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DAWLISH WAR MEMORIAL 1914 - 1918

 

Dawlish1914 War memorial Col.2

Dawlish 1914 War Memorial  - Column 2

©Richard J. Brine

 

COLUMN TWO NAMES

 

S. CHAPPLE
4550 Private Samuel Alfred Chapple of the 4th (Reserve) Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Mr and Mrs S. Chapple  of Ilfracombe; husband of Florence Emily Chapple of 23 Fore Street, Teignmouth. Born in Ilfracombe in the December Quarter of 1890. Died 8 January 1917 aged 26.
A. CHURCH
Captain A G W Church of the 1st/5th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Maj. C. T. W. Church, (Royal Sussex Regt.), of "Gortlee", Dawlish., Died 20 July 1918 aged 24.
S CORNELIUS
10525 Private Sidney Cornelius of the 8th Battalion the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Samuel Alfred and Harriet Cornelius, of Stafford House, Dawlish. Died 25 September 1915 aged 29.
F. COTTON
10043 Lance Sergeant Frank Charles Cotton of the 8th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment.  Son of Arthur and Susan Cotton, of Dawlish, ; husband of Polly J. Cotton, of 9, Regent's Park, Exeter.Died 25 September 1915.
E. CRIDDEFORD
10811 Private Ernest John  Criddeford of the 8th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Thomas and Anna Criddeford of Queen Lane, Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in 1893. Died in 25 September 1915 aged 22.
C. CROOK
3/6616 Private Clarence Henry Crook of the 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of James and Emma Crook of Manor Row, Dawlish..Born in Dawlish in 1896. Died 17 March 1915 aged 19.
S. CROOK
9636 Lance Corporal Stanley James Crook of the 1st Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Grandson of William and Elizabeth Crook of Badlake Hill, Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in the March Quarter of 1895. Died 24 August 1915 aged 20.
E.CROOK
44386 Private Edmund Charles Crook of the 11th Battalion, the South Wales Borderers. Son of William and Elizabeth Crook, of Dawlish;  husband of Gertrude Ellen Crook, of 10, Exe St., Exeter. Born in Dawlish in the December Quarter of 1883. Died 12 April 1918 aged 33.
L. DALLMAN
54450 Sergeant Leonard Charles Dallman of "A" Battery, 113th brigade, the Royal Field Artillery.Son of Leonard John and Lucy Dallman of 3 Frederick Cottage, Dawlish. Born in the September Quarter of 1896. Died 6 December 1918 aged. 22
F. DART
268222 Private Frank Samuel Dart of the 1st/6th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of John and Mary Dart of Brunswick Place, Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in the December Quarter of 1893. Died 19 December 1917 aged. 24.
A. DAVIES
552746 Rifleman Archibald Frederick  Davies of the 1st/16th Battalion, the London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles) Son of Frederick A and Mary Jane Davies of Marine Parade, Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in the September Quarter of 1881.  Died 2 December 1917 aged 36.
A. DAVIS
443539 Private Albert William Davis of the 29th Battalion, the Canadian infantry (British Colombia Regiment). Son of Joseph and Bessie Davis of Dawlish, England. Born in Dawlish 24 August 1887.  Died 7 December 1917 aged 30. Buried in Dawlish Cemetery.
W. DEW
10728 Private (William) John Dew of the 8th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Husband of Sarah Dew of 11 Chapel Street, Dawlish.   Born in Cardiff in 1885.  Died 25 September 1915 aged 30.
E. DOBLE
57979 Gunner Edward Doble of the Royal Field Artillery. Husband of Maud Doble of 2 Alma Cottages, Dawlish. Born in Withycombe in the June Quarter of 1888. Died 10 July 1916 aged 28..
W. ELLIOTT
27916 Private William Alfred Victor Elliott of the 11th Battalion, the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Son of Alfred and Agnes H. Elliott, of Homeleigh House, Dawlish. Died 3 November 1916 aged 19.
H.GIBSON
