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BOSHAM HOLY TRINITY WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Transcribed Janet Graves 2004

As well as the external memorial at Bosham there are a further two memorials for World War 1 and World War 2 within Holy Trinity Church, Bosham. The World War 1 memorial was dedicated 11 November 1923. The World War 1 memorial takes the form of a wall-mounted stone tablet with black and gilt lettering and a decorative relief around the border consisting of flowers and leaves; the top centre of the border is a relief of a cross and crown. There are 28 names listed. The World War 2 memorial takes the form of a wall-mounted stone tablet with the inscription in red lettering and the names in black lettering listed in three columns; there is a relief at the top centre of a gold coloured cross within a blue circle. There are 41 names listed.

Photographs Copyright © Michael Peck 2015

GIVE GLORY TO GOD
ALL YE WHO WORSHIP HERE
FOR THAT WHICH HE WROUGHT FOR YOU
THROUGH THESE MEN OF BOSHAM
AND OTHERS SUCH AS THEY
AND EVER HOLD THEIR NAMES
IN HONOUR AND GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918

BARNETT Sidney
Unable to identify CWGC/SDGW and no further information currently.
BOWDEN Christopher
Christopher John Bowden on records. Private 17188. 7th Battalion, Canadian Infantry (British Columbia Regiment). Born 2nd October 1895 and died 24th April 1915. Son of Henry and Mary R Bowden of 44 Denmark Road, West Ealing, London. Born Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Panel 18-28-30.
BRYANT Gordon
Rifleman 331510. 8th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action Palestine 19th April 1917, aged 32 years. Son of James and Harriet Bryant of Bosham, Ssx. Born Bosham, Ssx, enlisted Portsmouth, Ham and resident Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Jerusalem Memorial. Panel 28 and 29.
BULBECK Ernest
Ernest Percival Bulbeck on records. Private G/28109. 7th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Killed in action 30th April 1917, aged 21 years. Son of John and Sarah Bulbeck of Brooks Cottage, Bosham, Ssx. Born Littlehampton and enlisted Chichester, Ssx. Commemorated Feuchy British Cemetery. II.A.14.
CHAPMAN Arthur
Arthur Fitzgerald Chapman on records. Sapper 19178. 59th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Killed in action 13th November 1914, aged 22 years. Son of William and Rhoda Chapman of Lansdowne, Bosham, Ssx. Born Petersfield, Ham and enlisted Chichester, Ssx. Commemorated Ypres Town Cemetery Extension. III.A.19.
COLLINS Fred
No Fred Collins identified. Possibly Frederick W Collings. Private 18181. 11th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. Died of wounds 15th October 1916. Husband of Alicia Collings of 9 Arbury View, Winwick, Warrington, Lancs. Born Chichester, Ssx, enlisted London (place unspecified) and resident Chichester, Ssx. Commemorated Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. VIII.D.141.
COMBES Ted
Assistant Steward, Mercantile Marine Reserve. HM Yacht ‘Conqueror II’. Died 28th February 1916, aged 17 years. Son of Edward J and Louisa B Combes of 8 Mariners Terrace, Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Bosham (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.
EMMETT Wilfred
Wilfred George Emmett on records. Private 18336. 15th Battalion, Regiment. Died home 27th December 1915. Born Brighton, Ssx, enlisted Portsmouth, Ham and resident Fishbourne, Ssx. Commemorated Aldershot Military Cemetery. AF.1949.
GARDNER Percy
Sergeant PO/15628, Royal Marine Light Infantry. 1st Royal Marine Battalion, Royal Naval Division. Died 4th May 1917, aged 24 years. Son of Annie Emma Gardner of 6 Postland Terrace, Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension. II.F.69.
GATEHOUSE Cuthbert
Appears to be Cuthbert William Gatehouse, son of Samuel Combes and Marion Gatehouse, born c1891 but unable to identify CWGC/SDGW and no further information currently.
GATEHOUSE John
Appears to be John Walter Gatehouse, son of Samuel Combes and Marion Gatehouse, born Bosham, Ssx, c1883. Possibly John Walter Gatehouse. Pioneer 154159. 1st Battalion, Canadian Pioneers. Died 20th September 1916. Commemorated Vimy Memorial.
