Ministry of Defence
Ministry of Defence

Lest We Forget
British Legion
The Royal British Legion

WATERLOO STATION
- LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY-
ROLL OF HONOUR

Compiled and Copyright © Martin Edwards - 2003

Within the confines of Waterloo Station are four large rolls of honour, each taking up a wall. These contain the names of the men who died during World War 1 who worked for the London and South Western Railway Company. In all there are ten columns of names. Details here are taken from these rolls of honour and from the St Paul's Cathedral Service In Memory of Railwaymen who died in service of their Country 1914-1918. In all there are 527 names here and as they have come from various towns along the railway it is extremely hard to research the names as there is no baseline of information to draw from.

The L&SWR began as a railway to link Southampton and London, but in due course it expanded much further into the West of England until it reached as far afield as Exeter, Plymouth, Ilfracombe, Bude and Padstow. In the course of this expansion it acquired or leased many other smaller railway companies. To see details of the stations and branch lines covered see the RailWest web site.

Photographs copyright © Gill Cannell & Andrew Dishman 2016
1914
Roll of Honour
1918
NAMES OF THE COMPANY'S EMPLOYEES
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR
ABBOTT A R

Private. Employed as Brake Fitter

ACKLAND W

Private. Employed as Coalman

ADAMS W

Lance Corporal. Employed as Clerk

ADEY E

Private. Employed as Platelayer

AITKEN J

Gunner. Employed as Engine Cleaner

ALDRIDGE E J

Private. Employed as Messenger

ALLEN C M

Private. Employed as Porter

ANDREWS W E

Private. Employed as Labourer

ANNETTS Herbert Henry

Lance Corporal 7791, 2nd Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action 3rd September 1916 in France & Flanders. Age 27. Born Salsibury, Wiltshire, enlisted Winchester, Hampshire, resident Eastleigh, Hampshire. Son of John and Sarah Ann Annetts, of 66, Kingston Deverill, Bath. Native of Horton Heath, Eastleigh, Hants. Employed as Labourer. Buried in LONSDALE CEMETERY, AUTHUILE, Somme, France. Plot V. Row L. Grave 5.

ARNOLD R G

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

ARTER J E

[Listed as ATTER in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

ASH G

Private. Employed as Porter

ASHFORD J

Private. Employed as Porter & Rel Gd

ASHLEY S J

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

ATKINS S G

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

ATTRILL or ATTRIL A

Private. Employed as Labourer

BAILEY W G

Private. Employed as Porter

BAKER B

Private. Employed as Labourer

BAKER F C

[No listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

BALL A

Private. Employed as Striker

BAMPTON A E

Private. Employed as Brig Fireman

BARBER J

Corporal. Employed as Labourer

BARLOW A

Private. Employed as Apprentice

BARNES G E

Private. Employed as Clerk

BARRETT W

Private. Employed as Labourer

BARTLETT F

Private. Employed as Office Porter

BARTON V

Private. Employed as Perm Labourer

BATCHELOR F

Gunner. Employed as Checker

BATCHELOR W

Private. Employed as Carman

BATHO William G

Private 17076, 12th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in action 14th September 1916 in Salonika. Born and enlisted Wimbledeon, Surrey. Employed as Number Taker. Commemorated on the DOIRAN MEMORIAL, Greece.

BATT Albert Bealing

Private 42330, 1st Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Died of wounds 21st November 1917 in France & Flanders. Born South Lambeth, Surrey, enlisted BAttersea, Middlesex. Employed as Labourer. Formerly 257927, Army Service Corps.

BATTEN S

Corporal. Employed as Labourer

BAYLES, MM G

Acting Sergeant 554027, 511th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Died of wounds 21st September 1917 in France & Flanders. Enlisted Victoria Park, Middlesex, resident Merton, Surrey. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.). Employed as Carpenter

BEALE A G

Private. Employed as Clerk

BEALEY A

Sapper. Employed as Pipelayer

BECKETT G

Private. Employed as Platelayer

BELSON A G

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

BENDALL E C

Private. Employed as Shunter

BENNETT C H

Private. Employed as Porter

BENNETT R

Sapper. Employed as Engine Cleaner

BENNETT W A

Lance Corporal. Employed as Clerk

BENSON A

Private. Employed as Labourer

BESANT W

Sergeant. Employed as Clerk

BESSANT W F

Private. Employed as Apprentice

BIELBY C J

Gunner. Employed as Apprentice

BISSANT F E

[Listed as BISSATT in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Private. Employed as Porter

BLACKMAN H T

Private. Employed as Number Taker

BLAKE J

Private. Employed as Labourer

BLANCHARD P

Private. Employed as Shunter

BOND F F

Lance Corporal. Employed as Assistant Lineman

BOUTCHER W

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

BOWDITCH A R

Private. Employed as Parcel Porter

BOWLES A R

Sapper. Employed as Horse Lad

BOWLES B P

Corporal. Employed as Porter

BOX F W

Signaller. Employed as Clerk

BRACKSTONE C H

Rifleman. Employed as Porter

BRANT A

Lance Corporal. Employed as Shunter

BREAKSPEAR C B

Private. Employed as Porter

BRIGHT R M

Gunner. Employed as Clerk

BRIGHT W

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

BROMLEY Alfred Eustace

[Listed as Eustace Alfred on CWGC] [Able] Leading Seaman 162467, H.M. "Kerry Range", Royal Navy. Died 30th October 1917. Employed as Labourer. Buried in BALTIMORE (OAK LAWN) CEMETERY, Maryland, USA. Grave 254.

