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STRUMPSHAW WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Detailed Information
Compiled and Copyright © Michael Peck 2017

The memorial stands in the churchyard of St. Peter's Church, Strumpshaw, Norfolk. It takes the form of a stone plinth surmounted by a wheel cross on a taperings shaft with a cross of sacrifice on the fron face. The inscription and names for World War 1 are on the front face of the plinth with an appended stone below for World War 2. The names are listed in full with their age. Within the church are two Rolls of Honour listing the men who served from each conflict.

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IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF THOSE
FROM THIS PARISH WHO GAVE THEIR
LIVES FOR THEIR GOD AND COUNTRY
IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918

BARTON Alfred Richard
Aged 34. Second Lieutenant. 3rd Regiment, South African Infantry. Killed in action Delville Wood 18th July 1916. Eldest son of Rev Alfred John and Alice E Barton of ‘Wanstrow’, Roseberry Road, Felixstowe, SFK. Born 7th April 1882 Hoarwithy, HWR and went to South Africa 1901. No known grave. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial. Pier and Face 4C.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 2, Page20:

BARTON ALFRED RICHARD, 2nd Lieut., 3rd South African Infantry, eldest s. of the Rev. Alfred John Barton, of Wanstrow, Rosebery Road, Felixstowe, late Rector of Strumpshaw, co. Norfolk, by his wife, Alice Ethel, dau. of Rev. John Rushworth Pilling ; b. Hoarwithy, co. Hereford, 7 April, 1882 ; educ. Lowestoft ; Denstone, and elsewhere then took a course of agricultural training at Aspatria, Cumberland ; went to South Africa in 1901, and settled on his own farm at Zevenfontein, Transvaal ; joined the Southern Mounted Rifles in 1904, attaining the rank of Lieut. ; took part In the rebellion of 1914 ; enlisted as a Private in the South African Infantry in Aug. 1916 ; came to England in Sept. : served with the Egyptian Expeditionary Force in Egypt from Dec. 1915, where he was in action against the Senussi; obtained a commission in his own regiment 25 March, 1910 ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from 21 ApriL 1916, and. was killed in action at Delville Wood on or about 18 July following. Buried south of Delville Wood. His Colonel wrote : Wood He was last seen fighting hand. to hand with the few left in his trench. He has fallen splendidly in a great cause, and we honour his memory amongst the many brave gallant gentlemen who were lost in that fight." ‘ Unm.

BARTON Hugh Fabian
Aged 19. Second Lieutenant. 9th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Killed by shrapnel 12th February 1916. Third son of Revd Alfred John and Alice E Barton of ‘Wanstrow’, Roseberry Road, Felixstowe, SFK. Born 20th January 1897 Strumpshaw Rectory, Norfolk, enlisted 22nd September 1914 and entered France 8th October 1915. Buried in White House Cemetery. Plot I. Row C. Grave 3.

Extract from De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1918, Volume 2, Page20:

BARTON, HUGH FABIAN, 2nd Lieut., 9th (Service) Battn. The Norfolk Regt., 3rd and yst. s. of the Rev. . Alfred John Barton, late Rector of Strumpshaw, co. Norfolk, now of Wanstrow, Rosebery Road, Felixstowe, co. Suffolk, by his wife, Alice Ethel, dau. of the late Rev. J. R. Pilling ; and brother to. 2nd Lieut. A. R. Barton (q.v.) ; b. Strumpshaw Rectory, co. Norfolk, 20 Jan. 1897 : educ. South Lodge, Lowestoft, and Felsted School, co. Essex ; on leaving school at Felsted, Sept. 1914, he joined the Public Schools Corps, and was gazetted. 2nd Lieiu. in the 9th Norfolks 22 Sept. 1914 ; went to France 8 Oct; 1915. . After four months' continuous fighting (with the exception of a week in hospital with trench feet, and six days’ leave), he was killed in action in the front-line trench, 12 Feb. 1916, by shrapnel fire in the Ypres salient, north-east of Ypres, during a heavy bonthardment. Buried in the Military Cemetery at St. Jean, east of Ypres. His Colonel wrote of him : “ "Your boy was always so cheery, knew no fear and was ready for any duty, however dangerous. He died a gallant death, doing his duty amongst the men of his company, who feel his loss very much.’ ‘ Another officer : " He was desperately keen and a splendid soldier, and. though so young, one could always depend on him". Unm.

