Campion high school essex
They are commemorated on the School’s War Memorial, which was unveiled in 1923 in the Memorial Hall of the School’s Harpur Street building, and in the Roll of Honour, published in The Eagle, December 1923. Pier and Face 8 C 9 A and 16 A.(1908-12), Private 45153, 99th Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). In the 1911 census he was aged 15, at school, born Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire, resident with his parents at Mount Pleasant, Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire. See also Aspley Guise.(1914-15), Civilian from the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Son of John Robie Bowick and Isabel Maud Bowick, of 178, Foster Hill Rd., Bedford. Killed in action Monday 10 September 1917, at Ypres. The 101st Grenadiers, making a fine effort to fill a gap in the firing line due to the difficulty of advancing in line through the dense bush came under exceedingly heavy cross fire of rifles and machine guns, and were unable to advance, but tenaciously held their own. Captain Hatt, who was 27 years of age, was educated at the Dean Close Memorial School, Cheltenham, and decided to adopt horticulture as his profession. In February last year he was given a commission as temporary second-lieutenant in the Service Battalion of the Somerset L. He obtained his second star before the regiment went aboard and was Lieutenant in charge of a platoon during the British Advance last September. Son of George and Rosamond May Hawkes (nee Brooks). Born 15 January 1878 in Bedford, baptised 17 February 1878 in St. In the 1901 census he was aged 23, born Bedford, a Draper's Assistant, resident High Street, New Windsor, Berkshire. In the 1911 census he as aged 15, born Bedford, at school, resident with his parents at 50, Hurst Grove, Bedford. Killed in action Tuesday 13 October 1914, Pas de Calais. In the 1901 census he was aged 9, born bedford, resident with his parents at 83, St Johns Street, Bedford. Commemorated on LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France.(1891-94), Sergeant TF/291027, 1st/7th Battalion, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment. Resident Shepherd's Bush, Middlesex, resident Ravenscourt Park, Middlesex. and Caroline Steele; husband of Lucy Emily Steele, of "Raewood," Baring Rd., Lee, London, married at Staines 16 April 1915, one son, Robert, born 21 July 1917. Seaforth Highlanders 20 March, 1915; promoted Temp. Buried in the British Military Cemetery, Maroeuil, near Arras. Wherever there was a dangerous situation be faced, he was there setting a fine example to his men. In the 1911 census he was aged 39 [note age difference at death], born Stoehill, Suffolk, Captain in the Army (Regulars), married to Marguerite Fanny Stoddart, resident 44 Coleshill Terrace, Llanelly (sic), South Wales. Was originally a Sub Lieutenant in the Royal Naval Reserve 27 March 1903, then Lieutenant 8 April 1909. TAYLOR Lancelot Frederick of Ivyholm Buckingham-road South Woodford Essex lieutenant R. Killed in action Wednesday [SDGW states 10th] 11th April 1917. In the 1911 census he was aged 22, born Bedford, resident with his parents at 80, High Street, Bedford. Paul's(1903-5), Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached to 1st Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. In the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Bedford, a Butcher, resident with his parents at 54, Castle Road, Bedford. Grave 3.(1911-14), Second Lieutenant, 27th Reserve Squadron, Royal Flying Corps and General List (on probation). Killed in action Friday 9 August 1918, in Pas de Calais, France. Born 3 September 1883 and baptised 8 March 1884 at Albourne, Sussex Son of Robert Godlonton and Frances Amelia White, of 44, Castle Road, Bedford. Son of Hazer and Caroline Whiteman, of 1, Westmill Villas, Stotfold, Baldock, Herts. A second memorial plaque was added at a later date to include additional names missing from the original memorial. Killed in action Thursday 16 November 1916, on the Somme. Buried in FRANKFURT TRENCH BRITISH CEMETERY, BEAUMONT-HAMEL, Somme, France. In the 1901 census he was aged 1, born Middlesex, resident with