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In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born Bedford, resident with his widowed mother, Charlotte, at 5, Foster Street, Bedford. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. See also Bedford St Peters(1894-1903), Lieutenant, 101st Indian Grenadiers, Indian Army. Attested in Vancouver, aged 44 years 6 months (probably lied about his age - see census details), height 5 feet 7½ inches, chest 37 inches, dark complexion, grey eyes, brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. Killed in action Saturday 1 July 1916 in France & Flanders. In the 1901 census he was aged 24, born Reigate, Surrey, an Insurance Clerk, livign with his widowed mother, Eleanor, in Copland Road, Wembley, Hendon, Middlesex. Grave 2.(1908-13), Rifleman 555592, 16th (County of London) Battalion (Queen's Westminster Rifles), London Regiment posted to 2nd Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps. Son of John and Mary A Hart, of 77, Howbury St., Bedford. He joined in April 1917, and underwent a short period of training prior to his being drafted to France, where he saw much heavy fighting at Arras, Ypres, Loos, Beaumont-Hamel and Cambrai. Graduated Central Flying School, Uoparon 13 September 1913. was awarded " for services in connection with operations in the field."(1897-1900), Captain, "A" Company, 8th Battalion, Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry). In the 1911 census he was aged 22, born Oxford, a Fruitgrower Foreman, boarding at Backside,s Whitford, Axminster, Devon. See also Bath For conspicuous gallantry and determination on "Hill 70" on 25th and 26th September, 1915, when with a Serjeant and about six men he held on to his position until practically everyone else in the vicinity had retired. Killed in action Wednesday 21 April 1915 in France & Flanders. For some hours the enemy made repeated attempts to drive our men out by heavy artillery and machine-gune (sic) fire, bombing and infantry attacks, which were all repulsed. He fell into the arms of a Sergeant of the Bedfords and never spoke again. If I am hit, go on I ' It was his initiative and courageous behaviour that has enabled us to hold on to the position. In the 1891 census he was aged 14, born bedford, a scholar, resident with his parents, Thomas and Elizabeth Legge, in Harpur Street, Bedford. In the 1901 census he was aged 20, a Medical Student (Cambridge), resident with his parents, John E and Emmeline E Linnell, at The Vicarage, Main Street, Pavenham, Bedford. Captain Robert Linnell’s father who was the Vicar at the time at Pavenham who took the service and both men are actually buried at Pavenham. His Service record is in the National Achives - WO 339 - Officers' Services, First World War, Regular Army And Emergency Reserve Officers - cannot locate him as a fallen soldier. Although wounded he worked continuously, showing great courage and determination." [London Gazette 18 June 1917] In the 1911 census he is aged 28, born Cambridge, an Architect, unmarried, visiting at Millfields House, South Weald, Essex. In the 1901 census he was aged 2, born Bedford, resident with his parents, Thomas and Emma Shelton, at 46, Tavistock Street, Bedford. Grave 9.(1895-01), Lieutenant, HMS Viking, Royal Navy. In the 1891 census he was aged 14, born India, boarder, schoolboy, at Bedford County School, Kemspton, Bedford. Born 20 July 1882 in the Kensington Registration District, London, baptised 6 August 1882 at Kensington St Barnabas, Kensington and Chelsea, London. Buried in BUS HOUSE CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Killed in action Sunday , in Pas de Calais, France. Born 21 February 1888 at Mount Pleasant, Redditch, Worcestershire, and baptised at St. Son of Sarah Webb, of 1, Chobham Rd., Ottershaw, Chertsey, Surrey, and the late William Webb. In the 1891 census he was aged 3, born Mount Pleasant, Redditch, Worcestershire, resident with his widowed mother, at Headley, Ipsley, Warwickshire. Husband of Nellie Maud Massy Wheeler, of 5, Gwydyr Mansions, Hove, Sussex, married 27 March 1900 at St Thomas, St Marylebone, Westminster, Middlesex. On the 12th April, 1915, Major Wheeler asked permission to take out his Squadron and attempt to capture a flag, which was the centre point of a group of the enemy who were firing on one of our picquets. Buried in VIEILLE-CHAPELLE NEW MILITARY CEMETERY, LACOUTURE, Pas de Calais, France. In 1896 the family were resident in Kings Langley, Hertfordshire. See also Tring War Memorial(1905-16), Second Lieutenant, X/58 Trench Mortar Battery, Royal Field Artillery. In the 1911 census he was aged 12, a boarder at school, born Tring, resident 1 Waldeck Avenue, Bedford.
