Cornwall; husband of Mary Jane (nee Paynter) Harris, of Trainer Cottage, Albaston, Tavistock, married in the April to June Quarter of 1913 in the Tavistock Registration District. In the 1901 census he was aged 17, born St. Domonick, Cornwall, a servant to William Jope, assisting on farm, resident Dairy Mill, St Dominick, Liskeard, Cornwall. Buried in GREVILLERS BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot VIII. Row C. Grave 5.
LANGSFORD Tosti
Private 42390, 5th Battalion, Alexandra Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment). Killed in action 29 October 1917. Aged 20. Son of Roger and Pollie Langsford, of Cleave, St. Dominick, Cornwall. Born and resident Colstock (sic), enlisted Callington. Formerly 150450, Royal Field Artillery. In the 1901 census he was aged 4, born Calstock, Cornwall, resident with his parents and gradparents at Cleave, Calstock, Cornwall. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 52 to 54 and 162A.
LAWRY [William] Arthur
Gunner 68124, 110th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed in action 11 November 1916. Aged 29. Born St. Dominick, Cornwall, resident Heamoor, Cornwall, enlisted London. Son of James W. and Charlotte M. Lawry, of Calstock, Cornwall; husband of Lena (nee Swithenbank) Lawry, of Ellerstre, Prout Grove, Neasden, London, married in the October to December Quarter of 1915 in Penzance Registration District. In the 1891 census he was aged 3, born Cornwall, resident with his parents at Bohetherick, St Dominick, Liskeard, Cornwall. Buried in DELVILLE WOOD CEMETERY, LONGUEVAL, Somme, France. Plot XXVI. Row A. Grave 2.
MARTIN Edwin [Oscar]
Private 24371, 7th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Killed in action 30 November 1917. Aged 23. Born Calstock, Cornwall, enlisted Callington, Cornwall. Son of Richard John and Clara Martin, of Fore St., Calstock, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Calstock Cornwall, a Farm Worker, resident with his parents, Richard John and Calara Martin, inl, Calstock, Cornwall. No known grave. Commemorated on CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL, Nord, France. Panel 6.
O’BRIEN Edward
In the 1901 census he was aged 2, born Devonport, son of Fanny O'Brien, resident with his grandparents at Baber Church Town, St Dominick, Liskeard, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 13, stepson of Charles Howard, son of Fanny, resident St Dominick, Cornwall. There is a death recorded for an Edward O'Brien in January to March Quarter of 1918 in Devonport, Devon, aged 18.
PINE W
possibly listed as William PYNE on CWGC, Chief Stoker 152079, H.M. Motor Lighter L/1, Royal Navy. Died 19 May 1916. Aged 46. Husband of Ada E. J. Pyne, of 50, Holborn Place, Garden City, Rosyth. Native of Devonport. Buried in SALONIKA (LEMBET ROAD) MILITARY CEMETERY, Greece. Grave 131.
POAD [William] Clifford
Stoker 2nd Class K/22249, H.M.S. "Monmouth", Royal Navy. Killed when his ship, a Cruiser, was sunk by "Scharnhorst" and "Gneisenau" off Valparaiso 1 November 1914. Aged 19. Born 20 August 1895 in Callington, Cornwall. Son of Charles and Alice Poad, of Cross, St. Dominick, Cornwall. Formerly a General Labourer. Enlisted 19 March 1914 for 12 years. Height 5 feet 9 inches, chest 37½ inches, brown hair, brown eyes, fresh complexion. In the 1911 census he was aged 15, born St. Dominick, Cornwall, son of Charles Henry and Alice Trewin Poad, resident at Cross St Dominick, St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of Stanley Edgar Poad (listed under those who served - Army). No known grave. Commemorated on PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon. Panel 3.
RYDER George [Ingerson]
Private 31848, 1st Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Killed in action 23 April 1917. Aged 21. Born St. Dominick, Cornwall, resident St. Mellion, Cornwall, enlisted Exeter. Son of Mrs. Ellen Ryder, of Tremone Cottage, St. Mellion, Cornwall. Formerly 3374, 1st Devonshire Yeomanry. No known grave. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Bay 6.
STEPHENS George [Skinnard]
Private 48866, 10th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action 11 November 1917. Enlisted Callington, Cornwall. In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born St. Dominick, Cornwall, son of Thomas and Jane Stephens, resident with his parents at Donescombe Gate, St Dominick, Liskeard, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 17, born St. Dominick, Cornwall, Horse Man working on farm, servant to John Harry Bond, resident Stockwell St Dominick, St Dominick, Cornwall. No known grave. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 54 to 60 and 163A.

