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25, 478 MAILLY WOOD CEMETERY, MAILLY-MAILLET

HOLLOWAY , Private, F H, 15255, 1st Bn, Hampshire Regiment. 2 July 1916. Husband of Mrs J. Lane (formerly Holloway) of Dover Cottage, Woodside, Lymingron, Hants. I P 7

$LANDALL, Private, HUBERT HAROLD, 76932, Royal Fusiliers, age 18, 12 May 1918. II K 6

SPURWAY , Acting Bombardier, WALTER ALBERT, 115785, 233rd Siege Bty, RGA. 5 January 1917. Age 22. Son of Mr and Mrs Spurway of 180 Well Hall Rd, Eltham, London. Born Dover. II D 8


25, 469 MAILLY-MAILLET COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

FOWLER, Rifleman, WALTER FRANK, 4294, 1st Bn, Rifle Brigade. Died of wounds 23 November 1915. Age 28. Son of William James and Sarah Fowler of 99 Florence Rd, New Cross, London. Born Dover in about 1887. In 1891 the family were living at 6 Newgate Road, Hastings; Mr Fowler was a farrier smith. Walter then had a younger sister, Alice Louisa, and a younger brother, Alfred John. They moved to 69 Palace Road, Bromley by 1901; Walter had gained three more brothers, William James, and in 1901 twins Frederick Sidney and Charles Herbert. Leslie Harold followed in 1903, and in 1911 the family were at 8 Florence Cottages, New Cross, London. Walter had left home, but his father had noted that he was an out-of-work roundsman. His brother, William James, in 1911 a roundsman for a baker, also died, on 29 March 1918, and is buried at Roclincourt Valley Cemetery, IV F 15. Walter's grave is B 24


13, 301 MAROC BRITISH CEMETERY, GRENAY

LINKLETT , Private, GEORGE, G/13752, 1st Bn, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 18 March 1917. Age 34. Son of James Linklett; husband of Lucy Strover (formerly Linklett) of Great Napchester Farm Cottage, Whitfield, Dover. I P 2


13, 319 MAROILLES COMMUNAL CEMETERY

$SHOTT , Captain, HENRY HAMMOND, D S O, 1st Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment. KIA 26 August 1914. Age 38. Son of Nils Shott of Dover, Kent; husband of Hazel Morris Shott of 245 North Broadway, Yonkers, New York, USA (grave ref uncertain)


25, 532 MEAULTE MILITARY CEMETERY

$GLAYZER , Private, F, L/11072, 6th Bn, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 27 August 1918. Age 19. Son of Mr P. F. and Mrs C. Glayzer of 15 Winchelsea Terrace, Dover. F 3

$SPENDIFF, Private, WILLIAM GEORGE, 203998, Queens Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 24 August 1918. F 13

 

MERVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY

WESTMORE, Francis, 8273, Corporal, Lincolnshire Regiment, 2 Battalion, died 1 Dec 1914, burried I R 21. Born Dover in 1890, son of   Frank and Ellen Westmore

 

METEREN MILITARY CEMETERY

MCBARRON, Sergeant, FRANCIS, 5701, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 2nd Bn, age 35, 13 October 1914. I K 260


25, 508 MILLENCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

$ROUSE , Lieutenant, ALBERT CHARLES, D C M, Mentioned in Despatches, Worcestershire Regiment. attd 32nd Signal Coy Royal Engineers, Died of wounds 20 March 1916. Age 26. Son of Charles and Caroline Rouse of Maidstone; husband of Annie Rouse of 30 York Street, Dover. A 62

MILL ROAD CEMETERY, THIEPVAL

MARSH, Private, WILLIAM HENRY, G12584, Queens Own (Royal West Kent) 7th Bn. 30 September 1916. Age 31. I C 14


13, 353 MONCHY BRITISH CEMETERY, MONCHY-LE-PREUX

$BOAKES , Private, T, G/14032, 6th Bn, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) KIA 3 October 1917. Age 39. From Dover. I N 22

STOKES, Private, WALTER H, 60764, Royal Fusiliers, 30 August 1917. I L 1


21, 402 MONT HUON MILITARY CEMETERY, LE TREPORT

(p) $BURROWS , Private, HENRY BASIL, 75373, 13th Bn, Royal Fusiliers. Died of wounds 7 June 1918. Age 32. Son of Henry and Anna Burrows of Dover; husband of F. L. Burrows of "Wistaria" 56, Bradbourne Rd, Sevenoaks, Kent. VI J 3B

$GODDEN , Gunner, STEPHEN THOMAS, 208179, "B" Bty. 74th Bde, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 23 October 1918. Age 40. Son of Eliza Godden of 18 Park St, Dover; husband of Florence Godden of 57 Montern Rd, Forest Hill, London. VIII M 5B



25, 534 MORLANCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY No.2

$HEAD , Private, WALTER WILLIAM, 44399, 9th Bn, Essex Regiment. KIA 10 August 1918. Age 20. Son of Mrs Hannah Head of 50 Tower Hamlets Rd, Dover. B 10

 

MORY ABBEY MILITARY CEMETERY

$SIFFLEET, Sergeant, ALFRED LIONEL, 205169, Tank Corpc, age 26, 2 September 1918. III F 5


34, 835 NAMPS-AU-VAL BRITISH CEMETERY

(p)STREET , Corporal, GEORGE FRANK, 201620, 2nd/4th Bn, Royal Berkshire Regiment. 28 March 1918. Age 29. Son of Kate Street of "Estcourt" 112 Elms Vale Rd, Dover, and the late Harry Street; husband of the late Helen Street. I E 1


13, 269 or 270 or 276 NEUVE-CHAPELLE MEMORIAL

$MACKENZIE , Captain, CHARLES ALEXANDER CHANDOS, 20th Deccan Horse. 21 December 1914. Age 30. Son of A. B. Mackenzie of Godwyne House, 19 Godwyne Rd, Dover, and the late Brigade Surgeon John Mackenzie, MD. Panel 7


13, 326 NINE ELMS MILITARY CEMETERY, THELUS

CUTTING , Private, ARTHUR, 105401, 5th Bn, Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment) KIA 9 April 1917. Age 28. Son of Nathaniel and Katharine Cutting of 3 Redver's Cottages, Kearsney, Dover. Born Herne Bay. IV A 8


12, 228 NOEUX-LES-MINES COMMUNAL CEMETERY

BUBB , Lance Corporal, THOMAS BARRY, 2829, 7th Bn, London Regiment. 16 June 1915. Age 24. Son of Thomas William and Mary Bubb of "Maison Dieu" Biggin St, Dover. From Sunderland. I A 3


26, 593 NOREUIL AUSTRALIAN CEMETERY

CLAYTON , Private, EDWARD CHARLES, 3545, 52nd Bn, Australian Infantry, AIF, KIA 12 April 1917. Age 29. Son of Joseph and Selina Clayton of Dover, Tasmania. E 5

CLAYTON , Private, WILLIAM ALFRED, 5074, 52nd Bn, Australian Infantry, AIF, KIA 12 April 1917. Age 42. Son of Joseph and Selina Clayton of Dover, Tasmania. E 6


27, 706 NOYELLES-SUR-L'ESCAUT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

$HOLLAND , Private, REGINALD SEABRIGHT, 77661, 17th Bn, Royal Fusiliers. 28 September 1918. Age 19. Son of William John and Emma E. Holland of 85 Crabble Hill, Dover. II B 11

 

NOYON NEW BRITISH CEMETERY

$ANDREWS, Private, RICHARD STEPHEN, 37467, The Queens (Royal West Surrey Regiment) 21 March 1918. I C 7

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