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HENDON WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Detailed information
Compiled & Copyright © Paula Bautista 2011

The Hendon Memorial was dedicated by the Bishop of Willesden on 23rd April 1922. It has 362 names of First World War casualties. The memorial is a Cross on a square base with 3 Bronze panels of names. Two panels are dedicated to the Central Ward with 224 names and 1 panel is dedicated to the West Ward with 138 names. There is a stone plinth with a dedication to the memory of Service personnel and Civilians who died in the Second World War. The memorial is located on an island on the Watford Road (A41).

Photographs Copyright © Paula Bautista 2011

1914-1918
ERECTED BY RESIDENTS
OF THE CENTRAL AND
WEST WARDS OF HENDON
IN MEMORY OF THEIR
GLORIOUS DEAD

CENTRAL WARD
ABRAHAM Wm
Private William Abraham Service Number: 228547, London Regiment “1st (City of London) Battalion (Royal Fusiliers). First enlisted with Royal Kent Regt in Hendon and then posted to 18th Royal Fusiliers. Died of wounds on 3rd August 1917 age 35. Beloved son of Mr A and Mrs E. Abraham of St. Pancras. Husband of Rose Maud Abraham, Kentish Town. Buried in Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord)
ADAM Jas H
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ALLEN Geo J
Ordinary Seaman George James Allen Service Number: SS/7771, Served with Royal Navy on board HMS Strongbow. He passed away on 17th October 1917 age 18. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial. Beloved son of George Herbert and Millicent Isabella Allen, of 62 Victoria Road, Hendon
ALFORD Edwd N
Captain Edward Nicholas Alford, Bedfordshire 2nd Garrison. He died on 11th January 1919. Commemorated on Delhi Memorial (India Gate). Buried in Karachi Cemetery, India.
AMEY, MM Hy J
Private Henry James Amey Service Number: 532034, 15th Bn of London Regiment Prince of Wales Civil Service Rifles. Died of wounds on 5th April 1918 age 31. Beloved son of Mr and Mrs Samuel Amey, of Bourenmouth. Husband of Helen Mary Amey of 3 New Brent St. Hendon. Awarded the Military Medal (MM). He is buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.
ANDREWS Jas J
Petty Officer 2nd Class James Josiah Andrews Service Number: 162842, Royal Navy HMS Aboukir. He passed away on 22nd September 1914 aged 38. Commemorated on Chatham Naval Memorial. Beloved son of James Josiah and Martha Anna Andrews, of Somerset; Husband of Annie Laura Andrews of 8 New Brent St. Hendon
ARDELY Chas H
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BAILEY Arthur M
Second Lieutenant Arthur Macdougal Bailey. Served with Essex Regiment 7th Battalion attached to the 9th Battalion. He died on 22nd August 1918 aged 21. Beloved son of Arthur Rushby Bailey, M A and Catherin Coats Bailey of Holmbury Station Road Hendon. Buried in Meaulte Military Cemetery.
BAILEY Wm
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BAKER Leonard F
Air Mechanic 2nd Class Leonard Friend Baker Service Number 224753. Royal Air Force. Passed away on 3rd June 1918 aged 23. Beloved Son of Mrs Lily Gertrude Baker of 150A Brent St. Hendon. Commemorated on a Memorial in Hendon (St. Mary) Churchyard. Born in Willesden
BALDWIN Robt L
Private Robert Lanceley Baldwin Service number: L/15805, served with the Middlesex Regiment. Died on 14th May 1920 aged 21. Born in Ireland to James and Margaret Baldwin of 22 Alexandra Road Hendon. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
BALDWIN Thos F
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BARKER C
Captain Clarence Barker, Served with 126th Baluchistan Infantry he was attached to the 53rd Sikhs (Frontier Force). He died on 22nd February 1917 aged 22. Commemorated on the Basra Memorial.
BARON Thos G
Private Thomas George Baron Service Number: G/33079, Served with the 4th Middlesex Regiment, He enlisted at Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 10th April 1917. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial.
BARTLETT Thos J
Corporal Thomas John Bartlett Service Number: 391124, served with the 2nd/9th London Regiment (Queen Victoria’s Rifles). He enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 26th September 1917. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
BARTLETT Hy A
Rifleman Henry Alfred Bartlett Service Number: 13262, served with the 3rd Rifle Brigade. He enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 18th August 1916 aged 19. Beloved son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Bartlett 4 Fuller Street, Hendon. He is buried in A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers
BARTLETT J
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BATES Wm V
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BEARBLOCK Chas J
Lieutenant Charles Bearblock, served with 9th Essex Regiment. Passed away on 20th October 1915 aged 22. Beloved son of Engineer Capt. C.W.J Bearblock CB RN (retired) and Mrs AR Bearblock of Owley Cottage South Brent Devon. He is buried in Vermelles British Cemetery
BEARE Chas C
Lance Corporal Charles Cecil Beare, Service Number: 2819. 9th County of London Queen Victoria’s Rifles. Killed in action on 25th April 1915, age 26. Beloved son of Charles Edward and Annie Clara Beare of Osborne Road, Brighton. He was Master of Hyde Council School, Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
BEDFORD Cecil T
Rifleman Cecil Thomas Bedford. Service Number 471406, served with 12th Rangers. He enlisted in London and was Killed in action 1st July 1916. Beloved son of Mr and Mrs F. Bedford, 16 Brent Street, Hendon. He is buried in Gommecourt British Cemetery No.2, Hebuterne
BEEL A
Gunner Archie (Archibald James) Beel Service Number 38564, “D” Bty. 83rdBn of Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery. Died on 16th September 1915 age 24. Beloved son of Frederick and Christina Bell of 64 Curzon Street, Mayfair London. Archie was born in Farm Royal Bucks. Buried in Citadel New Military Cemetery, Fricourt.
BEVIR Raymond
Second Lieutenant Raymond Bevir. 10th Bn of Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action on 15th July 1916 aged 27. Son of Ellen Blanchflower Bevir, of The Paddock, Old Basing Basingstoke, Hants and the late Ernest Bevir. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial
BIRCH Llewellyn
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BISHOP Albt E
Signal Boy Albert Edward Bishop Service Number: J/24353, served with the Royal Navy on HMS Hawke. He passed away on 15th October 1914 aged 16. Beloved son of Albert Edward and Edith Agnes Bishop, of Borroughs House, The Borroughs, Hendon. Commemorated on the Chatham Naval Memorial.
BOMICK Chas
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BROOKS Percy
Rifleman Percy Brooks Service Number: 2587, served with 3rd Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own). He enlisted in St. Paul’s Churchyard, Middx and was Killed in action on 31st July 1917 aged 24. Beloved son of Charles Bernard and Eleanor Septima Brooks. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
BROMLEY Wm W
Acting Corporal William Walter Henry Bromley Service Number: 17146, Served with 7th Field Royal Engineers. He enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 19th July 1916 aged 26. Beloved son of Mr and Mrs William Bromley 3 Heading Street, Hendon. He is buried in Ridge Wood Military Cemetery.
BROWN Jos
Private Joseph Brown Service Number: 9557, Served with 1st Middlesex Regiment. He enlisted in Willesden and was Killed in action on 15th July 1916 aged 25. Beloved Son of John and Esther Brown 2 Short Street, Hendon. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial
BURNINGHAM W J
Petty Officer Wilfred John Burningham Service Number: M/3899, served with the Royal Navy on HMS Ben-Ma-Chee. He passed away on 27th December 1916 aged 23. Beloved eldest son of Charles and Fanny Elizabeth Buringham of 10 Florence St. Hendon. Buried in Port Said War Memorial Cemetery, Eygpt.
BURROWS Albt
Driver Albert William (service number: 120747). Royal Field Artillery “A” Bty. 48th Army Bde. Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died of wounds on 29th July 1918 aged 29. Beloved son of Ellen Burrows of Garden House, Highfield, Golder's Green Road, Hendon. Buried in Villers Station Cemetery, Villers-Au-Bois
BUSH Arthur S
Wheeler Arthur Samuel Bush (Service Number: 145935), served with 13th Div of Royal Field Aritilery. He enlisted in Chelsea and Died on 14th September 1916 aged 31. Beloved husband of Mrs A Bush 24 Heading Street, Hendon and son of Mr A. and Mrs K Bush of Hendon. He is buried in Basra War Cemetery
BYATT Ralph H
Gunner Ralph Henry Byatt (Service Number: 35729). Served with 130th Siege Bty of the Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted in London and Died on 10th January 1917 aged 25. Beloved son of Arthur and Emma Byatt, of 15 Heading St. Hendon. Buried in Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery
BYRNE Patrick
Private Patrick Byrne (Service Number: G/25991) served with 1st Middlesex. He enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 23rd April 1917. He is buried in Heninel-Croisilles Road Cemetery, France
BYRNE Wm
Private William Byrne (Service Number: 35281), served with 13th Essex Regiment. He enlisted in Mill Hill was Killed in action on 28th April 1917. He is Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
CAMPBELL Robt A
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CHICK Arthur G
[Listed on CWGC as Albert George] Sergeant Albert George Chick (service number: 390621), served with 1st/9th Queen Victoria Rifles. Enlisted in London and Died of wounds on 20th April 1917 aged 30. Son of Walter and Sarah Ann Chick of 129, Audley Road, Hendon. Buried in Vis-En-Artois British Cemetery, Haucourt
CHILDS Jas A
Private James Arthur Childs (Service Number: 16757), served with the 7th Canadian Expeditionary Force. He died aged 20 on 24th April 1915. Beloved son of Samuel and Margaret Childs of 31 Woodland Way, Mill Hill. Commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
CLAYTON Geo E
Lance Corporal George Edward Clayton (Service Number: 1214), served with Herts Yeomanry. He enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 23rd August 1915 aged 24. Beloved son of Mary Down Clayton of "Glen Burnie" Audley Road, Hendon. He is buried in Lala Baba Cemetery. Gallipol.
