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IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE MEN OF SUDBURY

WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE IN THE ‘WAR TO END ALL WARS’

Roll of Honour

1914 - 1919

 

A list of all the men from Sudbury who lost their lives during the First World War.
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This Roll of Honour has been compiled to complement the original Borough of Sudbury
Roll of Honour completed by L.B.Cook in November 1919.

Compiled by Shirley A. Smith. © Sudbury and District Royal British Legion, January 2007.

Note: In the text the term 'CWGC' refers to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.


Private Frederick Robert Abbott, Manchester Regiment

53024 12th (Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry) Battalion
Manchester Regiment

Frederick Abbott was born in Chelmsford, Essex. He was living in Sudbury when he enlisted in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, formerly as T4/275636 Army Service Corps.

Frederick died on 26th March 1918. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Cala ... more


Private Frederick Charles Adams, The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

G/27789 15th Battalion The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)
Transferred to (58204) 98th Company, Labour Corps

Frederick Adams was born in Long Melford around 1897, the son of Alexander and Bertha Adams. His father was a cocoa nut mat maker and his mother a horsehair weaver. The family lived at one time at Westgate Street, Long Melford, they later moved to ... more


Private Stanley Phillip Ager, Middlesex Regiment

TF/5943 ‘C’ Company 1st/8th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

Stanley Ager was born in Sudbury around 1893, the son of Herbert and Louisa Ager. His father was a journeyman butcher and the family lived in Newman’s Road, Sudbury.

Stanley died aged 23 on 8th October 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, Fr ... more


Private Ernest Frank Albon, Suffolk Regiment

24903 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment
(3rd Battalion on the original Roll of Honour)

Ernest was born around 1887 in Long Melford, the son of Frederick John and Emma Albon. His father was employed as a cocoa mat weaver. The family lived at one time in Back Lane, Long Melford, they later moved to 5 Bridge Foot, Sudbury and then to 94 Cross Street. His older brother Fr ... more


Private Frederick John Albon, Suffolk Regiment

22346 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Frederick was born around 1885 in Long Melford, the son of Frederick John and Emma Albon. His father was a cocoa mat maker. The family lived at one time in Back lane, Long Melford, they later moved to 5 Bridge Foot, Sudbury and then to 94 Cross Street, Sudbury. At the age of 16 Frederick was employed as a bargeman.

Frederic ... more


Sergeant Joseph Edward Allen, Suffolk Regiment

6397 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Joseph Allen was born in Kings Lynn, Norfolk. He was the son of Harry and Cecelia Allen, of 5 Priory Walk, Sudbury. Joseph was married to Lillie Katie, who after the war was living at Temple Grove, Eastbourne, Sussex. Joseph enlisted in Sudbury.

Joseph was killed in action on 18th February 1915, aged 30. There is no known ... more


Private Walter Ed. Ambrose, Middlesex Regiment

G/18245 11th Battalion Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Walter Ambrose was born around 1892 in Long Melford, the son of John and Lucy Ambrose. Walter had a brother Sidney and a sister Kate who were both older than him. The family lived at Cock and Bell Lane, Long Melford, they later moved to 5 May Cottages, Waldingfield Road, Sudbury. His father was employed as ... more


Rifleman Ernest Cecil Ames, London Regiment

324085 6th Battalion London Regiment (City of London Rifles)

Attached to 2nd/16th Battalion London Regiment (Queen’s Westminster Rifles)

(Served as JOHNSON)

Ernest Ames (recorded as ‘Amos’ on the Original Roll of Honour) was born in Sudbury around 1890, the son of Thomas Zephaniah Ames and Lucy Ames. His father was a Police Constable and ... more


Private Harry James Argent, East Lancashire Regiment

8531 1st Battalion East Lancashire Regiment

Harry Argent was born around 1893, the son of James and Martha Argent. In 1914 when notified of his death, his mother was living at 86 East Street, Sudbury. He had 2 brothers who also served on the front: Ernest served with the Royal Field Artillery; Walter served with the East Lancashire Regiment. After the war his parents were livi ... more


Captain Raymond Linay Armes, North Staffordshire Regiment

7th Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment

Raymond Armes was the youngest son of William and Sarah Armes. He was unmarried. He had 2 brothers: William Morriss (known as Morriss), who lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment and is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial and Reginald John, who joined his brother to serve with the North Staffordshire Regiment and surv ... more


William Morris ArmesLieutenant Colonel William Morris Armes, Suffolk Regiment

5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

William Armes, known as Morriss was the eldest of 3 sons of William and Sarah Armes. He had 2 brothers: Raymond Linay, who lost his life serving with the North Staffordshire Regiment and is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial and Reginald John, who joined his brother to serve with the North Staffordshire Regiment and survived the war. Wil ... more


Private Frederick Harry Barber, Suffolk Regiment

2832 5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(2nd Battalion on the original Roll of Honour)

Frederick Barber was born in Sudbury around 1894, the son of Walter and Sarah Ann Barber. His father was a miller’s carman, and the family lived at 6 Cross Street, Sudbury. Frederick enlisted in Sudbury.

Frederick died aged 20 on 18th December 1914 at Burleigh House, ... more


Private Harry Barber, Suffolk Regiment

3/7347 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Harry Barber was born in Haverhill around 1882, the son of Walter and Harriett Barber. His father was employed as a silk weaver and his mother as a housekeeper. In 1891 the family were living at Norway Cottage, Queens Road, Sudbury, they later moved to Newmans Road. Harry attended St. Gregory and St. Peter’s School. At the age of 17 he wa ... more


Driver Albert Daniel Bareham, Royal Field Artillery

103355 G.H.Q. (Salonika) Royal Field Artillery

Albert Bareham was born in Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury.

Albert died on 26th August 1918 and lies buried in Taranto Town Cemetery Extension, Italy.


Private Bertie Bareham, Suffolk Regiment

3941 4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Believed to be Bertie Bareham, who was born in Sudbury around 1889. In 1891 there was a Bertie Bareham aged 2 living at 8 Girling Street with his widowed grandmother Sarah Bitten and mother Emma Bareham, who was a silk weaver. Bertie enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds.

Bertie was killed in action on 18th August 1916. There is no known grave and he is ... more


Second Lieutenant Cecil Christopher Baring, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

8th Battalion Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Cecil Baring was born around 1898 in Simla, India, the son of Rev. Francis Henry and Amy Baring, of ‘Marchdyke’, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire. He was educated at Haileybury College. His father was listed as a Rector in Suffolk in 1896. His brothers Reginald Arthur, Charles Alexander and Ernest also lost their lives ... more


Private Charles Alexander Baring, Australian Infantry A.I.F.

5223 52nd Battalion Australian Infantry A.I.F.

Charles Baring was born around 1893, the son of Rev. Francis Henry and Amy Baring, of ‘Marchdyke’, Chandler’s Ford, Hampshire. He was born at King’s Worthy, Hampshire. His father was listed as a Rector in Suffolk in 1896. His brothers Cecil Christopher, Reginald Arthur and Ernest also lost their lives serving th ... more


Lance Corporal Ernest Baring, Australian Infantry A.I.F.

1756 56th Battalion Australian Infantry A.I.F.

Ernest Baring was born at Northam around 1890, the son of Rev. Francis Henry and Amy Baring, of ‘Marchdyke’, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire. His father was listed as a Rector in Suffolk in 1896. His brothers Cecil Christopher, Reginald Arthur and Charles Alexander also lost their lives serving their country and are remember ... more


Second Lieutenant Reginald Arthur Baring, Royal Air Force

73rd Squadron Royal Air Force

Reginald Baring was born around 1899, the son of Rev. Francis Henry and Amy Baring, of ‘Marchdyke’, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire. His father was listed as a Rector in Suffolk in 1896. His brothers Cecil Christopher, Charles Alexander and Ernest also lost their lives serving their country and are remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.
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Private Charles A. Barrell, Grenadier Guards

13624 Grenadier Guards

George Barrell was born in Bulmer around 1887, he was the son of George and Caroline Barrell. His father was a farm labourer and stockman and the family were living at Lower Houses, Bulmer. George was married to Florence, who after the war was living at 4 Mill Lane, Sudbury.

Charles died aged 32 on 1st March 1919 and lies buried in St. Andrew& ... more


Rifleman Herbert William Basham, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)

235027 1st/5th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)

Herbert Basham (recorded as ‘William Herbert’ on CWGC) was born in Sudbury around 1888, the son of James and Mary Basham. His parents, 2 older sisters and an older brother were all employed as silk weavers. The family lived at 2 Plough Lane, Sudbury.

Herbert died aged 29 on 20th September 191 ... more


Private Charles John Bayes, London Regiment

4324 1st/13th Kensington Battalion London Regiment

Charles Bayes was born around 1883 in Kings Lynn, Norfolk, the son of Alfred and Mary Ann Bayes. His father was a cocoa mat weaver. W. Armes originally had their matting factory in King’s Lynn, so it is possible that Alfred Bayes was employed there and moved his family to Sudbury at the same time W. Armes moved the busin ... more


Air Mechanic 2nd Class Edward Marshall Bear, Royal Air Force

303885 Royal Air Force

Edward Bear was born in Sudbury around 1885, the son of William Lewis and Maria Bear. Both his parents were employed as silk weavers. When Edward was aged 6 the family were living at 18 Garden Row, Sudbury, they later moved to 7 Inkerman Row. Edward was employed as a warehouseman before joining the Royal Air Force on 3rd October 1918 where he served as a ... more


Sapper Frederick Arthur Beer, Royal Engineers

61577 72nd Field Company Royal Engineers

Frederick Beer was born around 1894. He was married to Ellen Winifred Crisswell on 28th December 1914, and they had a daughter. Frederick served as an apprentice joiner with George Grimwood & Sons and had been employed with them for 6 years when he enlisted. According to his army record when he enlisted he was living at 4 Oxford Ter ... more


Private Percy Beevis, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

26065 9th Battalion The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Percy Beevis was born around 1890 in Romford, Essex, the fourth son of Albert and Emily Beevis. His father was a journeyman tailor and in 1901 the family of 9 were living at 87 East Street. Percy was married to Beatrice.

Percy died aged 26 on 14th July 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the T ... more


Private Albert James Bell, Suffolk Regiment

3/9946 11th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(9th Battalion on the original Roll of Honour)

Albert Bell was born in Long Melford around 1890, the son of Samuel and Agnes Bell. His father was a wine agent and in 1901 the family were living at the White Hart Inn, Long Melford. Albert enlisted in Sudbury.

Albert died of wounds on 8th November 1918 and lies buried ... more


Private Clarence William James Bell, York and Lancaster Regiment

9626 2nd Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment

Clarence Bell was born in Sudbury around 1893, the son of Mrs. L. Gager, formerly Bell, of 51 St. Margaret’s Street, Ipswich. Clarence was living in Bures, when he enlisted in Braintree, Essex.

Clarence died aged 21 on 23rd October 1914. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Ploegsteert Memorial, nea ... more


Able Seaman Edwin Belsham, Royal Navy

H.M.S. Astrea Royal Navy

Unable to trace any record at the present time for Edwin Belsham.