WEBBER

William [Henry]

Driver 1453, 2nd/3rd Devon Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Died 3 June 1915. Aged 17. Resident Tavistock, Cornwall, enlisted Callington, Cornwall. Son of Thomas and Marina Webber. In the 1901 census he was aged 3, born Calstock, Cornwall, son of Thomas and Marina Webber, resident Coombe, Calstock, Cornwall. In the 1911 census he was aged 13, born Calstock, Cornwall, at school, resident with his mother, Marina Webber, in St Ann's Chapel, Gunnislake, Calstock, Cornwall. Buried in BANGALORE (HOSUR ROAD) CEMETERY, India. Plot 7. Row B1. Grave 41.

This tablet was erected and the clock placed in the tower as a thankoffering for the services rendered by those named above. Also for the many mercies received from Almighty God during the war and for the blessing of peace.
1939-1945

MARTIN

William Ronald

[Listed as Ronald William MARTIN on CWGC] Corporal T/130973, Royal Army Service Corps. Died as a result of an accident 25 September 1945. Aged 31. Born and resident Cornwall. Son of Harry and Clara Edith Martin, of St. Dominic, Cornwall. Buried in OOSTENDE NEW COMMUNAL CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot 9. Row 11. Grave 39.

SAMBLES

Leonard William

[Listed as William Leonard SAMBELS on CWGC] Leading Stoker D/KX 98345, H.M.S. "Fernie", Royal Navy. Died 11 July 1942. Aged 25. Son of John and Lily Sambles, of St. Dominick. Buried in ST. DOMINICK (ST. DOMINICA) CHURCHYARD, Cornwall.

SEYMOUR

Francis William

Civilian. Firewatcher; of 34 St. John's Road, Cattedown. Son of W. and A. Seymour, of Ashton, Callington, Cornwall; husband of Winifred aka Winnie A (nee Jasper) Seymour, married in the April to June Quarter of 1936 in the Liskeard Registration District. Injured at Western National Bus Garage; died same day at Prince of Wales Hospital, Greenbank 30 April 1940. Aged 31.

For World War 1 there is a list of men who aso served, these are now sorted into alphabetical order within service.

