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f) Others who fell (G-L)

  • Roderick M J Greig of the 2nd Battalion of the Honourable Artillery Company was killed in action on 3 May 1917 at Bullecourt, France. He is described as the son of John & Charlotte Grieg on his Commonwealth War Graves Commission (“CWGC”) entry. He is buried at Tilloy British Cemetery.

  • Gully

    Gunner Joseph Thomas Gully

    Gunner Joseph Thomas Gully (74526) of the 9th Battery of the Royal Horse & Field Artillery was killed in action on 1 September 1914. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Grave Commission (CWGC) entry refers to him as the son of Mrs Gully of Bell Cottage, 51 Wick Road, then within the postal district of Hampton Wick.

  • Hollands

    Private Arthur Sidney Hollands (145193) of the 87th Battalion of the Canadian infantry died aged 22 on 23 November 1916. He is buried at Contay British Cemetery, Contay. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as the son of Mr and Mrs Hollands of Hampton Wick.

  • Hyatt

    Private Richard Charles Hyatt

    Private Richard Charles Hyatt (53515) of the Manchester Regiment died on 24 September 1918. He is buried at Le Cateau Military Cemetery. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as the son of Alfred Richard and Annie Hyatt(nee Ayling) of 34 Bushy Park Road, then within the postal district of Hampton Wick. We are grateful for his relative, Simon Hoare for telling us about him.

  • Lieutenant Colonel Jerome of the Royal Engineers, who, according to a report in The Surrey Comet dated 14 April 1917, had been retired when war broke out returned to service on the outbreak of war in 1914 but died in 1917. According to the report of his funeral, Lieutenant Colonel Jerome, of St Olaves,18 Glamorgan Road, Hampton Wick, had been working at the War Office under General Rock where he had been mentioned in despatches for his valuable services.

  • Wheeler Walter Edward Johnson died on 29 September 1918 at the Middlesex County Asylum at Tooting. He was buried with full military honours at Teddington Cemetery

  • Jones

    Private William Douglas Jones

    Private William Douglas Jones of the 9th Battalion of the East Surrey Regiment died on 26 September 1915 during the Battle of Loos, only 25 or so days after arriving in France.

  • Private Edward William Kemp of the East Surrey Regiment, the eldest son of Mr Edward and Mrs Ann Kemp of 38 Wick Rd, South Teddington, died, according to a report in The Surrey Comet dated 28 April 1917, from his wounds on 9 March 1917 having been admitted to hospital seven days earlier. Wick Road was at this date within the postal district of Hampton Wick. He is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension.

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The first phase of this Project is to gather information about the men commemorated on the Hampton Wick War Memorial who fought in the Great War, also known as World War I, WWI or the First World War.

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