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CASUALTIES ON THE TOWN MEMORIAL

Surnames P to R 

PACKER, BERTIE C.          Rifleman, King's Royal Rifle Corps and London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles) Date of Death: 05/11/1918. Born 1899 South Preston, Kent. 1901; Preston, Faversham, son of Edward M. and Kate Ann, time keeper at mining machinery factory. 1912; E.M. Packer, 16 Stanhope Rd., Dover. Brother of Ernest below

PACKER, ERNEST WALTER. 68906. Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery. "D" Bty. 62nd Bde. Killed in action: France. 29/07/1916. Age 20. Son of Edward Maurice Packer and the late Ann Packer, of 39, Eton Rd. Newport, Mon. Born at Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Maidstone, Kent. Residence:  Maidstone, Kent. Cemetery: Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz. Ref: X. E. 3. Born 1895 Ospringe, Kent. 1901; Preston, Faversham, son of Edward M. and Kate Ann, time keeper at mining machinery factory. 1912; E.M. Packer, 16 Stanhope Rd., Dover. Brother of Bertie above

PALMER, GEORGE THOMAS. G/5181. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 8th Bn. Died of wounds: France. 19/08/1916. Born:  Alkham, Nr Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Thiepval. Pier and Face 5 D.

PALMER, STEPHEN JOHN ALEXANDER, S/7023. Lance Serjeant, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment). 7th Bn. Killed in action: Flanders, 16/07/1917. Age 20. Son of Mrs. Harriett Palmer, of 204, Union Rd. Buckland, Dover, Kent. Born:  River, Nr Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 11 – 13 and 14.  Formerly:  10174, The BUFFS, East Kent Regiment.

PALMER, THOMAS WILLIAM. S/7967. Rifleman. Rifle Brigade. 8th Bn. Killed in action: France. 15/09/1916. Age 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Palmer, of 26, Lansdown Rd. Canterbury, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: London. Residence: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Guards` Cemetery, Lesboeufs. Ref: VI. R. 4.

PARKER, A G.                        No information currently available.

PARKER, D.                            Dover Grammar School boy 1906-1907. Enlisted in 8th Batt. Winnipeg Rifles. Listed as missing

PARKER, GEORGE WILLIAM GARDINER, G/9297. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 6th Bn. Killed in action: France. 03/07/1916. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Thiepval. Pier and Face 5 D.

PARSONS, R S.                    Lieut-Commander, Royal Navy, Hood Bn. R.N. Date of Death: 04/06/1915

PARSONS, STANLEY JAMES. 8213. Serjeant, East Surrey Regiment. 9th Bn. Killed in action: France & Flanders. 24/12/1916. Age 19. Son of William and Harriett Parsons, of 10, Bartholomew St. Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: London. Residence: Sevenoaks, Kent. Cemetery: Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe. Ref: II. A. 4.

PARSONS, WILLIAM CHARLES. L/8432. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 1st Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 20/10/1914. Age 27. Son of William and Harriett Parsons, of 10, Bartholomew St. Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Buckland, Dover Kent. Memorial: Ploegsteert. Panel 2.

PATTISON, EDWARD STEPHEN. 177356. Leading Seaman, Royal Navy. H.M.S. Pembroke. Died: 14/03/1918. Age 39. Awarded Africa General Service Medal (Somaliland Clasp). Son of Frederick and Ellen Pattison, of Dover, Kent. Husband of Marion Pattison, of 96, Norwich Rd. Ipswich. Served in the Dardanelles on H.M.S. "Implacable.". Cemetery: St, James`s, Dover Kent. Ref: L. V. 15. Christ Church memorial. 1912; Fred. Pattison, 112 Clarendon St., Dover

PEARCE, GEORGE THOMAS. S/172. Lance Serjeant, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 3rd Bn. Died: 04/10/1918. Age 46. Husband of Ellen J. Pearce, of 9, Union Row, Military Hill, Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Dover (St, Mary`s) New Cemetery. Ref: E. J. 17.

PERRY-AYSCOUGH, HENRY GEORGE CHARLES                  Captain, Connaught Rangers, 4th Bn. Secondary Regiment: Royal Irish Rifles. Age: 40 Date of Death: 25/09/1915 Additional information: Son of the late Rev. G. B. Perry-Ayscough and the Hon. E. S. Perry-Ayscough. Served in the South African Campaign and West African Frontier Force.

