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1 34574 Lance Corporal Charles Edward Hill, 8th Bttn Border Regiment was killed in the Great War on 19 April 1918. He is buried in Meteren Military Cemetery. Charles originally joined the Royal Engineers 12 April 1917, service number 85698.

Derbyshire Times Obituary:- Mr & Mrs J.E. Hill of Old Brampton have received a notification from the War Office stating their only son , Lance Cpl. C. E. Hill was killed in action on April 19th. Signaller W. Gill writes that he was killed instantly by a shell which came into his billet near the line. He suffered no pain. Lance-Corporal Hill enlisted in April 1917, and was attached to the Royal Engineers. He was afterwards transferred to the 8th Border Regiment at Liverpool and with them went to France in April 1918. He was 19 on April 16th 1918. Before enlisting he assisted his father in his business as a Joiner and wheelwright. 
HILL, Charles Edward (I1397)
 
2 40727 Lance Corporal 91st Field Company, Royal Engineers.
Posted to France 10 July 1915
Posthumously awarded 1914-15 Star; British War Medal 1914-19 and Victory Medal 
SYDDALL, Sydney Cecil (I1403)
 
3 Alfred is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 10 C 10 D and 11 A. BRADY, Alfred (I1443)
 
4 Almost all of the hospitals at Rouen remained there for practically the whole of the war. They included eight general, five stationary, one British Red Cross, one labour hospital, and No. 2 Convalescent Depot.
A number of the dead from these hospitals were buried in other cemeteries, but the great majority were taken to the city cemetery of St. Sever.
In September 1916, it was found necessary to begin an extension.
3,083 Soldiers are buried in the cemetery. 
LACK, Herbert (I1433)
 
5 Almost all of the hospitals at Rouen remained there for practically the whole of the war. They included eight general, five stationary, one British Red Cross, one labour hospital, and No. 2 Convalescent Depot.
A number of the dead from these hospitals were buried in other cemeteries, but the great majority were taken to the city cemetery of St. Sever.
In September 1916, it was found necessary to begin an extension.
The cemetery extension contains 8,348 commonwealth burials.
Grave: Q. V. H. 6. 
WAIN, Matthew Henry (I1565)
 
6 Although John's father is recorded as Godfrey Revell in the baptism record, and there is no other obvious candidate, I cannot be sure he is attached to the correct family here. The is another John baptised in 1677 with both parents named in the registration, but no burial record for the older brother. REVELL, John (I736)
 
7 Arthur is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.
The memorial commemorates 35,000 servicemen who died between 1916-1918 and have no known grave. All were killed in the Arras area. 
DOVINSON, Arthur Edward (I1587)
 
8 Attested 13 February 1915 in Chesterfield.
Private 3918 6th Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Appointed Lance Corporal 4 March 1915 but reverted to Private at his own request 20 April 1915.
Posted to France 4 March 1916. Killed in action 1 July 1916
Posthumously awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal. 
JACKSON, Henry (I1498)
 
9 Attested 2 September 1914 in Chesterfield. Walter is shown with the Leicestershire Regiment, North Staffordshire Regiment and the Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment. He had two Service numbers: 20188, and later 48707.
He was promoted to Corporal in December 1914, and to Sergeant on 8 February 1915. He reverted to the rank of Private at his own request on 21 August 1915, but was again promoted Corporal in September that year. By November 1915 he was once again Promoted to the rank of Sergeant.
In 1918 he once again requested to revert to the rank of Private.
Walter served in the UK from 2 September 1914 to 10 August 1917. He was posted to Mesopotamia from 11 August 1917 until he was killed in action on 21 July 1918. 
SIDDALL, Walter (I1544)
 
10 Attested in Chesterfield 1 Sept 1914.
Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Transferred to Royal Marine Light Infantry on 16 Sept 1914.
Killed in action during the Battle of the the Ancre 13 Nov 1916. 
BUXTON, Walter (I1492)
 
11 Attested in Chesterfield 21 January 1915.
Private 24144 (later 3629) 6th Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Posted to Northern France 24 February 1917. (Embarked at Southampton for Le Havre)
Served with trench mortar battery.
Killed in action 29 September 1917.
Posthumously awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal. 
BRADY, James (I1449)
 
12 Attested in Chesterfield on 2 February 1915.
Private 241234 6th Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Promoted to Lance Corporal 5 November 1915, but reverted to Private at his own request 26 August 1916.
Posted to France 26 February 1917 after 3 weeks home leave.
Killed in action 27 April 1917.
Posthumously awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal. 
ALTON, Albert Demain (I1450)
 
13 Attested in Chesterfield on 20 February 1915.
Private 3976 6th Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Posted to Northern France 18 March 1916 and deployed to the field on 5 April 1916.
Killed in action on 1 July 1916.
Posthumously awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal. 
BERRIDGE, William (I1437)
 
