Report: Those who served

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# Last Name, Given Name(s) Birth Date Person ID Military: Date Military: Place Military Military ID: Date Military ID: Place Military ID
1 ARNOLD, Walter John  1882  I1477  1901  Gibralter Bay   HMS 'Prince George'  1901  Gibralter Bay   Ord. Seaman 
2 BARNDEN, Michael Richard  1934  I3634  1/10/1951 - 05/12/1967  Chatham, Kent   Served in Hanover, Germany. Rank SSGT.  10 Jan 1951  Catterick, Yorks   22771645 Royal Signals 
3 BERRITT, Albert  20 Oct 1897  I6136  1917-1919  France   Suffered Trench Foot.  1917-1919  Colchester, Essex   Pte. 447625 2nd Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment 
4 BOOT, Percy Edgar William Hodson  1892  I9613  3 Nov 1915    Pte. No. 20327 South Staffordshire Regiment. Promoted to Sgt 10 Mar 1916. Tfd to Machine Gun Corps       
5 BRETT, Albert Henry  1883  I3760  15 Dec 1914-1917  Chatham and Malta   99th Field Coy. Royal Engineers  1914  Chatham, Kent   Sapper. No 59443 
6 BROOKS, Roland John  1890  I2970  1911    2nd Bt. North Staffordshire Regt. Served in Peshawar, India (now Pakistan)  1911  Peshawar, India   Private 
7 BRYANT, Daniel  1807  I4449  26 Mar 1831  Barham, Woolwich, London   Pte. 3rd Class, Royal Marines. 32nd Coy. Woolwich Division       
8 BRYANT, Daniel  1807  I4449  Between 1841 and 1845    Sgt. Royal Marines       
9 CHAPLIN, Ivan Harry  1881  I4123  1900  Ipswich, Suffolk   Essex Regiment - 44th & 56th Foot  1900  Ipswich, Suffolk   Private No. 7818 
10 CLARKE, Daniel  1832  I0606  4 Feb 1853-27 Jun 1863  Crimea, Ukraine   1st Batt. Princes Consorts' Own Rifle Brigade. Served at Alma, Balaclava, Inkerman & Seige of Sebastopol. Fought at the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and Final bombardment of Sebastopol. Slightly wounded on the 10 Jul 1855. Awarded Crimea Medal with 4 clasps and the Turkish Medal.  4 Feb 1853  Deal, Kent   Private No. 3311 
11 CLARKE, George  1823  I3810  1854-1855  Crimea, Ukraine   34th Regiment of Foot. Served at Sebastopol  1854    Colour Sergeant 
12 COUVES, Augustus William Edward  28 Dec 1887  I0128  18 May 1916    Royal Air Force. Earning 4s 0d per day.  18 May 1916    A. Mech 1 No.25984  
13 COUVES, Cecil Richard  1883  I0457  1917  Piccadilly   19th Bt London Regiment. Killed in Action. Awarded Victory Medal and British War Medal.  1917  France & Flanders   Private No. 612091 
14 DANIELS, John Lewis  1890  I5488  1920    Awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal  1911-1915  Rotherham, Yorkshire   Pte 7876 1st Bn. Coldstream Guards 
15 DANIELS, John Lewis  1890  I5488  1920    Awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal  1918  Pirbright Camp, Guildford, Surrey    L/Cpl No. 479 4th Bn. Guards Machine Gun Regiment. Died from disease in France. 
16 DISBURY, Wilfred Albert Ronald  19 Dec 1915  I0491  1945  Oerbke, Bad Fallingbostel, Germany   Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion. "Mentioned In Despatches". Awarded Oak Leaf for Gallantry. POW No. 11875. Stalag 357 Oerbke, Bad Fallingbostel, Germany  1945  France   Sgt. No. 5381684 
17 FLEW, George  1877  I4520  28 Nov 1916  Amiens, Somme, France   Killed In Action  1916  Portland, Dorset   Pte. No. 17204 6th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment 
18 FOX, Walter  1916  I1029  1944  Normandy, France   No. 48 Royal Marine Commando. KIA Buried at Bayeux War Cemetery XIV..B.6.  1944  Normandy, France   Marine. PO/X110652.  
