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DUNCTON AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Transcribed & Researched Chris Comber 2004

Thinly populated downland area. Incorporating the men of Duncton, UpWaltham, Burton and Barlavington. Brass plate inside the church on the South Wall. 7 Surnames and one Christian name

1914-1918

BAKER

Jonas

Private 7851, 1st Battalion, The Hampshire Regiment. 4th Division. Died of wounds on the Aisne 16 September 1914. Born in Upperton and enlisted in Chichester. Buried in Rozieres Churchyard Aisne.

BAKER

John Henry

Possibly Private 29505, 2nd Battalion, The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. 2nd Division. Died of wounds 25 August 1918. Aged 37. Son of David and Sarah Baker. Husband of Mrs Sarah Baker of Sycamore Road, Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks. Born in Egdean near Fittleworth and enlisted in Oxford. Formerly with the Royal Worcestershire Regiment. Buried Bac-Du-Sud British Cemetery, Bailleulval F.103

BARTLETT

Arthur

Private 41284, 9th Battalion, The Royal Fusiliers. 12th Division. Killed in action at Arras 3 May 1917. Aged 36. Son of John and Eliza Bartlett. Husband of Mrs Edith Matilda Bartlett of Rectory Gate, Petworth. Commemorated on The Arras Memorial Mr. 20. (No record with SDGW)

FULLER

William

Private 61537, 22nd Battalion, The Royal Fusiliers. 2nd Division. Killed in action 27 February 1917. Aged 40. Son of William and Eliza Fuller of 57, Duncton. Husband of Mrs Elizabeth Annie Fuller of Ivy Cottage, Duncton. Born in Coombs and enlisted in Petworth. Formerly with the Royal West Kent Regiment. Commemorated on The Thiepval Memorial MR.21

KNIGHT

Harry

Private G/3710, 9th Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment. 24th Division. Killed in action at the Battle of Loos 25 September 1915. Son of Richard and Fanny Knight of Duncton. Born in Duncton and enlisted in Petworth. Commemorated on The Loos Memorial MR. 19

GREEN

George

No further information currently

SNOW

Soloman

Lance Corporal 5345, 2nd Battalion, The Scots Guards. The Guards Division. Killed in action 30 November 1917. Aged 31. Son of Mr and Mrs William Snow of “The Benges”, Upper Waltham. Husband of Mrs Amy Snow of 11, Alpha Road, Crawley. Born in Portsmouth and enlisted in Arundel. Buried in Fifteen Ravine British Cemetery, Villers-Plouich F. 379

22 July 2004

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