CLIBBON Hy G
Private Henry George Clibbon (Service Number: 37141), served with 12th Somerset Light Infantry. He enlisted in Mill Hill and Died of wounds on 12th December 1917 aged 33. Born in Ware, Herts. Beloved husband of Amy Clibbon, of 2 Council Cottages, Ickford Thames Oxon. Buried in Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel
CLOUGH Geo W
Sergeant George William Clough (service number: 390596) served with 9th Queen Victoria’s Rifles. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 16th August 1917 aged 31. Husband of Mabel Clough 117, Harrogate Road, Moortown, Leeds. Son of Joseph Clough of Armley Leeds. Buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery.
COOK Chas H
Private Charles Henry Cook (Service Number: 17333), served with 2nd Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 23rd April 1915. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
COOPER Hector C
Corporal Hector Cecil Cooper (service number: 201828), served with 2nd Tank Corps. Enlisted in Coventry, Warwick and was Killed in action on 21st September 1918. Commemorated on Vis-En-Artois Memorial.
COOTE Keith
Private Keith Coote (Service Number: 254845), served with 3rd Royal Fusiliers was posted to 1st/2nd Bn. He Enlisted in Wood Green and was Killed in action on 24th August 1918 age 18. Beloved son of James and Margaret Coote, 10 Lodge Road Hendon. He is buried in Summit Trench Cemetery, Croisilles.
CORCOTT Wm
Sapper William Corcott (Service Number: 94279), served with 250th Tunnelling Coy of Royal Engineers. He enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 1st September 1916. He is buried in Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery.
COUSINS, DCM Clifford
Private Clifford Cousins (Service number: 702775), served with 23rd London Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill with Middlesex Regiment was Killed by a shell on 9th December 1917 aged 18. Beloved son of Robert and Emily Cousins of Imnere Farm, Norfolk. Clifford was award the Distinguished Conduct Medal (D.C.M). Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
COWPER Gordon
Captain Gordon Cowper served with 9th Gordon Highlanders. Died on 2nd February 1919 aged 34. Beloved son of William Cowper and Mrs Jean Duncan Armit Cowper, "Edmunds" Sunningfields Road Hendon. He is buried in Nivelles (Nijvel) Communal Cemetery.
COWPER W R
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COX A J
Lance Corporal Alfred John Cox (Service Number: L/8437), served with 4th Royal Fusiliers. He enlisted in Hounslow and was Killed in action on 14th September 1914 aged 30. Husband of Annie Amelia Cox of 31, Richmond Terrace, Clapham Road, South Lambeth. He was born in Paddington and lived in Hendon. Commemorated on La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial.
COX Albt F
Private Albert Frank Cox (Service Number:19981), served with 4th Grenadiers Guards. Enlisted in Cockspur Street was Killed in action on 20th November 1915 aged 23. Born in Yeovil, Somerset. Worked for Western Gazette Yeovil and Irish Independent, Fleet Street London. Beloved son of Frank John and Sarah Georgina Cox of 182 Melfort Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. Buried in Aubers Ridge British cemetery, Aubers
CRAY John E
Private John Cray (Service Number: 353001), served with 2nd/7th London Regiment. Enlisted in Whitehall and was Killed in action on 7th August 1917. Beloved son of Mr P Cray The Nook, Queen’s Road Hendon. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial
DANN F
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DEWDNEY Harold J
Lieutenant Harold James Dewdney served with Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Passed away on 28th August 1918 aged 30. Son of George and Ann Dewdney, of Heavitree, Hendon. Buried in Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux
DIBDEN A
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DICKENS Hy
Private Harry Dickens (Service Number: G/3696), served with 7th Royal West Kent Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 13th July 1916. He was born in Hendon. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial.
DICKENS Wm
Rifleman William Robert Carwell Dickens (Service Number: 6265), served with 12th The Rangers. Enlisted in London was Killed in action on 7th October 1916 aged 27. Beloved son of Joe and Elizabeth of 20 Fuller Street, Hendon. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial. Formerly with 9th Middlesex Regiment.
DICKINSON Wm J
Lance Corporal William John Dickinson (Service Number: 29840), served with 20th Middlesex. Enlisted in Kilburn and Died of wounds on 6th December 1917. Husband of Elizabeth Hannah Dickinson of 38 Bell Land, Hendon. He is buried in Bucquoy Road Cemetery, Ficheux
DISBREY T W
1st Class Stoker Thomas William Disbrey (service number: K/7403) served with Royal Navy on HMS Derwent. Passed away on 2nd May 1917 aged 29. Commemorated on Chatham Naval Memorial. Husband of Emily R Willison (Formerly Disbrey) 23 Bell Vue Road Hendon. Son of William and Annie Disbrey of Finchley.
DOW Ernest
Private Ernest Dow (Service Number: 325022), served with 1st/8th Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon and died on 15th August 1918 aged 32. He is buried in Montecchio Precalcino Communal Cemetery Extension, Italy. Born in West Bergholt, Essex
DUMBLETON, MM Hy G
Private Harry George Dumbelton (Service Number: 4553), served with 8th East Surrey Regiment. Enlisted in St. Pancras and was Killed in action on 12th October 1917. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.). Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial and was Awarded the Military Medal.
EGERTON J Howard
Private John Howard Egerton (service number: 763967), served with C Coy. 1st/28th Artist’s Rifles. Enlisted in Brighton and was Killed in action on 30th October 1917 aged 19. Son of John Edward and Lydia Egerton of 13, Sunningfields Crescent, Hendon Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial
ELDRIDGE Fredk
Private Frederick James Eldridge (service number: 28355), served with 2nd Essex Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 15th December 1917 aged 25. Son of Mr and Mrs F. Eldridge of 34, Stratford Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
ELLACOTT Sidney A
Corporal Sidney Ellacott (service number: 1164), served with Hertfordshire Yeomanry. Enlisted in Hendon and Died on 4th June 1915. Born and lived in Hendon. Buried in Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery.
ELWORTHY Edwd P
Second Lieutenant Edward Pearce Elworthy, served with Royal Engineers. Killed in action on 9th August 1915 aged 25. Son of R. P. and Mary Elworthy of Westhorpe, Tenterden Grove, Hendon. Commemorated on special memorial in Green Hill Cemetery.
ELWORTHY, MiD Thos
Second Lieutenant Thomas Elworthy served with Royal Lancaster Regiment formerly 1st Royal Engineers. Killed in action on 3rd May 1917 aged 24. Mentioned in Despatches (MiD). Son of Robert Pearce and Mary Elworthy of 21, Ranulp Road, Hampstead. Buried in Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux
FEAR Percival F
Private Percival Frederick Franklin Fear (service number: 30806), served with 11th Lancashire Fusiliers. Enlisted in Kilburn and was taken Prisoner in May 1917 and Died on 5th September 1918 age 24. Son of Mr and Mrs Frank Fear of Hendon. Buried Cologne Southern Cemetery.
FERRIS Basil T
Corporal Basil Thomas Ferris (service number: 1762), served with 7th City of London attached to 140th Trench Mortar Bty. Enlisted in Sun Street and was Killed in action on 24th December 1916 aged 25. Son of Henry Pearson Ferris and Catherine Lavinia Ferris of Abertawe 21 Mount Road, Hendon. Buried in Woods Cemetery, Belguim.
FERRETT Wm R
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FINE Wm J
Bombardier William Joseph Fine (service number: 28349), served with 7th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 15th February 1917 aged 27. Son of John and Elizabeth Ann Fine of 10, Bell Lane, Hendon. Buried in Bellacourt Military Cemetery, Riviere-France.
FLETCHER Francis W
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FRANKLIN Chas A
Private Charles Albert Franklin (service number: 460768), served with 15th Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario regiment). Enlisted in Canada and was Killed by a Shell on 30th April 1916 aged 30. Husband of Margaret Jane Franklin of 1660 Dufferin St. Toronto Ontario. Son of Thomas Harrison Franklin of Hendon. Buried in Woods Cemetery, Belguim.
FRANKLIN Robt
Gunner Robert Franklin (service number: 58207), served with 11th Bty. 1st Bde Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died of wounds on 4th May 1917 aged 21. Son of Robert and Emma Franklin of 3 Salisbury Plain, Hendon. Buried in Struma Millitary Cemetery, Greece.
FROST H R
Bombardier Henry Richard Frost (service number: 74136), served with 287th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 1st November 1918 aged 25. Husband of Eva E. Frost of 10, North Street, Hendon. Born in Kentish Town. Buried in Auberchicourt British Cemetery.
GALLIFORD E C
Private Edmund Charles Galliford (service number: 1638), served with 1st London Mounted Bde. Field Amb. Royal Army Medical Corps. Enlisted in Chelsea and Died of wounds on 22nd August 1915 aged 18. Son of George Edmund and Miriam Galliford of South Molton, Neeld Crescent, Hendon. Commemorated on Helles Memorial
GALLIFORD R H
Rifleman Ralph Horace Galliford (service number: 592831), served with 18th London Irish Rifles. Enlisted in Hendon with Middlesex Regiment and Died of wounds on 30th November 1917 aged 32. Son of Jabez and Mary Ann Galliford. Buried in Orival Wood Cemetery, Flesquieres.
GATES Richd T
Flight Lieutenant Richard Thomas Gates. Served with Naval Flying Corps. Plane Crashed on 14th September 1914. Commemorated on Special Memorial in Hendon (St. Mary) Churchyard.
GAZELEY Hy
Able Seaman Harry Gazeley (service number: Z-2273), served with Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Hawke Battalion R N Division. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 13th November 1916 aged 29. Born in Hendon on 5th June 1887 and Husband of Jane Gazeley of 36 Church End. Son of Mr and Mrs James Gazeley of 1 Church Walk Hendon. Buried in Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel.
GEORGE Wm J
Lance Corporal William Jacob George (service number: 4550), served with Honourable Artillery Company (Infantry). Enlisted in Armoury House and Died of wounds on 17th February 1917 aged 21. Son of William Lock and Louisa Fredrica George of 107, Greencroft Gardens, Hampstead. Buried in Varennes Military Cemetery, France.