GATEHOUSE Leslie
Appears to be Leslie Thomas Gatehouse (or Thomas Leslie Gatehouse as per 1891 census), son of Samuel Combes and Marion Gatehouse, born c1886 but unable to identify CWGC/SDGW and no further information currently.
GREENFIELD Percy
Percy William Greenfield on records. Private 31285. 13th Battalion, York and Lancaster Regiment, formerly 25348 Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of wounds 16th April 1918. Born and enlisted Chichester, Ssx. Commemorated Sailly-Sur-La-Lys Churchyard. B.11.
HOLDEN Cecil
Possibly Cecil Arthur Holden. Lance Corporal 9246. 7th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry. Killed in action 23rd May 1918. Born Barnham, enlisted Eastbourne and resident Barnham, Ssx. Commemorated Sucrerie Cemetery, Ablain-St Nazaire. V.B.9.
KEWELL Harry
Private G/4350. 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 7th July 1916, aged 30 years. Grandson of Mrs Hannah Kewell of 19 Gifford Road, Bosham, Ssx. Born Bosham and enlisted Chichester, Ssx. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial. Pier and Face 7C.
MAJOR Gregory (Junior)
Assistant Steward, Mercantile Marine Reserve. HM Yacht ‘Aries’. Died 31st October 1915. Commemorated Bosham (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.
MARSHALL John
Private SD/823. 9th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 20th June 1917, aged 21 years. Son of Richard Marshall of The Bungalow, Woodgate, Ssx. Born Bosham and enlisted Bognor, Ssx. Commemorated Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Panel 20.
MATTHEWS Charles
Stoker 1st Class K/19385, Royal Navy. HMS ‘Black Prince’. Died 31st May 1916, aged 23 years. Son of Samuel and Ellen Matthews of Manor Farm, Fishbourne, Ssx. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. 19.
MATTHEWS John
John W Matthews on records. Sergeant G/3126. 8th Battalion, East Kent Regiment (Buffs). Killed in action 12th May 1916, aged 25 years. Son of Mrs Charlotte M Berry of 54 Buller Road, Brighton, Ssx. Born Burgess Hill, enlisted and resident Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Berks Cemetery Extension. II.D.7.
MAYNE Henry
Henry Dench Mayne on records. Distinguished Service Medal. Stoker 1st Class 293347, Royal Navy. HM Submarine ‘E.11’. Died 25th July 1915, aged 39 years. Son of Henry and Elizabeth Mayne. Husband of Elizabeth Jane Mayne of Ingleside Cottage, Old Fishbourne, Ssx. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. 8.
NORTON William
Possibly William Bertram Norton. Private 12217. 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Died of wounds home 15th December 1915, aged 21 years. Son of A E Norton of Sunnyside, Canning Road, Felpham, Ssx. Born Havant, Ham and enlisted Bognor, Ssx. Commemorated Felpham (St Mary) Churchyard.
REDMAN Allen
Allan Redman on records. Private 10182. 10th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action Gallipoli 10th August 1915, aged 25 years. Son of Albert and Charlotte Redman of Fishbourne, Ssx. Born Fishbourne, Ssx, enlisted Basingstoke, Ham and resident Fishbourne, Ssx. Commemorated Helles Memorial. Panel 125 – 134 or 223 – 226, 228 – 229 and 328.
RICHARDSON Charles
Private L/10638. 11th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Died 24th April 1918, aged 21 years. Son of Charles Richardson and Stepson of Ada Richardson of Old Fishbourne, Ssx. Born Bosham and enlisted Chichester, Ssx. Commemorated Longuenesse (St Omer) Souvenir Cemetery. V.A.73.
SCALES Victor
Possibly Frederick Victor Scales. Private 380565. 15th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action 26th October 1918, aged 31 years. Son of William Alfred and Elizabeth Scales. Husband of Florence S Scales of 15 North End Grove, Portsmouth, Ham. Born Cogenhoe, Northants, enlisted Portsmouth and resident Buckland, Ham. Commemorated Vichte Military Cemetery. III.C.4.
