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BURSTALL WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Jean Austin & Jennifer Jones 2005

The War Memorial takes the form of a Memorial window in the Church; there is also Roll of Honour in the Village Hall. There is a memorial book, compiled in 2003 by Jennifer Jones, in the Parish Church, containing photographs of the graves or memorials of most of the men of the North Samford Benefice (Belstead, Bentley, Burstall, Copdock & Washbrook, Sproughton and Tattingstone) who died in the First World War.

Photographs Copyright © Jean Austin & Jennifer Jones - 2005

To the Glory of God
And in grateful memory
Of the men of Burstall
Who gave their lives for
Our Country in the War
1914-1918

COOPER

John Henry

Private 43723 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment, formerly 1190 Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 13 November 1916 France/Flanders. Born 1880 Stowmarket, son of Ebenezer and Maria Cooper. Enlisted Stowmarket. Buried in the Luke Copse Military Cemetery and commemorated on the Burstall war memorial.

LLOYD

Frank

Guardsman 19720, Coldstream Guards. Died 30 November 1918. Born 1898 Burstall, son of Edgar and Eliza Lloyd, brother of Joseph (see below). Buried in Burstall churchyard and commemorated on the Burstall war memorial.

LLOYD

Joseph

Gunner 59672 112th Siege Battalion Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 22 October 1916. Born 1893 Burstall, son of Edgar and Eliza Lloyd, brother of Frank (see above). Buried (next to his brother) in Burstall churchyard and commemorated on the Burstall war memorial.

LLOYD

Walter

Private 43887, 11th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died 26 February 1919. Aged 22. Son of Mrs. Annie Lloyd, of New Cottages, Burstall. Buried in Burstall churchyard and commemorated on the Burstall war memorial.

PRYKE

Ernest William Levi

Private 203726 1st Battalion Norfolk Regiment. Died 6 January 1918 Italy. Born 1894 Bramford, son of William and Alice Pryke; husband of Mrs Marvinia Pryke. Enlisted Ipswich. EADT 19 January 1918 - news item: Mrs Pryke of Church Cottages, Burstall has received information that her husband, Gunner E Pryke RFA has died of pneumonia in Italy, following wounds received in action. Buried at Arquata Scriva Communal Cemetery Extension, Piedmont, Italy and commemorated on the Burstall war memorial.

PYWELL

Frederick

Private 33352 4th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. Died 10 May 1918 France. Son of John and Martha Pywell; husband of Mrs Florence Pywell of Norton, Suffolk. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France and commemorated on the Burstall war memorial.

WYARTT

Charles

(Wyatt on CWGC Debt of Honour Register) Private 9532 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action, France/Flanders 4 December 1914. Born 1879 Burstall, son of Walter and Emily Wyartt. Commemorated on the Menin Gate, Eiper and on the Burstall war memorial.

WYARTT

Jacob

Private 3962 18th Battalion Australian Infantry, AIF Unit. Killed in action 5 August 1916 Somme, France. Born 1889 Burstall, son of Samuel and Naomi Wyartt. He was an Australian citizen. Commemorated on the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France and on the Burstall war memorial.

Burstall born men whose names do not appear on the Burstall memorial

LLOYD

Orlander James

Private 7230 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regt. Killed in action 26 August 1914 France/Flanders. Born 1886 Burstall, son of William and Esther Lloyd. Husband of Sarah Lloyd of Hintlesham. Was a pre-war soldier who had served in Malta and Egypt 7 years and was part of the British Expeditionary Force. Enlisted Ipswich. Commemorated on the La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial, Seine-et-Marne, France and on the Hintlesham war memorial.

MOWER

Edwin

Private 6286, 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regt. Killed in action 1 October 1915 Belgium. Born 1886 Burstall, son of John Mower. Husband of Ellen Mower (who later remarried and lived at Little Dodnash Farm, Bentley). Enlisted Ipswich. Buried in Sanctuary Wood Cemetery and commemorated on the Hintlesham war memorial.

Their name liveth for ever more

To the memory of the men
Who fell in the Second World War
1939-1945

DAVY

Charles W

No further information currently available

GRAY

Richard William

Sgt Air Gunner, RAF Volunteer Reserve, 78 Sqn, died 21 February 1944 age 20. Son of Isaac and Lilian Gray of Hintlesham. Buried in Choloy War Cemetery, France

HEATH

Stanley Charles

Fusilier, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt), died 30 October 1943 age 24. Son of G and Grace Heath. Buried in Minturno War Cemetery, Italy.

19 November 2005

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