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HIGH BRAY MEN WHO DIED IN WORLD WAR 1

 

F.J.HOBBS
G/1853 Private Frederick James Hobbs of the 7th Battalion, the Royal West Surrey Regiment. Son of Henry and Grace Hobbs. Born in South Molton in 1886. Died 21 March 1918 aged 32.
M.J.H.LEGG
19326 Trooper Maurice Joseph Hyde Legg formerly of the Royal North Devon Hussars, transferred to the 5th Battalion, the Dorsetshire Regiment.  Son of John and Louisa Legg; brother of Thomas (see below). Born in Weymouth in the September Quarter of 1896. Died 16 August 1917 aged 21.
T.J.G.LEGG

(Omitted from the stone memorial in the churchyard.)

 

316120 Private Thomas John Gladstone Legg transferred from the 1st Battalion, the Devonshire Regiment as 453925, the Labour Corps. Son of John and Louisa Legg; brother of Maurice (see above). Born in Dunster, Somerset  in 1899. Died 2 November 1918 aged 19. Buried in All Saints Churchyard, High Bray.

F.J.MARTIN
2086 Trooper Frederick James Martin of the Berkshire Yeomanry. Son of Thomas and Mary Martin of High Bray. Born in High Bray in 1891. Died 21 August 1915 aged 24. at Gallipoli.
W.NORMAN
91731 Staff Sergeant William Norman of the 8th Battalion, the Tank Corps. Husband of Mrs Elizabeth Bray of the Post Office, Brayford. Born in Charles in 1886. Died 5 July 1918 aged 38.

 

 
 
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