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EAST, HUBERT JAMES. Captain. York and Lancaster Regiment, 1st Bn. Died: Flanders. 10/05/1915. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. East, of "East Lee," Dover. Husband of Mary Vera Hyde Upward (formerly East) of 111, Victoria Drive, Eastbourne. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 36 and 55. Born Dover 1884. 1901; East Lee, Maison Dieu Rd., son of William & Emmie, artist and school art master.

EASTERFIELD, GEORGE. 26171. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 103rd Coy. Died of wounds: France. 01/07/1916. Age 28. Son of George Dennis Easterfield and Adelaide Easterfield, of 5, Riverside Terrace, River, Dover. Kent. Born:  Tonbridge, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  River, Dover Kent. Memorial: Thiepval, Pier and Face 5 C and 12 C.  Formerly 3/859, East Kent Regiment. ( The Buffs )

EAVES, ALFRED THOMAS. Lieutenant, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) 10th Bn. Died: France. 03/10/1916. Memorial: Thiepval. Pier and Face 5 D and 6 D. Teacher at Dover Grammar School and Scoutmaster at St. Martins. DGS Old boy 1901-1902

EDMOND, EDWIN JAMES. 544010. Royal Engineers, 2nd/1st Bn. (Cinque Ports), Died: Home. 20/05/1917. Age 35. Son of Robert and Emma Edmond. Husband of Ethel Nelly Edmond, of 6, Military Rd. Dover. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: St. Mary`s, Dover Kent. Ref: K. E. 26.  Born Dover 1882, Edward James Edmond, son of Edward & Emma, Dover Police Constable

EDWARDS, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Artificer Engineer, Royal Navy. H.M.S. Flirt. Died: 01/06/1916. Age 43. Son of Frederick and Mary Edwards, of Dover. Husband of Lottie Victoria Edwards, of The Royal Hotel, Sheerness. Cemetery: Sheerness, Isle of Sheppey. Ref: V. 221.

ELLENDER, REGINALD ALFRED. 495231. Royal Army Medical Corps, 53rd Stat. Hosp. Died: North Russia. 02/07/1918, pneumonia. Age 31. Awards: MM. Son of Joseph William and Elisabeth Ellender. Husband of Olive May Ellender, of 208, Folkestone Rd. Dover Kent. Born at Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Sittingbourne, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Murmansk New British Cemetery. Ref: A. 9. Dover Grammar School boy 1905-1907. Joined 1914 RAMC 2nd Home Counties. Born Dover (Hougham) 1886. 1901; 31 Priory Rd., son of Joseph & Elizabeth, grocerís carman

ELLIS, C.E.               No information currently available.  

ELLIS, Ernest Benjamin  Stoker 1st Class, HMS Racoon. Died 9/1/1918. Born Dover 1898. 1901; 9 Finnisís Hill (Limekiln St.), son of George & Eliza, railway gate keeper. 1912; 15 Finnisís Hill

ELLIS, GEORGE ALFRED. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 1st Bn. Killed in action. France. 13/09/1914. Husband of Amy E. Ellis, of 60, Oswald Rd. Buckland, Dover. Kent. Born:  Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk. Enlisted:  Maidstone, Kent. Memorial:  La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial.

ELVERSON, RONALD WHIDBORNE. Lieutenant, East Surrey Regiment. 9th Bn. Died: 25/09/1918. Memorial: Vis-En-Artois Memorial. Panel 6. Born Kensington, London 1890. 1901; 12 Victoria Park, Dover, son of Hamilton & Anna, retired Major of Infantry (Major Elverson died Dover 1904).

ERRY, THOMAS HERBERT. T.F. 202273. Duke of Cambridges Own.(Middlesex Regiment). 1/7th Bn. Killed in action:  03/05/17. France & Flanders. Enlisted:  Hornsey, Middlesex. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Not found on the C.W.G.C. website.

EVANS, A.W.                      No information currently available. 1914 HMS Erne, Royal Navy. Transferred to HMS Recruit.  Dover Grammar School boy 1906-8.

EVANS, E.A.                        No information currently available.