BROWN A R

Stoker. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

BROWN G

Private. Employed as Carpenter

BROWN S

Private. Employed as Carman

BROWN S C

Private. Employed as Despatch Porter

BROWN W C

Private. Employed as Labourer

BRUNNING W T

Sergeant. Employed as Clerk

BUDD A

Private. Employed as Platelayer

BUDD A G

Sergeant. Employed as Labourer

BURNETT J H

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

BURRIDGE A E

Driver. Employed as Engine Cleaner

BURROWS A

Private. Employed as Porter & Rel Sign

BURT F

Private. Employed as Platelayer

CAMERON T

Private. Employed as Ground Pointsman

CANNONS A

Private. Employed as Platelayer

CARNIE W

Private. Employed as Moulder

CARTER R

Private. Employed as Porter

CASSON J G

Private. Employed as Sawyer

CATTLE A

Lance Corporal. Employed as Number Taker

CAULDER H L

Private. Employed as Clerk

CAWSON G

[Listed as CEWSON in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Private. Employed as Platelayer

CHALLACOMBE G I

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

CHAMPION J

Private. Employed as Porter

CHANDLER G

Private. Employed as Carr Cleaner

CHAPMAN W

Sapper. Employed as Quarryman

CHERRETT C F

Gunner. Employed as Trimmer

CHICK J

Fireman. Employed as Fireman

CHITTENDEN W C

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

CHOWN H

Lance Corporal. Employed as Engine Cleaner

CHURCHILL H G

Private. Employed as Apprentice

CLANCY F G

[Listed as CHANCY in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Private. Employed as Carman

CLARKE W

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

COCKMAN G

Private. Employed as Tube Repairer

COLBOURNE F

Private. Employed as Parcel Porter

COLBOURNE M W

Lance Corporal. Employed as Clerk

COLLINS R C

Private. Employed as Porter

COOK F E

Lance Corporal. Employed as Platelayer

COOK F G

Private. Employed as Checker

COOK F J

Private. Employed as Platelayer

COOK G E

Rifleman. Employed as Clerk

COOKE P

Private. Employed as Parcel Porter

COOPER J

Private. Employed as Labourer

CORBIN C C

Private. Employed as Messenger

CORDELL J

Air Mechanic 2nd Class F/9435, Royal Naval Air Service. Died 4th July 1917. Employed as Apprentice. Buried in EASTLEIGH CEMETERY, Hampshire. Plot/Row/Section A. Grave 496.

CORDWELL W S

Able Seaman. Employed as Labourer

COSTLEY D W

Private. Employed as Fitterís Assistant

COTTON A

Private. Employed as Carpenter

COUNSELL R

Private. Employed as Labourer

COUNTER W E

Private. Employed as Brk Fitterís Assistant

COUSINS C

Private. Employed as Platelayer

COWDREY E

Gunner. Employed as Carman

COX W A

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

COX, M.M. W W

Sergeant. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.). Employed as Guard

COZENS F

Rifleman. Employed as Labourer

CRANE J T

Private. Employed as Porter

CRESWELL R T

Private. Employed as Messenger

CROOK A

Private. Employed as Assistant Coal Weigher

CRUMP S

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

CRUTTENDEN H

Private. Employed as Cell Washer

CUFF A J

Private. Employed as Porter

CUNNOLD F C

Rifleman. Employed as Porter

CUTLER H A

Private. Employed as Porter

DACOMBE Percival Alfred
[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Driver T2/016662, 33rd Division Transport, Royal Army Service Corps. Died 5th March 1919. Aged 22. Son of Alfred Hubert and Elizabeth Dacombe, of Victoria Rd., Ferndown, Dorset. Buried in JANVAL CEMETERY, DIEPPE, Seine-Maritime, France. Plot II. Row L. Grave 2.
DAMEN D J

Lance Corporal. Employed as Clerk

DANGERFIELD G

Private. Employed as Platelayer

DANIEL W

Sergeant. Employed as Clerk

DAVIS C W

Pioneer. Employed as Clerk

DAVIS S E

Private. Employed as Porter

DAVIS W J

Private. Employed as Crane Driver

DAWKES Robert Owen

Staff Sergeant Major T2/016653, Mehcanical Transport, Royal Army Service Corps attached to 39th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps. Employed as Goods Porter. Died in Egypt 8th February 1917. Aged 27. Born, resident and enlisted Andover. Son of Charles and Ellen Dawkes. Buried in ALEXANDRIA (HADRA) WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt. Plot/Row/Section A. Grave 26.