his parents at 71, Pelham Road, Wimbledon, Kingston, Surrey. Buried in LAPUGNOY MILITARY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Darkness coming on brought the action to a conclusion, after which our troops withdrew unmolested to an entrenched position a quarter-of-a-mile in the rear. To become thoroughly proficient in all branches of the industry he spent several years abroad. In that capacity he won the Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry, and devotion at Loos on September 25, and a few days after this evidence of his valour, was promoted Captain, his promotion dating from September 29. Doodney, referring to the hymns sung, said they had been chosen in memory of the heroes who had fallen, including one who was well-known to that congregation.(1886-92), Private 14469, 1st Regiment, South African Infantry. In the 1881 census he was aged 3, born Bedford, resident with his parents at 47, High Street, Bedford. Nuneaton Grammar School ; Bedford Modern School ; ent. Commemorated on CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL, Nord, France. See also Bedford All Saints(1898-1900), Private 103163, 102nd Battalion, Canadian Infantry. 22 Vasualty Clearing Station 10 August 1917, at Ypres. Died of wounds Friday 29 March 1918, in Pas de Calais, France. Formerly served in the Royal Marine Light Infantry under a pseudonym of Robert Henry from , purchased his discharge 13 July 1904. Grave 41.(1906-09), Captain, 1st/6th (Morayshire) Battalion (Territorial), Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's). Son of William Stephen and Marjory Stewart, of Weston Underwood, Olney, Bucks; brother of Weston (below). He showed all the finest qualities of a British officer, and we in the battalion all are proud of him." (1905-07), Captain, 1st/4th (Ross Highland) Battalion (Territorial) attached to 1st/6th (Morayshire) Battalion (Territorial), Seaforth Highlanders. Son of William Stephen and Marjory Stewart, of Weston Underwood; brother of Gerald (above). In the 1901 census he was aged 5, born Wressle (sic), visiting with his mother at 85, Plane Street, Sculcoates, Yorkshire. [STODDART Frederick William of 5 Staff Colony Hut Tidworth Hampshire died 27 October 1914 in action abroad Administration (with Will) London 5 December to Marguerite Fanny Stoddart widow. 5d.(1895-96), Private G/12565, 8th Battalion, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). In the 1891 census he was aged 17, born Norfolk, a Sailor Merchant Service, resident with his widowed mother in The Grove, Bedford. In the 1891 census he was aged 2, born Bedfordshire, resident with his parents in High Street, Bedford. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Buried in SUNKEN ROAD CEMETERY, FAMPOUX, Pas de Calais, France. Killed in an aero accident Wednesday 6 June 1917, death registered in Fareham, Hampshire. Formerly 1228, 1st/1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Yeomanry. In the 1901 census he was aged 17, born Albourne, Sussex, a Bank Clerk, resident with his parents at 46, Castle Road, Bedford. Commemorated on VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. In the 1901 census he was aged 5, born Bedford, resident with his parents at 62, Queens Street, Bedford. For his share in the Jameson raid he was tried for treason and sentenced to death, but the sentence was remitted on payment of a fine of £25000. In the 1911 census he was aged 15, born Multan, India, stepson of Albina Perfats Goldsmith, resident 8 Albany Road Bedford, Bedford. Panel 32 and 33.(1900-02), Captain, 1st/6th Battalion (Territorial), Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment). Hospital, Royal Army Veterinary Corps attached 250th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. In the 1901 census he was aged 6, at school, resident with his parents at 27, Alexandra Road, Bedford. Paul's, Bedford, assisting his father who was a General Dealer, resident with his parents at 98 Tavistock Sreet, Bedford. The new cap was said to be majestic and full of a will to win: his legendary status was born. GYBBON-MONYPENNY Phillips Burney Sterndale of 5/74 Kensington-gardens Square Middlesex died 28 June 1918 in France Administration London 12 October to Herbert d'Arblay Gybbon-Monypenny teaplanter. 