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Alfred Boon

Father: James BoonMother: Sarah BoonSiblings: Mary Annie Boon, Charles William Boon (died 16 May 1915)Date of Death: 01/01/1917Age Actual: 23Cemetery: Laventie Military Cemetery, La Gorgue, Nord, FrancRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/5373Service Record: Son of James and Sarah Boon. Headstone text cost was subscribed by Mrs A Tidbury, 36, Hythe Road, Staines. SDGW: Resided and Enlisted Staines, KiACensus Years: 1901, 1911 — Other Information: Lives of the First World War has date of death as 15 January 1917.

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William J Button

Date of Death: 16/09/1916Cemetery: Combles Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, FranceRank: Lance CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF1300 or PS/1614Service Record: SDGW: Born Acton, Resided Stanwell, Enlisted Uxbridge. KiA. The Soldier's Medal Card states he was warded the Victory Medal 1914-18, and the British War Medal 1914-18. — Other Information: Not Commemorated on Spelthorne's community Memorials

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Alfred Laley

Date of Death: 21/05/1917Age Actual: 33Rank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: 241246Service Record: Headstone inscription commissioned by Mrs Lalaey, of 22, Clarence Street, Southall Green. Census, 1901: Son of James and Elizabeth Laley of 13, Featherstone Terrace, Norwood, Southall. SDGW: Born and Enlisted Southall, DoW. Soldier's Medal Card: awarded Victory Medal 1914-18, British War Medal 1914-18. Formerly 4510.

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George Thomas Edward Seward

Date of Birth: --/--/1891Place Of Birth: StainesFather: James SewardMother: Elizabeth SewardSiblings: Daisie Annie Seward, Harry Seward, James William Seward, Arthur Frederick Seward, Alfred SewardSpouse: May Caroline SewardDate of Death: 25/04/1915Age Actual: 24Cemetery: Menin GateRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF 2263Service Record: SDGW: Born and Enlisted Staines, KiA. Soldier's Medal Card: states he disembarked in France 9 mar 1915; he was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18, British War Medal 1914-18, and the 1914-15 Star. Of 34 Hythe Park Road, Staines; husband of May Caroline Seward; son of James & Elizabeth Seward of Hythe Park Road.Census Years: 1891 — Other Information: Not Commemorated on Spelthorne's community Memorials

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Ernest Palmer Smith

Father: Albert SmithMother: Elizabeth Jane SmithDate of Death: 26/06/1916Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/1311Service Record: Son of Albert and Elizabeth Jane Smith, of 1, St. Mary's Cottages, Stanwell. Enlisted 1911. Solder's Medal card: states that he disembarked in France on 9 Mar 1915; and he was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18, the British War Medal 1914-18, and the 1914-15 Star (Medal Rolls state "death presumed").Census Years:

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Ernest Henry (Harry) Stevens

Date of Birth: 19/09/1894Place Of Birth: EghamFather: Henry StevensMother: Annie StevensDate of Death: 25/04/1915Age Actual: 20Cemetery: Menin GateRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: 2449Service Record: Census 1911: aged 16, an Ironer, son of Henry and Annie Stevens of 10, Victoria Road, Moor Lane, Staines. Soldier's Record shows that Ernest served for a little under a year, and that he was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18 and the914-15 Star. De Ruvigny's Roll Of Honour. Vol 2, page 288 states that Ernest enlisted in July 1914, went with his battalion to Gibraltar in 1914, and in 1915 was sent to France, being engaged in the Ypres Salient. The comment on overseas service in de Ruvigny implies that he was a Territorial who had volunteered to serve abroad in the event of War.Census Years:

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Thomas Stevenson

Date of Death: 21/08/1916Cemetery: Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, FranceRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF 5243Service Record: Census 1911: aged 18, Working on small holding, step-son (?) of John and Jane Ginger, Stanwell Moor. SDGW: Born and Enlisted Stanwell, KiA, Soldier's Medal Card: awarded Victory Medal 1914-18, British War Medal 1914-18. Census Years:

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George Taylor

Date of Death: 26/06/1916Age Actual: 18Cemetery: Hebuterne Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, FranceRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF 2378

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Albert George Trigg

Father: John TriggMother: Julia TriggDate of Death: 15/09/1916Age Actual: 19Cemetery: Combles Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, FranceRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th (TF) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/5259Service Record: Son of John and Julia Trigg, of Railway Cottages, Wendover Road, Staines . SDGW: born Basingstoke, Hampshire, enlisted Staines, kiA. Soldier's Medal index Card: he was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18, and the British War Medal 1914-18.Census Years: — Other Information: Not Commemorated on Spelthorne's community Memorials