GLENNON Francis H
Second Lieutenant Francis Henry Glennon served with 10th East Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action 16th November 1916 aged 35. Son of Christopher Glennon and Isabel Margaret Blake. Volunteered at outbreak of War. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
GOVIER A Jas
Private Alfred James Govier (service number: 510672), served with 852nd Area Employment Company Labour Corps. Enlisted in Willesden and was Killed in action on 22nd March 1918. Formerly Royal Army Service Corps. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
GOVIER Wm F
Gunner William Frederick Govier (service number: 119496), served with 186th Siege Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted in Luton and was Killed in action on 21st March 1918. Buried in Talana Farm Cemetery.
GOWLETT Hy
Private Henry Gowlett (service number: L/15466), served with 1st Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action 25th April 1916. Born in Stanmore. Son of Mr and Mrs W. J Gowlett of 17 Fuller Street, Hendon. Buried in Cambrin Churchyard Extension, Pas de Calais, France.
GOWLETT Jack
Driver John Gowlett (service number: 141044), served with Royal Engineers. Enlisted in Wood Green and Died 26th June 1916. Born in Stanmore and left a wife and two children Commemorated on Basra Memorial
GRAY Jas
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GREEN H A Edridge
Second Lieutenant Harry Allen Edridge-Green, served with 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died on 5th November 1918 aged 24. Son of Frederick William Edridge-Green, CBE, MD, FRCS, and Minnie Jane Edridge-Green of 99 Walm Lane, Cricklewood. Buried in Dover (St. James’) Cemetery, Kent, UK
GROWSE John H
Lieutenant (T/Captain) John Hartley Growse served with 2nd Artists (Northamptonshire Regiment) attached to 5th Army School of Instruction. Died of wounds on 1st April 1918 aged 24. Son of Mr and Mrs Growse, of Hendon. Awarded the Sword of Honour at Sandhurst. Buried in St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen
HAINES F
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HAM John
Lance Corporal John Ham (service number: 20054) served with 2nd Grenadier Guards. Enlisted Hendon and was Killed in action on 12th October 1915. Born in Bristol, Somerset. Commemorated on Loos Memorial.
HAMILTON John
Corporal John Hamilton (service number: 45085), served with 9th Worcestershire Regiment. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 14th September 1918 aged 30. Husband of Daisy Hamilton of 13 Cotleigh Road, West Hampstead. Born in Eastney, Hants. Commemorated on Tehran Memorial.
HARRINGTON A H
Sergeant Arthur Harrington (service number: 62275), served with Royal Field Artillery. Died 15th January 1919 aged 25. Coming home from Salonika after a 3 – 4 year absence from England. Admitted in to hospital in Italy on 8th January 1919. Son of Mr and Mrs H Harrington of 6, Church Walk, Hendon. Buried in Taranto Town Cemetery Extension, Italy.
HARWOOD Hy
Trooper Harry James Harwood (service number: 4312), served with D Sqdn. Household Cavalry 1st Life Guards. Enlisted Cricklewood and Died of wounds on 21st May 1918 aged 18. Son of Harry and Catherine Charlotte Harwood of Church Farm Cottage, Hendon. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery.
HARVEY W
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HAWKINS Albt
Private Albert Hawkins (service number: 3524), served with 9th East Surrey Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 16th August 1916. Beloved son of Frederick and Susannah Hawkins of 34 Alexandra Road, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
HAWKINS Ernest
Rifleman Ernest Charles Henry Hawkins (service number: 592829), served with 18th Irish Rifles. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 15th September 1916. Beloved son of Frederick and Susannah Hawkins of 34 Alexandra Road, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
HEDGE Jack
Lance Corporal John Thomas Hedge (service number: G/5587) served with 12th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 26th September 1916 aged 27. Son of Mr and Mrs Hedge, 10 Foster Place, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
HEDGE Fredk C
Private Frederick Charles Hedge (service number: 24126), served with 8th Queen’s Royal West Surrey. Enlisted in Hendon With Royal Fusiliers and Died of wounds on 23rd March 1918 in Enemy Hospital aged 25. Son of Arthur David and Ellen Georgina Hedge, of 19 Wilberforce Road, The Hyde Hendon. Buried in Premont British Cemetery
HILLS Wm
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HORSFORD Hy C
Captain Harry Curwin Horsford served with 5th Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds on 8th April 1917 aged 29. Husband of Maude Matilda Horsford, of 6 Bertram Rd, Hendon. Son of Mr and Mrs Frank Horsford, of Luton. Buried in Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras.
HUDSON B L
Corporal Bertram Lennox Hudson (service number: 488), served with 3rd Australia Force -Australia Infantry. Died on 19th May 1915. Son of Mrs J J Hudson of 59 John’s Park, Blackheath. Buried in 4th Battalion Parade Ground Cemetery.
HUGHES Thos C
Corporal Thomas Charles Hughes (service number: L/37098), served with 9th TM Bty. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 21st March 1918 aged 34. Husband of Holly Rebecca Hughes of 46 Victoria Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Pozieres Memorial
IFOULD W G
Private William George Ifould (service number: SR/1027) served with 9th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Tottenham and Died of wounds on 9th July 1916 aged 45. Husband of Alice Ifould of 2 Cheshire Cottages, Foster Street, Hendon. Son of William and Lydia Ifould. Buried in Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L’abbe.
JACKSON Arthur
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JACKSON Ernest
Driver Ernest Jackson (service number: 22574), served with Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Hendon and died of Pneumonia on 8th January 1915 aged 21. Born in Norwood Surrey to Mrs Francis Elizabeth James of 15a Albert Road, Hendon. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
JAMES Bernard W A
Second Lieutenant Bernard William Austin James, served with 18th London Irish Rifles. Killed in action on 14th October 1917 aged 30. Son of Mr and Mrs James of Audley Road, Hendon. Buried in Bailleul Road East Cemetery, St. Laurent-Blangy.
JAMES Godfrey T
Lance Corporal Godfrey Thomas James (service number: T.F 265544), served with 9th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon and Killed in action on 25th March 1918 aged 23. Son of Bernard William and Clara Beatrice James (nee Baxter) of Hendon. Buried in Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery.
JEFFREYS Jack
Lance Corporal Jeffrey Naish Jeffreys (service number: 22041) served with 17th Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Enlisted in Holborn and was Killed in action on 8th October 1918 aged 22. Beloved son of Jeffrey and Mary Katherine Jeffreys of Hendon. Buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gouy.
JENKINS R H
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JERVOIS Eugene
Lance Corporal Eugene Jervois (service number: 4210), served with 1st Irish Guards. Enlisted in Whitehall and Died of wounds on 6h November 1914. Born in Leap, Co. Cork and lived in Hendon. Buried in Poperinghe old Military Cemetery
JOHNSON Herbert
Private Herbert Johnson (service number: L/13072), served with 4th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 23rd August 1914. Born in Hendon. Buried in St. Symphorien Military Cemetery.
JOHNSTON Jas G A
Private James George Alexander (service number: 2199), served with 14th London Scottish Regiment. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 13th November 1914 aged 20. Son of John William and Grace Rutherford Johnston of Kilronan, South Nutfield, Surrey. Lived in Hendon and born in London. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
JONES J S
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KEAN Geo W
Private George William Kean (service number: G/10014), served with 1st Middlesex regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 15th July 1916. Nephew of Frank and Beatrice Wray of 10 Belle Vue Road, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
KEEP Victor
Rifleman Victor Keep (service number: 43923), served with 18th King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 3rd October 1918 aged 31. Husband of Mabel Alice Keep of, Leeryn, 9 Sydney Grove, Hendon. Son of Mr and Mrs B. H. Keep, of Blackheath, London. Buried in Hooge Crater Cemetery.
KILLICK S Val M
Corporal Sardins Valwyn Morton Killick (service number: SP/2908), served with 24th Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 30th April 1916. Born in Highgate to Joseph Morton and Ruth Killick of Berjacval, Station Road, Hendon. Buried in Tranchee De Mecknes Cemetery, Aix-Noulette.
KING Laurence H
Corporal Laurence Harold King (service number: 695), served with Royal Dragoon Guards. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 5th June 1915 aged 26. Son of Mr Henry Alfred and Mrs Ellen King of 67 Sunny Gardens Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
KIRBY Hy
Lance Corporal Harry Kirby (service number: 63977), served with 1st West Yorkshire Regiment. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 24th September 1918 aged 28. Formerly Army Cyclist Corps. Son of James Edward and Alice Caroline Kirby of 65, Church Road, Hendon. Buried in Trefcon British Cemetery, Caulaincourt.
KIRBY John
Private John Kirby (service number: 15095), served with 6th Bedfordshire Regiment. Enlisted in Marylebone and was Killed in action on 6th April 1918 aged 22. Son of James Edward and Alice Caroline Kirby of 65, Church Road, Hendon. Buried in Gommecourt British Cemetery No. 2, Hebuterne.
KITCHENSIDE E T
Acting Corporal Edward Kitchenside (service number: 68634), served with 402nd Bty. 5th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Finchley and was Killed in action on 24th March 1918. Lived in Hendon. Commemorated on Loos Memorial.
KYLE A Nelson
Private Arthur Nelson Kyle (service number: 46226), served with B Sqdn. Surrey Yeomanry. Enlisted in London and Died on 26th March 1917 aged 36. Lived in Hendon. Son of John and Maria Susannah Kyle of 45 London Road, Biggleswade, Beds. Buried in Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre.
LAMBERT A T
Lance Corporal Alfred Tom Lambert (service number: G/2030), served with D Coy. 13th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Golders Green and was Missing Presumed Dead on 31 July 1917 aged 29. Son of Thomas and Alice Lambert of 29 Fuller Street, Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
LAWRENCE E A
Rifleman Ernest Arthur Lawrence (service number: 392320), served with 2nd/9th Queen Victoria Rifles. Killed in action on 26th May 1917 aged 20. Son of Charles Arthur and Grace Lawrence of 101, Wellington Road, Bush Hill Park, Enfield. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
LAY Geo H
Private George Henry Lay (known as Harry Clarke) (service number: SE23919), served with 19th Veterinary Hospital Royal Army Veterinary Corps. Died of Pneumonia on 16th January 1919 aged 39. Husband of Ellen Maud Lay of 16 Stratford Road, Hendon. Son of George and Mary Lay of Golders Green. Buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte.
LEACH Ernest J
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LEWIS Arthur
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LINDSEL S L
Gunner Stafford Lawrence Lindsel (service number: 163587), served with B Bty. 116th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Mill Hill and Died of wounds on 17th November 1917 aged 20. Eldest son of Stafford and Harriet Lindsel of 18, Stratford Road, Hendon. Buried in Karasouli Military Cemetery.
LOMAS Geo W
Private George William Lomas (service number: 35560), served with 8th East Surrey Regiment. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 12th October 1917 aged 25. Husband of Annie Lomas of 44, Wansbeck Road, Victoria Park London. Son of Mr J. T. Lomas, of Selby, Yorkshire. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial
LORD Ernest
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LORMER J Douglas
Private John Douglas Lorimer (service number: 2524), served with 23rd London Regiment. Enlisted in Clapham Junction and Died of wounds on 21st June 1915. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
MCGRATH Jos
Rifleman Joseph Martin McGrath (service number: 2692), served with 5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 1st July 1916 aged 24. Son of Joseph Michael and Maria Norman McGrath of Alwyn House, Finchley Lane, Hendon. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial.
MCMILLAN A E
Albert Edward McMillan (service number: M25369) served with the Royal Navy. Died on 11th July 1919 aged 20 Beloved son of Mr and Mrs Edward McMillan of 56 Victoria Road Hendon. Buried in Hendon Park Cemetery (Now Hendon Cemetery)
MAJOR L M
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MAJOR W
Rifleman Walter Frederick Major (service number: R/31375), served with 17th King’s Royal Rifles. Enlisted in Hackney Baths and was Killed in action on 4th August 1917. Son of Mr E. Major of 12, Deerfield, Hendon. Buried in New Irish Farm Cemetery.
MANTELL Bernard G
Lance Sergeant Bernard George Mantell (service number: G/1097), served with 7th Buffs. Enlisted in St. Pancras and Died of wounds on 12th October 1917 aged 23. Son of William and Emma Mantell of 23 Dallas Road, Hendon. Buried in Dozinghem Military Cemetery.
MANTELL Jas H
Private James Henry Mantell (service number: L/13611) served with D. Coy. 2nd Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 14th March 1915 aged 24. Son of William and Emma Mantell of 23 Dallas Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Le Touret Memorial.
MATTHEWS J
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MATTHEWS H P W
Sergeant Harold Percy William Matthews (service number: P/303) served with 19th Machine Gun Section of Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in St. Paul’s Churchyard and was Killed in action on 3rd September 1916 aged 22. Son of Robert and Annie Maria Matthews of 6 Algernon Road, Hendon. Buried Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart.
MEARING H
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MIDSON E M
Private Edward Midson (service number: G/51035), served with 11th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 14th August 1917 aged 40. Husband of Mrs Midson of 43 Brent Street, Hendon. Commemorated on Monchy British Cemetery, Monchy-le-Preux.
MOORE, MC E N
Chaplin 4th Class Rev. Edgar Noel Moore served with 20th Army Chaplain's Department: The King's (Liverpool Regiment). Died on 5th January 1918 aged 29. Son of Arthur Louis and Augusta Cecilia Moore of St. John's Wood. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.) Buried in Railway Dugouts Burial Ground.
MOORE Wm C
Private William Charles Moore (service number: G/10861), served with 4th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in May 1915 and was Killed on 29th July 1917 aged 33. Previously wounded in February 1916. Husband of Lucy Moore 8 Victoria Road, Hendon. Son of Stephen and Susan Moore. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
MOORE Richd E
Private Richard Ernest Moore (service number: 24853), served with 1st Garrison Bedfordshire Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and Died on 20th February 1918 aged 26. Born in St. Albans to James Richard and Mary Moore of 14, Babbington Road, Hendon. Buried in Delhi War Cemetery.
MOORE Leonard E
Second Lieutenant Leonard Edwin Moore served with the 4th Middlesex Regiment. Killed in action on 6th April 1918. Commemorated on Pozieres Memorial
MORGAN John H
Second Lieutenant John Hywel Morgan served with 1st/4th Devon Yeomanry. Died of wounds on 22nd November 1917 aged 33. Son of Rev. David Richard and Agnes Morgan of 33, Sunny Gardens, Hendon. Native of Chalford, Gos. Buried in Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel.
MORGAN Richd G
Second Lieutenant Richard Godfrey Morgan served with 12th East Yorkshire Regiment. Died on 13th November 1916 aged 26. Son of Rev. David Richard and Agnes Morgan of 33, Sunny Gardens, Hendon. Native of Chalford, Gos. Buried in Euston Road Cemetery, Colincamps.
MORRIS Gerald W
Sergeant Gerald Walter Morris (service number: 10/3653) served with 2nd New Zealand Infantry (Wellington). Killed in action on 23rd June 1917. Commemorated on Messines Ridge (NZ) Memorial.
MORRIS P Dudley
Lance Corporal Phillip Dudley Morris (service number: 180), served with 5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in London and Died of wounds on 2nd July 1916 aged 22. Son of G J Morris of St. Dunstan’s, Hendon. Buried in Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty.
MOSELEY Wm
Private William Moseley (service number: 1917), served with 8th Worcestershire Regiment. Enlisted Malvern, Worcs. and was Killed in action 9th December 1915 on aged 21. Born and Lived in Hendon. Son of Alexander W. and Alice Moseley of Cedar Lawn, Irvington-on-Hudson, New York USA. Buried in Hebuterne Military Cemetery.
MOSS Walter
Acting Corporal Walter Moss (service number: 1834) served with 16th Middlesex Regiment. Died of wounds on 16th December 1916. Lived in Hendon. Buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.
MUNNS W J
Private William James Munns (service number: G/2029), served with 13th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted Golders Green and Died of wounds on 17th March 1916 aged 26. Son of Mrs A M Munns of 9, Bell Vue Terrance, Hendon. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
NEEDELL Brian
Sergeant Brian Needell (service number: 300045), served with A Coy 1st/5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 2nd May 1917 aged 28. Husband of Eleanor Francis Needell of The Hey, 1025 Broom Road, Teddington, Middx. Son of Mr T. J. and Mrs Florence Needell of 128, Sunnyingfield Road, Hendon. Served 8 years with London Rifle Brigade. Buried in Hibers Trench Cemetery, Wancourt, France.
NICHOLLS Fredk
Private Frederick Nicholls (service number: CH/19538), served with Chatham Battalion Royal Naval Division Royal Marine Light Infantry. Died on 20th September 1915 aged 19. Born in Aylesbury, Bucks Son of Mrs A. Nicholls of 22 Pollard Road, West Hendon. Nephew of Clara Prince of 34 Victoria Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Chatham Naval Memorial.
OSBORNE Fredk W
Second Lieutenant Frederick William Osborne served with 5th King’s Royal Rifle Corps attached to the 13th. Was Killed in action on 23rd April 1917 aged 30. Commemorated on a Special Memorial in Chili Trench Cemetery, Gavrelle.
OSBORNE Walter
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PAGE F Wilmot
Rifleman Frank Wilmot Page (service number: 1738) served with 12th Royal Horse Artillery. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 8th May 1915 aged 18. Son of John Wilmott Edwin Page and Elizabeth Ann Page of 94 Finchley Lane, Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
PARISH Eric
Rifleman Eric Parish (service number: 392599), served with 9th Queen Victoria’s Rifles. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 27th September 1917 aged 32. Son of Mr R. C and Mrs A E Parish of “Glenmore” 20 Graham Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
PARRY Wilfred S B
Second Lieutenant Wilfred Seaton Bagott Parry served with D Bty. 53rd Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action on 24th November 1915 aged 25. Son of William Henry and Fanny Parry of 83, Sunny Gardens, Hendon. Buried in Bedford House Cemetery, Belgium.
PEACOCK B
Able Seaman Bert Peacock (service number, Z/4695) served with Drake Battalion, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Killed in action on 23rd April 1917 aged 21. Husband of Maud Shervill (formerly Peacock) of 21, Bell Vue Road, Hendon. Son of George and Emily Peacock of 83 Broomsleigh Street, Hampstead. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
PEARMAN Dyson
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PECK W H
Rifleman William Henry Peck (service number: 43428), served with 12th Royal Irish Rifles. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 21st March 1918 aged 35. Husband of Olive Louisa Peck of 96 St. George’s Road, Westminster. Commemorated on Pozieres Memorial
PHILLIPS Wm
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PING Alan Roy
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POCKETT V A
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POVEY Wm H
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POTTER Frank
Sergeant Frank Potter (service number: 40588), served with 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 9th October 1917 aged 27. Formerly King Edward’s Horses. Son of Mrs E Chad of 7, Heading Street, Hendon. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial
PRATCHETT F W
Private Frederick William Pratchett (service number: 2866), served with 40th Australian Light Infantry. Killed in action on 28th March 1918 aged 30. Husband of Alice Pratchett. Son of John William and Elizabeth Prachett. Buried in Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L’abbe.
PRATCHETT, MM S J
Sergeant Sidney James Pratchett (service number: T3/025119) served with 194th Coy. Army Service Corps. Enlisted Hendon and Died of wounds on 16th June 1917 aged 25. Son of John William Pratchett of 22, Heading Street, Hendon. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Awarded the Military Medal (M.M.)
PRIME Harold W
Private Harold William (service number: 986), served with 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). Died on 22nd August 1915 aged 24. Son of William Edward and Beatrice Prime of 40, Park Street, Regents Park. Buried Hill 10 Cemetery, Turkey.
QUINT Henry J
Second Lieutenant Henry John Quint, served with 3rd Gloucestershire Regiment attached to Leicestershire. Died 24 September 1918 aged 25. Son of Ernest H B and Francis Elizabeth Quint of Maybury, 54 Audley Road, Hendon. Buried in Cerisy-Gailly Military Cemetery.