3d.(1903-11), Captain, 3rd Battalion attached to 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment. Wilson), of Campbell St., Fort Beaufort, South Africa. Buried in VIEILLE-CHAPELLE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, LACOUTURE, Pas de Calais, France. Died Friday 28 April 1916, in Sherington, Buckinghamshire. Son of Richard and Kate Pettit, of The Walnuts, Newport Pagnell. See also Newport Pagnell(1890-92), Captain, 46th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Born 23 February 1874 in Devynock, Breconshire, Wales. Philbrick, of 8, Bellevue Court, Oak Bay, Victoria, British Columbia. Enlisted and passed fit 1 February 1915 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, married, resident 2932 Robinson Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, aged 40 years 11 months, height 5 feet 11¼ inches, chest 43 inches, dark complexion, brown eyes, black hair, religious denomination Church of England. He had three siblings, Llewellyn, born 1872 in Reading Berkshire, Bertie Raymond, born 1874 at Devynock, Breconshire, Wales, Charlotte, born 1878 in Morrieton, Glamorganshire, Wales. 1916, and was again wounded while leading his company in an attack on Leuze Wood near Combles on 10 Sept. Bedford, and at Clare College, Cambridge ; was a Student at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Gower Street; played in London under H. Irving, with whose company he went on tour to Australia in 1911. 1917, from wounds received in action at Ypres on the previous day. He was keen on all outdoor sports, and latterly belonged to the Rosslyn Park Football Club. In the 1911 census he was aged 12, at school, resident with his parents in High Street, Harrold, Bedfordshire. He was for some time a member of the Legislative assembly of the Transvaal and Leadre of the opposition. See also Ampthill St Andrews(1907-12), Private 34943, 2nd Garrison Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment. Born 3 September 1895, baptised 1 October 1895 in St. Son of John James Frederick and Annie Goldsmith; stepson of Albina Perfats Goldsmith. In the 1901 census he was aged 20, born Egham, Surrey, Ironmonger, resident with his parents at 157, High Street, Egham, Surrey. Commemorated on LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. 1914, and was detained in England to train the 6th Battn., with which he went to Gallipoli 13 June, 1915, and was killed in action, while leading a bayonet charge up the slopes of Sari Bair, 9 Aug. Buried on the beach at Anzac ; (1906-08), [SDGW states Private] Sergeant TT/03540, 2nd Vet. Born 9 December 1895, baptised 6 January 1895, in Bedford. Son of Henry and Kate Manton, of The Hop Pole, Cauldwell Street, Bedford. See also Bedford St Marys(1903-08), Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. In the 1911 census he was aged 15, at school, born Straits Settlements, Singapore, resident with his parents at 4, Preston Road, Bedford. He played for the East Midlands and the Barbarians before being awarded an England cap against Wales in 1909. Buried in BANCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Son of Norman Robert Dicey Oliver and Egbertha Sophia Margaret Oliver (now Mrs. Neots, boarding at 31 Richmond Road, Paddington, London. Born 23 April 1895 in Newport Pagnell, Bucks, enlisted Bletchley, Bucks, resident Newport Pagnell, Bucks. National Archives of Canadan Accession Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 7786 - 35(1890-98), Lieutenant, 395th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Edward Hooper was born in 1880 in Swansea, Glamorganshire Wales. 