STAKER Frederick
Private 13019. 14th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action 3rd September 1916. Born Bosham, Ssx, enlisted Portsmouth, Ham and resident Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial. Pier and Face 7B and 7C.
STAMMERS Tom
Thomas William Stemmers on records. Rifleman 46191. B Company, 12th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Killed in action 4th June 1918, aged 18 years. Son of Thomas and Sarah Stammers of Burnt House, Bosham, Ssx. Born Bosham, enlisted Chichester and resident Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Arras Memorial. Bay 9.
STEAR Gilbert
Lance Corporal G/802. 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 8th April 1916, aged 23 years. Son George and Julia Stear of 3 Myrtle Cottages, Old Fishbourne, Ssx. Born Bosham and enlisted Chichester, Ssx. Commemorated Loos Memorial. Panel 69 to 73.
TINGLEY Jack
Appears to be John Charley Tingley. Ordinary Seaman J/32018, Royal Navy. HMS ‘Hampshire’. Died 5th June 1916, aged 17 years. Son of Charley and Alice Edith Tingley of 6 Gifford Road, Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. 14.
1939 - 1945
IN GRATEFUL AND HONOURED MEMORY OF THE MEN
OF AND FROM BOSHAM WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR
THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM
ABRAM Charles H
Charles Hubert Abram. Flight Sergeant 1312711, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 228 Squadron. Died 11th June 1944, aged 22 years. Son of James and Mabel Gertrude Abram. Husband of Barbara Joyce Abram of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Runnymede Memorial. Panel 215.
ANDREWS Guy J
Guy James Andrews. Yeoman of Signals P/J89763, Royal Navy. HMS ‘Acheron’. Died 17th December 1940, aged 38 years. Son of James Richard and Jennie Andrews. Husband of Amelia Margaret Andrews. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 40. Col 2.
APPLETON Charles H
One only Charles H Appleton identified. Possibly Charles Henry Appleton. Commander, Order of British Empire. Distinguished Service Order. Distinguished Flying Cross. Group Captain 24139, Royal Air Force. 124 Wing. Died 12th August 1944, aged 38 years. Son of Captain Henry M and Maud Appleton. Husband of Yvonne Marjorie Appleton of Marandellas, Southern Rhodesia. Commemorated Bonneville-La-Campagne War cemetery. IV.C.14.
BLATCHFORD Stanley G
Stanley George Blatchford. Petty Officer FX76302. HMS ‘Malabar’ (Fleet Air Arm). Died 17th June 1941, aged 27 years. Son of Thomas George and Mary Ellen Blatchford of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Bermuda Royal Naval Cemetery. Grave 385.
BROOKS Brian P H
Brian Philip Hawkshead Brooks. Lieutenant, Royal Navy. HMS ‘Sheffield’. Died 29th May 1941. Commemorated Lee on Solent Memorial. Bay 1. Panel 6.
BURNETT Albert G
Possibly Albert George Burnett. Chief Stoker P/K63312, Royal Navy. HMS ‘Tweed’. Died 7th January 1944. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 85. Col 1.
CHATFIELD John A C
John Anthony Cecil Chatfield. Lieutenant 224011. 245 Battery, 62 Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 8th July 1944, aged 22 years. Son of Revd Albert Leonard Chatfield, Military Cross and Gertrude Emily Chatfield of Bosham Vicarage, Ssx. Commemorated Ryes War Cemetery, Bazenville, VI.D.7.
CLAPHAM Norman R
Norman Richard Clapham. Guardsman 2665561. 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Died 6th November 1943, aged 19 years. Son of John Charles and Daisy Dowling (Clapham?) of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Minturno War cemetery. IV.F.20.
COMBES Alfred J
Alfred John Combes. Able Seaman P/JX157909, Royal Navy. HM Motor Gun Boat 315. Died 15th July 1942, aged 20 years. Son of William Frank and Mary Catherine Combes of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Great Yarmouth (Caister) Cemetery. Sec A (Naval Reservation). Grave 57.
COMBES John C
John Creswell Combes. Sergeant 1388894, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 460 Squadron. Died 4th September 1943, aged 23 years. Son of Creswell and Elizabeth Combes of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Runnymede Memorial. Panel 145.
