Good selection of First World War Memorial Plaques – individually priced.
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List of Casualties as follows –
BREALEY, Francis Leonard Frank who died of wounds as a Prisoner of War 27th July 1917 aged 19 years. 61038 Private F. L. Brealey 2nd Battalion, Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment). Son of Mr and Mrs W Brealey of 13 Old Road, Brampton, Chesterfield. He is Remembered with Honour at Tournai Communal Cemetery Allied Extension. He is also Commemorated on the Memorial at St Thomas The Apostles Church, Brampton, Derbyshire. £135.00.
EGLEN, Herbert William who died 23rd October 1916. 50876 Serjeant Herbert William Eglen B Company, 1st Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. A very poignant Memorial Plaque with a unique story. He has a memorial headstone at Grantham Cemetery, Lincolnshire with an inscription which describes his death. “Gratitude To Sgt. H.W. Eglen Of East Dereham. As A Proof Of His Devotion To Duty And Humility, Paid The Highest Price. At Vendicies Au Bois, Oct 23rd 1918, Aged 25 Years. Wounded With One Of His Men R. W. Lupton, He Remained With Him And Was Bandaging Him When A Shell Exploded Near By And Our Dear Comrades Were No More. “Greater Love Hath No Man Than This. In As Much As Ye Have Done It.” Son of John and Elizabeth Eglen, of East Dereham, Norfolk; husband of Gladys M. Beales (formerly Eglen), of Church St., Kenninghall, Attleborough, Norfolk. He is Remembered with Honour with Private Lupton at Romeries Communal Cemetery Extension, France. £145.00
BATE, Basil E who died 27th November 1916 aged 19 years. 27362 Private Basil Edward Bate, “A” Company, 8th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Son of Annie Gertrude Bate, of 101, Cotham Brow, Bristol, and the late Arthur Henry Bate. He is Remembered with Honour at ETRETAT CHURCHYARD, France. £120.00
BRAY, Arthur Henry who died 18th August 1916. 22826 Private Arthur Henry Bray 7th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Son of John Bray and Mary Ann Crisp, born 1896, of Brixworth, Northamptonshire. He is Remembered with Honour at Thiepval Memorial. £115.00
BENN, Charlie who died 16th August 1917 aged 33 years. 200627 Serjeant Charlie Benn, 1st/4th Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Son of Charles and Mary Benn, of Virginia Water, Surrey. He is one of 13 casualties of the Berkshire Regiment that died on the same day and lies in the same cemetery as his fellow fallen Regimental comrades. He was Captain of Staines and Egham Swimming Club. Charlie Benn is Commemorated on memorials at both St John the Baptist Church, Egham and Christ Church Virginia Water. He is Remembered with Honour at New Irish Farm Cemetery, Belgium. £120.00
DUDLEY, George Woodward who died 23rd July 1918 aged 43 years. 554283 Sapper George Woodward Dudley of 517th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Son of Thomas Woodward Dudley and Eliza Dudley, of 14, St. Stephens Rd., East Ham, London. He is Remembered with Honour at CONTAY BRITISH CEMETERY, CONTAY. £120.00
BAGGS, Edward Ernest who died 13th April 1917 aged 27 years. 202124 Private Edward Ernest Baggs of 1st 7th Worcesterhire Regiment.
Brother of S. F. Baggs,of 2, Cholmeley Place, Reading, Berkshire. He is Remembered with Honour at the Thiepval Memorial. £115.00.
BENGAFIELD, Frederick Arthur, who died 28th October 1918. S4/042273 Private Frederick Arthur Benjafield, 51st Field Bakery, Army Service Corps. Native of Colliton Street, Dorchester, he died by accidental drowning in Egypt He is Remembered with Honour at Alexandria (Chatby) Military Memorial Cemetery, Egypt. £115.00
ELLIS, George William, who died 14th April 1916 aged 27 years. 15152 Private George William Ellis of 9th Bn, Essex Regiment. Son of William Thomas and Alice Mary Ellis, of 36, Havannah St., Millwall, Poplar, London. Remembered with Honour Vermelles British Cemetery.
BIRCH, Frederick William – 3 possibles – £115.00
- Major, 4th Bn South Wales Borderers, died 17th April 1916, Basra Memorial
- 12010 Lce Corporal, 2nd Bn, Hampshire Regt, Pink Farm Cemetery, Turkey.
- 74583 Private. 7th Bn. Royal Fusiliers, Vis-en-Artois.
ELLISON, Thomas – multiple possibilities (including an NZ casualty) £115.00
BOYLE, Louis – 2 possibilities – £115.00
- 144825 Private, 24th Canadian Infantry, 17th Sept 1916, Vimy Memorial
- 8932 Private, 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, 25th November 1918, Ramleh Cemetery
BLACKSHAW, Joseph – 3 possibilities £115.00
- R/10137 Rifleman, 7th Bn King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 21st July 1915, Bedford House Cemetery
- 22357 Gunner, 17th By, 41st Bde, RFA, Menin Gate
- 15900 Private, 1st Bn, Royal Scots, 25th Sept 1915, Menin Gate
BIRCHENOUGH, Harry – 2 possibilties £115.00
- 40079 Private, 6th Bn, South Wales Borderers, 1st November 1918, Pont-de-Neppe Cemetery
- 32863 Private, 1st Bn, Manchester Regt. Ramleh War Cemetery
DOWNS, George – 3 possibilities £115.00
- 27183 Pte, 6th Bn, Northants Regt, Contay Cemetery, Fr.
- 9158 Pte, B Coy, 7th Bn Lincs R. Maple Cross Cemetery
- 11/7115 Pte, 11th Bn, East Yorks Regt, Ploegsteert Memorial.