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WWI - At Rest in United Kingdom (A to B)

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 ALDERSHOT MILITARY CEMETERY 

(p) BRADLEY, Lance Corporal, L B, L/4351, 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. 14 May 1915. Son of Mr. F. Bradley of 26 Kitchener Rd, Dover. AF 1884 

(p) HANNAFORD, Driver, WILLIAM HENRY, 1855197, 1st Field Sqdn, Royal Engineers. 18 January 1921. Age 33. Son of the late Mr and Mrs James Hannaford of Dover; husband of Julia Hannaford of Eadestown, Rathmore, Naas, Co. Kildare. R 369 

(p) HAYMAN, Private, GEORGE ARTHUR, SS/20030, Army Service Corps. 5 November 1915. Age 46. Husband of Alice Grace Sutton (formerly Hayman) of Waldershare Rectory, Whitfield, Dover. AF 1932 M 

(p) MAY, Private, JOHN, D/29671, 4th, Reserve Cavalry Regiment. Died of pneumonia 16 November 1918. Age 19. Son of Mrs M. May of 4 Charlton Avenue, Dover, and the late Staff S Maj G. H. May. Old Boy of Duke of York's Royal Military School. AF 2133 


BARNSLEY CEMETERY
 

GILBERTSON, Serjeant, GEORGE, 13/1063, 13th Bn, York and Lancaster Regiment. 18 July 1915. Age 46. Son of Thomas and Anne Gilbertson; husband of Ellen Gilbertson of 11 Norman St, Dover. L 197
 

BECKENHAM CREMATORIUM AND CEMETERY

EASTON, Gerald Clifford, Sussex Z/655, was an ordinary seaman. Serving in the RN Volunteer Researve at the RN Depot, Crystal Palace, he died on 9 October 1918 aged 18. Born in Dover on 2 August 1900, he was the son of Clifford I and Nellie L Easton, from 14 Alexandra Road, Worthing. In 1901 he and his mother were at the home of his mother's father  at 3 Elmwood Road, Croydon. Mr Bower was a widower and retired bank clerk, and with him also were his daughters Emily, aged 36, and Ada, aged 20 Grave reference W5 7687 Su

 

BIRMINGHAM (YARDLEY) CEMETERY 

(p) $LEEDS, Serjeant, FRED, 29546, Signal Depot (Fenny Stratford) Royal Engineers. 8 February 1917. Husband of Ada A. Leeds of 19 Leyburne Rd, Dover. Born Dover. B 24163 


BOBBING (ST. BARTHOLOMEW) CHURCHYARD
 (near Sittingbourne)

WINCH, Private, OSBORNE ETHELBERT, G/13289, 1st Bn, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). Attested as a fruit salesman from 6 Dental Terrace, Key Street, Sittingbourne. Died of wounds 30 April 1917. Husband of Elsie Agnes Winch of 25 Liverpool St, Dover. Passed instruction, considered fit for rank of corporal. Suffered gunshot wounds to head and right hip (fracture) on 20 April 1917, transferred to England on Cambria, died from pneumonia. South-East Part 


BRADFORD (SCHOLEMOR) CEMETERY

$MITCHELL, DAVID HENRY, 8 April 1919. Screen Wall III C 2085


BROMPTON CEMETERY
 (London, near Chelsea Football club)

(p)$CROFT, Serjeant, WILLIAM JOHN, 7916, "A" Coy. 1st Bn, Gloucestershire Regiment. 27 November 1914. Age 29. Son of Charles and Emily Croft; husband of Emma Eloie Adamthwaite (formerly Croft) of 38 St. Vincent St, Southsea, Portsmouth. Born Dover. N 172724


BROOKWOOD MILITARY CEMETERY, Surrey

(p)ALLEN, Ernest Glyn 9521 Private The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 2nd Bn. Age: 27 Died 10/10/1918 of wounds and buried with full military honours He was the only child of the late John and Miriam Maria Allen christened 16 November 1889 at St Andrews, and the nephew of Mrs Raphael Herring from Dover. He was an old Buckland school and choir boy. Grave XIII B 13A The Dover Express reports that he had joined the Loyal North Lancs Regiment about 13 years previously and served in India some eight years a librarian to the regiment. On the outbreak of war he proceeded to German East Africa where he served through the campaign under General Smuts. The regiment then went to Egypt to recuperate. Private (Corporal?) Allen came to England in November 1917 for two months leave during which he visited old friends in Dover. In February he returned to Egypt and was sent to Palestine were he saw fighting. Later he was sent to France to help in the great offensive under Marshal Foch. In the first attack Corporal Allen was severely wounded in the ankle and thigh and suffered great hardship and privations before reaching a dressing station. He eventually reached London and for some weeks seemed to be making a good recovery but on October 5 1918 septic poisoning set in and he passed away.

Private Allen's name is the second on the headstone; above him is commemorated Serjeant Beckanovitch of 1st Division Serbian Volunteers who died on 9 October 1918. At the foot of the headstone are the words, "At Rest".

from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

 

 
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