DAWKINS W J

Sergeant. Employed as Machinist

DAY E J

Gunner. Employed as Parcel Porter

DEAN A

Driver. Employed as Labourer

DEEKS R C

Private. Employed as Clerk

DELL C

Private. Employed as Painter

DENCH H

Rifleman. Employed as Platelayer

DENNIS E

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

DEWEY T

Private. Employed as Platelayer

DICKER C

Sapper. Employed as Clerk

DICKS C E

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

DISBROW John Walden [Tom]

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Sergeant 1838, 9th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Employed as Not Known. Died 9th January 1919. Aged 24. Born and enlisted New Malden, Surrey. Son of Tom and Ruth Disbrow, of 29, Northcote Rd., New Malden, Surrey. Buried in LES BARAQUES MILITARY CEMETERY, SANGATTE, Pas de Calais, France. Plot VII. Row E. Grave 8.

DOEL Frederick John

Private 31188, 8th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Employed as Vanguard. Killed in action 3rd May 1917. Born Lambeth, Surrey, enlisted Kington on Thames, Surrey. No known grave. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Bay 6.

DOREY Maurice Herbert

Gunner 273335, 3rd Reserve Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Employed as Fireman. Died in United Kingdom 30th September 1918. Aged 19. Born Heavitree, Devon, enlisted Exeter. Son of Jesse and Mary Dorey, of 8, Bonnington Grove, Heavitree, Exeter. Buried in EXETER HIGHER CEMETERY, Exeter, Devon. Grave 99.

DOUGAL J L

Private. Employed as Draughtsman

DOUGLAS K M

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

DOWLAND D

Sergeant. Employed as Porter

DRAKES J H

Private. Employed as Platelayer

DREW P

Private. Employed as Quarryman

DRISCOLL W

Sergeant. Employed as Engine Cleaner

DUMMETT E C

Gunner. Employed as Labourer

DUNN W E

Private. Employed as Clerk

DURANT H C

Private. Employed as Clerk

DYSON H

Aircraftman. Employed as Clerk

EASON S P

Private. Employed as Platelayer

EATON F T

Private. Employed as Learner Lad

EDWARDS A H

No further information currently available.

EDWARDS J W

Lieutenant. Employed as Draughtsman

EDWARDS W G

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

EMMETT G

Private. Employed as Canaan

EMMINGS T

Private. Employed as Assistant Bricklayer

EVANS A

Rifleman. Employed as Messenger

EVANS W

Corporal. Employed as Porter

EVELEIGH S

Sapper. Employed as Fireman

EVERALL J

Private. Employed as Lad

EYRES E

Rifleman. Employed as Parcel Porter

FAIRCHILD J

Private. Employed as Porter & Rel Sign

FAIRFAX C

Sapper. Employed as Platelayer

FALLON J

Private. Employed as Labourer

FANCY A E

Private. Employed as Number Taker

FELLOWS F

Private. Employed as Porter

FERGUSON F

Sapper. Employed as Fireman

FIFIELD B J

Private. Employed as Clerk

FISHER C

Sergeant. Employed as Police Constable

FISHER F C

Private. Employed as Canaan

FLIPPANT A S

Sapper. Employed as Platelayer

FOOT E J

Gunner. Employed as Police Constable

FOOT S J

Private. Employed as Platelayer

FORD G

Private. Employed as Gas Lineman

FOX G R

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

FRANKLIN A V

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

FRASER W H

Rifleman. Employed as Assistant Engine Driver

FREEMAN A

Private. Employed as Labourer

FREEMAN F

Private. Employed as Platelayer

FREWIN R E

Gunner. Employed as Canaan

FRY G H

Private. Employed as Porter

FULLBROOK C L

Lance Corporal. Employed as Parcel Porter

FULLBROOK, M.M. F

Private. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.). Employed as Messenger