EVANS, SAMUEL VICTOR DUKE. TF/202203. Middlesex Regiment, 1st/7th Bn. Killed in action. France. 24/09/1916. Age 20. Son of Major F. and Mrs. E. A. Evans, of 30, Vale View Rd. Dover. Born:  Ceylon, India. Enlisted:  Sevenoaks, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Thiepval, Pier and Face 12 D and 13 B. Dover War Memorial:  Lists,  V. S. Evans. Soldiers Died CD: Lists,   Samuel Victor Evans. 1912; 30 Vale View Rd. 

EVERALL, EDWARD HENRY. 233891. Able Seaman, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Aboukir." Died: 22/09/1914. Age 26. Son of Freeman and Ellen Everall, of 19, Vale View Rd. Dover. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 2.  (H.M.S. Aboukir, was hit by a single torpedo and sank 22nd Sept 1914.)

EVERSFIELD, FREDERICK. J/12826. Able Seaman, Royal Navy. H.M. S/M "D6." Died: 24/06/1918. Age 24. Husband of Kathleen Christina Eversfield, of 19, St. James Rd. Carshalton, Surrey. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial, Ref: 28. Born Dover 1895. Alexandra Cottages, Tower St, Dover 1901. Son of Mary.

FAGGETHER, WILLIAM ARTHUR, 7217. 9th (Queen's Royal) Lancers. Died: Flanders. 20/05/1915.  Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 5.  W.A.FAGGETTER. on the Dover Memorial. Christ Church memorial

FAIRWEATHER, WILLIAM HENRY. K/6889. Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Aboukir." Died: 22/09/1914. Age 24. Son of William Henry and Catherine Julia Fairweather, of Dover, Kent. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. H.M.S. Aboukir, was hit by a single torpedo and sank 22nd Sept 1914. Born Dover 1890. 1901; 1 Flying Horse Lane, son of William & Catherine, railway engine driver. 1912; Mrs Fairweather, 1 Flying Horse Lane

FARLEY, HARRY WILLIAM. Lieutenant, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 8th Bn. Died:France. 24/04/1918. Memorial: Arras. Bay 7.Born Folkestone (Elham) 1894. 45 Townwall St, Dover Kent. 1901 (living with Uncle Edwin Farley, dairyman & shopkeeper)1912 1, Townwall St. (dairy) 1912. Herne Villa, Folkestone Rd. (home).

FARRELL, WILLIAM HENRY. 3732. Rifle Brigade, 9th Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 25/09/1915. Age 25. Son of Ellen Farrell, of 66, Wyndham Rd. Tower Hamlets, Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent, Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate, Panel 46-48 and 50.

FARRETT, E.             No information currently available.

FENNELL, JOHN THOMAS. 737. Chief Petty Officer (Pensioner), Royal Navy. (RFR/CH/A/907). H.M.S. "Aboukir." Died: 22/09/1914. Age 46. Son of John Benjamin and Charlotte Fennell, of Dover; husband of Eleanor Mary Fennell, of 6, Dunnett Rd. Cheriton, Folkestone, Kent. 23 years R.N. and 10 years R.F.R. Service. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial, REF; 1.  (H.M.S. Aboukir, was hit by a single torpedo and sank 22nd Sept 1914.)

FILES, ALFRED WILLIAM GEORGE. 46419. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 4th Coy. Killed in action: Flanders. 10/10/1917. Age 25. Son of Annie Elizabeth Kirk, of 123, Heathfield Avenue, Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Tyne Cot, Panel 154 to 159 and 163A.

FINN, THOMAS GEORGE. G/7711. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) 10th Bn. Killed in action: France. Son of Mrs. S. A. Finn, of 114, Clarendon St. Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Canterbury, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Thiepval, Pier and Face 5D and 6D. Christ Church memorial

FISHWICK, Maurice Rendall               Born Bideford, Devon 1890. Dover Grammar School boy 1905-1909. Sgt in Devon Regt joined 1915. Missing from 26/10/1917 at Passchendale

FLEMING, PERCY ALEC. 42543. Essex Regiment, 11th Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 28/05/1918. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Tyne, Cot. Panel 98 to 99.    Formerly: 9215, Royal West Kent.  Born 1898 Dover. 1901; 8 Adrian St., son of Elizabeth, charwoman. 

