The Fallen of Ewhurst and Ellen's Green, Surrey  
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FRECHEVILLE William Ralph
Captain
Royal Engineers
Executed after Capture 09/01/1920 aged 24, Rostov-on-Don, Russia whilst serving as part of the British Force in Russia.

No Known Grave
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Memorial Window, St Peter & St Paul's, Ewhurst
Haidar Pasha Memorial, Istanbul

Son of Professor William and Lissie Helen Frecheville, of 25, Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London. Three times wounded in France.

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HEATH Raymond Leopold  Greig
Captain
D Company 2nd Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Killed in Action 25/09/1915 at the Battle of Loos, Aged 30

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Coldharbour War Memorial,
 War Memorial Panel and Remembrance Window
 Marlborough School Memorial Hall & Roll of Honour
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) Memorial Chapel and Roll of Honour
The Loos Memorial to the Missing, France


Eldest son of Mr. A. R. and Mrs. Heath, of Kitlands, Holmwood, Surrey. (family previously lived at North Breache Manor, Ewhurst)

Brother of Captain Frederick Dunbar Heath (wounded in action but survived).

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SARTORIUS Euston Francis Frederick
Captain
No 3 Company, 1st Bn Grenadier Guards
Died at Boulogne 05/04/1915 aged 33, of Wounds sustained in the Battle of Neuve Chapelle on 11/03/1915.

Buried in the  Boulogne Eastern Cemetery (II.B.26)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of Maj. Gen E H Sartorius V.C. and Emily Jane Sartorius of 17, Chelsea Embankments, London. Served in the South African Campaign

Father (Maj Gen E H Sartorius V.C.) buried in the graveyard of St Peter and St Paul's, Ewhurst.

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WEBB Evelyn Maxwell
Captain
A Company, 2nd Bn King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in Action 23/07/1916 at Pozieres in the Battle of the Somme

No Known Grave, but Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Thiepval Memorial, France (Pier & Face 13A & 13B)
Eton School War Memorial, Memorial to the King's Royal Rifle Corps and  List of Fallen
Wixenford School, Wokingham (now Ludgrove School) Memorial to the Fallen

Son of Walter and Annie Webb of Malquoits (now Cornhill Manor)
Brother of Muriel.

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AVINGTON William

The only information on William Avington so far is the mention of him in the Ewhurst Book of Remembrance which states that he was a Corporal in The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment).

Not found on CWGC site
No information on "Soldiers Died in the Great War"
No information from PRO Medal Cards
No information from 1901 Census

Possibly William John Avington, born Dec 1883, registered in Bolton (BDM)

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AYLWIN Frederick James
Private 8111 1st Bn South Wales Borderers
Arrived in France 13/08/1914 as part of BEF.
Killed in Action above the River Aisne (France) 26/09/1914, Aged 28

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial, France,
War Memorial, Bepton, West Sussex

Son of Albert and Mary Grace Aylwin, of Bepton, Midhurst, Sussex.
Brother of Laurence Ernest Aylwin of Bepton, Midhurst, Sussex who also died in the First World War.

(incorrectly remembered on the Ewhurst Memorials as Fred Alwyn)

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BARNETT Charles George
Rifleman 7940 1st Bn King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in Action on the Menin Road near Gheluvelt, near Ypres (Belgium),  02/11/1914

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet
Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium (Panel 51 & 53)

 

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BUCK Albert George
Private 1668 The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Transferred to (67257) 146th Company Labour Corps
Killed in Action near Arras, 22/03/1918, aged 34.

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Arras Memorial, France (Bay 10)

Son of George and Rosa Buck of The White Hart Inn, Ewhurst.

Incorrectly remembered as "Killed in Action at Ypres in 1917" in the Ewhurst Book of Remembrance.

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CARPENTER Urban Eclipse
Private 11253 11th (Pioneer) Bn Hampshire Regiment
Killed in Action 04/01/1917, aged 29

Buried in Loker Churchyard, Belgium (I.D.18)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of Mrs. Emily Martin, of 206, Maxey Rd., Plumstead, London.
Nephew of Frederick and Laura Carpenter of Hazelbank Bakery, Ewhurst.

 

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CHILDS William Albert
Private G/22310 2nd Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Killed in Action 5/10/1917, aged 19

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

Tyne Cot Memorial, Nr Ypres, Belgium (Panel 14 to 17)

Son of Arthur and Ruth Childs of The Green, Ewhurst (1901 Census), Brother of Mark and Arthur, who also served.

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DEDMAN Frank William John
Lance Corporal G/1286, 6th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Killed in Action, 05/12/1916, aged 20, near Arras.

Buried in the Wailly Orchard Cemetery, near Arras, France (I.H.7)

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

Son of James and Ann Dedman, of Winterfold Cottage, Albury Guildford.
Brother of James George Dedman.