H.M.S. Astrea was an Astrea Class Cruiser, which was built in 1893 and was scrapped in 1920.

Edwin Belsham is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Able Seaman Henry John Belsham, Royal Navy

J/23451 H.M.S. Eden, Royal Navy

Henry Belsham (recorded as ‘John Henry Belsham’ on CWGC) died on 17th June 1916. H.M.S. Eden, a River Class destroyer was in collision with S.S. France in the English Channel on this date. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent.

A Cross of Remembrance was laid at the Chatham Naval ... more


Private Sidney Binks, Suffolk Regiment

7528 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Sidney Binks was born in Sudbury around 1887, the son of John and Maria Binks. The family of 5 lived at 8 Straw Lane, Sudbury. His father was employed as a pig dealer, his 3 older brothers: Edward, Bertie and Charlie were all mat weavers and Sidney at the age of 14 was employed as a garden domestic. Sidney enlisted in Sudbury.

Sid ... more


Rifleman Edward Sydney Blythe, Rifle Brigade

S/9473 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade

Edward Blythe was born around 1895 in Sudbury, the son of Charles and Rosina Blythe of 5 Newmans Road, Sudbury. He had an older brother who also served in the army as an officer in the Army Service Corps, a younger sister Dorothy and 2 older half sisters, Emily and Ethel. Prior to enlisting Edward was employed as a barman living at 24 Coulson ... more


Corporal Maurice Hammond Blythe, Royal Engineers

360071 98th Field Company Royal Engineers

(‘Driver’ on army records and C.W.G.C)

Maurice Blythe was born in Sudbury around 1888, the son of Joseph and Sarah Blythe. His father Joseph was a master butcher. Maurice had 3 brothers and 3 sisters. When Maurice was 3 the family were living at 6 Church Street, Sudbury, they later moved to no. 9.

Acco ... more


Rifleman Harold Bond, London Regiment

2486 1st/9th Battalion London Regiment (Queen Victoria’s Rifles)

Believed to be Harold Bond, born in Belchamp Walter around 1891, the son of Samuel and Alice Bond. His father was a gardener and his older brother William was employed in a mat factory. In 1901 the family of 4 were living at 52 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury. Harold was living in Harrow, Middlesex when he enlis ... more


Corporal Arthur Walford Botham, Suffolk Regiment

6755 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment
   
Arthur Botham was born in Sudbury, the son of George and Caroline Botham, of 4 Gaol Lane, Sudbury. He enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds.

Arthur was killed in action 3rd July 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

A Cross of Remembrance was laid at the Th ... more


Gunner William Braybrook, Machine Gun Corps (Inf.)

73741 17th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Inf.)

William Braybrook was born around 1892, the son of William and Maria Braybrook of 8 Prince Street, Sudbury.

William died aged 26 on 21 March 1918. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.


Gunner Frank Bridgman, Royal Garrison Artillery

28786 86th Heavy Battery Royal Garrison Artillery

Frank Bridgman was born in Sudbury around 1887, the son of William and Sarah Ann Bridgman. His father was a coal carter. The family lived at one time at 43 Church Yard, Church Street, they later moved to 27 Station Road. At the age of 14 Frank was employed as an errand boy.

Frank died aged 29 on 15th February 1916 and ... more


Corporal Robert Charles Bristow, Lincolnshire Regiment

202534 7th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment

(‘Private’ on CWGC)

Robert Bristow was born around 1885 in Saham Toney, Watton, Norfolk, the son of Robert Edward and Deborah Bristow. His father was a miller and baker and the family lived in Ovington Road, Saham Toney. At the age of 16 Robert was recorded as a pupil teacher.

Robert died aged 33 on 5 ... more


Private William Henry Brown, Suffolk Regiment

8190 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

William Brown, known as Willie was born in Sudbury in 1890, the son of Henry and Mary Ann Brown (née Harper). His father was employed as a maltster. In 1891 the family were living at 32 Girling Street Sudbury they later moved to 15 East Street. Willie had 3 brothers and 4 sisters.

Willie enlisted in Sudbury and the family b ... more


Private Sidney James Buckle, Essex Regiment

26772 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment

Sidney Buckle was born around 1889 in Mildenhall, Suffolk, the eldest son of Henry and Agnes Buckle. His father was a miller. In 1901 the family of 6 were living at 4 Excelsior Villa, York Road, Sudbury. Sidney attended St. Gregory and St. Peter’s School, Sudbury. He was living in Maldon, Essex when he enlisted there.

Sidney ... more


Private William Bunn, Suffolk Regiment

241123 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

William Bunn was born around 1898 in Ballingdon, Sudbury. He was the son of Samuel and Emma Bunn. His father was a gardener and the family lived at 5 Ballingdon Street. William enlisted in Sudbury.

William was killed in action on 2nd November 1917 aged 19. He lies buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Israel. (The age is incorrect on ... more


Rifleman Albert Byford, Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)

92087 16th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment)

Albert Byford was born in Ballingdon around 1894. In 1901 he was living with his widowed grandmother Charlotte Durrant at 2 Bulmer Road. Albert was still living in Sudbury when he enlisted in Luton, Bedfordshire.

Albert died of wounds on 21st November 1917 and lies buried in Lijssenthoek Military Ce ... more


Private Albert Robert Byham, Suffolk Regiment

2200 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Albert Byham (Recorded as ‘Arthur Robert’ on CWGC) was born around 1888 in Glemsford, the son of Charles and Hannah Byham. The family lived at 27 Gregory Gardens, Sudbury. His father was employed as a silk weaver. His older brother Ernest was a regular soldier before the war. Albert enlisted in Colchester, Essex. His parents ... more


Driver Leonard Charles Byham, Royal Field Artillery

211113 13th Battery 17th Brigade Royal Field Artillery

Leonard Byham was born in Sudbury around 1894, the son of Edward and Louisa Byham. The family lived at The Cottage, Wood Hall Farm where his father was a stockman. Leonard was married, after the war his widow Mrs. W.M. Byham was living at 20 School Street, Sudbury.

Leonard died aged 23 on 25th September 1917 and lies ... more


Private John Thomas Cansdale, East Surrey Regiment

25387 ‘B’ Company 12th Battalion East Surrey Regiment

John Cansdale was born around 1887, the son of Robert and Emily Cansdale. He was married to Mary Ann and the family lived at 4 Mount Place, Sudbury. They had a son Reginald George who served in WWII and was later killed in Singapore on 15th February 1942. He is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial 1939 – ... more


Corporal Maurice Walter Cardy, Royal Fusiliers

49 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Maurice Cardy was born around 1889 in Tottenham, London, the son of Maurice and Violet Cardy. His father had been born in Sudbury but moved to London where he was a bricklayer. In 1901 the family were living in the neighbouring borough of Edmonton. His brother Robert lost his life serving in the Royal Fusiliers, he is also remembered on the Sud ... more


Private Robert Carl Cardy, Royal Fusiliers

1379 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Robert Cardy was born around 1893 in Southwark, London, the son of Maurice and Violet Cardy. His father was born in Sudbury but moved to London where he was employed as a bricklayer. In 1901 the family were living in Edmonton, London. His brother Maurice lost his life serving in the Royal Fusiliers, he is also remembered on the Sudbury War Me ... more


Private William Charles Carter, Australian Infantry A.I.F.

Australian Infantry

Unable to trace the correct record for William Charles Carter.

William is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Herbert Cattling, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)

King’s Liverpool Regiment

Unable to trace any record for Herbert Cattling.

Herbert is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Francis Harry Chaplin, Royal Fusiliers

81125 17th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Francis Chaplin was born around 1898, the son of Mr. and Mrs. G R Chaplin. After the war his parents were living at 5 Queen’s Terrace, Newton Road, Sudbury.

Francis died aged 19 on 30th November 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France.

Francis is also re ... more


Private George Frederick Chinery, Royal Warwickshire Regiment

271257 2nd Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment

George Chinery was born around 1895, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chinery. After the war his parents were living at 2 Siam Terrace, Sudbury.

George died aged 22 on 4th May 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.


Rifleman James Chinery, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)

267848 1st/7th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own)

James Chinery was born around 1898 in Sudbury. At the age of 3 he was living with his grandfather Edward Chinery at Hale’s Yard, North Street. He enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 1861 Suffolk Regiment.

James was killed in action on 16th April 1918. There is no known grave and he is remem ... more


Private Cecil Francis Clarence, Bedfordshire Regiment

7th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment

Unable to trace any record for Cecil Francis Clarence.

This is believed to be the same person as Clarence Cecil Francis.


Private Arthur Claude Clark, South Staffordshire Regiment

41697 1st Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment

Arthur Clark was born in Sudbury around 1898, the son of Henry (known as Harry) and Annie Clark. His father was employed as a soap boiler and the family lived at 22 Plough Lane. His older brother Harry William lost his life serving with the Royal Berkshire Regiment and is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.

A ... more


Private Arthur Leonard Clark, Essex Regiment

12389 9th Battalion Essex Regiment

Arthur Clark was born around 1890. At the age of 1 he was living with his grandfather Thomas Clark, a groom and gardener at 19 Church Street, Sudbury in 1891. His mother was Annie L Briggs, who was later living at 88 Cross Street.

Arthur died aged 25 on 18th October 1915 and lies buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, ... more


Private Harry William Clark, Royal Berkshire Regiment

16736 7th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment

Harry Clark was born in Sudbury around 1894, the son of Henry (known as Harry) and Annie Clark. His father was employed as a soap boiler and the family lived at 22 Plough Lane. His younger brother Arthur Claude lost his life serving with the Essex Regiment and is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.

Harry died age ... more


Lance Corporal Walter Mark Clarke, Suffolk Regiment

34504 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Walter Clarke was born around 1878 in Washbrook, Suffolk. He was the son of David and Mary Ann Clarke. His father was a farm bailiff and the family lived at one time at Pond Hall, Grove Lane, Bentley, they later moved to Chestnut Farm, Barham, Suffolk. At the age of 12 Walter was employed as an errand boy. In 1901 Walter was living and work ... more


Lieutenant Harwood Linay Clover, Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Royal Flying Corps and ‘C’ Company 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Harwood Clover, known as George was the eldest of two sons of Isaac Ernest and Alice Evelyn Clover (née Armes), of The Chase, 9 Belle Vue Road, Sudbury. The family lived at one time in Springfield Lodge, overlooking the family mill, now a hotel. His brother Isaac also served. George was ... more


Private Edwin Harry Coates, Middlesex Regiment

G/4927 2nd Battalion (Duke of Cambridge’s Own) Middlesex Regiment

(Royal Army Medical Corps on original Roll of Honour)

Edwin Coates was born in Sudbury around 1891, the second son of Edward and Rosa Coates. His father was employed as a manager and the family lived at one time at 28 Market Hill, Sudbury. When Edwin was 10 the family had a boarding house in Sha ... more


Private Walter March Cook, Middlesex Regiment

293751 13th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

Walter Cook was born around 1885, the son of William March and Lucy Ann Cook. After the war his parents were living at 9 Girton Terrace, Prince Street, Sudbury.