COOK Leonard W
Leonard William Cook. Musician RMB/X67, Royal Marine Band. HMS ‘Glorious’. Died 8th June 1940, aged 28 years. Son of Mr and Mrs J W Cook of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 43. Col 3.
DAVIS Ben
Private 6402642. 1st Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Died 13th November 1940, aged 21 years. Son of James and Minnie Davis of Old Fishbourne, Ssx. Commemorated Cairo War Memorial Cemetery. P.279.
EARWAKER Ronald C
Ronald Charles Earwaker. Able Seaman P/JX159520, Royal Navy. HMS ‘Hood’. Died 24th May 1941, aged 18 years. Son of Charles Henry and Flora Emma Earwaker of Fishbourne, Ssx. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 47. Col 3.
EDNEY Richard C
Richard Charles Edney. Private 14648304. 5th Battalion, Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders. Died 14th August 1944, aged 20 years. Son of Charles and Esmie Edith Edney of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Ranville War Cemetery. IX.F.20.
EDWARDS Arthur S
One only Arthur S Edwards identified. Possibly Arthur Sydney Edwards. Able Seaman P/JX129891, Royal Navy. HMS ‘President III’. Died 7th December 1942, aged 31 years. Son of Sydney Robert and Helen Gertrude Edwards. Husband of Doris Mary Edwards of Upper Tooting, Surrey. Royal Victorian Medal. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 63. Col 3.
ELLIOTT William G
William George Elliott. Gunner 1737093. 111 Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 18th February 1945, aged 35 years. Son of Laura Elliott. Husband of Margaret Nora Elliott of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Taukkyan War Cemetery. 18.B.7.
ELVEDEN -----------------
Arthur Onslow Edward Guinness. Viscount Elveden. Major 53827. 218 Battery, 55 Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery. Son of Captain Rupert Edward Cecil Lee Guinness, C.B., C.M.G., D.L., R.N.V.R, 2nd Earl of Iveagh and Countess of Iveagh, C.B.E., of Elveden, Suffolk. Husband of Elizabeth Guinness, Viscountess Elveden, of Regents Park, London. Commemorated Jonkerbos War Cemetery. 21.B.7.
GOODHART Philip G N
Philip George Nelson Goodheart on records. Gunner 1130120. 3 Survey Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 25th May 1944, aged 22 years. Son of Emmanuel George and Philippa Nellie Goodheart of Bognor Regis, Ssx. Commemorated Cassino War Cemetery. XII.H.1.
GRAHAM John A W
John Albert William Graham. Leading Seaman P/JX151005, Royal Navy. HM Submarine ‘Rainbow’. Died 19th October 1940, aged 23 years. Son of William Albert and Mary Graham. Husband of Florence Emily Graham of Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 37. Col 3.
HOLDER Fred T
Possibly Frederick Thomas Holder. Corporal 6396441. 2nd Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Died between 24th May and 26th May 1940, aged 29 years. Son of John William and Nellie Holder. Husband of Winifred Sarah Holder of Preston Bissett, Bucks. Commemorated Meteren (Mont-Des-Cats) Communal Cemetery. Grave 18.
HOULE David C
David Charles Houle. Flying Officer (Pilot) 123122, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. 231 Squadron. Died 23rd May 1943, aged 22 years. Son of Stanley Thomas Western and Kathleen Marion Houle of Lincoln, Lincs. Commemorated Lincoln (Newport) Cemetery. Sec G. Grave 365 North.
HOULE John K
John Kenneth Houle. Flying Officer 164738, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 6th November 1945, aged 21 years. Son of Stanley Thomas Western and Kathleen Marion Houle of Lincoln, Lincs. Commemorated Alamein Memorial. Col 283.
KNIGHT Edward A
Possibly Edward Anthony Knight. Captain 95787. 67 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 18th December 1944. Commemorated Faenza War Cemetery. VI.G.5.
KNIGHT James R
Unable to identify and no further information currently.
LAMBERT William K
William Kirby Lambert. Aircraftman 1st Class (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner) 358419, Royal Air Force. Died 3rd May 1940, aged 34 years. Commemorated Bosham (Holy Trinity) Church Cemetery.