He married at Johannesburg 2-6-1893, Ella Mabel ( Chicheley Hall, Newport Pagnell, Bucks & Bedford Farm, near Johannesburg, Transvaal), dau of the late Charles William Waylen, I. In the 1911 census he was aged 18, a Clerk at the Stock Exchnage, unmarried, resident with his parents at Swan Hotel, Woburn Sands. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. See also Woburn HAMMOND Lionel Gooderham of the Bedford Arms Hotel Woburn Bedfordshire died 3o October 1917 in Belgium Administration (with Will) London 8 August to Amelia Hammond (wife of Robert Thomas Hammond). 2d.(1904-08), Lance Corporal 4528, 1st/14th (County of London) Battalion (London Scottish), London Regiment. In the 1881 census he was aged 4, born Redhill, Surrey, visiting a friend with his widowed mother, Eleanor, in Chart Road, Reigate, Surrey. Passed out from Royal Military College 1910, became Lieutenant 1911. Major Lees organised and led a night assault with rather more than 100 of his men, afterwards reinforced to 150, drove the Germans out, found he was the senior officer left alive on the hill, and proceeded to conduct the defence. He left his trench and crossed under a heavy fire to the trenches held by the Bedfordshire Regiment, which the Germans were assaulting, and he was shot through the head and heart while giving orders to hold on, only ten yards from the enemy. The last words I heard him speak as he led his company off into the trenches were: Now, remember, if anyone is wounded, the others must carry-on—not stop with him. In the 1891 census he was aged 10, a scholar, resident with his parents, John E and Emmeline E Linnell, in Main Street, Pavenham, Bedford. On 18 January 1914, aged 22, he married Eva Ida Andrews at Thurleigh. Commemorated on YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. See also Thurleigh(1890-98), Lieutenant, Royal Sussex Regiment .. He maintained communication by despatch riders when his signalling equipment had been destroyed by shell fire. Buried in LA NEUVILLE BRITISH CEMETERY, CORBIE, Somme, France. Son of William George Sedgwick, of Byfield, a draper, by his second wife Jane, daughter of William Thompson, of Eydon ; and brother to Captain A. When admitted to BMS he was resident 68 Harpur Street, Bedford. Husband of May Josephine Warden (nee Hood), married in Kingston Registration District 1907. Webb, of 6, Blenheim Park Rd., South Croydon, and the late George Parker Webb. Served with Royal Naval Reserve, on 6 March 1901 became Midshipman, 31 January 1908 became Acting Sub Lieutenant, resigned 15 July 1910. (1896-1903), Second Lieutenant, 6th (City of London) Battalion (Rifles), London Regiment. Awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross for his valour in Mesopotamia in 1915'For most conspicuous bravery at Shaiba, Mesopotamia. Bedford Modern School; was an Insurance Clerk; joined the Artists' Rifles in 1910 ; was called up on mobilization 4 Aug. Son of Eleanor Wynne Windsor, of 28, Windsor Rd., Palmers Green, London, and the late Herbert Bolten Windsor; older brother of Leslie St. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, born High Barnet, Hertfordshire, resident with his widowed mother at 212, Foster Hill Road, Bedford. Grave 5.(1905-14), Captain, 8th Battalion, East Yorkshire Regiment. Son of George Thomas Young and Eleanor Young, of 8, High Street, Tring, Herts; elder brother of Marcus (below). In the 1901 census he was aged 4, born Tring, resident with his parents at 8, High Street, Tring, Hertfordshire.