GADDIS A

Gunner. Employed as Carman

GAIGER E E

Rifleman. Employed as Clerk

GALE S B

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

GALLAGHER P

Lance Corporal. Employed as Labourer

GAMBLE W

Private. Employed as Clerk

GARLAND F G

Sergeant. Employed as Arc Lamp Attendant

GARVEY D

Private. Employed as Police Constable

GATES T W

Gunner. Employed as Ticket Printer

GEDGE D A

Sapper. Employed as Office Porter

GEORGE F C

Rifleman. Employed as Messenger

GILBERT A

Sergeant. Employed as Coalman

GILBERT G H

Sergeant. Employed as Blacksmith

GILBERT J W

Stoker. Employed as Number Taker

GILHAM H

Quartermaster Sergeant. Employed as Messenger

GILL P

Corporal. Employed as Clerk

GILL W

Sergeant. Employed as Holder-Up

GILMORE F S

Gunner. Employed as Apprentice

GODDARD G

Private. Employed as Machinist

GODFREY D P

Private. Employed as Clerk

GOODING A L

Private. Employed as Van Shifter

GOSLING W E

Private. Employed as Porter

GOUGH H W

Private. Employed as Porter

GREEN A J

Corporal. Employed as Clerk

GREEN F G

Rifleman. Employed as Porter

GREGORY E W

Sapper. Employed as Clerk

GRIST C

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

GROOMBRIDGE G

Sergeant. Employed as Porter

GROVES A

Able Seaman. Employed as Seaman

GUIDE A B

Private. Employed as Apprentice

GURD A

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

HALE A H

Private. Employed as Clerk

HALL C

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

HALLETT W

Sergeant. Employed as Relief Porter

HALWILL R H

Private. Employed as Labourer

HAMMERTON G E

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

HARDY A

Private. Employed as Porter

HARMAN J

Private. Employed as Carman

HARRINGTON D

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

HARRIS P J

Private. Employed as Carman

HARRIS T E

Stoker. Employed as Porter

HARRISON J

Private. Employed as Police Constable

HART W A

Lance Corporal. Employed as Mat Stoker

HART W G

Private. Employed as Relief Porter

HARVEY F

Private. Employed as Labourer

HARWOOD C

Sergeant. Employed as Porter

HASKETT L

Private. Employed as Rivetter

HASLER C G

Private. Employed as Oiler

HATCHER F C

Able Seaman. Employed as Platelayer

HAWKINS C A

Gunner. Employed as Lamp Lad

HEATH E L

Sapper. Employed as Clerk

HERNS A A

Rifleman. Employed as Porter

HERRINGTON W

Private. Employed as Labourer

HEWITT A H

Corporal. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

HEWITT G

Sergeant. Employed as Police Constable

HILL A

Private. Employed as Porter

HILL C

Private. Employed as Relaying Labourer

HILL E

Private. Employed as Platelayer

HILL H

Lieutenant. Employed as Engineer

HITCHENS R J

Private. Employed as Fitterís Assistant

HITCHENS W F

Private. Employed as Boilersmithís Assistant

HOARE H

Private. Employed as Messenger

HOBBS E J

Sapper. Employed as Storesman

HODGEN George

Assistant Engineer, H.M.S. Sarnia, Mercantile Marine Reserve. Died 12th September 1918. Employed as Assistant Engineer No known grave. Commemorated on PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon. Panel 30.

HODGSON J

Gunner. Employed as Carman

HOLBECK E H

Private. Employed as Messenger

HOLDER G F

Private. Employed as Messenger

HOLTOM D

Private. Employed as Labourer

HOMER D

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

HOOPER A H

Gunner. Employed as Labourer

HOOPER H B

Private. Employed as Signal Labourer

HOPKINS R

Private. Employed as Platelayer

HOSKINS H

Private. Employed as Porter

HUCKER W

Private. Employed as Quarryman

HUMBY J

Private. Employed as Labourer

HUMPHRIES A U

Private. Employed as Lifter

HURRY R J

Gunner. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

HUSSEY J W

Private. Employed as Porter

HUTCHINGS F

Gunner. Employed as Engine Cleaner

HUTCHINGS F

Private. Employed as Labourer

HUTCHINSON ?

Sergeant Major. Employed as Electrician

HYMAS L J

Corporal. Employed as Apprentice

HYSON R H

Sergeant. Employed as Signalman

ILSLEY C V

Lance Corporal. Employed as Clerk

INGRAM G

Private. Employed as Perm Labourer

INGS J

Private. Employed as Trimmer

IREMONGER W H

Private. Employed as Clerk

JACKSON L H

Sapper. Employed as Apprentice

JAGO W

Private. Employed as Assistant Signalman

JARY E

Private. Employed as Apprentice

JOHNS H

Private. Employed as Labourer

JOHNSON T

Private. Employed as Porter

JOHNSON W

Corporal. Employed as Platelayer

JOLLIFFE J T

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

JONES W A

Gunner. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

JONES W H

Private. Employed as Porter

JONES W S

Private. Employed as Lad

JOYCE S

Private. Employed as Platelayer

JOYCE William Alfred

Second Lieutenant, 4th Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Employed as Clerk. Killed in action 28th March 1918. No known grave. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Bay 10.

KEEL W

Lance Corporal. Employed as Machinist

KEEL W

Private. Employed as Painter

KELLOW E A

Lance Corporal. Employed as Clerk

KENNETT H P

Private. Employed as Clerk

KENT A

Private. Employed as Labourer

KENT W

Sergeant. Employed as Transfer Porter

KIFT G

Private. Employed as Platelayer

KING C S

Gunner. Employed as Painter

KING H

Private. Employed as Platelayer

KINGE H

Trooper. Employed as Platelayer

KINGSLEY J

Private. Employed as Timekeeper

KNIGHT Arthur William

Able Seaman 197837, H.M.S. Banyano, Royal Navy. (RFR/PO/B/5845). Died 11th March 1915. Aged 35. Employed as Crane Driver. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knight, of 8, Lion St., Shirley, Southampton; husband of Daisy Florence Pearce (formerly Knight), of 78, Millbrook Rd., Southampton. No known grave. Commemorated on PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire. Panel 7.

