Monument list for Municipal Cemetery

Municipal Cemetery, Englefield Green, Surrey, England

Monument list surnamefull namebirth
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101CollinsFrederick John Collins1900721972id: 111695312751
Alice Henrietta Collins1902781980

102CollinsNorman Cyril Attwood Collins1905181923id: 324697371761
William Frederick John Collins1862811943
Blanche Ann Colllins1860851945

103CollinsWilliam Mark Collins1879671946id: 393698032161
Harold Victor Collins1919
Edith Collins1879711950

104CollyerWilliam Collyer1867571924id: 247696601351

105ComiskeyJohn Joseph Comiskey1904641968id: 143695631811
Agnes Jessie Court1913882001

106CookAmelia Cook1852631915id: 456698641451
Edward Cook1842771919

107CooperCharles Cooper1884561940id: 60694852101
Winifred Ann Cooper1882931975

108CooperReginald Cooper1898341932id: 388697981501

109CostelloMargaret Annie Docwra Costello1903811984id: 120695402231

110CottrellEdith May Cottrell1888221910id: 76694994001
Joseph Alexander Cottrell1884311915 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.

111CottrellHenry Cottrell1859691928id: 409698192071
Mary Ann Cottrell1860781938

112CoughlinWilliam Coughlin1862781940id: 173695891931
Catherine Davidson1896541950
Frederick Henry Davidson1895761971

113CourtneyE H Courtney1836771913id: 240696531851

114CoventrySarah Amelia Coventry1884561940id: 486698891181
George William Coventry1888631951

115CowlrickEdith Mary Cowlrick1876641940id: 139695591661
Eileen Mary Oliver1976

116CoyneJoseph Coyne1867741941id: 175695911221

117CraneEdith Annie Crane1895501945id: 16694412021
Victor Charles Crane1920271947

118CrippsHenry Cripps1860401900id: 480698841721
Harriett Elizabeth Cripps1854521906

119CrossAnn M Cross1863591922id: 330697431771
Frederick William Cross1862831945

120CrossFrank Cross1874121886id: 268696811381
Thomas C Cross
Sarah E Cross

121DarbyHenry Charles Darby1911461957id: 24694491881
Eileen Margaret Darby1952441996
Rose Margaret Darby1935341969

122DaviesHanbury Davies1857861943id: 203696201741

123DawesWalter James Dawes1885471932id: 10694351001

124DayMary Ann Day1808821890id: 58694832121
Elizabeth Canterbury1830691899
Robert Canterbury1911

125DayWilliam Edward Day1867561923id: 339697521541
Clara Day1866771943

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