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Roll of Honour, 1914-1918

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World War One



Lieutenant Colonel George Lancelot Andrewes - Suffolk Regiment

5th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

An announcement in the London Gazette Supplement on 10th June 1915 states ’5th Battalion Suffolk regiment; Lieutenant-Colonel and Honorary Colonel George L. Andrewes, retired list (Volunteers), to be Major (temporary).  Dated 11th June ... more

Private E.P. Coote - Middlesex Regiment

77035 Middlesex Regiment

E P Coote died aged 38 on 21st December 1918; he lies buried in Sudbury Cemetery.      

His mother is also remembered on his headstone, she died 29th December 1918.

Albert Victor Gill Private Albert Victor Gill - Suffolk Regiment

240713 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Albert Gill was born on 1st July 1897 at 50 Sepulchre Street (now Gainsborough
Street), Sudbury. He was the 4th son of Thomas Andrew and Annie Gill (nee Kemp).
While the family were living in Sudbury his father was employed as an ‘outfitte ... more

Private Harry Manby - Suffolk Regiment

16774  ‘A’ Company 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Harry Manby was born around 1878, the son of Arthur and Ellen Manby of Clarence Villas, Sudbury.  His father was a stonemason and in 1891 the family of 12 were living at Vine Cottage, near Inkerman Row, Sud ... more

Lieutenant Robert Seymour Mesham - West African Field Force

Military Labour Corps, West African Field Force

Robert Mesham was the younger son of Arthur Mesham.  His father was in colonial service and was a Resident Magistrate in Pietermaritzberg, Natal.  South Africa.  Robert was married to Elizabeth.  The family liv ... more

Private Albert Stevens - Suffolk Regiment

21296  8th Battalion Suffolk Regiment

Albert Stevens was born in Thetford, Norfolk.  He enlisted in Sudbury.  A report in the Suffolk and Essex Free Press on 8th August 1916 announced his death.  Albert was killed in action on 19th July 1916.  There is ... more

Second Lieutenant Frank Durrant Westoby - Middlesex Regiment

1st/7th Middlesex Regiment

Frank Westoby was the fifth son of John Bird Westoby of Sudbury. Frank was killed in action aged 41 on 16th September 1916.  He lies buried in Combles Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France.

The Royal British Legion Branch at Sudbury and Long Melford