Laindon - C-G

By Ken Porter

Alfred James Curtis – 3rd Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) – Private – 15739 – Died of Wounds 12th May 1917 age 21 – Cemetery, Struma Military, Greece – Victory and British War Medals – Son of Alfred and Louisa Curtis, Northunberland Avenue, Laindon.

George Danzig – 2nd Battalion, Leicester Regiment – Lance Corporal – 11597 – Killed in Action 25th September 1915 age 26 – 1914/15 Star, Victory and British War Medals – Brother of Mrs Emma Tyler, Resthaven, Elizabeth Drive, Laindon – Loos Memorial, France.

Alfred Sydney Douglas – Royal Navy, HMS Aboukia – Stoker 1st Class – K15466 – Killed or died as direct result of enemy action 22nd September 1914 age 26 – 1914 Star, Victory and British War Medals – Husband of Eleanor da Douglas, 139 Bristol Road, Forest Gate, London – Chatham Memorial, St Nicholas Church Memorial.

Arthur George Douglas – 10th Battalion, Essex Regiment – Private – 13906 – Died of wounds 20th April 1916 age 25 – Cemetery, La Neuville Communal, France - 1914/15 Star, Victory and British War Medals – Son of Alexandra and Emily Douglas 60 Selwyn Road, Upton Manor, Plaistow and brother of Alfred above – St Nicholas War Memorial.

Bernard Dove – Born Laindon - A Company 2nd Battalion, Essex Regiment – Private – 40171- Killed in action 23rd October 1916 age 23 – Cemetery, Guards, France – Victory and British War Medals – Son of Joseph and Jane Dove, 21 Cowley Road, Ilford.

John Charles Fowler – 15th Field Company, Royal Engineers – Sapper – 552839 – died 6th March 1919 age 29 – Cemetery, Ath Communal, Belgium – Victory and British War Medals – Son of John and Mary Fowler, Fairoak, New Century Road, Laindon and brother of William below – St Nicholas Church Memorial.

William George Fowler – 3rd London Field Company, Royal Engineers – Sergeant – Died of wounds 13th March 1915 age 35 – Cemetery, Ypres Town Extension, Belgium – Victory and British War Medals – Son of John and Mary Fowler, Fairoak, New Century Road, Laindon and brother of John above – St Nicholas Church Memorial.

Harry George Francis – Border Regiment – Private – 28274 – Killed in action 2nd December 1917 age 26 – Victory and British War Medals – Husband of Ellen Francis (formerly Davison), Sunnyside, Vowler Road, Laindon – Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium and St Nicholas Church Memorial.

Frank Arthur French – Born Laindon – 59th Battalion, Australian Infantry – Died of wounds 19th March 1917 age 26 – Cemetery, Pozieres British, France - Victory and British War Medals – Son of Robert and Florence Rose French, Brewitts Farm, Laindon – St Nicholas Church Memorial and Shoebury War Memorial

Thomas Garnish – Born Laindon – 24th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers – Private – G/51222 – Killed in action 29th April 1917 age 33 – Victory and British War Medals – Son of late M and Mrs Garnish and Husband of Mrs T Garnish, Maldon Road, Southend. – Arras Memorial, France and St Nicholas Church. 

This page was added by Ken Porter on 17/09/2014.
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