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g) Others who fell (M-R)

  • Lance Corporal AE Martin of the 138th Company of the Machine Guns Corps (Infantry) was killed in action on 5 May 1917. He was the son of Robert Martin of Richmond Road, Kingston and Hampton Wick. He is buried at Noeux-les- Mines Communal Cemetery.

  • Noakes

    Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt, where Private Noakes is buried

    Private Arthur Frederick Noakes of the 13th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers died on 5 May 1918. He is buried at Bagneux British cemetery, Gezaincourt. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) entry refers to him as the son of Albert John and Elizabeth Noakes of 238 Kingston Road, then within the postal district of Hampton Wick.

  • Payne

    The obituary of Sergeant Arthur Ernest Payne in The Surrey Comet dated 11 November 1916

    Sergeant A.E Payne of the Machine Gun Company, Canadian Contingent, was killed in action in France on 5 October 1916 during the Battle of the Somme.

  • Private George Francis (Frank) Phillips of the London Regiment died of his wounds on 7 October 1918 at University War Hospital, Southampton. He was the third son of Major and Mrs Phillips of Longfield, 35 Broom Road, then in the postal district of Hampton Wick. He is buried in Teddington Cemetery.

  • 2nd Lieutenant John Harold Montague Phillips of the 4th (London) Field Company Royal Engineers died in France on 25 January 1916 from wounds received two days before. He is buried in Bethune Town Cemetery.

  • Major John Henley Shawe Phillips of the Royal Engineers died on 28 September 1919 and is buried in Teddington Cemetery next to the grave of his youngest son Private George Francis Phillips (who also has an entry within the “Others who fell” section of this Online War Memorial) who died at University War Hospital Southampton in 1918.

  • Robinson

    Lance Corporal Gordon Mostyn Robinson (47787) of the Royal Canadian Regiment died aged 32 on 8 October 1916. He is buried at Regina Trench Cemetery, Courcelette (about 5½ miles North East of Albert). He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as the son of Mark and Louisa Robinson of Struan, Fasset Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, and a “native” of Hampton Wick (which should mean he was born in the village).

  • Russell

    Corporal Leslie Frederick Russell (412420) of the 26th Battalion of the Canadian Infantry (New Brunswick Regiment) died on 9 April 1917. He is buried at Ecoivres Military Cemetery, Mount St Eloi. He is not listed on the Hampton Wick War Memorial but his Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry refers to him as the son of Annie Russell of 1 Lindum Road, then within the postal district of Hampton Wick, and a native of Wimbledon (which means he was born there).

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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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