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Other Cambridgeshire Men - Roll of Honour

While trying to record the names of the many men and women who are recorded on the memorials of Cambridgeshire I thought it would be a nice idea to record information about those who have not yet been documented here or do not appear on these memorials but fell during war time. If you have a relation who is not recorded on any of the current memorial pages then they can be listed here as long as they come from Cambridgeshire.

These men and women can be from any war going back in time it could be a modern conflict such as the Falklands War, Korean War going back in time to World War 1 or 2, the Boer War or even the Battle of Waterloo or the like.

World War 1

Surname Forenames Details Town/Village/City

Owen Ellis Augustus

Lt. RFC. Son of William Augustus and Alice Morley Ellis, of 53, Montague Rd., Cambridge. Pilot, 81 Sqn. Scampton, Lincs. Killed in flying accident 3/11/19 17 aged 24; flying an Avro 504J, collided in mid-air with another Avro flown by Lt. Courtenay Patrick Flowerdew Lowson, ex-1st Battn. Rifle Brigade, from Edinburgh, aged 20, also killed - buried at Kinfauns, Perthshire. Allen buried at Cambridge (General) Cem. (6. A. 17).

John Henry Morris

Lt. Col. attd. RAF. Son of the Rev. Henry Arden £Reader in Tamil and Telugu, Cambridge Univ.). Previously of 2nd Battn. Worcs. Regt. and 25 Battn. Northumberland Fusiliers. Served in S. African and Sudan (1912) campaigns. Awarded DSO and twice MiD. Died 22/7/19 18 at Aboukir, Egypt, aged 44, from self-inflicted wounds, while serving with No 3 Cadet Wing RAF. Buried at Hadra, Egypt (B. 71).


2/Lt. RAF; formerly of 3rd Battn. Essex Regt. Son of the Rev. George and Mrs. R. M. Banks. of 1 79, Milton Rd., Cambridge. Born at Willenhall, Staffs. Died 2/6/1918, aged 21, from injuries received 30/5/19 18 in crash of Caudron G. III, while serving as pilot with the Hendon Civil School. Buried at Hampstead, Middx. (F. 8. 65).

Peter Harold

Royal Signal Corps. Resident Cambridge. Age 25. Lost when SS Lisbon Maru sank on the 1st/2nd October 1942



Stanley Gilbert

2/Lt. RFC and RAF ; formerly RAMC. Son of Julia, and the late John Dyson, of 14, Honiley Terrace, Halifax, Yorks. Assistant Master, Halifax Parish Church (Senior Mixed) School, then at Milton Road Council School, Cambridge, from 1/1914: member of National Union of Teachers (Cambridge Assn.). Enlisted in RAMC at Cambridge, 3/1915. Later commissioned and transferred to RFC as observer. To 82 Sqn. 20/3/191 8. Severely wounded in action 30/5/1918, while flying in Armstrong-Whitworth FK.8, with pilot Lt. H. F. Flowers (slightly wounded); as part of bombing formation, attacked by 8 enemy aircraft nr. Corbie, then force-landed behind British lines. Died of severe gunshot wounds to legs at No. 20 CCS, Amiens, 1/6/1918. Buried at Vignacourt (British) Cem. (May well be comm., on a memorial in his home town.)-


EDWARDS Hubert Arthur
Private 26049, "A" Company, 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment (Princess Charlotte of Wales). Enlisted in Royal Ascot. Killed in action 14th November 1916 at Somme, France. Enlisted Ascot, Berkshire. Commemorated on Pier 11, Face D of the Thiepval Memorial, Thiepval, France. Born 27 July 1878, Prickwillow, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, son of Ephraim and Maria Edwards.

William Burnett

755492 Bdr, 251st Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died 15-5-17, age 19. Son of the Rev William & Mary Good, 23 Highfield, Scarborough. Native of Haddenham, Cambs. Buried London Cemetery, Neuville-Vitasse, Pas de Calais, Cambs.



