BROMLEY (ST. LUKE'S) CEMETERY

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Casualty Records

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ImageNameRegimentDate of death
Rifleman Harry Archer 7082London Regiment (Queen's Westminster Rifles)10/11/1916 (aged 19)
Private William Arthur John Armitage G/1304Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)27/11/1916 (aged 22)
Gunner Albert Edward Baker 140071Royal Garrison Artillery30/01/1917 (aged 41)
Serjeant Samuel Bush 8480Royal Army Medical Corps11/03/1915 (aged 58)
Private Dunn G/10876Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)19/03/1916 (aged 31)
Private East 16728Grenadier Guards09/11/1916
Gunner Henry Thomas Goldstone 210237Royal Garrison Artillery20/10/1918 (aged 21)
Private George William Gurr G/17326Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)06/06/1917 (aged 19)
Corporal George Allen Spring Knight 17669East Surrey Regiment21/02/1919
Serjeant Mitchell G/106Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment)03/11/1918 (aged 37)
Flight Sub-Lieutenant Morrison Royal Naval Air Service12/07/1917
Private Alfred Henry Royal Oakes 7722Army Pay Corps23/02/1917 (aged 37)
Private Palfrey 10046East Surrey Regiment28/10/1917
Sapper Sydney Matthew Tester 2836Royal Engineers23/10/1918 (aged 20)
Stoker 1st Class Stephen Tickner K/25723(CH)Royal Navy, HMS Radstock27/11/1918 (aged 31)
Gunner Raymond Seaton Taylor 625918Honourable Artillery Company12/04/1919 (aged 35)