Information from the 1911 census
This is a tentative identification. There is no Cecil Herbert Elphick on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database nor in the Soldiers Died in the Great War 1914-1918. None of the men listed as “C. Elphick” in these databases would seem to fit the man named at Stockwell. The same applies to “H. Elphick“. However, there are two men of the correct age range living in Lambeth who may, or may not, be those named on the memorial.
These brothers, both born in Hadlow, Kent, were living at 14 Kellett Road, Brixton in 1911.
Cecil Herbert Elphick, 30, was a single municipal servant. He worked for the Comptroller’s Department of London County Council.
His brother, Henry James Elphick, 34, was a civil servant working for the Secretariat of the G.P.O. (General Post Office).