H. J. Kemp Service no. L/3287 Lance Corporal, 16th (The Queen’s) Lancers, “C” Sqdn. Born in South Norwood; enlisted in London; lived in Clapham Died of wounds age 22 on 22 October 1914 CWGC: “Son of Frank John and Ellen Kemp, of 40 Lansdowne Gardens, South Lambeth, London.” Remembered at St Andre Communal Cemetery, Nord, […]
A. E. Jordan Service no. 17330 Private, Grenadier Guards, 2nd Battalion Killed in action age 21 on 19 October 1915 CWGC: “Son of George Thomas and Mary Jordan, of 19 Broomgrove Road, Stockwell, London.” Remembered at Vermelles British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France Brother of Frank Andrew Jordan Information from the 1911 census In 1911 […]
J. O. Holman Service no. R/35467 Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 17th Battalion CWGC: “Son of Sarah Jane Holman, of 45, Jeffreys Road, Clapham, London.” Killed in action on 3 June 1917, aged about 21 Remembered at Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery, Ypres, Belgium Brother of Alfred Harold Holman.
A. H. Holman Service no. 34678 Gunner, Royal Field Artillery, 182nd Bde. Enlisted in Chelsea; lived in Clapham Died of wounds aged about 23 on 11 May 1916 Remembered at Dud Corner Cemetery, Loos, France Brother of John Orlando Holman, whose CWGC entry states that the family lived at 45 Jeffreys Road, Stockwell. Information from […]
W. F. Hine Private, London Regiment, 24th Battalion Service no. 5696 or Y22567 This is a tentative identification, as no W. F. Hine with links to Stockwell or South London is in the CWGC database. W. F. Hine may have been the brother of Alfred Hine. There is a pension record in the National Archives […]
A. Hine Driver, Royal Field Artillery, “A” Bty. 280th Bde. Service no. 925397 Died of wounds on 7 September 1917 “Son of Thomas George and Frances Hine, of 24, Union St., Clapham, London.” Brother of William Frederick Hine Remembered at Nunhead (All Saints) Cemetery, south-east London Information from the 1911 census Alfred and William F. […]
F. Hilton Service no. 5723 Rifleman, Rifle Brigade, 1st Battalion Died on 10 September 1918 CWGC: “Son of Mrs. S. A. Hilton, of 1 Trigorn Road, Clapham Road, London.” Remembered at Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension, France Brother of William George Hilton
W. G. Hilton Service no. 688 Private, East Surrey Regiment, 7th Battalion Died of wounds age 21 on 5 October 1915 CWGC: “Son of Sarah Annie Hilton, of 1 Trigon Road, Clapham, London.” Remembered at Chocques Military Cemetery, France Brother of Frederick Hilton Information from the 1901 census In 1901 William Hilton was 8 and […]
J. Herriott Lieutenant, Machine Gun Corps, 41st Coy. Died of wounds, age 26 on 17 February 1919 Awarded Military Cross Son of John and Mary Herriott, of 50 Milton Road, Herne Hill, London. Native of London. Remembered at Etaples Military Cemetery, France Two of John Herriott’s brothers, Andrew Herriott and Archibald Herriott, also died. For […]
A. Herriott Service no. 2816 Private, London Regiment, 1st/24th Battalion Killed in action 26 May 1915, aged 22 Remembered at Le Touret, France Brother of Andrew Herriott and John Herriott.