FOGG, ARTHUR CHARLES. 65084. Company Serjeant Major, Royal Fusiliers. "A" Coy. 13th Bn. Died of wounds. France & flanders. 16/04/1918. Age 19. Son of Henrietta Sarah Fogg, of 104, Mayfield Avenue, Dover, and the late P. C. Norman Fogg. Born:  Charlton, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover Kent. Residence:  Dover Kent. Cemetery: St, Amand British Cemetery Ref: II A. 2. Formerly: The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 1st. Bn. ( Brother of FOGG, Albert Frank. below. ) 

FOGG, ALBERT FRANK. L/9203. Serjeant, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) "A" Coy. 2nd Bn. Killed in action: France. 28/09/1915. Age 21. Eldest son of Norman and Henrietta Sarah Fogg, of 104, Mayfield Avenue, Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Canterbury, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Loos. Panel 15 to 19.

FOREMAN, FREDERICK. 7606. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry. 2nd Bn. Killed in action: France. 25/09/1915. Born:  Buckland, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Ramsgate, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Loos. Panel 83 to 85. Born Buckland 1894. 1901; ironworks labourer, 45 Tower St, son of Frederick, carterís labourer.

FOREMAN, WILLIAM HENRY. Driver, Mercantile Marine Reserve. R.F. Aux. Dapper. Died: 05/10/1916. Age 46. Husband of C. Foreman, of 15, Pretoria Rd. Buckland, Dover. Cemetery: Buckland, Dover Kent. D. 2196. Born Minster 1867 (age 49 when he died). 1981; apprentice & cook on fishing boat ĎChallengerí, in Suffolk

FOSTER, F.               No information currently available.

FORTH, WILLIAM STAVELEY. 87575. Middlesex Regiment, 18th Bn. Killed in action: France & Flanders. 06/07/1918. Age 38. Son of Elizabeth Forth, of 5, Church Rd. Temple Ewell, Dover, and the late George Frederick Samuel Forth. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Canterbury, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Hagle Dump. Ref: I. H. 4.

FOWLER, ALFRED THOMAS. Canteen Server, Admiralty Civilian. H.M.S. "Hampshire." Died: 05/06/1916. Age 18. Son of Mrs. M. A. Belsey, of 4, Limekiln St. Dover. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 20. (5th June 1916, H.M.S. Hampshire had struck a German mine and sunk. The bodies of over 100 officers and men were recovered from the sea and were interred into one common grave where they now lay to rest at the Lyness Cemetery, Hoy, Orkney.). Born Dover 1897. 1901; 16 Hawkesbury St., son of Mary, widow, charwoman

FOX, JOHN COLLON. 225495. Northamptonshire Regiment, 5th Bn. Killed in action: France & Flanders. 06/04/1918. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Senlis Communal Cemetery Extension. I. D. 22.  Born Dover 1885. 1901; 39 Granville St., son of William & Elizabeth, baker

FRAMPTON, WILLIAM JOHN GOULBOURN S. Captain, East Lancashire Regiment.2nd Bn. Killed in action. Killed in action.  24/04/1918. Age 32. Son of Col. W. P. Frampton (late 59th Foot), and Mrs. Bayer Frampton, of Newton Hall, Clitheroe, Yorks. Memorial: Pozieres Memorial. Panel 42 and 43. (Soldiers died CD: Lists the name as, W. J. G. Shipdern Frampton,). Born Dover 1885, son of William, born Dover 1839, Colonel of 30th Foot, and Mary Beatrice. 1901; pupil at Wellington College, Crowthorne. Parents William John and Mary B. Frampton at The Lodge, Park Avenue, Dover, retired Colonel.