George Mortlock

Bedfordshire Regt. and Lt. RFC (GL). Only son of Arthur William Goode, of the Poplars. Old Chesterton, Cambridge, and the late Angelina Abigail Goode. Killed in action 24/5/1917, while serving as pilot with 43 Sqn., Treizennes; flying Sopwith Strutter, with observer 2/Lt. John Gagne, of Ottawa Ontario, also killed. On a long-range photographic reconnaissance, shot down in flames at Neuvireuil, possibly by Leutnant Karl Allmenroeder of Jasta 11. NKG: Arras Memorial.



Percy Fitzgerald

Rifleman 6326, 1st/12th Battalion, London Regt (The Rangers). Died on Saturday 7th October 1916. Commemorated on Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Pier and Face 9 C.



Thomas McKenny

King's Royal Rifle Corps and Lt. RFC. Son of Professor T. McKenny Hughes and Mary Caroline Hughes, of Cambridge. Served with 1 Sqn. RFC as observer. 1915. Killed in action 5/2/1918, aged 34, while serving as Intelligence Officer, 53 Sqn. RFC, Abeele ; flying as observer in a RE. 8, with pilot 2/Lt. Frank Arthur Lewis (US citizen, from Clapham. S. London, aged 25 - also killed); shot down by machine gun fire from ground during photographic reconnaissance. Buried at Lijssenthoek, Belgium (XXVII. F. F. 9).




85213 AM 3 RFC; No. 5 6 Kite Balloon Section. Younger son of Charles and Elizabeth Lee, of Hingham, Norfolk. Husband of Charlotte Lee, of 19, Ainsworth St., Cambridge. Drowned 31/12/1917, aged 36, when transport HMS Osmanieh hit mine and sank off entrance to Alexandria harbour. Buried at Hadra War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt (F. 26). Not comm., on Hingham War Mem.



Allin Bernard

Royal Signal Corps. Resident Cambridge. Age 21. Lost when SS Lisbon Maru sank on the 1st/2nd October 1942



George John

29913 AM 2 RFC/RAF. Son of George and Emma Moore, of New Chesterton, Cambridge. Husband of Frances Moore, of St. Michael's', 9, Magrath Ave., Cambridge. Died 14/4/1918, aged 42, of appendicitis while serving with 74 Sqn., Clairmarais North. Buried at Ste. Marie, Le Havre, France (Div. 62. III. D. 3).


Pte Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action 19-10-16. Son of Mr & Mrs Nathan Norman, of Wicken.

Thomas Arthur

East Lancs. Regt. and 2/Lt. RAF. Son of Thomas and Mary Nutcombe, of Cambridge. Observer, 101 Sqn., Famechon. Killed in flying accident 2/8. 1918, aged 20, in FE.2b, with pilot Lt. James Bruce Small (from Edinburgh. aged 22, ex-1st/4th Rifle Brigade also killed). Originally buried at Riviere, nr. Abbeville. Re-interred at Crouy, 10/1919 (IV. E. 6).



Alfred William

99950 Sgt. RFC/RAF. Born at Cambridge: son of William Alexander and Ellen Pitkin ; husband of Ethel Maud Pitkin, of 68, Glebe Road, Letchworth, Herts. Trainee pilot at 47 (Training) Sqn., Waddington, Lincs. Killed in flying accident 7/6/19 18, aged 31, in a DH.6 ; mid-air collision with a DH. 9 piloted by 2/Lt. Roy Esworth Heater (from Minto, Iowa, USA, aged 20- also killed ; buried at Lincoln (Newport)). Pitkin buried at St. Mary's Old Churchyard. Bolsover, Derbys. (302).


Pte 1st Beds. Husband of Mrs W H Sennitt, Honeysuckle Cottage, Upware. Killed in action 4-3-15, age 20. Reservist. Son of Mr & Mrs H Sennitt, of Crook Tree Farm.


10752 WRAF. Daughter of Mrs. C. Simmons, of 56, Brookfields, Mill Rd., Cambridge. Died 8/11/1918 while serving at No. 3 Group HQ RAF (Castle Hotel, Cambridge). Buried at Cambridge (Borough) (3468).



William George

5th Battn. Suffolk Regt. and Capt. RFC and RAF. Son of William Frederick and Lydia Thompson, of Brunswick Lodge, Cambridge. Pilot with 41 Sqn., Lealvillers. Killed in action 14/7/191 8, aged 28 ; flying an FE. 8, shot down east of Bapaume, possibly by Vizefeldwebel Oefele, of Jasta 12. Buried atLebucquiere, France (I. E. 4).