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DEDMAN James George
Sergeant G/1292, 7th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Died of Wounds as a Prisoner of War, 28/08/1917, aged 23

Buried in Niederzwehren Cemetery, Kassel, Hessen, Germany (VI.M.14)

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

Son of James and Ann Dedman, of Winterfold Cottage, Albury Guildford.
Brother of Frank William John Dedman.

 

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DENYER George Albert
Private G/5821 10th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Died in Hospital at Wimereux, 24/02/1917, aged 25

Buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery (II.E.4A)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance*
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

Son of Mrs. T. Denyer, of Ewhurst, nr. Guildford, Surrey.
Brother of Thomas William Denyer, 1st Bn Queen's, who served and returned.
* as Albert Denyer

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DODMAN Robert William
Gunner 52702  28th Div. Ammunition Park, Royal Field Artillery
Drowned 30/01/1916, aged 38

Buried in Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, France (Div. 19. P.8)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Headstone of his parents, St Peter & St Paul's graveyard, Ewhurst

Son of Harriett Dodman, of Ewhurst, Surrey, and the late John Dodman. Served in the South African Campaign.

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DOHERTY William
Gunner 82789  4th Reserve Bde, Royal Field Artillery
Died of Illness, 13/06/1917, aged 43

Buried in  St Peter & St Paul's graveyard, Ewhurst
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

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DUFFIELD Thomas
Private 58424 "A" Coy. 21st Bn.West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
Formerly Private 285807 Royal Engineers.
Died of Wounds 10/12/1917, aged 21

Buried in Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-les-Mofflanines (II.A.2)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of Thomas and Emily Duffield, of Ewhurst Place Garage, Ewhurst, Guildford, Surrey.

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DUFFELL Harry M.M, D.C.M
Private (L/Cpl) 18562, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment
Formerly Private 2254 of 8th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
"Killed in Action at Bapaume"* 21/08/1918, aged 24

Buried in Achiet-le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension, France (III.J.5)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial (Royal West Surrey's)
Ewhurst
Book of Remembrance (Royal Irish Regiment)
(omitted from the Ewhurst Memorial Plaque)
Okewood Hill War Memorial Plaque

*from Book of Remembrance

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ELDRIDGE George William
Private S/528, 2nd Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Killed in Action at the Battle of Festubert, 16/05/1915, aged 34.

No Known Grave, but Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The La Touret Memorial, near Essars, France
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

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ELLIOTT Thomas
Private 13459 1st Bn Coldstream Guards
Killed in Action 06/07/1916, aged 21

Buried in Essex Farm Cemetery, Ypres, Belgium (II.U.10)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet
Headstone of his parents, St Peter & St Paul's graveyard, Ewhurst

Son of Mr. and Mrs. George and Mary Elliott, of Ellen's Green, Rudgwick, Sussex.

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ETHERINGTON Alfred
Private 442982, 29th (Vancouver) Bn Canadian Infantry
Killed in Action 9th August 1918, aged 34

Buried in Rosieres Communal Cemetery Extension, France (I.C.18)

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet
Rudgwick War Memorial Plaque, Sussex
Canadian First World War Book of Remembrance (page 404)
Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Son of Mr. and Mrs. James and Eliza Etherington, of Cox Green, Rudgwick, Sussex.

Alfred is incorrectly noted in the Ewhurst Book of Remembrance as a 'Lance Corporal of the Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, died of wounds sustained at the Battle of Loos in September 1915' . He is correctly mentioned on the War Memorial as a Private in the Canadian Light Infantry.

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FRANCIS Charles Robert
Able Seaman, J/1961 H.M.S "Tipperary"
Killed in Action, 01/06/1916, aged 23, when his ship was sunk at the Battle of Jutland

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Portsmouth Naval Memorial (panel 12)
The headstone of his mother, Eliza, St Peter & St Paul's Churchyard, Ewhurst

Son of Frank and Eliza Annie Francis, of Burstowes Croft, Ewhurst, Surrey.
1901 Census indicates living in Cotton Row, Holmbury St Mary. Born in Shalford.
Younger brother of Frederick Francis, who also served with the Royal Navy .

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GRAVETT Thomas Charles*
Private G/39496, 2nd Bn Royal Fusiliers
Killed in Action, 24/04/1917, aged 25, at Arras, France

No Known Grave, But Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Arras Memorial,  France

*Remembered in the Ewhurst Memorial Plaque as T G Gravett

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HAFFENDEN William Marsh
Lance Corporal, G/2286, 8th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Killed in Action 25/09/1915*, at the Battle of Loos, aged 22

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance**
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
The Loos Memorial to the Missing, France (Panel 13 to 15)

*Although specified as 25th, is likely to have been the 26th as this was the date the 8th Bn actually went into action.

