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Sidney Louis Butt

Date of Death: 27/08/1916Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/6559Service Record: Fifth son of Councillor W J Butt, of Chertsey Road Woking. Remembered on the Thiepval Memorial.Census Years:

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Albert Frederick Langstone

Place Of Birth: StainesDate of Death: 06/10/1916Cemetery: Theipval MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/5725Census Years:

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Edward George Bailey

Place Of Birth: StainesFather: Albert Edward BaileyMother: Louise Bailey (nee Sanders)Date of Death: 25/06/1916Age Actual: 22Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/2233: 240270Service Record: Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bailey, of 10, Edgell Road, Staines. Census 1911: Born Staines, aged 16, an errand boy, then living at 1, Leacroft. Soldier's record show he enlisted in the 8 Bn, Middlesex (TF) May 1913, aged 18. he was embodied for service on 5 August 1914, and was sent to Gibraltar. From there he was sent to France on Hospital Transport 'Nessian' on 22 July 1915, arriving Marseilles on 25. and posted to his unit (2/8 Bn) 5 September 1914, and to the 1/8 Bn in France on 24 July 1915, joining on 30 July 1915. He was reported missing believed killed on 25 May 1916, and a later entry confirms his death was assumed on that date. He was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18, The British Was Medal 1914-18, and the 1914-15 Star. MC. reported 'Pte E Bailey of 8th Bn, Middlesex Regt son of Mr & Mrs Bailey of 10, Edgell Road. Possibly killed in action' RJR ' DoB 1895. Son of Albert Edward and Louise (Sanders) Bailey.'Census Years:

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Arthur Sydney Buck

Place Of Birth: StainesFather: Arthur Edward BuckMother: Mary BuckSiblings: Henry William Buck (served Royal Navy), Albert Edward Buck (served Royal Navy), Frederick Charles Buck (served Royal Field Artillery), Ernest Buck, Gertrude Buck, Ethel Buck, Agness Buck, Ellen Buck, Elsie Buck, Ivy Irene Buck, Robert BuckDate of Death: 27/04/1915Age Actual: 18Cemetery: Menin GateRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/1859Service Record: Son of Arthur Edward and .. [RJR Mary] Edith (Johnson)] Buck, of Rose Villa, 241, London Road, Staines. SDGW: Born Staines, Resided Staines, Enlisted Staines, KiA. Burnt Soldiers' Record: Attestation states he was a labourer, working for George Taylor & Co, of London Road. Soldier's Medal Card: he was awarded the 1914-15 Star, the Victory Medal 1914-18 and the British 1914-18 Medal. RJR: 'Born 1896. Joined 8 Bn, Middlesex Regt (TF.) at Staines 29 Oct 1912. Embodied 5 Aug.1914. Posted: Gibraltar 10 Sept 1914; Home 15 Feb 1915; France 9 Mar 1915. Under-age. [2 brothers (Henry William and Albert Edward) served in R.N. 1 brother (Frederick Charles) joined R.F.A. age 15, went to France 1915, discharged 1916 under age, 1919 serving in R.A.] Census Years: 1901, 1911

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George Catchpole

Date of Death: 06/08/1916Age Actual: 18Cemetery: Foncquevillers Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, FRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/2211Service Record: Youngest son of James and Esther Catchpole, of Samborne Stables, Farnborough, Hampshire SDGW: Born Odlham [sic Odiham], Hampshire, Enlisted Staines, KiA. Soldier's Medal Card: states he disembarked in the Egyptian Theatre on 25 Aug 1915; he was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18, the British War Medal 1914-16, and the 1914-15 Star.

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James William Henry Cureton

Date of Death: 08/10/1918Age Actual: 26Cemetery: Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gouy, Aisne, FranceRank: SergeantService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Royal Warwickshire RegimentService Number: 305007Service Record: Son of Mary Ann Olive Mattingsley (formerly Cureton), of 75, Freer Road, Birchfield, Handsworth, Birmingham, and the late James Henry Cureton. Born at Staines. SDGW: Born Soho, London; Enlisted Staines; KiA. Soldiers' Medal Rolls: awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18 and the British War Medal 1914-18. Also listed on the Birmingham Roll of Honour. — Other Information: Not Commemorated on Spelthorne's community Memorials

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Daniel Donovan

Place Of Birth: SunburyMother: Martha A DonovanDate of Death: 04/05/1917Age Actual: 22Cemetery: Tank Cemetery, Guemappe, Pas de Calais, FranceRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: 240813Service Record: Son of Mrs Martha A Donovan, of 135, Alma Place, Staines Road, Sunbury Common. SDGW: Born and Resided Sunbury, Enlisted Hampton, KiA. Soldier's Medal Card: awarded Victory Medal 1914-18, British War Medal 1914-18. TSR: "Born 1895, and in 1911 was living with his parents, John and Martha, and seven siblings in Sunbeam villas, Staines Road". Formerly 3601 2/8 Bn Middlesex Regt.Census Years:

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Frank Goodyear

Date of Death: 25/04/1915Age Actual: 18Cemetery: Menin GateRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/1860Service Record: Son of Mrs Julia Bosher (formerly Goodyear) and Mr Bosher (step-father), of 26, Bremer Road, Billett Estate, Staines. SDGW: Born and Enlisted Staines, KiA. Soldier's Medal Card states he disembarked in France 8 March 1915. He was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18 191-`8 and the British War Medal 1914-18.Census Years:

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Arthur Robert Hicks

Date of Death: 06/07/1916Age Actual: 23Rank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/4801Service Record: Son of Mrs. Annie Hicks, of 5, Farnell Road, Staines. 1911 Census; aged 18 born Staines. SDGW: Resided Staines, Enlisted Hounslow,.KiA. Soldier's Medal Card: shows that he first served in Egypt, disembarking 1 Sept 1915. He received the Victory Medal 1914-18, the British War Medal 1914-1918 and the 1914-15 Star. Middlesex Chronicle: 'Mrs Hicks of Farnell Road, Staines has heard her son Pte Arthur Hicks was killed. No official confirmation.'

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Arthur John Higgs

Date of Death: 25/04/1915Age Actual: 19Rank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1/8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: TF/1471Service Record: Son of Mr W Higgs, of 8, Thorpe Lea Road, Egham. Census 1911: aged 15, a labourer boarding at 16 London, Road, Staines. Soldier's Record shows that his Military Service dated from 8 June 1912, having enlisted at Hounslow. At the time of his enlistment he volunteered for overseas service with the Territorial Force. The service record shows that between 10 September 1914 and 14 February 1915 he was with his battalion at Gibraltar, return to Home service until 8 March 1915 and disembarking in France on the following day. A casualty report states that he was KiA on 25 April 1915. A letter on file return his son's possessions was sent to Mr William Robert Higgs at Alexandra Road, Ashford Common. Two receipt from Mr Higgs show that he received the Victory Medal 1914-18, the British War Medal and the 1914-15 Star that had been awarded to his son.