ROBJANT Geo S
Private George Robjant (service number: 202118), served with 2nd Seaforth Highlanders. Enlisted Cricklewood and was Killed in action on 28th March 1918. Formerly Royal Fusiliers. Buried in Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux.
ROBERTSON R N
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ROLFE Francis
Rifleman Frank Rolfe (service number: S/8127), served with 9th Royal Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 15th September 1916 aged 22. Born in Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
ROPER Richd S
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RICHARDSON A E J
Private Albert Edwin James Richardson (service number: CH/5514), served with Royal Marine Light Infantry on HMS Clan McNaughton. Died on 3rd February 1915. Commemorated on Chatham Naval Memorial.
RIGHTON Richd M
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RUNGE Carl G
Private Carl George Runge (service number: 254795), served with 3rd Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Whitehall and Died of wounds on 28th August 1918 aged 19. Buried in Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
SATCHWELL Frank
Captain Frank Henry Sandom Satchwell, served with Honourable Artillery Company. Killed in action on 3rd May 1917. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
SAUNDERS Fred
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SCOTT W F
Lieutenant William Francis Scott served with 8th Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in action on 1st July 1916 aged 31. In November 1914 he enlisted with 9th Queen Victoria Rifles as a Private. Was employed at Hendon County School as a Mathematics Master. Husband of Gertrude Violet Scott of 40 Voleaire Road, Clapham. Son of Francis Henry Scott. Buried in Gordon Dump Cemetery, Ovillers-la-Boisselle.
SHERWOOD A E
Lance Corporal Albert Edward Sherwood (service number: C/7583), served with 18th King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Enlisted in Kingsway and was Killed in action 17th February 1917 aged 21. Born in Merton, Surrey to Stephen and Charlotte Elizabeth Sherwood of 3, Foster Place, Hendon. Buried in Klein Vierstraat British Cemetery.
SILKSTONE A E
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SKINNER Wm T
Private William Thomas Skinner (service number: G/3068), served with 2nd Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action between 11th and 13th April 1918 aged 27. Son of William Henry and Eliza Skinner of 3 Parson Street, Hendon. Buried in Outtersteene Communal Cemetery Extension, Bailleul.
SMITH Cecil W
Private Cecil Winterton Smith (service number: 3707), served with 1st/9th Queen Victoria’s Rifles. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 1st July 1916 aged 20. Son of Horace Alfred and Isabel Smith of 20, Bell Lane, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
SMITH Frank A
Private Frank Albert Smith (service number: G/29431), served with 2nd Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 24th November 1917. Born in St. John’s Wood. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial
SMITH Ivo
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SNEATH Claude D
Lieutenant Claude Davis Sneath served with 4th Middlesex Regiment. Killed in action on 14th October 1914 aged 25. Son of George and Marian E H Sneath of Gloucester Lodge, Golders Green Road, Hendon. Buried in Vieille-Chapelle New Military Cemetery, Lacouture.
SNEATH Wilfred H
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SNELL Edwin
Private Edwin Alfred William Snell (DS/336), served with 16th Middlesex. Died on 8th April 1915. Born in Axminister Devon. Son of Henry and Annie Snell of 32 West Avenue, Hendon. Commemorated on a Special Memorial in Hendon (St. Mary) Churchyard.
SOAR Owen L
Rifleman Owen Lawrence Soar (service number: 1934), served with 5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in London and Died of wounds on 16th July 1916 aged 21. Son of Councillor Arthur Burgess Soar and Clara Soar, of Holly Lodge, 49 Station Road, Hendon. Buried in Bristol (Canford) Cemetery.
SPENDLOVE W A
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STEVENS David J
Acting Bombardier David John Stevens (service number: 58940), served with 83rd Bty. 11th Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 8th October 1916. Buried in Becourt Military Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt
TAYLOR Hy W
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TEGG Robt
Pioneer Robert Tegg (service number: 24748), served with 56th Field Coy. Royal Engineers. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 25th August 1914. Buried in Mons (Bergen) Communal Cemetery.
THICTHENER G H A
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THIRLWELL A R
Able Seaman Arthur Robert Thirlwell (service number: 235171), served with the Royal Navy on HMS Vulcan. Died on 11th March 1916 aged 29. Husband of Annie Tucker. Son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Robert Thirlwell of 46, Victoria Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Chatham Naval Memorial.
THIRLWELL W L
Rifleman William Leonard Thirlwell (service number: 7661), served with 9th Queen Victoria’s Rifles. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 9th September 1916 aged 19. Son of Mr and Mrs Thirlwell 46, Victoria Road, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
THOMPSON J W
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THOMPSON Jos
Private Joseph Thompson (service number: 38607), served with 16th Lancashire Fusiliers. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 24th July 1917 aged 19. Son of Isaac and Emma Thompson of 15, Fuller Street, Hendon. Buried in Coxyde Military Cemetery.
THORNETT A V
Rifleman Albert Valentine Thornett (service number: 4116), served with 1st /9th Queen Victoria Rifles. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 1st July 1916 aged 29. Son of Albert James and Lizzie Thornett of 11, Dartmouth Road, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
TOLMIE J
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TOOLEY Hy
Gunner Henry Tooley (service number: 23987), served with 131st Bty. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Hendon and Died on 15th March 1918. Born in Finchley. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
TOUT Fredk C
Private Frederick Charles (service number: 10744), served with 2nd Honourable Artillery Company. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 9th October 1917 aged 34. Husband of Florrie Tout of 73, Alexandra Road, Hendon. Father two children aged 5 and 7. Son of William and Mary Tout of 49, Finchley Lane. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial
TRIM Leonard J
Rifleman Leonard John Trim (service number: 303303), served with 5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted London and was Killed in action on 17th May 1917 aged 19. Son of Alfred an Eliza Trim of 4 Lodge Road, Hendon. Buried in H.A.C Cemetery, Ecoust-st. Mein.
TRIM Sidney G
Rifleman Sidney George Trim (service number: 301739), served with 2nd/5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted London and was Killed in action on 26th May 1917 aged 21. Son of Alfred an Eliza Trim of 4 Lodge Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
TURNER Alf J
Private Alfred Joseph Turner (service number: 28573), served with 182nd Coy. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 8th April 1918. Buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery
UNWIN Ernest F
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WARD Fredk
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WARD Sidney A
Private Sidney Albert Ward (service number: 21854), served with 12th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 15th July 1916 aged 28. Son of Henry and Lucy Ward of Milwards House, Sevington Road, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
WARREN Thos
Stoker 2nd Class Thomas Warren (service number: DEV/K/38672), served with Royal Navy on HMS Ariadene. Died when ship was torpedoed on 26th July 1917 aged 28. Husband of H. Nunn (formerly Warren) of 43 Cloister Road, Childs Hill, Hendon. Son of George and Marion Warren. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
WATSON Frank
Private Frank Watson (service number: 242719), served with 5th/6th Cameronians Scottish Rifles. Enlisted in Cricklewood with Middlesex Regiment and was Killed in action on 8th May 1918 aged 18. Son of Frank and Nellie Selina Watson of 4, Prince of Wales Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial
WEYDA Hy T
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WHEAL Wm P
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WHITE Arthur
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WHITAKER, MC, MiD Owen
Second Lieutenant Owen Whitaker served with 6th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Killed in action on 29th August 1915 aged 20. Awarded Military Cross on 14th August 1915 and Mentioned in Despatches. Son of James Smith Whitaker MRCS and Ellen Louisa Whitaker of 128 Station Road, Hendon. Born in Great Yarmouth. Buried in Talana Farm Cemetery.
WHITAKER, FMC Victor J
Lieutenant Victor John Whitaker served with 2nd Sqsn. Royal Flying Corps. Attached to 3rd Lincolnshire Regiment. Died on 6th April 1917 aged 19. Was a pilot in the Observation Squadron. Son of Dr. and Mrs Smith Whitaker of 128 Station Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Arras Flying Services Memorial. Awarded the French Military Cross (FMC)
WILLIAMS Theo E
Second Lieutenant Theodore Edward Williams served with 1st Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in action on 1st July 1915 aged 25. Son of Rev Edward Williams (Late Vicar of East Huntspill, Somerset) and Emma Beresford Williams, of Guildford House, 56, Church Road, Hendon. Buried in Talana Farm Cemetery.
WINTER A E
Sergeant Albert Edward Winter (service number: G/447), served with 6th The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 7th October 1916. Born in Newington, Surrey. Son of Ex PC and Mrs Winter of 8 Burroughs Gardens, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
WISEMAN L A
Corporal Leonard Alfred Wiseman (service number: 19450), served with 2nd Black Watch. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 21st April 1917 aged 24. Born in Portsmouth, Hampshire. Commemorated on Basra Memorial.
WITTY Walter G
Private Walter Gilbert Witty (service number: 21717), served with 4th/5th Black Watch. Enlisted in Southwark, Surrey and was Killed in action on 15th November 1917. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial
WOOLAWAY Richd
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WOOLF Reg
Private Reginald James William Woolf (service number: 293515), served with 10th Middlesex. Enlisted in Willesden and was Killed in action on 19th April 1917 aged 19. Son of William Woolf of 60a Victoria Road, Hendon. Buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Israel.
WOOLLEY J
Corporal Jack Woolley (service number: 55310) served with 19th Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment). Killed in action on 12th September 1916 aged 29. Only son of Mr John and Mrs Maria Woolley, 26 Westville Road, Thames Ditton. Native of Hendon. Buried in Sunken Road Cemetery, Contalmaison.
WRAY Richd
Company Quartermaster Sergeant Richard Wray (service number: L/12738), served with 2nd Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and Died of wounds on 11th August 1917 aged 29. Husband of Rosina Wray of 8 Ker Street, Devonport. Son of Mr Henry Wray of Belle Vue Road, Hendon. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
YOUNG Wm F
Rifleman William Young (service number: 471673), served with 1st/12th London Rangers (machine gun section). Enlisted in London on 27th November 1915 and was Killed in action on 1st July 1916 aged 25. Son of William and Lizzie Young of 12 Alexandra Road, Hendon. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial.