f/14744 Air Mechanic 2nd Class Harry Norman J. Gibson, of "F" Squadron, 2nd Wing, HMS President II. Son of Harry Jennings Gibson and Edith Mary Gibson, of 3, San Remo, Dawlish, Born in Dawlish in the December Quarter of 1897. Died 27 May 1917 aged 19.
J. GILPIN
8/38683 Private John Sparkes M. Gilpin of the 52nd Graduation Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of John Sparkes Gilpin and Eliza Jane Gilpin, of 9, Golden Terrace, Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in the June Quarter of 1900. Died 13 July 1918 aged 18. Buried in Dawlish Cemetery.
H HARRIS
8677 Sergeant Henry John Harris of "A" Coy, the 1st Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of John and Loveday Harris, of Shiverstone Cottages, Dawlish Water, Dawlish, Born in Dawlish in the December Quarter of 1892. Died 26 August 1918 aged 27.
J. HILL
10014 Private James Henry Hill of the Royal Army Medical Corps, attached to HM Hospital Ship Salta. Son of Henry John and Bessie Hill, of Stuart House, Strand, Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in the September Quarter of 1893. Died 10 April 1917 aged 26.
P. HOCKADAY
155361 2nd Corporal Percy John Hockaday of "K" Telegraph Coy. the Royal Engineers. Born in Dawlish in the June Quarter of 1884. Died 31 August 1917 aged  33.
W. HOLLOWAY
2nd Lieutenant William Robert Holloway  of the 69th Company, the Machine Gun Corps. Son of William George and Lucy Holloway; husband of Elsie Elizabeth Baker (formerly Holloway), of 7, King St., Dawlish,  Born in Sculcoates, Yorkshire in the December Quarter of 1890. Died 20 September 1917 aged 27
P. HOLMAN
1625 Private Paul Holman of the 1st Battalion, the Honourable Artillery Company.   Son of Herbert and Sophia Hawkes Holman, of 4, Whitehall Court, London, S.W. Born in Wandsworth in the March Quarter of 1893. Died 15 February 1915 aged 22.           
R. HONOUR MM
18320 Lance Corporal Reginald Alexander Honour MM of the 1st Battalion, the Coldstream Guards. Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Honour, of Holcombe; husband of May Honour, of Holcombe, Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in the September Quarter of 1894.  Died 17 October 1918 aged 24. Awarded the Military Medal.
W. HORWILL
A/202644 Rifleman William Henry Horwill of the 12th Battalion, the King's Royal Rifle Corps. Died 21 March 1918.
A. HOOPER
10723 Private Albert John Hooper of the 8th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of William and Mary Hooper, of 41 High St., Dawlish. Born in Dawlish in 1879. Died 25 September 1915 aged 37.
W. JACKSON
Lieutenant Wilfred George Jackson of the 1st Battalion, the Buffs (East Kent Regiment) Died 27 April 1915. 
K. KEMP
2nd Lieutenant Kenneth Reginald Flint Kemp of the Army Service Corps. Son of Reginald Kemp, J.P., and Bertha Kemp, of 18, Woodstock Rd., Bedford Park, London. Born in Chiswick in 1896. Died 18 October 1918 aged 23 Buried in Dawlish Cemetery. 
S. KERSWELL
3008 Private Sidney  Harold  Kerswell of the 3rd Battalion, the London regiment (the Royal Fusiliers). Son of Fanny Kerswell of 20 Hatcher Street,, Dawlish and the late James Kerswell; brother of James (See below) . Born in  Dawlish in 1894. Died 14 October 1915 aged 38. 
J. KERSWELL
182777 Sapper James Edwin (Edwin) Kerswell of the Yeomanry Mounted Division, Signal Squadron, the Royal Engineers. Born  in Ballycastle,, Co. Mayo in 1879. Died 25 October 1918 aged.  39.
C. KING
2nd Lieutenant Charles Frederick King of the Devonshire Regiment, attached to the 1st/9th Battalion, the King's (Liverpool Regiment Son of James Frederick and Frances M. King, of 3, Longlands, Dawlish Born Died 20 September 1917 aged 34. Formerly Asst. Paymaster in the Royal Navy Alsdo served in 13th Bn. Gloucestershire Regt. and Coldstream Guards
F. KINGDON
286416 Sapper Frederick Robert Kingdon of "G" Depot Coy, the Royal Engineers. Son of William and Mary Ann Kingdon, of 51, Manor Row, Dawlish.. Born in Dawlish in the June Quarter of 1890. Died 18 March 1919 aged 29.

 

 

 

 
 
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