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In every issue the Roll of Honour provided a biography of each OBM killed. CO of the 7th Battalion of the Northamptonshire Regiment. Son of Octavius Henry and Florence Theodoria Brookes. CAPTAIN HENRY RICHARD BROOKES, 101st GRENADIERS, INDIAN ARMY, was born at Port Blair, Andamans, on 10th January, 1886, and was the youngest son of Octavius Henry Brookes, of Chaucer Road, Bedford, and a grandson of the late Colonel William Brookes, Gordon Highlanders, formerly the 75th Stirlingshire Regiment. In the 1881 census he was aged 14, born Borley, Essex, a scholar, boarder, resident King Edward VII Grammar Boys' School, King's Lynn. Killed in action Saturday 15 June 1918, on the Asiago Plateau, Italy. IN the 1911 census he was a Training College Student, born Leicester, aged 21, resident Culham College, Abingdon, Berkshire. Served in South African (Boer War) 1900-2 with the Mounted Infantry where he was slightly wounded. In 1906 he attended Harpur Trust Boys' School, Bedford. See also Bedford, Priory Methodist Church(1892-1902), Capatin & Battalion Major, Royal Engineers attached Commanding, 8th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Son of the late William Hackett Chase and Priscilla Jane Chase; husband of Gladys Maude Chase (nee Waller), married 28 March 1910 in Delhi, Bengal. Killed in action over enemy lines Sunday 29 April 1917, in France. He was perfectly splendid, leading his comoany up to the first line of the German trenches, and smiling and saying, 'Come on, you fellows, we've got them now.' The battalion were splendid for the way they went through the machine-gun fire, whcih opened the moment we came out. Skinner's School, Tunbridge Wells, and Modern School, Bedford ; entered his father's business in Jan. Killed in action 1 December 1917 in France & Flanders. Enlisted 1916, aged 39 years 5 months, resident at 1 Foster Hill Road, Bedford, a Carpenter & Joiner, served in the South African War (1899-1902), married Gertrude Lousa Rowles in Bedford 4 June 1900, height 5 feet 6½ inches, chest 39 inches, went to France 19 April 1917. In the 1901 census he was aged 11, born Buckingham, resident with his parents at 49, Cauldwell Street, Bedford. Died of wounds in German hands Thursday 7 June 1917. Son of Herbert and Amelia Eliza Pollard, of 8, Woburn Rd., Bedford; brother of Alfred Gordon Pollard (above). See also Bedford St Marys(1896-02), Air Mechanic 2nd Class 7350, Royal Flying Corps. Died on march from Kut-el-Amara Friday 1 June 1917, in the Middle East. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Rose; husband of Winifred Mitchell Ellis (formerly Rose)(nee Mitchell), of Bedford House, Chiswick, London, married 1913 in St. Son of John and Jane Simms, of 87 Stanley Street, Bedford. This needs further investigation, the only man for the London Regiment with that name is a Private on CWGC.(1897-99), Born 16 December 1883, birth registered in Bedford 1st Quarter 1884. See also Bedford All Saints(1908-09), Private 851, 1st/1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Yeomanry. Son of Francis Albert and Eleanor Annie Taylor, of Clifton; husband of Winifred Taylor, of Bakery, Clifton. Also commemorated on Clifton War Memorial and Bedfordshire Yeomanry War Memorial He was mobilised from the Army Reserve in August 1914, and in the following June embarked for France. Buried in TWELVE TREE COPSE CEMETERY, Turkey (including Gallipoli). Son of Lois Wareing, of 48, Victoria St., Dunstable, Beds., and the late Charles Edward Wareing. In the 1911 census he was aged 15, born Bedford, at school, resident with his mother and grandparents at 59, Goldington Road, Bedford. Buried in BROWN'S ROAD MILITARY CEMETERY, FESTUBERT, Pas de Calais, France. On the 13th April, 1915, Major Wheeler led his Squadron to the attack of the "North Mound".