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ABBOTT Chas T
Private Charles Thomas Abbott Service Number: G/41022, served with 1st Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 8th December 1917. He is buried in Passchendaele New British Cemetery. Beloved husband of A E Abbott, of 47 Wilberforce Road West Hendon. Son of Charles Abbott of High Wycombe, Bucks
ADAMS L V
Private Leonard Victor Adams (service number: 20591), served with 8th East Surrey Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 30th September 1916. Buried in Mill Road Cemetery, Thiepval.
ALDRIDGE A
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ALLEN Wm
Air Mechanic 1st Class William Allen (service number: F/1053), served with Royal Navy Air Service on HMS President III. Killed by Hostile Aircraft on 22nd July 1917 aged 25. Beloved son of Josiah and Flora Allen of 214 Broadway, West Hendon. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
APPS C Hy
Private Clarence Henry Apps (service number: 25994), served with 8th East Surrey Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill was Killed in action on 12th October 1917. Son of Henry Apps of Thornham, Kings Lynn. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
BARTON Frank
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BARTON John H
Private John Henry Barton Service Number: 2728, London Regiment “A” Coy. 1st/19th Bn. Died on 31st October 1915 age 18. Beloved son of Walter John and Julia Wreaford Barton, of 12 York Road Hendon. Buried in Bethune Town Cemetery
BEAVINGTON S J
Rifleman Sidney James Beavington (service number: 5514), served with 8th Post Office Rifles. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 10th September 1916 aged 28. Born in Camberwell to Benjamin and Caroline Selina Beavington Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial.
BELL Hy W
Private Henry William Bell (service number: G/4187), served with 9th Royal Sussex Regiment. Enlisted in Kilburn and was Killed in action on 28th September 1915. Commemorated on Loos Memorial.
BILLINGTON T
Private Thomas Billington (service number: 81004),served with 2nd Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Hendon died on 27th November 1917 aged 38. Born in Cranfield to James and Ann Billington of Cranfield Beds. Husband of Edith Lilian Billington of The White House, Alderholt, Salisbury. Buried in Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt.
BOWDITCH, MM Arthur F
Private Arthur Frederick Bowditch Service Number: 39953 served with 1st Duke of Edinburgh’s Wiltshire Regiment. Enlisted in Cricklewood and was formerly with the Middlesex Regiment. He was Killed in action on 15th September 1918 and was 31. Arthur was awarded the Military Medal (MM). Beloved husband of Florence Bowditch of 17 Annesley Avenue Hendon. Commemorated on Vis-En-Artois Memorial
BROTHERHOOD R H
Sapper Richard Harry Brotherhood (service number: Deal/845(S)), served with Royal Marines Engineers, Royal Navy Division. Died 23nd February 1919 aged 38. Beloved husband of Ellen H Brotherhood of 53 Annesley Avenue Colindale Hendon. Son of Richard and Catherine Brotherhood of 65 Sydney Street, Chelsea. Buried in Hampstead Cemetery
BUNCE W C
Corporal William Charles Bunce (service number: 18794), 7th Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent). Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 18th November 1916 aged 29. Husband of Elizabeth May Bunce. Son of James Henry and Mary E. Bunce of West Hendon. Born in Clapham. Buried in Stump Road Cemetery, Grandcourt.
BUTCHER Geo H
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BUTLER L T G
Private Louis Thomas George Butler (service number: G2780), served with 12th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted Hendon and was Killed in action on 12th March 1916 aged 18. Beloved son of Louis Cecil Buder and Elizabeth Harriet Butler of 42a Telford Road, West Hendon. Buried in Carnoy Military Cemetery.
CALLEN W B Owen
Rifleman William Bradbury Owen, (Service Number: 304636), served with 5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died of wounds on 16th June 1917 aged 35. Born in Brixton to Henry W and Rosa Callen. Beloved husband of Winifred Violet Callen of 30 Salmon Parade, Bridgewater Somerset. Lived in Hendon. Buried Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, France.
CAINES Wm A
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CANDLER Fredk
Private Frederick Candler (service number: 5858), served with 1st /20th London Regiment. Enlisted in Cricklewood and was Killed in action on 1st October 1916. Born in Hendon Formerly with East Surrey Regiment. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial.
CLARKE Jos
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CLARKE Geo
Guardsman George Clarke (service number: 20885), served with 4th Grenadier Guards. Enlisted in Marylebone and Died of wounds on 18th October 1915 aged 17. Son of Charles James and Sarah Clarke of 1 Chosen Villas, Colindale Aveune, Hendon. Native of Hornsey, London. Buried in Vermelles British Cemetery.
COLES F W
Private Frederick William Coles (service number: 3506) served with 2nd Royal Fusiliers. Died on 2nd Novermber 1918 aged 30. Beloved husband of Martha Francis Walch (formerly Coles) of 25, Telford Road, Hendon. Son of George and M. Jane Coles. Commemorated on Screen Wall at Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
CONNOLLEY John
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CORNISH E
Private Ernest Cornish, Service Number G50104, served with 11th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 12th May 1917. He was formerly with Royal Fusiliers. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
COX Hy J
Private Harry James Cox (service number: 21137), served with 1st Coldstream Guards. Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died on 31st October 1918. Buried in Cross Roads Cemetery, Fontaine-Au-Bois.
CULVERHOUSE C
Private Charles Culverhouse (service number: T.F. 293540), served with 10th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted Willesden and was Killed in action on 12th March 1918. Born in Kingsbury. Commemorated on Jerusalem Memorial.
DAY A J
Private Alfred John Day (service number: L/12290), served with 3rd Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 10th February 1915 aged 24. Son of James and Rebecca Harriet Day of 46a Telford Road, West Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
DAY W S J
Sergeant William Samuel James Day, Service Number: G/2730, served with 12th Middlesex Regiment. He enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 3rd May 1917 aged 20. Born in Paddington to James and Rebecca Harriet Day of 46a Telford Road, West Hendon. Commemorated on Arras Memorial
DOCKREE W
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DRAPER Ernest
Private Draper (service number 25019), served with 8th Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 7th October 1916. Born in Derbyshire. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial.
EDWARDS G Gordon
Lance Corporal George Gordon Edwards (service number: 11684), served with 1st King’s Royal Rifles Corps. Enlisted Willesden and Died of wounds on 23rd August 1918 aged 53. Beloved son of William George and Mary Edwards of 242 The Broadway, West Hendon. Buried in Gomiecourt South Cemetery.
EDWARDS W G
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ELLIS, MM Wm
Rifleman William Ellis Service Number: 10675, served with the 2nd King’s Royal Rifles Corps. He enlisted in London and Died of wounds on 21st July 1916 aged 21, was awarded the Military Medal (MM). Beloved son of Mrs and Mr Ellis 20 Ravenstone Road, Hendon. He is buried in Maroc British Cemetery, Grenay.
EVELEIGH L H G
Gunner Lawrence Horatio Goff Eveleigh, (service number: L/14187) C Bty. 162nd Bde Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 13th April 1917 aged 23. Beloved husband of Ethel Eveleigh of 41a Milton Road, West Hendon. Born in Cricklewood to William Henry and Jessie Eveleigh Buried in Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez.
FRAMPTON J H
Lance Corporal John Howard Frampton (service number: 5192) served with 1st Scots Guards. Died on 1st October 1914 aged 39. Husband of Clara Frampton of 1 Harefield Villa, High Road, Edgware. Son of Edmund and Sarah Frampton of Sandown, Isle of Wight. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
FURBY Chas
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GARMENT S
Private William Stanley Garment (service number: 22647), served with 2nd Grenadier Guards. Enlisted in St. Paul’s Churchyard, EC and was Killed in action on 1st August 1917. Husband of Ethel Garment. Son of Joseph and Clara Garment of 82 Midland Brent Terrace, Cricklewood. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
GILES G J
Private George James Giles (service number: 7862), served with 11th Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Battersea and was Killed in action on 19th November 1916. Buried in Pozieres British Cemetery, Ovillers-La Boisselle
GRAY Ernest H
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GRAYSON Hugh
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GREEN Chas E
Private Charles Edward Green, Service Number T.F. 203188, served with 17th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Neasden and was Killed in action on 28th April 1917 aged 35. Beloved husband of Eliza Green of 12 Russell Road. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial.
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HARRIS Stanley
Private Stanley Harris (Service Number: T.F. 265466), served with 1st/9th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Willesden and Died as POW on 31st August 1916 in the Persian Gulf. Beloved son of Mr and Mrs Harris of 7 Milton Road, West Hendon. Buried in Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery.
HARRIS Hubert J
Private Joseph Hubert Harris (service number: TF/240945), served with 1st/8th Middlesex. Killed in action on 16th August 1917 aged 21. Son of Mr G W and Mrs S A Harris of 6 Nicoll Place, Hendon. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
HARRIS Arthur
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HAWES Wesley
Private Wesley Hawes (service number: G9951), served with 5th Middlesex. Enlisted in Mill Hill and Died 17th June 1915. Born in Eye, Suffolk, beloved husband of Edith Ellen Lowe (formerly Hawes) of 52 Milton Road Hendon. Buried in Hendon (St. Mary) Churchyard.
HENDRY F Geo
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HENDRY John W
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HIGGINS Martin
Lance Sergeant Martin Higgins (service number: 29003), served with A coy. 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Enlisted in Hendon with West Surrey Regiment and was Killed in action on 17th October 1918 aged 36. Born in Wrexham, North Wales. Beloved husband of Lily Dockree (formerly Higgins) of 3 Park Road, West Hendon. Highland Cemetery, Lecateau.
HILL A J
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HILL Geo
Private George Hill (service number: 64601) served with 1st/4th Northumberland Fusiliers. Enlisted Wakefield, Yorks. with Yorkshire Regiment. Died of wounds on 8th April 1918 aged 19. Beloved son of John and Ada Hill of 39 Argyll Road, West Hendon. Buried in Haverskerque British Cemetery.
HILLS L G
Private George Lawrence Hills (service number: 203474), served with the 10th Essex Regiment. Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died of wounds on 25th August 1918. Buried in Daours Communal Cemetery Extension.
