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TUNBRIDGE WELLS WAR MEMORIAL

WORLD WAR 1 - SURNAMES 'M'

World War 1 & 2 - Detailed information
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Edward James Gilbert 2012

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MACKENZIE Frederick Boyce
Frederick was a Captain with the 71st Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery who at age 25 was accidentally killed July 4, 1918. He is recorded at the Fordingbridge Cemetery. He was the son of B. J. Mackenzie of Tunbridge Wells and the husband of Mildred Mackenzie of "Bramdeun" Stonegate, Ticehurst.
MACKENZIE Ian Hume Towsnsend
Ian was a 2nd Lieut. with the 3rd Battalion, Highland Light Infantry who died of pneumonia at age 20 on November 12, 1918. He is recorded at the Cambridge City Cemetery (C. 3391). He was the son of Boyce John and Susanna T. Mackenzie of 30 Court Rd., Tunbridge Wells.
MALCOLM Alfred Livingston
Alfred was a Private (#G/7905) with the 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment who at age 20 died in Belgium June 17, 1916. He is recorded at the Ration Farm (La Plus Doure) Annex (II. A. 30). He was the son of Alexander and Sarah Ann Malcolm of Tunbridge Wells. Alfred was born in Tunbridge Wells and enlisted there.
MANKELOW Charles
Charles was a Private (#TF/2331) with the 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment who died at age 24 from injuries May 9, 1915. He is recorded at the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery and remembered at the Le Touret Memorial in France (panel 20 and 21). He was the son of Edwin Thomas and Marriet Ruth Mankelow of Cemetery Lodge, Bayham Rd., Tunbridge Wells. He is also recorded on the plaque at St Marks Church, Tunbridge Wells.
MANKELOW Walter James
Walter was a Private (Signaller) (#G656) with the 6th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment who died of injuries October 7, 1916. He is buried in the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery but remembered at the Thiepval Memorial in France (pier and face 11c). He was born at St Marks, Tunbridge Wells and enlisted in the town. He was awarded the MM. He is also recorded on the plaque at St Marks Church, Tunbridge Wells.
MANKLOW Charles Edward
Charles was a Driver (#2028) with the 1st/3rd Kent Field Coy Royal Engineers who was a soldier lost at sea, age 30, during the Hythe disaster October 28, 1915. He is recorded at the Helles Memorial (panel 23 to 35 or 325 to 328). He was the son of Edwin and Violet Manklow of 18 Culverden Square, Tunbridge Wells and the husband of Bertha A. Manklow of 57 St Johnís Rd., Tunbridge Wells. Charles was born in Tunbridge Wells and was a resident of the town but enlisted at Gillingham, Kent.
MANKTELOW Arthur William James
Arthur was a Private (#61399) with the Royal Fusiliers, 13th Battalion, who died at age 39 on April 23. 1917. He is recorded at the Arras Memorial (Bay 3). He was the son of George and Mary Manktelow. He was the husband of Helena Bertha Manktelow of 19 Rustwick, Rusthall Park, Tunbridge Wells. He was born at Rusthall and a a resident of Tunbridge Wells where he enlisted for service. He was formerly #16016 with the Royal West Kent Regiment. He is also recorded on the Rusthall War Memorial.
MANSBRIDGE Ernest William
Ernest was a Serjeant (#530626) with the 1st/15th Battalion, London Regiment (Prince of Wales Own Civil Service Rifles) who died in France November 29, 1917. He is recorded on the Cambrai Memorial Louverval France (Panel 12). He is also recorded on the Rusthall War Memorial.
MARCHANT Frank
Frank was a Corporal (#201053) with the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, 6th Battalion, who died at age 19 in France July 13, 1918. He is recorded at the Herissart Communal Cemetery (C1). He was the son of Albert Edward and Sarah Marchant of 31 Little Mount Zion, Tunbridge Wells. Frank was born in Tunbridge Wells and enlisted for service there.
MARCHANT Walter
Walter was born in Tunbridge Wells but enlisted for service at New Cross. He was a Gunner (#20630) with the Royal Garrison Artillery who died in France October 31, 1914.
