BRANTFORD (MOUNT HOPE) CEMETERY, Canada
(p)$CLARINGBOULD, Private, THOMAS HENRY, Canadian
Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment) 24 December 1919. Section I W
War Plot 6
STRATFORD (AVONDALE) CEMETERY, Canada
Corporal, WILLIAM THOMAS, 05045, 2nd Field Amb, Canadian Army
Medical Corps. 11 February 1916.
Age 38. Son of John Brazier of
Priory House, Dover, and the late Charlotte Brazier; husband of
Florence Louisa Brazier of 461 Ontario St, Stratford,
Ont. Section Q, Lot 254
name on the Stratford Cenotaph. picture with thanks
to John Sergeant
this memorial was designed by Walter Allward, who also designed the
TORONTO (ST. JOHN'S NORWAY) CEMETERY, Canada
Private, FRANCIS W., 527730, Canadian Army Medical Corps.
Accidentally killed 12 October 1916. Age 29.
Son of Marion Wright
of 19 Strand S., Sandwich, Kent, and the late Frederick Bryan
Wright husband of Ada Frances Wright of 163 London Rd, Buckland,
Lot 21, Range 6, Section 6
The words at the foot of his headstone read: "In Loving Memory.
Accidentally killed at Niagara Camp. Rest in Peace"
Pictures with grateful thanks to Peter Gower. Below
left: the main entrance to the cemetery. Below right, Private
Wright's grave is in the second row, on the right of the block
ALEXANDRIA (CHATBY) MILITARY AND WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt
HARMAN, Lance Corporal, HERBERT REGINALD, 669,
Australian Infantry AIF, 2 May
Private, ARTHUR EDMUND, TF/3190, 2nd/4th Bn, The Buffs (East Kent
Regiment) 19 December 1915. Age 29. Son of William and Annie Peirce
of Brook Villa, River, Dover. B 4
ALEXANDRIA (HADRA) WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt
Lieutenant, SYDNEY WILLIAM JAMES, Indian Army Reserve of Officers.
attd, 53rd Sikhs (Frontier Force) 25 July 1918. Age 32. Only son of
William and Frances Barron of 64 Dour St, Dover. B
Private, WILLIAM, S/8175, 24th Coy, Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Died
of uraemia 6 November 1919. Age 35. Son of Alice Clarke of 161
Clarendon Place, Dover, and the late Edward Dixon Clarke.
WILLIAM JAMES, 96687, 21st General Hospital, Royal Army Medical
Corps. 25 April 1918. Age 35. Son of the late John and Edith Mack
of 9 De Burgh St, Dover; husband of Florence B. Mack of 3 Granvill Cottages, Tower Hamlets St, Dover. F 132
Mechanic 1st Class, JOSEPH, 77343, Royal Air Force. (E.E.F.)
formerly 1st (Garr) Bn, Northamptonshire Regiment, Died of wounds
(burns) 10 October 1918. Age 38. Husband of M. A. Pond of 96 Elms
Vale Rd, Dover. C 96
CAIRO WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt
Private, J P, 60554, 70th Gen Hosp, Royal Army Medical Corps 30
September 1918. Age 23. Son of the late Mr J. P. McMahon and Mrs
E. McMahon of Sheerness; husband of Ethel Maud McMahon of 17
Union Row, Military Hill, Dover. O 260
(p)$RICHARDSON, Private, RICHARD JOHN, Queens Own (Royal West
Kent Regiment) 21 September 1915. D 17
Officer, C O, 216th Sqdn, Royal Air Force. 29 November 1920. Age
23. Son of Frederick and Florence Rigden of 100 Folkestone Rd,
Dover. P 112
CHATBY MEMORIAL, Egypt
WILLIAM, T4/059124, 276th Horse Transport Coy, Army Service Corps.
Died of enteric (buried at sea) 27 March 1915. Age 30. Son of Mrs
Sarah Phipps of 31 Tower Hamlets Rd, Dover. no ref
HELIOPOLIS (ADEN) MEMORIAL, Egypt
(p)$DYER, Sergeant, EDWARD GEORGE, The Buffs (East
Kent Regiment) 25 September 1915. no ref
ISMAILIA WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt
Flying Officer, WILLIAM ASH, 208th Sqdn, Royal Air Force. Killed
whilst flying (crashed) 14 April 1921. Age 22. Son of George and
Alice Emily Armstrong of "Inglewood" Sydney Rd, Walmer, Kent,
formerly Effingham Crescent, Dover, and in 1901 at 158 to 160
Snargate Street, with Mr Armstrong working as a draper.
Born in Dover, former Dover County (now Grammar) School Boy, joined
the Royal Engineers in 1917. B 12A
On his headstone are the words:
Loved By All.
In the Midst of Life
We are in Death
Picture right: Andy Cooper at Ismailia, walking back
from 2nd Lt Barker's grave (below). F/O W Armstong's grave is in the
row on the far right
Photos by Andy and Michelle Cooper
Lieutenant, WILLIAM JOHN, Royal Air Force. Died of accidental
injuries 27 April 1918. Age 23. Son of Mr and Mrs Jesse Burwood
Barker of 1 Malthouse Cottage, St. Radigunds Rd, Dover. C 1
(p)WILSON, JOHN CHARLES, Royal Engineers, 3 October 1922,
non-CWGC. ref unknown
KANTARA WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt
Lieutenant, THOMAS AYLMER TATTNALL, RGA, 28 October 1917. B182
Private, A E, 46617, 1st/4th Bn,
(3698) 3rd/5th Bn Hampshire Regiment 15 December 1918.
Husband of Ada Frances Johnson of 75 Tower Hill, Dover. Native of Aldershot. F 258
The words on his headstone (left) read, "Gone but not forgotten by
his wife and children"
His grave is in the block (above right), four rows from the back
WILLIAM, 270065, 10th (R. East Kent and West Kent Yeomanry) Bn, The
Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 13 November 1917. Age 27. Son of William
and Emma May of Newlands Farm, Selsted, Dover. Native of Acrise,
Folkestone. D 78.The
words on the bottom of his headstone (right) read: "He did his
Sapper, FREDERICK ERNEST, WR/288471, Railway Operating Div, Royal
Engineers. Died of ptomaine poisoning 16 July 1919. Age 32. Son of
John and Kate Wilson of Rose Cottage, St. Radigund's Rd, Dover;
husband of Mary Wilson of 25 Rockwood St, Everton, Liverpool.
C 35 (left)
Right, a general view of Kantara War Memorial cemetery. Plot A
Photos with thanks to Michelle and Andy Cooper
SUEZ WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY, Egypt
$DUNN, Private, HORACE LEONARD, City of London Yeomanry
(Rough Riders) 11 April 1916. D 43
from the Commonwealth War Graves