E. J. Batterbury Service no. S/7006 Lance Corporal, Rifle Brigade, 7th Battalion Died age 23 on 18 August 1916 Son of Henry Hooper Batterbury and Sarah Alice Batterbury, of 162 Old South Lambeth Road, South Lambeth, London. Remembered at Thistle Dump Cemetery, High Wood, Longueval, France and at St Mark’s Church, Kennington Oval. Information from […]
A. W. Batho Service no. L/6439 Officer’s Steward 3rd Class, Royal Navy, H.M.S. “Conquest” Died age 19 on 25 April 1916 Son of Henry Thomas Batho, of 15 Priory Road, Wandsworth Road, London. Native of South Lambeth. Remembered at Chatham Naval Memorial Batho died during the bombardment of Lowestoft on 25 April 1916 by the […]
P. T. Bass (Percy T. Bass) Service no. R/4191 Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 10th Battalion Killed in action around age 25 on 20 March 1916 Remembered at Essex Farm Cemetery, Belgium Brother of Frederick Charles Bass British Army WWI Service Records 1914-1920 Percy Thomas Bass, 22, stood only 5 feet 3 inches (152cm) when […]
F. C. Bass Service no. R/11906 Rifleman, King’s Royal Rifle Corps, 7th Battalion Killed in action around age 30 on 22 November 1915 Remembered at La Brique Military Cemetery, No 2, Belgium Brother of Percy Bass
Killed in action in France on 25 September 1916, aged about 37. Amongst the Missing.
G. C. Barter Service no. 130528 Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 359th Siege Bty. Died on 3 April 1918 Husband of Mrs. M. A. E. Barter, of 4, Wyvil Road, South Lambeth Road, London. Remembered at Voormezeele Enclosures No. 1 and No.2, Ypres, Belgium Information from the 1911 census and London Marriages and Banns In 1911, […]
H. C. Bartel Service no. 493554 Private, London Regiment, 1st/13th Kensington Battalion Died age 32 on 23 October 1918 Son of Charles and Elizabeth Bartel, of 28 Rita Road, Vauxhall, London. Remembered at Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France Information from 1911 Census In 1911 Harvey Charles Bartell (the spelling is double L in […]
F. G. Barrett This is a tentative identification. There is only one F. G. Barrett in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission database. No corroborating evidence for a link to Stockwell or nearby areas.
W. C. Barnsley Service no. 55016 Driver, Royal Field Artillery”B”, Bty. 103rd Bde. Killed in action aged around 32 on 22 June 1917 Husband of Mrs. E. Barnsley, of 11 Mostyn Road, Brixton, London. Remembered at Woods Cemetery, Belgium and on Stockwell War Memorial, London SW9 Brother of James Foster Barnsley Information from the 1911 […]