MASON Howard G
One only Howard G Mason identified. Possibly Howard Goodhart Mason. Major 190314. 1st Punjab Regiment, attached 3rd Battalion. Died 6th July 1944, aged 27 years. Son of Theodore Septimus and Violet Marion Mason of Maskeliya, Ceylon. Commemorated Assisi War Cemetery. III.H.11.
MORGAN William D B
William Donald Barton Morgan. Petty Officer P/J73766, Royal Navy. HMS ‘Barham’. Died 25th November 1941, aged 40 years. Son of Mr and Mrs W J Morgan of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 46. Col 2.
NASH Jack C
Jack Charlton Nash. Leading Aircraftman 1409323, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 4th December 1944, aged 37 years. Son of Frederick William and Emily Mary Nash. Husband of Doreen Mary Nash of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Bosham (Holy Trinity) Church Cemetery.
NIXON Cecil B G
Cecil Belgrove Griffin Nixon. Mentioned in Despatches. Lieutenant 179928. 50th Royal Tank Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps. Died 17th July 1943, aged 28 years. Son of Cecil Deardon and Gertrude Nixon of Bosham, Ssx. Chartered Accountant. Commemorated Catania War Cemetery. I.B.32.
OGILVIE Stephen J M
Stephen John Maxwell Ogilvie. Sub-Lieutenant (A), Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. HMS ‘Vulture’. Died 7th October 1943, aged 22 years. Son of William Heanage and Vera Magdalen Ogilvie (nee Quilter) of St Johns Wood, London. Commemorated Pembrey (St Illtyd) Churchyard.
OLIVER John W
Unable to identify and no further information currently.
PAGE Fred J R
Frederick John Richard Page. Gunner 1075769.32 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Died 9th May 1943, aged 31 years. Son of Frederick David Arnold and Emily Page of Fishbourne, Ssx. Commemorated Massicault War Cemetery. III.K.1.
PEARCE George A
Unable to identify and no further information currently.
PURSER Richard L M
Richard Lydmar Moline Purser. Captain 74659. 2nd Battalion, Dorset Regiment. Died 7th June 1944, aged 26 years. Son of Colonel Lydmar Moline and Hilda Mary Purser of Bosham, Ssx. Husband of Vera Florence Purser. Commemorated Imphal War Cemetery. 7.H.4.
RADLEY Hugh P
Hugh Poynton Radley. Commander, Order of Order of Indian Empire. Military Cross. Brigadier. 3rd Battalion, 2nd Punjab Regiment. Died 27th August 1943, aged 49 years. Husband of Ilma Radley of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Delhi War Cemetery. 7.F.6.
REYNOLDS Reginald H
Unable to identify and no further information currently.
ROBINSON Anthony G
Unable to identify Anthony G Robinson. Possibly Francis Anthony G Robinson. Military Cross. Major 55888. Royal Artillery. Died 6th May 1942, aged 28 years. Commemorated Oxford Crematorium.
ROBINSON Charles S
Possibly Charles Stewart Robinson. Major 34891. Deputy Assistant Director, 5th Division Ordnance Service, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Died between 27th May and 2nd June 1940, aged 33 years. Son of Surgeon Commander Charles H T Robinson, Royal Navy, and Hilda M Robinson. Husband of A Faith Robinson of Kingston Hill, Surrey. Commemorated Dunkirk Memorial. Col 144.
STALLARD Thomas W
Unable to identify Thomas W Stallard. Possibly Edward Thomas William Stallard. Private 14688941. 10th Battalion, Durham Light Infantry. Died 15th August 1944, aged 19 years. Commemorated Bonneville-La-Campagne War Cemetery. IX.A.20.
STUBBINGTON James
Corporal 6408201. 1st Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Died 12th July 1944, aged 33 years. Son of Thomas and Emily Ann Stubbington of Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Arezzo War cemetery. IV.D.19.
STUBBINGTON Leslie
Private 6402587. Royal Sussex Regiment (Battalion unspecified). Died 7th June 1940, aged 21 years. Son of Thomas and Emily Ann Stubbington of New Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Neufchatel-En-Bray Communal Cemetery. Military Plot. Row 1. Grave 9.
