|1||CGWC Commemoration: BROADWAY, Albert William, D.S.M., RN (1918)|
This memorial marks thousands of people lost at sea during both wars. Albert was one of those men. He died when his submarine went missing in the North Sea on, or about 1 November 1918.
|2||CGWC Commemoration: STUBBS, Arthur William (1940)|
Private Stubbs (No. 5492437) was commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the Dunkirk Memorial along with 4,506 others.
|3||CGWC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Jonas (1916)|
|4||CWGC Commemoration: ALDER, George Jasper (1917)|
|5||CWGC Commemoration: ARDEN, Charles Victor (1915)|
|6||CWGC Commemoration: BELL, George Henry (Private)|
|7||CWGC Commemoration: BLUMFELD, Hubert Winterbotham|
|8||CWGC Commemoration: BLUMFELD, Louis|
|9||CWGC Commemoration: BOTTOMLEY, Herbert (Pte) (1945)|
Although commemorated on the CWGC website, it appears that Herbert was killed by a "hit and run" driver some 4 months after the official surrender of Germany which marked the end of the war in Europe.
|10||CWGC Commemoration: BOYCE, Frank Herbert (1916)|
|11||CWGC Commemoration: BREWITT-TAYLOR, Raymond|
|12||CWGC Commemoration: BRICKNELL, Albert Edward (1918)|
Albert was serving in the 1st/5th Battalion, Royal Devonshire Regiment when he was Killed in Action.
|13||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, Charles Edward (1917)|
|14||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, Charles Haydn (1918)|
Status: Not yet located; Charles was serving in the 24th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers in France, when he was Killed in Action.
|15||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, Cyril Morrison (1916)|
Serviceman No 17825, Cyril was serving in the 2nd Battalion, the Leicestershire Regiment when he was Killed in Action in Basra, Iraq, on 7 Jan 1916.
NB: As a result of the current political instability in Iraq, a temporary memorial and Roll of Honour is open to visitors at the CWGC in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England. The photograph above, is of that Memorial.
|16||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, Edward (1914)|
Status: Located; Edward is one of 54,896 listed on the panels of the Menin Gate Memorial, recorded as missing, presumed dead. Like so many others, his body was never found.
|17||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, Ernest George (1917)|
|18||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, Henry John|
|19||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, Louis (1918)|
Louis (Serviceman 358) was serving in the 3rd Division, Trench Mortar Battalion, Australian Field Artillery, when he was Killed in Action.
|20||CWGC Commemoration: CLEAVER, William Alfred (1917)|
Status: Located; William is one of 35,000 listed on Tyne Cot Memorial in a corner of Tyne Cot Cemetery, in Belgium. Recorded as missing, presumed dead, like so many others, his body was never found.
|21||CWGC Commemoration: CLITHEROW, William John (1916)|
|22||CWGC Commemoration: COPPERWAITE, Thomas Valentine (1916)|
Thomas served in the 21st Battalion, Australian Infantry. He was killed in action in the Somme on 26 August 1916.
|23||CWGC Commemoration: COX, Arthur Noel (1918)|
|24||CWGC Commemoration: COX, Edward John (1915)|
|25||CWGC Commemoration: DADD, Leonard George (1917)|
|26||CWGC Commemoration: DODIMEAD, Albert Edward|
|27||CWGC Commemoration: DODIMEAD, Frederick Lionel (1944)|
|28||CWGC Commemoration: DORE, Herbert Thomas (1916)|
|29||CWGC Commemoration: EDWARDS, Walter Charles (1916)|
|30||CWGC Commemoration: ELLIS, Bernard Henry|
|31||CWGC Commemoration: ELLIS, Edward Vezian|
|32||CWGC Commemoration: ETHERINGTON, Evelyn Graeme Ivor|
|33||CWGC Commemoration: FESTING-SMITH, Patrick De Courcey|
Patrick was a Squadron Leader with the Royal Air Force
|34||CWGC Commemoration: FORWARD, Frederick|
|35||CWGC Commemoration: GREENWOOD, Robert William Bricknell (1918)|
Serviceman 15378, Private Greenwood, was serving with the 6th Battalion, York & Lancaster Regiment in Northern France when he was Killed in Action
|36||CWGC Commemoration: HAMMERSLEY, John Stanley (1940)|
|37||CWGC Commemoration: HEAD, Walter Henry (1915)|
Walter was serving as a Driver in the Royal Field Artillery, 62nd Battery, 3rd Brigade when he was Killed in Action during WW1.