which included his war service and achievements at school. His charisma and leadership was transferred from the rugby field to the battlefield and he was killed on 31 July 1917 at Zilleheke in the Battle of Passchendaele. In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born South America, resident with his gandmother and mother at Manor House, Hilderstone, Stone, Staffordshire. Grave 4.(1903-10), Private 1211899, 1st Battalion, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. In the 1901 census he was aged 15, born London, resident with his parents, Octavius H and Florence F Brookes, at 37, Chancer Road, Bedford Eastern Ward St Paul, Bedford. Captain Brookes was educated at Bedford and entered the Bedfordshire Regiment from the Militia in 1905, being transferred two years later to the Indian Army and becoming Lieutenant in 1908. Commemorated on VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL, Somme, France.(1880 84), Private 490565, 3rd Labour Battalion, Canadian Labour Corps. Buried in BLEUET FARM CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Took part in operations in the Tansvaal in m Ay and June, 1900, including actions neat Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill (11th and 12th June) : Operation Wittebergen (1st to 29th July), Bothaville and Caledon River (27th to 29th Nov): operations in Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including action at Frederickstad : was in command of the 5th Battalion, Mounted Infantry from February to March 1902 : took part in the operations in Orange River Colony and Cape Colony 30th November 1900 to March 1901 : operations in Orange River Colony March to September 1901 and October 1901 to April 1902, and those in Cape Colony September to October 1901 and April to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in Desptaches [London Gazette 10th September 1901 and 29th July 1902] : brevet of Major : Queen's Medal with four clasps and King's Medal with two clasps); subsequently served in Burma, India, and with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders : was wounded 20th September 1914 but returned to the front, and was subsequently killed in action near Lille, Wednesday 28th October 1914. A commerative plaque is to be found inside on the wall of St Mary's Church, Bletsoe. Buried in JERUSALEM WAR CEMETERY, Israel and Palestine (including Gaza) . They eventually went through four lines of trenches, thous, alas! 1912 ; joined the Honourable Artillery Company in Nov. 1917, of acute peritonitis, contracted while on active service. Son of Thomas and Beechie Laughton, of 16, Lansdowne Rd., Bedford. Buried in BLEUET FARM CEMETERY, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Buried in BROWN'S COPSE CEMETERY, ROEUX, Pas de Calais, France. In the 1891 census he was aged 3, born Buckingham, resident with his parents in Bridge Street, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire. Born 16 April 1886 in Plymouth, Devon, baptised at St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon. In the 1901 census he was aged 5, born Bedford, resident with his parents, John and Jane Sims, at 87, Stanley Street, Bedford. Commemorated on LA FERTE-SOUS-JOUARRE MEMORIAL, Seine-et-Marne, France. Son of Thomas Wareing and Clara Smith of Stevington; his father was a farmer. Son of George Thomas (a schoolmaster) and Ellen Smith, of Wassewa, Manitoba, formerly of 87 Goldington Road, Bedford. In the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Clifton, a Baker Working At Home, resident with his parents in Central Street, Clifton, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. He was eagaged with his unit on important duties in various sectors and fought in the Battles of Loos, St. He was killed in action in the vicinity of Loos on February 12th, 1916, and was entitled to the 1914-15 Star, and the General Service and Victory Medals.(1884-91), Captain, 1st Battalion, Prince Of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians). Husband of Antoinette Geraldine Taylor (nee Dare), c/o 9A, Sackville St., Piccadilly, London, married 1902 in Hastings, Sussex. Became 2nd Lieutenant on Probation [London Gazette , page 5309] Buried in CAMBERWELL OLD CEMETERY, Camberwell, London Borough of Southwark, Greater London. Grave 17172.(1910-13), Lieutenant, 41st Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Son of Charles John and Olga Trapp, of Bushmead, St. In the 1911 census he was aged 15, a Russian Resident, a Boarder at Bedford Modern School, boarding at 97, Ashburnham Road, Bedford. In the 1901 census he was aged 3, born Bedford, resident with his parents at 99, High Street, Bedford. Paul's, bedford, at school, resident with his uncle and aunt, Frank George and Hannah Maria Wareing, at 99 High Street Bedford. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Buried in ADANAC MILITARY CEMETERY, MIRAUMONT, Somme, France. He was seen far ahead of his men riding single-handed straight for the enemy's standards. (1900-08), Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.