On arrival he was appointed to General Mc Kenzies Force with the rank of Colonel and was despatched to German South West Africa as Assistant Q. Proceeding to Luderitz Bay in advance of the main force he was engaged in the organisation of the base camp, and subsequently had charge of the restoration of the railway and of providing the water supply to the force, an operation of primary importance in that country. O'Neill (wounded) on Monday 23 July 1917, in Belgium. Buried in PERNES BRITISH CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. Killed in action Tuesday 30 October 1917, at Ypres. Born 17 February 1893 in Stevington, resident Wembley Hill, enlisted Shoreditch. Died Tuesday 3 April 1917, in Pas de Calais, France. Born 7 August 1876, baptised 3 September 1876 in Redhill, Surrey. He was fond of tennis, rowing, and music, and studied naval and military history. George's Rifles in March, 1889, becoming Lieutenant in September, 1900; Captain in March, 1905 ; and Major in August, 1913; and passed the Army examinations for Field rank. By subscriptions of admirers the world over, to the memory of a great and gallant soldier and sportsman, Lieutenant-Colonel E R Hobbs.' His name is also commemorated in the annual Mobbs Memorial Match between the East Midlands and the Barbarians.[Many variations of all names transcribed in archive documents] (1913-14), Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached to 1st Battalion, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment). Edward Hooper died of pneumonia in Shoeburyness Military Hospital, Essex. Buried in VOORMEZEELE ENCLOSURE NO.3, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Son of Arthur and Annie Saunders, of 10, Regent's Park Rd., Gloucester Gate, London. In the 1911 census he was aged 17, born Islington, London, a Clerk, resident with his parents at 10 Regent's Park Road, St Pancras, London. SAUNDERS Reginald Arthur of 10 Regents Park-road Middlesex captain attached Royal Flying Corps died 14 March 1916 in France on active service Administration London 28 June to Arthur Saunders assistant town clerk. 4d.(1902-06), Captain, 5th Battalion (London Rifle Brigade) The London Regiment (Territorial Force). He had a most charming personality and was universally popular with everyone." A brother officer also wrote : " After dark the night he was wounded, I was in my trench when I heard his familiar voice call my name, and I found him lying on a stretcher.• He knew that he would not live, but his thoughts were not for himself at all, but only for the regiment and for those of us still left unharmed." He was a first-class cricketer and tennis player, being captain of the first tennis team at Messrs. in the summer of 1914, when they broke the record for that distance, formerly held by the London Scottish ; (1907-1909), Private 15584, 7th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Bedford Modern School, and Alderman Newton's, Leicester, where he passed the Senior Oxford Examination, and was one of the head boys, being captain of the cricket XI. In the 1911 census he was aged 13, born Bedford, at school, resident with his parents at 136 Howbury Street, Bedford. When he was lying wounded on a stretcher in a communication trench for several hours during the fighting he constantly spoke cheerfully to the supports and reserves who had to pass him on their way to the fire trench. to date from 14th August, 1914, but continued to serve with his original regiment until his death. He advanced, attacked the enemy's infantry with the lance, and then retired while the enemy swarmed out of hidden ground, and formed an excellent target for the Royal Artillery guns. 1915; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders, and was killed in action at Ypres 10 June, 1915, while taking over charge of a machine gun.