MARK Marcus Peter
Marcus was a Private (G/5620) with the Queens Own West Kent Regiment, 6th Battalion, who at the age of 39 died in France April 4, 1916. He is recorded at the Loos Memorial (panel 95 to 97). He was the husband of Kate Louise Mark of 140 St. James Rd., Tunbridge Wells. He was born at Brighton, Sussex but enlisted for service at Tunbridge Wells.
MARRINER Percy Bertham
Percy was a Sapper (#2204) with the 1st/3rd Kent Field Coy Royal Engineers who was a soldier lost at sea, age 20, during the Hythe disaster on October 28, 1915. He is recorded at the Helles Memorial (panel 23 to 25 or 325 to 328). He was the son of Alfred and Rose Marriner of 6 Stone St., Tunbridge Wells. Percy was born in Tunbridge Wells and was a resident of the town before the war but enlisted at Gillingham. Kent. He is also listed on the plaque at St James Church as Percy B. Marriner.
MARSH Raymond William
Raymond was an A/Serjeant (G/658) with the 6th Battalion, Queens Own West Kent Regiment who died in France July 17, 1917. He is recorded at the Arras Memorial (Bay 7). He had been born at Mells, Frome, Somerset but was a resident of Tunbridge Wells before the war. He is also recorded on the Rusthall War Memorial.
MARSHALL Louis
Louis was a 2nd Lieut. with the RAF. He had been born January 13, 1899 at Jaunpore, India. Sometime between then and 1917 he moved to "Beechleigh", Bishops Down, Tunbridge Wells. He gained his pilotís license at the Grahame-White School, Hendon on August 22, 1917 and joined the 65 Squadron as a pilot on September 13, 1917. The 65th began as a Training Squadron but as early as July 1917 they were sent to France as an operational squadron. Louis was last reported seen in his Sopwith Camel during aerial combat over Becelaere-Daclozele near Passchendale. He did not return to base that day (November 23rd, 1917) and was posted missing in action. He was not confirmed as killed until March 15, 1918 on the evidence of a message dropped from a German plane stating that "this officer was dead". He is remembered at the Rusthall War Memorial and at the Arras Flying Services Memorial. He is also commemorated on a brass plaque and stained glass window within St Paulís Church in Rusthall.
MARTIN A P
No further information currently available
MARTIN Albert or Alfred
He was a Lance Corporal (#8371) with the Royal Sussex Regiment who died of wounds November 5, 1918 at age 22 and was buried in the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery (C. 12. 244). He was the son of Richard and Violet Bertha Martin of "The Bungalow" Galley Hill Bexhill-on-sea, Sussex.
MARTIN Frederick Thomas
Frederick was a Sapper (#1966) with the 1st/3rd Kent Field Coy Royal Engineers who was a soldier lost at sea, age 24, during the Hythe disaster October 28, 1915. He is recorded at the Helles Memorial (panel 23 to 35 or 325 to 328). He was the son of Martha Thomplin (formerly Martin) of 6 Homestead Cottages Langton, Kent and the late John Martin. He was the husband of Clara Parsons (formerly Martin) of 3 Gladstone Rd., Rusthall, Tunbridge Wells. Frederick was born at Uckfield, Sussex but a resident of Tunbridge Wells at the time of his enlistment although he enlisted at Gillingham. Kent. He is also recorded on the Rusthall War Memorial.
MARTIN Henry Christopher
Henry was a resident of Chislehurst, Kent and enlisted for service at Bromley, Kent. He was a Private (TF/2591) with the 2nd/4th Battalion, Queens West Kent Regiment who died at age 29 September 17, 1915. He was buried at sea. He is recorded at the Helles Memorial (W1. panel 155). He was the son of Arthur and Jessie Selina Martin of 27 Whitefield St Fitzroy Square, London.
MARTIN L A
No further information currently available
MARTIN Raymond Frederick
Raymond was an Able Seaman with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Hawke Battalion, R. N. Div. (# London Z/1977) who at the age of 22 died in France September 3, 1918. He is recorded at the Ontario Cemetery, Sains-Les M (II. B. 20). He was the son of Mrs A. Martin of 14 Golding St., Tunbridge Wells.