KNIGHT C F

Private. Employed as Porter

KNIGHT W

Private. Employed as Platelayer

KNOTT M

Private. Employed as Porter

KNOTT P H

Private. Employed as Porter

KNOTT W

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

KNOX J W

Shoeing Smith. Employed as Springmaker

LAMBDEN W

Lance Corporal. Employed as Porter

LAWRENCE E A

Able Seaman. Employed as Labourer

LAWRENCE R T

Private. Employed as Clerk

LAWS H

Lance Corporal. Employed as Engine Cleaner

LE HUQUET John [Edward]

Steward, H.M.S. Sarnia, Mercantile Marine Reserve. Employed as Chief Steward. Died 8th September 1916. Aged 40. Husband of Edith Le Huquet, of 13, Newcombe Rd., Southampton. Buried in EAST MUDROS MILITARY CEMETERY, Lemnos, Greece. Plot III. Row F. Grave 182.

LEE N A

Lance Corporal. Employed as Clerk

LOCK H E

Private. Employed as Shunter

LOCKE S

Private. Employed as Labourer

LOVEJOY E

Private. Employed as Wireman

LOVELACE H J

Rifleman. Employed as Carman

LOVELESS F C

Sapper. Employed as Clerk

LOVELOCK A A [G]

Airman 2nd Class 43584, Royal Flying Corps attached 6th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Employed as Clerk. Died 31st July 1917. Buried in CITE BONJEAN MILITARY CEMETERY, ARMENTIERES, Nord, France. Plot VIII. Row D. Grave 22.

LOWE C H

Trooper. Employed as Apprentice

LOWTON G C

Private. Employed as Clerk

LUCAS A J

Private. Employed as Labourer

LUNNON W E

Private. Employed as Clerk

LUSCOMBE, M.M. W T

Private. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.). Employed as Fitterís Assistant

LYES W

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

MACEY A S

Sapper. Employed as Clerk

MAIDMENT D

Gunner. Employed as Platelayer

MALE Arthur Ernest

Lieutenant, Royal Munster Rifles attached 6th Battalion, Connaught Rangers. Employed as Booking Clerk. Died 3rd July 1917. Aged 35. Son of Thomas Arthur and Martha Jane Male; husband of Alice Maud Beer (formerly Male), of 36, Albany Rd., New Malden, Surrey. Native of Esher, Surrey. Buried in LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Plot IV. Row C. Grave 46.

MANDRY W J

Lance Corporal. Employed as Apprentice

MANNERING H J

Rifleman. Employed as Porter

MARRINER R

Sapper. Employed as Platelayer

MARSH F

Private. Employed as Bricklayer

MARSLEN R V

Private. Employed as Clerk

MARTIN E

Corporal. Employed as Tube Repairer

MARTIN F G

Corporal. Employed as Steward

MARTIN H

Private. Employed as Shunter

MARTYN W J

Private. Employed as Office Porter

MASON J H

Gunner. Employed as Labourer

MASTERS A P

Private. Employed as Carman

MATLOCK G

Sapper. Employed as Fitterís Assistant

MAUNSELL Edwin Richard Lloyd

Captain, 1st Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Died 1st July 1916. Son of Maj. John Drought Maunsell and Euphemia Sullivan Maunsell (nee Bush), of Taunton, Somerset. Employed as Assistant Foreman. Buried in AUCHONVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY, Somme, France. Plot I. Row A. Grave 11.

MAY L

Lance Corporal. Employed as Porter

MAYNARD J F

Rifleman. Employed as Bridge Painter

McMAHON J

Private. Employed as Labourer

McNALLY ?

Private. Employed as Apprentice

McRILL G

Private. Employed as Messenger

MEAKIN W U

Sapper. Employed as Polisher

MILES G S

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

MILFORD J

Lance Corporal. Employed as Platelayer

MILFORD R J

Lance Corporal. Employed as Millwright

MILLER G

Lance Corporal. Employed as Coalman

MILLS A G

Private. Employed as Porter

MILLS A J

Sapper. Employed as Striker

MITCHELL H F

Pioneer. Employed as Porter

MOLLAND C F

Staff Sergeant. Employed as Clerk

MOLYNEUX J

Private. Employed as Shunter

MOON R

Corporal. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

MOORES R C

Private. Employed as Porter

MORAN A J

Sapper. Employed as Last Tele Linesman

MORAN, R St G & DCM James Owen

[Memorial states Corporal]. Driver T/28938, No. 3 Company, 2nd Division Training Battalion, Royal Army Service Corps. Died 7th May 1915. Aged 21. Son of Sarah Moran and the late John Moran. His brother John also fell. Employed as Striker. Awarded the R St G. and the Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM). Buried in EASTLEIGH CEMETERY, Eastleigh, Hampshire. Plot A. Grave 880.

