A grocer. Killed in action in Italy in 1918, aged 32.
A. G. Tuffrey This is a tentative identification. I have found no military information on A. G. Tuffrey. However, in 1911 there was an Arthur George Tuffrey, a 29-year-old bank messenger born in London, living at 49 Thorne Road, Stockwell, with his wife Madeline Ruth Tuffrey, 25, from Dunton, Norfolk, and their young son Alec […]
National Roll of the Great War 1914-1918 TRUSSLER, R. W., A.B., Royal Navy. Serving at the outbreak of hostilities, having joined in 1913, he was with the H.M.S. “Russell” in the Mediterranean station in August 1914. He was engaged on important duties with his ship until he lost his life, when she was sunk on […]
J. Trimmer Service no. 9374 Serjeant, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 1st Battalion Born in Battersea; enlisted in London Killed in action on 18 August 1916, aged 26 CWGC: “Son of Harry and Sophia Trimmer, of London; husband of Jane Elizabeth Trimmer, of 94 Wilcox Rd., South Lambeth, London.” Remembered at Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval, […]
B. Triance Service no. 164288 Sapper, Royal Engineers, 219th Field Coy. Died on 19 November 1916, aged 28 CWGC: “Son of William and Jane Triance; husband of Elizabeth Daisy Triance, of 28 Chelsham Road, Clapham, London.” Remembered at Mailly Wood Cemetery, Mailly-Maillet, Somme, France Information from the censuses Publisher’s clerk Bertram Triance, who was 22 […]
Killed in action on 26 May 1915, aged about 22.
C. A. J. Treacher Service no. 33191 Private 2nd Class, Royal Air Force Died on 9 May 1918, aged 25 CWGC: “Son of Joseph Jaques and Sarah Ann Treacher, of 14 Stansfield Road, Brixton, London.” Remembered at Lambeth Cemetery, Tooting, London SW17 Information from the censuses Stockwell-born apprentice electrical wireman Cecil Archibald Jacques Treacher, 17, […]
J. Trace Service no. 8867 Rifleman, London Regiment (Queen’s Westminster Rifles), 1st/16th Battalions Enlisted in Westminster; lived in Brixton Killed in action on 1 July 1916, aged about 21 Remembered at Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France Information from the censuses James Trace was an office boy for a firm of solicitors. He shared four rooms at […]
H. P. Tozer Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps/Durham Light Infantry, 9th Battalion Died in a flying accident on 16 December 1916, aged 25 CWGC: “Son of Henry James and Agnes Emma Tozer, of 31, Lansdowne Gardens, Clapham, London.” Remembered at East Harnham (All Saints) Churchyard, Wiltshire Information from the censuses In 1911 Harold Percy Tozer, […]
G. C. Toze Service no. 9451 Serjeant, King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), 1st Battalion Born in Kennington Died on 24 May 1915, aged 27 CWGC: “Son of John and Nellie Toze, of 11 Stockwell Green, Stockwell, London.” Remembered at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ypres, Belgium Information from the 1911 census In 1911 George Charles Toze, aged […]