Walter died aged 33 on 10th November 1918 and lies buried in Maubeuge-Centre Cemetery, Nord, France.


Private John Coote, Northamptonshire Regiment

32162 1st/4th Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment

John Coote was born in Sudbury around 1878, the son of David and Mary Coote. His father was a carpenter and the family of 10 lived at Bulmer. In 1891 at the age of 13 John was employed as a labourer. He was married to Priscilla, who after the war was living at 8 Walnuttree Lane, Sudbury.

John died aged 39 on 4 May 19 ... more


Private Herbert William Couch, Suffolk Regiment

24054 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Herbert Couch was born in Birmingham around 1893. He had a younger sister, Winifred. His mother died when he was 12, and their father William Henry Couch brought up the 2 children. William was a cashier at Worsey’s woollen factory in Birmingham. His father later remarried and had 3 more children. Herbert attended King Edward’s G ... more


Private Arthur Crick, Suffolk Regiment

9688 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(2nd Battalion on original Roll of Honour)

Arthur Crick (recorded as ‘Crisk’ in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Soldiers died in the Great War’) was born in Sudbury around 1883, the son of Arthur and Emma Crick. His father Arthur was employed as a brickyard labourer and his mother as a charwoman. The family lived at one ... more


Private Ernest William Cross, Royal Fusiliers

G/29445 24th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Ernest Cross was born around 1890 in Sudbury, the son of William and Sarah Cross. His father was employed as a silk weaver, his mother as a tailoress. The family lived at 12 Garden Row, Sudbury. His older brother George lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment and is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial. Ernest was married.< ... more


Private George Cross, Suffolk Regiment

7416 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(Recorded as ‘Arthur Cross’ in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Soldiers died in the Great War’)

George Cross was born in Sudbury around 1889, the son of William and Sarah Cross. His father was employed as a silk weaver and his mother as a tailoress. The family lived at 12 Garden Row, Sudbury. His younger brother Ernest ... more


Private Charles Illingworth Crossley, Lincolnshire Regiment

40380 2nd Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment

Charles Crossley was born in Vauxhall, London around 1876. He was the son of Charles and Jane Crossley. His father was a foreman at one of the local silk factories. In 1891 the family were living at 32 East Street, Sudbury, Charles was employed as an engine driver (at a silk factory) and his older brother William was an upholsterer. By ... more


Lance Corporal Thomas Edward Currie, Seaforth Highlanders

203010 6th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders

Thomas Currie, always known in the family as ‘Ted’, after his maternal grandfather was the only son of Mrs. Clara Currie, of 2 Louth Villas, Melford Road, Sudbury.

His mother was a member of the Hills family, who were watchmakers and Jewellers in Friars Street. She was married in January 1895 at Trinity Chapel, S ... more


Sapper William Cutmore, Royal Engineers

190575 277th Railway Company Royal Engineers

William Cutmore was born around 1881 in Glemsford, Suffolk. He was the son of Drewell and Elizabeth Cutmore. His father was employed as a mat maker and his mother as a silk weaver. The family lived at 14 Inkerman Row, Sudbury. William enlisted in Leyton, Essex, formerly as 11781 Wiltshire Regiment.

William was killed in a ... more


Lance Corporal Cyril Dale, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

43803 8th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

Cyril Dale was born in Sudbury around 1897, the son of Arthur James and Elizabeth Emma Dale. His father was employed on the railway and the family lived at 71 Waldingfield Road, Sudbury.

Cyril died aged 20 on 16th August 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, near Ypres, Belgium.< ... more


Private Frederick James Daniels, Essex Regiment

43840 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment

Frederick Daniels was born in Sudbury around 1890, the son of Harry and Achsah Daniels. His father was a gardener and general labourer. In 1891 the family were living at 15 Burkitts Lane, Sudbury, they later moved to 1 Garden Row. Frederick was living in Swadlincote, Derbyshire when he enlisted at Gresley, Derbyshire, formerly as 32195 South ... more


Sergeant Harry William Daniels, Army Service Corps

S3/030066 37th Line of Communication Supply Company Army Service Corps

(‘Corporal’ on CWGC)

Harry Daniels was born around 1892 in Sudbury, the son of Harry and Achsah Daniels. His father was a gardener and general labourer. In 1891 the family were living at 15 Burkitts Lane, they later moved to 1 Garden Row. Harry enlisted in Sudbury. His older brother F ... more


Private William Davey, Suffolk Regiment

9202 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

William was born around 1890 in Bungay. He was the son of Samuel and Jessie Davey of Bungay. His father was employed as a hay cutter. William enlisted in Sudbury. He was married to Sybil Hellen, who after the war was living at 2 Clifton Villas, Waldingfield Road, Sudbury.

William was killed in action on 18th September 1915 aged 25 a ... more


Private William Maurice Deaves, Bedfordshire Regiment

42154 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment

William Deaves was born in Sudbury around 1900, the son of Frederick Thomas and Louisa Deaves. His father was a carpenter and the family of 9 lived at 5 Harp Close Road.

William died aged 18 on 23rd October 1918 and lies buried in Highland Cemetery, Le Cateau, Nord, France.


Private Herbert Debenham, Royal Sussex Regiment

G/23810 7th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment

Herbert Debenham was born in Glemsford around 1900, the son of Herbert and Eliza Debenham. His father was a cocoa mat maker. After the war his parents were living at 22 Queen’s Terrace, Suffolk Road, Sudbury.

Herbert died aged 18 on 13th August 1918. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Vis-En-Artois M ... more


Major Robert Harrison Dixon, Army Service Corps

54th East Anglian Division Army Service Corps

Robert Dixon was born in Bocking around 1855, the son of William Dixon. It’s possible he went away to serve an apprenticeship as in 1881 he was boarding in Whistones, Worcestershire employed as an ironmonger.

Robert married Ada from Hockley, Essex and by 1891 was living with his family, a servant and a lodger (Mr. ... more


Private George William Durrant, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

1297 7th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

George Durrant was born around 1895, the son of Philip and Sarah Durrant, of 44 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury. He was described in a letter to his mother from Capt. V. Allen, which was printed in the Suffolk and Essex Free Press as “ a good soldier, always willing, bright and cheerful, and faithful to his duty. He was very p ... more


Private Alfred Edey, Royal Fusiliers

17801 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Alfred Edey was born in Sudbury around 1883, the son of Alfred and Caroline Edey. His father was a foundry labourer. In 1891 the family were living at 6 Burkitts Lane, Sudbury, they later moved to 65 East Street. Alfred was married to Kate Victoria.

Alfred died aged 33 on 13 April 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered ... more


Private William Edwards, Suffolk Regiment

21326 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(‘21336’ in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Soldiers died in the Great War’)

William Edwards was born in Ballingdon, Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury.

William died of wounds on 12th August 1916 and lies buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.


Private Arthur John Elmer, Middlesex Regiment

TF/241673 1st/8th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

(3rd/8th Battalion on original Roll of Honour)

Arthur Elmer was born in Little Cornard around 1896, the son of Charles and Alice Elmer. His father was a carman. In 1901 the family of 7 were living in Cats Lane. Arthur attended St. Gregory and St. Peter’s School, Sudbury. He enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds.

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Private Alexander John Farrance, Suffolk Regiment

30718 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Alexander Farrance was born in Sudbury. He was the son of John and Ellen Farrance and had 3 brothers: Reginald Charles, David and Percy George and 6 sisters: Bessie, Emma, Grace, Alice, Evelyn and Elsie. His father was employed as a mat weaver. His 3 brothers also served during the war: Reginald lost his life serving with the East Surrey Re ... more


Private Reginald Charles Farrance, East Surrey Regiment

26124 1st Battalion East Surrey Regiment

Reginald Farrance was born in Sudbury. He was the son of John and Ellen Farrance and had 3 brothers: Alexander, David and Percy and 6 sisters: Bessie, Emma, Grace, Alice, Evelyn and Elsie. His father was employed as a mat weaver. His 3 brothers also served during the war: Alexander lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment and is ... more


Private Harry James Farrant, Suffolk Regiment

2203 5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Harry Farrant was the son of James and Sarah Farrant. It is believed that the family were living at 73 Cross Street, Sudbury. After the war his parents were living at 81 Coggeshall Road, Braintree, Essex. Harry enlisted in Colchester.

Harry was killed in action on 25th August 1915 aged 21. There is no known grave and he is remembe ... more


Private Bertie Charles Felton, Suffolk Regiment

240503 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Bertie Felton enlisted in Colchester, formerly as 2285 Suffolk Regiment.

Bertie died on 11th October 1918 and lies buried in Deir El Belah War Cemetery, Israel.


Private Fredwerick William Felton, Suffolk Regiment

8570 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Frederick Felton was born in Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury.

Frederick died on 29th December 1914 and lies buried in Bailleul Communal Cemetery (Nord), Nord, France.


Lance Sergeant Isaac Felton, Royal Marine Light Infantry

PO/8250 H.M.S. Queen Mary Royal Marine Light Infantry

Isaac Felton was born around 1876, and was the son of James and Mary Ann Felton. His father was employed as a bricklayer’s labourer and later as a machinist’s labourer, his mother as a laundress. In 1881 the family were living at 8 Walnuttree Lane, Sudbury, by 1891 they had moved to 33 Gregory Gardens. At the ag ... more


Drummer Edward Charles Fish, Suffolk Regiment

7375 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(‘L/Cpl’ in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Soldiers died in the Great War’)

Edward Fish was born in Sudbury around 1888, the son of Thomas and Jane Fish. His father was a railway porter and the family lived at 27 Station Road. Edward enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds.

Edward died of wounds aged 29 on 28th Septemb ... more


Private Roland Ford, Middlesex Regiment

TF/238017 12th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

Roland Ford was born in Sudbury around 1890, the son of George and Susannah Ford. His father was employed as a mat maker and the family lived at 16 East Street, Sudbury. Roland was living in Colchester, Essex when he enlisted.

Roland was killed in action on 17th October 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on ... more


Private Lionel Foster, Australian Infantry A.I.F.

2050 6th Battalion Australian Infantry A.I.F.

Lionel Foster was born around 1882 in Sudbury, the son of Robert James and Marie Jeanette Foster. It is not known when he went to Australia. He enlisted in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Lionel died age 33 on 8th May 1915. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Helles Memorial, Turkey.

Lionel is ... more


Private Clarence Cecil Francis, Bedfordshire Regiment

203496 7th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment

(9th Battalion on original Roll of Honour)

Clarence Francis, known as Cecil was born in Kimbolton, the second son of Walter William and Ellen Francis. His father was a provision merchant and the family lived in East Road, Cambridge before moving to Sudbury in 1909 when Cecil was 10. They had a grocer’s shop on the cor ... more


Private Clement Reginald Francis DCM, Suffolk Regiment

7992 Special Reserve Attached to 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(‘Reginald Clement’ on CWGC and in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Soldiers died in the Great War’)

Clement Francis was born around 1892 in Bradfield, Essex. He was the son of Benjamin and Mary S. Francis. His father was a groom and gardener and the family were living in Bradfield in 1901. Cl ... more


Private Arthur William French, Suffolk Regiment

7574 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Arthur French was born in Sudbury around 1889, the son of Walter and Lavinia French. His father was a labourer and in 1891 the family were living at 7 Mount Place, Sudbury, they later moved to 25 Gregory Street, Sudbury. Arthur enlisted in Sudbury.