IN the 1901 census he was aged 2, born Grendon, Northamptonshire, resident with his parents, Charles Fred and Frances Louisa Dinsley, at School House, The Green, Harrold, Bedfordshire. Awarded DSO (London Gazette 19-4-01) for services during Boer War. MP for Georgetown in the first parliament of Union of South Africa in 1910-11. Married Ella Mabel Waylen on 3-6-1893, had six daughters. His cheif enterprise was the formation of the East Rand Proprietary Mines, of which he was chairman from its inception to the day of his death. Son of George Gray, of 55, Madeley Rd., Ealing, London, and the late Elizabeth Ann Gray, originally of "Langley", Waltham Avenue, Egham, Surrey. Enlisted in 6th Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps in 12 October 1914, in London, aged 32, Clerk by trade, unmarried, height 5 feet 6½ inches, chest 35 inches. at Mhow, India, 29 April, 1911, and went with them to South Africa ; was home on leave when war broke out in Aug. enlisted Chatham, Kent, resident Ampthill, Bedfordshire. Second son of William and Sarah Elizabeth Martin, of "Maydencroft," Ampthill, Beds. Buried in ACHIET-LE-GRAND COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, Pas de Calais, France. In 1904 he was invited to play at Northampton and only a year later he was made captain. In the 1911 census he was aged 31, born Newport Pagnell, an Ironmongers Assistant, resident with his parents at 13 High Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. Missing, later reported killed in action Monday 5 February 1917, in Pas de Calais, France. Born 13 October 1887 and baptised 4 December 1887 in Bombay, India. Killed in action Friday 5 February 1915, in Pas de Calais, France. In the 1911 census he was aged 21, a butcher, born St. See also Huntingdon All Saints and Huntingdon Town Hall(1907-10), Private 5807, 3rd/4th Battalion, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. He was the son of Thomas Philbrick, a Contractors Agent, born 1844 in Reading, Berkshire, and his wife Isabel, born 1850 in Cahore, Punjab, India. following ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Nov. 1914 ; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Sept. He was popular with the whole brigade, and loved by the men and officers of his company." He . In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, a Clerk, resident with his brother and sister at Great White End Farm, Latimer, Buckinghamshire. WALKER John Croxton of the Holt Aspley Guise Bedfordshire second lieutenant H. Army died 3 September 1916 in France Probate London 14 November to Frederick Walker and Joseph Hill farmers. 6d.(1900-06), Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached to 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment. Grave 22.2nd LIEUTENANT WALTER ARTHUR BEAUMONT WALKER, ARMY SERVICE CORPS, attd. THE BEDFORDSHIRE REGIMENT, son of Richard Beaumont Walker, Ranchi, Chota Nagpur, India, was born at Dilrugahm, Upper Assam, on the 24th March, 1892.
