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This page details the houses or areas within the village with have connections with men who served, poppies denote casualties.

 

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Alloways 1901 residence of Francis W H and Eleann Walker, parents of L/Sgt Lionel Walker, E/1666, 22nd Bn Royal Fusiliers. Born in Cobham in 1894, Lionel was killed in action on the Somme on 17/02/1917, aged 22.

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Baynard's Cottages, Cox Green Residence of Shoesmith Ernest Smithers, 8403. 21st (Empress of India) Lancers, who died of wounds in France on  25/03/1917,  aged 26.
Brook Cottage, Woodlands Residence of Gunner William Doherty,  82789 4th Reserve Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, at the time of the 1914 Electoral Register, who died of illness in 1917 at Woolwich.
Bull's Head Public House
(now Old Post Office)
Residence of Private Frederick Aylwin, 8111, 1st Bn South Wales Borderers, who was employed as an assistant in the public house prior to the outbreak of the First World War. The public house was moved to the new Bull's Head in 1912, and the old public house, situated on the Mount, became the village post office. Frederick was killed in action on 26/09/1914, aged 28.
Buildings Farm, Gadbridge Lane Residence of  Edward Day, father of Private William Day, Army Service Corp. Born 1883 Ewhurst.
Burstowe's Croft Home of  Frank & Eliza Francis, parents of Able Seaman Charles Francis, J/1961 H.M.S "Tipperary"and Able Seaman Frederick Francis, 236578, Royal Navy, formerly of Cotton Row. Charles was Killed in Action, 01/06/1916, aged 23, when his ship was sunk at the Battle of Jutland. Frederick survived the war.
   
   
   
   
   

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Coneyhurst Farm Cottage 1901 residence of Frederick William & Annie Killick, parents of Private Albert Killick (born Ewhurst 1896) and Private Frederick Killick (born Ewhurst 1894). Both brothers served in the same battalion, the 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. Albert was killed in action 03/11/1916, aged 20, and Frederick, was killed in action 03/07/1916, aged 22.
7 Coneyhurst Lane Residence of James and Rita Phylis Tidy, parents of Able Seaman Oliver Tidy, J/10402, HMS Formidable. Born in Ewhurst in 1894, Oliver was lost at sea on 01/01/1915, aged 21, when Formidable was torpedoed off Start Point. Formerly of Greenfields (1901 Census) and Plough Farm (1911 Census), his parents subsequently moved to 7, Coneyhurst Lane (CWGC).
Coneyhurst Lodge Residence of John & Catherine Russell of Coneyhurst Lodge (1901 Census) and their sons Charlie Russell, (born 1895 in Ewhurst, and  mentioned in the Surrey Advertiser 19/9/14 as serving) and Sergeant John William Russell, 50323, promoted Second Lieutenant Royal Engineers (born 1888 Leatherhead, mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 24/10/14, 15/1/16 (Mentioned in Dispatches) ). Both sons survived the war.
Cotton Row Home of Able Seaman Charles Francis and Able Seaman Frederick Francis Royal Navy.  Son of Frank & Eliza Francis, later of Burstowes Croft.
Crown Public House Residence of Charles Bone, (landlord & National Reservist) born 1871 and of his son of Gunner Charles Henry Bone (c1911, 1914 Electoral Roll), , born Ewhurst 1899. Mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 26/9/14. Both men survived the war. The Crown features in the right hand side background of the village veterans photograph, see Survivors Photos.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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Ewhurst Place Garage

Residence of Thomas Duffield senior in 1919, formerly of Hazelbank Cottages, and father of Private Thomas Duffield , who died of wounds at Arras in 1914. Thomas senior's address is also occasionally given as Mundays Hill.

   
   
   

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Gadbridge Lane 1911 residence of Private John Scammell, G/15754, 7th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment who was born in Southampton in 1882, and was killed in action on 18/11/1916, on the Somme, France, aged 34.
Gadbridge Lane, (Buildings Farm) Residence of  Edward Day, father of Private William Day, Army Service Corp. Born 1883 Ewhurst.
The Green,  or

Ewhurst Green

 

1914 residence of Private Walter Brown, mentioned in the Surrey Advertiser 26/9/14, 17/4/15 as serving.