1914 ; spent most of the winter of 1914-15 at Ploegsteert ; was wounded and gassed 2 May, 1915, while the regiment was holding trenches at Ypres, where they had relieved the Canadians after the first gas attack by the Germans ; went back to France in Aug. in 1901 he succeeded to the Plas Teg Estate on the death of his uncle, Colonel Charles James Trevor-Roper ; educ. 1916, and died at an advanced dressing station 3 Aug. at Enfield, London, 8 April, 1913, Gertrude Alice (6, Templeton Place, London, S. of William George Clabby, Indian Latour Corps, formerly Assistant Inspector-General, Bombay District Police, and had three children : Richard Dacre, (1902-03), [Listed as Alweyne Montague Fisher TURNER on SDGW] Lance Corporal 3532, 2nd Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Buried in KNIGHTSBRIDGE CEMETERY, MESNIL-MARTINSART, Somme, France. Died of wounds Friday 30 October 1914, on the Somme. Born 1 March 1892 in Dilrugahm, Upper Assam, Bengal, India, and baptised , in Assam, Bengal, India. Buried in BETHUNE TOWN CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. He was educated at Bedford Grammar School, where he got his colours for the 2nd Rugby XV, and also played in many matches for the First XV.THis has then been expanded to include as much other information as possible.* Due to the lack of contemporary detailed sources, some assumptions have had to be made in cross-referencing the names on the School’s Roll of Honour and Memorial with records of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.† Included on the WWI Memorial but not in the printed Roll of Honour produced afterwards. Son of Marion Whelan Blackwell, of Fairfield House, North Avenue, Salisbury, Rhodesia, and the late John Blackwell (B. Killed instantly in front line trench Saturday 29 July 1916, at Pozieres. He did so and had the pleasure of being decorated by the King with the Military Cross. Apparently they brought your son back into our line, but be only lived few hours. Son of William and Susan Haynes, of 12, Lindsell Crescent, Toun Field, Biggleswade, Beds. In the 1901 census he was a boarder, aged 10, school boy, born Knebworth, resident St. Buried in MAROEUIL BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Buried in BEAULENCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, LIGNY-THILLOY, Pas de Calais, France. Buried in LA CLYTTE MILITARY CEMETERY, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Killed in action Thursday 25 November 1915, in Turkey. Born 18 October 1880 and baptised 8 November 1880 at St Patrick, Fort William, Bengal, India. Edward Wighton (Royal Field Artillery) and Anna Rose Wighton, of Calcutta, India; brother of Margaret Wighton, of 7, Nevern Place, Earls Court, London. In the 1891 census he was aged 10, born India, a scholar, resident with his mother at Clarendon Street, Bedford. Grave 10.(1905-09), Captain, 7th Battalion, South Wales Borderers. A George Phipps, aged 22, died in March 1917 according to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, but his age does not correlate with the BMS Phipps.(1907-08), Second Lieutenant, Anti-Aircraft Brigade, Royal Marine Artillery. Son of Joseph and Alice Mary Adams, of "Brooklands," Alford Rd., Sutton-on-Sea, Lincs, formerly 176, Foster Hill Road, Bedford. Enlisted in October 1910 for 12 years, aged 18, 5 feet 6 inches, chest 32 inches, hair brown, eyes brown, complexion fresh/fair. In the 1901 census he was a son, aged 8, born Bedford, resident, with his parents an siblings, at 28, Stanley Street, Bedford. See also Bedford St Martins and Bedford St Paul's(1890-93), [Canadian Archives list him as Harold Roland Garnault, Canadian Death Register as Garnault Henry Roland] Private 193592, 15th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. I say apparently because the young officer was suffering from shell shook, though he seemed quite clear about it." Colonel Scott mentions that he himself has "a bullet in the leg, nothing of any consequence.”The deceased officer had a splendid voice and in the winter of 1914-15 sang at one of the concerts given in the Pump Boom Annexe for the entertainment of Kitchener's Army then in Bath. in The 1891 census he was under 1 year of age, resident with his parents, William and Susan Haynes, at Frog Hall, Village, Old Warden, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. Son of Matthew Henry and Edith Holding, of 49, Billing Road, Northampton. E., was the first Nuneaton man to win the Victoria Cross. Cuthbert's College, Boy's School, Sparken Hill, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. (1912-14), Private 66413 - subsequently renumbered 104708, 1st/6th Battalion (Territorial), Northumberland Fusiliers. Buried in AZMAK CEMETERY, SUVLA, Turkey (including Gallipoli). National Archives of Canada Accession Reference: Royal Newfoundland Regiment and Forestry Corps, RG38-A-2-e, Finding Aid 38-27, Reel T-18007, Volume 481(1907-10), Lieutenant, 12th Battalion attached to 2nd Battalion, Durham Light Infantry. Son of William Thomas and Alice Maude Wiley, of Morville Point, Cape Town, South Africa.