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN, 164423. Able Seaman, Royal Navy. (RFR/CH/B/3262). H.M.S. "Aboukir." Died: 22/09/1914. Age 40. Son of Benjamin Samuel Franklin, of George St., Buckland, Dover. Husband of Kate Franklin, of 10, Ethelbert Rd. Tower Hamlets, Dover, Kent. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 2.  H.M.S. Aboukir, was hit by a single torpedo and sank 22nd Sept 1914. Born Dover 1873. 1901; Able Seaman, R.N., 6 Ethelbert Rd., son of Mary, widow, shirt washer

FRANKLIN, THOMAS HENRY. 5187. Leicestershire Regiment, 3rd/5th Bn. Died: Home. 17/05/1916. Age 40. Son of Benjamin Franklin, of Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Loughborough, Leics. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Hipswell, St, John Churchyard. Ref: 23. 3.  Brother of Benjamin Franklin: Born Dover 1876. 1901; fire hawker (?), 6 Ethelbert Rd., son of Mary, widow, shirt washer

FRANKS, R .S. Second Lieutenant, East Surrey Regiment. 8th Bn. attd. 1st Bn. Died: 12/10/1917.  Memorial: Tyne Cot, Flanders. Panel: 79 to 80 and 163A.

FREEMAN, CHARLES WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER. K/15937. Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Pathfinder." Died: 05/09/1914. Age 22. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Freeman, of 47, Primrose Rd. Buckland, Dover. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 5.  (H.M.S. Pathfinder, was Sunk by the German submarine U 21. 5th September 1914.) 1912; H.E. Freeman, 18 Lansdowne Cottages, Union Rd.

FRENCH, HENRY JOHN. 237873. Able Seaman, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Pathfinder." Died: 05/09/1914. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 2.  (H.M.S. Pathfinder, was Sunk by the German submarine U 21. 5th September 1914.). Born Dover 1888. 1901; son of Arthur & Ada, licenced victualer, Three Cups Inn, Crabble Hill, Dover. 1912; A.H. French, Green Dragon Inn, Strond St.

FRIEND, JOSEPH BERTIE. Second Lieutenant, The King's (Liverpool Regiment). 17th Bn. attd. 13th Bn. Died: France. 21/08/1918. Age 29. Son of Joseph Bertie and Mary Isabel Friend, of 7, Priory Gate Rd. Dover, Kent. Memorial: Vis-En-Artois. Panel 3 and 4.

FRIEND, WILLIAM ROBERT. G/235. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), "C" Coy. 1st Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 02/08/1918. Age 21. Son of James and Sarah Ann Friend, of 4, Maxton Hill Cottages, Folkestone Rd. Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence, Dover, Kent. Memorial: Tyne Cot. Panel 17.

FRY, HORACE. 291257. Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy. (RFR/CH/B/7348). H.M.S. "Aboukir." Died: 22/09/1914. Age 34. Son of George and Ellen Fry, of 19, Crabble Hill, Buckland, Dover. Husband of Adelaide Henrietta Fry, of 5, Pretoria Terrace, Buckland, Dover. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 5. (H.M.S. Aboukir, was hit by a single torpedo and sank 22nd Sept 1914.)

FULLER, WILLIAM EDWARD. 7809. Band Serjeant, Gordon Highlanders. 2nd Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 04/10/1917. Age 31. Son of the late John and Susanah Fuller. Husband of Jane Flora Fuller, of Crabble Farm House, Crabble, Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: London. Memorial: Tyne Cot. Panel 135 to 136.

FUSSELL, WILLIAM BILLINGHAM. 8247. Royal Berkshire Regiment, 1st Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 04/11/1914. Age 22. Son of the late William Bellingham Fussell and Beatrice A. M. Fussell. Husband of Mrs. L H. Fussell, of 104, Mayfield Avenue, Dover, Kent Born:  Longford, Ireland. Enlisted:  Dublin. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 45.

FYRTH, ALBERT JOHN. G/11923. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), "D" Coy. 8th Bn. Killed in action. Flanders. 10/06/1917. Age 24. Son of John and Emma Fyrth, of 84, Wyndham Rd. Tower Hamlets, Dover, Kent. Born:  Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey. Enlisted:  Canning Town, Essex. Residence:  Poplar, E.14. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 45 and 47.

GABBE, A.C.G.                 No information currently available.

