Others - Roll of Honour
information courtesy of David Manning
War 1 - Airmen & Soldiers - Huntingdonshire
AFFORD, MC, DCM
139285, Reconaissance Corps. Died 16th February 1942. Age 53.
Son of Charles and James Afford; husband of Constance Ellen
Afford, of Hopwas Staffordshire. Also served in 1914-18 War.
Buried in Offord Darcy Cemetery, Huntingdonshire. Grave 34.
Arthur Grey DUBERL[E]Y
Lieutenant 320937, Scots Guards. Killed by a flying bomb whilst
on duty at Wellington Barracks Sunday 18th June 1944. Aged 18.
Son of Maj. Montagu Richard William Duberly O.B.E., and of Lady
Eileen Duberly (nee Stopford), of Buckden. Buried in St Andrew
Churchyard, Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire.
Cpl, 1/6th Manchester Regiment. Killed in action 20th October 1918, age
21. Son of David & May Few, Forty Foot Bank, Ramsey. Formerly
202946 Norfolk Regiment. Buried Romeries Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord,
||2nd Lt. Hunts. Cyclists Battalion & RFC. Killed in
action 13th April 1917, while serving as observer with 57 Squadron;
flying FE.2d, with pilot Capt. L. S. Platt (also killed); as part
of six-aircraft patrol, attacked by enemy fighters and shot down at
Vitry-en-Artois, probably by Leutnant Heinrich Gontermann of Jasta
5. Buried at Brown's Copse. Roeux, France. Possible Hunts. Connections
||Private 3492, 4th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment.
Died at home Friday 7th January 1916. Age 26. Son of William
and Elizabeth Rose. Enlisted Oundle. Buried in All Saints Churchyard,
Winwick near South-East boundary.
||AM1 (53784) RFC. Killed in flying accident 12th
December 1917, while serving with 31 (Training) Squadron, Wyton; flying
as passenger with pilot Capt. R. H. P. Miers (also killed). Buried
at Wyton. Buried in Hunts. - but probably not resident
20 July 2002