He had been knighted in 1902 and on 2-2-1911 was created a Baronet for his services on this occasion. When the European war broke out he was in England on a visit and was about to join General Sir Hubert Hamiltons staff with the army in Belgium, but the day before he was to have left he was ordered by the authorities to South Africa. In the 1911 census he was aged 25, born Brampton, Derbyshire, a Solicitor, resident with his parents at 166 Old Hall Road, Chesterfield, Derbyshire. Grave 17.(1905-08), Private 764320, 1st/28th Battalion (Artists' Rifles), London Regiment. See also Bedford St Marys(1899-1902), Captain, 3rd Battalion attached 13th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. He was head of the school, and proceeded to Clare College, Cambridge, where he was eighth Senior Optime, and took the degree of M. He then entered the Civil Service, and on mobilisation he was Assistant Secretary, Civil Service Commission, Burlington Gardens, London. Today there stands a memorial to him in Northampton bearing the words '... On the 31st January 1920 the Wyggeston Grammar School for Boys in Leicester published a Roll of Honour in which Edward is shown to have been a pupil at the school between the years 18. In the 1901 census he was aged 10, born London, resident with his parents at 13, St Michaels Road, Bedford. Killed in action Tuesday 14 March 1916, in Belgium. Born 19 March 1894 in LOndon, baptised 17 Juned 1894 at Tufnell Park St George, Islington. In the 1901 census he was aged 7, born Islington, Middlesex, resident with his parents at 4, Huddleston Road, Islington, London. I have to mourn the loss of a very gallant friend," and his Major : " We all miss him terribly ; he was a most gallant and excellent officer, and I always knew that any duty or order entrusted to him would be carried out. Paul's Churchyard, for about a year, then obtained a berth in the Northampton branch of Messrs. I think a lot of 16 Platoon got cut off by the Germans, and I expect taken prisoners. He was such a good fellow in every way." In the 1901 census he was aged 3, resident with his parents at 136, Howbury Street, Bedford. He was never known to grumble at hardships or pain. Grave 22."On 12 April 1915 at Shaiba, Mesopotamia, Major Wheeler took out his squadron in an attempt to capture a flag which was the centre-point of a group of the enemy who were firing on one of our picquets.
They are commemorated on the School’s War Memorial, which was unveiled in 1923 in the Memorial Hall of the School’s Harpur Street building, and in the Roll of Honour, published in The Eagle, December 1923. Pier and Face 8 C 9 A and 16 A.(1908-12), Private 45153, 99th Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). In the 1911 census he was aged 15, at school, born Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire, resident with his parents at Mount Pleasant, Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire. See also Aspley Guise.(1914-15), Civilian from the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Son of John Robie Bowick and Isabel Maud Bowick, of 178, Foster Hill Rd., Bedford. Killed in action Monday 10 September 1917, at Ypres. The 101st Grenadiers, making a fine effort to fill a gap in the firing line due to the difficulty of advancing in line through the dense bush came under exceedingly heavy cross fire of rifles and machine guns, and were unable to advance, but tenaciously held their own. Captain Hatt, who was 27 years of age, was educated at the Dean Close Memorial School, Cheltenham, and decided to adopt horticulture as his profession. In February last year he was given a commission as temporary second-lieutenant in the Service Battalion of the Somerset L. He obtained his second star before the regiment went aboard and was Lieutenant in charge of a platoon during the British Advance last September. Son of George and Rosamond May Hawkes (nee Brooks). Born 15 January 1878 in Bedford, baptised 17 February 1878 in St. In the 1901 census he was aged 23, born Bedford, a Draper's Assistant, resident High Street, New Windsor, Berkshire. In the 1911 census he as aged 15, born Bedford, at school, resident with his parents at 50, Hurst Grove, Bedford. Killed in action Tuesday 13 October 1914, Pas de Calais. In the 1901 census he was aged 9, born bedford, resident with his parents at 83, St Johns Street, Bedford. Commemorated on LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France.