GAGE, WILFRED ROY. T/2356. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 1st/5th Bn. Killed in action: 07/01/1916. Born:  St Margarets, Dover Kent. Elisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Amara War Cemetery. XXXI. C. 3.  Theatre of War:   M.E.F. Born St. Margarets 1895. 1901; Connaught Cottages, St. Margarets, son of George R. & Caroline, general labourer. 1912; George R. Gage, 6 Matthews Place, Dover.

GALE, LEONARD FRANK. J/8830. Able Seaman, Royal Navy. H.M. Submarine L.11. Died: 03/01/1919. Age 26. Son of George and Annie Gale, of Dorking. Husband of Nellie Rosina Gale, of 13, De Burgh St. Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Charlton, Dover Kent. Ref: Y. S. 9.

GANDY, FRANK REGINALD GEORGE. 7137. London Regiment, 1st/19th Bn. Killed in action: France. 02/10/1916. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Thiepval. Pier and Face 9 D 9 C 13C and 12C.  Formerly: 2888, 4th East Kent Regt. Born Dover 1897. 1901; 76 Biggin St., British Queen pub, son of Ernest & Emilie, licenced victualler

GATEHOUSE, Edward William SS/103285. Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy. H.M.S. Blonde. Died: 11/09/1916. Age 28. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Gatehouse, of Shakespeare Colliery, Dover. Kent. Cemetery: Charlton, Dover Kent. Ref: Z. N. 1. Born Dover 1888. 1901; blacksmiths boy, 89 Limekiln St., son of Charles & Elizabeth, miner-sinker 

GATEHOUSE, WILLIAM.  JAMES. 16618/DA. Deck Hand, Royal Naval Reserve. H.M. Trawler, King's Grey. Died: 26/09/1918. Age 39. Husband of Mrs. E. M. Gatehouse, of 14, Lowther Rd. Tower Hamlets, Dover, Kent. Cemetery: St, James`s, Dover Kent. Ref: O. V. 9. 1912; Mrs Gatehouse, 14 Lowther Rd.

GATES, HORACE JOHN. Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. 16th Wing. Died: 19/11/1917. Age 26. Son of William Henry and Norah Amy Gates, of 197, Folkestone Rd. Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Struma Military Cemetery. Ref:  I. X. 3.

GATES, THOMAS JAMES GEORGE. London Z/7117. Telegraphist, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. H.M. "P.36" Died: 10/10/1918. Age 20. Son of James Thomas Gates and Caroline Frances Gates, of 58, Nightingale Rd. Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Haslar, Royal Naval Cemetery. Ref: E. 33. 8.

GEARD, F.J.P. Service No 47. Corporal, Royal Flying Corps. 5th Sqdn. Died: 18/08/1914. Age 22. Born at Mottingham. Son of John and Emily Geard, of 36, Lascelles Rd. Maxton, Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Peronne Communal Cemetery.  

GIBBONS, RICHARD GEORGE EDWARD. Carpenter, Mercantile Marine Reserve. H.M. Yacht, James Fletcher. Died: 02/11/1918. Age 39. Husband of E. A. Gibbons, of 10, Guildford Lawn, Dover. Cemetery: St, James`s, Dover Kent. Ref: T. I. 13. 1912; Mrs Gibbons, 10 Guilford Lawn.

GIBBS, P.             

GILLHAM, FREDERICK HORACE. M/4581. Sick Berth Attendant 1st Class, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Lion." Died: 31/05/1916. Age 21. Son of William and Jane Gillham, of 162, Union Road, Buckland, Dover, Kent. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 18.  (H.M.S. Lion, 31 May 1916. took part in Battle of Jutland.  Hit by 13, 12 inch and 1, 5.9 inch shell with 99 killed and 51 injured. )

GILL, THOMAS HENRY. K/25136. Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Derwent." Died: 02/05/1917. Age 23. Son of Henry A. and Emma Gill, of 132, Union Rd. Buckland, Dover, Kent. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial. Ref: 23. (H.M.S. Derwent, was Mined and sunk off Le Havre on 2nd May 1917.) 1912; H.A. Gill, 6 Alpine Cottages, Union Road

GLAYZER, FRANK. L/11072. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), 6th Bn. Killed in action: France. 27/08/1918. Age 19. Son of Mr. P. F. and Mrs. C. Glayzer, of 15, Winchelsea Terrace, Dover, Kent (and 1912). Born:  Rochester, Kent. Enlisted:  Canterbury, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Meaulte Military Cemetery. Ref: F. 3.

