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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Private Thomas Edmund Keeling 2078Australian Infantry, A.I.F.11/12/1916 (aged 30)personal connection
Private Francis Charles Humphries 36191Somerset Light Infantry28/03/1918 (aged 19)personal connection
Private James Bridges 10841Somerset Light Infantry01/07/1916 (aged 20)personal connection
Private Balch T4/107912Royal Army Service Corps12/02/1919 (aged 46)personal connection
Second Lieutenant Seward Biggs Royal Army Service Corps26/11/1918 (aged 36)personal connection
Private John Thomas Titcombe 1279Royal Munster Fusiliers17/08/1915 (aged 23)personal connection
Private Smith 201282Gloucestershire Regiment02/10/1917 (aged 20)personal connection
Gunner Sidney Banfield Carey 95281Royal Field Artillery30/08/1918 (aged 49)buried here
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CemeteryCountryCasualtiesWith Life Story linksWith images
ST. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUENFrance101
ROCLINCOURT VALLEY CEMETERYFrance111
HANWELL (KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA) CEMETERYUnited Kingdom110
CAUDRY BRITISH CEMETERYFrance110
HELLES MEMORIALTurkey (including Gallipoli)110
THIEPVAL MEMORIALFrance111
DUHALLOW A.D.S. CEMETERYBelgium110

The following war memorials are recorded for this parish in the War Memorials Register on the Imperial War Museums website

All Saints Church Bells
  • ALL SAINTS CHURCH, Farmborough, Wansdyke, Avon, England