World War One Casualties buried in Eastern Essex

Sadly most of the heroes whose deaths are recorded on the war memorials in Eastern Essex either have no graves or are buried elsewhere.

Likewise a few servicemen who died in this area are buried here although their names will be recorded on memorials in their home town.

Some were able to be buried near to their home and family.

The below lists some of the servicemen who have headstones or memorials in churches in this area

St Lawrence Churchyard

Edwin John

Bourne

Private

Royal Fusiliers

1919

F

Jennings

Officer's Steward

Royal Navy, H.M.S. Vivid

1920



Stow Maries Churchyard

E C H R

Nicholls

Lt

R W Surrey Regiment - attached RFC

20 September 1918

 

 

                  

 

C L

Milburn

Lt

RFC

22 April 1918

 

 

R W

Mouritzen

2nd Lt

RFC

5 June 1914

 

 

Jessie Earl

Bradfield

Private

R E

1 March 1918 at Chatham

 

Wooodham Mortimer Churchyard

Frank

Britton

Driver

Royal Engineers of RE Headquarters 28th Division

1915 second Battle of Ypres

William Lefevre

Oxley Parker

2nd Lt

11th Hussars, attached Royal Flying Corps

1917 killed in action

Greville Oxley

Brunwin-Hales

Captain

8th Battalion Essex Regiment and Flight Commander Royal Flying Corps

1917 killed in action

Henry Tooke

Brunwin-Hales

Lt

4th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment

1915 Battle of Loos

 

Wooodham Walter Churchyard

Herbert

Shuttlewood

 

 

1917

L T

Allington

 

 

1917

Arthur Newstead

Falkner

Captain

8th Battalion North Lancashire Regiment

1916 Battle of the Somme

John Abram

Campion

Private

2nd Grenadier Guards

1914 at Festubert , France

Thomas Hugo

French

2nd Lt

Royal Flying Corps

1917

 

 

 

 

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