Arthur was killed in action on 8th May 1915 aged 26. There is no known grave and h ... more


Private Leonard James French, Suffolk Regiment

2nd/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Unable to trace any record for James Leonard French.

It is possible that this is the same person as James Leonard, the regimental details are the same and there is no record of this name in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Men who died in the Great War’.

James is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Company Sergeant Major John James French DCM, Suffolk Regiment

(Acting Regimental Sergeant Major)

240012 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

John French was born in Hackney, London around 1871. He was the son of George and Mary Ann French. In 1891 the family were living in Groombridge Road, Hackney, his father being described as ‘living on his own means’. John was a student at a local training college, while his 2 older bro ... more


Private Stanley Garwood, Gloucestershire Regiment

260006 1st/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Stanley Garwood was born around 1898 in Sudbury, the son of William and Mary Garwood. His father was a silk weaver. In 1901 the family of 7 were living at 2 Oxford Terrace, Sudbury, they later moved to 16 Queen’s Road, Sudbury.

Stanley died aged 19 on 21st August 1917 and lies buried in Mendinghem Military Ceme ... more


Private Henry William Gibbons, Norfolk Regiment

14101 9th Battalion Norfolk Regiment

Henry Gibbons, known as Harry was born around 1894, the son of Charles and Annie Gibbons. His widowed mother later remarried to become Mrs. Carter and lived at 26 Gregory Street, Sudbury.

Harry is recorded as having enlisted at St. Paul’s Churchyard, Middlesex. His battalion arrived in France in August 1915. In September 19 ... more


Private Alfred Golding, Suffolk Regiment

3/10151 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Alfred Golding was born in Sudbury around 1885, the son of Sarah Golding. In 1901 the family were living in Upper East Street and Alfred was employed as a house painter. He enlisted in Maldon.

Alfred was killed in action on 4th May 1915. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium.
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Private Arthur Golding, Royal Fusiliers

52870 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Arthur Golding was born around 1879 in Belchamp St. Paul. He was the son of Solomon and Emily Golding. His father was a farm labourer and in 1891 the family were living at Knoll (Knowle) Green Cottages, on the edge of Belchamp St. Paul. Arthur was living in Clare when he enlisted there, formerly as 3149 27th Royal Fusiliers.

Arthu ... more


Private John Golding, Suffolk Regiment

20212 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

John Golding was born in Clare around 1885, the son of Fred and Georgina Golding. His father was employed as a groom and gardener. By the age of 16 John was employed as an ostler at a local inn, living with his parents in Malting Lane, Clare. John enlisted in Clare.

John was killed in action on 10th April 1917. There is no known ... more


Corporal Frederick Charles Goodfellow, Welsh Regiment

32030 ‘B’ Company 14th Battalion Welsh Regiment

Frederick Goodfellow was born in Westminster, London. Frederick was living in St. Pancras when he enlisted, formerly as 27825 Royal Welsh Fusiliers. He was married to Mary Ann, who after the war was living at 77 Cross Street, Sudbury

Frederick died aged 26 on 3rd September 1918. There is no known grave and ... more


Private Harry Goodwin, Worcestershire Regiment

8891 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment

Harry Goodwin was born around 1884 in Sudbury, the son of James and Maria Goodwin. His father was employed as a brickmaker and in 1891 the family were living at 73 Melford Road, Sudbury. By 1901 Harry was stationed in Guernsey as a regular soldier in the Suffolk Regiment. He was married to Ethel Margaret, who after the war was living ... more


Private Charles Robert Goody, Suffolk Regiment

22839 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(5th Battalion on original Roll of Honour)

Charles Goody was born in Sudbury, the son of Robert and Mary Goody. (Believed to be wrongly recorded as ‘Charles James’ on CWGC and in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Soldiers died in the Great War’, as a relative confirmed he was named after his father). In 1901 the family o ... more


Private Henry James Gould, Cambridgeshire Regiment

329537 1st Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment

Henry Gould, known as Harry was born around 1885 in Luton, Bedfordshire. He was the son of William and Annie Gould. His father was employed as a hat blocker and his 2 older sisters were employed in the same industry. The family were living in Chapel Street, Luton. Harry enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 8338, Cambridgeshire Regiment ... more


Lance Corporal William Frank Green, Royal Fusiliers

G/79193 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Believed to be William Green who was born around 1900 in Sudbury, the son of Edward Coote Green and Ada Rhoda Green. His father was a stone and marble mason. In 1901 the family of 7 and a servant were living at 49 North Street, Sudbury where Edward Green had his business. The family had moved to Haverhill by the time William enlisted in Ip ... more


Private Sidney Albert Griggs, The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

60637 2nd/4th Battalion The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

Sidney Griggs was born in Sudbury around 1898, the son of Walter and Emma Maria Griggs. His father was a porter and his mother a silk winder. The family lived at one time at 11 Church Row, they later moved to 70 East Street, Sudbury. Sidney was living in Marylebone, London when he enlisted.

Sidne ... more


Private Cyril John Grimwood, Lancashire Fusiliers

56833 18th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers

Cyril Grimwood was born in London around 1899, the son of Mrs. P. Maxim, of 53 Devonshire Road, Custom House, London.

Cyril died aged 19 on 1st June 1918 and lies buried in Martinsart British Cemetery, Somme, France.


Colour Sergeant John William Grimwood, Suffolk Regiment

6446 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

John Grimwood was born in Hitcham around 1887, the son of John and Louisa Grimwood. His father was a bricklayer and the family lived at 3 Lavenham Road, Sudbury. At the age of 14 John was employed as a brickmaker’s labourer. He enlisted in Sudbury.

John died of wounds on 11th October 1915 and lies buried in Chocques Military ... more


Private Frank Arthur Hagger, Middlesex Regiment

G/26975 12th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

Frank Hagger was born in Sudbury around 1897, the son of James and Ellen Amelia Hagger. His father was employed as a miller and his mother was a dressmaker. When Frank was 4 the family were living at 5 Bulmer Road, Ballingdon, they later moved to Victory Cottage, Upper East Street, Sudbury. Frank had 2 sisters: Dorothy and Bertha Marga ... more


Driver Harry Charles Halestrap, Royal Field Artillery

211112 ‘C’ Battery 317th Brigade Royal Field Artillery

Harry Halestrap was born around 1890 in Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, the son of Samuel and Rhoda Halestrap. His father was a gardener and when Harry was 2 the family were living in South Street, Bishop’s Stortford.

Harry was married to Frances Agnes and was employed as Grocer’ ... more


Private Robert James Hammond, Leicestershire Regiment

46765 11th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment

Robert Hammond was born in Bermondsey, London around 1884, the son of Robert James and Mary Hammond. His father had died by 1901 and Robert along with his mother and 2 younger sisters Frances and Lydia were living at 36 School Street. He was married to Ada Florence, who after the war was living at Newton Road, Sudbury. Robert was em ... more


Private Ernest George Harrison, Royal Fusiliers

50392 11th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Ernest Harrison was born in Sudbury around 1881, the son of George and Ellen Harrison. His father was a groom and gardener and the family lived at 11 Newton Road, Sudbury. At the age of 11 Ernest was employed as an errand boy. He was married and after the war his widow Mrs. H. E. Harrison was recorded as living in King’s Lynn, Norfolk ... more


Private Frank Harrison, Suffolk Regiment

242532 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Frank Harrison was born in Sudbury around 1889. He was the son of George and Ellen Harrison. His father was a groom and gardener and in 1901 the family of 7 were living at 11 Newton Road, Sudbury. Frank enlisted in Sudbury. His older brother Ernest lost his life serving with the Royal Fusiliers; he is also remembered on the Sudbury War ... more


Private Frederick William Harrison, Royal Fusiliers

Royal Fusiliers

Unable to trace the correct record for Frederick William Harrison.

Frederick is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Alfred Ambrose Hartley, Cheshire Regiment

292122 10th Battalion Cheshire Regiment

Transferred to (696694) Eastern Command Labour Centre Labour Corps

Alfred Hartley was born around 1890 in Great Cornard, the son of Harry and Ellen Priscilla Hartley. His father was a binder at a cocoa matting factory. In 1891 the family were living in Newton Road, they later moved to 3 Walnuttree Lane, Sudbury.

Alf ... more


Private William Hartley, Royal Welsh Fusiliers

68996 11th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers

William Hartley was born in Battersea, London around 1887, the son of Emma Hartley. In 1901 he was living with his widowed mother at 19 Cross Street, Sudbury. His mother was employed as an umbrella machinist and William aged 14 was a telegraph messenger. William was married.

William died aged 32 on 26th June 1918 and lies b ... more


Private William Victor Harvey, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)

235087 1st/5th Battalion The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)

William Harvey was born around 1890 in Bury St. Edmunds, the son of Frederick and Louise Harvey. His father was an engine driver (believed to be in a factory rather than on the railway). When William was aged 1 the family were living in St. Andrew’s Street, Bury St. Edmunds. William was married to Theresa Mar ... more


Sergeant Alfred Ernest Hayward, Machine Gun Corps (Inf.)

54136 58th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)

Alfred Hayward was born in Sudbury around 1885, the son of George and Ellen Hayward. His father was employed as a cotton dresser. In 1891 the family of 9 were living at 12 Curds Lane (now Weavers Lane). Alfred enlisted in Sidcup, Kent, formerly as S/21164 Rifle Brigade.

Alfred was killed in action on 24th April 1918. ... more


Gunner Harry Heard, Royal Field Artillery

47692 ‘D’ Battery 86th Brigade Royal Field Artillery

There are two possibilities:

Harry Heard born in Sudbury around 1884, the son of Frederick and Susan Heard. Frederick was employed as a bricklayer and the family lived at 57 North Street. Sudbury. By 1901 Harry was a milkman living in Hackney, London but his parents were still living in Sudbury.
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Gunner Maurice J. Walter Hempstead, Royal Garrison Artillery

172830 164th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery

Maurice Hempstead was born in Plaistow, London in 1898 and was the son of Thomas Arthur Hempstead and Gertrude Mary Hempstead (née Martin). Both his parents were born in Sudbury, his father like many male members from both sides of the family worked at the Chilton Brickworks. The family lived at one time in Newton Road ... more


Rifleman Alfred Hills, London Regiment

5847 1st/21st Battalion London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles)

Alfred Hills was born around 1892 in Great Cornard, the son of Abel Frederick and Elizabeth Sophia Hills of Coronation Villa, Queens Road, Sudbury. He was married to Kate Ellen. He was living in Romford when he enlisted.

