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EXBOURNE WAR MEMORIALS

 

The Commemorations on Exbourne's War Memorial
Exbourne - The War Memorial

©Richard J. Brine

 

1914 - 1918

W. LEWIS
Not yet confirmed.
H. CHAPPLE
44152 Private Harry Darke Chapple of the 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Enlisted in Exbourne. Son of Robert and Susan Chapple. Born in Membury in the June Quarter of 1896. Died 27 March 1918 aged 22.
R. BROCK
75338 Gunner Richard Brock of the Royal Garrison Artillery. Enlisted in Exbourne. Son of Henry and Mary Ann Brock. Born in Sampford Courtenay in 1885. Died 31 March 1917 aged 22.
W. CHARD
20035 Private William Chard of the 2nd Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Enlisted in Exbourne.  Son of Susan and the late William Chard. Step son of Septimus Spear. Born in Plymouth in 1880. Died 23 March 1917 aged 37.
F. MADGE
29925 Private Frederick Madge of the 7th Battalion, the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry; formerly 8/ 1637 , the Territorial Reserve Battalion..  Son of John and Mary Madge of Townsend farm. Born in Exborune in 1899. Died 2 April 1918 aged 19.

 

1939 - 1945

L. H. KETTLE

Lieutenant Lawrence Henry Kettle of the Royal Navy, HM Submarine Tarpon. Son of William and Winifred Kettle of Exbourne. Born in Eastbourne in the September Quarter of 1913. Died between 12 April and 14 April 1940 aged 26.

Submarine “TARPON” on patrol off southern Norway was sunk by German minesweeper “M-6”.

J.A.PYKE
1645953 Gunner John Augustus Pyke, 239 Bty, 77 Heavy Ack Ack Regiment,, the Devonshire Regiment, Royal Artillery. Son of William and Emma Pyke of Exbourne. Born in Exbourne in the December Quarter of 1910. Died 29 November 1943 aged 33.

 

 
 
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