Buried in BEDFORD HOUSE CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Taught at Barton Manor School (seniors, mixed), Barton-Le-Clay from 27 September 1909, still there 13 July 1910. Pier and Face 9 A 9 B and 10 B.(1900-09), Lieutenant, 34th Sikh Pioneers, Indian Army. Buried in ESTAIRES COMMUNAL CEMETERY AND EXTENSION, Nord, France. Died of wounds 21st July 1918 in France & Flanders. Buried in BERLIN SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY, Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany. Son of Albert John and Frances Barcock, of High St., Sharnbrook, Beds. Buried in HAZEBROUCK COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Nord, France. Died from fractured skull received in a fall Thursday 27 April 1916, in India. Born 26 July 1894 in Turvey, enlisted Battersea, Surrey. Grave 18.(1909-11), Captain, 4th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment attached 4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Son of Elizabeth Ingram, of The Lodge, Latchmere Rd., Kingston-on-Thames, and the late Charles Ingram. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. (1911-16), Private 38566, 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Son of Walter Thomas and Sarah Ann James, of 112, Gladstone St., Bedford. Edith John; husband of Muriel Augusta Gay (formerly John), of Snape, Wadhurst, Sussex, married 1908. In the 1901 census he is aged 5, born bedford, resident with his parents, George Marwood and Lavinia Teresa Johnston, at 46, Gery Street, Bedford. Immiedately prior to his death he had met Lt Norman Spencer, a fellow OBM. Buried in COXYDE MILITARY CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Killed in action 4 October 1917 in France & Flanders. His promotion to Captain, dating from 29th November, 1914, was not gazetted until March, 1915. In the Great War Captain Brookes was serving in German East Africa when he met his death. Wounded by an enemy explosive shell and died the same day Wednesday 1 August 1917, at Ypres. Born 17 November 1866 (attestation papers give year as 1871 - he would have been too old for service otherwise) in Borley, Essex. A wooden battlefield grave marker bearing Walter Campion's name is now in Bletsoe Church. [Soldiers Died in the Great War CD lists him as William Ernest CAMPION]. I was not there to see it through." Captain Hatt won the MIlitary Cross for gallantry at Loos in September. 1.1.18 ; served first in France, and was killed in action in Italy in Sept. 1915 ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Oct. Buried in the Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery ; (1907-10), Second Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment. In the 1901 census he was aged 5, born South kensington, London, resident with his mother, Beechie Laughton, at 5, St. In the 1911 census he was a boarder, aged 15, an Auctioneer's Apprentice, born South Kensington, London, resident 67 Pembroke Street, Bedford, Bedfordshire. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN, Seine-Maritime, France. Buried in HARLEBEKE NEW BRITISH CEMETERY, Harelbeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Son of Daniel and Miriam Howard Ponting, of 212, Footscray Rd., New Eltham, London. Attested 5 August 1915, aged 29 years 3 months, address given as 12 College Houses, New Eltham, Kent height 5 feet 9 inches, chester 36 inches. See also Bedford All Saints(1908-13), Private G/8871, 11th Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. In the 1911 censdus he was aged 15, born Bedford, a Student of Shorthand, visiting at Church End, Felmersham, Bedfordshire. See also Bedford St Martin'spossibly Second Lieutenant, London Regiment. In the 1891 census he was aged 7, a schoolboy, born Bedfordshire, resident with his parents at Farm House and Buildings, Silver Street, Stevington. In the 1891 census he was aged 3, born Bedfordshire, resident with his parents in Chaucer Road, Bedford. National Archives of Canada Accession Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 9048 - 2.