Alfred was killed in action on 15th September 1916 aged 24. There is no known grave a ... more


Sergeant Instructor Edward Hills, Suffolk Regiment

202431 4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(‘Lance Sergeant’ on CWGC)

Edward Hills was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Percy Hills, of 74 Friars Street, Sudbury and known by his family as ‘Ted’. He was born in Sudbury on 11th November 1897 and attended the Sudbury Grammar School. On leaving school, Ted became an apprentice watchmaker in the family ... more


Private Percy Harold Hollingsworth, Suffolk Regiment

16179 9th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Percy Hollingsworth was born in Great Cornard. Believed to be Percival Hollingsworth born around 1889, the son of Laura Hollingsworth. By 1901 his widowed mother, who was employed as a machinist tailoress was living with her 8 children at 4 Garden Row, Sudbury. Percy’s 3 older sisters were employed as corset makers and dressmakers, hi ... more


Sapper Charles George Holt, Royal Engineers

194132 Royal Engineers

Charles Holt (recorded as ‘George Charles’ on CWGC) born around 1888 was the husband of Maud Alice. After the war Maud was living at Edward Villa, Melford Road, Sudbury.

Charles died on 31st January 1917 age 29 and lies buried in Hammersmith Old Cemetery, London.


Private Frank Hopes, Suffolk Regiment

241153 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Frank Hopes was born around 1896 in Raydon, Suffolk. He was the son of Robert and Jessie Hopes, of Friar’s Farm, Hadleigh, Suffolk. His father was a timber carter. Frank enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 3630 Suffolk Regiment.

Frank died of wounds aged 21 on 27th November 1917 and lies buried in Ramleh War Cemetery, Isr ... more


Driver Leonard Hostler, Army Service Corps

T2/14362 No. 2 Company 30th Division Train Army Service Corps

Leonard Hostler was born around 1891 in Sudbury, the son of Charles James and Albinia Mary Hostler. His father was a maltster. In 1891 the family were living at 24 Burkitts Lane, they later moved to 7 Girton Terrace, Prince Street. Leonard enlisted in Sudbury.

Leonard died aged 25 on 27th March 1916 and ... more


Rifleman James William Hume, Rifle Brigade

Rifle Brigade

Unable to trace the correct record for James Hume.

James is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Percy Hume, Suffolk Regiment

2202 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Percy Hume was born in Ballingdon around 1894. He was the son of John and Alice Hume. His father was a lime burner and in 1901 the family of 4 were living at 42 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury. He enlisted in Colchester, Essex.

Percy died of wounds received at Gallipoli on 14th September 1915 aged 21 and lies buried in Pieta Milita ... more


Company Sergeant Major Wilfred Samuel Hunt, Suffolk Regiment

112 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Wilfred Hunt was born in Sudbury around 1878, the son Samuel and Celia Hunt. In 1901 he was boarding at 1 Girton Terrace, Sudbury, employed as a clerk at a mat factory. Wilfred was married to Eleanor Frances and they lived at ‘River View’, Cornard Road, Sudbury. He was a Manager at W. Armes, the matting factory in Cornard Road ... more


Private Fergus O'Connor Hurst, Northumberland Fusiliers

35421 12th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers

Fergus Hurst enlisted in Sudbury. He died on 16th June 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.


Corporal Arthur A. Jarmyn, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

8732 1st Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)

Arthur Jarmyn was born in Glemsford. Before the war Arthur was a regular soldier serving with the Scottish Rifles. Upon leaving the army he joined the Mounted Police in South Africa. When war broke out he and his wife were living in South Africa and he returned to Sudbury to enlist and rejoin his old regiment.

Arthur ... more


Lance Corporal John Francis Jay, Suffolk Regiment

240590 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

John Jay was born in Sudbury around 1895. He was the son of Arthur M. and Emma F. Jay. His father was a plumber and house painter and in 1901 the family of 4 were living in Meadow Lane, they later moved to 32 Gainsborough Road, Sudbury. John enlisted in Colchester, formerly as 2442 Suffolk Regiment.

John was killed in action ... more


Private Wilfred Argent Jennings, Australian Infantry A.I.F.

8th Depot Battalion Australian Infantry

Wilfred Jennings was born in Sudbury. He was the brother of Frederick J Jennings who in 1901 was a tobacconist, living with his aunt at Louth Villa, 4 Melford Road. It is not known when Wilfred went to Australia. He enlisted in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Wilfred died in Brisbane on 26th April 1916 and lies buried in Bris ... more


Private Robert Sizer Joy, Australian Infantry A.I.F.

722 6th Battalion Australian Infantry A.I.F.

Robert Joy was born in Sudbury around 1871, the son of Robert Sizer and Ann Joy. He attended Sudbury Grammar School. His father Robert had a shop on the Market Hill and was Mayor of Sudbury in 1887 and 1888. At the age of 19 Robert was working as a drapers assistant most probably for his father and living with the family and some of ... more


Lieutenant Arthur Starr Jukes, London Regiment

10th Battalion London Regiment

(Recorded as ‘2nd Lt.’ On CWGC)

Arthur Jukes born around 1873 in Clapham, London. He was the son of Rev. Richard Starr Jukes, late Rector of Milton Church, Gravesend and Mary Jukes. In 1901 at the age of 29 Arthur was a Church of England clergyman, living in Derbyshire. He was married, after the war his widow, Mrs. A. F. Ju ... more


Private Frederick Keeble, Suffolk Regiment

240425 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Frederick Keeble was born in Sudbury around 1895, the son of Charles Henry Keeble. In 1901 his widowed father and 4 children were living at 14 Upper East Street, Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 2127 Suffolk Regiment.

Frederick was killed in action aged 22 on 2nd November 1917 and lies buried in Gaza War Cemetery ... more


Private Walter William Kemp, Suffolk Regiment

5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Unable to trace the correct record for Walter William Kemp

Walter is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Harry King, Norfolk Regiment

7772 2nd Battalion Norfolk Regiment

Harry King was born in Ballingdon, Sudbury, the second son of Edward and Eliza King. His father was an assistant brewer. In 1901 the family of 6 were living at 68 Ballingdon Street. Harry aged 13 was employed in a mat factory and his older brother John was a labourer. On 28th June 1916 The Suffolk and Essex Free Press reported ‘H. King ... more


William Charles LeeLance Corporal William Charles Lee, Suffolk Regiment

44044 9th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

William Lee was born around 1893, the son of William and Ellen Annie (Nancy) Lee. He had a sister Daisy, and the family lived in Great Cornard before moving to 61 Friars Street, Sudbury. William worked at the Gas Works in Sudbury, and his father worked at Brundon farm and mill. His sister Daisy worked as a silk weaver at Vanners and Fennell ... more


Private James Leonard, Suffolk Regiment

240390 2nd/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

James Leonard was born in Sudbury around 1896. He enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds, formerly as 2059 Suffolk Regiment.
James died at Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, Yorkshire on 7th July 1917 aged 21 and lies buried in Sudbury Cemetery.

James is also remembered on the Trinity Congregational Church Memorial, now in the Unit ... more


Private Gerald Letchford, Canterbury Regiment N.Z.E.F.

6/2185 2nd Battalion Canterbury Regiment N.Z.E.F.

(New Zealand Yeomanry on original Roll of Honour)

Gerald Letchford was born in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, around 1891. He was the son of Arthur James and Caroline Letchford, of ‘Eversley’, Salisbury Road, Bexley, Kent. When Gerald was aged 10 the family were living in Tenterden, Kent.

Gerald ... more


Ernest Edward LeverPrivate Ernest Edward Lever, Northumberland Fusiliers

237062 1st/4th Battalion (Territorials) Northumberland Fusiliers

Ernest was born in Sudbury 2nd October 1898, the son of Harry and Agnes Lever, he had 4 brothers and a sister. The family lived at 35 Melford Road, where his father was the publican of The Plough. Ernest was a founder member of 3rd Sudbury Scout Troop, which was formed in 1912. After the war his parents were livi ... more


Private Percy William Locke, Suffolk Regiment

40613 11th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(Recorded as ‘40693’ in ‘Suffolk Regiment, Soldiers died in the Great War’)

Percy Locke was born around 1898 in Beyton, Suffolk. He was the son of Henry W J and Mary Ann Locke. His father was a farmer in Beyton. Percy enlisted in Bury St Edmunds, formerly as 19591 Northamptonshire Regiment.

Per ... more


Sergeant Bertie Edwin Lorking, Machine Gun Corps (Inf.)

50235 54th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)

Bertie Lorking was born in Sudbury around 1894, the son of William and Emma Lorking. His father was a plasterer. In 1891 the family were living at 25 Burkitts Lane, Sudbury, they later moved to 16 Newmans Road. Bertie enlisted in Sudbury.

Bertie died aged 24 on 21st October 1918 and lies buried in Alexandria (Hadra) ... more


Lance Corporal Harry Lorkings, Suffolk Regiment

7771 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Harry Lorkings was born in Glemsford, the son of John and Adelaide Lorkings. The family lived at one time at 22 Church Street, Sudbury, they later moved ‘next door’ to no. 24. Harry enlisted in Sudbury.

Harry died of wounds on 24th April 1915 and lies buried in Dochy Farm New British Cemetery, Langemark-Poelkapelle, Be ... more


Sergeant Percy William Lumley, King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)

10699 1st Battalion King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)

Percy Lumley was born in Sudbury around 1893, the son of Alfred and Sarah Lumley. His father was a bricklayer and the family lived at 94 East Street, Sudbury.

Percy died aged 22 on 24th May 1915. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium.

A Cross ... more


Private Bert Malyon, Suffolk Regiment

8141 ‘C’ Company 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Bert (Albert) Malyon was born in Cavendish around 1891, the son of George and Jane Malyon. His father was a maltster. Before Bert was born the family lived for some time in Burton-on-Trent before returning to Suffolk. By 1901 the family were living at 18 North Street, Sudbury. His older brother Harry Edward lost his l ... more


Lance Corporal Harry Edward Malyon, East Surrey Regiment

5267 8th Battalion East Surrey Regiment

Harry Malyon was born in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire around 1879. He was the son of George and Jane Malyon both born in Suffolk. His father was a maltster and the family moved back to Suffolk, first to Cavendish and later to 18 North Street, Sudbury. His younger brother Bert lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment; he is also ... more


Private Arthur George Martin, Suffolk Regiment

213488 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Arthur Martin was born in Ballingdon around 1877. He was the son of Adam and Mary Ann Martin. The family lived in Ballingdon Street; his father was a brickyard labourer and his mother a horsehair weaver. In 1891 at the age of 14, Arthur was employed as grocer’s assistant living with his widowed mother, 2 sisters and lodgers at 6 Harr ... more


Private Basil James Martin, Middlesex Regiment

203482 ‘B’ Company 4th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

(‘7th Battalion’ on the original Roll of Honour)

Basil Martin was born around 1893 in Sudbury, the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Martin, of 61 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury.

Basil died aged 24 on 23rd April 1917 and lies buried in St. Nicolas British Cemetery, Pas de ... more


Private Bertie Martin, Suffolk Regiment

2502 5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Bertie Martin enlisted in Colchester, Essex. He was killed in action at Gallipoli on 21st August 1915. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Helles Memorial, Turkey.


Private Charles Matthew, Royal Fusiliers

26674 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Charles Mathew was born in Ballingdon, Sudbury. He died on 29th March 1917. He lies buried in Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, Arras, Pas de Calais, France.