|38||CWGC Commemoration: HOLMDEN, George Lawrence |
|39||CWGC Commemoration: HUTT, Thomas Stroud (1918) |
|40||CWGC Commemoration: JONES, James Leonard (1944)|
Serviceman 2620460, James was serving as a Guardsman in the 6th Battallion, The Grenadier Guards. He was reported missing and declared "Killed in Action" at the crossing of the Garigliano River on 30 JAN 1944.
|41||CWGC Commemoration: KENDALL, John Henry (1918)|
Serviceman 202304, John was serving with 1st/5th Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, when he was killed in action.
|42||CWGC Commemoration: KENDALL, Nicholas Percy (1916)|
Links (open in new tab):
External link to Plymouth Memorial Panel
|43||CWGC Commemoration: KENDALL, William John (1916)|
Serviceman 3117, Private Kendall was serving with the 53rd Battalion, Australian Infantry, A.I.F., when he was Killed in Action.
|44||CWGC Commemoration: KINGHAM, John (Private)|
|45||CWGC Commemoration: KINGHAM, Walter (Lance Corporal)|
|46||CWGC Commemoration: LANGABEER, Harold|
|47||CWGC Commemoration: LANGABEER, James|
|48||CWGC Commemoration: LANGABEER, Richard Ernest (1915) |
Serviceman 524, Richard was a Private serving with the 1st Battalion, the Welsh Guards in France & Flanders. He was Killed in Action.
|49||CWGC Commemoration: LANGABEER, William (1915)|
This certificate commemorates the death of William who was killed in action in France on 25 September 1915.
|50||CWGC Commemoration: LEYLAND, Rex Hamilton (Lieutenant Colonel)|
|51||CWGC Commemoration: LLOYD, George Lawson (1915) |
|52||CWGC Commemoration: MALPAS, (William) Henry, aka "Harry" (1916)|
Serviceman 21821, Harry was serving with the 16th Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, when he was Killed in Action on 28 April 1916.
|53||CWGC Commemoration: MASON, Joshua (1915)|
|54||CWGC Commemoration: METCALFE, William Burton|
|55||CWGC Commemoration: MITCHELL, David Jonathan|
|56||CWGC Commemoration: MITCHELL, Ernest (1916)|
Serviceman 9112, 11th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment (Formerly, 2nd Battalion, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, Ernest was serving in The Somme region of France, when he was killed in action on 9 July 1916.
|57||CWGC Commemoration: MITCHELL, George (1893-1917)|
George was serving with the 2nd/7th Battalion, Sherwood Foresters, when he was killed in action
|58||CWGC Commemoration: MITCHELL, Henry (1943)|
|59||CWGC Commemoration: MITCHELL, Thomas Frederick Wheatstone (1895-1918)|
Thomas was serving with the 13th Battalion, formerly 20th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, when he was Killed in Action.
|60||CWGC Commemoration: MONGER, John Edgar (1918)|
|61||CWGC Commemoration: MONGER, Walter David (1918)|
Walter was captured by the Germans and died whilst a Prisoner of War on 8 JUL 1918
|62||CWGC Commemoration: MOORE, Ben Ewart |
|63||CWGC Commemoration: PAGEN, Wilfred Robert (1916)|
|64||CWGC Commemoration: POOLE, Alfred Thomas (1916)|
Serviceman G/29589, Alfred was serving with the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment, when he was killed in action in the Somme region of France.
|65||CWGC Commemoration: PRESTON, Harry Alfred William Thomas George Hawes (1918)|
|66||CWGC Commemoration: RAYNER, Robert (1915)|
Serviceman 12628, Private Robert Rayner was serving with the 7th Battalion, The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Regiment, when he was killed in action on 25 September 1915, near Fleurbaix, France
|67||CWGC Commemoration: RHYMES, Percival Henry Gillard|
|68||CWGC Commemoration: RICK, John (1918)|
|69||CWGC Commemoration: RICKETTS, William Thomas (1918)|
|70||CWGC Commemoration: SINCLAIR, William (1914) |
|71||CWGC Commemoration: SNELL, Montague Douglas (1915)|
Serviceman 10800, 1st Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment, Montague was serving in Gallipoli, Turkey when he was killed in action on 10 August 1915.