Co-author of “With the Russians in Mongolia” with Captain R.B. Otter-Barry, published 1914. Son of The Rev. George Booth Perry-Ayscough, Vicar of Brabourne and Rector of Monks Horton, Kent (died 1885),  and Emma Sophia Parnell, daughter of Baron Congleton (died 1910). Commissioned 1900 with the South Cork Light Infantry Militia. Born Brabourne 1875. 1891; school boy, 94 Maison Dieu Rd., Dover, son of Emma, widow, living on own means (moved to Dover 1886). 1881; Brabourne Vicarage, George and Emma Perry (no Ayscough)

PETTET, WILLIAM. Private, Royal Sussex Regiment. 2nd Bn. Died of wounds: France. 25/10/1918. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Canterbury, Kent. Cemetery: Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy. II. A. 35. Born Dover 1893. 1901; 1 Herbert St., Dover, son of Frederick R. and Rosina, fruiterer & grocer. 1912; 4 Chapel Hill

PHILLIPS, OWEN, 217302. Able Seaman, Royal Navy. H.M.S. "Bulwark.". Died: 26/11/1914. Age 30. Husband of Alice Louisa Gregory (formerly Phillips), of 33, Wyndham Rd. Dover, Kent. Memorial: Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Ref: 2

The four PHIPPS`S below are all brothers.

PHIPPS, CHARLES. G/5360. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 7th Bn. Killed in action: France. 01/07/1916. Age 30. Son of Mr and Mrs J. W. Phipps, of 49, Military Rd Dover, Kent. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Sittingbourne, Kent. Residence:  Milton Regis, Kent. Memorial: Thiepval. Pier and face 5 D.

PHIPPS, EDWARD ARTHUR. 32107. Private, South Lancashire Regiment. "A" Coy. 7th Bn. Killed in action: Flanders, 03/08/1917. Age 29. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phipps, of 49, Military Rd., Dover, Kent. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 37.

PHIPPS, JAMES WILLIAM, 32108. Private, South Lancashire Regiment. 2nd Bn. Killed in action:  Flanders. 21/08/1918. Age 35. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phipps, Or 49, Military Rd., Dover. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Tyne Cot. Panel 92 to 93 and 162A.

PHIPPS, FREDERICK EDWARD, 8713. Lance Corporal, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 2nd Bn. Died of Wounds: France & Flanders. 05/04/1915. Age 31. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Phipps, of 66, Snargate St., Dover, Kent. Born:  St Marys, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Canterbury, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen. Ref: A. 7. 10.

PHIPPS, J.                          No information currently available.

PIDDINGTON, WILLIAM THOMAS. CH/812. Serjeant, Royal Marine Light Infantry. R.M. Depot (Deal), Died: 05/02/1915. Age 54. Son of William and Susannah Piddington, of Woolwich. Husband of Mary A. E. Piddington, of 26, Marine Parade, Dover,  Kent. Cemetery: St, James`s, Dover Kent. Ref: W. K. 9. Born Woolwich 1860. 1901; 4 Beresford Terrace, Elms Vale Road, Dover, military bandmaster

PIERCE, ALFRED CHARLES HENRY. 9284. Private. The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. "A" Coy. 1st Bn. Died: 05/10/1917. Age 28. Son of Alfred James Pierce, of 1, Edgar Crescent, Buckland, Dover, Kent. and the late Eliza Betsey Pierce. Cemetery: Buckland, Dover Kent. Ref: 1335.

PIERCE, ARTHUR EDMUND. TF/3190. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 2nd/4th Bn. Died: Egypt. 19/12/1915. Age 29. Son of William and Annie Peirce, of Brook Villa, River, Dover. Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: River, Dover Kent. Cemetery: Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, Ref: B. 4.

PIERCE, SAMUEL. 9810. Private, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 2nd Bn. Died: Persian Gulf. 26/08/1915. Age 24. Son of the late Alfred James Pierce, of 1, Edgar Crescent, Dover, Kent. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Canterbury, Kent. Cemetery: Amara War Cemetery. Ref: V. D. 14.

PIGGOTT, H.                                  No information currently available.

PIGGOTT, HENRY WILLIAM. G/5853. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) "D" Coy. 1st Bn. Killed in action: France & Flanders. 19/04/1916. Age 23. Son of Mrs. S. Piggott, of 11, Ladywell Place, Dover, Kent (and Joseph, deceased). Born:  Winchelsea, Sussex. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: La Brique Military Cemetery No.2.