Son of Charles Frederick and Frances Louisa Dinsley (nee Gifkins), of Harrold, Sharnbrook. of Charles Frederick Dinsley, of Harrold, Sharnbrook, co. Took part in Jameson Raid of 1895 and sentenced to death for treason by the Afrikaners, but remitted on payment of 25,000 fine. Eight years later he and his brothers established themsleves at Johannesburg, where in a few years he became one of the leading men in the mining industry of the Witwatersrand. Killed in action Friday 29 January 1915, in Pas de Calais, France. Born 23 September 1880, Egham Surrey, enlisted London, resident Egham, Surrey. Son of John Hamilton Marshall, of Lenox Ave, Melbourne, Australia and Blanche Marshall of 73 Muswell Hill London; brother of John Marshall (below). Employed in the Royal Mail Shipping Office, London. Killed in action Sunday 25 August 1918, in Pas de Calais, France. Born 28 June 1895 in the Straits Settlements, Singapore. Killed in action Thursday 16 November 1916, in Egypt. In Northampton there is a memorial to Edgar Mobbs as he played his rugby there. Since he could run 100 yards in a little over 10 seconds, it was not surprising that he became a wing three-quarter of genius. Mouat-Biggs, of 28, Pickwick Rd., Dulwich Village, London. Son of John and Elizabeth Annie Odell, of High St., Newport Pagnell, Bucks. In the 1891 census he was aged 11, resident with his parents in High Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. See also Newport Pagnell Extract from ODELL Percy John of Blair House Newport Pagnell Buckinghamshire corporal in H. Army died between 6 and 9 October 1916 in France on active service Probate London 1 February to John Odell and Reginald Thomas Odell ironmongers. 1d.(1900-04), Lieutenant, Hood Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. In the 1911 census he was aged 23, single, born Goa, Portuguese India, Assistant Paymaster, on board H. Panel 9.(1903-04), Private 959, "B" Squadron, Northamptonshire Yeomanry. Son of the late William and Annie Pentelow, of Huntingdon. In the 1891 census he was aged 1, resident with his father in Market Square, St Neots, Huntingdonshire. neots, Huntingdonshire, resident with his parents at 66, High Street, Huntingdon St John, Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire. His Commanding Officer wrote : " He had done his duty nobly in the attack for three days under most trying conditions. Son of Alweyne Turner (Barrister-at-Law), and of Violet F. Buried in BEDFORD HOUSE CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, born Newport, Pagnell, resident with his parents, James C and Mary A Walker, at 86, High Street, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire.
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.
Born Karachi, India 26 September 1894, baptised Christ Church, Karachi, India, 28 October 1894. In 1901, aged 6, he was a boarder at Church Missionaries Childrens' House, in Limpsfield, Surrey. Attested and passed fit 3 April 1916 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, aged 37 years 6 months, height 5 feet 8 inches, chest 37¼ inches, fair complexion, blue eyes. See also Woburn [Some sources spell his middle name Wakeling e.g. On 6 September 1909 he was a teacher at Biggleswade Board (Holmead Middle) School (boys), Biggleswade. Died of gunshot wounds to the head Wednesday 18 July 1917, in Nord, France. In the 1891 census he was aged under 1 year, resident with his parents at Cyril Street, Northampton, Northamptonshire. of James and Elizabeth Knox ; the eldest of nine brothers, six of whom served in the European War. Buried in BRUAY COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, Pas de Calais, France. Killed in action Monday 25 September 1916, on the Somme. IN the 1911 census he was aged 19, born Meppershall, Bedfordshire, an Apprentice Etching & Process Engraving, resident with his sister and brother-in-law, Sarah Jane and Abraham Barnes, at 11 Sumac Street, Clayton, Manchester. Born Born 3rd May 1899 at Carshalton, Surrey 7th child of John William Bird Robinson and Annie Sewell Joyce (5 siblings born at West End Farm, Kempston), enlisted Harrow, Middlesex. Son of John Stephenson Robson and Mary Robson, of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Buried in YPRES RESERVOIR CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. In the 1891 he was aged 8, born Sussxec, son of John S and L H Jocelyn Dick, resident with his parents in Montpelier Crescent, Brighton, Sussex. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Dickins, of 30 Russell Avenue, Bedford, England, and the late Walter Dickins. National Archives of Canada accession Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 2506 - 5(1911-16), Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Buried in ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. In the 1901 census he was aged 9, born Bedfordshire, resident with his parents at Church Farm, Podington Bedfordshire. Third son (born 17-6-1859 at Chatteris) of the late Charles Farrar MD, of Chatteris, and Mrs Helen Farrar, of Bedford. M General - Central Force, Union Defence Forces, late Hon. Son of the late Charles Farrar, of Chatteris, co Cambridge, M. In the 1901 census he was a son, born Bedford, resident 169 Tavistock Street, Bedford. Killed in action Wednesday 15th September 1915 in France & Flanders. When the "Great Push" cause he saw considerable fighting, but escaped unhurt until September 15th. At school the boys admired him as a "sticker," and a straight forward fellow, while the Headmaster and Staff looked upon him as one sure to make a name for himself, and do honour to the school. He joined the 28th London Territorials (Artists' Rifles), 16 April, 1912, and on the outbreak of war volunteered for foreign service, and went to France, 26 Oct. He was given a commission as 2nd Lieut., and was posted to the 2nd East Lancashires, 27 March, 1915. (1892-98), Lieutenant Colonel, 7th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Former England International Rugby Football player. In the 1901 census he was aged 18, born Northamptonshire, an Accountant (Chartered), resident with his mother at Dartmouth Road, Olney, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. He was a Member of the Committee of English Rugby Union."It has been ninety years since Edgar Mobbs played rugby for England. In the 1911 census he is aged 14, at school, born Bangalore, India, resident with his mother, Priscilla, and his siblings, at 132 Foster Hill Road Bedford. Effects £661 15s.11d.(1895-96), Private 33035, 5th Battalion [CWGC] or 6th Battalion [SDGW], Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Buried in DARTMOOR CEMETERY, BECORDEL-BECOURT, Somme, France. Died on board "Dundee Castle" from dysentery and septic fingers Sunday 10 October 1915, in the Mediteranean. Born 22 September 1892 at Emberton, Newport Pagnell, baptised 20 November 1892 at Emberton, Buckinghamshire. Killed in action Friday 28 December 1917, in Belgium. Son of James Adkins Paul, of 30 Avenue Du Bel Air, Colombes, Seine, France. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Grave 9.(1903-06), Second Lieutenant, 3rd/1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment.
IN the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Nuneaton, a Dentist Pupil, resident with his parents at 2 Market Place, Nuneaton, Warwickshire. In the 1901 census he was aged 18, born Brighton, resident with his parents John S and Leonora J B Dick, at 43, Abbotsford Avenue, Tottenham, Edmonton, Middlesex. Attested 22 September 1914 and passed fit 31 August 1914 at Valcartier, Canada, aged 23 years 3 months, height 5 feet 7½ inches, chest 34½ inches, dark complexion, brown eyes, dark brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. Commemorated on VIMY MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. In the 1901 census he was aged 2, born Kempston, Beds., resident with his parents, Sam A and Laura C Edwards, at 76, Bunyan Road, Town, Kempston, Bedford. EMILIE VALLEY CEMETERY, VILLERS-FAUCON, Somme, France. Son of Fred Owen Eustace and Harriet Rebecca Eustace, of 19, Woodstock Rd., Croydon, England. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, born Long Marston (sic), Hertfordshire, resident with his parents at 55, Gery Street, Bedford. Commemorated on LONE PINE MEMORIAL, Turkey (including at Gallipoli. Panel 10.(1899-1905), Lance Corporal 75418, Scouts Section, 29th Battalion, , Canadian Infantry. John's Ambulancw Brigade Hospital, Etaples, Pas de Calais, France. Emigrated to Canada 29 March 1907 from Liverpool to Halifax, Canada, aboard the "Virginian". Killed in action Sunday 11 February 1917, on the Somme. Born 11 August 1891 in Podington, enlisted Ampthill, resident Sharnbrook. Prince Evans and Mary Eliza Prince Evans, of Moat Cottage, Sharnbrook, Bedford. See also Sharnbrook(1870-75), Colonel, Assistant Quarter Master General to Centre Division of Union of South Africa Forces. Died of wounds 18-5-15, age 56, motor trolley collided with a train at Knibis, near Gibeon, German South West Africa, on 17-5-15. In the 1911 census he was agd 20, a Municipal Official Clerk, born Bedford, resident with his parents and siblings at 169 Tavistock Street, Bedford. See also Bedford St Martins(1905-12), Lance Corporal 3885, "C" Company, 1st/15th Battalion, London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles). Son of George and Mary Grantham, of 127, Marlborough Rd., Bedford. The examination over, he at once "joined up," and on December 2nd, 1915, crossed to France with a draft of the London Regiment (the Civil Service Service Rifles). Seapoint School, Cape Town, and Bedford Modern School. MCPHERSON Donald William of 25 Elsworthy-road South Hampstead Middlesex major H. Indian Army died 16 November 1916 at Abu Garrad Sinai in Egypt Administration (with Will) London 4 April to Sybil Lilian