(1913-15), Private G/52031, 24th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (City Of London Regiment). Buried in VLAMERTINGHE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Buried in VERMELLES BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Killed in action Sunday 14 February 1915, at Ypres. In the 1911 census he was aged 36, married, born Thana, Bombay, India, based with the military as a Captain, 1st Battalion, Leinster Regiment at Jullundur, Punjab, India. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Killed in action Tuesday 23 April 1918, in Pas de Calais, France. This gallant Officer was killed on the Mound.'There is a life size (three quarter) posthumous portrait by Barbara Chamier, originally unveiled 1925 at the Bedford Modern School, location is as for Lt Col Mobbs. and in the heat of battle the pair had reminisced about rugby and mutual acquaintances at school. After the unsuccessful attack upon Tanga on the 4th November, 1914, he was reported missing, and, as no definite news has been received since, his parents have been reluctantly bound to assume that he was killed on that day and buried by the Germans. Buried in RATION FARM MILITARY CEMETERY, LA CHAPELLE-D'ARMENTIERES, Nord, France. See also Bletsoe (1909-12), Lance Corporal 592879, 2nd/18th Battalion, London Regiment (London Irish Rifles). His brother, Captain Edward Beach Hatt, of the Somerset Light Infantry, was recently wounded. Scott on Friday last it was evident that his elder son, Captain Arthur Beach Hatt, of the Somerset Light Infantry, had been seriously wounded. African War, 1902 ; Queen's Medal, 5 clasps ; Europ. 1918.(1907-10), Private 5283, 2nd Battalion, Honourable Artillery Company (Infantry). Son of George and Annie Laura Lake, of 4, Union St., Luton. Died of wounds Sunday 29 September 1918, in France. In the 1901 census he was aged 14, born Plymouth, Devon, a schoolboy, resident with his parents at Amhurstis, Hurst Grove, Bedford. Killed in action Friday 30 November 1917 in France & Flanders. Born 23 October 1895 in Bedford, enlisted London, resident North London. (1896-04), Lieutenant 13686, 5th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. In the 1901 census he was aged 13, born Bedford, resident with his parenst at 81, Goldington Road, Bedford. Killed in action Saturday 14 April 1917, Pas de Calais. Panel 44.(1887), Master, "Westminster" (London), Mercantile Marine (Royal Naval Reserve Retired). NOTE: Bedford School also had a Major G Wheeler VC, who survived (no relation to the OBM Wheeler). Killed in action Monday , in the vicinity of Festubert. Attended Harrold National/Lower School, Harrold Beds 1903-1906. Founder and chairman of East Rand Proprietary Mines Ltd. Born Chatteris 17-6-1859, educated Bedford Modern School and on leaving there entered the engineering business of his Uncle Sir Frederick Howard going in 1879 to South Africa to the Port Elizabeth and East London branches. From his Commanding Officer and from his comrades at the front, Mr. Grantham have received letters bearing witness to the esteem in which he was held by those who have been with him daily during his ten months in France, his comrades mentioning that "he was alwaysbrave, cheerful and a gentleman."(1891-96), Rifleman R/5819, 2nd Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Walworth, Surrey, resident with his parents, Richard George and Eliza Jane Marshall, at 25, Searles Road, St George the Martyr Southwark, St Saviour Southwark, London. Commemorated on PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL, Hainaut, Belgium. Killed in action Monday 23 October 1916, on the Somme. Eldest son of John Hamilton Marshall, of Lenox Avenue, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Australia, and Blanche Marshall, of 73, Muswell Rd., Muswell Hill, London; brother of Augustus (above). Embarked for France with the Artists' Rifles in 1914. Pier and Face 6 C.