PILCHER, C.                                  No information currently available.

PILCHER, GEORGE. G/861. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 1st Bn. Killed in action: France. 08/05/1917. Son of Mr. J. Pilcher, of 77, Snargate St. Dover, Kent. Born: River, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence.  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe.Ref: I. O. 4

PINK, D S.                 Corporal, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), 10th Bn. Age: 20 Date of Death: 02/06/1916 Service No: G/7000 Additional information: Son of Ernest and Edith Morrison Pink, of 26, Fisher St., Maidstone.

PIPER, THOMAS.W. HARTLEY. 910384. Gunner, Royal Field Artillery. 222nd Bde. Died: Mesopotamia. 05/09/1917. Age 24. Son of William and Mary Ann Piper, of 62, North Rd. Hythe, Kent. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Basra. Panel 3 and 60.  Born Dover 1893. 1901; 1 Hill Villas, St. Radigunds Rd. (& 1912), son of William & Mary, jobbing gardener

PODEVIN, G S.                 No information currently available.

PORT, ALBERT GODDARD. Able Seaman, Mercantile Marine. S.S. "Achille Adam" (London). Died: 24/03/1917. Age 24. Son of the late William and Sarah Port. Born at Dover, Kent. Memorial: Tower Hill Memorial. Born Dover 1887 (age 30 at death). 1901; 11 Finnis’s Court, Finnis’s Hill, son of William % Sarah, mariner

PORT, CHARLES WILLIAM. L/7851. Serjeant, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 1st Bn. Died of wounds: France. 08/06/1917. Age 34. Awards: MM.  Husband of A. S. Port, of 63, Penfold Rd. Folkestone. Kent. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Tower Hamlets, Dover Kent. Cemetery: Bethune Town Cemetery. Ref: VI. E. 75.

POTT, DANIEL RICHARD-BARWICK. 910978. Shoeing Smith, Royal Field Artillery. 102nd Bty. Died: India. 19/10/1918. Age 23. Son of Daniel and Emma Pott, of 80, Glenfield Rd. Dover, Kent. (Buried Quetta Govt. Cem. XXXI. 3024.). Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Delhi Memorial (India Gate) Face 1.    Formerly:  ROYAL NAVY.

POTTER, ERNEST EDWARD. 9170. Serjeant, Seaforth Highlanders. 8th Bn. Killed in action: France. 08/04/1917. Born:  Hougham, Nr Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Aldershot, Hants. Cemetery: Faubourg D`Amiens Cemetery, Arras. II. P. 11. Christ Church memorial (As Edward Ernest). (Correction, 13th January 2008 - original notes from Mark continue with "Born Edward Ernest Potter Dover 1877. 1901; coal labourer, 184 Clarendon St., son of Henry & Mary, railway signal fitter." The Dover War Memorial Project is very grateful to a relative, who pointed out that Mr Edward Potter, born in 1877 was not a casualty in the Great War, and that the initial of his middle name was "S". Therefore this detail does not apply to the casualty named on the Dover Town Memorial. Also, we are informed that the correct address for Mr Edward S Potter is 154 Clarendon Street)

POTTER, MAURICE WILLIAM. K387S2. Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy. H.M.S. Pembroke. Died: 08/03/1919. Age 28. Son of John Henry and Fanny Potter, of 4, Marine Place. Dover, Kent. Cemetery: St, James`s, Dover, Kent. N. V. 5. Born Dover 1891. 1901; 12 Hartley St., Dover, son of John & Fanny, navvy

PRESCOT, R                            No information currently available.

PRESCOTT, RICHARD  HENRY. L/16720. A/CPL, ROYAL FUSILIERS.  ( City of London Regiment.) 9th Battalion. Killed in action: France and Flanders. 07/07/1916. Born:  Charlton, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Formerly:  11024, 3RD    (K.O. HUSSARS. ).

PRIEST, ALFRED. 9452. Rifleman, Rifle Brigade. 1st Bn. Killed in action: Flanders, 14/05/1915. Age 29. Son of the late Alfred Priest and of Ellen Priest. Husband of Susanah Ethel Priest, of 7, The Grove, Dover, Kent. Born:  London. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 46 – 48 and 50.

PULLEN, EDWARD RICHARD HOLTUN. B/202213. Rifleman, Rifle Brigade. 12th Bn. Killed in action: France. 23/03/1918. Age 43. Son of John Pullen, of 12, Sturrey Rd. Canterbury. Husband of Ellen Pullen, of 162, Amelia St. Walworth Rd. London. Born:  Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  London. Residence:  Walworth, Surrey. Memorial: Pozieres. Panel 81 to 84.    Formerly:  S/2/SR/03984, R.A.S.C. Born Dover 1878. 1901; 25 Ladywell Place, Dover, son of John and Emily, journeyman baker

PURSER, FREDERICK CHARLES. 200030. Corporal, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 6th Bn. Died of wounds: France & Flanders. 05/04/1918. Age 27. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Purser. Born:  Buckland, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Extension. Ref: II. J. 15. Born Dover 1889. 1901; 6 Moneta Cottages, Union Rd., Dover, son of Joseph & Sarah, gas works labourer

RAWLINGS, GEORGE. G/3929. Corporal, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) 1st Bn. Killed in action: France. Born:  Bow, London. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Loos. Panel 13 to 15. Christ Church memorial

Raysbrook, Ernest A.            Born Dover 1885. Builders Labourer. 10 Eric Rd, Dover 1901. 21, Wyndham Rd. 1912. Son of Frederick & Agnes (basket maker).

READER, F.                          No information currently available.

READER, PERCIVAL STANLEY. 16. Private, 7th Dragoon Guards (Princess Royal's) "D" Sqdn. Killed in action: France. 21/12/1914. Age 27. Son of William Nicholas Reader and Clara Jane Reader, of 13, Buckland Avenue, Dover, Kent. Born:  Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Le Touret Memorial. Panel 1.

READER, REGINALD EDWARD. S/27441. Rifleman, Rifle Brigade. 1st Bn. Died of wounds: France. 17/05/1917. Age 31. Son of William Nicolas and Clara Jane Reader. Husband of Phoebe Clara Reader, of 11, Western Rd. Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Native of Dover, Kent. Born:  Tunbridge wells, Kent. Enlisted:  Brighton. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Etaples Military Cemetery. XVIII. N. 23.     Formerly:  R/30199, K.R.R.C.

REDGATE, GEORGE WILLIAMS            Artificer Engineer, Royal Navy, H.M.S. Racoon Age: 42 Date of Death: 09/01/1918 Additional information: Son of John and Mary Ann Redgate; husband of Helena Redgate, of 1, Ella Rd., Crouch Hill, London. Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead Grave/Memorial Reference: New ground, 285 (at West end). Cemetery:  River (St. Peter’s) Churchyard. Born Dover 1875. 1881; 3 Elizabeth St., Dover, son of John & Mary Ann, engineer & pattern maker. 1891; pattern maker, 3 Bulwark St., Dover, son of John & Mary Ann, pattern maker.

REEDER, Robert  Dover Grammar School boy 1907-1910. Teacher at Barton Road Boys School.  Enlisted with 3rd Btn Artists Rifles. 1916 2nd Lieut 10th Manchesters.. Transferrred to RFC, KIA Flight Commander, 8/1/1918. Son of Lieut in RE (later Captain R.J. Reeder, RE.) Brother of Charles E. Reeder, Corp of Army Schoolmasters. Born 1893 Nova Scotia, Canada. 1901; Cheriton, Folkestone, son of Lilian, soldiers wife, born Shorncliffe

REEVE, W.  D`ARCY.    believed to be:

REEVE, CHARLES D'ARCY EDMUND WENTWORTH. Capt TP. Royal Flying Corps. Secondary Regiment: Suffolk Regiment. Killed: 18/07/1916. Age 21. Son of Mr. C.S. Wentworth Reeve and Beatrice Reeve, of Thorpe Satchville, Melton Mowbray and Livermere Park, Bury St. Edmunds. Cemetery: Great Livermere, St. Peter Churchyard. Ref: North of Church. Born 1895 Ousden, Suffolk. 1901; Great Livermere, son of Charles S.W. & Annie B., retired officer of Hussars

REEVES, EDWARD. 156975. Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. 174th Siege Bty. Died of wounds: France. 17/09/1918. Age 33. Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Reeves, of Dover, Kent. Husband of Mrs. H. E. S. Reeves, of 2, Victoria Dwellings, Dover. Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Heath Cemetery, Harbonnieres. Ref: IX. C. 7.

