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John Charles Ramkin

Place Of Birth: WoolwichFather: Charles Edward RamkinMother: Mary RamkinDate of Death: 06/09/1916Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 9th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Number: 9615Service Record: Son of Mr. C. E. Ramkin, of Archery Villa, Archery Road, Eltham, London. Listed on 1911 census as being at Mayford Industrial School Reformatory For Boys).Census Years: 1911 — Other Information: Shown on Old Mayfordians, Mayford Industrial School as Rankin

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Thomas Skelton (2 Stories)

Date of Death: 26/01/1915Rank: Lance CorporalService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1st BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Number: 9720Service Record: Remembered on the Menin Gate MemorialCensus Years:

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Richard (Dickon) Ross

Place Of Birth: Rutherford, Maxton, Roxburghshire.Father: Richard RossMother: Emily H. RossSiblings: Eliza M Ross, Joan M Ross, Richard Ross, Nancy Ross, John A Ross, Thomas S RossDate of Death: 25/09/1916Cemetery: Guards' CemeteryRank: 2nd LieutenantService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1st BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Record: Son of Richard and Emily H. Ross, of The Bungalow, North Road, Sherborne, Dorset. Awarded Military Cross.Census Years: 1901

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William Wheeler

Date of Death: 26/11/1916Age Actual: 24Cemetery: St Pol Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais,Rank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 14th (Labour) BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Number: 41063Census Years: — Other Information: Son of Mrs. C. Wheeler, of Oliver Cottage, Tongham, Farnham, Surrey. Native of Seale, Farnham.

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Rupert Henry Anderson-Morshead

Place Of Birth: KensingtonFather: John Yonge Anderson-MorsheadMother: Helen Beatrice Anderson-Morshead (nee Dunlop)Date of Marriage: --/--/1914Spouse: Lucy Helen Anderson-MorsheadDate of Death: 27/05/1918Cemetery: Soissons MemorialRank: Lieutenant ColonelService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: Commanding 2nd BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Record: D S O, 3 times Mentioned in Despatches. Croix de Guerre with Palm (France).Census Years: — Other Information: Son of John Yonge Anderson-Morshead and Helen Beatrice Anderson-Morshead, of Lusways, Sidmouth, Devon; husband of Lucy Helen Anderson-Morshead, of Green Hedges, Lingfield, Surrey.

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John Spencer McGowan

Father: Robert Smith McGowanMother: Alice Clara McGowanDate of Death: 01/07/1916Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: Second LieutenantService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 2nd BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Record: Commissioned to 3rd Battalion, June 1915; went to France May 20th 1916, attached to 2nd Battalion. Killed at La Boiselle on the Somme, July 1st 1916.Census Years: — Other Information: Son of Alice Clara McGowan, of "Ao Tea Roa", Dormans Land, Lingfield, Surrey, and the late Robert Smith McGowan. Educated at Sherborne.

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Henry William Cockerell

Mother: Louisa CockerellDate of Death: 26/10/1917Cemetery: Hooge Crater CemeteryRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Number: 70061Census Years: — Other Information: Son of Mrs. Louisa Cockerell, of 28, Church St., Dorking, Surrey.

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James Friday

Place Of Birth: DorkingFather: James FridayDate of Death: 25/09/1915Age Actual: 21Cemetery: Loos MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 8th BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Number: 10957Census Years: — Other Information: Son of James Friday, of 32, Orchard Road, Dorking, Surrey.

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Clarence Edward Sanders

Date of Death: 14/10/1917Age Actual: 19Cemetery: Tyne Cot MemorialRank: PrivateService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1st BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Number: 11122Census Years: — Other Information: Step brother of Mr. W. G. Dudeney, of 1, New St., Maldon, Essex.

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Harry Corbett

Father: William Vears CorbettDate of Death: 23/07/1916Cemetery: Thiepval MemorialRank: Second LieutenantService Type: ArmyBattalion, sub-unit or ship: 1st BattalionRegiment/Unit: Devonshire RegimentService Record: General Register Ofiice Index of Births: Born June Quarter 1892, Registered at Staines. Census [1901]: pupil aged 8 attending St John's College, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex: [1911] aged 19, undergraduate at Oxford, at home with his widowed mother Fanny, St Mary's, Dunmow Hill, Fleet, Hampshire. SDGW: KiA. Soldiers' Medal Rolls: States that he disembarked 'prior to 11 May 1915'; and that he was awarded the Victory Medal 1914-18, the British War Medal 1914-18, and the 1914-15 Star. Middlesex Chronicle: 'Lt Harry Corbett of the 3rd Devon Regt attached to the Gloucester Regt was killed on the night of July 22-23rd. Only son of the late William Vears Corbett, Staines he was educated at Hurstpierpoint, Sussex and at Wadham College, Oxford where he took his B.A. degree with honours in Modern History. He was wounded at Ypres and after recovering returned to the front for the big push'Census Years: — Other Information: Not Commemorated on Spelthorne's community Memorials