Corporal William Charles Matthew, Machine Gun Corps (Inf.)

5205 Machine Gun Corps

Believed to be William Matthews who was born in Wolverhampton, the son of Charles and Alice Matthews. William enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 21253 Suffolk Regiment. After the war his parents were living in Wallasey Village, Cheshire.

William was killed in action on 24th August 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Thiepva ... more


Private Bernard Mattingly, Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment)

187103 8th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Manitoba Regiment)

(‘Canadian Expeditionary Force’ on original Roll of Honour)

Bernard Mattingly was born around 1889 in Great Cornard, the son of Robert and Gertrude Emma Mattingly. His father was a Justice of the Peace and a woollen draper as well as being Mayor of Sudbury five times between 1883 and 1905. In 189 ... more


Lance Corporal George Frederick Christie Mauldon, Suffolk Regiment

320121 15th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(Formerly Suffolk Yeomanry)

George Mauldon was born in Sudbury on 8th August 1892, the son of Christie Edwin and Alice Emily Mauldon, of Ballingdon, Sudbury. His father was Mayor of Sudbury in 1892, 1893 and 1904 and from the Mauldon Brewery family. His father is listed on the 1901 census as ‘hotel keeper & brewer&rsq ... more


Private Percy John Mayes, Manchester Regiment

59586 11th Battalion Manchester Regiment

Percy Mayes was born in Sudbury around 1890, the son of Henry and Emma Mayes. His father was an agricultural labourer. In 1891 the family of 8 were living at 25 Cross Street, Sudbury, they later moved to 5 Ballingdon Street. Percy was married to Gladys Gwendoline and they lived in Oswestry, Shropshire. Percy was living in Oswestry when ... more


Rifleman Frank Mixer, King’s Royal Rifle Corps

10208 3rd Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps

Frank Mixer was born in Sudbury around 1894, the son of George and Emily Mixer. His father was an iron moulder and the family lived in Newmans Road, Sudbury. Frank was living in Southall, London when he enlisted.

Frank was killed in action on 15th February 1915. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Me ... more


Private Robert Moore, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

T/265310 6th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

Robert Moore was the son of Arthur John and Frederica Emma Moore. Robert was the eldest of 9 children. (Recorded as ‘Arthur Robert’ on the original Roll of Honour). The family lived at 40 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury.

Robert walked to Bury St. Edmunds to enlist at the outbreak of war even though he was ... more


Lance Sergeant Ernest Morgan, Suffolk Regiment

201966 4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Ernest Morgan was born in Malta, (recorded as ‘Edward’ on the original Roll of Honour). He enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 3090 Suffolk Regiment.

Ernest was killed in action on 23rd November 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, near Ypres, Belgium.

A Cross of Rememb ... more


Private James William Moulton, Suffolk Regiment

40967 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

(‘5th Battalion’ on the original Roll of Honour)

James Moulton was born in Sudbury around 1890, the son of James and Lavinia Moulton. In 1901 the family of 9 were living in Acton Square, Sudbury, they later moved to Church Street. His father was a general dealer. James was married to Mabel Florence, who after the war ... more


Able Seaman Harry Mumford, Royal Navy

J/13954 H.M.S. Aboukir Royal Navy

Harry Mumford was born in Great Cornard around 1893, the son of William and Ellen Mumford. After the war his parents were living at 81 Queens Road, Sudbury.

H.M.S. Aboukir was a Cressy Class Armoured Cruiser that was torpedoed by the German submarine U9 in the North Sea on 22nd September 1914. A report in the Suffolk and Essex Free ... more


Private James Mumford, London Regiment

610820 1st/19th Battalion London Regiment

James Mumford was living in Tottenham Court Road, London when he enlisted in Camden Town.

James was killed in action on 13th June 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium.

A Cross of Remembrance was laid at the Menin Gate on 15th April 2006.


Rifleman Albert Percy Newman, Rifle Brigade

S/31181 11th Battalion Rifle Brigade

Albert Newman was born in Sudbury, the son of Harry and Susannah Newman. His father was an agricultural labourer and his mother was a yarn puller. The family lived at 2 Byford’s Yard, Cross Street, Sudbury. Albert was living in Marylebone, London when he enlisted.

Albert died aged 19 on 17th August 1917. There is no known ... more


Driver Jeremiah Edward Nice, Royal Field Artillery

9215 71st Brigade Royal Field Artillery

Jeremiah Nice was born in Sudbury. He enlisted in Sittingbourne, Kent. His death was reported in the Suffolk and Essex Free Press (as 8215) in June 1916.

Jeremiah was killed in action on 14th May 1916 and lies buried in Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.


Private Maurice Norman, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

G/23671 7th Battalion Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Maurice Norman was born in Ballingdon around 1880. In 1901 he was living in Ballingdon, employed on the Great Eastern Railway. Maurice was living in Willesden when he enlisted.

Maurice was killed in action on 1st June 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Ca ... more


Private Maurice Robert Norman, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Royal West Kent Regiment

Unable to trace the correct record for Maurice Robert Norman. It is quite possible that this is the same person as Maurice Norman.

Maurice is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Robert Nunn, Suffolk Regiment

14298 9th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Robert Nunn was born in Sudbury around 1896. The family lived at 11 School Street. Robert enlisted in Sudbury.

Robert was killed in action on the Somme on 16th September 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

A Cross of Remembrance was laid at the Thiepval Memorial o ... more


Private Sidney Robert Nunn, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

69080 1st Battalion The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment)

Sidney Nunn was born in Sudbury around 1900, he was the son of Walter and Mary Nunn. His father was a butcher and in 1901 the family of 5 were living in Suffolk Road. Sidney was living in Sudbury when he enlisted.

Sidney died aged 18 on 21st September 1918 and lies buried in Meath Cemetery, Villers-G ... more


Private Stanley Percy Nunn, Suffolk Regiment

240752 ‘B’ Company 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Stanley Nunn was born in Braintree around 1894, the son of James and Caroline Nunn of Stanley Villa, Cornard Road, Sudbury. His father was the manager of ‘a power loom silk weaving department’. In 1901 Stanley was the youngest of 5 children living at home. Stanley enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 279 ... more


Private James Frederick Austin Parish, Suffolk Regiment

241189 5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

James Parish was born around 1898, the son of James and Bertha Parish, of 5 Gainsborough Street, Sudbury. His father was a sweet maker and shopkeeper. He enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds, formerly as 3685 Suffolk Regiment.

James died of wounds received in Palestine at the King George Hospital, Lambeth on 25th December 1917 aged 19. ... more


Private George William Hyde Parker, Suffolk Regiment

3/9166 Z’ Company 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

George Parker was born in Sudbury, the brother of J Parker. George enlisted in Sudbury. He was reported as ‘wounded’ in the Suffolk and Essex Free Press on 30th August 1916.

George was killed in action on 16th November 1916 and lies buried in Bertrancourt Military Cemetery, Somme, France.


Private John Edward Parker, Essex Regiment

44051 10th Battalion Essex Regiment

John Parker was born around 1900 in Finchingfield, Essex and was the son of John and Angelina Parker (née Cook). He had 4 brothers and 2 sisters. The 2 elder brothers also served at the front and survived the war. The family lived at 1 Inkerman Row, Sudbury. John was a member of the local Boys Brigade. He enlisted underage in Bury St. ... more


Private Percy Herbert Partridge, Suffolk Regiment

18922 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Percy Partridge was born in Bulmer around 1894. He was the son of Alfred and Eliza Partridge. His father was an agricultural labourer and horseman. In 1901 the family of 8 were living at 41 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury.

Percy was married. A notice was placed in the Suffolk and Essex Free Press on 30th August 1916 ‘Mrs. Partri ... more


Private Percy Partridge MM, Suffolk Regiment

31999 12th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Percy Partridge was born in Ballingdon around 1885. He was the son of James Partridge. His father was employed as a baker’s assistant. In 1901 his widowed father, Percy and his 2 older sisters were living in Ballingdon Street. Aged 16 Percy was employed as an errand boy, his sister Ada was a corset maker and Maud a housekeeper. Percy ... more


Private Walter William Patrick, Scots Guards

15990 2nd Battalion Scots Guards

Walter Patrick was born around 1898 in Hundon, near Clare, Suffolk. He was the son of Henrietta Patrick, who was a dressmaker. In 1901 Patrick was living with his mother and 2 sisters in Church Street, Hundon. Walter enlisted in Colchester.

Walter was killed in action on 5th August 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered o ... more


Corporal William Pearson, Bedfordshire Regiment

9153 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment

William Pearson was born in Brundon, Sudbury around 1887; he was the son of John and Charlotte Pearson. His father was an agricultural labourer and horseman, his mother an apron skirt machinist. In 1891 the family were living at 17 Church Walk, they later moved to 16 Inkerman Row, Sudbury. At the age of 14 William was employed as a loom ... more


Sergeant David William Pettit, Suffolk Regiment

2450 1st/5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

David Pettit was born in Sudbury around 1892, the son of Robert and Anna Pettit. His father was a millwright and the family lived at 29 Station Road, Sudbury. David enlisted in Colchester, Essex.

David died of wounds aged 23 on 8th October 1915 and lies buried in Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.more


Able Seaman John Edward Pettitt, Royal Navy

J/48470 H.M.S.Vittoria Royal Navy

John Pettit was born around 1900, the son of Horace Henry and Emily Ethel Pettitt. His father was an assistant surveyor and in 1901 the family were living in Braintree, they later moved to “Le Chalet”, Priory Road, Sudbury. John attended Sudbury Grammar School. He left school at the end of March 1915 and volunteered for the Royal N ... more


Private Charles Edgar Poole, London Regiment

6194 1st/24th Battalion London Regiment

Charles Poole was born in Sudbury around 1892. He was the son of Henry Poole, who was employed as a farm labourer. By 1901 Charles was the youngest of 3 children living with their widowed father at Leprosy Cottage, Melford Road, Sudbury. His brother John was employed as an errand boy and his sister Ada was a silk weaver. Charles enlisted ... more


Private Leonard Joseph Poole, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

G/14469 7th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

Leonard Poole was born in Haverhill around 1900. He was the son of Joseph and Alice Poole. His father was a general factory hand and his mother was a silk weaver. The family lived at 4 Plough Lane, Sudbury. Leonard enlisted in Ipswich.

He died of wounds aged 18 on 24th August 1918 and lies buried in Daours Communa ... more


Private Archibald Pennington Portfleet, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

31331 6th Battalion Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Archibald Portfleet was born in 1900 in Sudbury. He was the youngest son of Johannes Cornelius and Clara Portfleet. His father, who was Dutch, worked for W Armes in King’s Lynn, moving the family to Sudbury when W. Armes moved their factory to Sudbury. The family lived at 11 Gregory Street. Archibald had 9 ... more


Private Bertie James Potter, Lancashire Fusiliers

25401 2nd/5th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers

Bertie Potter was born in Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 23102 Suffolk Regiment.

Bertie was killed in action on 31st July 1917. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium.

A Cross of Remembrance was laid at the Menin Gate on 15th April 2006.