REEVES, MICHAEL B. 15114. Private. Nationality: South African, South African Infantry. 2nd Regt. Died: France. 15/12/1917. Age 43. Son of Mrs. Mary Thornton Reeves, of London. Husband of Minnie Reeves, of 25, Leathern Rd, Durban, South Africa. Cemetery: Fins New British Cemetery, Sorel-Le-Grand. Ref: III. B. 19. Born London 1875. 1901: 13 Barton Gardens, Dover. South African National. Killed 15/12/1917, Private, SA Infantry, 2nd Regt. Son of Mrs Mary Reeves of London. Husband of Minnie Reeves of Durban, South Africa

REID, ALBERT VICTOR. 149957. Gunner. Royal Garrison Artillery. 265th Siege Bty. Died: of wounds. 27/03/1918. Age 19. Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Reid, of 181, London Rd. Buckland, Dover, Kent. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: St, Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen. P. VII. F. 2A.  Formerly: 358677, Kent R.G.A. (T)

RICH, FREDERICK. G/25996. Private, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) 11th Bn. Died of wounds: Flanders. 03/10/1918. Born:  Shorncliffe, Folkestone Kent, 1898. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Belgian Battery Corner Cemetery. Ref: III. B. 28.     Formerly:  30601, OXFORD and BUCKS L.I. Christ Church memorial

RICHARDS, EDWIN JAMES. 141973. Private, Machine Gun Corps. (Infantry) Died: France and Flanders. 23/04/1918. Born: Temple Ewell, Dover Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Formerly: 8424. E, KENT REGT. Born Dover 1891           

RICHARDSON, CHARLES WILLIAM. 71637. Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery. 287th Siege Bty. Died of wounds: 29/11/1917. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Menin Road South Military Cemetery. Ref: III. I. 13.

RICHARDSON, EDWARD. 49196. Lance Corporal, Bedfordshire Regiment. 4th Bn. Killed in action: France. 14/04/1918. Age 19. Son of Annie Richardson, of 8, West Mount Terrace, Priory Hill, Dover, Kent. and the late Francis Fox Richardson. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Dover, Kent. Memorial: Pozieres. Panel 28 and 29.

RICHARDSON, RICHARD JOHN. 2167. Private, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 1st/4th Bn. Died:  Egypt. 21/09/1915. Born:  Guston, Nr Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Cairo War Memorial Cemetery. Ref: D. 17.

RICHARDSON, WALTER, A. 8799. Corporal, Royal Scots Fusiliers. 2nd Bn. Died of wounds: Flanders. 30/10/1914. Born: Dover, Kent. Enlisted: Dover, Kent. Residence: Waterside, Londonderry. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Born Dover 1892

RIGDEN, GEORGE. L/10001. Lance Corporal, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 2nd Bn. Died of wounds: Home. 02/12/1915. Age 20. Son of Mrs. M. Rigden, of 28, Limekiln St. Dover, Kent. Born:  Buckland, Dover Kent. Enlisted:  Dover, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Buckland, Dover Kent. Panel 19 and 33.

ROBERTS, A H.                      No information currently available.

ROBERTS, I. 111903. Pioneer, Royal Engineers. Died: 09/05/1916. Age 54. Husband of Elizabeth Roberts, of 4, Albany Flats, Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Dover, St, Mary`s New Cemetery. Ref: C. I. 9.

ROBINSON, C. E. B.                           No information currently available.

ROBINSON, H P.                                 No information currently available.

ROGERS, GEORGE. S/418. Private, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). 2nd Bn. Killed in action: Flanders. 24/05/1915. Born:  Paris, France. Enlisted:  Canterbury, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Memorial: Ypres, Menin Gate. Panel 12 and 14.

ROUSE, ALBERT CHARLES. Lieutenant, Worcestershire Regiment. Royal Engineers. attd. 32nd Signal Coy. Died: 20/03/1916. Age 26. Awards: DCM.  Son of Charles and Caroline Rouse, of Maidstone. Husband of Annie Rouse, of 30, York Street, Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Millencourt  Communal Cemetery Extension. Ref: A. 62.

RUSSELL, HARRY. 52556. Lance Corporal, Middlesex Regiment. "D" Coy. 4th Bn. Killed in action: France. 29/06/1918. Age 20. Son of William John and Ellen Annie Russell, of 80, Oswald Rd. Buckland, Dover, Kent. Enlisted:  Canterbury, Kent. Residence:  Dover, Kent. Cemetery: Couin New British Cemetery. Ref: E. 7.


 
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