BLAKE John Edward
Aged 23. Lance Corporal 9350. 9th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action 15th April 1918. Son of Walter and Hannah Thompson of Lingwood Road, Blofield, Norfolk. Husband of Marjorie Blake (nee Barker) of Postwick, Norfolk. Born 1895 Rockland St Mary and enlisted Norwich, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial. Panel 34 to 35 and 162A.
DEBBAGE John
Aged 21. John Pringle Debbage on 1893 birth record, John Prindle Debbage on military records. Private 20655. 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, formerly 17652 Norfolk Regiment. Died at sea 13th August 1915. Son of Henry and Sarah Jane Matilda Debbage. Born Ranworth, enlisted Norwich and resident Bramerton, Norfolk. In the 1911 census he was aged 18, born Cantley, Norfolk, a labourer on a farm, resident with his parents, Henry and Martha Debbage (note different to CWGC), Low Town, Strumpshaw, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Helles Memorial. Panel 144 to 150 or 229 to 233.
GREEN Sidney John
Aged 20. Private 204000. 1st Battalion, Hertfordshire Regiment, formerly 328764 Cambridgeshire Regiment. Killed in action 23rd August 1918. Son of John and Alice Green of Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Born 1898 Strumpshaw, enlisted Norwich and resident Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Buried in Serre Road Cemetery No: 2. Plot X. Row G. Grave 16.
HOWES Arthur Robert
Aged 19. Private 29255. B Company, 7th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, formerly 27461 Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action 8th October 1917. Son of Robert William and Clara Howes of Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Born 1898 Moulton St Mary and enlisted Norwich, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Tyne Cot Memorial. Panel 23 to 28 and 163A.
HYLTON Robert George
Aged 34. Private 19995. 2nd Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action Mesopotamia 31st March 1916. Son of (the late) George Bishop and Sophia Hylton of Strumpshaw. Born c1883 Strumpshaw and enlisted Norwich, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Basra Memorial. Panel 10.
KILLINGTON Robert
Aged 35. Robert Albert Killington. Sergeant MT/16956. Army Service Corps attached 7th Mounted Brigade HQ. Died of Jaundice Balkans 14th June 1917. Son of Charles and Rosa Killington of Lingwood, Norfolk. Husband of Gertrude Louisa Killington (nee Anderson) of 61 Queensmill Road, London. Born 1881 Lingwood, Norfolk (as SDGW, born Strumpshaw on census), enlisted (23rd October 1900 in Army Service Corps, released to Army Reserve 22nd October 1908 and mobilized 5th August 1914) Colchester, Essex and resident Fulham, London. BUried in Lahana Military Cemetery. Plot III. Row B. Grave 4.
ROSE Ernest
Aged 19. Private 20722. 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, formerly 9348 Norfolk Regiment. Son of William and Jessie Rose. Died at sea 13th August 1915 (sinking of Troopship ‘Royal Edward’). Born 1897 Strumpshaw, enlisted Norwich and resident Strumpshaw, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Helles Memorial. Panel 144 to 150 or 229 to 233.
THOMPSON William
Aged 32. Private 41590. 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, formerly 5245 Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action 14th April 1917. Son of George and Elizabeth Thompson of The Loake, Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Born 1885 Strumpshaw, enlisted Norwich and resident Strumpshaw, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Arras Memorial. Bay 7.
TUNMORE Stephen Frederick
Aged 23. Private 5120. 8th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Killed in action 3rd May 1917. Son of Stephen and Sarah A Tunmore of Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Born 1894 Lingwood and enlisted Norwich, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Arras Memorial. Bay 6.
WARD John Lambert
Aged 25. Unable to identify as casualty. John Lambert Ward born 1890 Lingwood, Norfolk, the son of Lambert William and Frances Ward. Possible death recorded Norwich District 1916 at age 25, possibly death recorded after discharge from forces but of war related cause and therefore on memorial?
WILSON Robert
Aged 41. Private 5173. 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action 29th October 1914. Son of (the late) John and Hannah Wilson. Born 1873 Hemblington [as SDGW, 1881 census has Blofield] and enlisted Norwich, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Le Touret Memorial. Panel 8.
“THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE”
1939-1945
ASHLEY George Arthur
Aged 24. Driver 2078641. 251 Field Park Company, Royal Engineers. Died as a Prisoner of War of the Japanese 2nd September 1943, aged 24 years. Buried in Chungkai War Cemetery. Plot 5. Row F. Grave 9.

