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BULMER WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Martin Edwards 2014

This Memorial stands in the grounds of the St Andrew's Church, Bulmer, Essex. It takes the form of a tall, very plain, Latin cross on a cruciform platform. There are 18 names listed for World War 1 and 4 for World War 2. The memorial was deemed as listing in 1994 but since then it seems it is no longer listing and has ben cleaned up. In the church is also a hand lettered, glazed and framed Roll of Honour. It does not appear that all the names on the memorial are included on the Rollf of Honour; those that are are highlighted and are marked with a poppy on the Roll of Honour.

 
Photographs Copyright © John Hendry 2014

THIS CROSS
IS ERECTED
IN MEMORY OF
THE MEN OF THIS PARISH
WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN
THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919

BARKER
Benjamin
Suffolk Regt. See also Roll of Honour (below)
BARRELL
Charles
1st, Grenadier Guards. See also Roll of Honour (below)
CHINNERY
[Charles] Arthur
Private 225478, 1st (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers), London Regiment. Killed in action 9 August 1918. Born Bulmer, Essex, enlisted Sudbury. Formerly 28382, Suffolk Regiment posted 2/4th Battalion, London Regiment.
CLARY
Ernest [Albert]
Private 25348, 12th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Killed in action 7 June 1917. Born Bulmer, enlisted Bury St Edmunds, resident Gt Wardingfield. Formerly 72654, Middlesex Regiment.
DEAL
[George] Bertie
Private 260095, 1/6th Battalion (Territorial), Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Killed in action 27 August 1917. Born Bulmer, enlisted Holloway, resident Upper Holloway. Formerly 400267, Essex Regiment.
HARBORD
Anthony
2nd Lieutenant, Norfolk Yeomanry. See also Roll of Honour (below)
HARBORD
John
[Lieutenant on ROH] Captain, Norfolk Yeomanry. Died of wounds 10 July 1918. See also Roll of Honour (below)
JACKSON
Robert
Shoeing Smith 1438, 16th Lancers (The Queen's). Died of wounds 12 April 1917. Born and resident Bulmer, enlisted Colchester. See also Roll of Honour (below)
MARTEN
James
Irish Rifles. See also Roll of Honour (below)
RAYMOND
Frederick
Middlesex Regt. See also Roll of Honour (below)
RAYMOND
Harold
8th Suffolks. See also Roll of Honour (below)
RAYMOND
John
No further information currently available
SARGENT
Harold
Private 13984, 8th Suffolk, Regiment. Killed in action 16 October 1916. Born Bulmer, enlisted Bury St Edmunds. See also Roll of Honour (below)
SARGENT
Harry
[Listed as Royal Engineers on Roll of Honour]. Lance Corproal 3/10017, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 22 March 1918. Born Bulmer, enlisted Sudbury. See also Roll of Honour (below)
WEAVERS
Ernest [Charles]
Private 90976, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Died of wounds 27 September 1918. Born Bulmer, enlisted Newbury. Formerly 7645, The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment).
WEAVERS
William [James]
Private 10225, 1st BattalIon, Essex Regiment. Died 12 March 1917. Born and resident Bulmer, enlisted Colchester. See also Roll of Honour (below)
WILLIS
Albert
York & Lancaster. Died from wounds june 27, 1915. See also Roll of Honour (below)
WILLIS
Alfred
6th Northampton Regt. See also Roll of Honour (below)
1939-1945
BURKE
Harry St. G
No further information currently available
PARKER
Anthony Hyde
No further information currently available
HAWKSLEY
Geoofrey B
No further information currently available
RAYMOND
Herbert
No further information currently available

