Milton Regis- School Memorial- Addenda Panel
On the photograph of the memorial there are three panels. There is another panel underneath that doesn’t appear on the photos. Its existence was revealed to me by Terry Matson. The writing on this section was different and appears to be an addenda.
38th Battalion Canadian Infantry
Killed in Action 22nd February 1917
Jesse’ body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on the Vimy Memorial
Private 1/8th Battalion Notts and Derby Regt
Killed in Action 26th April 1917
Johns body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on Loos Memorial
Private 5th Battalion Canadian Infantry
Died of Wounds 18th April 1917 aged 23 from wounds received in the assault of Vimy Ridge.
Buried Etaples Military Cemetery
Plot 19 Row C Grave 1
Son of Philip and Ellen of Faversham Kent
5th Canadian Mounted Rifles.
Died of Wounds 7th June 1917.
Buried Bruay Communal Cemetery Row G Grave 33
Private 2nd Battalion East Yorks
Killed in Action 8th May 1915
Williams body was not identified after the war and his name is listed On Menin Gate
Regimental Sergeant Major
1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers
Died as a prisoner of war 12th April 1918.
During this action he was awarded the DCM.
Buried Pont du Hem Cemetery.
Private 8th Battalion Buffs
Killed in Action 26th September 1915 during the Battle of Loos
Harrys body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on Loos memorial