Their names are cast in bronze



Plaque Surnames

PLY/94/S Pte. Joseph EGGETT R.M.L.I.
1st Royal Marine Battalion, R.N.D.
Killed in action, 27th September 1918.

Anneux British Cemetery (FR 256)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- ex-Private King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, enlisted Dewbury 4/9/14 age 25 & transferred to Plymouth Short-Service RMLI 16/9/14 ; Plymouth Bn. MEF 6/2/15-17/9/15 Dysentery, Invalided to UK 11/11/15 ; Draft for BEF 26/9/16, joined 2nd RM Bn. 5/12/16-5/2/17 joined 188th Labour Company, 23/2/17 Intestinal Obstruction, Invalided to UK 3/3/17 ; Draft for BEF 2/8/17, joined 2nd RM Bn. 24/8/17, transferred to 1st RM Bn. 28/4/18-27/9/18 DD.
CWGC = Husband of Lucy Eggett, of Cranmere Villa, Mary Tavy, Tavistock, Devon ; Brother of PLY/152/S Private James Eggett, POW 2nd RM Bn. 28/4/17 ; A Miner ; b.Dewsbury ; Parents, Jesse & Elizabeth, Daley St., Thornhill Lees, later of: 36 Star Inn Yard, West Town, Dewsbury ; 1914/15 Star, BWM & Vic. not issued.

Sussex Z/336 AB George Henry Benjamin FLINT R.N.V.R.
Anson Battalion, R.N.D.
Died of wounds in 6th Casualty Clearing Station, 7th August 1916.

(wounded 6/8/16)
Barlin Communal Cemetery Extension (FR 12)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted 20/7/15 ; Draft for MEF 5/12/15, joined Anson Bn. at Mudros 5/2/16-7/8/16 DD.
Anson Bn. War Diary states 6/8/16:- "Enemy fired about 30 Light Minenwerfers into vicinity of Kellett Alley, AB G. Flint wounded & died next day in Casualty Clearing Station at Barlin."
A Labourer ; b.12/4/1897 ; Next-of-Kin & home address: Father, Henry, c/o Mrs. Martin, Queens Villas, 87 Hythe Rd., Wellsborough, Kent.

R/2937 AB Frederick FLOOK R.N.V.R.
Anson Battalion, R.N.D.
Died of wounds in 61st Casualty Clearing Station 3rd November 1917.

(wounded 2/11/17)

Dozinghem Military Cemetery, Poperinghe (B 16)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- ex-90301 Private 2/1st Glamorgan Yeomanry, enlisted Cardiff 31/5/16, transferred to RNVR for RND 11/7/17 ; Draft for BEF 31/7/17, joined Anson Bn. 26/8/17-3/11/17 DD.
b.15/4/1898 ; Son of George Thomas & Rosabella Flook, of 191 Cathedral Rd., Cardiff. ; ADM/171 = V.B. issued to Legatee.

Temp. Sub Lt. Harold Rickwood FOORD R.N.V.R.
2nd Reserve Battalion, R.N.D. Reserves, Aldershot.
Died of Pneumonia following Influenza in Cambridge Military Hospital Aldershot, 4th April 1919.

Aldershot Military Cemetery (Hampshire 1)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- ex-G/5395 Lance Corporal 11th Bn. Middlesex Regt. ; To France with 11th Bn. Middlesex Regt. 31/5/15 ; Commissioned Temporary Sub Lieutenant RNVR 30/5/17 ; Draft for BEF 8/12/17, joined Howe Bn. 15/12/17-11/1/18 Rectal Abscess, Invalided to UK 27/1/18. 2/9/21 Mr. Wright & R.O. Hanwell notified re medals. ; Two Medal Index Cards, appears to have served as "Foard" in 11th Middlesex Regt. ; b.3/7/1882 ; Wife, Florence I. Foord, 46 High St., Sutton, Surrey.

PLY/1935/S Pte. William Frank FORD R.M.L.I.
2nd Royal Marine Battalion, R.N.D.
Killed in action, 11th July 1917.

Arras Memorial (MR 20)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted 24/2/17 age 19 ; Embarked RM Brigade 20/4/17 ; Draft for BEF 29/5/17, joined 2nd RM Bn. 23/6/17-11/7/17 DD. A Railway Porter ; Son of Harry & Fannie Ford, of Sturminster Marshall, Wimborne, Dorset.

Tyneside Z/8508 AB Harry FREEMAN R.N.V.R.
Nelson Battalion, R.N.D.
Died of wounds in Royal Victoria Hospital Netley, 2nd February 1917.

(Shrapnel wound right leg 20/1/17)
Doncaster Old Cemetery (Yorkshire 500)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted 15/11/15 ; Draft for BEF (Bomber) 30/7/16, joined Nelson Bn. 9/12/16-20/1/17 wounded, Invalided to UK 30/1/17. An Erector ; b.22/6/1897 ; Next-of-Kin & home address: Mother, Frances Ellen, 22 South St., Hyde Park, Doncaster.