SARMAST Sep. 2962. 57th Wildes Rifles (Frontier Force). 22nd July 1915. SHAIKH ABDUL WAIIAB Sowar 227S. 29th Lancers (Deccan Horse). 16th July, I 9I 5- SHAIKH MOHIUDDIN Bearer 9562. 112th Field Hosp. (Lady Hardinge) Army Hospital Corps. 5th Jan. 1916. SHER GUL Sep. 3483. 57th Wildes Rifles (Frontier Force). 18th Dec. 1915. SIKANDAR KHAN Sep. 2253. 82nd Pun jabis. 25th Sept. 1915. ZARIF KHAN Sep. 304. 127th Queen Marys Own Baluch Inf.Light attd. 129th Duke of Connaughts Own Baluchis. 22nd July 1915. WOKING (ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST) CHURCHYARD EXTENSION is North-West of the Churchyard. BURCHETT Pte. Ernest 18789. nth B11. Royal West Kent Regt. Died of phthisis 4th Dec. 1918. Age 34. Son of Charles and Sarah Burchett of St. Johns husband of Lois Burchett of 10 Lye Cottages St. Johns Lye, Woking. In South part. BUTCHER Spr. Ernest Frederick 17064. 7th Field Coy. Royal Engineers. Died of wounds 7th May 1915. Age 26. Son of Lucy Butcher of 8 Royal Oak Rd. Woking and the late Harry Butcher. Near East boundary. COLLYER Pte. H.G. 41087. 3rd Bn. Norfolk Regt. 26th Feb. 1919. Age 20. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Collyer of 2 Hareland Cottages Canal Bank Woking. In South part. DAWSON Offr.s Ck. 1st Cl. Alfred Charles, 36x164. R.N. H.M.S. “Victory.” 21st March 1920. Age 33. Son of Alfred and Emma Dawson of The Presbytery Victoria Rd. Knaphill Woking. In South part. GODFREY Clr. Serjt. W. J. 18443. 10th Bn. East Surrey Regt. 21st July 1916. Age 41. Son of Mrs. Tallent of 10 Bridge Rd., Chertsey husband of Annie Hannah Jane Godfrey of 238 Walton Rd. Woking. Near East gate. KNOTT Pte. F. W. G „59784. 3rd Bn. Northamptonshire Regt. 12th Nov. 1918. Age 37. Son of Mrs. Knott of 27 Boundary Rd. Woking and the late F. W. G. Knott husband of Jane Knott of Rockwood High- clere Knaphill Woking. In South part. MAY Lee. Cpl. W. R/14567. 13th B11. Kings Royal Rifle Corps. 27th Nov. 1918. Age 23. Son of George and Ellen May of 1, Norley Villas Barrack Path Knaphill, Woking. Born St.at Johns Woking. Near East gate. RENSHAW E.A. 4th Cl. Albert Edwin, M/32183. R.N. H.M.S. “Vernon.” 3rd July 1918. Age 24. Son of Hannah Maria Renshaw, ”of“ Hiilcote Hermitage Rd. Knaphill, Woking. Born St.at Johns Woking. In South part. WILLSMAN A.M.II. WII. „238181. Depot (Isle of Grain) Royal Air Force. Died of phthisis 17th Dec. 1919. Age 21. Son of Henry and Ellen Willsman of ITogtrow Cottage Hook Heath Rd. Woking. In South part. WOKING (ST. PETE RS) CEMETERY at Old Woking is a detached extension 350 yards North-North-East of the Parish Churchyard, and belongs to Trustees. BIRD Spr. A.W. 556453. Royal Engineers. Died of wounds 1st Feb. 1919. Age 35. Husband of Clara Bird of 114 High St. Old Woking. Born at Old Woking. INWOOD Gnr. Albert Morris 2354. Royal Garrison Artillery. 29th June 19x5. Age 26. Son of Rosa Inwood of Moor Lane Westfield, Woking and the late David Inwood. Near East boundary. MAY Pte. C. G/35462. nth Bn. Royal Sussex Regt. transf. to (650462) 303rd Prisoner of War Coy. Labour Corps. ID ied of wounds (gas) 18th June 1920. Age 41. Son of the late William May ”of“ Windgates Merrow, Guildford husband of Helen Edith May of xo Beaconsfield Rd. Kingfield Woking. In North-West part. 77
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