Remembering The Fallen of The Great War 1914-1918

Greater Love Hath No Man Than This,
That a Man Lay Down His Life for His Friends (John 15 v.13)

NAMEREGIMENTDATE OF DEATH

Pte. Thomas Lloyd 9893

1st Bn. KSLI

22nd October 1914

2nd. Lt. Frank Harold Elwin

2nd. Bn. Wiltshire Regiment

12th March 1915

Pte. John Arthur Evans 11277

5th Bn. KSLI

15th September 1915

Pte. John Edmund Rogers 2698

16th Bn. AIF

16th August 1916

Pte. John Owen Clawley 2698

1st/3rd Bn. Shropshire Yeomanryr

24th August 1916

2nd Lt. James Donald

Indian Army Reserve of Officers

15th October 1916

Pte. William Stanley Marsh 16526

3rd Bn. Coldstream Guards

10th October 1917

Pte. William Young 46645

11th Bn. Leicestershire Regiment

27th October 1917

Pte. Thomas Edward Townsend 33625

6th Bn. KSLI

4th December 1917

2nd Lt. Willson Kenwick Nunnerley

13th Sqdn. Royal Flying Corp

5th December 1917

Pte. Robert Evans Stone 32922

6th Bn. KSLI

24th March 1918

Pte. Richard Henry Thomas 9772

11th (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars

18th April 1918

Pte. George Gibson M/279418

XVIII Corp, Mechanical Transport

31st May 1918

Pte. Ellis Humphreys T/204948

6th Bn. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

30th June 1918

Rifleman George Hanmer 45340

London Regiment (London Rifle Brigade)

30th August 1918

Lance Cpl. John Hanmer 11194

1st Bn. KSLI

23rd November 1918

Never such innocence,
Never before or since,
As changed itself to past
Without a word – the men
Leaving the gardens tidy,
The thousands of marriages,
Lasting a little while longer;
Never such innocence again.

Philip Larkin
XCMXIV

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