ECCLES ROLL OF HONOUR
ECCLES ROLL OF HONOUR
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Private SIDNEY JOHN CROOK A/40009, 5th Bn., Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment) who died on 7 June 1916. Attestation Paper. LIJSSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY

Private SAMUEL DAVISON 20551, 1st Bn., Essex Regiment who died at sea on 13 August 1915 when the troopship Royal Edward was sunk. Born East Harling, resident Kenninghall. HELLES MEMORIAL

Bombardier FREDERICK THOMAS MATTHEWS 77261, "K" Bty., Royal Horse Artillery who died on 30 November 1917. Born Eccles. RIBECOURT BRITISH CEMETERY

Private HENRY WILLIAM MOWLE 33021, 36th Labour Bn., Royal Fusiliers who died on 20 May 1917. ABBEVILLE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

96th Bomb Group Museum
96th Bomb Group (Snetterton Falcons) Museum at Eccles Hall School


Private FREDERICK NUNN 14488, 9th Bn., Norfolk Regiment who died age 20 on 15 September 1916. Son of Alfred Nunn, of Overa, Eccles. GUILLEMONT ROAD CEMETERY, GUILLEMONT

Private FREDERICK ROBERT WARD 29563, 1st Bn., Norfolk Regiment who died age 31 on 30 May 1917. Son of Frederick and Ann Ward, of Hall Cottage, Wilby, nr. Attleborough. ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY


Private JAMES JOHN WARD 12459, Norfolk Regiment who died age 25 on 30 October 1916. Son of Mr. F. Ward, of Welby Hall Cottages, Attleborough. ECCLES (ST. MARY) CHURCHYARD

Private PHILL WILLIAMS 20713, 1st Bn., Essex Regiment who died at sea age 19 on 13 August 1915 when the troopship Royal Edward was sunk. Son of William Alfred and Anna Williams, of The Brickyard Cottages, Shipdham. HELLES MEMORIAL

Also in St Mary Churchyard

Driver E W OSWICK 876588, 1st East Anglian Bde., Royal Field Artillery who died age 23 on 30 December 1918. Son of George and Julia Oswick, of Quidenham; husband of Mabel Polley Moore (formerly Oswick) of The Fen, Banham.



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