Note: Parentage believed to be William A and Ethel E Ashley (nee Grimmer) but unproven.
FORDER Horace George
Aged 38. Gunner 1122622. 65 (Norfolk Yeomanry) Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 22nd February 1943, aged 38 years. Son of Horace George and Sarah Harriet Forder. Husband of Olive Annie Forder (nee Tree) of Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Commemorated Sfax War Cemetery. Plot III. Row C. Grave 22.
HIGH Harold William
Aged 27. Private 5951830. 5th Battalion, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment. Died as a Japanese Prisoner of War 21st September 1944, aged 27 years. Son of Beatrice Minnie High of Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Butchers's Assitant, resident Linwood Road, Strumpshaw. No known grave. Commemorated on Singapore Memorial. Column 63.
WATERTON Alfred
Aged 29. Private 5770748. 2nd Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regiment. Died 24th May 1940, aged 29 years. Son of Albert and Ada Waterton of Strumpshaw, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on Dunkirk Memorial. Column 44.
THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1919.
ROLL OF HONOUR
for the Parish of
STRUMPSHAW
ATKINS Frederick
Corporal. 12th Lancers (Wounded)
In the 1911 census he was aged 15, born Strumpshaw, a Farmers Son Working On Farm, resident with his parents, Thomas and Florence Mary Atkins, in Lingwood Road, Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Brother of Harry, Thomas and Richard (below).
ATKINS Harry aka Henry
Private. 12th Lancers.
In the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Strumpshaw, a Farmers Son Working On Farm, resident with his parents, Thomas and Florence Mary Atkins, in Lingwood Road, Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Brother of Frederick (above) and Richard and Thomas (below).
ATKINS Richard
Private. 12th Lancers.
In the 1911 census he was aged 14, born Strumpshaw, at school, resident with his parents, Thomas and Florence Mary Atkins, in Lingwood Road, Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Brother of Harry and Frederick (above) and Thomas (below).
ATKINS Thomas
Lance Bombardier. Royal Garrison Artillery.
Attested at Wroxham 2 April 1917, enlisted at Wroxham 25 May 1917, as 4219, 2nd Life Guards, Household Cavalry, aged 23 years 8 months, born Strumpshaw, Horseman by trade, height 5 feet 10 inches, chest 34 inches, 145 lbs. Son of Florence May Atkins. Transferred to "Z" Reserve of Demobilization 17 February 1919. Transferred to Gunner Royal Garrison Artillery 20 December 1917. With 544 (H) Siege Battery and then Base. Appointed Lance Bombardier 11 August 1918. Had been issued an exemption certificate 16 March 1916 when he was aged 22 due to him being a Stockman on the farm of Edward Burrel, application made 24 February 1916. Embarked Southhampton 1 April 1918, disemarked Le Havre 2 April 1918; discharged to base 29 November 1918. In the 1911 census he was aged 17, born Strumpshaw, a Farmers Son Working On Farm, resident with his parents, Thomas and Florence Mary Atkins, in Lingwood Road, Strumpshaw, Norfolk. Brother of Frederick, Harry and Richard (above).
BARTON Hugh
Second Lieutenant. 9th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
BARTON Richard
Lieutenant. South African Infantry (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
BLAKE John
Private. 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
BROOM Albert
Lance Bombardier. Royal Horse Artillery.
BROOM Harry
Gunner. Tank Corps.
BROOM Harold