Residence of Arthur & Ruth Childs, and their sons Private Arthur E Childs (Born 1890 Coldharbour, No 9653. The Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment,  mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 17/5/15, reported as a Prisoner of War in Surrey Advertiser 15/5/15),  Private William Albert Childs, killed in action at Ypres, 1917.

1901 Residence of William Ede, father of Gunner William Henry Ede, Royal Garrison Artillery, who lived in Hazelbank in 1914.

Residence of Mr & Mrs Thompson, parents of William Thompson, 8th Bn The Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. William was wounded in action at the Battle of Loos 1915 but survived the war. He was mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 19/9/14(as serving) and in the 1914 Electoral Roll.

1881 residence of William Tidy, father of Private Alfred Tidy ,7228, 2nd Bn East Surrey Regiment, who was killed in action near Ypres on 14/02/1915, aged 46.

1901 Census residence of Herbert & Jane Warrington,  parents of Staff Sergeant Herbert F Warrington, 52113, Royal Army Medical Corps, born Ewhurst 1891 and 2Lt Phillip Charles Warrington, Tank Corps born Ewhurst 1893. Herbert was mentioned in the  Surrey Advertiser on 19/9/14 and 17/4/15 as serving, and both men survived the war.

Greenfields 1901 residence of James and Rita Phylis Tidy, parents of Able Seaman Oliver Tidy, J/10402, HMS Formidable. Born in Ewhurst in 1894, Oliver was lost at sea on 01/01/1915, aged 21, when Formidable was torpedoed off Start Point. The family moved to Plough Farm (1911 Census), his parents subsequently moved to 7, Coneyhurst Lane (CWGC).
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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Hazelbank Bakery Residence of Frederick & Laura Carpenter, guardians of Private Urban Eclipse Carpenter, killed in action near Ypres in 1917.
Hazelbank Cottages Residence of Thomas & Emily Duffield, parents of Private Thomas Duffield, (1901 Census) who died of wounds at Arras in 1917. By 1919, Thomas Duffield senior was resident at Ewhurst Place Garage, and occasionally his address is given as Mundays Hill.

Residence of Gunner William Henry Ede, 33458,  Royal Garrison Artillery at the time of the 1914 Electoral Register. William was born in 1892 in Ewhurst, the son of William Ede (1901 Census). He was mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 26/9/14 as serving, and survived the war.

Residence of Gunner Alfred Tidy, 155202, Royal Field Artillery. Alfred, a gardener, was born in Ewhurst in 1897, the son of William Tidy.

12 Hazelbank Cottages 1901 residence of Thomas & Thirza Cumber, parents of Private Ivan Louis Cumber ,42651, East Surrey Regiment and subsequently Private ,65257, Royal Fusiliers. (born Ewhurst 1887), and Private Vernon Marcus Cumber, 41241,  Bedfordshire Regiment and subsequently Private 37845 of the Cambridgeshire Regiment (born Ewhurst 1891).
Heathside Cottage 1901 residence of William Francis & Harriett Elizabeth Lawrence, parents of Private Victor Lawrence, G/1278, 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, who was killed in action on the 25/09/1915, aged 19, at the Battle of Loos. By 1915 Victor's parent's address was given as Heath House.
Heathside Residence on enlistment of Private Alfred Edgar Croombes, 6524, 5th Battalion, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment).
High Wykehurst Commissioned by and residence of the family of Captain William Frecheville, Royal Engineers, from 1907. The Frecheville's had previously resided in North Breache Manor. William was killed in action in Russia in1920
High Wykehurst (The Lodge) Residence of Cpl William Thomas Edwards, Army Service Corps.
Hillhouse Residence of William Hamshere, born 1869 Ewhurst (1901 Census). Thought to be W G Hamshere, mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 19/9/14 as serving. Check this ...William, the eldest son of Eli Hampshire, took over the lease for Hillhouse farm in 1894 (the farm was owned by the Abinger Estate) and the lease was transferred to Fanny Muggeridge (William's youngest sister, who had married Moses Muggeridge in 1901) in 1914, possibly when William joined the Armed Forces with the commencement of the First World War.
Hill View, Cranleigh Road Residence of Driver Job Ansell. Driver T/438664. 667 Company, Army Service Corps (Horse Transport). Born Ewhurst 1876, husband of Rosina Ansell. Survived the war.
Horseblock Hollow, Bar Hatch Lane Residence of James & Anne Dedman (1901 Census), parents of L/Cpl Frank Dedman (killed in action in 1916) and Sgt James Dedman (died of wounds whilst in captivity 1917).
Hurtwood House Commissioned and constructed in 1908 for General Euston Henry Sartorious V.C. (Mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 19/9/14). Father of Captain Euston Sartorius, No 3 Company, 1st Bn Grenadier Guards, who died at Boulogne on 05/04/1915 aged 33, of wounds sustained in the Battle of Neuve Chapelle on 11/03/1915.
   
