In Memory of Able Seaman P G BEASLEY, R/3855, Howe Bn. R.N. Div., Royal Navy, who died on 13 January 1918. Husband of Clara M. Beasley, of 11, Station Rd., Northfield, Birmingham. Remembered with honour - FIFTEEN RAVINE BRITISH CEMETERY, VILLERS-PLOUICH

In Memory of Private CLARENCE HOWARD CULPIN, 5813, 26th Bn., Australian Infantry, A.I.F. who died age 38 on 16 April 1918. Son of Millice and Hannah Louisa Culpin, of Taringa, Queensland. Native of Stoke Newington, London, England. Remembered with honour - DERNANCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION 

In Memory of Private E CULPIN, 22352, 7th Bn., Northamptonshire Regiment who died age 21 on 05 November 1918. Son of W. and Elizabeth Culpin, of Titchmarsh, Thrapston, Northants. Remembered with honour - AWOINGT BRITISH CEMETERY 

In Memory of Private RICHARD BENJAMIN CULPIN, G/14939, 12th Bn., Royal Sussex Regiment who died age 20 on 16 December 1918. Son of John and Elizabeth Culpin, of 17, Malta Rd., Mill Rd., Cambridge. Remembered with honour - CAMBRIDGE (MILL ROAD) CEMETERY 

In Memory of Lance Corporal WILLIAM GEORGE CULPIN, 27719, 6th Bn., Northamptonshire Regiment who died age 27 on 22 March 1918. Son of William and Annie Culpin, of Palmerston Rd., Woodston, Peterborough, husband of Drusilla Culpin, of Benwick Lane, Doddington, March, Cambs. Remembered with honour - POZIERES MEMORIAL 

In Memory of Private SAMUEL JOHN FREE, 4158, 3rd Bn., Australian Machine Gun Corps who died age 25 on 26 May 1918.  Son of Samuel and Fanny Free. of Lalbert, Victoria, Australia.  Remembered with honour - CROUY BRITISH CEMETERY, CROUY-SUR-SOMME 

 In Memory of Private WALTER GILBERT GREENALL, 70449, 2nd Bn., Devonshire Regiment who died on 24 April 1918.  Remembered with honour - POZIERES MEMORIAL

In Memory of Gunner SIDNEY WILLIAM LARGE, 111947, 178th Siege Bty., Royal Garrison Artillery who died on 16 September 1918, age 30.  Son of William Large, of Orchard St., Cambridge; husband of Annie Large, 0f 66, Cambridge Place, Cambridge.  Remembered with honour - PERONNE COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

In Memory of H J LOWTON, S/36463, Rifle Brigade posted 2nd/10th Bn., London Regiment, who died age 19 on 31 July 1918; Son of Thomas and Eliza Lowton, of 19, Magdalen St., Tooley St., London S.E.1. Remembered with honour - DERNANCOURT COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION

In Memory of Private T.H. MACE, 320310, 15th (Suffolk Yeomanry) Bn, Suffolk Regiment, who died age 19 on 9 March 1918, son of Mrs Mary Ann Mace, of Church Lane, Mildenhall, Suffolk. Remembered with honour - JERUSALEM WAR CEMETERY, ISRAEL 

In Memory of Private H MARSHALL, 13445, 2nd Bn., Bedfordshire Regiment, who died on 08 May 1918 age 31; son of George and Mary Ann Marshall, of 6, St John's St., Huntingdon.  Remembered with honour - KEMMEL No.1 FRENCH CEMETERY

In Memory of Private BLAYDON EDWARD PILBROW, G/96838, 2nd B., Middlesex Regiment, who died age 19 on 21 September 1918. Son of Mrs. L. Pilbrow, of 6, Belle Vue Road., Ipswich. Remembered with honour - CHAMBIERES FRENCH NATIONAL CEMETERY, METZ

In Memory of Second Lieutenant GEORGE HARRY PRIDMORE, 21st Bn., West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own), who died on 31 August 1918, age 22.  Husband of May Pridmore, of 129, Whitehouse Lane, Walkley, Sheffield.  Remembered with Honour - FEUCHY CHAPEL BRITISH CEMETERY, WANCOURT

In Memory of Lance Corporal FRANK STADEN, S/29531, 9th Bn., Rifle Brigade who died on 23 March 1918. Remembered with honour - POZIERES MEMORIAL

In Memory of Corporal STANLEY FRANK STADEN MM, 319727, 11th Bn., Suffolk Regiment, who died age 21, on 27 October 1918. Son of John Thomas and Annie Staden, of 61, Eastgate St., Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Remembered with honour - CROSS ROADS CEMETERY, FONTAINE-AU-BOIS

In Memory of Lance Bombardier JAMES WILSON STEWARD, 87687, "G" Bty. 5th Bde., Royal Horse Artillery, who died age 23 on 22 August 1918; Son of Mr. R. W. and Mrs. L. Steward, of Sheepen Farm, Colchester. Native of Sutton, Cambs. Remembered with honour - ST. SEVER CEMETERY EXTENSION, ROUEN

In Memory of Serjeant R J STOCKS MM, 241986, 1st/5th Bn., Border Regiment, who died on 30 March 1918; Son of Mr. J Stocks, of 60 Eastfield Road, Peterborough. Remembered with honour - NAMPS-AU-VAL BRITISH CEMETERY


By the time of his death HORACE HILLS had been discharged from the 7th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment, invalided out after injury.  He served on the Western Front in 1915, wounded in the arm and transferring to the 10th Battalion; returning to the Front, he was wounded again at the Battle of the Somme and reported missing.  He was taken prisoner and remained a PoW until he was medically repatriated in December 1917.  In April 1918 he was discharged from Army service.  He died in Chatteris on 9 November 1918.


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