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Green, C

Battalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: London RegimentCensus Years:

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Lewis, G

Battalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: London RegimentCensus Years:

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Osborn, H

Battalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: London RegimentCensus Years:

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Frederick James Reynolds

Father: John ReynoldsMother: Elizabeth ReynoldsSiblings: John F Reynolds (died 28 September 1915), Charles Greenfield (stepbrother), Elizabeth A Reynolds, Date of Death: 23/07/1918Cemetery: Pozieres MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Royal FusiliersService Number: 34726Service Record: Son of Elizabeth Reynolds, of Dawson's Cottages, Beddington, Surrey, and the late John Reynolds.Census Years: 1901, 1911

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Edward George Lucas

Date of Birth: --/--/1895Place Of Birth: WorthDate of Death: 17/09/1918Age Actual: 23Cemetery: St Sever Cemetery Extension, RouenRank: RiflemanService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: King's Royal Rifle CorpsService Number: R/16533Census Years: — Other Information: Son of Mrs. Lucas, of Fir Tree Cottage, Langshott, Horley, Surrey.

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Herbert V Curtis

Place Of Birth: EpsomDate of Death: 11/07/1916Cemetery: Puchevillers British CemeteryRank: CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own)Service Number: 5129Service Record: Enlisted Kingston-on-Thames. Died of Wounds in a casualty clearing station on the SommeCensus Years:

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Ernest Field

Date of Birth: --/--/1899Place Of Birth: Cobham, SurreyFather: Isaac FieldMother: Susannah FieldSiblings: Alice E FieldDate of Death: 04/11/1918Age Actual: 19Cemetery: Ghissignies British Cemetery, Nord, FranceRank: Lance CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own)Service Number: 41391Service Record: Son of Isaac and Susannah Field, of 4, Heatherly Cottage, Ash Common, Surrey.Census Years: 1901 — Other Information: Find out more about this person on the Ash Museum website.

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William H Ayling

Date of Death: 23/04/1917Age Actual: 31Rank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)Service Number: 37438Service Record: Census 1911: aged 225, residing at 22, George Street, Staines, a Linoleum Packer. SDGW: Born Egham;Resided 22, George Street, Staines. Enlisted Staines; KiA. Soldier's Medal Card shows that he was awarded the the Victory Medal 1914-18, the British War Medal 1914-18. Middlesex Chronicle: 'was killed in action in France on 24 April. He worked at the Linoleum Factory and was an enthusiastic member of the Wesleyan Church'. RJR: ' Born 1885. Son of Frederick and Rosina Ann Amelia (Jones) Ayling.' — Other Information: Frederick William on Soldiers Died

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Albert 'Bert' Beach

Father: Richard BeachMother: Amy BeachSiblings: George Alexander Beach (Private, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), died 24 February 1915)Date of Death: 10/07/1916Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: Lance CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own)Service Number: S/4510Service Record: Soldiers' Medal Rolls states that his overseas service began on 30 July 1915, and that was awarded the1914-15 Star, (and therefore because of the rules for this Medal the Victory Medal 1914-18 and the British War Medal 1914-16}. RJR : 'Soldiers died in the Great War 1914-19 says he was born at Staines and resided at Streatham. The Rifle Brigade had no Territorial Force battalions. The 13th was a Service, that is a New Army (K3), battalion, landed at Boulogne 31 Jul 1915. Bertie Beach was the son of Richard and Amy Beach, of Staines.'Census Years:

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Oswald Cork

Father: Phillip CorkSpouse: Ethel CorkDate of Death: 16/04/1917Age Actual: 33Cemetery: Arras MemorialRank: Lance CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 13th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)Service Number: G/29405Service Record: Son of the late Phillip Cork, of Staines Road, Sunbury Common; husband of Ethel Cork, of "Woolmer", Rooksmead Road, Sunbury. SGW: Born Finsbury, Enlisted Twickenham, KiA. Soldiers' Medal Rolls: he was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18, and the British War Medal 1914-18.Census Years: