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WW1: Roll of Honour: Martin, Charles

Rank & Unit Private, 1th Btn, Wilts Regt Death 21 Sept 1914, Vailly sur Aisne Family Son of William and Sarah Martin Biographic detail In 1901 was living at The Butts, left a widow Beatrice Emily. He had enlisted in 1906 Extra detail His unit had just rotated back to the front.

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Maynard, Bertie

Rank & Unit Private, 2nd Btn, Leinster Regt Death 29 Sept 1918, aged 30 Family Son of Thomas and Annie Maynard of Aldbourne, husband of Elsie of “Cottage Rd, Aldbourne” (this is an error in the CWGC records) Biographic detail In 1911 was a gardener living on Marridge Hill Extra detail

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Moulding, John Janaway

Rank & Unit Gunner, 1st Div Ammunition Column, Canadian Field Artillery Death 19 July 1918 Family Son of William and Elizabeth Moulding of West St Biographic detail Born 1886, by 1901 was a builders apprentice, had probably emigrated to Canada by 1911 Extra detail He is commemorated in Aldbourne churchyard

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Newman, Alfred William

Rank & Unit Private, 13th Kensington Btn, attached to Trench Mortar Battery, London Regt Death 4 Mar 1918, aged 33 Family Son of Alfred and Elizabeth Newman, Meadow Croft, Crooked Corner. Husband of Thirza Biographic detail Born in Westminster, resident in London before enlisting Extra detail Died in action

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Newman, John Henry

Rank & Unit Lance Corporal, 2nd/4th Royal Berks Death 4 May 1918 Family Son of John Newman of Ogbourne St George, but was born in Aldbourne. Husband of Sarah J Newman nee Emberlin of Crooked Corner Biographic detail In 1911 is occupation was a fogger, by which time he was married with a son Extra …

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Noon, Alfred James

Rank & Unit Lance Corporal, 7th Btn, WIlts Rgt Death 24 April 1917, Dorian, Greece Family Son of Charles & Eliza Noon of West St Biographic detail In 1901 he was with his family in West St, his father being a carter, by 1911 he was an under carter in Wroughton Extra detail Died in …

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WW1: Roll of Honour: North, Ernest William

Rank & Unit Private, 2nd Btn, Wilts Regt Death 4 Dec 1917, Gheluvelt near Ypres, aged about 32 Family Son of James and Annie North Biographic detail Baptised in Aldbourne in 1885. His father was  a blacksmith. By 1891 the family were in Chilton Foliat. By the 1911 his father had died and his mother …

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Orchard, John

Rank & Unit Sergeant, Kings Royal Rifles Corps, awarded the DCM Death 24 August 1917, Hooge near Ypres, aged 23 Family Son of John and Sarah Orchard Biographic detail In 1911 his father is the subpostmaster and John jnr is a letter carrier Extra detail The was awarded the DCM because he “had led the …

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Owen, Thomas

Rank & Unit Private, Royal Berks Regt Death 27 Feb 1915, aged 26 Family Son of Thomas and Eliza Owens of The Square Biographic detail in 1901 was a ploughboy living with his parents at Dudmore Cottage Extra detail Buried in Estaires

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Pembroke, Reginald

Rank & Unit Private MTRAS Corps Death 8 Jan 1916 aboard the SS Citta di Palerma, NE or Brindisi Family Son of Thomas Charles and Rose Emily Pembroke Biographic detail Born in Aldbourne circa 1895, in 1911 was at Dudmore working on the farm Extra detail Died at sea on the SS Citta di Palermo …

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Pike, Ernest

Rank & Unit Private, 5th Btn, Wilts Regt Death 4 Feb 1917, Amara, Iraq Family Biographic detail Born in Ramsbury but was resident in Aldbourne at the start of the war Extra detail Died of wounds when fighting Turkish forces

 

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Razey, Oliver John

Rank & Unit Lance Corporal, 2nd Btn, Wilts Regt Death 25 Sept 1915, Loos, aged 23 Family Son of Isaac and Sarah Razey, brother of Thomas Edwin Biographic detail In 1901 was living with his parents at Whitepond. His father was a carter Extra detail Died in action, attacking, heavy losses that day

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Razey, Thomas Edwin

Rank & Unit Private, Royal Berks Regt Death 6 Nov 1917 aged at least 36 Family Son of Isaac and Louisa, bother of Oliver John Biographic detail Baptised in Aldbourne in 1881, in 1891 was in Westfield Cottages, in 1901his parents lived at Whitepond, by 1911 he was living in Inkpen Extra detail

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Sampson, Arthur William

Rank & Unit Private, 97th Coy, Machine Gun Corps Death 18 Nov 1916, The Somme, aged 19 Family Son of William and Emily Sampson, Beaconsfield Cottage, The Green. Brother of Edwin John Biographic detail Born in Shefford, was still there in 1911 Extra detail Missing in action

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Sampson, Edwin John

Rank & Unit Private, 1st Btn, Wilts Regt Death 6 Jul 1916, The Somme, aged 17 Family Son of William and Emily Sampson, Beaconsfield Cottage, The Green. Brother of Arthur William Biographic detail Born in West Shefford Extra detail Died attacking the Leipzip Salient

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Sampson, T E

Rank & Unit unknown Death unknown Family unknown Biographic detail Extra detail

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Sheppard, Reginald Herbert Percy

Rank & Unit Lance Corporal, 1st Btn, Wilts Regt Death 14 July 1917, aged 22 Family Son of William and Susan Sheppard Biographic detail Baptised in Aldbourne, by 1901 living on Baydon Hill as a journeyman baker. In 1911 was already in the army Extra detail The 14th was the first time the unit had …

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WW1: Roll of Honour: Smith, Albert George

Rank & Unit Private, 1th Btn, Royal Berks Regt Death 4 Nov 1914 aged 32 Family Son of Harriett Williams (formerly Smith) and the late George Smith of Willow Cottage, Aldbourne Biographic detail Born in Great Bedwyn Extra detail Buried at Ypres

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