Milton Regis- Holy trinity war memorial- RIORDAN to THOMAS

Milton Regis- Holy trinity war memorial-  RIORDAN to THOMAS

 

RIORDAN, GEORGE

Two possibilities

1, Private Leinster regt, died of Wounds 1st May 1915, buried BaillieulCommunalCemetery

2, 6th Bttn Australian Infantry, Killed in Action 5th June 1918.

ROSSEL, RICHARD

No possibilities exist

ROSSITER, ETHELBERT

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Fitter  Royal Field Artillery Indian Army Reserve Brigade.

Died of Pneumonia  9PthP December 1918 aged 21

Buried Sittingbourne cemetery

Son of George and Esther Rossiter.

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RUSSEL, VIDEAN

russellTrooper Household Battalion ex Royal Horse Guards.

Died of Wounds  10th October 1917 aged 27

Buried CementHouseCemetery, Ypres Belgium

Plot  1  Row K  Grave 3

Son of James Jesse Russell and Esther Russell; husband of Nellie Louisa Russell, of 5, Crown Rd., Milton Regis, Sittingbourne.

SAGE, ALBERT

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Private 4th Battalion Canadian Infantry

Killed in Action 14th June 1916 aged 20

Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Sage, of 189, Elgin St., Brantford, Ontario.

Alberts body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on the Menin Gate

SAXBY, WILLIAM

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Private 1PstP Battalion Ox and Bucks Light Infantry

Died  14th July 1916.

Williams body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on the Basra memorial

SEARS, WALTER

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Private  1st Battalion Buffs

Died of Wounds 20th December 1915

Buried Dulhallow ADS Cemetery.

Plot 6  Row A Grave  14

Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sears, of Sittingbourne, Kent; husband of Minnie Hill (formerly Sears), of 20, New St., Ashford, Kent.

SELLEN, ALFRED

sellen1Corporal  North Riding Heavy Battery. Royal Garrison Artillery

Died of Wounds 1st June 1918 aged 39

Buried Marfaux Brit Cem 

Plot  1 Row C  Grave 3

Son of Mr. W. R. Sellen, of 66, High St., MiltonRegis, Kent.

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SHARPS, CHARLES

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Sergeant 10PthP Battalion Royal  West Kent Regiment. Ex Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles.

Killed in Action  29th  September 1918.

Charles body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on the Tyne Cot Mem

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Private 8th Battalion Buffs

Died of Wounds 28PthP August 1916. aged 25

Buried La Neuville Britsh Cemetery, Corbie, France.

Plot 2 Row A Grave 71

SHRUBSALL, REUBEN

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Private 2nd Battalion Buffs

Died of Wounds 22nd August 1915 aged 26

Buried St Quentin Cabaret Cemetery, Wulvergem, Belgium

Plot 1 Row E Grave 1

Son of Isaiah and Harriet Shrubsall of 62 Charlotte St, Miltonshrubsall.r1

SIMMONS, FRANKsimmonsfG/24374

Private 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Killed in Action 6th February 1917 age 23

Buried Grovetown Cemetery, Meulte,

Plot 2   Row  N  Grave 48

 Son of the late Amos George and the late Annie Gertrude Simmons, Native of Sittingbourne, Kent.

SIMMONS, GEORGE

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Private 7th Battalion Buffs

Killed in Action 3rd May 1917 aged 23

Georges body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on the Arras Memorial.

Son of George and Mary Jane Simmons, of 9, Valencienes Rd., Milton Regis, Sittingbourne, Kent.

SIMMONS, HENRY

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Private 16th Lancers

Died of Wounds 23rd March 1918 age 27

Henrys body was not found after the war and his name is listed on the Pozieres memorial

SIMMONS, ARTHUR

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Sergeant 7th Battalion Buffs

Killed in Action  22nd August 1918

Buried Becourt Military Cemetery

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Plot  2  Row  E  Grave  2

 Son of James and Lydia Simmons, of 13, Wellwinch Rd., Sittingbourne, Kent.

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SMITH, CHARLES

Private

Injured in France July 29th  1916, died May 2nd 1917 in hospital in Birmingham.

Smith has recently been granted CWGC recognition as a result of our campaign.

SMITH, ERNEST

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Private 1st Battalion Buffs

Killed in Action 8th October 1914

Ernests body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on La Ferte Sous Jouarre Memorial

Ernest was one of the first casualties the Buffs had in the Great War. His name appears in the De Ruiginys roll of honour.

 SMITH,  SYDNEY

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Stoker 1st Class Royal Navy

HMS Cressey.  Killed in Action 22nd September 1914 aged 25.

His body was not recovered and his name is listed on the Chatham memorial.

SMITH, SIDNEY

 Private 2nd Battlion  Worcester Regt age 25

Killed in Action 16th September 1914.

Sydneys body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on  La fert sous jouarre memorial

Son of Nathaniel James and Jane Smith, of 99, William St., Milton Regis, Sittingbourne.

SPENDIFF, John

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Private 1st  Battalion Buffs

Killed in Action  8th  October 1918.

Buried Busigny Communal  Cemetery Extention. Plot 6 Row A Grave 14

Husband of Mary Austin (formerly Spendiff) 27 North st, Milton

Spot the CWGC mistake with the headstone

STEVENS, CLARENCE

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Private  7th Battalion Buffs

Killed in Action  3rd May 1917. age 21

Clarences body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on the Arras Memorial

Son of the late George Stevens, of Borden, Kent; husband of Gertrude Rashleuigh Stevens, of 102, High St., Milton Regis, Kent.

STEVENS, GEORGE

No conclusive candidate

TAYLOR, WILLAM

225119

Private 1st Battalion attached to 2nd Battalion London Regiment ex Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles.

Killed in Action  9th October 1917

Williams Body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on Tyne Cot memorial.Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor, of 41, High St., Milton Regis,

TILBE, WARREN

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Private  6th Battalion. Royal West Kent Regt. Ex Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles.

Killed in Action  6th August 1918

Buried  Dernacourt Communal Cemetery Extention.

Plot  8 Row  G  Grave  12

Son of Walter and Annie Tilbe, of 31, Upton Rd., Sittingbourne.

THOMAS, ALBERT

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1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment

Killed in Action 8th May 1917

ALberts body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on the Arras memorial.