MORGAN, M.M. W A

Private. Awarded the Military Medal.. Employed as Porter

MORIN F R

Private. Employed as Clerk

MOULDING W W

Sergeant. Employed as Booking Clerk

MOY Percy [Jonathan]

Private 87796, 13th Battalion, The King's (Liverpool Regiment). Died 27th September 1918. Aged 29. Employed as Dynamo Examiner. Son of E. J. and Mary Ann Moy, of 7, Arragon Rd., Twickenham, Middx. Buried in GRAND RAVINE BRITISH CEMETERY, HAVRINCOURT, Pas de Calais, France. Row A. Grave 47.

MUNDAY M G

Private 39824, 1st Garrison Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry. Died 6th November 1918. Aged 28. Employed as Porter. Son of John and Kate Munday, of Eastney, Portsmouth. No known grave. Commemorated on KARACHI 1914-1918 WAR MEMORIAL, Pakistan.

NEVILLE E

Sergeant. Employed as Porter

NEW E G

Driver. Employed as Engine Cleaner

NEWLAND T C

Private. Employed as Porter

NEWNHAM B E

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

NEWTON J G

Private. Employed as Checker

NORGATE W

Private. Employed as Labourer

NORMAN H C

Corporal. Employed as Clerk

NORTHAM A

Sergeant. Employed as Engine Cleaner

OLIVER A

Private. Employed as Labourer

OLIVER W G

Private. Employed as Fitterís Assistant

OLIVER W H

Rifleman. Employed as Carman

ORCHARD A G

Pioneer. Employed as Labourer

ORMAND G

Private. Employed as Van Shifter

ORPET F

Leading Stoker. Employed as Holder Up

OSBORNE G

Private. Employed as Messenger

OSMNOND F E

Sapper. Employed as Wheelwright

OWEN R F

Lieutenant. Employed as Apprentice

OWEN T M

Corporal. Employed as Wagonmaker

OXLADE C M

Comídr. Employed as Sec. Officer

PARDY W

Private. Employed as Bricklayer

PARKINS H C

Private. Employed as Lad

PARSONS F

Sergeant. Employed as Labourer

PARSONS R

Private. Employed as Crane Driver

PARTRIDGE A G

Private. Employed as Furnaceman

PAULL F

Private. Employed as Labourer

PAYNE E A

Rifleman. Employed as Clerk

PAYNE E P

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

PEARSE John

Stoker 1st Class SS/100131, H.M.S. Alcantara, Royal Navy. Died 29th February 1916. Aged 32. Employed as Quarryman. Son of Harry and Harriet Pearse, of 1, East St., Okehampton; husband of Amelia Pearse, of 46, North St., Okehampton, Devon. No known grave. Commemorated on PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Devon. Panel 16.

PECKSON H

Private. Employed as Timekeeper

PEGRAM Jack Arthur Horton

Second Lieutenant, Royal Air Force. Died 18th July 1918. Aged 18. Employed as Clerk. No known grave. Commemorated on HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTON, Hampshire.

PELLETT J

Trooper. Employed as Porter

PELLOW A

Private. Employed as Quarryman

PENWARDEN L E

Sapper. Employed as Clerk

PERRY A

Gunner. Employed as Painter

PETERS J H

Rifleman. Employed as Painter

PETERS S H

Private. Employed as Clerk

PETT T

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

PETTS A H

Bombardier. Employed as Porter & Rel Sign

PETTYFER A O

Gunner 1557, "B" Battery, 235th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died 25th September 1917. Employed as Clerk. Buried in FLATIRON COPSE CEMETERY, MAMETZ, Somme, France. Plot I. Row F. Grave 14.

PHILLIPS W

Private. Employed as Labourer

PHILLIPS W

Private. Employed as Van Washer

PHILPOTT W E

Rifleman. Employed as Messenger

PIKE E

Private. Employed as Porter

PITTER J

Private. Employed as Porter

PITTWOOD H

Private. Employed as Coalman

PIZZEY H

Private. Employed as Cowls Porter

PLANT Ralph

[Listed as incorrectly as H PLANT on the memorial but correctly as R PLANT on the L & SWR memorial on Guilford Station.] Corporal 7069, 2nd Battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Died 18th April 1915. Employed as Platelayer. Buried in OOSTTAVERNE WOOD CEMETERY, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Plot VII. Row J. Grave 10.Also commemorated on Stoke-next-Guildford parish church memorial and the main Guildford memorial in Guildford Castle grounds.

