Hepworth, George Percy

Stevens, L C, Hepworth, Johns, Percy, Schneider, L W & Simmonds

George Percy Hepworth

Rank: Lieutenant / Captain

Regiment: 5th Sussex Service Battery / No. 4 Training Depot, Royal Field Artillery

Parents: Lt. Col. J. Sheldon Hepworth and Mrs Julia Hepworth

Parent’s Address: ‘St Denys’ Adelaide Road, Surbiton, London

Other Info: According to CWGC, George died aged 28 on 27th October 1918. He is remembered at Kirkee 1914-1918 Memorial, on Face 1.

Published: October 1914

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Guilly, Cyril James

Thompson & Guilly

Cyril James Guilly

Rank: Private

Regiment: ‘A’ Company, 1st Battaion, Gordon Highlanders

Parents: Mr James & Mrs Louisa Guilly

Aunt: Mrs Mutter

Cousins: C F Thompson & Arthur Patrick Job Thompson

Address: 2 Slaithwaite Road, Lewisham, London

Aunt’s Address: Victoria Villa, Victoria Avenue, Ore

Other Info: Killed in action. According to CWGC, Arthur died aged 21 on 13th November 1917. He is remembered at the Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 15b and 15c.

Published: November 1917

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Bridgewater, A

Bridgewater

A Bridgewater

Rank: Corporal

Regiment: Royal Fusiliers

Parents: Mr & Mrs Bridgewater

Brothers: W Bridgewater, H Bridgewater, C Bridgewater & J Bridgewater

Parent’s Address: 63 Hyde Road, Southgate, London

Other Info: Born in Hastings. At the Front.

Published: August 1917

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Bridgewater, J

Bridgewater

J Bridgewater

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: Army Service Corps

Parents: Mr & Mrs Bridgewater

Brothers: W Bridgewater, H Bridgewater, C Bridgewater & A Bridgewater

Parent’s Address: 63 Hyde Road, Southgate, London

Other Info: Born in Hastings. At the Front.

Published: August 1917

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Bridgewater, C

Bridgewater

C Bridgewater

Rank: Private

Regiment: Machine Gun Corps

Parents: Mr & Mrs Bridgewater

Brothers: W Bridgewater, H Bridgewater, J Bridgewater & A Bridgewater

Parent’s Address: 63 Hyde Road, Southgate, London

Other Info: Born in Hastings. Wounded last October (1916), now back at the Front.

Published: August 1917

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Bridgewater, H

Bridgewater

H Bridgewater

Rank: Sergeant

Regiment: South African Constabulary

Parents: Mr & Mrs Bridgewater

Brothers: W Bridgewater, C Bridgewater, J Bridgewater & A Bridgewater

Parent’s Address: 63 Hyde Road, Southgate, London

Other Info: Born in Hastings

Published: August 1917

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Bridgewater, W

Bridgewater

W Bridgewater

Rank: Regimental Sergeant Major

Regiment: 1st Grenadier Guards / Training Battalion

Parents: Mr & Mrs Bridgewater

Brothers: H Bridgewater, C Bridgewater, J Bridgewater & A Bridgewater

Parent’s Address: 63 Hyde Road, Southgate, London

Other Info: Born in Hastings

Published: August 1917

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Grosvenor, Arthur William

Grosvenor & Eames

Arthur William Grosvenor

Rank: Gunner

Regiment: ‘D’ Battery, 282nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery

Parents: Mr Arthur & Mrs Jessie Grosvenor

Brother: Thomas A Grosvenor

Sent by: Mrs A Eldred

Address: 4 Woodcote Place, West Norwood, London

Other Info: Killed in action on 7th February 1916 aged 23. According to CWGC, Arthur is remembered at Guard’s Cemetery, Lesboeufs, grave reference IX.5.5.

Published: June 1917

Robertson, Reginald Travers

Reginald Travers Robertson

Reginald Travers Robertson

Rank: Private

Regiment: 1st Canadian Stationary Hospital, Canadian Expeditionary Force

Wife: Mrs Elsa A L Robertson (nee Williams)

Father: William N Robertson of Australia

Mother–in-Law: Mrs E Williams

Address: East Finchley, London

Other Info: Married at the Holy Trinity Church by the Rev T W Cook. The bride was given away by Captain Thompson Walton and the Best Man was Joel Walton.

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Published: April 1917

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