(1908-12), Acting Second Corporal 25002, 5th Division Signal Company, Royal Engineers. See also Singapore Cenotaph and Ampthill St Andrew's.(1888-94), Major, 62nd Punjabis, Indian Army. Son of the late Donald William and Hermione May Mc Pherson; husband of Sybil Lilian Winifred Mc Pherson (nee Webb), of 14, Elsworthy Rd., Hampstead, London, married Hampstead 1909. Commemorated on Yres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Life size (three-quarter) posthumous portrait by Barbara Chamier, originally unveiled 1925 Location: Corridor adjacent to School Entrance Foyer. He had a natural aptitude for the game, to which he added great technical skill. Born 28 June 1879 and baptised 23 July 1879 in Newport Pagnell, enlisted Aylesbury, resident Newport Pagnell. In the 1881 census he was aged 1, born Newport Pagnell, resident with his parents at 14, St John Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. His aunt, Mrs Mary Alice Biscoe, was listed as resident Merton, Bath Road, Camberley. Buried in QUEENS CEMETERY, BUCQUOY, Pas de Calais, France. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, a school boy, born Emberton, resident with his parents at Front Street, Emberton, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. Killed in action Tuesday 20 November 1917, in Nord, France. In the 1911 census he was a baorder, aged 12, born France, at school, resident Oxon Headmaster, Harvey Grammar School, Folkestone, Kent. Commemorated on CAMBRAI MEMORIAL, LOUVERVAL, Nord, France. At the time of his birth his father James C Walker was a Hotel Keeper at Bedford Arms Hotel, Woburn. Bay 7.(1898-1907), Sergeant 13583, 5th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Died Saturday 8 March 1919, in Harrold, Bedfordshire. Born 9 September 1898, baptised at Grendon, Northamptonshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 19, born Podington, a carpenter and joiner, resident with his parents at School House, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire. An engineer, he went to South Africa in 1879 and lived in the Transvaal. D., by his wife Helen, (The Crescent Lodge, Bedford), sister of Sir Frederick Howard and dau of John Howard. Buried in AUBERCHICOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, Nord, France. He was quiet and unassuming, but a lad of great strength of character. He was killed in action during the attack on Aubers Ridge, near Fromelles, 9 May, 1915 ; and was buried in "Cameron Lane," off the La Bassée Road, near Neuve Chapelle ; (1903-07), Second Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action in the Battle of Passchendale on Tuesday, 31 July 1917 charging an enemy machine-gun post. Born 29 June 1882, baptised 28 July 1882 in Northampton. In the 1911 census he was unmarried, aged 29, born Northampton, a Manager of a Motor Garage, resident with his widowed father in Dartmouth Road, Olney, Buckinghamshire. At school he was regarded as the greatest sportsman BMS ever produced and was a hero to every man and boy who played, and loved the game, of rugby football. Grave 29.[Note the two sets of names one in English] Second Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Killed in action Monday 9 October 1916, in Pas de Calais, France. Commissioned a Temporary Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 25 October 1915 ; with Anson Battalion at Blanford ; with draft for British Expeditionary Force 2 September 1916, joined Hood Battalion 7 September 1916. Grave 10.(1902-10), Private G/49, 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Son of William and Mary Parsons, of Emberton, Olney, Bucks. Enlisted 18 January 1915 for the duration of hostilities, height 5 feet 7 inches, chest 34 inches, brown hair, brown eyes, fresh complexion. Panel 115 to 119 and 162A and 163A.(1906-10), Second Lieutenant, 12th Battalion, Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Neots, Huntingdonshire, enlisted Peterborough, resident Huntingdonshire. Son of James Adkins Paul and Ada Catherine Paul, of 7, Rue Marechal Gallieni, Houille, Seine et Oise, France. Killed in action Sunday 3 September 1916, on the Somme. Employee of London and River Plate Bank, Buenos Aires, left September 1915.