POCKNEE R

Private. Employed as Coalman

POOK W

Rifleman. Employed as Labourer

PORTER F

Private. Employed as Platelayer

PORTER H H

Private. Employed as Messenger

POTHECARY A K

Private. Employed as Labourer

POULTON A B

Private. Employed as Transfer Porter

POWELL A

Gunner. Employed as Assistant Signal Lineman

POWELL A

Private. Employed as Platelayer

PRAGNELL H

Private. Employed as Labourer

PRATTINTON P

Pioneer. Employed as Clerk

PRESKETT C

Corporal. Employed as Porter

PREWER W J

Private. Employed as Labourer

RALPH C

Stoker. Employed as Assistant Tele Lineman

RANGECROFT H

Gunner. Employed as Tally Clerk

RAYNER P G

Sergeant. Employed as Clerk

READ G

Private. Employed as Painter

REDDING H

Trooper. Employed as Labourer

REECE G L

Private. Employed as Messenger

REED G H

Private. Employed as Office Lad

REEVES W

Private. Employed as Labourer

REUTER G E

Rifleman. Employed as Clerk

RIDGE H

Lance Corporal. Employed as Platelayer

RIDGEWAY E A

Private. Employed as Bridge Painter

RING E

Private. Employed as Labourer

RING J

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

ROBEY R A

Rifleman. Employed as Porter

ROBINSON E F

Able Seaman. Employed as Clerk

ROGERS C H

Private. Employed as Clerk

ROGERS, M.M. H J

Sapper. Awarded the Military Medal.. Employed as Platelayer

ROWDEN M

Private. Employed as Turnerís Assistant

ROWLAND G

Private. Employed as Sub-Station Assistant

ROWSELL A

Sapper. Employed as Labourer

RUSHENT W H

Gunner. Employed as Fireman

RUSSELL H B

Sergeant. Employed as Clerk

SAINSBURY A

Gunner. Employed as Labourer

SALES G

Private. Employed as Assistant Painter

SALISBURY W

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

SALMON V G

Private. Employed as Fitterís Assistant

SALTER F

[Listed as R SALTER in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Lance Corporal. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

SAUNDERS G

Sergeant. Employed as Perm Labourer

SAUNDERS H V

Lieutenant. Employed as Clerk

SAVILLE A

Private. Employed as Labourer

SCETTRINO W T

Private. Employed as Messenger

SCOREY G

Private. Employed as Apprentice

SELBY A J

Private. Employed as Platelayer

SELBY J

Private. Employed as Platelayer

SHARMAN F

Private. Employed as Carman Assistant

SHARPE, M.M. W F

Lance Corporal. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.). Employed as Fitterís Assistant

SHEA J

Gunner. Employed as Labourer

SHIRE A E

Private. Employed as Porter

SHORT P

Rifleman. Employed as Porter

SHORT P A

Private. Employed as Turnerís Assistant

SHORT W J

Private. Employed as Porter

SILLENCE J

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

SILVER B

Pioneer. Employed as Labourer

SIMMONDS F A

Private. Employed as Labourer

SINGER T

Private. Employed as Porter

SKITTRAIL G W

[Listed as SKITTRALL in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

SLAUGHTER C E

Corporal. Employed as Gas Filler

SMITH A

Sapper. Employed as Coachmaker

SMITH C

Lance Corporal. Employed as Booking Clerk

SMITH C

Sergeant. Employed as Fireman

SMITH F

Private. Employed as Office Porter

SMITH H J

Private. Employed as Porter

SMITH J

Private. Employed as Transfer Porter

SMITH P W

Private. Employed as Clerk

SNELL F C

Able Seaman. Employed as Labourer

SPENCER F W

Private. Employed as Labourer

SPENCER G W

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

SPIERS H C

Corporal. Employed as Porter

SPRAY W E

Rifleman. Employed as Clerk

STACEY Edwin

Leading Seaman 180776, H.M.S. Pembroke, Royal Navy. Died 23rd July 1917. Husband of G. J. Stacey, of 114, New Rd., Battersea, London. Employed as Crane Examiner. Buried in TOOTING CEMETERY, LAMBETH, London. Screen Wall. W.3. 6.

STADDON A W

Corporal. Employed as Warehouseman

STANBURY E H

Sergeant. Employed as Driller

STANNARD G E

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

STARKEY S

Corporal. Employed as Porter

STARLING B

Sergeant. Employed as Coal Porter

STEPHENS W S

[Listed as W A STEPHENS in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Private. Employed as Porter

STEVENS H C

Lance Corporal. Employed as Brake Cleaner

STEVENS R H

Sapper. Employed as Fireman

STEVENS W C

Private. Employed as Dynamo Examiner

STICKLAND H F

Corporal. Employed as Office Porter

STILL A E

Private. Employed as Tally Clerk

STILWELL H

Private. Employed as Messenger

STIMPSON W G

Private. Employed as Porter

STOKES W

Able Seaman. Employed as Seaman

STONE A F

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

STONE C

Rifleman. Employed as Clerk

STONEMAN W

[Listed as STONEHAM in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book] Corporal. Employed as Platelayer