THE FOLLOWING ALSO SERVED IN THE NAVY

BABB William [C]
In the 1911 census he was aged 33, born Cornwall, a Farmer's son working on farm, married to Minnie Babb, son of Joseph and Betsy Babb, resident St Dominick, Cornwall.
BALSDON W J H
No further information currently available
BENNETT Henry aka Harry
In the 1911 census he was aged 18, born St. Dominick, Cornwall, an Agricultural Labourer Farmer, son of Stephen and Thomasine Bennett, resident Cross St Dominick, St Dominick, Cornwall.
BENNETT J
No further information currently available
BENNETT J
No further information currently available
BENNETT O B
No further information currently available
BENNETT W
No further information currently available
BENNETTS F R P
No further information currently available
BOND Ernest Henry
In the 1911 census he was aged 28, born Grahamstown, Cape Colony, South Africa, married to Maude Helena (nee Cousens) Bond, in the Steamship Merchant Service, resident with his in-laws, John and Emily Cousens, at Glebe Cottages, St Dominick, Cornwall.
BRENT T
No further information currently available
COLLINGS A
No further information currently available
COLLINGS F
No further information currently available
COLLINGS W
No further information currently available
COWLE C
No further information currently available
CUNDY C
No further information currently available
GOLDSWORTHY S
No further information currently available
HUGHES N
No further information currently available
HUGHES W
No further information currently available
KELLY N
No further information currently available
KELLY T
No further information currently available
LANGSFORD N
No further information currently available
LEE S
No further information currently available
LEE T
No further information currently available
MARTIN Stephen
In the 1911 census he is a son, aged 12, born Bohetherick, St Dominick, Cornwall, at school, resident with his parents, Thomas and Mary Jane Martin, at Bohetherick, St Dominick, Cornwall. His brothers Thomas and Arthur Martin under listed under Army.
MARTIN William
In the 1911 census he is aged 11, born Landulph, Cornwall, at school, resident with his parents, Thomas and Selina Martin, at Heathfield, St Dominick, Cornwall.
NATTLE Percy
In the 1911 census he is aged 11, born St Dominick, Cornwall, at school, resident with his parents, John and Hannah Rowling Nattle, at Tor View, St Dominick, Cornwall.
OLVER J
No further information currently available
OLVER W J
No further information currently available
PAYNTER W
No further information currently available
POAD S
No further information currently available
RICKARD F
No further information currently available
RICKARD [Edward] Garfield
Chief Petty Officer Second Class K/16138, H.M.S. Berwick, Royal Navy. Born 18 October 1893 in St. Dominick. Gardener before enlisting. Enlisted 21 September 1912 for 12 years, re-enlisted 24 July 1924 to completion. Height 5 feet 2 inches, chest 37 inches, brown hair, brown hair, fresh complexion. Servedon H.M.S. Vivid II (1912-1913), H.M.S. Orion (1913-1919) fought at the Battle of Jutland, H.M.S. Alexander (1919-1920), H.M.S. Vivid II (1920-1921), H.M.S. Blake (Sep-Oct 1921), H.M.S. Blenheim (1921-1922), H.M.S. Vivid II (1922-1923), H.M.S. Constance (1923-1925), H.M.S. Vivid II (Jul-Sep 1925), at Woolwich (Oct-Dec 1925), H.M.S. Vivid II (1926-July 1927), H.M.S. Berwick (16 July 1927).
RICKARD T
No further information currently available
RICKARD W J H
No further information currently available
SARGEANT William
In the 1911 census he was married to Jessie, aged 25, born Gunneslake, Cornwall, a general labourer, resident Glebe Cottage, St Dominick, Cornwall.
STEPHENS A
No further information currently available
TINK William
No further information currently available
TRENANCE J
No further information currently available
VOSPER J
No further information currently available
WAYE T
No further information currently available
IN THE ARMY
BABB Richard
In the 1911 census he was aged 19, born St Dominick Cornwall, a Carter and General Work, working for Charles Langsford, resident Murden Mill St Dominic, St Dominick, Cornwall.
BASSETT Edgar [Hensley]
Private M2/131675, 17th Section, Royal Army Service Corps. Born 1889, in St. Dominick, Cornwall. Resident 4 Coniston Cottages, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire. Attested 15 October 1915 in London, aged 26. Motor driver by trade. Married Hilda Frances (nee Skinner) Bassett on 14 October 1912 at Merstham, two sons. Height 5 feet 8 inches, chest 35 inches. Served in the Mediteranean with 596 Company, Mechanised Transport, 7 November to 20 December 1915, in Mesopotamia 21 December 1915 to 4 May 1917, furlo to India 5 May 1917 to 4 September 1917, with Expditionary Force to Mesopotamia 5 September 1917 to 16 April 1919; enroute home 127 April 1919 to 11 July 1919, served at home 12 July to 7 August 1919. Demobilised 8 Augsut 1919 transferred to Class "Z" Army Reserve.
