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Lound War Memorial
A THANK-OFFERING FOR VICTORY AND IN MEMORY OF THE MEN OF LOUND WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1919
|James Barber||Albert Edward Parnell served as James Barber Private 3736 of the Suffolk Regt. 4th Batt. He enlisted In Ipswich but was killed in action on the 30th of August 1916 in France and Flanders . He was 29 years of age at the time and he is remembered at Pier and Face 1 C and 2 A. Memorial: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL He was the son of William and Lucy Parnell, of Newgate St , Beccles|
|Charles Cracknell||Charles E. Cracknell Private PLY/18502 of the Royal Marine Light Infantry 1st. R.M. Bn. R.N. Div. was the son og George and Louisa Cracknell of Lound. He died on the 25th of August 1918 and is buried at grave ref. IV. J. 10. Cemetery: GOMMECOURT BRITISH CEMETERY No.2, HEBUTERNE|
|Albert Dixon||Albert V Dixon Gunner 105212 of the Garrison Royal Artillery. Albert was born at Takley, Warwickshire the son of Thomas and Harriett Dixon of Gooderstone, Stoke Ferry, Norflok but was living in Lound. He enlisted at Lowestoft . He died of his wounds in France and Flanders on the 27th of December 1916 aged 38 years. He was the husband of Rosetta Dixon, of 3, Rosemary Lane , Beccles, Suffolk . He is buried at GROVE TOWN CEMETERY , MEAULTE with the grave ref. being II. J. 13|
Ernest James Private 21059 of the Grenadier Guards 4th Batt. Ernest was born in Lound the son of Mr and Mrs A. James of 1, Back Lane, Lound. He enlisted in London but was later killed in action on the 27th of September 1915 in France and Flanders. He is remembered on the Panel 5 to 7. Memorial: LOOS MEMORIAL
Clifford Frederick Cone Private 16719 of the Machine Gun Corps. He was born in Lowestoft but living in Burgh Castle at the time of his death. He was a Brother of Thomas A Cone of Castle House, Burgh Castle, Great Yarmouth. Clifford enlisted at Lowestoft as Private 12099 of the Suffolk Regt. He was 28 when he died of his wounds on the 14th of July 1917 and he is buried at grave ref. IV. O. 35. Cemetery: DUISANS BRITISH CEMETERY, ETRUN
Victor Hugh Crack Private 24707 of the Suffolk Regt. 7th Batt. . Victor was born in Lound and he enlisted at Lowestoft. He died of his wounds on the 12th of October 1916 and is buried at BEAULENCOURT BRITISH CEMETERY, LIGNY-THILLOY grave ref. III. A. 19.
Percival Joseph Cracknell Driver 71669 of the Royal Horse and Field Artillery was born in Lowestoft the son of George and Louisa Cracknell later of The Corner, Lound. He enlisted in Great Yarmouth. Percy died of his wounds in France and Flanders on the 9th of May 1915 aged 21 years and is buried at grave ref. VII. B. 6. Cemetery: KLEIN-VIERSTRAAT BRITISH CEMETERY
James William Durrant Private 9126 of the Suffolk Regt. 7th Batt. James was born in Lound the son of James and Sarah A. Durrant of Lound St, Lound and he enlisted at Lowestoft. He was killed in action on the 3rd of July 1916. He is remembered at the Mash Valley Mem. 29. Cemetery: OVILLERS MILITARY CEMETERY James was 21 years old when he died
James Robert Reeder Private 23469 of the Suffolk Regt. 11th Batt. James was born in Lound the son of Mr and Mrs H. W. Reeder of Lound St., Lound and he enlisted in Lowestoft. He was killed in action on the 27th of October 1918 in France and Flanders. He is buried at CROSS ROADS CEMETERY, FONTAINE-AU-BOIS grave ref. III. A. 17. He was 22 years of age when he died in France and Flanders
Arthur Barnard L/Cpl G/2606 of the Buffs (East Kent Regt.) was born in Burgh Aylsham, Norfolk the son of Mrs Ann Mary Barnard of Oulton, Aylsham, Norwich. He was living in Lound when he enlisted at Lowestoft. Arthur died aged 22 in action on the 18th of November 1916 in France and Flanders and is buried at grave ref. B. 42. Cemetery: STUMP ROAD CEMETERY, GRANDCOURT
IN LIKE MANNER THIS PANEL IS ADDED IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE WORLD WAR 1939-1945
Leonard Thomas Gooch P/KX 93122 Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy, H. M. Submarine Triad was the son of Ernest Henry and Florence Maud Gooch, of Somerleyton, Suffolk. He died aged 26 years on the 20th of October 1940 and is remembered at Panel 42, Column 1. Memorial: PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL
Arthur Walter Gooch T/122376 Driver Royal Army Service Corps. Was the son of Benjamin and Harriett Gooch; Nephew of Mrs F. Sparkes of Great Melton, Norfolk. He died aged 21 years on the 31st of May 1940 and is buried at Plot 1. Row C. Grave 32. Cemetery: DE PANNE COMMUNAL CEMETERY.
Peter William Jeffery Pilot Officer (Pilot) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve was the son of Revd. Alfred Stephen Jeffery, M.R.S.T. the Vicar at Lound, and Barbara Jeffery, of Exmouth, Devon. He was killed aged 22 years on the 26th of February 1941 and is buried at LOUND (ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST) CHURCHYARD.
Shown as William but could possibly be Walter George Laws C/JX 129599 Leading Seaman Royal Navy, H.m. Submarine Odin. He was the son of Walter George and Betha Carrie Laws and husband of Dorothy May Laws of Lound. He died aged 29 years on the 27th of June 2940 and is remembered at 34, 3. Memorial: CHATHAM NAVAL MEMORIAL
John Bertlot Reeder Private 5780969 Royal Norfolk Regt. 6th Batt. Was the son of Alfred and Rose Reeder. He died aged 28 years on the 27th of January 1942 and is shown on Column 52. Memorial: SINGAPORE MEMORIAL
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