MASKELL W J
Possibly William Joseph Maskell who was born at Peckham and a resident of Penge who enlisted for service at Loughton, Sussex and was a L/Corporal (#L/9686) with the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment 2nd Battalion, and who died as part of the Mesopotamian Expeditionary Force (Asiatic Theatre) September 2, 1915.
MATTHEWS E A
Possibly L/Corporal (#3206) 11th Battalion, London Regiment (Finsbury Rifles) who died August 11, 1915 and is recorded at the East Madras Military Cemetery in Greece (II. G. 108).
MAYES Alfred
Alfred was born in Tunbridge Wells and enlisted for service there. He was a Gunner (#53592) with the Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery and died in France April 30, 1915.
MAYNARD Frederick
Frederick was a Private (#510689) with the Canadian Army Service Corp, ist Div. Unit of Supply who at ate 28 was killed in France December 17, 1917. He is recorded at Les Baraques Military Cemetery (II. B. 13). He was the husband of Ruth Maynard of 14 Brondesbury Villas, Kilburn, London. Frederick was a native of Tunbridge Wells. He is also recorded on the Rusthall War Memorial.
McCALL William James Thomas
William was a Corporal (#11039) with the Army Pay Corps when he died of pneumonia at age 35 on November 12, 1918. He is recorded at the Tunbridge Wells Cemetery (B. 1. 184). He was the son of Mrs Elizabeth Brighty. He is also recorded on the plaque at St Marks Church, Tunbridge Wells.
McDONALD William
Likely Private (#G/2163) with the 1st Battalion, Queens West Kent Regiment who died May 9, 1917 and is recorded at the Orchard Dump Cemetery at Arleux-En-Gohell in France (I. F. S.).
McEWEN James
Possibly James McEwen, a Private (G/15637) with The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), 7th Battalion, who at age 20 died in France on May 6, 1917. He is recorded at the Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery (IX. H. 1). He was the son of Mary Jane McEwen of Tunbridge Wells.
McNALLY John
John was a Sapper (#1266) with the 1st/3rd Kent Field Coy Royal Engineers who died October 28, 1915 during the Hythe disaster. He is recorded on the Hellas Memorial in Turkey (panel 23 to 25 or 325 to 328). John was a resident of Tunbridge Wells and enlisted for service at Southborough.
MEALING Robert James
Robert was a Ships Steward Assistant *M/10746) with the Royal Navy H. M. S. STONECROP who was killed in action with a submarine in the Atlantic. He is recorded at the Portsmouth Naval Memorial (plaque 26). He is also recorded on the Rusthall War Memorial.
MEDHURST Frederick Alfred
Frederick was born in Tunbridge Wells and enlisted for service there. He was a Private (#G2164) with the 7th Battalion, Queen Own West Kent Regiment who died in France September 30, 1916. He is recorded at the Mill Road Cemetery (XIX. A. 8). He is recorded on the plaque at St James Church as Frederick Medhurst.
MEPHAM James
James was a Sapper (#1147) with the 1st. 3rd Kent Field Coy Royal Engineers who was a soldier lost at sea during the Hythe disaster October 28, 1915. He is recorded at the Helles Memorial, Turkey (panel 23 to 25 or 325 to 328). James was born in Tunbridge Wells and resident there before the war and enlisted there.
MILES Ernest Swinford
Ernest was a Trooper (#2668) with Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) who at the age if 43 died in France June 9, 1915. He is recorded at the Etaples Military Cemetery (II. A. 6A). He was the son of Frederick and Jane Miles of 4 Bayhall Rd., Tunbridge Wells. Ernest was born at Selling, Faversham, Kent.
MILTON E. S.
He was a Rifleman (#R/8374) with the 8th Battalion, Kings Royal Rifle Corps who died in Belgium August 23, 1917. He is recorded at the Mendigham Military Cemetery (V. B. 187).
MILTON Thomas James
no record found. No further information currently available
MITCHELL Albert
Albert was a resident of Tunbridge Wells but enlisted for service at Maidstone. He was a Private (#G/43199) with the Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) 1st Battalion, who died in France April 19, 1918. He is recorded at the Meteren Military Cemetery (I. E. 141). He was formerly #2406 with the West Kent Yeomanry.