BRENT H
No further information currently available
BRIDGMAN P
No further information currently available
CHANNON J
No further information currently available
COLLINS George
Gunner 107648, Royal Garrison Artillery. Born 1889 in St. Dominick, Cornwall, resident Hessenford, St. Germans, Cornwall. Attested 9 December 1915 at Liskeard, aged 26 years 7 months, enlisted 29 July 1916, aged 26. Invalided out due to Rheumatism (1912) and Malaria (early 1918 in India) 28 March 1919. Steam Threshing Feeder by trade. Height 5 feet 8 inches, black hair, grey eyes, fair complexion. Unmarried. Son of Margarite Collins of St. Dominick, Cornwall. Discharged 28 March 1919.
COLLINS H
No further information currently available
CONGDON Frederick [George]
In the 1911 census he was a servant, aged 23, born St Dominick Cornwall, General Farm Work, resident, with John Congdon, at Welltown Farm, Callington, St Dominick, Cornwall.
CONGDON Sydney
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 29, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a Farm Labourer, son of William and Jane Congdon, resident Radland Mill, St Dominick, Cornwall.
CONGDON T
No further information currently available
CONGDON W
No further information currently available
COOK A
No further information currently available
COOK W
No further information currently available
COUSENS J
No further information currently available
COWLE Edmund
In the 1911 census he was aged 33, born St Dominick, Cornwall, resident with his widowed father, Edward Cowle, in St Dominick, Cornwall.
CRADICK E
No further information currently available
CUNDY A
No further information currently available
DOIDGE E
No further information currently available
DOWNING C
No further information currently available
DOWNING T
No further information currently available
DUKE E
No further information currently available
DUKE S
No further information currently available
EDE K
No further information currently available
EDE W
No further information currently available
FORD F
No further information currently available
FORD Wilfred John
Private 240959, Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry. Born 1890 in St. Dominick, Cornwall. Attested 22 February 1916, aged 25 years 120 days. Labourer by trade. Height 5 feet 5½ inches, weight 148 lbs, chest 37 inches. Minus first ploalyux first finger left hand but not sufficient for rejection. Suffered gunshot wounds to face, shoulder and back, admitted to 3rd Western General Hospital, Cardiff 5 April 1918, released 6 July 1918. Became no longer physically fit for war service 25 August 1919.
HAMBLY P
No further information currently available
HERRING J C
In the 1911 census he was aged 27, a boarder, born Stonehouse, Devon, a Postman, resident with William and Alice Friendship inSt Dominick, Cornwall.
HILL Stanley
Gunner 152841, 3rd Depot, 247th Battery, then 432nd Siege Battery (30 April 1917), Royal Garrison Artillery. Born 1886 in St. Dominick, Cornwall, resident Bridgehouse, Bridestowe, Devon. Attested 7 December 1915 at Okehampton, aged 29 years 284 days, posting postponed due to harvest, posted 13 April 1917 aged 30 years 330 days. Master Butcher by trade. Religious denomination Church of England. Married Olive Jane White at Bridestow, Devon 13 November 1916. Height 5 feet 7 inches, chest 38 inches. Lived at "Fox Park", Halton Quay, St. Mellion, Cornwall. Father of Stanley John Hill, born 20 May 1917. Served in Italy. Demoblised to Class "Z" Army Reserve 16 March 1919.
HOSKEN P
No further information currently available
JONES J
No further information currently available
KELLY J
No further information currently available
LANGSFORD A
No further information currently available
LANGSFORD Charles