THERE IS A VICTORY IN DYING
WELL FOR FREEDOM AND YOU
HAVE NOT DIED IN VAIN

OUR ROLL OF HONOUR

BLYE
Harold
4th Middlesex
BOYNES Harry H.M.S. "Wahine"
BARRELL Charles 1st, Grenadier Guards
BARRELL John Suffolk
BARRELL Archibald Brigade M.G.C.
BUNN John 2nd Suffolk
BURKE Hubert Major Royal Garrison Artillery
BURKE Dominick Commander Princess Royal R.N.
BURKE French 2nd Lieutenant, A.D.C. Royal Field Artillery
BURKE Michael 2nd Lieutenant, King Edward's Horse
CHRISTMAS Thomas H.M.S. St George
CORDER Rayner 3rd Suffolk
COE Charles Army Service Corps
DOWNS Arthur Royal Horse Artillery
FOSTER George R Serjeant Major, Army Service Corps
FELTON Frederick 9th Suffolk
FELTON Arthur 1st Suffolk
GARDENER James Army Service Corps
HARBORD John Lieutenant, Norfolk Yeomanry
HARBORD Anthony 2nd Lieutenant, Norfolk Yeomanry
HAYES Herbert Trooper, London Yeomanry
JEFFRIES Frederick 5th Dragoon Guards
JEFFRIES Alex 2nd Suffolk
JEFFERIES Arthur Army Service Corps
JACKSON Robert 16th Lancers
MESSENT Frank 95th Company, Royal Enginners
MESSENT Harold 8th Suffolks
MESSENT William Royal Field Artillery
RAYMOND Frank Army Service Corps
RAYMOND Harold 8th Suffolks
RAYMOND Charles 7th Suffolk
RAYMOND Harry Bugler, Royal Engineers
ROWE Sidney Army Service Corps
ROWE James Army Service Corps
ROWE George Royal Marines
ROSE Percy 2nd Essex
RASH Albert 9th Field Company, Royal Engineers
RASH Arthur 9th Field Company, Royal Engineers
RASH Mark Royal Field Artillery
RASH Percy 8th Suffolk
RASH Myra Army Service Corps
SMITH Fred Serjeant MAjor, 5th Royal Irish Lancers
SARGENT Harry Royal Engineers
SARGENT Harold 8th Suffolks
TURP William Army Service Corps
THEOBALD Frederick Royal Engineers
WINCH Harry Army Service Corps
WEAVERS Walter Royal Field Artillery
WEAVERS William 1st Essex
WILLIS Albert York & Lancaster. Died from wounds june 27, 1915.
Supplimentary List. 1918.
BARKER Benjamin Suffolk Regt
BUGG William A.V.C.
BUNN Frederick R.A.F.
CHINNERY Hazell Essex Regt
CLOVER Sidney Labour Corps
DOWNS Charles R.H.T.F.
FELTON John East Kents
FELTON Alfred R.G.A.
FELTON Fred Suffolk Regt.
FELTON Arthur Suffolk Regt.
GIBBONS Alfred A.S.C.
GARDENER Edward R.G.A.
GARDENER William 1st Garrison Batt.
HAYES Frank R.A.F.
JOSLIN Frederick Border Regt.
JOSLIN William M.T. Dep'
MILLER Gordon Capt. H.A.C.
MARTEN James Irish Rifles
PILGRIM James Suffolk Regt.
RAYMOND Frederick Middlesex Regt
RAYMOND Frank O. M.T.A.S.C.
RAYMOND Morris Essex Regt
RAYMOND Victor Bugler, R.E.
ROWE Francis Rifle Brigade
RADLEY Claude 7th Reserve Middsx Regt
SEARLES Samuel West yorks Regt
SARGENT Bertram Tank Corps
SMITH Albert Northampton Regt
SHORTEN William Labour Corps
STENNET James 3rd Norfolk Regt
TUFFIN Arthur Labour Corps
WRIGHT Walter R.F.A.
WRIGHT John Manchester Regt
WRIGHT Ernest R.A.M.C.
WILLIS Alfred 6th Northampton Regt.

GIRT ABOUT WITH TRUTH OF FEET SHOD
WITH THE PREPARATION OF THE GOSPEL OF PEACE

Last updated 25 August, 2014

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