Memorial Register Great Britain and Ireland, Vol 2, WW1, Cemeteries and Churchyards in East Surrey

MARCUS Fit. Offr. Stephen Pcrcival. 6th Flying Training School Royal Air Force. Killed while flying 15th Aug. 1921. Age 26. Son of MaryEllen Carruthers (formerly Marcus) of 34 Canterbury Grove Berea Durban South Africa and the late Peter Alarcus. Born at Tongaat Natal South Africa. C. 510. MORTON Lt. Robert. 29th Bn. Canadian Inf. (British Columbia Regt.). Died of wounds 19th Oct. 1918. Age 40. Son of James and Jessie Morton of Newcastle-on-Tyne. B. 240. M YDDLETON Ptc. George Edwin G/14068. Depot The Buffs. 7th March 1919. Age 20. Son of G.E. and Emily Myddleton of 51 Milton Rd. East Sheen. D. 360. NOBBS Ldg. Sign. Leonard J/8712. R.N. H.M.S. “Mentor.” 12th Aug. 1919. Age 24. Husband of Dorothy M. Dean (formerly Nobbs), of 42 Faraday Rd. Wimbledon. B. 295. N U TTA LL Pte. E.A. 39014. 25th Bn. Middle­ sex Regt. 12th Feb. 1920. C. 264. RADFORD Gnr. William 156760. Clearing Office Royal Garrison Artillery. 16th Jan. 1918. Age 42. Son of Robert and Susan Radford of Taunton Somerset husband of Constance F. Radford of 177 Windsor Rd. Torquay. C. 544. REC K ITT Surgeon C.E. R.N. H.M.S. “Victory.” 20th Jan. 1917. C. 66/7. REID Ptc. W. 9795. 3rd Bn. East Surrey Regt. 16th Feb. 1916. F. 308. RILEY Scrjt. J.G. S/26391. Royal Army Service Corps. 9th Feb. 1919. Age 29. Son of Mrs. E. Riley of 53 Roslyn Avenue Barnes. F. 15. ROBERTS Serjt. H. 11019. 6th Bn. South Lancashire Regt. 17th April 1915. F. 325. SEELS Ptc. Gordon Valentine 2161. 13th Kensington Bn. London Regt. Died of wounds 26th March 1915. Age 19. Son of George and Emily Seels of 2 Quadrant Villas Bridge Rd., Weybridge. C. 588. SLATER Boy 1st Cl. G.R. J/92336. R.N. H.M.S. “Malaya.” Died of diphtheria 7th Oct. 1919. Age 17. Son of Bertram Thomas and Annie Elizabeth Slater of Oak Lodge Balcombc Rd. Horley. Born at Leicester. C. 228. SMITH Pte. C.F. 205418. 4ht Bn. York and Lancaster Rcgt. 15th June 1918. F. 297. STEPHENSON Capt. L. J. T. Oxf. and Bucks Inf.Light 8th June 1915. E. 370/371. WALTON Capt. John Willie. Royal Air Force. 3rd Dec. 1918. Age 29. E. 224. WARD Fit. Sub. Lieut. Clinton Granville Brooks. Royal Naval Air Service. 23rd Jan. 1916. Age 20. Son of Mr. F. Ward C.B.E. of 3 Elm Bank Gardens Barnes and the late Mrs. R. Ward. Served in France with the Honourable Artillery Company. B. 256/257. WOOTTON Pte. Frederick Cyril 400578. 17th Bn. Essex Regt. 8th July 1918. Age 24, Son of Mr. W.and Mrs. M.A. Wootton of 45, Archway St. Barnes. E. 379. YOUNG Lt. P. Machine Gun Corps (Inf.), attd. 6th Bn. Middlesex Regt. 21st Aug. 1918. F. 23. BARNES OLD CEMETERY is on Barnes Common almost on the border of Putney and close to Putney (Old) Cemetery. It belongs to the Urban District Council. BUDIBENT Maj. G. Royal Army Service Corps. 2nd Oct. 1918. FRASER L.A.B. H. Mcrscy/Z/178. R.N.V.R. 1st Reserve Bn. R.N. Div. 27th March 1916. GRAHAM Fit. Lieut. Charles Walter D.S.O. No. 1 Wing (Dunkerque) Royal Naval Air Service. Killed while flying (crashed) 8th Sept. 1916. Age 23. Son of Charles Knott Graham and Helen Graham ”of“ Aiuta 9 Kitson Rd. Barnes. HARDS Rfn. A.V. 2791. London Irish Rifles. Died of sickness 25th Feb. 1916. Age 28. Son of Thomas George and Sarah Rebecca Hards. 20 yards North of Chapel. WEBSTER Fit. Serjt. David Charles Graham, 409109. Royal Air Force. Died of appendicitis 27th Feb. 1921. Age 37. Son of Alice Elizabeth Clark (formerly Webster) of 172 Castclnau, Barnes and the late James Henry Webster husband of the late Alice Webster. 10
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