Winifred Mcpherson widow. He was shot in the trenches on the 30th December, 1914, and was buried at Estaires. In the 1891 census he was aged 8, born Northamptonshire, a scholar, resident with his parents at The Avenue, St Giles, Northampton, Northamptonshire. In 1909-10 he played against Ireland, and was Captain of the England Fifteen which defeated France in Paris. Son of Frederick Charles Theophilus and Priscilla Muller, of Eastern Bengal Railways, Kanchrapara, Bengal, India. See also Bedford St Paul's NORTH Neville Marriott of 5 Goldington-avenue Bedford captain 5th Northumberland Fusiliers died in France killed in action Administration (limited) Northampton 15 November to Frances North (wife of Harry North) attorney of the said Harry North. Buried in BEDFORD CEMETERY, Foster Hill Road, Bedford, Beds. Grave 170.(1908-13), Second Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment). In 1901 he was aged 4, resident with his parents at Cliff House, Lenton Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. Died of wounds Saturday 21 October 1916, on the Somme. In 1901 he was aged 8, resident with his parents at Cliff House, Lenton Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. Grave 11.(1905-10), Petty Officer Motor Mechanic F/3129, Armoured Car Division (Dardanelles), Royal Naval Air Service. See also Emberton(1903-05), Captain, 6th Battalion attached to 12th Battalion, Kings Royal Rifle Corps.
He married at Johannesburg 2-6-1893, Ella Mabel ( Chicheley Hall, Newport Pagnell, Bucks & Bedford Farm, near Johannesburg, Transvaal), dau of the late Charles William Waylen, I. In the 1911 census he was aged 18, a Clerk at the Stock Exchnage, unmarried, resident with his parents at Swan Hotel, Woburn Sands. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. See also Woburn HAMMOND Lionel Gooderham of the Bedford Arms Hotel Woburn Bedfordshire died 3o October 1917 in Belgium Administration (with Will) London 8 August to Amelia Hammond (wife of Robert Thomas Hammond). 2d.(1904-08), Lance Corporal 4528, 1st/14th (County of London) Battalion (London Scottish), London Regiment. In the 1881 census he was aged 4, born Redhill, Surrey, visiting a friend with his widowed mother, Eleanor, in Chart Road, Reigate, Surrey. Passed out from Royal Military College 1910, became Lieutenant 1911. Major Lees organised and led a night assault with rather more than 100 of his men, afterwards reinforced to 150, drove the Germans out, found he was the senior officer left alive on the hill, and proceeded to conduct the defence. He left his trench and crossed under a heavy fire to the trenches held by the Bedfordshire Regiment, which the Germans were assaulting, and he was shot through the head and heart while giving orders to hold on, only ten yards from the enemy. The last words I heard him speak as he led his company off into the trenches were: Now, remember, if anyone is wounded, the others must carry-on—not stop with him. In the 1891 census he was aged 10, a scholar, resident with his parents, John E and Emmeline E Linnell, in Main Street, Pavenham, Bedford. On 18 January 1914, aged 22, he married Eva Ida Andrews at Thurleigh. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. See also Thurleigh(1890-98), Lieutenant, Royal Sussex Regiment .. He maintained communication by despatch riders when his signalling equipment had been destroyed by shell fire. Buried in LA NEUVILLE BRITISH CEMETERY, CORBIE, Somme, France. Son of William George Sedgwick, of Byfield, a draper, by his second wife Jane, daughter of William Thompson, of Eydon ; and brother to Captain A. When admitted to BMS he was resident 68 Harpur Street, Bedford. Husband of May Josephine Warden (nee Hood), married in Kingston Registration District 1907. Webb, of 6, Blenheim Park Rd., South Croydon, and the late George Parker Webb. Served with Royal Naval Reserve, on 6 March 1901 became Midshipman, 31 January 1908 became Acting Sub Lieutenant, resigned 15 July 1910. (1896-1903), Second Lieutenant, 6th (City of London) Battalion (Rifles), London Regiment. Awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross for his valour in Mesopotamia in 1915'For most conspicuous bravery at Shaiba, Mesopotamia. Bedford Modern School; was an Insurance Clerk; joined the Artists' Rifles in 1910 ; was called up on mobilization 4 Aug. Son of Eleanor Wynne Windsor, of 28, Windsor Rd., Palmers Green, London, and the late Herbert Bolten Windsor; older brother of Leslie St. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, born High Barnet, Hertfordshire, resident with his widowed mother at 212, Foster Hill Road, Bedford. Grave 5.(1905-14), Captain, 8th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. Son of George Thomas Young and Eleanor Young, of 8, High Street, Tring, Herts; elder brother of Marcus (below). In the 1901 census he was aged 4, born Tring, resident with his parents at 8, High Street, Tring, Hertfordshire.