Private. Royal East Kent Regiment.
In the 1911 census he was aged 11, at school, born Strumpshaw, resident with his mother, Alice Emma Broom, in Chapel Road, Strumpshaw, Norfolk.
BROWN Henry
Private. Royal West Kent Regiment.
BULLARD George S
Captain. Army Service Corps.
CURTIS John
Private. Suffolk Regiment (Prisoner Of War).
DEBBAGE John
Private. 3rd Battalion, Norfolk Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
DEBBAGE Percy
Private. East Yorkshire Regiment (Wounded).
Private 4164 then 201352, 2/4th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. Resident Strumpshaw. Embodied 18 May 1915. Posted 220 Company 9 October 1918. Wounded in right leg 23 April 1917 and suffered gas poisoning 29 June 1917. Served in France from 16 July 1916 to 19 July 1917. Height 5 feet 5½ inches, chest 37½ inches. Enlisted aged 24 years 6 months, 18 May 1915, at Hull. Was in British Red Cross Hospital, Rossett near Wrexham in July 1917. Transferred to Labour Corps 9 October 1918 as Private 616507, 220 Div. Employment Company. Embarked at Le Havre 1 February 1919 for Demobilization in England, bound for Shelford Dispersal Centre. In thje 1901 census he was aged 9, a scholar, born Strumpshaw, resident with his parents, John and Esther Debbage, in Buckenham Road, Strumpshaw, Blofield, Norfolk. Born 8 November 1890, admitted to Strumpshaw School 1895.
DINGLE Fred
Sapper. Royal Engineers.
In the 1911 census there was a Frederick James Dingle, aged 14, born Moulton, Norfolk, at school, resident with his parents Frederick and Sarah Anne Dingle, at the Post Office, Strumpshaw, Norfolk.
ETHERIDGE Charles [James]
Private. 9th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment (Wounded).
Attested and enlisted 9 September 1914 at Great Yarmouth, aged 23, resident Strumpshaw, posted 12 September 1914 as Private 15006, 9th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Gardener by trade. Born 12 May 1891 in Strumpshaw. Wounded in the right arm 25 April 1917. Served in France from 30 August 1915 to 25 March 1919. Married Edith Louisa Ward at Lingwood Parish Church, Norwich 29 July 1911, two children, resident Strumpshaw, then Holly Grove, Lingwood, Norwich. Height 5 feet 8 inches, weight 140 lbs, chest 35½ inches, complexion fresh, grey eyes, brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. Demobilized 25 March 1919.
FARR Robert
Private. 9th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment.
GUYMER George [Walter]
Private. 4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment (Wounded).
Attested 1914, aged 25, born Strumpshaw, Norfolk., enlisted as Private 2301, 1/4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Embarked for M.E.F. aboard H.M.T. Aquitania from Liverpool 29 July 1915. Admitted to 16th Stationary Hospital with Scanies at Mudros 7 August 1915, admitted to hospital at Mudros with Tonsilitis and Rheumatism 31 August 1915 at Mudros, invalided to England on H.S. Aquitania from Mudros 18 September 1915. Originally employed as a Boiler Fireman. Reassigned to Private 38362, Royal Defence Corps. Reassigned as S/9399, Royal Army Ordnance Corps as being on fit for Carpenter 25 April 1919 after suffering shrapnel wounds to the left hand at Gallipoli 26 October 1915 resulting in amputation of the left index finger. Discharged 27 September 1919. Married Gertrude Rimmer at yarmouth 24 March 1913, resident 28 Dennington Road. Woodseats, Sheffield, two children.
GUYMER John T
Signalman. Royal Engineers.
GREEN Sidney
Private. Bedfordshire Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
HARPER Gordon

Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery.
Attested 11 August 1914 as Gunner 282685, Royal Garrison Artillery, discharged 26 October 1914 as being unfit (Tuberculosis Cervical Gland) due to Pulminary Tuberculocis, re-enlisted 2 November 1915, aged 27, born 7 October 1887, and resident, Strumpshaw, Norfolk, as Gunner SR/7685, Royal Garrison Artillery. Discharged 6 December 1917, with an infection of skin over neck aggravted by service, resident Strumpshaw. Died 2 April 1925 at 45 Bengea Street, Tidal Basin E.
Husband of Amelia Harper, of 45 Bengea Street, Tidal Brain (?) E. Gardener and also Attendent by trade.

HARPER Randall
Sapper. Royal Engineers.
Enlisted 21 September 1914 at Lowestoft, aged 26, born and resident Strumpshaw, as 190570, 277th Railway Troops Companies, Royal Engineers, qualified as a Platelayer 8 March 1916, orignally posted as 15744, 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, transferred 7 March 1916. Discharged as no longer physically fit for war service 30 April 1919. Religious denomination Church of England. Yradman by trade. Son of Mrs. B. Harper, of Strumpshaw.
HARPER Arthur
Private. Rifle Brigade.
HARRISON Alfred
Private. Tank Corps (Wounded).
HARRISON William
Private. 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
HOWES Arthur
Private. Royal Warwickshire Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
HOWES Samuel
Fitter. Royal Field Artillery.
HYLTON Robert
(Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
KEALEY Thomas
Mine Sweeper. Royal Naval Reserve.
KEMP Alfred
Gunner. Royal Field Artillery.
KEMP Victor
Driver. Royal Engineers.
KILLINGTON George [Walter Haddon]
Private. Royal Sussex Regiment.
Attested 29 November 1915 at Norwich, enlisted at Norwich 1916, aged 28 years 8 months, born Strumpshaw, resident Chapel Road, Strumpshaw, as 3rd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment then trasnferred 12 April 1916 to Suffolk Regiment then transferred to G/9342, Bedfordshire Regiment then 15th Battalion, Essex Regiment then finally as Private 568517, 9th Labour Company attached 379 P.O.W. Company, Essex Regiment. Gardener by trade. Height 5 feet 5½ inches, chest 34 inches, weight 114 lbs. Son of Rose Annie Killington, of Chapel Road, Strumpshaw. Demobilized 14 October 1919.
KILLINGTON Robert
Company Sergeant Major. Army Service Corps (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
McLEAN Vernon
Sergeant. 8th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment.
MITCHELL Richard
Private. Labour Corps.
OSBORNE William
Royal Engineers.
PALMER Arthur
Royal Engineers.
ROPE Alfred
Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery.
ROPE Russell
Driver. Royal Field Artillery.
ROSE Ernest
Private. Norfolk Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
ROSE George
Farrier. Army Ordnance Corps.
ROSE Herbert
Stoker. Royal Navy.
ROSE John [Henry]
Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery.
Attested 22 November 1915, posted 19 April 1917, aged 24, born Norwich, resident Marsh House, Strumpshaw, as Gunner 156717, A Battery, No 5th Dorset Fire Command, Royal Garrison Artillery. Employed as a Railway Labourer, G.E.R. Height 5 feet 8¼ inches, chest 36 inches, 110 lbs. Son of Elizabeth Rose, of Marsh House, Strumpshaw. Invalided to England with influenza 11 March 1919. Demobilized 24 October 1919.
SCOTT William
Private. Norfolk Regiment.
SELF Alfred
Private. Royal Army Medical Corps.
SUTTON Albert Victor
Private. Machine Gun Corps.
SUTTON William
Military Medal. Sergeant. Royal Field Artillery..
THOMPSON Ernest
Private. Essex Regiment (Prisoner Of War).
THOMPSON George
Driver. Royal Horse Artillery.
THOMPSON Harry
Driver. Army Service Corps (Wounded).
Attested 11 July 1908, aged 19 years 7 months, with Royal Regiment of Artillery (Royal Garrison Artillery) as 28779. Born Norwich, resident Strumpshaw. Employed before enlistment as a General Labourer. Height 5 feet 93/8 inches, 142 lbs, chest 36 inches, fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. Posted Gunner 1 October 1908, discharged at Aldershot 10 August 1909 for misconduct. SOn of Calara Thompson, of 61 Silver Road, Norwich.
THOMPSON Robert
Private. Norfolk Regiment (Wounded).
THOMPSON William
Private. Essex Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
TUNMORE Frederick
Private. East Surrey Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