STUBBINGTON Thomas
Tom Stubbington on records. Marine PO/X21141, Royal Marines. HMS ‘Manchester’. Died 23rd July 1941, aged 37 years. Son of Thomas and Emily Ann Stubbington. Commemorated Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Panel 59. Col 2.
GRANT UNTO ALL OF US FOR WHOM THEY DIED THAT THEIR LOVE AND
DEVOTION MAY BEAR FRUIT IN US IN MORE ABUNDANT LOVE FOR OTHERS
REQUIESCANT IN PACE
Individual Memorials
GIFFORD Edward Robert

IN MEMORY OF
THE HONble EDWARD ROBERT GIFFORD
SUB-LIEUTENANT R.N.
GRANDSON OF THE 1ST BARON FITZHARDINGE:
LOST IN H.M.S. “EURYDICE”
OFF DUNNOSE MARCH 24. 1878
AGED 23.

GIFFORD Edric Frederick

TO THE DEAR MEMORY OF
EDRIC FREDERICK GIFFORD V.C.
3RD BARON GIFFORD OF ST LEONARDS
COUNTY DEVON, LORD OF THE MANOR
OF BOSHAM, ENSIGN AND LIEUT: S3RD AND
24TH CAPTAIN AND BREVET MAJOR 57TH REGTS
BORN 5TH JULY 1949. DIED 5TH JUNE 1911.
R.I.P.

Known Bosham connection – NOT on memorial.
CHARMAN Charles Edward
Rifleman 46254. 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Killed in action 23rd April 1918. Born Bosham, enlisted Chichester and resident Runcton, Ssx. Commemorated Loos Memorial. Panel 129.
DAWES Alfred Charles
Private TF/201043. 4th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action Egypt 26th March 1917, aged 19 years. Son of Thomas Hugh and Alice Anna Dawes of 56 St Leonard’s Avenue, Hove, Ssx. Born Bosham and enlisted Hove, Ssx. Commemorated Jerusalem Memorial. Panels 26 and 27.
HUMPHREY Albert
Driver 136982. 108th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Died Salonika 9th November 1918, aged 22 years. Son of Mr C J Humphrey of Lidsey, Bognor, Ssx. Born Bosham, enlisted Chichester and resident Bosham, Ssx. Commemorated Plovdiv Central Cemetery. F.5.
PAY Wilfred Edwin
Corporal 30233. 12th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), formerly 5277 Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 28th June 1918, aged 23 years. Son of Mrs E L Pay of 2 Warren Villas, Summersdale, Chichester, Ssx. Born Bosham, enlisted Chichester and resident East Marden, Ssx. Commemorated Harponville Communal Cemetery Extension. E.7.
PEARCE Francis Mark
Private 44180. 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Killed in action 8th November 1918, aged 19 years. Son of Mark and Lydia Pearce of Lock Ash, Emsworth, Ham. Born Bosham, Ssx, enlisted Winchester and resident Horndean, Ham. Commemorated Maubeuge Centre Cemetery. C.5.
PULLEN George
Corporal 67559. 64th Brigade, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), formerly 1067 Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 21st October 1917. Born Bosham, enlisted Chichester, Ssx and resident Shoreham, Kent. Commemorated Tyne Cot Memorial. Panel 154 to 159 and 163A.
WALKER Frederick Arthur
Gunner 75978. 95th Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of wounds 1st October 1916. Born Bosham, enlisted Worthing and resident Eastergate, Ssx. Commemorated Bronfay Farm Military Cemetery, Bray-Sur-Somme. II.A.1.
WEBB George
Private G/1617. 8th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 13th July 1916. Born Bosham and enlisted Worthing, Ssx. Commemorated Thiepval Memorial. Pier and Face 7C.
WEBB Richard Lloyd
Private SD/3484. 13th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Killed in action 30th June 1916, aged 33 years. Son of Allan and Frances Alice Webb. Born Bosham and enlisted Worthing, Ssx. Commemorated Loos Memorial. Panel 69 to 73.

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