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HUNNINGHAM WAR MEMORIAL

Detailed World War 1 & 2 information
Compiled and copyright © Alan Orton 2014

There are 4 names listed for World War 1 and one for World War 2.

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IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES
IN THE TWO WORLD WARS
1914- 1918 1939-1945

1915  
HUNTER Charles G. R.
Lieutenant, 17485, 2nd Battalion, The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry). Killed in action during the Battle of St. Julien aged 21, Saturday 25th of April 1915. Third son of William and Isabella Hunter. Commemorated on the Ypres Memorial, Belgium.
1917  
AGUTTER Frederick G.
Ordinary Seaman, J/55479, H.M.S. Agamemnon, Royal Navy. Killed in action aged 20, Friday 14th of December 1917. Second son of John and Elizabeth Agutter. Husband of Mrs. F. Agutter. Buried in Pantellaria Naval Cemetery, Malta.
1918  
HANCOX Ernest
Gunner, 179947, 114th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died of wounds aged 25, Tuesday 29th of October 1918. Fourth son of William and Agnes Hancox. Buried in Terlincthun British Cemetery, France.
WARD Harold Robert
Serjeant, 246889, Shoeing Smith, Labour Corps. Died in Leamington Spa (Warneford Hospital) aged 28, Saturday 9th of November 1918. Buried in Whitnash Road Cemetery, Leamington Spa, England.
1939 - 1945
1944  
POWER Herbert L.
Ordinary Seaman, P/JX384908, H.M.S. Janus, Royal Navy. Lost at sea at Anzio aged 18, Sunday 23rd of January 1944. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial England.

Last updated 28 July, 2014

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