Acting Bombardier 91723, 88th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Born 1897 in St. Dominick, Cornwall. Resident Bristol, Gloucestershire. Enlisted 11 December 1915 at Bristol, aged 18 years 7 months, to Army Reserve 13 December 1915, mobilised 3 June 1916 at Plymouth, posted to 3 Depot, then to Queenstown R.G.A. 8 June 1916, 43rd Battry 28 September 1916, A Seige Depot 16 September 1916, attached to British Expeditonary Force 230th Siege Battery, R.G.A. 6 October 1916, served at home from 24 December 1917 to 5 April 1918, British Expeditinary Force 6 April 1918. Suffered mild gas shell poisoning 7 December 1917 admitted to two casualty clearing stations before being invalided to England on "Princess Elizabeth", admitted to 2nd Scottish General Hospital 24 December 1917, discharged from hospital 25 January 1918. Before enlistment he was a Student (Merchant Venturers). Son of James Dymond Langsford, of Birchenhayes, St. Dominick, Cornwall. height 5 feet 6½ inches, chest 36 inches, 131 lbs. Demoblised to Class "Z" Army Reserve 16 February 1919. Resident Birchenhayes, St. Dominick, Cornwall.
LAWRY L
No further information currently available
LEE William [John]
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 28, born Coldridge, Devon, a farm Labourer, resident with his parents, William and Eliza Lee, at Jubilee Cottages, St Dominick, Cornwall.
MARTIN Arthur C
In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Bohetherick , St Dominick, Cornwall, assisting in his father's Butcher and farming business, resident wth his parents, Thomas and Mary Jane Martin, at Bohetherick Street, St Dominick, Cornwall. His brother, Stephen Martin, is listed under Navy and Thomas Martin under Army.
MARTIN Charlie
No further information currently available
MARTIN George
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 23, born St Dominic Cornwall, a Gardener's son working on gardens, resident with his parents, William and Bessie Martin, in Quarry St Dominick, St Dominick, Cornwall.
MARTIN Harry or Harold
No further information currently available
MARTIN Joseph
WR/314008, 74th Company, Inland Waterways & Docks, Royal Engineers. Born 1883 in St. Dominick, Cornwall, resident Albaston near Gunnislake, Cornwall. Attested 11 December 1915 at Devonport, aged 34 years 6 months, to Army Reserve 12 December 1915, mobilised 10 May 1917, posted 10 May 1917 to Depot, Inland Waterways & Docks. Bargeman (Lighterman) by trade. Married Edith Annie Hockin, of Albaston, Gunnislake, Cornwall, at East Stonehouse Registry Office 22 October 1907; two daughters. During his service he was employed on Cross Channel services at times. Height 5 feet 7½ nches, weight 152 lbs, chest 40 inches. Demoblised to Class "Z" Army Reserve 21 March 1919. Resident Gnatum Cottages, Albaston, Gunnislake, Cornwall.
MARTIN Thomas G
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 16, Bohetherick , St Dominick, Cornwall, at school, resident wth his parents, Thomas and Mary Jane Martin, at Bohetherick Street, St Dominick, Cornwall. His brother, Stephen Martin, is listed under Navy and Arthur Martin under Army.
MAUNDER C
No further information currently available
MAUNDER H
No further information currently available
MITCHELL George
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 14, born Linkinhorne, Cornwall, a Jobbing Gardener, resident with his parents, Nicholas and Ellen Mitchell, at Bohetherick, St Dominick, Cornwall.
MORCOMBE George
In the 1911 census he was married to Ethel, aged 25, born Bratton Clovelly, Devon, a Horseman on Farm, resident Jubilee Cottages, St Dominick, Cornwall.
MUTTON Fred
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 17, born St Dominick, Cornwall. a son working on farm, resident with his parents, William and Lucy Ann Mutton, at Haye, St Dominick, Cornwall; brother of Sydney (below).
MUTTON Sydeny
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 15, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a son working on farm, resident with his parents, William and Lucy Ann Mutton, at Haye, St Dominick, Cornwall; brother of Fred (above).
OLVER John
In the 1911 census he was a servant, aged 15, born Cornwall, resident with Joseph and Betsy Babb, in St Dominick, Cornwall.
POAD Stanley [Edgar]
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 12, born St Dominick, Cornwall, at school, resident with his prents, Charles Henry and Alice Trewin, at Cross, St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of William Clifford who died and is listed above.
RICKARD C
No further information currently available
RICKARD M C
No further information currently available
RICKARD T
No further information currently available
ROBERTS William
In the 1911 census he was married to Elizabeth with one son, aged 25, born Tavistock, Devon, a Labourer, resident St Dominick, Cornwall.
ROGERS Montague
In the 1911 census he was a son aged 14, born Perranzabuloe, Cornwall, resident with his parents, Benjamin and Ann George Rogers, in St Dominick, Cornwall.
ROGERS P
No further information currently available
ROSEKILLLY Willis