|72||CWGC Commemoration: STARLING, Andrew Edward (1916)|
Serviceman (Sergeant) 5744, 1st Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry, Andrew was serving in the Somme region of France, when he was killed in action on 1 July 1916.
|73||CWGC Commemoration: STARLING, Clarence Ranford (1917)|
This commemorates Clarence Starling who was serving in 1/14 London Regiment when he was killed in action in France.
|74||CWGC Commemoration: STARLING, Percy Victor |
|75||CWGC Commemoration: STEER, Joseph Daniel (1916)|
Joseph was serving with the 123rd Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), when he was killed in action.
|76||CWGC Commemoration: STOKES, Arthur Alexander (1916)|
Status: Located; Serviceman SP3050, Arthur was serving in the 24th Battalion, The Royal Fusiliers when he was killed in action near Thiepval Village in the Departement de la Somme, France on 30 July 1916, aged 22.
|77||CWGC Commemoration: THORBURN, William Henry (1919)|
William died of Pneumonia whilst serving in the 4th Squadron, Australian Flying Corps.
|78||CWGC Commemoration: TOGHILL, (Henry) James (1917)|
James was serving in the 2nd/4th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment at the time of his death. He was 25 years old.
|79||CWGC Commemoration: TOGHILL, Joseph (1917)|
Joseph was serving in the 11th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment at the time of his death. He was 20 years old.
|80||CWGC Commemoration: TOGHILL, Thomas (1917)|
Thomas was serving in 1st/5th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment at the time of his death. He was 23 years old.
|81||CWGC Commemoration: TOGHILL, William James (1916)|
William was serving in the 8th Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry at the time of his death. He was 21 years old.
|82||CWGC Commemoration: TRITTON, Robert Edmund (1914)|
Robert was a Royal Naval Seaman serving aboard HMS Aboukir. The ship's role was to help protect the ports of Ostend and Harwich from enemy shipping. The route was heavily used by allied transport ships for the movement of supplies to the Western Front.
HMS Aboukir was struck by a U-Boat torpedo. It's back was broken and it had sunk within 20 minutes with the loss of 527 men. Only one lifeboat was able to be launched because the lifeboat mechanisms were not operational as they were mostly operated by steam from the ship's boilers.
|83||CWGC Commemoration: TUNKIN, John Patrick Reed (1915)|
|84||CWGC Commemoration: UTTERIDGE, Raymond Harry (1941)|
Raymond was serving aboard HMS Hood when the ship was sunk by the German Battleship 'Bismarck' during the 'Battle of Denmark Strait' between Iceland and Greenland.
|85||CWGC Commemoration: WINTERBOTHAM, Cyril William (1916)|
|86||CWGC Commemoration: Witham, Robert Percival (1915)|
Private Robert Witham of 6th Battalion, Australian Infantry Force, was reported "Missing" on 25 April 1915 in Gallipoli. At a Court of Enquiry on 24 April 1916, he was declared "Killed in Action".
|87||CWGC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Clarence Daniel Henry (1918)|
Killed in Action in the Somme.
|88||CWGC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Edward Samuel|
|89||CWGC Commemoration: WOOSTER, John Henry (1915)|
Serviceman 10753, Private John Henry Wooster, 1st Battalion, Essex Regiment, was Killed in Action on 29 June 1915, whilst serving in Turkey during the Gallipoli Campaign.
|90||CWGC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Reginald Joseph (1916)|
Killed in Action during the 2nd Battle of the Somme
|91||CWGC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Robert Featherstonehaugh (1917)|
Serviceman 2809, 43rd Battalion, Australian Infantry, was serving in the Ypres region of Belgium when he was killed in action of 4 October 1917.
|92||CWGC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Thomas (1916)|
Private 22903 Wooster, was serving in the 2nd Battalion, Otago Regiment, New Zealand Expeditionary Force, when he was kille in action in the Somme, Northern France.