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STOKE CANON 1914 WAR MEMORIAL

 

 

A. CRUMP
9049 Private Albert Crump of the 1st Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment. Son of Walter Crump of Bury, Lancs. Born in Stoke Canon in 1887. Died 28 October 1915 aged 28.
H.R.FEWINGS
72279 Private Herbert Reginald Fewings of the 10th Battalion, the Cheshire Regiment.  Son of William and Catherine Fewings of the Police Station, Stoke Canon. Born in Sampford Peverill in 1899 but lived in Stoke Canon. Died 27 May 1918 aged 19.
R.C.R.HEAL
204192 Private Reginald C. R. Heal of the 7th Battalion, the Somerset Light Infantry. Son of Thomas and Hannah Heal. Born in Stoke Canon in 1899. Died 16 August 1917 aged 18.
W.C.MEAD
273339 Gunner William Charles Mead of 3 Reserve Battalion, the Royal Field Artillery. Son of William Henry Mead of Railway Cottages, Stoke Canon.  Born in Wiveliscombe, Somerset, but live in Minehead. Died 12 October 1918 at home. Buried in Stoke Canon Churchyard.
F.W.LOVEYS
28249 Private Frederick William Loveys of the 3rd Battalion, the Ox and Bucks Light Infantry; trans. as 190160  to the 130th Coy, The Labour Corps. Son of Abraham and Sarah Loveys; husband of Freda Loveys of the Village, Stoke Canon. Born in 1877 in Bristol. Died 19 April 1918 aged 41.
J.F.SMITH
111774 Pioneer John F. Smith of the Royal Engineers. Husband of Miriam Smith of Stoke Canon. Born in Stoke Canon in 1871. Died 13 September 1918 aged 47.
A.STADDON
11892 Private Arthur Staddon of the 2nd Battalion, the Irish Guards. Son of William and Louisa Staddon. Born in Stoke Canon in 1898 but lived in Exeter. Died 13 April 1918 aged 20.

 

 

 
 
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