   

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Ivy Cottage 1901 residence of William & Clara Rose, parents of Private William Rose 8869, 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment (born in Ewhurst in 1885). After the First World War William resided at Mascall's Cottage, where on 10th October 1921 he died of illness incurred as a Prisoner of War. Ivy Cottage features in the left hand side background of the village veterans photograph, see Survivors Photos.

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The Lodge, High Wykehurst Residence of Cpl William Thomas Edwards, Army Service Corps.
Lower Canfold/Canfold Copse 1901 residence of  Joseph & Isabella Parsons, parents of Private Joseph Parsons, who was born in Cranleigh in 1892. Joseph junior served as G/1285, B Company 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, and was killed in action on 25/09/1915, aged 23, in the Battle of Loos. At this time his parents address was referred to as Canfold Copse.
   
   
   

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Malquoits, now Cornhill Manor Home of Captain Evelyn Webb 2nd Bn King's Royal Rifle Corps, Killed in Action in the Battle of the Somme.
 
Malquoits Bothey 1901 residence of Charles & Emma Baker, parents of Private William Baker, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. William lived at Malquoits Bothey as a Gardener Domestic in 1901 Census, He survived the war. His parents, Charles & Emma Baker, resided in Malquoits Lower Lodge in 1901.
Malquoits Farm Cottage 1901 residence of Thomas (senior) & Eleanor Mathew, parents of Corporal Thomas Charles Mathew, (born Ewhurst 1886,) 44176, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, transferred Corporal 72621, The Labour Corps, transferred Corporal 44638, 20th Bn Durham Light Infantry, and Private Sydney Herbert Mathew  (born Ewhurst 1891) 5565 (becoming Pte 202282), Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment. Thomas junior died of wounds in France on 24/03/1918, aged 31, and Sydney survived the war.
Malquoits Lower Lodge 1901 residence of Charles & Emma Baker, parents of Private William Baker, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. William lived at Malquoits Bothey as a Gardener Domestic in 1901 Census, He survived the war.
Maybank Residence of Private Frank Kilhams, G/1296 8th (Service) Battalion The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) born 1893,  and his parents John & Elizabeth Kilhams, who worked on the estate. Frank was killed in action on 16/05/1917, aged 24.
Mascall's or
Mascall's Cottage
Residence of Private William Rose following the First World War. William died at Mascall's Cottage of illness incurred whilst a Prisoner of War on 10th October 1921.

1914 residence of Benjamin and Barbara Sellings, parents of Private Albert Sellings, Royal Engineers, who died of illness in Ewhurst, 30/05/1917, aged 18, and Private Frank Sellings, L/10189, 1st Bn The Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, who had been wounded in the Battle of Loos and Died of Wounds in Ewhurst, 4/10/19, aged 25.

Milk Hill Lodging of Private Albert Victor Baker, G/1291, prior to the war when working as a butchers assistant for James Ditton. Wounded at the Battle of Loos, subsequently discharged from military service.
Munday's Hill Occasionally referred to as the residence of Thomas Duffield senior, father of Private Thomas Duffield , who died of wounds at Arras in 1914. In 1901 the Duffield's resided in Hazelbank cottages, and in 1919 Thomas senior's address was given as Ewhurst Place Garage.

1891 residence of Christopher & Elizabeth Whitty, parents of Private Edward Whitty, S/526, 7th Bn The Queen's (RWSR) who was killed in action by the explosion of a mine near Fricourt, on the Somme, 20/10/1915. aged 50, and Private Nelson Whitty, 37173, 12th (West Somerset Yeomanry) Bn, Somerset Light Infantry, who was killed in action whilst entering Jerusalem, 10/12/1917, aged 39. By 1901, the family registered their address as Woodland's Cottage.

