Their names are cast in bronze


A library of images of RND Bronze Memorial Plaques, Scrolls, medals & photos.

Plaque Surnames

Temp. Sub Lt. Harry GEALER R.N.V.R.
Hood Battalion, R.N.D.
Killed in action, 13th November 1916.

Ancre British Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel (FR 339)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- ex-Dev/180688 Chief Petty Officer RN. Hood Bn. B/313 15/9/14-13/9/15 Commissioned Temporary Sub Lieutenant at Cape Helles 13/9/15-24/9/15 Jaundice, rejoined Hood Bn. 26/1/16-13/11/16 DD.
Signalling Officer Hood Bn. ; Buried in Cemetery Q.18.C.0.2. Trench No.1. (No.56).
Wife, Annie Rachel Gealer, Windsor House, Windsor Terrace, Stoke, Devonport, later of: 95 Beaumont St., Stoke, Devonport. ; 1914 Star issued to widow 28/2/19.

Sussex 5/257 AB Sidney John GEORGE R.N.V.R.
Howe Battalion, R.N.D.
Died of wounds in 11th Casualty Clearing Station 26th May 1915.

(GSW Abdomen, same date)
Lancashire Landing Cemetery, Helles (Gi 1)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted 1/12/1913 ; Howe Bn. D/106 22/8/14-26/5/15 DD.
Born 29/4/1896. A Bottle Washer at Breed's Brewery. Home address: 234 Priory Rd., Halton, Hastings. Son of Mrs Mary George (later Mrs. D. Smith) of Wrens Cottage, Whitley Wood Rd., Whitley, near Reading, Berkshire. ; 1914 Star issued to Aunt, Mrs. Beaney, 16/10/19 ; BWM & Victory Medal not issued/claimed.

Reverse of AB George's 1914 Star.

PLY/16373 Pte. Sydney Edgar GIBSON R.M.L.I.
No.3 Company, Plymouth Battalion, R.N.D.
Killed in action at Kum Kale, 4th March 1915.
Helles Memorial (MR 4)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted Plymouth 2/9/13 ; Plymouth Bn. at Dunkirk & Defence of Antwerp 19/9/14-12/10/14 ; Plymouth Bn. MEF 6/2/15-4/3/15 DD.
A Shop Assistant ; b.St. Andrews, Plymouth 7/3/1895 ; Mother, Amy, 21 John St., Plymouth ; 1914 Star issued to mother 1/7/19, Clasp, BWM & Victory medal not issued/claimed.

PO/548/S Pte. Arthur William GOODYEAR R.M.L.I.
Portsmouth Battalion, R.N.D.
Killed in action, 3rd May 1915.

Helles Memorial (MR 4)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted Southampton 26/9/14 ; Embarked RM Brigade 17/11/14 ; Portsmouth Bn. MEF 28/2/15-3/5/15 DD.
A Van-Man ; b.St. Johns, Winchester, Hants. 15/10/1891 ; Mother, Mary, 64 Sussex St., Winchester.
CWGC incorrectly records his date of death as "6/5/15" ; Please note that all Portsmouth Bn. casualties recorded by the CWGC as died on the 6th of May 1915 were most likely killed in the charge up Razor-Back hill, Monash Valley, on the 3rd May 1915, but may have been killed at Anzac Beachhead on any date between 28/4/15 & 3/5/15.

Tyneside Z/1075 AB Edward GRAHAM R.N.V.R.
Hood Battalion, R.N.D.
Killed in action, 19th July 1915.

Helles Memorial addenda (MR 4)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted 4/11/14 ; Collingwood Bn. 'A' Company 4th Platoon 4/2/15, transferred to Hood Bn. 8/6/15-19/7/15 DD.
Buried in Communication trench, leading from 5 in E.10 to 6 in E.11 at about centre. Cross marking grave.
Non-commemoration notified to the CWGC in 2000. His name was added to the Helles Memorial Addenda in 2005. ; b.11/1/1893 ; A Miner at the Seghill Coal Company ; Home address: 14 Lees St., Annitsford, Northumberland ; Next-of-Kin: Father, John, 42 Blake Town, Seghill, Northumberland, later: Sister, Maggie Graham, 14 Lees St., Annitsford, Northumberland.

CH/1635/S Pte. William John GREEN R.M.L.I.
'C' Company, 1st Royal Marine Battalion, R.N.D.
Missing, assumed killed in action, 28th April 1917.

Arras Memorial (MR 20)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted 3/8/16 age 31 years 4 months ; Embarked RM Brigade 11/10/16 ; Draft for BEF 4/12/16, posted to 1st RM Bn. from Base Depot Calais 8/2/17-28/4/17 DD.
A Bricklayer ; Husband of Lottie Louisa Green, of 52 Pottery Cottages, Wells Rd., Glastonbury, later of: "Kinross," 54 Hamilton Rd., Salisbury.

Kitchener X/217 AB James GRIFFIN R.N.V.R.
Howe Battalion, R.N.D.
Died of wounds at 12.30pm in RN Hospital Haslar from GSW Skull (Depressed fracture 6/5/15), Encephalitis and exhaustion, 2nd December 1915.
Pelton Cemetery, Co.Durham (Durham 78)

RND Roll of Honour gives:- Enlisted in the Durham Light Infantry 1/9/14 & transferred to RNVR 7/9/14 ; Howe Bn. D/259 7/9/14-6/5/15 wounded, Invalided to UK 2/6/15.
Born 13/4/1896 in Pelton, Chester-le-Street. A Miner. Resided with parents, John and Annie Griffin, at 9 Eden Terrace, Beamish, S.O., Co. Durham. Parents address later: 30 Black Horse Terrace, Pelton, Co. Durham; & later: of High Hold, Pelton, Co. Durham. ; 1914 Star issued to father 29/3/20, V.B. issued to Father