MITCHELL Harold Alfred
Harold was a Serjeant (#200834) with the 3rd. 4th Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment who at the age of 29 died of wounds in Belgium November 13, 1917. He is recorded at the Mendinghem Military Cemetery (II. G. 21). He was the husband of Alison Jewie Mitchell of 28 Park St., Tunbridge Wells.
MITCHELL William
William was a Private (#16991) with the 1st Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment who at age 39 died in France April 17, 1918. He is recorded at the Tannay British Cemetery Thiennes, France (plot 1, row B, grave 8). He was the son of Mr and Mrs James Mitchell of 18 Park St., Tunbridge Wells and the husband of Mrs S. Mitchell of 25 Windmill St., Tunbridge Wells.
MONCKTON Oswarld Thomas
Oswald was a Lance Corporal (G/1681) with the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, 7th Battalion, who at the age of 24 died in France June 3, 1917. He is recorded at the Arras Memorial (Bay 7). He was the son fo Rose Monkton of West Croft, Grove Hill Rd., Tunbridge Wells, and the late Charles Thomas Monckton. Oswald was born St James, Tunbridge Wells and enlisted for service in Tunbridge Wells. He is also recorded on the Crowborough, Sussex War Memorial.
MOON Walter Henry
He is also listed on the Southborough Memorial. Walter was a Lance Serjeant (#14152) with the 9th Battalion, Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry who died at age 23 July 4, 1916. He is recorded at the Heilly Station Cemetery Mericourt-L'Abbe (I. D. 25). He as the son of Walter and Anne Moon of 13 Western Rd., Southborough, Tunbridge Wells. He is also recorded on the Rusthall War Memorial.
MOORE Thomas
No further information currently available
MORGAN Charles Cecil
Charles was a 2nd Lieut. with the 9th King Edward's Own Cavalry. His nationality was given as Indian. He died age 26 March 11, 1916. He is recorded at the Eastbourne (Ocklynge) Cemetery in Sussex. He was the son of Alexander Gibson Morgan of Haigate Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. He is buried at St Riguier British Cemetery in France (C. 10).
MOSS Percy
Percy was a Driver (#2091) with the 1st/3rd Kent Field Coy Royal Engineers who died during the Hythe disaster on October 28, 1915. He is recorded at the Helles Memorial, Turkey (panel 23 to 25 or 325 to 328). He was born in Tunbridge Wells and a resident of the town before the war and enlisted there. He is also recorded on the plaque at St Marks Church, Tunbridge Wells.
MUIR Douglas
Douglas was a Sergeant (#T3/028878) with the Army Service Corps, Horse Transport who at the age of 31 died in France on October 3, 1917. He is recorded at Outtersteene Communal Cemetery (I. C. 57). He was the son of Mary Ann Muir of 19 St. Perer's St., Tunbridge Wells, and the late James Muir. He was born in Tunbridge Wells and a resident of the town before the war but enlisted for service at Maidstone.
MUIR Henry Alan
Henry was a Driver (#M2/132088) with the 34th Div. Supply Col. Army Service Corps attached to the 103rd Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps who at age 35 died in France May 7, 1916. He is recorded at the Mericourt-L'abbe Command Cemetery, France. He was the husband of Emma Muir of 78 Cromwell R., Tunbridge Wells. He was born at Bayswater but a resident of Tunbridge Wells before the war. He enlisted at Tonbridge.
MURPHY Edward
No further information currently available
MURPHY John Charles
John was born in Tunbridge Wells and died in France (at sea) September 13, 1914. He had enlisted at Tunbridge Wells and was living in the town at the time of his enlistment. He was a Private (#L/9980) with the Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, 1st Battalion, at the time of his death.
MURRELLS James
James was a Sapper (#918) with the 1st. 3rd Kent Field Coy Royal Engineers who was a soldier lost at sea during the Hythe disaster October 28, 1915. He is recorded at the Helles Memorial (panel 23 to 25 or 325 to 328). He was born in Tunbridge Wells and a resident of the town before the war. He enlisted for service at Southborough.

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