GLEESON, AUGUSTINE. L/11429. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 10th Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 07/06/17. Born:  Brighton, Sussex. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent in Army Service Corps. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 45 and 47.   Formerly:  S/26733, R.A.S.C. Dover Grammar School boy 1906-1908. Born Brighton 1892, son of Patrick & Elizabeth, Sergeant in Dragoons. 1901; 10 Randolph Gardens, Salisbury Rd., Dover, son of Elizabeth, widow. 1912; Mrs. Gleeson, 1 Albert Rd.

GODDEN,A.                          No information currently available.

GODDEN,H.                           No information currently available.

GODDEN, STEPHEN THOMAS. 208179. Royal Field Artillery, "B" Bty. 74th Bde. Died of wounds: France. 23/10/1918. Age 40. Son of Eliza Godden, of 18, Park St. Dover Kent. Husband of Florence Godden, of 57, Montern Rd. Forest Hill, London. Enlisted:  Horley, Surrey. Residence:  Smallfields, Surrey. Cemetery: Mont Huon Military Cemetery, Le Treport. Ref: VIII. M. 5B.

GODFREY, CHARLES WILLIAM. 119576. Royal Garrison Artillery, 288th Siege Bty. Killed in action: Flanders. 20/06/1917. Age 32. Husband of Edith K. Godfrey, of 6, Empire Terrace, College Rd. Margate, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Margate, Kent. Cemetery: Maple Leaf Cemetery. Ref: K. 7. Born Dover 1884. 1901; St. Marys Cemetery Lodge, son of Henry & Mary, Superintendent of Cemetery

GOLDFINCH, EDWARD THOMAS. 27376. Grenadier Guards, 4th Bn. Died of wounds: Flanders. 13/10/1917. Age 28. Son of Thomas Edward and Elizabeth Hammond Goldfinch, of II, Kearsney Avenue, River, Dover. Born:  Alkham, Nr Dover Kent. Memorial: Tyne Cot. Panel 9. Dover Grammar School boy 1904-1905

GOLDFINCH, PHILIP. S4/091033. Corporal, Army Service Corps. 63rd Field Bakery. Died:  Home. 27/11/1915. Age 23. Son of W. P. and A. Goldfinch. of Dover, Kent. Born:  Charlton, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Shepherdswell, Nr Dover Kent. Cemetery: Charlton, Dover Kent. Ref: Z. L. 22.

GOLDSACK, EDWARD JOHN. G/39959. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) 7th Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 10/08/1917. Age 29. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Goldsack, of Dover. Husband of May Beatrice Geary (formerly Goldsack), of 59, High St. Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 11-13 and 14. 1912; H.G. Goldsack, 125 Heathfield Ave.

GOLDSMITH, HARRY. J/27719. Able Seaman, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Raglan." Died: 20/01/1918. Age 21. Son of Henry and Emma Elizabeth Goldsmith, of 3, Sea View Terrace, Buckland, Dover, Kent. Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial.Ref: 28. (HMS Raglan was sunk On the Morning of the 20th January 1920. she lost a total of 127 dead.)

GOLDSTRAW, GERALD PARKER. 19483. Royal Fusiliers, 26th Bn. Killed in action: France. 04/10/1916. Born:  Pembroke Dock. Enlisted:  Portsmouth. Residence:  Dover. Memorial: Thiepval. Pier and Face 8 C 9 A. and 16A.

GOODWIN, FREDERICK GEORGE. 260089. Royal Sussex Regiment, "A" Coy. 9th Bn. Died of wounds. France. 01/06/1918. Age 29. Son of Henry Holtum Goodwin and Clara Eliza Goodwin, of Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Pernes British Cemetery. Ref: II. E. 43. Dover Grammar School boy 1901-1905. Born Dover 1888. 1901; 3 East St., son of Henry and Clara, baker. 1912; H.H. Goodwin, baker, 3 East St.