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North Breache Manor The residence of the family of Captain William Frecheville (mentioned in the 1901 Census) until 1907, when the Frecheville's moved to High Wykehurst, a house that William's father had commissioned the building of. From 1907 until 15th September 1915 North Breache Manor was the residence of the family of Captain Raymond Heath and Captain Frederick Dunbar Heath .

Stated in the 1901 Census as residence of Corporal William Thomas Edwards, 4th Field Bakery, Army Service Corps. Born 1877 Tunbridge Wells, the husband of Mary, father of Thomas Claude, and gardener at North Breache for the Frecheville's in 1901 (Census). Mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 19/9/14, 17/4/15. William survived the war.

   

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Plough Cottage Residence of William Duffell, father of Private William Duffell, 53809, Kings Royal Rifle Corps. William survived the war.
Plough Farm 1911 residence of James and Rita Phylis Tidy, parents of Able Seaman Oliver Tidy, J/10402, HMS Formidable. Born in Ewhurst in 1894, Oliver was lost at sea on 01/01/1915, aged 21, when Formidable was torpedoed off Start Point. His parents subsequently moved to 7, Coneyhurst Lane.
   

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Rectory Lodge Residence of George & Emma Goodwin of Rectory Lodge, Ewhurst (1901 Census), parents of Petty Officer Charles Goodwin, Royal Navy (born 1886 Papisford, Cambridge, mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 19/9/14, 17/4/15), Ernest  Goodwin (born 1892 Savernake, Wilts. mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 19/9/14), and Lance Corporal Percy Goodwin, The Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment (born 1890 Savernake, mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 15/7/16). All three sons survived the war.
   
   
   
   

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The Warren Residence of M & M Clarke, parents of Lt Col Norman Percy Clarke, 1st Bn Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 5/6/20.
West Gadbridge 1891 residence of  James & Mary Ann Shurlock, the widowed & remarried mother of Private George Eldridge, S/528, 2nd Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, and Henry Eldridge. George was born in Farncombe, Surrey in 1882 and was killed in Action at the Battle of Festubert, 16/05/1915, aged 34. Henry was born in 1884
Westland Farm 1891 residence of George & Mary Jane Randell, parents of  Sergeant Samuel Randell SE/7503, Army Veterinary Corps, attached to 95th Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Samuel was born in Ewhurst in June 1883, and killed in action in France on 1/10/1915, aged 32.

1901 and 1914 residence of Captain Cyril Buswell Fletcher Bennett, 4th Bn East Surrey Regiment and Devonshire Regiment, mentioned in Surrey Advertiser as serving, 19/9/14. Born Claygate 1881 and survived the war. Resident with brother (John F Bennett) at Westlands Farm in 1901 Census.

White Hart Inn/ White Hart Cottages Residence of George and Rosa Buck, parents of Private Albert Buck 146th Company Labour Corps. Killed in Action at Arras.
Windmill Inn Residence of Samuel Saunders, landlord, until its destruction by fire. Samuel was killed by an explosion at the Silvertown Munitions Works on 19/01/1917, whilst working as a munitions worker.
Winterfold Farm Residence of Edwin and Alice Field, parents of Acting Corporal  Harvey E Field, 5071, The Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment. Harvey was born Cranleigh in 1893(1901 Census), was wounded at the Battle of Loos 1915, and mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 2/10/15, and survived the war.
Woodland's Cottage Residence of Christopher & Elizabeth Whitty, parents of Private Edward Whitty, S/526, 7th Bn The Queen's (RWSR) who was killed in action by the explosion of a mine near Fricourt, on the Somme, 20/10/1915. aged 50, and Private Nelson Whitty, 37173, 12th (West Somerset Yeomanry) Bn, Somerset Light Infantry, who was killed in action whilst entering Jerusalem, 10/12/1917, aged 39. In 1891 the family had registered their address as Munday's Hill.
Woolpits Cottage Residence of Mrs Nash, mother of Sergeant Albert Nash, Worcester Regiment (gassed in July 1916 and  wounded (gunshot wound to leg) 9/10/17.) and Private William Nash, Army Service Corps (MT). Both sons were mentioned in Surrey Advertiser 10/11/17 and survived the war.
   
   
   
   
   

Andrew Bailey, Ewhurst, Surrey
andy@ewhurstfallen.co.uk
Copyrightę2005