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Private
William AVINGTON
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
Private
William AVINGTON
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
No further information.
Private
Frederick ALWYN
THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS.
killed in action in France.
Private
Frederick James AYLWIN
1st Bn THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS.

aged 28, killed in action above the River Aisne, France, on the twenty sixth of September 1914.
Rifleman
Charles BARNETT
THE KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS.
aged 28, killed in action in France.
Rifleman
Charles George BARNETT
1st Bn THE KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS.
aged 28, killed in action at Gheluvelt, near Ypres, Belgium, on the second of November 1914
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Private
Albert BUCK
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

killed in action at Ypres in 1917.
Private
Albert George BUCK
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT), transferred
146th Coy, THE LABOUR CORPS
.
aged 34, killed in action near Arras, France, on the twenty second of March 1918.
Private
Urban Eclipse CARPENTER
THE HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT
aged 27, killed in action near Vimy Ridge on the fourth of January 1917
Private
Urban Eclipse CARPENTER
11th Bn THE HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT
aged 29, killed in action near Messines Ridge, Belgium, on the fourth of January 1917.
Private
William CHILDS
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 18, killed in action in France in 1916.
Private
William Albert CHILDS
2nd Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 19, killed in action at Ypres, Belgium,  on the fifth of October, 1917.
Corporal
Frank DEDMAN
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 20, killed in action at Arras on the fifth of December, 1916.
Lance Corporal
Frank William John DEDMAN
6th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 20, killed in action at Arras, France, on the fifth of December, 1916.
Sergeant
James DEDMAN
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 23, died of his wounds in Germany, twenty eighth August, 1917.
Sergeant
James George DEDMAN
7th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 23, died of his wounds in Germany, twenty eighth August, 1917.
Private
Albert DENYER
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 25, died in hospital at Wimereux on the twenty fourth of February, 1917.
Private
George Albert DENYER
10th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 25, died in hospital at Wimereux, France,  on the twenty fourth of February, 1917.
Gunner
Robert William DODMAN
ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY.
aged 38, drowned at Le Havre on the thirtieth of January 1916.
Gunner
Robert William DODMAN
ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY.
aged 38, drowned at Le Havre , France, on the thirtieth of January 1916.
Gunner
William DOHERTY
ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY.
aged 43, died of illness at Woolwich on the thirteenth of June 1917.
Gunner
William DOHERTY
4th Reserve Brigade, ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY.
aged 43, died of illness at Woolwich, England, on the thirteenth of June 1917.
Private
Thomas DUFFIELD
THE PRINCE OF WALES OWN (WEST YORKSHIRE) REGIMENT.
aged 21, killed by a bomb at Arras on the tenth of December 1917.
Private
Thomas DUFFIELD
A Coy, 21st Bn, THE PRINCE OF WALES OWN (WEST YORKSHIRE) REGIMENT.
aged 21, killed by a bomb at Arras, France, on the tenth of December 1917.
Corporal
Harry DUFFELL M.M, D.C.M.
THE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT.
aged 26, killed in action at Bapaume on the twenty first of August, 1918.
Lance Corporal
Harry DUFFELL M.M, D.C.M.
2nd Bn THE ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT.
aged 24, killed in action at Bapaume, France, on the twenty first of August, 1918.
Private
George ELDRIDGE
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

killed in action in France.
Private
George William ELDRIDGE
2nd Bn, THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 34, killed in action near Festubert, France, on the sixteenth of May, 1915.
Private
Thomas ELLIOTT
COLDSTREAM GUARDS.

aged 21, killed in action near Pilken in Belgium on the sixth of July, 1916.
Private
Thomas ELLIOTT
1st Bn COLDSTREAM GUARDS.

aged 21, killed in action near Pilkem, Belgium, on the sixth of July, 1916.
Lance Corporal
Alfred ETHERINGTON
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

died of wounds received at Loos in September 1915.
Private
Alfred ETHERINGTON
THE 29th (Vancouver) Bn CANADIAN INFANTRY.