TUNMORE William
Private. East Surrey Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
TREE George W
Driver. Royal Field Artillery.
WARD Arthur
Lance Corporal. Essex Regiment (Prisoner Of War).
WARD Russell
Farrier. Royal Engineers.
WARD George
Private. 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
WARD John L
Private. Royal Fusiliers (Rest In Peace).
WARD Frank [Guymer]
Private. Grenadier Guards (Prisoner Of War).
Attested 10 November 1915 at Oxford, aged 19, born and resident Strumpshaw, as Guardsman 24433, 5th Reserve Battalion, Grenadier Guards joined atcCterham 11 November 1915. Discharged 14 March 1919. Served in France for 12 months, 5 August 1917 to 9 August 1917, wounded in right arm and had a weak heart. Formerly an Agricultural Labourer/Footman. Son of Richard Ward, of Strumpshaw. Height 6 feet ½ inch, chest 36 inches, weight 152 lbs. Suffered gunshot wound to right hand and arm, in Lakenham Military Hospital 10 August 1917 to 12 September 1917, then East Dereham Hospital 12 September 1917 to 7 November 1917. No mention of him being a prisoner of war in his service record.
WATERS Gordon
Royal Garrison Artillery.
WILSON Robert
Private. Norfolk Regiment (Rest In Peace). See first section for details.
WILSON Arthur J
Trooper. 4th Hussars.
WRIGHT Arthur J
Private. Army Service Corps.
WRIGHT J
Private. 12th Battalion, Essex Regiment.
WRIGHT Albert
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ROLL OF HONOUR
FOR THE PARISH OF STRUMPSHAW
IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE 1939 – 1945 WAR.
ASHLEY George
No further information currently available. See first section for details.
ATKINS Richard
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BECK Charles
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BLYTH Percy
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CARTER Robert
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CHURCH Wilfred
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CUNNINGHAM Joseph
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DRAPER George
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ETHERIDGE Wilfred
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FORDER Arthur
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FORDER Edward
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FORDER Horace
No further information currently available. See first section for details.
FORDER Victor
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FORDER William
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FEEK Percy
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FOX Joseph
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FOX Richard
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FUTTER Frank
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GOODWIN Shepherd
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GRINT Arthur
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HIGH Harold
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LODGE David
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MALLETT Albert
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ROPE Frederick
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ROSE Stanley
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ROWLAND Dudley
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SARGENT Robert
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SAUNDERS Maurice
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WARD Frank
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WATERTON Alfred
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WOOLER Edward
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YOUNGS Arnold
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COLLINS Irene
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DREW Ella
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FUTTER Joyce
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KEY Edna
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MOY Grace
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ROSE Ivy
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SYMONDS Margaret
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SYMONDS Pamela
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SYMONDS Rosemary
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TURNER Joan
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