In the 1911 census he was a son aged 18, born Cornwall, a Farmer's son working on farm, resident with his parents, Richard and Ellen Ann Rosekilly, in St Dominick, Cornwall.
SNELL Joseph
In the 1911 census he was a son aged 29, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a daughter's helper, son of benjamin Snell, a widower, resident Radland Mill, St Dominick, Cornwall.
STEAD Albert
24731, Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry. Born 1889 in St Dominick, Corwall, resident St. Austell. Attested 12 December 1915 at Callington, aged 27, to Army Reserve 12 December 1915, mobilised 29 February 1916, posted Depot 29 February 1916 posted 3rd Battalion 3 March 1916. Labourer by trade. Height 5 feet 4½ inches, weight 140lbs, chest 34½ inches. Son of Annie Stead, of St. Dominick, Cornwall. Discharged from service, 3rd Battalion, 7 September 1916 at Feshwater, disorded action of the heart, not being likely to become an efficient soldier (Para 332 (iii)(C.C.), King's Regulations. In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 21, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a general labourer, son of Ann Stead, a widow, resident Dilletts Street, St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of William (below).
STEAD William
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 20, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a general labourer, resident with his widowed mother, Ann Stead, at Dilletts Street, St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of Albert (above).
STEPHENS Stanley John
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 13, resident with his parents, William Henry and Mary Ann Stephens, in St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of William Edward Stephens (below).
STEPHENS Thomas Garfield
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 14, born St Dominick, Cornwall, resident with his parents, Thomas and Jane Stephens, at Danescombe Gate Street, St Dominick, Cornwall.
STEPHENS William Edward
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 17, a Farm Labourer, resident with his parents, William Henry and Mary Ann Stephens, in St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of Stanley John Stephens (above).
STRIPLIN Archie
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 27, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a Fruit Grower, resident with his parents, Nicholas and Bessie Striplin, in Pitmeadow Street, St Dominick, Cornwall.
STRIPLIN Cyril
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 19, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a Fruit Gardener, resident with his parents, George Henry and Janie Striplin, in Pitmeadow Street, St Dominick, Cornwall.
STRIPLIN Stanley [John]
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 21, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a Gardener, resident with his parents, Richard and Louisa Striplin, in St Dominick, Cornwall.
SYMONS P
No further information currently available
TALBOT John
In the 1911 census he was a son aged 14, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a Farmer's son on farm, resident with his parents, Sydney James and Jenefer (sic) Talbot, in Eastcott, St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of Thomas (below).
TALBOT Thomas
In the 1911 census he was a son aged 11, born St Dominick, Cornwall, at school, resident with his parents, Sydney James and Jenefer (sic) Talbot, in Eastcott, St Dominick, Cornwall. Brother of John (above).
TINK H
No further information currently available
TINK J
No further information currently available
VANSTONE John
In the 1911 census he was a servant, aged 16, born Cornwall, a General Labourer On Farm, resident with Edmund Herring in Bohetheric Street, St Dominick, Cornwall.
VOSPER D
No further information currently available
VOSPER Edwin [Samuel]
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 13, born St Dominick, Cornwall, at school, son of Samuel and Bessie Vosper, resident Bohetherick Street, St Dominick, Cornwall.
WADGE A
No further information currently available
WADGE Harry [Edwin]
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 17, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a Gardener, son of Francis and Minnie Wadge, resident Smeaton Street, St Dominick, Cornwall.
WORTH Samuel Wilfred
In the 1911 census he was a son, aged 16, born St Dominick, Cornwall, a son working on the farm, resident with his parents, Samuel Bond and Eliza Jane Worth, in Trehill Street, St Dominick, Cornwall

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