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UFTON, BASCOTE HEATH and STONEY THORPE WAR MEMORIAL

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

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IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR
LIVES IN THE GREAT WAR
1914-1918

1914  
HILLIER Douglas Ralph
Able Seaman, J/17842, H.M.S. Amphion, Royal Navy. Lost at sea aged 19, Thursday 6th of August 1914. Son of William and Mary Hillier, "White House", Bascote Heath. One of two brothers to fall. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial. Devon.
1916  
HILLIER Davis Oldham
Private, 2278, 20th Battalion, Australian Infantry. Killed in action aged 26, Thursday 3rd of August 1916. Son of William and Mary Hillier, "White House", Bascote Heath. The second of two brothers to fall. Buried in Gordon Dump Cemetery, France.
MANN Charles Edward
Private, 1978, 2nd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Died of wounds aged 23, Wednesday 24th of May 1916. The son of John and Laura Mann of Ufton. Buried in the Corbie Communual Cemetery Extension, France.
STANLEY Frederick,
Serjeant, 9598, 7th (Service) Battalion, Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment). Died of wounds in Salonika aged 24, Thursday 5th of October 1916. The son of Henry and Mary Stanley of Pasha Farm, Ufton. The first of two brothers to fall. Buried in the Sarigol Millitary Cemetery, Greece.
1917  
BLELOCH William A.
Lance Corporal, 285033, Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars. Killed in action aged 27, at Guillemont Farm, Sunday 1st of July 1917. Eldest son of George Turcan and Alison Bleloch. Buried in Templeux Le Guerard Cemetery, France.
1918  
BLOXHAM Edward,
Private, 38507, 2nd Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Killed in action aged 19, Monday 27th of May 1918. Son of William and Annie Bloxham of Ufton. Buried in La Ville-aux-Bois British Cemetery, France.
DOWNING Harry
Rifleman, 15/52393, 15th (Service) Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles (North Belfast). Killed in action at Courtai aged 26, Sunday 20th of October 1918. The only son of of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Downing of Leamington Spa. The husband of Edith Downing, Crimscote. Buried in the Harlebeke New British Cemetery, Belgium.
HARVEY Owen
Private, 24582, 2nd/6th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment (T.F.). Killed in action aged 23, Sunday 1st of June 1918. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harvey of Ufton. Buried in the Aire Communual Cemetery, France.
IZZARD Arnold O. T.
Private, CH/15267, H.M.S. Sapphire, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Died aged 31, Thursday 12th of December 1918. Son of Thomas and Eliza Izzard. Buried in Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery, England.
MARKHAM Thomas A
Private, 17859, 11th (Service) Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Died of wounds aged 35, Wednesday 20th of June 1918. Son of Edwin and Sarah Markham. Buried in Long Itchington (Bascote Heath) Cemetery, England.
MARTON William W.
No further iformation currently available
MORRIS William
Private, 20058, 10th (Service) Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Killed in action at St. Quentin aged 34, Saturday 23rd of March 1918. The son of Mr. and Mrs. William Morris of Denbigh. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial, France.
STANLEY John
Private, 28959, 2nd/4th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment (T.F.). Died of wounds aged 17, Thursday 12th of September 1918. The son of Henry and Mary Stanley of Pasha Farm, Ufton. The second of two brothers to fall. Buried in the Royaulcourt Military Cemetery, France.

 

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