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DITTISHAM WAR DEAD 1914 - 1918

 

This is the list published by www.devonhonour.org - created after the Great War by Devon County in honour of those who had died.

 

Dittisham 1914 war memorial

 

W.R.CAME
2114 Private William Robert Came of the Australian Imperial Force. Son of Henry and Jane Came. Born in Dartmouth in 1866. (Enlisted in Liverpool, New South Wales. Died 3 August 1916 aged 50.
T.A.CHASE
22387 Private Thomas Arthur Chase of the 6th Battalion, the Dorsteshire Regiment; formerly of the Devonshire Regiment. Son of John and Charlotte Chase. Born in Dartmouth in 1880. Died 9 November 1916 aged 36.
C.J.EALES
285716 Leading Stoker Charley John Eales of the Royal Navy, HMS Indefatigable. Son of Emma Eales of Dittisham; husband of Lilian (née Rowe). Born in Dittisham 5 April 1878. Died 31 May 1916 aged 38
R.W.E.FERRIS
30434 Private Roy Warwick Wlliott Ferris of the 1st Battalion, the  Devonshire Regiment. Son of William and Clara Ferris. Born in Capton near Dartmouth in 1891. Died 27 September 1918 aged 27.
W.W.FERRIS
234126 Pety Officer 1st Class Sydney Watts Ferris of the Royal Navy, HMS Indefatigable. Son of John  and the late Marva Ferris; brother of Percy John Ferris who also served in the navy but survived. Born in Dittisham in 1887. Died in the battle of Jutland 31 May 1916 aged 29.
W.T.HARDING
8422 Private Wilfred Thomas Harding of the 9th Battalion, the East Surrey Regiment. Son of John and Clara Harding of Chipton farm Dartmouth. Birth registered in Kingsbridge 1897 December Quarter. Died 30 June 1916 aged 18.
S.G.PERRING
T/425719 Driver Samuel George Perring of the Royal Army Supply Corps. Son of Henry and Mary Jane Perring of Dittisham. Born in Dittisham in 1882. Died 26 October 1918 aged 47. Buried in Dittisham Churchyard.

 

William Robert Came        

The proud parents of William Came created their own memorial to their son and included his photograph as a reminder to all

                                                         

 

 
 
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