(1891-94), Sergeant TF/291027, 1st/7th Battalion, Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment. Resident Shepherd's Bush, Middlesex, resident Ravenscourt Park, Middlesex. and Caroline Steele; husband of Lucy Emily Steele, of "Raewood," Baring Rd., Lee, London, married at Staines 16 April 1915, one son, Robert, born 21 July 1917. Seaforth Highlanders 20 March, 1915; promoted Temp. Buried in the British Military Cemetery, Maroeuil, near Arras. Wherever there was a dangerous situation be faced, he was there setting a fine example to his men. In the 1911 census he was aged 39 [note age difference at death], born Stoehill, Suffolk, Captain in the Army (Regulars), married to Marguerite Fanny Stoddart, resident 44 Coleshill Terrace, Llanelly (sic), South Wales. Was originally a Sub Lieutenant in the Royal Naval Reserve 27 March 1903, then Lieutenant 8 April 1909. TAYLOR Lancelot Frederick of Ivyholm Buckingham-road South Woodford Essex lieutenant R. Killed in action Wednesday [SDGW states 10th] 11th April 1917. In the 1911 census he was aged 22, born Bedford, resident with his parents at 80, High Street, Bedford. Paul's(1903-5), Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion attached to 1st Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. In the 1911 census he was aged 16, born Bedford, a Butcher, resident with his parents at 54, Castle Road, Bedford. Grave 3.(1911-14), Second Lieutenant, 27th Reserve Squadron, Royal Flying Corps and General List (on probation). Killed in action Friday 9 August 1918, in Pas de Calais, France. Born 3 September 1883 and baptised 8 March 1884 at Albourne, Sussex Son of Robert Godlonton and Frances Amelia White, of 44, Castle Road, Bedford. Son of Hazer and Caroline Whiteman, of 1, Westmill Villas, Stotfold, Baldock, Herts. Bay 7.(1898-1907), Sergeant 13583, 5th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. Died Saturday 8 March 1919, in Harrold, Bedfordshire. Born 9 September 1898, baptised at Grendon, Northamptonshire. In the 1911 census he was aged 19, born Podington, a carpenter and joiner, resident with his parents at School House, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire. An engineer, he went to South Africa in 1879 and lived in the Transvaal. D., by his wife Helen, (The Crescent Lodge, Bedford), sister of Sir Frederick Howard and dau of John Howard. Buried in AUBERCHICOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, Nord, France. He was quiet and unassuming, but a lad of great strength of character. He was killed in action during the attack on Aubers Ridge, near Fromelles, 9 May, 1915 ; and was buried in "Cameron Lane," off the La Bassée Road, near Neuve Chapelle ; (1903-07), Second Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action in the Battle of Passchendale on Tuesday, 31 July 1917 charging an enemy machine-gun post. Born 29 June 1882, baptised 28 July 1882 in Northampton. In the 1911 census he was unmarried, aged 29, born Northampton, a Manager of a Motor Garage, resident with his widowed father in Dartmouth Road, Olney, Buckinghamshire. At school he was regarded as the greatest sportsman BMS ever produced and was a hero to every man and boy who played, and loved the game, of rugby football. Grave 29.[Note the two sets of names one in English] Second Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Killed in action Monday 9 October 1916, in Pas de Calais, France. Commissioned a Temporary Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 25 October 1915 ; with Anson Battalion at Blanford ; with draft for British Expeditionary Force 2 September 1916, joined Hood Battalion 7 September 1916. Grave 10.(1902-10), Private G/49, 7th Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Son of William and Mary Parsons, of Emberton, Olney, Bucks. Enlisted 18 January 1915 for the duration of hostilities, height 5 feet 7 inches, chest 34 inches, brown hair, brown eyes, fresh complexion. Panel 115 to 119 and 162A and 163A.(1906-10), Second Lieutenant, 12th Battalion, Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Neots, Huntingdonshire, enlisted Peterborough, resident Huntingdonshire. Son of James Adkins Paul and Ada Catherine Paul, of 7, Rue Marechal Gallieni, Houille, Seine et Oise, France. Killed in action Sunday 3 September 1916, on the Somme. Employee of London and River Plate Bank, Buenos Aires, left September 1915. Buried in YPRES RESERVOIR CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. In the 1891 he was aged 8, born Sussxec, son of John S and L H Jocelyn Dick, resident with his parents in Montpelier Crescent, Brighton, Sussex. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Dickins, of 30 Russell Avenue, Bedford, England, and the late Walter Dickins. National Archives of Canada accession Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 2506 - 5(1911-16), Second Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Buried in ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France. In the 1901 census he was aged 9, born Bedfordshire, resident with his parents at Church Farm, Podington Bedfordshire. Third son (born 17-6-1859 at Chatteris) of the late Charles Farrar MD, of Chatteris, and Mrs Helen Farrar, of Bedford. M General - Central Force, Union Defence Forces, late Hon. Son of the late Charles Farrar, of Chatteris, co Cambridge, M. In the 1901 census he was a son, born Bedford, resident 169 Tavistock Street, Bedford. Killed in action Wednesday 15th September 1915 in France & Flanders. When the "Great Push" cause he saw considerable fighting, but escaped unhurt until September 15th. At school the boys admired him as a "sticker," and a straight forward fellow, while the Headmaster and Staff looked upon him as one sure to make a name for himself, and do honour to the school. He joined the 28th London Territorials (Artists' Rifles), 16 April, 1912, and on the outbreak of war volunteered for foreign service, and went to France, 26 Oct. He was given a commission as 2nd Lieut., and was posted to the 2nd East Lancashires, 27 March, 1915. (1892-98), Lieutenant Colonel, 7th Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Former England International Rugby Football player. In the 1901 census he was aged 18, born Northamptonshire, an Accountant (Chartered), resident with his mother at Dartmouth Road, Olney, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire. He was a Member of the Committee of English Rugby Union."It has been ninety years since Edgar Mobbs played rugby for England. In the 1911 census he is aged 14, at school, born Bangalore, India, resident with his mother, Priscilla, and his siblings, at 132 Foster Hill Road Bedford. Effects £661 15s.11d.(1895-96), Private 33035, 5th Battalion [CWGC] or 6th Battalion [SDGW], Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Buried in DARTMOOR CEMETERY, BECORDEL-BECOURT, Somme, France. Died on board "Dundee Castle" from dysentery and septic fingers Sunday 10 October 1915, in the Mediteranean. Born 22 September 1892 at Emberton, Newport Pagnell, baptised 20 November 1892 at Emberton, Buckinghamshire. Killed in action Friday 28 December 1917, in Belgium. Son of James Adkins Paul, of 30 Avenue Du Bel Air, Colombes, Seine, France. Commemorated on TYNE COT MEMORIAL, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Grave 9.(1903-06), Second Lieutenant, 3rd/1st Battalion, Cambridgeshire Regiment.Buried in BEDFORD HOUSE CEMETERY, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Taught at Barton Manor School (seniors, mixed), Barton-Le-Clay from 27 September 1909, still there 13 July 1910. Pier and Face 9 A 9 B and 10 B.(1900-09), Lieutenant, 34th Sikh Pioneers, Indian Army. Buried in ESTAIRES COMMUNAL CEMETERY AND EXTENSION, Nord, France. Died of wounds 21st July 1918 in France & Flanders. Buried in BERLIN SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY, Berlin, Brandenburg, Germany. Son of Albert John and Frances Barcock, of High St., Sharnbrook, Beds. Buried in HAZEBROUCK COMMUNAL CEMETERY, Nord, France. Died from fractured skull received in a fall Thursday 27 April 1916, in India. Born 26 July 1894 in Turvey, enlisted Battersea, Surrey. Grave 18.