19 GHENT, Ernest James  27 Nov 1890  I0221  1914-17  Ypres, Belguim   During WWI served with 11th Battalion, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) Killed In Action 1st Aug 1917. Possibly one of the 52 unidentified burials at Westoutre British Cemetery  1917  Ypres   Private No. G/11049 
20 GHENT, Frank  24 Nov 1869  I0140  1915-1918  Egypt   Private, 'H' Coy., 3rd. Bn. Devonshire Regiment       
21 GHENT, Frederick William  15 Oct 1875  I0020  Bet. 03 Sep 1891 and 04 May 1905  South Africa   Able Seaman. Royal Navy. Served aboard HMS Tartar during the Boer War 1899-1902. Awarded Queen's South Africa Medal with Cape Colony clasp.       
22 GHENT, Herbert Theodore  1889  I0407  Bet. 15 May 1915-31 Mar 1920  France   Royal Field Artillery, 33rd Divisional Ammunition Column.
Herbert had previously signed up to the 7th Bt Royal Fusiliers on 14 Jun 1905 aged just 16. He had given his age as 17yrs and 8mths. His Birth Certificate proved his downfall and he was discharged 3 days later. 
15 May 1915  Woolwich   Driver No. L/23786 
23 GHENT, Percy Laurence  04 Nov 1890  I0217  1911-1915  India & France   Driver, 27th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Served in India (1911) and France (1915).   1911-1915    Driver No. 46312 
24 GHENT, Stanley Cyril  15 May 1916  I0006  18 Jan 1940  Tisbury, Wiltshire   Trained with 5th Bn. Wiltshire Regt. until accidentally being run-over by a vehicle and taken to Beneden Hospital, Cranbrook, Kent (16 Nov 1943). After convalescing in Ascot, Surrey until 4 Feb 1944 he was transferred on the 15 Mar 1944 to The Welsh Regiment, stationed at Builth Wells and Sennybridge. On the 6 Jan 1945 he was once again transferred, this time to the 34 Counter Mortar Battery, Royal Field Artillery. On 29 Mar 1945 on board 'SS Strathnaver' bound for Bombay, India, arriving 22 Apr 1945. Stationed at Ranchi. Left India 11 Feb 1946. Demobbed Foots Cray, Sidcup, Kent 4th Mar 1946.   18 Jan 1940  Tisbury, Wiltshire   Pte. 5572574 5th Bn. Wiltshire Regiment. Transferred 15 Mar 1944 18th Bn. The Welsh Regt. Transferred 6th Jan 1945 34 Counter Mortar Battery Royal Field Artillery. 
25 GHENT, Sydney Cecil  29 Sep1892  I0222  16 Apr 1913-16 Apr 1914 17 Apr 1914-11 Jun 1914  Brixton, London. Woolwich, London. Dublin Eire   6th London Bde., Royal Field Artillery. Discharged at own request to join 4th Hussars. Discharged on Medical Grounds - Heart Disease. . Given the foregoing Military information the British Army WW1 Medal Rolls would suggest that Sydney served in France and received the Allied Victory Medal, the British War Medal and the 1915 Star.  16 Apr 1913. 17 Apr 1914. 11 Dec 1915  Brixton, London. Woolwich, London. Dublin Eire. France   Gnr. No. 1059. 6th London Brigade RFA. Pte No. 11153. 4th Hussars. Dvr No. L/6153 Royal Field Artillery.  
26 GHENT, William Edward  22 Jun 1914  I0025  1945    Sergeant No. 2583900 Royal Army Service Corps       
27 GHENT, William Frederick  Jun 1896  I0223  Between 11 Aug 1914 and 10 Aug 1920  France: Balkans   The Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Wounded on 17 Oct 1918 by shrapnel to right foot. Awarded Victory Medal, British War Medal and the 1914-15 Star.  11 Aug 1914  Woolwich   Rifleman, No. 5018 
28 GILLINGHAM, Frank  1879  I3595  Between 19 Jan 1915 and 16 Feb 1916  Dorchester, Dorset   6th Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment. Killed in Action 16 Feb 1916. Buried at Bedford House Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Ypres, Belgium  1915-1916  Ypres   Lance Corporal 12861 
29 GOOD, Albert Leslie  25 Jan 1918  I1779  1945    Royal Navy  1945    CTX 212145 
30 GOOD, Henry William  22 Jul 1861  I0046  1900  South Africa   6th Middlesex Regiment. Awarded the Queen's South Africa Medal with 'Cape Colony' clasp. The King's South African Medal with 'South Africa 1901' clasp and 'South Africa 1902' clasp. The Long Service and Good Conduct Medal with 'Transvaal' clasp and 'Orange Free State' clasp.       