Private William George Race, Essex Regiment

10247 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment

William Race was born around 1896 in Long Melford, the son of William George and Frances Race. In 1901 his father was a stockman on a farm and the family were living in Long Melford. After the war his parents were living at 66 East Street, Sudbury. William enlisted in Colchester.

William died of wounds aged 19 on 23rd March 1915 an ... more


Private Bertram Radley, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)

Kings Liverpool Regiment

Bertram Radley was born in Borley, Essex, around 1890, the son of Brand and Ellen Radley. Bertram was one of 12 children. His father was an agricultural labourer. In 1891 the family were living at The Cottage, Borley Green, Borley, Essex. By 1901 his father had died and the family had moved to 15 School Street, Sudbury. His sister Bessie was employed a ... more


Private Oliver Percy Ratcliffe, Suffolk Regiment

5501 Depot Suffolk Regiment

(‘2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment’ in the Suffolk and Essex Free Press).

Oliver Ratcliffe was born in Sudbury, the eldest son of Edward and Florence Ratcliffe. His father was a carpenter and the family lived at 19 Melford Road, Sudbury. Oliver was a regular soldier having served with the army during the Boer War being awarded a ... more


Private Percy Ratcliffe, East Yorkshire Regiment

220443 1st Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment

Percy Ratcliffe was born in Ballingdon around 1896, the son of Henry and Ellen Ratcliffe. His father was a bootmaker. In 1901 the family of 6 were living at 63 Ballingdon Street, Sudbury. Percy enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds, formerly as 2637 Suffolk Regiment.

Percy died on 25th April 1918. There is no known grave and he is ... more


Rifleman John Joseph Raymond, King’s Royal Rifle Corps

A/201726 18th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps

John Raymond was born in Bulmer around 1895, the son of James and Alice Raymond. His father James worked on the land. The family lived at Prospect Place, Bulmer Road, Sudbury. John had 5 brothers and 4 sisters; an older brother William (Bill) had a hairdressers in Friar Street and later at 48 Gainsborough Street. John enli ... more


Private Owen Rupert Raynor, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

15152 6th Battalion Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)

Owen Rayner was born around 1898 in Great Cornard, the son of William and Eliza Rayner. His father was a postman. In 1901 the family were living at 42 East Street, Sudbury, they later moved to 25 Waldingfield Road.

Owen died aged 19 on 4th May 1917 and lies buried in Faubourg D’Amiens Cemetery, ... more


Company Sergeant Major Thomas Christopher Reeder, Norfolk Regiment

7078 7th Battalion Norfolk Regiment

Thomas Reeder was born in Beccles around 1887. In 1901 he was living there employed as a labourer bricklayer.

Thomas was killed in action on 12th October 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

Thomas is also remembered on the Beccles War Memorial.

A Cross o ... more


Lance Corporal Charles Risby, Suffolk Regiment

3/7957 ‘H’ Company 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Charles Risby was born around 1892 in Sudbury, the son of Alfred and Mary Ann Risby. His father was a brickmaker and the family lived at 70 Cross Street. Charles enlisted in Sudbury.

Charles died aged 25 on 18th March 1917 and lies buried in Hamburg Cemetery, Germany. It is possible that he was a prisoner ... more


Lance Corporal Claude Charles John Rose, Suffolk Regiment

43148 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Claude Rose was born in Sudbury around 1894, the son of Charles and Rosina Rose, the family lived at 1 New Street, Sudbury. He was married to Elizabeth Rose and they lived at 8 Gaol Lane, Sudbury.

Claude died aged 26 on 19th January 1920 at the Red Cross Hospital, Sudbury and lies buried in Sudbury Cemetery.


Private George Moutell Sage, Army Service Corps

S/314040 322nd Depot Unit of Supply Army Service Corps

George Sage was born around 1893 in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, the son of Frederick and Ellen Sophia Sage. His father was a hairdresser. In 1901 the family were living in Clare, they later moved to 53 Station Road, Sudbury. George was living in Sudbury when he enlisted.

George died aged 25 on 8th May 1918 a ... more


Harry Henry William Joseph SalterPrivate Harry Henry William Joseph Salter, London Regiment

511892 14th Battalion London Regiment (London Scottish)

Harry Salter was born in Long Melford around 1896 and was the eldest child of
Henry and Adelaide Salter. He had 4 sisters and a brother and went to school
in Long Melford. The family later moved to School Street in Sudbury. His father
served at one time with the Suffolk Regiment and was later employed at a local
m ... more


Private Leonard Albert Sillett, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

G/3199 7th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

Leonard Sillett was born in Harleston, Norfolk and was the son of James and Eliza Sillet. His father was a miller. The family lived at 23 Plough Lane. He had 2 brothers also serving in the army in France. His brother Percy Frank lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment; he is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial ... more


Private Percy Frank Sillett, Suffolk Regiment

20073 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Percy Sillett was born around 1896 in Harleston, Suffolk and was the son of James and Eliza Sillett. His father was a miller. The family lived at 23 Plough Lane, Sudbury. Percy enlisted in Sudbury. He had 2 brothers also serving with the army in France. His brother Leonard Albert lost his life serving with the Buffs (East Kent Regiment); he ... more


Private Alfred James Sillitoe, Essex Regiment

301175 1st/7th Battalion Essex Regiment

Alfred Sillitoe was born in Sudbury around 1894. He was the son of James and Charlotte Sillitoe. His father was a builder’s carpenter and in 1901 the family of 5 was living at 4 Princes Street, Sudbury. Alfred attended St. Gregory and St. Peter’s School. He was living in Chelmsford when he enlisted.

Alfred died of ... more


Rifleman Henry Sillitoe, King’s Royal Rifle Corps

R/21314 9th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps

Henry Sillitoe, known as Harry was born in Sudbury. He was living in Walworth, South London when he enlisted in Southwark.

Harry was killed in action on 15th September 1916. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

A Cross of Remembrance was laid at the Thiep ... more


Private Arthur Angelo Smith, Suffolk Regiment

19648 7th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Arthur Smith was born in Sudbury around 1892, the son of Arthur H and Emily J Smith. His father was a bootmaker and in 1891 his parents were living at 9 Prince Street, Sudbury, they later moved to 31 Newmans Road. His younger brother Gilbert Claude lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment and is also remembered on the Sudbury War Mem ... more


Corporal Ernest Smith, Army Service Corps

T4/211763 No.1 Company 56th Division Train Army Service Corps

Ernest Smith was born in Sudbury around 1875. He was the son of John and Emma Smith. In 1901 the family were living at 21 Station Road, Sudbury. Both Ernest and his father were employed as silk curers. His younger brother Harry lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment; he is also remembered on the Sudbury War ... more


Private Gilbert Claude Smith, Suffolk Regiment

26664 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Gilbert Smith was born in Sudbury around 1894, the son of Arthur H and Emily J Smith. His father was a bootmaker. In 1891 his parents were living at 9 Prince Street, Sudbury, they later moved to 31 Newmans Road. He enlisted in Cambridge. His older brother Arthur Angelo lost his life serving with the Suffolk Regiment and is also remembered o ... more


Private Harry Smith, Suffolk Regiment

15409 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment
(8th Battalion Suffolk Regiment on original Roll of Honour)

Harry Smith was around born around 1880 in Dunmow, Essex. He was the son of John and Emma Smith. His father was employed as a silk curer. In 1901 the family were living at 21 Station Road, Sudbury. Harry aged 19 was employed as a corn miller. His older brother Ernest lost his ... more


Private James Walter Smith, Cambridgeshire Regiment

202316 1st Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment
(4th Battalion Suffolk Regiment on CWGC)

James Smith was born in Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 3/8501 Suffolk Regiment.


James died on 1st April 1918 and lies buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France.


Lance Corporal Richard Paul Smith, Essex Regiment

313449 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment

Richard Smith was born in Sudbury around 1893. He was living in Halstead when he enlisted.

Richard was killed in action on 24th May 1915. There is no known grave and he is remembered on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium.

A Cross of Remembrance was laid at the Menin Gate on 15th April 2006.


Lance Corporal Sidney Smith, King’s Royal Rifle Corps

R/11754 9th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps

Sidney Smith was the son of Harry and Emma Smith, of Great Yard, Sidings Hill, Halstead, Essex. He was married, after the war his widow Mrs. L. Smith was living in Harp Close Road, Sudbury.

Sidney died aged 30 on 7th May 1916 and lies buried in Habarcq Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France.

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Captain Robert Stewart R. Smylie, Royal Scots Fusiliers

7th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, attached 1st Battalion
(‘Lieutenant’ on CWGC)

Robert Smylie was born on 7th April 1874 in Ballymeena, County Antrim. His father died when he was a child. He attended Ballymeena Grammar School and later graduated from London University taking his M.A. in 1903.

He had been the Headmaster at Sudbury Grammar School f ... more


Private Ernest Sore, (King’s) Dragoon Guards

2561 1st Battalion (King’s) Dragoon Guards

Ernest Sore was born in Westgate Street, Long Melford on 21st March 1892. He was the son of Arthur George and Eliza Sore (née Sergeant). The family lived at one time in Great Cornard at Wells Hall, Broom Street, they later moved to 82 East Street, Sudbury. Ernest had 6 brothers and 3 sisters. His brother Horace lost his l ... more


Pioneer Horace Charles Sore, Royal Engineers

528081 54th Division Signal Company Royal Engineers

Horace Sore was born in Great Cornard on 30th July 1894. He was the son of Arthur George and Eliza Sore (née Sergeant). The family lived at one time in Great Cornard at Wells Hall, Broom Street, they later moved to 82 East Street, Sudbury. Horace had 6 brothers and 3 sisters. His brother Ernest lost his life serving wi ... more


Sergeant Charles William Spalding, Northamptonshire Regiment

21090 1st (Garrison) Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment
(‘5th Suffolk Regiment’ on original Roll of Honour)

Believed to be Charles Spalding, who was born in Ballingdon around 1883, the son of Charles James and Rosehanna Spalding. The family lived at 1 Grover’s Yard, Girling Street, Sudbury. Charles was married to Fanny, who after the war was living at 1 ... more


Private John Ralph Spreckley, Bedfordshire Regiment

32161 6th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment
(Recorded as ’1st/5th Battalion’ on the original Roll of Honour)

John Spreckley was born 12th April 1895, the son of John and Caroline Spreckley. In 1901 the family were living in Islington, London where his father was employed as a shop front carpenter. John attended Sudbury Grammar School. After the war his parents w ... more


Private Thomas Stammers, Royal Fusiliers

17800 ‘D’ Company 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Thomas Stammers was born in Sudbury on 5th June 1890. He was the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Stammers (née Tuffin), who were married 18th September 1889. Elizabeth was Joseph’s second wife. His father had a hardware and paint store at 27 North Street, Sudbury, and a warehouse in Girling Street. The family ... more


Private Alfred Stearns, Suffolk Regiment

14301 9th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Believed to be Alfred Stearns (Recorded as ‘Stearn’ on the original Roll of Honour), who was born around 1887 in Acton, Suffolk, the son of Herbert and Alice Stearns. His father was employed as an agricultural labourer and his mother as a horsehair weaver. When Alfred was 3 the family were living at Ovens Green, Acton. At the ag ... more


Driver John Thomas Stearns, Royal Engineers

142896 12th Division Signal Company Royal Engineers

John Stearns was born around 1889 in Acton, Suffolk, the son of William and Sarah Stearns. His father was an agricultural labourer. When John was 2 the family were living at Post Office Row, Sudbury Road, Acton, they later moved to 53 East Street, Sudbury.