GOULD, REUBEN. L/7328. Serjeant. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 1st Bn. Killed in action. France. 22/07/1916. Age 35. Husband of Mrs. C. E. Cheeseman (formerly Gould), of 6, Woolcomber Lane, Dover, Kent. Born:  Bethnal Green, London. Enlisted:  London, Middlesex. Cemetery: Caterpillar Valley, Longueval. Ref: XIV. 

GRANT, FRANK. Service No: Bristol Z/3424. Able Seaman, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Howe Bn. R.N. Div. Died: 26/10/1917. Awards: MM. Memorial: Tyne Cot. Panel 2 to 3 and 162 to 162A.

GRANT, HENRY ALFRED. 33006. Norfolk Regiment, 1st Bn. Killed in action: France & Flanders. 26/04/1918. Age 31. Son of Henry and Susan Jane Grant, of Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Putney, Surrey. Cemetery: Tannay British Cemetery, Thiennes. Plot 2. Row A. Grave 11.

GRAVES, FRANCIS GEORGE. Second Lieutenant, Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment). Died 20/09/1917. Born Dover 1895. Dover Grammar School boy 1907-1909

GRAVES, HENRY KNOTT. 4546. Royal Engineers, 88th Field Coy. Died: Mesopotamia. 13/10/1918. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Basra War Cemetery. Ref: I. Q. 1.    Formerly: 88th Field Coy, R.E. Born Dover 1888

GRAY, HEWITT. 593468. Serjeant, London Regiment (London Irish Rifles) 18th Bn. Died: Flanders: 06/12/1917. Born:  Hythe: Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Westoutre British Cemetery. Ref: B. 2. Formerly:  146, 4th Buffs.  Born New Romney 1883. 1901; assistant postman, 45 Winchelsea St., Dover, son of William & Annie, general labourer. 1912; Hewitt Gray, 8 Eaton Rd., Dover

GREEN, HERBERT DAVID. L/11377. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) 1st Bn. Killed in action: France. 23/04/1917. Born:  Chesterfield, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Arras. Bay 2.  Formerly:  T/30700. A.S.C.

GREEN, RICHARD WILLIAM. 31249. Private, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) 50th Coy. Died of wounds: France. 13/11/1916. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Folkestone, Kent. Residence: Shorncliffe, Folkestone Kent. Cemetery: St, Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen.Ref: O. I. R. 2.    Formerly: G/8525, East Kent Regt. Born Dover 1888. 1901; 13 Trevanion St (and 1912), son of Alice, widow, housemaid (domestic)

GREGORY, ALFRED FREDRICK. 358468. Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. 352nd Siege Bty. Killed in action: France. 03/06/1917. Age 23. Son of Walter and Caroline Gregory, of 18, Widred Rd. Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Pont-De-Nieppe Communal Cemetery. Ref: II. D. 7.

GRIFFITHS, JAMES THOMAS. 593368. Rifleman, London Regiment (London Irish Rifles) 1st/18th Bn. Killed in action: France. 21/03/1918. Born:  Cardiff, Wales. Enlisted:  Canterbury, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Arras. Bay 10. Formerly:  4185 4th Buffs.

GRIFFITHS,T.                        No information currently available.

GRIGSON, ALFRED HENRY. 5717. 11th (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars, Died of Wounds: France & Flanders. 14/05/1915. Born: Ipswich. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord). Ref: I. A. 94.

GRIGSON, W.E.                No information currently available. Serjeant 43400. Died 01/04/1918. Royal Dublin Fusiliers United Kingdom P. IX. I. 4B. ST. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN

GROUNSELL, F.G. 910213. Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery. 215th Bty. Died: 31/05/1919. Age 24. Son of George and Rebecca Grounsell, of "Belmont" Lower Rd. River, Dover. Kent. Memorial: KirKee 1914-1918 Memorial. Face 1.

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