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c) War memorial (M-R)

  • Able-seaman Jack Arthur Marriott (LZ526/7) of the 3rd Reserve Battalion of the Royal Naval Division died on 3 December 1917 from “disease” according to the UK Royal Naval & Royal Marine War Graves Roll (the “RN Roll”). He had joined the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.The date of death given in the notice of his death in The Surrey Comet dated 2 January 1918 is, however, 31 December 1917 which is probably correct (rather than 3 December).

  • Martin

    Grave of Serjeant Walter Henry Martin in Chingford Mount Cemetery, Essex

    Serjeant Walter Henry Martin served in the 138th Squadron of the RAF. He died on 6 November 1918 as an airman in training and is buried in Chingford Mount Cemetery, Essex, home of his squadron.

  • Matravers

    Private Thomas Arthur Matravers

    Private Thomas Arthur Matravers (G/39293) of the 2nd Battalion of The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey Regiment) was killed at Bullecourt on 11 May 1917 (possibly on 13 May 1917) during the Battle of Arras which took place between 9 April 1917 and 16 May 1917. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.

  • Pellett

    86 Park Road, home of Private Henry Pellett's parents

    Private Henry Pellett (16884) of the 8th Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) died of his wounds, aged 21, on 8 July 1916. His entry on the CWGC site states that he was the son of Mr & Mrs Harry Pellett of 76 Park Road, Hampton Wick. He is buried at Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt L’Abbe.

  • Restall

    Kingston Grammar School's Roll of Honour on which the name of "K Restall" appears

    Lieutenant Kenneth Restall of the 12th Battalion of the Duke of Cambridge’s Own Middlesex Regiment died on the 26 September 1916 aged 20. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.

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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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