31 GOOD, Henry William  20 May 1884  I1773  20 Nov 1914-30 Apr 1920    Transferred from RNAS to RAF 01 Apr 1918.
Discharged Cpl Mech 30 Apr 1920 
19 Nov 1914    Air Mech I No. 200799 Royal Navy Air Service 
32 GOOD, William Frederick    I0010             
33 HARCOURT, John  1851  I5181  1871  Nether Hallam, Sheffield, Yorkshire   Royal Artillery, Sheffield, Yorkshire       
34 HARCOURT, Samuel  27 May 1798  I5193  1815    Pte. in 13th Regiment Of Light Dragoons, 7th Cavalry Brigade. Awarded Waterloo Medal 1815.       
35 HARCOURT, William  1787  I5202  1815    13th Regiment Of Light Dragoons, 7th Cavalry Brigade. Awarded Waterloo Medal 1815.       
36 IRVIN, Henry  1865  I5996  29 Dec 1884-16 Feb 1909  Served in Aldershot, India and Gosport   Promoted to Corporal 1889. Promoted to Sergeant 1890. Promoted to BQSM 1895. Awarded Long Service and Good Conduct Medals.  29 Dec 1884  Aldershot, Hampshire   Gnr. No.46122 Royal Artillery 
37 IRVING, William  1851  I1131  1881    1st Class Army Reserve       
38 KEINCH, Henry Thomas  1890  I3106  Between 1915 and 1919  France   OBLI from 11 Jan 1915 Transferred to Machine Gun Corps 169 Co 29 Jul 1916. Wounded to right eye, hospitalised at Alnwick, Northumberland where he met and married Frances Copeland White. Lost 1 days pay for being 12 hours late rejoining after his marriage,   11 Jun 1915: 29 Jul 1916  Oxford   Private No. 17359: Private No. 46042 
39 KEINCH, Joseph  1884  I3108  1911: 1915  India: Basra, Iraq   1st Bt Oxon Bucks Light Infantry. Died of wounds at Basra 29 Sep 1915. Awarded the Victory Medal, The British War Medal and the 1915 Star.  1911  Oxford, Oxfordshire   Lance Corporal No. 7884 
40 KEMPSON, Wilfred Richard  1883  I0538  1917  Belgium   1st/1st Bucks Bn. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Killed In Action. Awarded Victory and British Medals.  1917  Oxford, Oxfordshire   Pte. No. 266504 
41 MANTLE, Philip Ernest  10 Mar 1911  I3540  1939-1942  Palestine   2nd Battalion Hampshire Regiment   1939-1942  Palestine   Private No. 5493111 
42 MANTLE, Sidney Edward Thomas  1887  I3534  1914-1920  Southampton, Hampshire: Ypres: Stendal Camp, Germany   2nd Battalion Hampshire Regiment. Drafted to the Western Front in 1918. Fought at Ypres and other engagements. Taken prisoner and interred at Stendal Camp, Germany. Awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal.  1914-1920  Southampton, Hampshire   Sgt. No. 355205 
43 MILLINGTON, George Albert  1889  I1791  16 Jan 1907  London   5th Bn Royal Fusiliers. Discharged by purchase 15 Feb 1907  16 Jan 1907  London   Private No. 6554 
44 PAGE, Thomas Henry Flew  12 Jun 1897  I4525  01 Sep 1916-09 Nov 1916  Crystal Palace, London   Royal Navy, Victory II, Crystal Palace, London  1916    K36040 
45 PEARSON, Albert Edward  1890  I2660  8 Dec 1915  Chichester, Sussex   2nd Bt Royal Sussex Regiment. Missing/Killed in Action 15 Jul 1916, Battle of Bazentin Ridge, Somme. Awarded Victory Medal and British War Medal.   8 Dec 1915  Chichester, Sussex   Private No. G/8954 
46 PERRETT, Owen  13 Oct 1886  I7545  1915    Private No. 172069 83rd Overseas Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force       
47 PITT, Albert  1843  I4163  1861-1901    Seaman, Royal Navy       
48 PRIDEAUX, James    I5547  1840  Woolwich, London   Sgt. Royal Marines, Woolwich Division, Plymouth Company       
49 SEYMOUR, Alexander  1840  I5716  1861  Corfu Roads, Corfu, Greece   Ordinary Seaman, at anchor on board HMS 'Terrible'.       
50 STRUTTON, Edward  1880  I2741  25 Apr 1915  Battle of St Julien, Ypres, Belgium   Killed In Action. Awarded the Victory Medal, The British War Medal and the 1915 Star.   1914  Bermondsey, London   Pte. No.230 2nd Bn. East Surrey Regiment 


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