HOGGATT F E G
Private Frederick Edwin George Hoggatt (service number: 74585), Labour Corps. Enlisted in Hendon was Killed in action on 8th June 1917 aged 24 was formerly Royal West Surrey Regiment. Born Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Buried in Sunken Road Cemetery, Boisleux-St Marc
HOOK Chas
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HOOLE Albt
Private Albert Hoole (service number: 21058), served with 21st Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted Mill Hill and Killed in action on 9th July 1917. Beloved son of Mrs Hoole of Milton Terrance, Milton Road, West Hendon. Buried in Fins New British Cemetery, Sorel-Le-Grand.
HORN Bertie
Private Horn (service number: 295415), served with 2nd/4th Royal Fusiliers. Died on 20th September 1917 aged 23. Son of George and Elizabeth Horn of Rose Lea, Stanley Road, West Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
HORTON John N
Lance Corporal John Norman Horton (service number: 320347), served with 6th Rifle Battalion London Regiment. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 30th November 1917 aged 23. Born in Wellington, Shropshire to John and Mary Horton of 12 Cecil Road, Colindale Avenue, Hendon. Commemorated on Cambrai Memorial, Louverval.
HORTON Percy W
Rifleman Percy William Horton (service number: 302261), served with 5th London Rifle Brigade. Enlisted London and was Killed in action on 31st October 1917. Born in Leek, Staffs. Buried in St. Julien Dressing Station Cemetery, Belgium.
HULL S W
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JARED Wm
Sergeant William Jared (service number: 370938), served with 8th Post Office Rifles. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 7th October 1916 aged 22. Son of George and Esther Jared of 263, Broadway, Hendon. Buried Warlencourt British Cemetery.
JEFFRIES Hy
Gunner Harry Jeffries (service Number: 62237), served with 96th Siege Baty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died of wounds on 20th July 1917 aged 34. Son of Mrs M Jeffries of 11 Deerfield Gardens, Hendon. Buried is Loos British Cemetery.
JENKINS L B
Gunner Lewis Bertram Jenkins (service number: 123666), served with A Bty. 76th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Hitchin, Herts., and was Killed in action on 4th November 1918 aged 29. Born in Shillington, Beds., to John and Sally Jenkins of Shillington, Hitchin. Beloved husband of Olive Lavinia Jenkins of 58 Park Road, Hendon. Buried in Cross Roads Cemetery, Fontaine-Au-Bois.
JONES Cecil V
Rifleman Cecil Jones (service number: 44535), served with 16th Royal Irish Rifles. Enlisted London and Died of wounds on 31st July 1917 aged 27. Husband of Sybil Bedford Jones of 2 High Road, Burnt Oak, Edgware. Son of G R Jones of 271, The Broadway, West Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
JONES Oliver E
Private Oliver Edwin Jones (service number: 201667), served with 4th/5th Black Watch (Royal Highlanders). Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action 29th October 1917 aged 29. Husband of Hannah Amelia Walker (formerly Jones) of 85 Kingsbury Road Hendon. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
JULIAN Richd
Sapper Richard Julian (service number: 471648), served with 212th Field Company Royal Engineers. Enlisted Sheffield and was Killed in action on 18th August 1917 aged 41. Beloved husband of Mrs J Holmes (formerly Julian) of Brent Cottage, Broadway West Hendon. Son of Richard and Emma Julian. Buried in Coxyde Military Cemetery, Belgium
KILPATRICK Jas
Lance Corporal James Kilpatrick (service number: 12535), served with 1st Irish Guards. Enlisted in Cricklewood and was Killed in action on 8th October 1918 aged 32. Husband of Bessie Maria Kilpatrick of 16 Telford Road, West Hendon. Son of Frank Edward and Esther Kilpatrick of Hendon. Buried in Masnieres British Cemetery, Marcoing.
KING A T
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LANGFORD A
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LEE C
Lance Corporal Charles (service number: SPTS/1679), served with 23rd Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Hornchurch and was Killed in action on 27th July 1916. Son of James and Kezia Lee. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial.
LEMON P F J
Acting Bombardier Percy Frederick James Lemon (service number: 49331), served with D bty, 99th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 26th April 1918. Born in Willesden to Frederick James and Minnie Lemon of 8 Ramsey Road, Hendon. Buried in Karasouli Military Cemetery, Greece.
LEVERENTZ T J
Lance Corporal Thomas John Leverentz (service number: L/770), served with 4th Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted London and was Killed in action on 11th November 1914 aged 34. Husband of Rosina Wood (formerly Leverentz of 13 Ravenstone Road, West Hendon. Born in Westminister. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
LING Victor J P
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LOWE Frank E
Private Frank Ernest Lowe (service number: 2904), served with 3rd Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 3rd May 1915 aged 26. Born in Paddington. Son of Edward John and Elizabeth Rose Lowe of 13, Herbert Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
MAIDS G A
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MARKS G A
Private George Alfred Marks, (service number: 20912), served with 7th East Surrey Regiment. Enlisted Mill Hill and Died as a POW on 31st May 1917. Born in Leicester. Buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery.
MAYES A C
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MEEK Sam
Sergeant Samuel Meek. (service number: TF/ 279), served with 9th Middlesex (TF). Enlisted in Hendon and Died on 6th October 1915. Born in Walsingham, Norfolk. Commemorated on Madras 1914 – 1918 War Memorial, Chennai. Buried in Dum Dum New Cemetery.
MITCHELL Wm
Private William Thomas Mitchell, (service number: 3690), served with 3rd Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 8th May 1915. Born in Acton. Buried in Brandhoek Military Cemetery
NASH Bertie E
Private Bertie Edward Nash (service number: 41793), served with 7th Northamptonshire Regiment. Enlisted Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 16th October 1918. Born in Leamington, Warwick to Mr H. Nash of 17 Borthwick Road, West Hendon. Buried in St. Aubert Birtish Cemetery Nord, France
NEIGHBOUR H T
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NOTLEY W T
Private Walter Thomas Notley (service number: G/20987), served with 3rd Buffs (East Kent Regiment). Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died of Pneumonia on 9th February 1917 aged 22. Beloved husband of Dorothy Bashnell (formerly Notlley) of 14 St. David’s Place. Born in Willesden to John Notley. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
OSMAN C
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PASCOE Wm H
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PERKINS Hy G
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PHILLIPS S H
Private Sampson Harry Phillips (service number: G/4962), served with 1st Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 26th June 1918. Buried in Esquelbecq Military Cemetery.
PHILLIPS Sidney
Private Sidney Phillips, (service number: T.F.2135), served with 3rd/9th T.F Battalion Middlesex Regiment and was attached to the 2/10th Bn. Enlisted in Willesden and Died on 25th May 1916 aged 21. Beloved son of James and Sarah Phillips of 35a Milton Road, West Hendon. Buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.
PHRIPPS Ernest S
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PICKETT Albt
Driver Albert Pickett (service number: 22638), served with C Bty. 56th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Hendon and Died on 24th June 1916. Born in Horsham. Buried in Basra War Cemetery
PICKWICK Alf
Private Alfred Pickwick (service number: G/25214), served with 1st The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey). Enlisted in Cricklewood and was Killed in action on 13th April 1918 aged 19. Son of Mr and Mrs Pickwick of 3 Cecil Road, Colindale, Hendon. Commemorated on Ploegsteert Memorial.
PIDGEON A
Private Alfred Pidegon (service number: L/10434), served with 1st Middlesex. Enlisted in Mill Hill and Died of wounds on 26th October 1914. Born in Dorchester, Devon. Buried in Ration Farm Military Cemetery, La Chapelle-Darmentieres.
PIDGEON W H
Private William Henry Pidgeon (service number: G/41140), served with 20th Middlesex. Enlisted in Hendon and was Killed in action on 12th April 1918. Commemorated on Polegsteert Memorial.
PONTON Thos
Private Thomas Ponton (service number: 41356), served with 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon with Essex Regiment was Killed in action on 27th May 1918 aged 37. Husband of Mrs N M Cordell (formerly Ponton) of Cemetery Lodge, Northwood, Middlesex. Son of Mrs Ponton of 12 King Street, Dundee. Commemorated on Soissons Memorial.
POOLEY R S
Private Ronald Sidney (service number: 41620), served with 11th Manchester Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon with Royal West Kent Regiment and was Killed in action on 8th June 1918 aged 22. Son of Mrs Ellen Pooley of 188 Broadway, West Hendon. Born in Kennington, Surrey. Buried in St. Mary’s A.D.S. Cemetery, Haisnes.
PRATT G W H
Rifleman George William Henry Pratt, (Service Number: O/130), served with 13th Rifle Brigade. Enlisted in Cricklewood and was Killed in action on 27th February 1918 aged 19. Beloved son of George and Eliza Pratt of 10a Stanley Road, West Hendon. Buried in Birr Crossroads Cemetery.
PULESTON J E
Private John Edward Puleston (service number: T.F. 2616), served with 9th Attached to 10th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Willesden and Died of wounds on 4th October 1915 aged 19. Son of John E and Elizabeth Puleston of 324 The Broadway, West Hendon. Buried in Pieta Military Cemetery.
RANSOM Edwd
Private Edward Ransom (service number: 11052), served with 13th Essex Regiment. Enlisted Cricklewood and was Killed in action on 19th February 1917 aged 19. Son of William and Hannah Ransom of 53 Ravenstone Road, West Hendon. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial.
RICH G C
Private George Charles Rich (service number: G/3691), served with 2nd Royal Fusiliers. Enlisted in Mill Hill and Killed in action 25th April 1915 aged 30. Beloved husband of Sarah Eleanor Short (formerly Rich) of 13 Pollard Road, West Hendon. Son of John and Rose Rich. Commemorated on Helles Memorial.
RICHARDSON F
Gunner Frederick George Richardson (service number: 62176), served with 25th Heavy Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted in Cricklewood and Died of wounds on 26th August 1917 aged 30. Son of James and Matilda Richardson of West Hendon. Buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery, France.
