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Listed on a War Memorial

no.full nameburial
1Lionel Berry AlcockWar Memorial WW2
2David R BennettWar Memorial
3Richard J BennettWar Memorial
4John Douglas BensonWar Memorial WW2
5G B BiglandWar Memorial WW1
6John BiglandWar Memorial WW2
7Henry BishopWar Memorial
8James BlandamerWar Memorial
9Arthur Brian BurnsWar Memorial WW2
10John Harrison BurnsWar Memorial WW2
11Donald CameronWar Memorial
12James F CameronWar Memorial
13Tom F CameronWar Memorial
14W ClarkeWar Memorial WW1
15William James ClarkeWar Memorial WW2
16Joseph Alexander Cottrell191531
ALEXANDER JOSEPH COTTRELL Private 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment Service No: 9278 Died of Wounds 13 July 1915, aged 31 Alexander Joseph Cottrell was born in 1884, the birth being registered at Bradfield, Berkshire in the 2nd quarter as Joseph Alexander. The 1891 census shows him aged 6 years living on the Bath Road near Lambdens Farm with his father Henry Cottrell 31, gardener of Knighton, Vale of the White Horse, mother Mary Ann Cottrell 31 (nee Leavey), of Brimpton, and siblings Laura Elizabeth Cottrell10, b Woolhampton, Alice Mary Cottrell 9, b Beenham, Frances Helen Cottrell 5, b Ufton Edith May Cottrell3, b Ufton Harry William Cottrell 2, b Ufton. The 1901 census for Charter Alley near Monk Sherborne, Hants shows him, aged 16 living with his uncle, Joseph W. Leavey and his family, a draper, who was originally from Brimpton. In this census, he is shown as Joseph A., a draper’s assistant and born in Beenham. In 1911 he is listed as Alexander Joseph and in Dover at the South Front barracks, Western Heights having enlisted at Reading with the 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, rank given as private, aged 25 years, unmarried, born in Beenham. Meanwhile his parents Henry & Mary had moved to Surrey where Henry was head gardener at Royal Holloway College, Englefield Green. We know that Alexander’s Regiment was involved in heavy fighting just East of Bethune, near Givenchy and that Alexander became a casualty with injuries received at Neuve Chapelle (10–13 March 1915). We also know that he was evacuated to England where he died of wounds at King George Hospital, London on 13 July 1915, aged 31. Alexander Joseph Cottrell is buried at Englefield Green cemetery, Runnymede, Surrey in a grave shared with his sister Edith May (d 1910), father (d 1928) and mother (d 1938). As far as can be established, his name does not appear on any war memorial.
17John R CousinsWar Memorial
18William C CoxWar Memorial
19G H EllwoodWar Memorial WW1
20Richard Hirst FawcittWar Memorial WW2
21Joseph GreavesWar Memorial WW2
22Wilfred Bernard HadwinWar Memorial WW2
23William G HartWar Memorial
24T HartleyWar Memorial WW1
25W G HartleyWar Memorial WW2
26Alfred HawkinsWar Memorial
27R E HughesWar Memorial WW1
28B MarshallWar Memorial WW1
29Ivor W MearsWar Memorial
30John A ParkeWar Memorial
31Walter E ParkeWar Memorial
32William PrideWar Memorial
33Robert G RawlesWar Memorial
34W H RawsthorneWar Memorial WW1
35Basil Ernest SmithWar Memorial WW2
36John Mackenzie SmithWar Memorial WW2
37R B TaylorWar Memorial WW1 Border reg
38G H ThompsonWar Memorial WW1
39T TysonWar Memorial WW1
40J WalkerWar Memorial WW1
41William L WarrWar Memorial
42E WatsonWar Memorial WW1
43F J WilkinsonWar Memorial WW1
44F Wilson
War Memorial WW1 Fred Wilson is buried at the London Cemetery (headstone ref number 1.k.18) opposite High Wood on the Somme. He served in the Suffolk Regiment, 9th Battalion and is likely to have fell assaulting a German fortified trench system called the Quadrilateral near to the village of Ginchy, on the 15th September 1916 (known as the 3rd battle of the Somme).

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