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died of wounds 9-10-18, 2nd General Hospital, Le Harve, age 19.

Awarded Military Medal, 14/15-5-17, raid on Canadian Trench. [Also spelt GRANGER] 106170 Pte, 1/5th Notts and Derby Rgt/Sherwood Foresters. 36574 Cpl, 6th Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales) killed in action 4-5-1917, age 23.

Awarded Military Cross, Distinguished Conduct Medal & Bar. See also Coldham Memorial and Guyhirn and Ringsend Memorial19789, Sgt (Observer), 55th Squadron Royal Flying Corps. Bond had previously been involved in a crash-landing near Buie on 23/4/1917, flying a 55 Sqn. Webb, on a bombing raid to an ammunition dump north-east of Etreux, when the formation was attacked by seven enemy fighters on the return journey; their aircraft was shot up and it engine damaged, both were uninjured. See also Liverpool Street Station, London.1645, Pte, 3rd Rgt, South African Infantry. Only son of Police Superintendent John Bunn, 39 North Street. Apprenticed to Chatteris Engineering Works and went with machinery from the factory to work for the owners of the New Premier Mine in South Africa.

Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, Pas de Calais. The armed merchant cruiser sank in gales off Northern Ireland. Sixth son of William & Mary Ann Bridgstock, 98 Creek Road. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. 325510 L/Cpl, D Company, 1/1st Cambridgeshire Regiment. [Also spelt CLARK] 20529 Pte, 1/5th Notts and Derby Rgt/Sherwood Foresters, (lewis gun section). 17975 Gnr, 177th Siege Bty, Royal Garrison Artillery.

Second son of Charles & Esther Berridge, of Huntingdon. J/29146 Boy 1st Class, HMS Clan Mc Naughton, 3-2-15, age 16. SD/5640 Pte, 7th Battalion Royal Sussex Rgt, attached machine gun company, killed in action 4th May 1917, age 21. In South Africa 11 years when war declared and enlisted in army. Foncquevillers Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Poperinghe, Belgium. Reservist, called up at outbreak of war and sent to France in December 1916.

Trevor Webb (ex-3/20 Battalion, London Regt.), from Catford, South London, aged 24, who was also killed. Husband of Elizabeth Cox, The Grange Dairy Cottage, Harpole, Northampton. 235557 Cpl, 7th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, attd 7th Rife Brigade.

Killed in action 10/5/1917 serving as an observer with 55 Sqn., Fienvillers, flying in a DH.4, with pilot 2/Lt.

The whole memorial is surrounded by stone posts and chain links which in turn stand on a large stepped base which form a traffic island. The other crew members were also lost, namely Captian Harry Robert Hopperton (pilot - aged 27), Corporal Louis Gray faiers (207889) and AM 1 Arthur Charles Groves (205781).

There are 228 names listed for World War 1 and 103 for World War 2. 2188 Pte, 1/1st Cambridgeshire Rgt (D company, 13 platoon). Commissioned and sent to France in July 1918 as an observer. S/256113 Pte, 'E' Supply Coy, Royal Army Service Corps. Native of March, married and living in Spalding, Lincs. Son of Mrs Emma Ashton, of Panswell Lane, Barton Rd, Wisbech. Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France. See also Liverpool Street Station, London325513 Cpl, 1/1st Cambridgeshire Regiment. Only son of Mr & Mrs Hubert Gill, 19 Elwyn Rd, March. 36578 Pte, 1st Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales) died of wounds 7-3-1918, age 23. Buried in EUSTON ROAD CEMETERY, COLINCAMPS, Somme, France. Born and resident Outwell, Cambs, enlisted Norwich. Born Upwell, cambs, enlisted Melton Mowbray, resident Frisby, Leics.

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