RIDOUT C G
Second Lieutenant Clarence Grosvenor Ridout. Served with 1st King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. He dead on 22nd December 1915 His death was due to being Gassed aged 30. Husband of Elfreda Marie Ridout of Clovelly, The Hyde, West Hendon. Son of John and Ellen Ridout. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
RISELEY Hy W
Rifleman Henry William Riseley (service number: 374498), served with 1st/8th Post Office Rifles. Enlisted in Piccadilly and was Killed in action on 30th November 1917. Born in Marylebone to Henry John and Maria Riseley of 259 Broadway, West Hendon. Commemorated on Cambrai Memorial, Louverval.
ROBERTS A G
Private Alfred George Roberts (Service Number: 33537), served with 12th East Surreys. Enlisted Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 25th March 1918 aged 34. Beloved husband of Ada Rosina Roberts of 2 Oak Villas, High Road, Burnt Oak. Commemorated on Arras Memorial.
ROBERTS Wm
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ROOME Chris
Private Christopher Roome (service number: 254797), served with 3rd C Coy. Royal Fusilliers. Enlisted in Whitehall and was Killed in action on 31st August 1918 aged 18. Son Christopher and Daisy M. Roome of 16 Honey Hill Road Bedford. Commemorated on Vis-En-Artois Memorial
SELBY Wm H
Rifleman William Herbert Selby (service number: 44996), served with 12th Royal Irish Rifles. Enlisted in London and was Killed in action on 15th April 1918. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
SHARVELL W A
Gunner William Sharvell (service number: 89025), served with C Bty. 66th Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Marylebone and was Killed in action on 8th August 1915 aged 19. Son of Alfred and Edith Sharvell of 30a Ramsey Road, Hendon. Buried in Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery, Gallipoli
SILLS W J
Driver Walter James Sills (service number: 106608), served with 16th Div. Ammunition Col. Royal Field Artillery. Enlisted in Cricklewood and was Killed in action on 20th August 1917. Buried in Valamertinghe New Military Cemetery.
SKIDMORE Wm
Private William Skidmore (service number: 44341), served with 1st South Wales Borders. Enlisted in Woolwich and was Killed in action on 10th November 1917 aged 37. Ruth Skidmore of 40a Oak Grove, Cricklewood. Born in Oldbury, Staffs. Formerly served with Royal Engineers. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
SPENCER S W
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STAINES J M
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STEER Chas
Corporal Charles Steer (service number: CH/16666), served with 4th Royal Marine Light Infantry. Died on 23rd April 1918. Buried in Hendon Cemetery and Crematorium.
STEVENS A G
Corporal Alfred George Stevens (service number: 26160), served with number 2 depot Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted Mill Hill and Died on 22nd July 1916 aged 27 In University Hospital. Served in Egypt and France. Husband of Lucy Lillian Stevens of 304, The Broadway. Son of Mr Joseph and Mrs Mary Stevens of Deerfield, West Hendon. Buried Kensal Green (All Soul’s) Cemetery.
STEVENS Frank
Private Stevens (service number: T.F/293374), served with 2nd/10th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Willesden and was Killed in action on 26th March 1917. Commemorated on Jerusalem Memorial.
STEVENS Herbt J
Private Herbert James(service number: 5644), served with 13th or 18th Middlesex. Enlisted in Willesden and was Killed in action on 1st December 1916. Husband of M Stevens of 24 Milton Road Hendon. Buried in Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe.
STOPHER Robt W
Lance Corporal Robert William Stopher (service number: A/1171), served with 9th King’s Royal Rifles. Enlisted in Marylebone and was Killed in action on 25th September 1915. Born in Hampstead. Buried in Ypres Reservoir Cemetery.
STREDWICK L J
Corporal Laurence James Stredwick (service number: G/4944), served with A Coy 2nd Royal Sussex. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 15th November 1917 aged 21. Son of George and Elizabeth Stredwick of 164, The Broadway, West Hendon. Born in Hastings. A member of the British Expeditionary Force. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
SWEET Jos
Gunner Joseph Sweet (service number: 52848), served with 25th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted Kilburn and Died of wounds on 2nd October 1917 aged 24. Beloved husband of Annie Eita Sweet of 45 Ravenstone, West Hendon. Son of George and Jane Sweet. Buried Godewaersvelde British Cemetery, France.
TAYLOR Albt M
Lance Corporal Albert Taylor (service number: 19340), served with 4th Grenadier Guards. Enlisted in Marylebone and Died of wounds on 27th December 1915. Buried in Merville Communal Cemetery.
TIMMS Percy H
Private Percy Harold Timms (service number: L/16118), served with 2nd Middlesex. Enlisted in Kilburn and was Killed in action on 3rd January 1918 aged 20. Born in Hendon to Arthur and Sarah Ann Timms of 51 Brothwick Road, West Hendon. Buried in Poelcapelle British Cemetery.
TINLEY H H
Private Herbert Henry (service number: G/21510), served with 13th Royal Sussex Regiment. Enlisted Mill Hill and Died of wounds on 22nd March 1918 aged 19. Son of Herbert and Annie Tinley of 58 Ravenstone Road, Hendon. Commemorated on Pozieres Memorial.
TOMKINS W G J
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TOWNSHEND E B
Rifleman Edwin Broadley (service number: 10217), served with 16th King’s Royal Rifles Corps. Enlisted in Mill Hill and Died on 4th November 1918 aged 26. Son of Edwin and Fanny Townshend of 2 Meadow Cottages, Bucks Lane, Kingsbury. Buried in Mont Huon Military Cemetery, Le Treport.
TURNER Wm J
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TYERS W H
Private William Tyers (service number: 11178), served with 11th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted Cricklewood and Died of wounds 14th December 1916. Buried in Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery,Saulty
VALENTINE W A
Private William Alfred Valentine (service number: 14185), served with 7th B coy. Royal West Surrey Regiment. Enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 2nd December 1916 aged 19. Beloved son of Mr and Mrs Alfred and Minnie Valentine of 22 York Road, West Hendon. Buried in Etretat Churchyard.
VIC Thos E
Private Thomas Edward Vic (service number: 52430), served with 26th Royal Fusilliers. Enlisted in Hendon and Died of wounds on 29th September 1918 aged 29. Husband of Florence Beatrice Vic of 10 Ravenstone Road, West Hendon. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
VOLVONA Fredc
Gunner Frederick (service number: 54537) served with 40th Bty. 43rd Bde. Royal Field Artillery. Died on 7th December 1915. Brother Miss T. Valvona 19 Elm Grove, Cricklewood. Buried in Noeux-Les-Mines Communal Cemetery, France.
WALTON Arthur H
Gunner Arthur Henry Walton (service number: 74149), served with 121st Heavy Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery. Was Accidentally Killed on 24th November 1918 aged 24. Beloved husband of Ellen Walton of 54 Ravenstone Road, West Hendon. Son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Walton, Hendon. Buried in Cement House Cemetery, Belgium.
WELLS A
Private Alfred Wells, (service number: 22854), served with 1st Garrison Essex Regiment. Enlisted Hendon With the Middlesex Regiment and Died on 13th October 1916 aged 50. Beloved husband of Elizabeth Wells of 24 Beaumont Road, Luton. Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.
WHEATLEY F C
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WHEELER Job
Private Joeby Wheeler (service number: 205646), served with 2nd Garrison Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. Enlisted in Willesden with Middlesex Regiment and Died on 27th December 1917. Beloved son of William and Sarah Wheeler. Commemorated on Karachi 1914 – 1918 War Memorial.
WHITEHEAD J H
Sapper John Henry Whitehead, (service number: 88508), served with 1st Railway Operating Department of the Royal Engineers. Enlisted in London and Died on 27th January 1916 aged 24. Beloved son of Thomas Albert and Ann Fellows Whithead of 6 Brent View Road, Hyde, Hendon. Buried in Calais Southern Cemetery.
WILDMAN Sidney
Private Sidney George Wildman (service number: 203492), served with 6th Wiltshire Regiment. Enlisted London and was Killed in action on 4th October 1917 aged 19. Born in Northampton to Alfred and Jenny Wildman of 28 Malden Road, Boreham Wood, Herts. Husband of Hilda Janet Champ (formerly Wildman) of 81, Dollis Road, Church End, Finchley. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial.
WILKINS Edwd
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WILKINSON F
Private Frank Wilkinson (service number: L/13232), served with 3rd Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Mill Hill and was Killed in action on 27th March 1915. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
WOODFORD A R
Private Arthur Reginald Woodford (service number: 611694), served with 19th London Regiment. Enlisted in Camden Town and was Killed in action on 19th September 1918 aged 21. Son of Ormand and Annie Woodford of 42 Deerfield Cottage, West Hendon. Buried in Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel
WOODFORD O W
Private Ormand William Woodford (service number: M/321615), served with Army Service Corps in the Motor Transport, Machine Gun Corps and was attached to 15th Light Armoured Motor. Enlisted in Cricklewood and died in Mesopotamia on 11th January 1918 aged 29. Husband of Winifred Alice Hitchens (formerly Woodford) of Rosemary East Street. Sydney, Australia. Son of Mr and Mrs W. Woodford of Deerfield Hendon. Buried in Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery, Iraq
WOOLDRIDGE R G
Sergeant Robert George Wooldridge. (service number: 293367)2nd/6th Middlesex Regiment. Enlisted in Willesden and Died of wounds on 20th April 1917 aged 40. Beloved husband of Ellen L. Wooldridge of 28 Telford Road, West Hendon. Buried in Deir El Belah War Cemetery
WORKMAN C M
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WRIGHT Archie
Driver Archibald Wright (Service Number: 102562), served with N Bty. Royal Horse Artillery. Enlisted in Willesden and was Killed in action on 31st August 1918 aged 20. Born in St. Pancras to Samuel and Emma Wright of 45 Deerfield Cottages, The Hyde, West Hendon. Buried in Assevillers New British Cemetery.

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IS ALSO DEDICATED TO THE
MEMORY OF THOSE
INHABITANTS OF HENDON
BOTH MEMBERS OF THE SERVICES AND CIVILANS
WHO LOST THEIR LIVES
IN THE 2ND WORLD WAR.

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