Milton Regis- School Memorial- Left hand Panel
Private 2nd Battalion BUFFS,
Killed in Action 3rd May 1915
BURIED PERTH CHINA WALL CEMETERY, YPRES
Killed in Action 10th August 1917
Buried Hooge Crater Cemetery, Ypres
Private G company 1st Battalion, Ox and Bucks LI.
died 19th October 1916.
Buried Bagdad North Gate Cem
Plot 21 Row J Grave 18
Killed in Action 20th February 1916
Buried Spoilbank Cemetery
Plot 1 Row K Grave 14
Killed in Action 26the May 1918. aged25
Buried Wailly Orchard Cem, France.
Plot 2, Row F Grave 16
Son of Mr and Mrs Bradley of 14 Belmont Road, Sittingbourne , Husband of Nellie Bradley, 74 Orchard View Boulevard, Toronto.
Private 5th Company . Machine Gun Corps.
Killed in Action 13th November 1916. Wiliams body was not identified after the war and his name is on Thiepval memorial
Corporal 6th Battalion Buffs. Killed in action 7th October 1916 in the battles for Transloy ridges. Gordon has received a mention in dispatches for Bravery. He was aged 18.
Gordons body was not identified after the war and his name is on the Thiepval Memorial.
Son of James and Alice Bray of Frederick House Chatham.
Corporal 11th Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Ex Buffs
Killed in Action 20th September 1917. aged 22
Wiliams body wa not identified after the war and his name is listed on theTyne Cot.
Husband of Rhoda Brenchley of 14 Goodnestone rd, Sittingbourne.
Bombadier 135th Battery 32nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery
Killed in Action 30th October 1917. aged 23
Buried Cement House Cemetery
Plot 1 Row I Grave 6
Sergeant 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles
Killed in Action 12th September 1916
Battle for Courcelette, Somme
Harrys body was not found after the war and his name is listed on the Vimy Memorial
Son of J Brown, 50 Crown rd, Milton
Lance Corporal 2nd Battalion Worcester Regt
Died of Wounds 30th September 1915
Buried Chocques Military Cem
Plot 1 Row E Grave 97
Private 5th Battalion Buffs.
Killed in Action 7th February 1917. Buried Amara War Cemetery, Iraq.
Plot 13 Row B Grave 14.
Private 8th Battalion Royal West Kent Regt.
Kiled in Action 28th March 1916
Buried Dranoutre Military Cemetery, France
Plot 1 Row B Grave 17
Private 2nd Battalion Buffs
Died of Wounds 13th April 1915.
buried Poperinge Old Military Cemetery, Belgium.
Plot 2 Row N Grave 37
Pioneer No 1 Special Company Royal Engineers.
Died of Disease 19th February 1918
Buried Etaples Military Cemetery
Plot 31 Row G Grave 34
Son of Edward and Lydia Chopping
Private 19th Battalion Australian Infantry
Killed in Action 12th April 1917, Battle of Bullecourt, aged 30
Buried Queant Rd Cemetery, Buissy, France
Plot 8 Row C grave 33
Son of Mr W.G.Cockell of 129 Charlotte Street, Milton.
Sgt 8th Battalion The Border Regt
Killed In Action 7th June 1917, during the storming of Messines Ridge.
Raynard, born and Grew up in Milton, became a policeman and was an Ashford Policeman on the outbreak of war.
On Menin gate memorial
Private 6th Battalion Buffs.
Killed in Action 9th April 1917, first day of the battle of arras, aged 20.
Olivers body was not identified after the war and his name is on the Arras Memorial.
Son of Clara Jane Mason 33 Crown Rd, Milton and the late Thomas George Coleman.
Private 10th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers
ex Royal East Kent Yeomanry
Killed in Action 25th August 1918 aged 29
Buried Warlencourt British Cemetery
Plot 4 Row H grave 26.
Son of Robert and Ann COrnford of Milton Regis, Husband of Nellie, Layfield House, Bobbing.
Private 4th Battalion Grenedier Guards
Died of Wounds 5th February 1917
Buried Grave Town Cemetery, Meaulte, nr Albert, Somme.
Plot 2 Row N Grave 17.
Son of Edward and Cloe Coupland. Native of Sittingbourne.
Private 6th Battalion Royal West Kent Regt
Killed in Action 8th October 1915.
Edwards body was never identified after the war and his name is on the Menin Gate
Private 38th Canadian Inf
Killed in Action
3rd January 1917
Buried Canadian No2 Cemetery
Plot 3 Row A Grave 9
Son of Elisha and Maryy Croucher of 21 New Rd, Sittingbourne.
Sergt 6th Bttn Buffs
Killed in Action 24the October 1918, aged 20
Buried Sameon Churchyard, France.
Son of Frederick Stephen and Emily Dale of 45 Church st, Milton.
Private 11th Royal West Kent Regt ex Royal East Kent Yeomanry.
Killed in Action 14th June 1917 aged 19
Harolds body was not identified after the war and his name is entered on Menin Gate