Sittingbourne Baptist Church Memorial-Doubleday to Kemsley.

Sittingbourne Baptist Church Memorial-Doubleday to Kemsley.

 George H D Doubleday  

Lieutenant

Royal Naval Reserve

Killed in Action 11th February 1918

HMS Cullist

Holder of the Distinguished Service Cross

Aged 22

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Son of Rev John and Jessie Doubleday, 

Ingleside

Sittingbourne

Georges body was not recovered and his name is listed on the Portsmouth Memoria

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 Harry Doe

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Bombadier D Battery 317 Brigade Royal Field Artillery

Killed in Action  8th November 1917

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Harry was blown up by a direct hit and therefore has no grave and his name is listed on the Tyne Cot Memorial near Ypres

Lived 29 Epps rd, Milton

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 Walter H Dunk

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Private 1st Battalion  East Lancs ex Middlesex ret

Killed in Action 4thOctober 1917 Battle for Broodsiende Ridge.

Walters body was not identified after the war and his name is listed on  Tyne Cot Memorial 

 Bert A Hadaway

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Private 6th Battalion Buffs Ex Royal East Kent Mounted Rifles

Killed in Action  5th April 1918 aged 20

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Buired Senlis Communal Cemetery Extention.

Plot 1 Row A Grave 6 

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 Frank Gough

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Gnr  7th Div Ammunition Column Royal Field Artillery

died 1st November 1918 aged 21

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Buried Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa, Italy

Plot 1 Row E Grave 29

Herbert A V Hartridge

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Lance Corporal 24th Battalion London Regt.

Killed in Action 26th May 1915.

Herberts body was not recovered after the war and his name is listed on  Le Touret  Memorial

Percy S Hodgman 

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Private 24th Battalion London Regiment

Killed in Action 17th February 1917 age 25

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Buried Railway Dugouts Burial Ground, Ypres

Plot 7 Row G Grave 30

Son of Mr E Hodgman, 87 Bartlett Ave Toronto Canada

 Arthur H Kemsley

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Private 6th Battalion Queens Own Royal West Kent Regt

Died as a Prisoner of War 12th November 1918 age 30

Son of George and Agnes of Cemetery Lodge, Sittingbourne

Buried Berlin South western Cemetery,

Plot 19 Row A Grave 11  

George Kemsley 1846 & three sonsKemsley BOys ( Arthur is on the Right)

 George Kemsley

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Private 13th Battalion Australian Infantry

Killed in Action 3rd May 1915 Gallipoli age 33

No known grave listed on the Lone Pine Memorial.

Son of George and Agnes of Cemetery Lodge, Sittingbourne 

George Kemsley 1846 & three sons

The Kemsley BOys (George is on the right)

 William E Kemsley 

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Private C company 1/8th Battalion Worcester Regt

Killed in Action 6th October 1918 age 32

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Buried Doingt Communal Cemetery Extention

Son of George and Agnes of Cemetery Lodge, Sittingbourne

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