Sir George Farrar was one of the best known men in South Africa to whose advancement he had, by legislative work, by attention to mining process, and to practical sympathy with agricultural, powerfully contributed. and had six daus, Helen Mabel b 2-10-1894, Muriel Frances b 6-4-1896, Gwendeline b 14-7-1897, Georgina Marjorie b 17-8-1901, Kathleen Elizabeth b 9-5-1907 and Ella Marguerite b 28-4-1911.(1909-11), Second Lieutenant, 6th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. In the 1901 census he was aged 8, born Stevington, resident with his father in Cranes Inn, 3, Turvey, Bedford, Bedfordshire. As well as Bedford Modern School he was educated at Ampthill Road Boys' School, Bedford (1898). Ethel Harrison, of 17, Holmbush Rd., Putney, London. In the 1891 census he was aged 16, born Bedfordshire, a scholar, resident with his parents in St. In the 1911 census he was aged 36, unmarried, a Class 1 Clerk, resident 23 Oakwood Court, Kensington W, London. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. See also Bedford St Peters and Elstow Church MAJOR THOMAS PRIOR LEES, 1/9th (COUNTY OF LONDON) BATTN. He was educated at Bedford Modern School, under the Rev. On the night of the 20th-21st April the enemy took the trenches on the top of Hill 60. His last gallant charge was as he would have wished it—to the assistance of his county Regiment., the Bedford Regiment. In the 1911 census he was aged 19, born St Melades, Jersey Channel, Islands, an Insurance Agent, resident with his widowed mother (a publican), at Red Lion, Thurleigh, Bedfordshire. Buried in LA CLYTTE MILITARY CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. In 1901 he was aged 9, born Byfield, Northamptonshire, resident with his parents, William G and Jane Sedgwick, in Main Street, Byfield, Daventry, Northamptonshire. Born 4 March 1895 in Byfield, Northants, enlisted Northampton. In 1901 he was aged 6, born Byfield, Northamptonshire, resident with his parents, William G and Jane Sedgwick, in Main Street, Byfield, Daventry, Northamptonshire. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. See also Bedford St Peters(1909-10), Lieutenant temporary Captain, Royal Flying Corps and 3rd Battalion, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). Born 5 July 1898, baptised 25 September 1898 in Bedford, resident Bedford, son of Thomas and Emma Shelton. Born 19 July 1876 and baptised at Chittagong, Christ Church, Bengal, son of Walter and Florence Geraldine Warden. In the 1891 census he was aged 8, resident with his mother in St Peter's, Bedford. In the 1891 census he is aged 18, born India, resident with his parents, George and Margaret A Wheeler, in Linden Road, Bedford his father was a Major General in the Bengal Staff Corps). He was seen far ahead of his men, riding straight for the enemy's standards but was killed in the attack. Died of wounds Wednesday 10 March 1915, in Pas de Calais, France. Born 21 June 1890 and baptised 10 August 1890 in Barnet, Hertfordshire. Born 1 September 1896 and baptised 15 November 1896 in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire. Son of George Thomas Young and Eleanor Young, of 8, High Street, Tring, Herts; younger brother of George (above).