John died aged 29 on 11th November 1918, the day the Armist ... more


Lance Corporal Ambrose Suttle MM, London Regiment

722974 1st/24th Battalion London Regiment

Ambrose Suttle was born in Sudbury. He was living in Sudbury when he enlisted, formerly as 25099 10th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.

Ambrose was killed in action on 22nd August 1918 and lies buried in Bray Hill British Cemetery, Bray-Sur-Somme, Somme, France.

Ambrose Suttle was awarded the Military Medal. The announ ... more


Private Ernest George Tatum, Suffolk Regiment

8023 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Ernest Tatum was born in Cockfield around 1891, the son of Arthur and Elizabeth Tatum. His father was an agricultural labourer, his mother a horsehair weaver. In 1901 the family of 8 were living in Lawshall. Ernest enlisted in Bury St. Edmunds.

Ernest was killed in action on 30th September 1915. There is no known grave and he is r ... more


Sergeant Frederick Thompson, Suffolk Regiment

320716 15th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Frederick Thompson was born around 1898 in Stoke Newington, London, the son of Edward George and Alice Maria Thompson. The family lived at 5 New Road, Sudbury. Frederick enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 3587 Suffolk Regiment.

Frederick was killed in action on 6th November 1917 aged 19 and lies buried in Beersheba War Cemetery, ... more


Charles Henry TippetMajor Charles Henry Tippet, Royal Dublin Fusiliers

7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers
(’Lieutenant Colonel’ on original Roll of Honour)

Charles Tippet was born around 1863 in Maltby, Yorkshire. At the age of 18 he was boarding in Skegness, Lincolnshire employed as a surveyors articled clerk. By 1891 he, his wife Edith and their eldest daughter were living in Wales at St. Woollos, Newport, where he was record ... more


Private Bert Towler, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

G/3298 7th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)

Bert Towler, known as Bertie was born around 1890 in Little Waldingfield, Suffolk. He was the fifth son of William and Lucy Towler. His father William was a police constable. When Bertie was aged 1 the family were living at 1 Millfield Cottage, Waldingfield Street, Little Waldingfield, they later moved to 53 Gordon Terrace, W ... more


Private Albert Arthur Tuffen, Suffolk Regiment

240428 1st/5th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment

Albert Tuffen was born in Sudbury around 1894, believed to be the son of William and Annie Tuffen (Tuffin on the 1901 census). His father was a lime burner. Albert enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 2130 Suffolk Regiment.

Albert died of wounds on 27th March 1917 and lies buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Israel.


Private Arthur James Turner, Coldstream Guards

3894 3rd Battalion Coldstream Guards

Arthur Turner was born in Sudbury around 1882, the son of William and Susan Turner. His father was employed as a mat maker foreman. When Arthur was aged 8 the family were living at St. Mary’s Street West, Long Melford and employed a servant. They later moved to Rectory cottages, Liston. Arthur was married to Jessie Emma. After the war ... more


Private John Walker, Middlesex Regiment

G/11921 17th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

John Walker was born in Sudbury around 1895, the son of Frederick and Eliza Walker. At one time his father was employed as a groom, later as a merchant porter. The family lived at 13 Burkitts Lane, Sudbury. John was living in Hendon when he enlisted in Mill Hill, Middlesex.

John was killed in action on 25th July 1917 and lie ... more


Private Harry George Wallace, Suffolk Regiment

7788 ‘A’ Company 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Harry Wallace was born in Sudbury around 1891, the son of James and Eliza Wallace. Harry enlisted in Sudbury.

Harry died aged 24 on 13th February 1915 and lies buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.


Able Seaman Walter Ward, Royal Naval Division

R/660 Anson Battalion Royal Naval Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve

Walter Ward was born around 1880 in Ballingdon, the son of John and Mary Ann Ward (née Gardner). In 1881 the family were living in Ballingdon Street, Sudbury and his father John was employed as a carman. Walter had a sister and 3 brothers. The family later moved to Plough Lane, Sudbury.

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Private Leonard John Watson, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

43715 11th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

Leonard Watson was born in Sudbury around 1890, the son of Mary Ann Watson. In 1901 the family were living at 32 Sepulchre Street, Sudbury (now Gainsborough Street). His older brother Edward was an assistant schoolmaster and his older sister Florence was an assistant schoolmistress. Leonard was living in Hertfordshire when he e ... more


Private Stanley Robert Watson, London Regiment

202236 1st Battalion London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)
Attached to 2nd/3rd Battalion

Stanley Watson born around 1896 in Sudbury. He was the son of Charles and Emma Watson. His father was a tailor and the family of 6 were living at 43 Melford Road, Sudbury. Stanley attended St. Gregory and St. Peter’s School, Sudbury. He was living in St. Pancras, when he enlisted at ... more


Sapper Fred Watton, Royal Engineers

Royal Engineers

Fred Watton was born in Sudbury 1893, the son of William George and Susannah Watton (née Beer). He had 4 brothers and 1 sister. Fred married widow Ellen Winifred Beer (née Crisswell) around 1915/16.
Ellen was a well-known local amateur artist and was the widow of Frederick Arthur Beer who died of dysentery in Palestine on 14th September 1915 and w ... more


Private Bertie William Webb, Royal Fusiliers

53273 13th Battalion Royal Fusiliers

Bertie Webb was born in Sudbury around 1891. He was the son of Henry and Rebecca Webb. His father was a general labourer. In 1901 the family of 7 were living at 43 Ballingdon Street. Bertie was living in Sudbury when he enlisted, formerly as 199445 Army Service Corps.

Bertie was killed in action on 23rd August 1918. He lies burie ... more


Private Leonard Arthur Webb, Royal Fusiliers

3703 3rd Battalion London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)

Leonard Webb was born around 1893, the son of William and Edith Webb. The family lived at Stour Valley Villas, Edgworth Road, Sudbury. Leonard enlisted in Sudbury. His younger brother Wallace George lost his life serving with the Royal Field Artillery; he is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.

Leonard die ... more


Gunner Wallace George Webb, Royal Field Artillery

176940 232nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery

Wallace Webb was born in Beccles around 1898, the son of William and Edith Webb. The family lived at Stour Valley Villas, Edgworth Road, Sudbury. Wallace enlisted at Warley. His older brother Leonard Arthur lost his life serving with the Royal Fusiliers; he is also remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.

Wallace died aged 2 ... more


Private William Webb, Royal Welsh Fusiliers

202437 1st/4th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers

William Webb was born in Sudbury around 1889, the son of Eliza Webb. In 1901 his mother was a widow employed as a yarn spinner and the family of 7 were living in Laundry Gardens, Sudbury. He enlisted in Sudbury, formerly as 26303 Bedfordshire Regiment.

William died 6th April 1918 and lies buried in Les Baraques Military ... more


Private Peter Welsh, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

276099 12th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Peter Welsh was married to Florence, who after the war was living at 1 Siam Terrace, Sudbury. Peter was living in Sudbury when he enlisted at Banknock, Kilsyth, Scotland.

Peter died of wounds on 20th September 1918 and lies buried in Sarigol Military Cemetery, Kriston, Greece.

Peter is also remembere ... more


Private Frank Thomas Wheeler, Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment)

805450 75th Battalion Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment)

Frank Wheeler was born on 7th August 1891, the son of Edward and Martha Ann Wheeler (née Skingle), of 1 High Street, Lavenham. His father Edward had a butcher’s shop in Lavenham.

Frank had 5 brothers and 3 sisters. His brothers all served in the army. Edward, known as Ted closed his butc ... more


Private Frederick Wheeler, Royal Fusiliers

202808 2nd/1st Battalion London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers)

Frederick Wheeler known as Fred was born on 31st March 1886, the son of Edward and Martha Ann Wheeler (née Skingle), of 1 High Street, Lavenham.

He had 5 brothers and 3 sisters. His brothers all served in the army. Edward, known as Ted, closed his butcher’s shop in Sudbury to join the Royal Garr ... more


Private Charles Bernard White, Suffolk Regiment

26887 11th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Charles White was born around 1899 at St. Ann’s, Soho, London, the son of William and Harriet White. By 1901 the family were living in Sudbury, his father was a retired police constable. The family lived at York Villas, Clarence Road, Sudbury. Charles enlisted in Sudbury.

Charles died of wounds aged 19 on 27th March 1918 a ... more


Lance Corporal Fred Charles White, Essex Regiment

Essex Regiment

Unable to trace the correct record for Fred Charles White.

Fred is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Sidney Philip White, (King’s) Hussars

7188 14th (King’s) Hussars

Sidney White was born in Ballingdon around 1894. He was the son of William and Ellen White. His father was a blacksmith and in 1901 the family of 6 were living in Ballingdon Street. Sidney was still living in Sudbury when he enlisted in London. In a letter they received from Sidney’s Commanding Officer he was described as ‘a very fi ... more


Unknown J. Willis, Unknown

Regiment unknown

Unable to trace the correct record for J. Willis.

J. Willis is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Private Percy Charles Wright, King’s Royal Rifle Corps

R/31643 17th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps

Percy Wright was born in Castle Acre, Norfolk, the son of William and Elizabeth Wright. His father was a miller journeyman. In 1891 the family were living at Mill Cottages, Westacre, Norfolk. Percy was married, he was living in Sudbury when he enlisted in Woolwich.

Percy was killed in action on 31st July 1917 age ... more


Private Percy Charles Wright, Gloucestershire Regiment

Gloucester Regiment

Unable to trace any records for Percy Charles Wright, Gloucester Regiment.

It is possible that he is the same person as:

Percy Charles Wright R/31643 17th Battalion, King’s Royal Rifle Corps.

Percy is remembered on the Sudbury War Memorial.


Sergeant Robert William Wright, Honourable Artillery Company

3406 2nd Battalion Honourable Artillery Company

Robert Wright was the son of Edward J. and Sophia Wright. His father was a grocer shopkeeper and the family lived ‘over the shop’ along with 2 servants at 8 Market Hill, ‘ Sudbury. Robert had an older brother Edward, a younger brother Bernard and a sister Edith. The family were well known Quakers and they worshi ... more


Private John Henry Yearsley, (Queen Alexandra’s Own Royal) Hussars

1387 19th (Queen Alexandra’s Own Royal) Hussars

John Yearsley was born 1889 in Chester, Cheshire, the son of John L. Yearsley. His father was a traveling drapery salesman. John was married, after the war his widow Mrs. M. Yearsley was living at 11 Girling Street, Sudbury.

John died aged 30 on 23rd February 1919 and lies buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery, Ger ... more


The Royal British Legion Branch at Sudbury and Long Melford