War 1 & 2 - Detailed Information
Compiled and Copyright © Lynda Smith
a small village just inland from Happisburgh and Sea Palling.
Copyright © David Rudram 2003
41074. 2nd Battalion,, Essex Regiment. Formerly 25502 Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action
Thursday 3 May 1917. Born Brisley. Lived Ingham. Commemorated: ARRAS MEMORIAL,
Pas de Calais, France. Bay 7
19045. 1st Battalion,, Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action Monday 23 April 1917. Born
Swanton Abbott. Enlisted Norwich. Commemorated: ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais,
France Bay 3.
William Stephen || |
Lieutenant 7th Field Coy., Royal Engineers. Killed in action Tuesday 10 July 1917.
Age 19. Son of William and Kathleen Mary Littlewood (nee Sinnott). Commemorated:
LONDON CEMETERY, NEUVILLE-VITASSE, Pas de Calais, France. Wancourt Road Cem. No.
2 Mem., Panel I. (The entry on CWGC is somewhat confusing here)
15028. Norfolk Regiment. Died on Saturday 11 November 1916. Age 25. Son of the
late Charles and Susan Pestall, of Ingham. Buried: INGHAM (HOLY TRINITY) CHURCHYARD,
Norfolk, United Kingdom. (Not on the CD)
Henry || |
Hand 6035DA. H.M. Trawler "Thomas Cornwall., Royal Naval Reserve. Died Tuesday
29 October 1918 when his ship was involved in a collision. Son of Clement Rudram
and Harriet Lucy Elizaveth Goose (formerly Rudram), of Ingham, Stalham, Norwich.
He was born on 26 April 1896 in Ingham and baptised there on 13 Sep 1896. He joined
the RNR on 29 March 1915. He gave his address as Gurney's Cottage, Ingham and
his next of kin as his mother Lucy. He was 5ft 6in tall, 36 in chest with a fresh
complexion and grey eyes. He mobilised before receiving any training and was a
deck hand (service no - DA6035) on HM Trawler "Thomas Cornwall". However
since he was mobilised into the RNR he must have been a sailor by trade and as
he went to trawler rated as deck-hand he was probably a fisherman. Unfortunately
as he had no peacetime service there is no indication of what boats he worked
in on his RNR record card. (RN and RNR records are much easier to read than the
army ones and 80% weren't destroyed in WWII). His mother was now given as Sydney
Rd, Ingham. Commemorated: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL, Kent, United Kingdom. Panel
15214. 8th Battalion,, Norfolk Regiment attd. , London Regiment (Post Office Rifles). Died
of wounds Friday 26 April 1918. Born Palling. Enlisted Norwich. Buried: CROUY
BRITISH CEMETERY, CROUY-SUR-SOMME, Somme, France. Ref. I. C. 15.
Aircraftman 927117. 228 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died on Tuesday
25 August 1942. Age 25. Husband of Vera Joan Hales, of Littlethorpe, Yorkshire.
Buried: INGHAM (HOLY TRINITY) CHURCHYARD, Norfolk, United Kingdom.