Private 35265, 1st/5th Bn. Yorkshire Regiment and died 11 April 1918 in battle. Born and raised in the city of Cambridge. He is buried in the Croix-Du-Bac British Cemetery in Steenwerck Franch Special Memorial E.7. Steenwerck is a village approximately 5 kilometres south-west of Armentieres and a similar distance north-east of Estaires. Croix-du-Bac is a hamlet 3.5 kilometres south of Steenwerck. Son of Edward Stephen Tinsworth and Mary Elizabeth Bailey.
Rifleman 235041 1st/5th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment) and died 20th September 1917. Buried at the Tyne Cot Memorial in Belgium. Panel 31 to 34 and 162 and 162A and 163A. The Tyne Cot Memorial to the Missing forms the north-eastern boundary of Tyne Cot Cemetery, which is located 9 kilometres north east of Ieper town centre, on the Tynecotstraat, a road leading from the Zonnebeekseweg (N332). He was born and raised in the city of Cambridge. Son of Alfred Tinworth and Charlotte Hunt.

Francis Chisholm

2/Lt. RFC. Son of Prof W. H. Young ScD, FRS, and Grace Chishoim Young Ph. D, of Cambridge. MiD. Pilot with 3 Sqn. RFC. Killed in action 14/2/1917, aged 19. flying Morane Type P, with observer 2/Lt. Adam Gower Sutherland de Ross (also killed); during artillery observation patrol, attacked by 8 enemy aircraft at Guedecourt aircraft caught fire and broke up in air. NKG; Arras Memorial.


Local Burials of Non-Cambridgeshire Servicemen


Walter John

136977 AM 2. 119 Sqn. RAF, Wyton. Died 28/10/1918. Buried at Cambridge (Borough) (D. 2616).

Osbert Leveson

2/Lt. RAF. Native of Oakville. Ontario. Son of Maj. E. L. and Mrs. Sybil Maitland Calverley. Pilot with 124 Sqn., Fowlmere. Killed in flying accident 12/7/1918, aged 19; flying a DH.6 (passenger AM1 Percy James Morgan 45361 also killed - buried at Pennfields, Staffs.). Calverley buried at Cambridge (Borough) (C. 3551).

Douglas Bayley

2/Lt. Royal Lancs. Regt. and RFC. 35 Sqn. RFC, Thetford. Killed in flying accident 27/5/1916, as passenger in Henri Farman; pilot 2/Lt. Robert Newman, from Hampstead, Middx., also killed - buried at Hampstead. De Bruyn buried at Cambridge (Borough).

George Albert Victor

Petty Officer Air Mechanic PO/15885, No. 3 Air Wing, HMS "President II", Royal Naval Air Service. May have flown as an observer at Yarmouth AS during 1915-16. Died from disease 15/3/1917. Born 4 December 1892, birth was registered at King's Lynn, Norfolk, in 3rd Quarter 1894. Marriage was registered at Yarmouth in 4th Quarter 1914; wife's surname: Everett. Husband of Mrs. Florence L Cox (nee Everett), 38, Kingston St., Cambridge. Originally enlisted with Royal Marine Light Infantry: Portsmouth Division. IN the 1901 census he was the son of Ephraim H and Kezia Hooks, aged 6, born Lynn, Norfolk, resident 143, Sturton Street, Cambridge. Buried in Cambridge (Borough) Cemetery, Newmarket Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire. Plot D. Grave 5813.

Edward Owen

2/Lt. 6th Battn. King's Liverpool Regt., RFC and RAF. Son of Edward and Phoebe Scarborough, of Can Bank, Milnethorpe, Westmoreland. Pilot with 119 Sqn., Duxford. Killed in flying accident 25/5/191 8, aged 21, flying a BE.2c. Buried at Cambridge (Borough) (C. 3470).


300844 AM 2 RAF. No. 4 Sub-Unit, General Duties Unit, Swaffham, Norfolk. Son of Sarah Eliza Payne (formerly Small), of 8., Coleman St., Southend, and the late James Small. Died 1/11/19 18. of pneumonia, aged 33. Buried at Cambridge (Borough) (D. 26 16).

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