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PANEL 1 - COLUMN 2

 

ALFRED T. CHASE

No positive identification.

He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

 

CHARLES CHASE

 Private 10797 Charles Chase, 8th (Service) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He died of wounds on the 25th September 1916 aged 24, and is buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord), France.  Son of C. Chase of Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and lived at Dartmouth; and enlisted at Exeter.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

FRANK E. CHADDER

 Private 73115 Frank Edwin Chadder, 51st Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He died on the 13th November 1919 aged 19, and is buried at Marcinelle New Communal Cemetery, Belgium.  Son of William J. P. and Robina Chadder of The Bower, Warfleet, Dartmouth.  He is not listed in Soldiers Died in the Great War.

WILLIAM R. CHORLEY

 Painter 1st Class 155690 William Richard Chorley, HMS Goliath, Royal Navy.  He died on the 13th May 1915 aged 53, and is commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial.  Son of James Fear Chorley and Louisa Chorley of Dartmouth; husband of Bessie Chorley of 76 Royal Navy Avenue, Keyham, Devonport.

 

BERTIE J. COLES

 Private 28761 Bertie James Coles, 8th (Service) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the 16th June 1917 aged 20, and is buried at Ecoust Military Cemetery, Ecoust-St-Mein, France.  Son of William and Emma Jane Coles of 14 St. George's Square, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and lived at Dartmouth; and enlisted at Exeter.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

FREDERICK G. COLES

Lance Corporal 5559 Frederick George Coles, 1/8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment.  He died of wounds on the 13th December 1916 and is buried at Netley Military Cemetery, Hampshire.  Son of William John and Emma Jane Coles of 30 Lower Street, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and enlisted at Dartmouth.  He is also listed incorrectly on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque as H. G. Coles. 

JOHN A. D. COOPER

No positive identification.

He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque as J. A. Cooper.

SAMUEL COURTMAN

 Private 20666 Samuel Courtman, 9th (Service) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the 2nd April 1917, and is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, France.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and lived at Dartmouth; and enlisted at Newton Abbot, Devon.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

ALFRED CRIDDLE

Private 2109 Alfred Criddle, 26th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps.  He died of wounds on the 2nd November 1916 aged 21, and is buried at Grove Town Cemetery, Meaulte, France.  Son of Henry James Criddle of Lake Street, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born at Dartmouth; and enlisted at Exeter.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

CHARLES L. CROCKER

 Sapper 164794 Charles Lewis Crocker, 59th Field Company, Royal Engineers.  Originally served as Private 1811, Devonshire Regiment.  He died of wounds on the 29th May 1918, and is buried at Aire Communal Cemetery, France.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born at Torquay; lived at Dartmouth; and enlisted at Hastings, Sussex.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

CLIFFORD CURNOW

 Engineer Motor Launch 10406 Clifford Curnow, British Red Cross Society.  He died on the 21st April 1918 aged 32, and is buried in Calcutta (Lower Circular Road) Cemetery and commemorated on the Madras 1914-18 War Memorial, Chennai, India.  Son of the late Michael and Marina Curnow of Dartmouth.  He had previously received a Mention in Despatches.

 HENRY D. DIXON-WRIGHT

Chaplain Henry Dixon Dixon-Wright, HMS Barham, Royal Navy.  He died on the 1st June 1916 aged 46, and is buried at Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery, Scotland.  Son of Henry Wright of Wallington, Surrey; husband of A. Louisa Dixon-Wright of 24 Stanley Street, Southsea, Portsmouth.  He was awarded the Member of the Royal Victorian Order.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

WILLIAM H. DODD

No positive identification.

He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

 REGINALD DRAKE

No positive identification.

He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque.

ROBERT DYER

 Serjeant 205167 William Robert Dyer, 1st Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry.  Originally served as Private 1417, Devonshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the 1st November 1818 aged 27, and is buried at Preseau Communal Cemetery Extension, France.  Son of Mr and Mrs Dyer, of Dart View, Sandquay, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and enlisted at Dartmouth.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque as W. R. Dyer.

HENRY EVANS

There is no one of this name listed in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission register or Soldiers Died in the Great War.  However, the National Archives records a Seaman M18759 James Henry Evans, Royal Navy; born at Dartmouth in 1896.

HARRY EVANS

 Private 10876 Harry Evans, 8th (Service) Battalion, Devonshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the first day of the Battle of Loos, the 25th September 1915, aged 18, and is commemorated on the Loos Memorial, France.  Son of Mrs E. A. Evans of Warfleet Cottage, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and lived at Dartmouth; and enlisted at Exeter.

WILLIAM  EVANS

Private 22168 William John Evans, 6th (Service) Battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment.  He was killed in action on the 25th April 1917 aged 24, and is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, France.  Son of Stephen Martin Evans and Sarah Maria Evans of 4 St. Saviour's Place, Dartmouth.  Soldiers Died in the Great War records that he was born and lived at Dartmouth, and enlisted at Exeter.  He is also listed on the Dartmouth St Saviour's Church Plaque as W. J. Evans.

 

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