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Gavin Robert Bothwell

Place Of Birth: LambethFather: John William BothwellMother: Margaret BothwellSiblings: Mary Isabella Bothwell, Margaret S Bothwell, James Anderson Bothwell, Walter Hamilton Bothwell, Elizabeth Hamilton Bothwell, Katherine Bothwell, Sarah Janet Bothwell, Agnes May Bothwell, John William Bothwell, Alice Florence Bothwell, Henry Bothwell (died 14th February 1919), Alec Bothwell Date of Death: 14/05/1915Cemetery: Menin Gate, YpresRank: Lance CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: D Company 2nd BattalionRegiment/Unit: Queen's Own Cameron HighlandersService Number: 9309Service Record: He lived at 121 Walton Road, Woking. Brother of Mrs. M. S. Wratting, of 3, Wallsend Road, Langney, Eastbourne, Sussex.Census Years: 1891, 1901, 1911 — Other Information: Image from the Woking News and Mail.

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William George Layzell

Date of Birth: --/--/1875Place Of Birth: LambethSpouse: Edith LayzellDate of Death: 14/01/1918Age Actual: 43Cemetery: Cheam (St Dunstan) ChurchyardRank: Company Sergeant MajorService Type: ArmyRegiment/Unit: Royal Defence CorpsService Number: 45274Service Record: Asylum Attendant at Banstead Asylum. Served in France 18 months. Discharged unfit for duty; died of illness incurred on active duty; formerly in 6th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment.Census Years: 1911

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Charles Henry Hodge

Date of Birth: --/--/1888Place Of Birth: LambethService Record: Conscientious objector - National Union of Clerks; Independant Labour Party; - Work of national importance under the Pelham Committee. Address 56, Beechwood Avenue, Thornton Heath, Surrey. Occupation Clerk.

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James Charles Carrad

Place Of Birth: LambethFather: John CarradMother: Annie CarradSpouse: Fanny Sarah CarradDate of Death: 10/11/1918Age Actual: 29Cemetery: St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-MaritimeRank: CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 228 Siege BatteryRegiment/Unit: Royal Garrison ArtilleryService Number: 26317Service Record: Son of John and Annie Carrad; husband of Fanny Sarah Carrad, of 10, Oakfield Road, Ashford, died of pneumonia. SDGW: Born and Resided Lambeth, Enlisted Hounslow, Died. Soldier's Medal Card: awarded Victory Medal 1914-18, and the British War Medal 1914-18. Census Years:

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George Thomas Squires Champion (1 Story)

Date of Birth: --/--/1897Place Of Birth: LambethFather: George ChampionMother: Rosina Champion nee MeekingsDate of Death: 10/04/1916Cemetery: Ferme-Olivier CemeteryRank: RiflemanService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: King's Royal Rifle CorpsService Number: R/12928Census Years:

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Herbert Joseph Jacques

Date of Birth: 15/07/1880Place Of Birth: LambethFather: Joseph John JacquesMother: Elizabeth Jane JacquesSiblings: Agnes M E Jacques, Edith Mary JacquesDate of Death: 12/12/1917Age Actual: 37Cemetery: Ewell (St Mary) ChurchyardRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1st/6th (Cyclist) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Norfolk RegimentService Number: 266332Service Record: Enlisted 19 October 1916. Issued Silver War Badge 8 June 1917. Probate: "...last seen alive 12 December 1917 and whose dead body was found 10 January 1918 at Highlands Farm, Epsom..."Census Years: 1881, 1911 — Other Information: Son of Joseph John and Elizabeth Jane Jacques, of "Elvaston," Epsom Road, Ewell.

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Albert Edward Redfern (Bertram) Donovan (1 Story)

Date of Birth: 13/02/1887Place Of Birth: LambethDate of Death: 01/01/1915Age Actual: 27Cemetery: Chatham Naval MemorialRank: Petty OfficerService Type: NavyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: HMS FormidableRegiment/Unit: Royal NavyService Number: 223154Service Record: At Ministering Children's League Home in Ottershaw in 1901. In the early hours of 1 January German U-boat U24 sank the pre-dreadnought battleship HMS Formidable, the largest ship at the time to be sunk by a submarine. HMS Formidable was taking part in gunnery practice with the 5th Battle Squadron in the English Channel at the time.Census Years:

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Walter Mayzes

Place Of Birth: LambethFather: George Walter MayzesMother: Phoebe A MayzesSiblings: Phoebe A Mayzes, Hannah Mayzes, George W Mayzes, Emma M Mayzes, Albert E MayzesDate of Marriage: 25/12/1907Spouse: Kate Florence Gibbs (formerly Mayzes nee Pope)Date of Death: 03/04/1919Cemetery: Morden CemeteryRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyRegiment/Unit: Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment)Service Number: 51092Service Record: Enlisted in the Territoral Force on 20th February 1909. 1911: employed as a blacksmith's mate. Formerly London Irish Rifles. Transferred to (81340) Labour Corps. Son of George Mayzes, of 2, Armitage Road, East Greenwich; husband of late Florence Gibbs (formerly Mayzes), of 10, Wycliffe Road, Battersea, London.Census Years: 1891, 1901, 1911 — Other Information: Image courtesy of P Cooper, Surrey Heritage.

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Edward John Rowling

Date of Birth: --/--/1890Place Of Birth: LambethFather: Thomas RowlingMother: Rosamund RowlingSiblings: Robert W Rowling, Rose Rowling, Sydney J Rowling, Hattie A Rowling, Date of Death: 22/07/1916Age Actual: 26Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 4th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Royal FusiliersService Number: L/15685Census Years: — Other Information: Lives of the First World War has service number as L/16685.

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Philip Edward Thomas

Date of Birth: 03/03/1878Place Of Birth: LambethFather: Philip Henry ThomasMother: Mary Elizabeth ThomasSiblings: Reginald Townsend Thomas (died 8th November 1918), Ernest Henry Thomas, Theodore E Thomas, Oscar Thomas, Julian ThomasSpouse: Helen Berenice ThomasDate of Death: 09/04/1917Age Actual: 39Cemetery: Agny Military CemeteryRank: Second LieutenantService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 244th Siege BatteryRegiment/Unit: Royal Garrison ArtilleryService Record: One of the War Poets. Probate gives address at time of death as High Beech, Loughton, Essex. On Easter Monday, 9th April 1917, the first day of the Battle of Arras, Philip Edward Thomas was standing next to the Beaurains Observation Post when a shell exploded nearby.Census Years: 1881, 1891, 1901, 1911