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GALMPTON 1914 - 1918 WAR MEMORIAL

 

The 1914 War memorial in Galmpton Church

The 1914 - 1918 Memorial in Galmpton Church

© Richard J. Brine

 

T.ARGEAT
148757 Petty Officer Stoker Thomas Argeat of the Royal Navy, HMS Vivid. Son of late John and Mary Ann Argeat of Hope Cove. Born in Galmpton in the June Quarter of 1870. Died 1 August 1918 aged 48. Buried in Galmpton Cemetery.
J.BURNS
158107 Leading Stoker James Richard Burns of the Royal Navy, HMS Perthshire.  Son of James and Elizabeth Burns of the Coast Guard Station, Hope Cove. Born in Thiurlestone in the September Quarter of 1872. Died  of illness 6 January 1918 aged 46.
G.H.CREBER
1345 Private George Henry Creber of the 1st/5th Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of William and Rosa Creber. Born in Galmpton in 1885. Died 6 August 1916 aged 26 while a Turkish PoW.
G.A.CREBER
J 17628 Able Seaman Gilbert Arthur Creber of the Royal Navy HMS Defence. Son of William and Rosa Creber. Born in West Allington 26 February 1897. Died 31 May 1916 aged 19 at the Battle of Jutland.
E.G.GLASS
743 Private Ernest Graham Glass of the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Hussars. Son of Ernest and Emma Glass. Born in Lewisham in 1892. Died 27 December 1915 aged 23.
S.HURRELL
11619 Private Stephen Hurrell of the 1st Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment. Son of Thomas and Sarah Hurrell. Born in Hope Cove in the June Quarter of 1887. Died 21 April 1915 aged 28.
C.JAMES
124257 Petty Officer Charles James  of HM Coastguard, Hope Cove,  serving on HMS Impregnable. Son of Charles and Hannah James. Born in Blandford, Dorset 26 October 1867. Died 30 November 1915 aged 48. Buried in Galmpton Cemetery.
J.H.JARVIS
Leading Seaman John Henry Jarvis of the Royal Navy, HMS Indefatigable. Son of Henry and Louisa Jarvis of Galmpton.  Born in South Huish in the September Quarter of 1876 . Died 31 May 1916 aged 39 at the Battle of Jutland.
A.F.KELLAND
K42107 Stoker 2nd Class Arthur Fitzwalter Kelland of the Royal Navy, HMS Vivid. Son of the late James Kelland; husband of Lavinia Kelland of Galmpton. Born in Galmpton in the June Quarter of 1895. Died 20 April 1917 aged 21 of pneumonia after only 3 weeks in the Navy. Buried in Galmpton Cemetery.
C.T.MORSE
5045 Rifleman Cecil Robert Tolcher Morse of the 9th Battalion, the London Regiment.  Son of Frederick and Henrietta Morse. Born in Rickmansworth 3 January 1897. Died 1 March 1917 aged 20.
W.B.PETERS
149351 Petty Officer 1st Class William Benjamin Peters of the Royal Navy, HMS Vanguard. Husband of Elizabeth Peters of Keyham Devonport. Born in Stoke Damerel in the September Quarter of 1874. Died 9 July 1917 aged 43 when his ship blew up.
G.F.RUNDLE
33981 Private3 George Francis Rundle of the 2nd/5th Battalion, the Norfolk Regiment. Husband of Minnie Elizabeth Rundle. Born in Charleton in the March Quarter of 1884. Died 17 April 1919 aged 35 and is buried in the churchyard at nearby Malborough.
W.H.RUNDLE
M17942 Armourer's Crew William Henry Rundle of the Royal Navy, HMS Impregnable. Son of Sarah and the late John Rundle. Born in Galmpton in the September Quarter of 1897. Died of pneumonia  in Plymouth Naval Hospital 29 June 1918 aged 20. Buried in Galmpton Cemetery.
J.SPILLER
139366 Leading Boatman James Spiller of Hope Cove Coastguard, serving on HMS Monmouth. Husband of Edith Spiller of the Coast Guard Station, Hope Cove. Born in Sidbury, Devon  in 1871. Died 1 November 1914 at the Battle of Coronel aged 43.
H.TORR
R 707 Able Seaman Harold Torr of the Hood Battalion, the RNVR. Son of John Torr of Hope Cove. Born in Galmpton in the June Quarter of 1894. Died 27 October 1917 aged 23.
L.B.S.TRISTRAM

Captain Lancelot Barrington Tristram of the Leicestershire Regiment. Son of Samuel and Blanche Tristram of Sussex. Born in London in the June Quarter of 1882. Died 31 October 1914 aged 32. Graduate of Balliol College.

His 3rd initial should be "C", the name being Crofts

A.VILE
121438 Sapper Alfred William Vile of the Royal Engineers. Son of the late William and Emma Vile. Born in Bromley, Kent in 1879 but lived in Hope. Died of wounds at home 5 April 1917 aged 39. Buried in Galmpton Cemetery.

 

 
 
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