aged 34, killed in action at Rosieres, France, on the nineth of August, 1918.
Able Seaman
Charles Robert FRANCIS
ROYAL NAVY.
aged 24, lost in H.M.S. Tipperary at the Battle of Jutland on the first of June, 1916.
Able Seaman
Charles Robert FRANCIS
ROYAL NAVY.
aged 23, lost in H.M.S. Tipperary at the Battle of Jutland on the first of June, 1916.
Captain
William Ralph FRECHVILLE
ROYAL ENGINEERS
aged 24,
murdered by the enemy at Rostov on Don, when fighting with the Military Mission under General Denikin. He was mentioned in Dispatches.
Captain
William Ralph FRECHVILLE
ROYAL ENGINEERS
aged 24,
murdered by the enemy at Rostov on Don, Russia, on the nineth of January, 1920, when fighting with the Military Mission under General Denikin. He was mentioned in Dispatches.
Private
Thomas GRAVETT
THE ROYAL FUSILIERS (City of London Regiment)
aged 25,
killed in action in France on the twenty fourth of April, 1917.
Private
Thomas Charles GRAVETT
2nd Bn THE ROYAL FUSILIERS (City of London Regiment)
aged 25,
killed in action at Arras, France, on the twenty fourth of April, 1917.
Lance Corporal
William HAFFENDEN
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
killed in action in France.
Lance Corporal
William Marsh HAFFENDEN
8th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 24, killed in action in the Battle of Loos, France, on the twenty fifth September, 1915.
Captain
Raymond HEATH
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 30, killed at St. Elie, in the battle of Loos, on the twenty fifth of September, 1915.
Captain
Raymond Leopold Greig HEATH
2nd Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 30, killed at St. Elie, in the Battle of Loos, France, on the twenty fifth of September, 1915.
Private
Alfred JENKINS
THE ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT.
aged 33, died of wounds at Doingt on the twenty ninth of September, 1918.
Private
Alfred JENKINS
16th Bn THE ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT
aged 33, died of wounds at Doingt, France, on the twenty ninth of September, 1918.
Lance Corporal
Frank JENKINS
ROYAL ENGINEERS.
aged 24, died of wounds at Arras on the twenty eighth of March, 1918.
Lance Corporal
Frank JENKINS
91st Field Company, ROYAL ENGINEERS
aged 24, died of wounds at Arras, France, on the twenty eighth of March, 1918.
Private
Harry KILHAM
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
killed in action in France.
Private
Harry KILHAMS
8th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 24, killed in action at Ypres, Belgium, on the sixteenth of May, 1917.
Private
Albert KILLICK
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
killed in action in France on the third of July, 1916.
Private
Albert KILLICK
1st Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 20, killed in action near Guillemont, France, on the third of November, 1916.
Private
Fred KILLICK
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
killed in action in France.
Private
Frederick William KILLICK
1st Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 22, killed in action near Cuinchy, France, on the third of July, 1916.
Private
Ernest KNIGHT
THE ROYAL FUSILIERS (City of London Regiment)
Private
Ernest KNIGHT
THE ROYAL FUSILIERS (City of London Regiment)
No further information.
Private
Victor LAURENCE
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
killed in action at Loos, on the twenty fifth of September, 1915.
Private
Albert Walter Victor LAWRENCE
1st Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 19 killed in action at the Battle of Loos, France, on the twenty fifth of September, 1915.
Private
Thomas MATHEW
THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY.
died in Ewhurst in 1919 as a result of wounds.
Corporal
Thomas Charles MATHEW
20th Bn THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY.
aged 31, died of wounds at Dernancourt, France, on the twenty fourth of March, 1918.
Rifleman
Daniel NEWMAN
THE LONDON REGIMENT (POST OFFICE RIFLES).
died of illness on the twentieth July 1917.
Private
Daniel NEWMAN
13th Bn THE LONDON REGIMENT.
died of illness at Hove, England, on the first of June 1919.
Private
Joseph PARSONS
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
killed in action at Loos on the twenty fifth of October, 1915.
Private
Joseph PARSONS
1st Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).
aged 23, killed in action at the Battle of Loos, France, on the twenty fifth of October, 1915.
Sergeant
Samuel RANDELL
ROYAL ARMY VETERINARY CORPS.
aged 29, killed in action near Poperinghe, near Ypres, on the thirtieth of September, 1915.
Sergeant
Samuel James RANDELL
ROYAL ARMY VETERINARY CORPS.
aged 32, killed in action at the Battle of  Loos, France, on the first of October, 1915.
Sergeant
George Edward RANSOM
16th (THE QUEEN'S LANCERS).
aged 42, died of illness in the military hospital, Epsom, on the twenty ninth of September, 1918.
Sergeant
George Edward RANSOM
16th (THE QUEEN'S) LANCERS.
aged 42, died of illness in the military hospital, Epsom, England, on the twenty sixth of January, 1918.
Private
William ROSE
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 36, died at Ewhurst on the eleventh of October, 1921, of illness incurred as prisoner of war.
Private
William ROSE
1st Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 36, died in Ewhurst on the tenth of October, 1921, of illness incurred as a prisoner of war.
Captain
Euston Francis SARTORIUS
GRENADIER GUARDS