STRANGE J W

Sergeant. Employed as Finisher

STREET C H

Private. Employed as Office Porter

STRETCH R A

Lance Corporal. Employed as Parcel Porter

STUBBINGTON E

Private. Employed as Clerk

STYLES C G

Private. Employed as Platelayer

SUDUL G

Corporal. Employed as Clerk

SUGG W

Private. Employed as Platelayer

SUMMERFIELD E W

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

SUMMERS R F

Sapper. Employed as Porter

SUMMERSBY W T

Private. Employed as Porter

SUTTON R

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

TAGG E W

Private. Employed as Apprentice

TANNER J

Sergeant Major. Employed as Porter

TANNER R W

Private. Employed as Porter

TARGETT E

Corporal. Employed as Police Constable

TARRANT S

Private. Employed as Porter

TEMPLER E E

Private. Employed as Clerk

THATCHER E

Private. Employed as Platelayer

THORNBACK S V

Lance Corporal. Employed as Storesman's Assistant

THORNE P C

Private. Employed as Trimmer

THORNHLLL W

Gunner. Employed as Labourer

TILL J L

Corporal. Employed as Fireman

TIMMS C

Private. Employed as Porter

TIMS W R

Gunner. Employed as Clerk

TOOKE J R

Sergeant. Employed as Porter & Rel. Signaller

TOOMER Harry

Private 6820, 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action on the first day of The Battle of the Somme 1 July 1916. Born Chilbolton 1st March 1885, enlisted Winchester, resident Andover. Son of Harry and Ann Toomer (nee Mansbridge); he had three sisters and two brothers. Harry was married to Amy Scivier on 11 April 1914, and was recalled for the Expeditionary Force in August 1914, went to the front 27 August 1914. He had a daughter born the following January (Dorothy), and a daughter born after his death (Betty). Employed as Platelayer No known grave. Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Pier and Face 7 C and 7 B. Also listed on the Andover War Memorial.

TRUMP R W

Pioneer. Employed as Clerk

TUCKER C H

Private. Employed as Parcel Porter

TUCKER S

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

TURNER C D

Private. Employed as Clerk

UNWIN A

Steward. Employed as Steward

VAN S

Private. Employed as Labourer

VAN SANTEN S

Private. Employed as Clerk

VANSTONE R J

Leading Seaman. Employed as Boilerwasher

VIDLER F J

Lance Corporal. Employed as Fireman

VINCENT A C

Private. Employed as Clerk

VINCENT H V

Private. Employed as Carriage Cleaner

VIVIAN R

Sapper. Employed as Parcel Clerk

VOKE W

Lance Corporal. Employed as Oiler

VOWDEN F

Sapper. Employed as Platelayer

WALBRIDGE J

Private. Employed as Labourer

WALTERS A C

Private. Employed as Clerk

WARD E J

Corporal. Employed as Porter

WATERS D H

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

WATRIDGE F H

Private. Employed as Clerk

WAY J

Private. Employed as Fireman

WEBB A E

Private. Employed as Hammerman

WEBB W

Private. Employed as Labourer

WEEKES W R

Private. Employed as Clerk

WELCH H

Private. Employed as Carman

WELSMAN G K

Private. Employed as Clerk

WESTLAKE J

Private. Employed as Platelayer

WESTON L

Private. Employed as Porter

WHEELER J H

Gunner. Employed as Perm Labourer

WHITE H E

Gunner. Employed as Labourer

WHITE H G

Private. Employed as Porter

WHITE L J

[Not listed in St Paulís Cathedral Service Book]. Employed as Not Known

WHITE P

Able Seaman. Employed as Porter

WHITLOCK W D

Private. Employed as Fireman

WIDGER A

Private. Employed as Porter

WILCOX F A

Private. Employed as Platelayer

WILKINS A J

Private. Employed as Parcel Porter

WILKINS G H

Boy 1st Class J/35734, H.M.S. Swiftsure, Royal Navy. Died 30th December 1915. Employed as Engine Cleaner. Buried in LANCASHIRE LANDING CEMETERY, Turkey. Section K. Grave 54.

WILLCOCKS P R

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

WILLIAMS F C

Private. Employed as Clerk

WILLIAMS W

Sapper. Employed as Driver

WISE W F

Private. Employed as Coalman

WITHERS W

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

WOOLGAR S

Private. Employed as Porter

WORSFOLD R

Private. Employed as Goods Porter

WORTH C G

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

WREN W

Private. Employed as Striker

WRIGHT E

Private. Employed as Labourer

WRIGHT J

Private. Employed as Engine Cleaner

YARLETT W C

Private. Employed as Platelayer

YOUNG A R

Private. Employed as Turnerís Assistant

YOUNG F W

Gunner. Employed as Office Porter

Last updated 19 June, 2016

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