**Incorrectly remembered on Ewhurst Memorial & Plaque as 'Hafferden'.

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JENKINS Alfred
Private, SD/3792, 16th Bn The Royal Sussex Regiment
Died of Wounds 29/9/18, aged 33

Buried in Doingt Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France (I.C.39)

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet

Husband of M Jenkins of Ellen's Green
Son of George and Eliza Jenkins of Furzen Lane, in Ellen's Green.
Brother of Frank Jenkins.

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JENKINS Frank
Lance Corporal, 50654, 91st Field Company, Royal Engineers
Died of Wounds 28/03/18, aged 24

Buried in Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, France (V.F.28)

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet

Son of George and Eliza Jenkins of Furzen Lane, in Ellen's Green.
Brother of Alfred Jenkins.

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KILHAMS Harry
Private, G/1296, 8th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Killed in Action 16/05/1917, aged 24

Buried in Railway Dugouts Burial Ground, Ypres, Belgium (IV. E.30)
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet
 

  • Referred to as "Kilham" on all Ewhurst Memorials (more confirmation of name/identity required)

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KILLICK Albert
Private G/1275, 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Killed in Action 03/11/1916, aged 20

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
The Thiepval Memorial, the Somme, France

 

Brother of Frederick William Killick, also Killed in Action, 03/07/1916

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KILLICK Frederick William
Private G/3545, 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Killed in Action 03/07/1916, aged 22

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
Loos Memorial, Dud Corner Cemetery, France

 

Brother of Albert Killick, also Killed in Action on the Somme, 03/11/1916

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KNIGHT Ernest

Possibly Pte 3620 The Queens RWSR attested on 2/9/14 aged 21 and 1 month (Attestation Book)
Reported as a L/Cpl in the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)

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LAWRENCE Albert Walter Victor
Private G/1278, 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Killed in Action, 25/09/1915, aged 19, at the Battle of Loos

No Known Grave, But Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
Loos Memorial, Dud Corner Cemetery, France

Son of  William Francis (a gardener) & Harriett Elizabeth Lawrence.
Born 1896, christened 6th September 1896 in Ewhurst.

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MATHEW Thomas Charles
Corporal 44176, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, transferred Corporal 72621, The Labour Corps, transferred Corporal 44638, 20th Bn Durham Light Infantry.
Died of Wounds, 24/03/1918, aged 31

Buried in Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, south of Albert, France (X.E.8)

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of Thomas and Eleanor Mathew of Malquoits Farm, later of 113, Nutley Lane, Reigate, Surrey.
Elder brother of Mildred  Ann, Sydney Herbert (1891 Census) and May Mathew (1901 Census)

Ewhurst Book of Remembrance notes Thomas was a member of the Durham Light Infantry, and that he died of his wounds in Ewhurst in 1919, believed to be incorrect.

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NEWMAN Daniel
Private 493578, 13th Kensington Bn The London Regiment
Died of Illness, 01/06/1919

Buried in Hove Old Cemetery, England, (E. 157)
Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
 

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PARSONS Joseph
Private G/1285, B Company 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Killed in Action 25/09/1915, aged 23,
in the Battle of Loos

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Cranleigh War Memorial
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
Loos Memorial, Dud Corner Cemetery, France

Son of Joseph and Isabella Parsons of Canfold Copse.

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RANDELL Samuel James
Sergeant SE/7503, Army Veterinary Corps, attached to 95th Brigade Royal Field Artillery,
Killed in Action, 1/10/1915, aged 32,

Buried in Philsosphe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, France (IV.N.6)
Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of George & Annie Randall, of Ewhurst, and husband of Rose Randall, latterly Rose Jones, of 27, Terminus Road, Brighton.

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RANSOM George Edward
Sergeant GS/11029, 16th (The Queen's) Lancers
Died of Illness whilst in hospital in Epsom, 26/01/1918, aged 42

Buried in Hollington (St. Leonard) Churchyard, Near Hastings, East Sussex, England

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of William and Ellen Ransom, of Catsfield, Nr. Hastings, Sussex; husband of Eliza Mary Ransom, of "Hill View," Ewhurst, Guildford.

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ROSE William
Private 8869, 1st Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Died of Illness incurred as a Prisoner of War  10/10/1921, aged 36, in Ewhurst

Buried in St Peter and St Paul's Churchyard, Ewhurst.
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial and Book of Remembrance

Son of William, a butcher, and Clara Rose. Husband of Margaret.

No reference in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission records.

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SAUNDERS Samuel Frederick
Munitions Worker
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Killed in the Silvertown Munitions (TNT) Factory Explosion, London 19/01/1917, Aged 50

Buried in East Ham Cemetery, London.

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Silvertown Memorial, London

Husband of Jessie, and father of Mabel, Harry and Doris Saunders

No reference in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission records.