aged 33, died in hospital at Boulogne on the fifth of April, 1915, of wounds received on the eleventh of March.
Captain
Euston Francis Frederick SARTORIUS
1st Bn GRENADIER GUARDS

aged 33, died in hospital in Boulogne, France, on the fifth of April, 1915, of wounds received at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle on the eleventh of March.
Samuel Frederick SAUNDERS
aged 50, killed in the explosion at Silvertown on the nineteenth of January, 1917.
Samuel Frederick SAUNDERS
MUNITIONS WORKER

aged 50, killed in the explosion at Silvertown, London, on the nineteenth of January, 1917.
Private
John SCAMMELL
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

killed in action in France.
Private
John Frederick SCAMMELL
7th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 34, killed in action on the Somme, France, on the eighteenth of November, 1916.
Private
Albert  SELLINGS
ROYAL ENGINEERS.
aged 18, died of illness in Ewhurst on the thirtieth of May 1917.
Private
Albert  SELLINGS
ROYAL ENGINEERS.
aged 18, died of illness in Ewhurst on the thirtieth of May 1917.
Private
Frank SELLINGS

THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

died in Ewhurst on the fourth of October 1919 as a result of wounds received in France.
Private
Frank SELLINGS
1st Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 25, died in Ewhurst on the fourth of October 1919 as a result of wounds received at the Battle of Loos.
Trooper
Ernest SMITHERS
17th/21st LANCERS.

died of wounds in Flanders on the twenty fifth of March, 1917.
Shoesmith
Ernest Arthur SMITHERS
17th/21st LANCERS.

aged 26,
died of wounds near Méaulte, the Somme, France, on the twenty fifth of March, 1917.
Private
Albert STEMP
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

died of illness in France on the twenty third of March, 1917.
Private
Albert STEMP
15th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 31, died of illness at St. Pol, France, on the twenty third of March, 1917.
Private
Alfred TIDY
THE EAST SURREY REGIMENT.

aged 45, missing at Ypres on the twenty-eight of February, 1915.
Private
Alfred James TIDY
2nd Bn THE EAST SURREY REGIMENT.

aged 46, missing at Ypres, Belgium, on the fourteenth of February, 1915.
Able Seaman
Oliver TIDY
ROYAL NAVY.

aged 21, lost in H.M.S. Formidable off the Start on the  first of January, 1915.
Able Seaman
Oliver TIDY
ROYAL NAVY.