(1909-11), Captain, 4th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment attached 4th Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment. Son of Elizabeth Ingram, of The Lodge, Latchmere Rd., Kingston-on-Thames, and the late Charles Ingram. Commemorated on ARRAS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. (1911-16), Private 38566, 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Son of Walter Thomas and Sarah Ann James, of 112, Gladstone St., Bedford. Edith John; husband of Muriel Augusta Gay (formerly John), of Snape, Wadhurst, Sussex, married 1908. In the 1901 census he is aged 5, born bedford, resident with his parents, George Marwood and Lavinia Teresa Johnston, at 46, Gery Street, Bedford. IN the 1911 census he was aged 18, born Keysoe, Beds., a Student at Saltley Training College, Saltley, Birmingham. In the 1911 census he was aged 12, and the 1901 census, aged 2, born Sharnbrook, Beds, resident with his parents in High Street, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire. Son of George Edward and Francis Maud Hopkins, of 1 Burnham Rd., St. In the 1901 census he was aged 6, born Turvey, resident with his parents at School House, High Street, Turvey, Bedford, Bedfordshire. The Royal Welsh Fusiliers the following July; served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from Oct. Ellen Humphrey, of 23, Hereford Rd., Acton, London. Killed in action Tuesday 26 March 1918, in Pas de Calais, France. In the 1901 census he was aged 2, born Bedford, resident with his parents, at 22, Gladstone Street, Bedford. See also Bedford St Martins(1895-99), Second Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. In the 1911 census he was aged 28, born Penge, Kent, a Fruit Planter, resident with his wife, Ada Muriel Augusta John (nee Gay), and his parents-in-law, Alfred Henry and Ada Key Gay, at The Rectory, Worting, Basingstoke, Hampshire. Grave 25.(1903-13), Second Lieutenant, 20th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps and General List. Son of Lavinia Teresa Johnston, of 1, Oaklands Rd., Bedford, and the late G. In the 1911 census he is aged 15, at school, born Bedford, resident with his parents, George Marwood and Lavinia Teresa Johnston, at 1 Oaklands Road, Bedford. Commemorated on ARRAS FLYING SERVICES MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France.
A George Phipps, aged 22, died in March 1917 according to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, but his age does not correlate with the BMS Phipps.(1907-08), Second Lieutenant, Anti-Aircraft Brigade, Royal Marine Artillery. Son of Joseph and Alice Mary Adams, of "Brooklands," Alford Rd., Sutton-on-Sea, Lincs, formerly 176, Foster Hill Road, Bedford. Enlisted in October 1910 for 12 years, aged 18, 5 feet 6 inches, chest 32 inches, hair brown, eyes brown, complexion fresh/fair. In the 1901 census he was a son, aged 8, born Bedford, resident, with his parents an siblings, at 28, Stanley Street, Bedford. See also Bedford St Martins and Bedford St Paul's(1890-93), [Canadian Archives list him as Harold Roland Garnault, Canadian Death Register as Garnault Henry Roland] Private 193592, 15th Battalion, Canadian Infantry. I say apparently because the young officer was suffering from shell shook, though he seemed quite clear about it." Colonel Scott mentions that he himself has "a bullet in the leg, nothing of any consequence.”The deceased officer had a splendid voice and in the winter of 1914-15 sang at one of the concerts given in the Pump Boom Annexe for the entertainment of Kitchener's Army then in Bath. in The 1891 census he was under 1 year of age, resident with his parents, William and Susan Haynes, at Frog Hall, Village, Old Warden, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. Son of Matthew Henry and Edith Holding, of 49, Billing Road, Northampton. E., was the first Nuneaton man to win the Victoria Cross. Cuthbert's College, Boy's School, Sparken Hill, Worksop, Nottinghamshire. (1912-14), Private 66413 - subsequently renumbered 104708, 1st/6th Battalion (Territorial), Northumberland Fusiliers. Buried in AZMAK CEMETERY, SUVLA, Turkey (including Gallipoli). National Archives of Canada Accession Reference: Royal Newfoundland Regiment and Forestry Corps, RG38-A-2-e, Finding Aid 38-27, Reel T-18007, Volume 481(1907-10), Lieutenant, 12th Battalion attached to 2nd Battalion, Durham Light Infantry. Son of William Thomas and Alice Maude Wiley, of Morville Point, Cape Town, South Africa.