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SCAMMELL John Frederick
Private G/15754, 7th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Killed in Action, 18/11/1916, on the Somme, France, aged 34.

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford
The Thiepval Memorial, the Somme, France

 

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SELLINGS Albert
Private, Royal Engineers
Died of Illness in Ewhurst, 30/05/1917, aged 18


Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of Benjamin and Barbara Sellings.
Brother of Frank Sellings.

Information only from the Book of Remembrance

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SELLINGS Frank
Private L/10189, 1st Bn The Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment
Died of Wounds in Ewhurst, 4/10/19, aged 25. Wounded in the Battle of Loos.

Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of Benjamin and Barbara Sellings.
Brother of Albert Sellings.

Information from the Book of Remembrance and Surrey Advertiser

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SMITHERS Ernest Arthur
Shoesmith, 8403. 21st (Empress of India) Lancers.
Died of Wounds 25th March 1917, age 26.

Buried in Grove Town Cemetery, Méaulte, Somme, France (IV. C. 39. )
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet

Son of William and Eliza Smithers, of Burnt Hill, Dunsfold, Surrey; Husband of Winifred Ellen May (nee May) and father to Arthur William, Kenneth Lesley and Robert Archibald, of Cox Green, Ewhurst,  Surrey.

 

 

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STEMP Albert
Private, 45786, 15th Bn The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment.
Died of Illness 23rd March 1917, aged 31.

Buried in St Pol Communal Cemetery Extension, St Pol, France (C25)
Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour,
Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

Son of William and Sarah Stemp; Husband of Elizabeth Emma Stemp of 8 St James's Place, Cranleigh Surrey, father of Winifred Elizabeth.

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TIDY Alfred James
Private 7228, 2nd Bn East Surrey Regiment
Killed in Action, 14/02/1915, aged 46, near Ypres

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial*,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium (Panel 34)

Son of William Tidy, of Parkhouse Green, Cranleigh, Surrey; husband of Ethel Tidy, of 10, College Rd., Guildford, Surrey.

*incorrectly referred to as a Royal Fusilier on the War Memorial

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TIDY Oliver
Able Seaman J/10402, HMS Formidable
Lost at Sea, 01/01/1915, aged 21, when Formidable was torpedoed off Start Point.

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The
Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent, England (Panel 10)

Only son of James and Rita Tidy, of 7, Coneyhurst Lane, Ewhurst, Surrey.

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TUDOR Charles
Thought to be
Private Charles Henry Tudor G/6292, 7th Bn The Queen's (RWSR)
Died (of Wounds following Capture?) 25/4/17, aged 35.

Son of Thomas and Emma Selina Tudor of Plymouth, Devon.

Contradicts greatly with the information on C Tudor provided by the Book of Remembrance.
 

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WALKER Lionel Bertram
Lance Sergeant E/1666, 22nd Bn Royal Fusiliers
Killed in Action, 17/02/1917, aged 22, on the Somme*, (France)

No Known Grave, but Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Thiepval Memorial, the Somme, France (Pier and Face 8 C 9 A and 16 A)

* recorded as "missing at Ypres" in the Book of Remembrance

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WALLIS Alfred
Private, TR10/182728, 51st Bn Royal Sussex Regiment
Died in hospital in Thetford, 12/11/1918 aged 18

Buried in St Peter & St Paul's Churchyard, Ewhurst
Remembered on :
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

Son of William and Mary Wallis.

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WESTBROOK Charles Edward
Private, 3908 4th (Extra Reserve) Battalion East Surrey Regiment, later Private 279455, No 581 Employment Company, Labour Corps
Died 8/02/20, age 47

The Book of Remembrance incorrectly states that Charles "Died at Ewhurst of wounds incurred during the war". It would appear that he did not undertake active service and died of illness (cancer) diagnosed during the period of the war.
 

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WHITTY Edward Ernest
Lance Corporal S/526, 7th Bn The Queen's (RWSR)
Killed in Action, 20/10/1915, aged 42, by the explosion of a mine near Fricourt, on the Somme, (France).

Buried in Norfolk Cemetery, Becordel-Becourt, on the Somme, France (I.B.16)
Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Roll of Honour,
Holy Trinity Church, Guildford

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WHITTY Nelson Herbert
Private 37173, 12th (West Somerset Yeomanry) Bn, Somerset Light Infantry
Killed in Action, 10/12/1917, whilst entering Jerusalem, aged 39

Buried in Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel (P.90)
Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance

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WOODLEY Timothy Benjamin
Private 8576, 2nd Bn Border Regiment
Died of Wounds, 23/11/1914, aged 27, whilst at hospital at Wimereux, France

Buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery, France (I.B.18A)
Remembered on:
Ewhurst War Memorial,  Memorial Plaque and Book of Remembrance
Ellen's Green Memorial Tablet

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