aged 21, lost in H.M.S. Formidable off  Start Point on the  first of January, 1915.
Private
Charles TUDOR
THE DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT.

aged 37, missing at Ypres on the twenty-third of January, 1918.
Private
Charles Henry TUDOR
7th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 35, died of wounds on the Somme, France, on the twenty-fifth of April, 1917.
Sergeant
Lionel WALKER
THE ROYAL FUSILIERS (City of London Regiment)
aged 22, missing at Ypres on the seventeenth of February, 1917.
Lance Sergeant
Lionel Bertram WALKER
22nd Bn THE ROYAL FUSILIERS (City of London Regiment)
aged 22, missing on the Somme, France, on the seventeenth of February, 1917.
Private
Alfred WALLIS
THE ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT.

aged 18, died in hospital at Thetford on the twelfth of November, 1918.
Private
Alfred WALLIS
51st Bn THE ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT.

aged 18, died in hospital at Thetford, England, on the twelfth of November, 1918.
Captain
Evelyn Maxwell WEBB
THE KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS.

aged 19, missing at Poiziere, near Ypres,  on the twenty-third of July, 1916.
Captain
Evelyn Maxwell WEBB
2nd Bn THE KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS.

aged 19, missing near Pozieres, on the Somme, France,  on the twenty-third of July, 1916.
Private
Charles Edward WESTBROOK
THE EAST SURREY REGIMENT.

died at Ewhurst on the eighth of February, 1920, of illness incurred in the war.
Private
Charles Edward WESTBROOK
THE EAST SURREY REGIMENT.

aged 47, died at Ewhurst on the eighth of February, 1920, of illness incurred in the war.
Sergeant
Edward Ernest WHITTY
THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 50,
died gallantly at the explosion of  a mine at Fricourt on the twentieth of October, 1915.
Lance Corporal
Edward Ernest WHITTY
7th Bn THE QUEEN'S (ROYAL WEST SURREY REGIMENT).

aged 50,
died gallantly at the explosion of  a mine at Fricourt, on the Somme, France, on the twentieth of October, 1915.
Private
Nelson Herbert WHITTY
(PRINCE ALBERT'S) SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY

killed in the entry to Jerusalem on the eleventh of December, 1917.
Private
Nelson Herbert WHITTY
12th Bn SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY

aged 39,  killed in the entry to Jerusalem on the eleventh of December, 1917.
Private
Benjamin WOODLEY
THE BORDER REGIMENT.

aged 27, died of wounds in hospital during the war on the 23rd of November, 1914.
Private
Timothy Benjamin WOODLEY
2nd Bn THE BORDER REGIMENT.

aged 27, died of wounds in hospital at Wimeraux, France,  on the twenty third of November, 1914.
 

EWHURST WAR MEMORIAL

   

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PTE ALWYN FREDr.
S. W. B
PTE AYLWIN FREDr. J
S. W. B
PTE DEDMAN FREDr
R. W. SURR. R
PTE DEDMAN FRANK
R. W. SURR. R

PTE HAFFERDEN Wm
R. W. SURR. R.

L/CPL HAFFENDEN WILLIAM M
R. W. SURR. R.
PTE KILHAM HARRY
R. W. SURR. R
PTE KILHAMS HARRY
R. W. SURR. R.
PTE NEWMAN DANIEL
P. O. R.
PTE NEWMAN DANIEL
LON REG.
PTE ALFRED TIDY
R.F.
PTE ALFRED TIDY
E. SURR. R.
PTE CHARLES TUDOR
DORSET R.
PTE CHARLES TUDOR
R. W. SURR. R.
 

EWHURST MEMORIAL PLAQUE

   

ORIGINAL

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ALWYN. F AYLWIN. F. J
GRAVETT. T. G. GRAVETT. T. C.
HAFFERDEN. W. HAFFENDEN. W. M
TIDY. A. TIDY. A. J.
TUDOR. C. TUDOR. C. H.
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

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