14 Attested in Chesterfield on 22 February 1915.
Private 3985 6th Battalion Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Posted to Northern France 4 Mar 1916.
Wounded 23 May 1916 and returned to action on recovery.
Killed in action 1 July 1916. The first day of the battle of the Somme.
Posthumously awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal. 
BRADY, Alfred (I1443)
 
15 Attested in Chesterfield on 4 July 1913 and assigned as Private 3643 to the 3rd Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment. (Later served in 10th Battalion).
His service records are in poor condition but it is clear he served virtually the entire wartime period and that his final months were not without incident. He went absent without leave between 20-24 April 1918. He was subsequently tried by Court Martial on a charge of Desertion and acquitted, though found guilty of absence without leave and sentenced to 28 days.
On 15 August 1918 he was gassed and subsequently hospitalised in Rouen where he died of wounds on 27 August.
He was posthumously awarded the British War Medal and the Victory Medal. His 1914 - 1915 Star was withdrawn because he was still considered a deserter. 
WAIN, Matthew Henry (I1565)
 
16 Attested in Sheffield on 11 september 1914.
Private 12/429 Yorkshire and Lancashire Regiment (Sheffield Battalion).
Posted to the Mediterranean Theatre from 20 December 1915 to 9 March 1916.
Posted to the British Expeditionary Force in Northern France on 10 March 1916.
Hospitalised in Rouen suffering from Septicaemia, he died on 6 July 1916.
Posthumously awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal. 
LACK, Herbert (I1433)
 
17 Birth date derived from England and Wales death index MOSLEY, Herbert B (I1607)
 
18 Cause of death: Scarlet Fever ADDY, Joseph (I2167)
 
19 Charles is commemorated on the Thiepval memorial.
The memorial commemorates those with no known grave killed in the battles of the Somme between 1915 - 1918.
72,195 names are recorded on the memorial in addition to the vast numbers recorded on individual headstones. 
NEWNS, Charles (I1419)
 
20 Commemorated on the Arras Memorial.
The memorial commemorates 35,000 servicemen who died between 1916-1918 and have no known grave. All were killed in the Arras area. 
BERRESFORD, Harry (I1428)
 
21 Commemorated on the Arras Memorial.
The memorial commemorates 35,000 servicemen who died between 1916-1918 and have no known grave. All were killed in the Arras area. 
LILLEY, George Henry (I1525)
 
22 Corporal 241291 6th Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Attested at Chesterfield.
Killed in action on the Somme 27 April 1917.
Posthumously awarded British War Medal and Victory Cross.
I can find no further service details at this time.
 
GAUNT, Joseph Edward (I1479)
 
23 Died in Walton Hospital BOLER, George Henry (I1956)
 
24 Edward remarried in 1907, his housekeeper Florence Knowles. She appears to have been widowed with children though for the moment I cannot find details. Refer to the 1901 census. They appear in 1911 with a further child. GAUNT, Edward Bacon (I1483)
 
25 Elizabeth and her son are with her sisters. Her Husband Henry is in Nottingham, probably following work opportunities. Family F373
 
26 Elizabeth kept a memoir throughout her adult life. It was written secretly and hidden from her family.

You can see more of this unique document here: http://www.mosleyfamilies.net/histories/elizabeth-webster/ 
WEBSTER, Elizabeth (I2911)
 
27 Enlisted on 4 December 1916 in Derby, and mobilised on 1 March 1917.
Lance Corporal 79673 9th Battalion Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment.
Posted to France and Flanders 6 June 1917. Embarked at Folkestone for Boulogne.
Died of Wounds 6 October 1917.
Posthumously awarded British War Medal and Victory Medal. 
BUXTON, Frederick Henry (I1487)
 
28 Enlisted in Chesterfield on 13 October 1914 and attested to the Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment. Private 2768/240722.
His service records are relatively complete and show he suffered bouts of illness as well as gunshot and shrapnel wounds. He made several tours of duty in Northern France.
Missing in action 21 March 1918.
Posthumously awarded the British War Medal, the Victory Medal and the 1914-15 Star.
 
DOVINSON, Arthur Edward (I1587)
 
29 Enlisted in Derby on 19 September 1914
Sergeant 7407 11th Battalion, Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Forester) Regiment.
Enlisted as a Private, was promoted to Corporal on 1 October 1914. Promoted to Sergeant on 22 July 1916.
Served in Northern France from 27 August 1915.
Posthumously awarded the British War Medal, 1914-15 Star and the Victory Medal. 
HOPKINSON, William (I1508)
 
30 Family address recorded on service records. Family F350
 
31 Family name and Fathers name not readable Maria (I691)
 
32 Family name from marriage record and not easily legible, might not be correct SOVE, Maria (I827)
 
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I3202)
 
34 Grave I. A. 44
The village of Templeux-le-Guerard was taken by the allies in April 1917 and held until 21 March 1918 when the Germans attacked. It was retaken on 18 September 1918.
131 Soldiers are buried at this site.
Over 750 further casualties are buried in the nearby Templeux-le-Guerard British Cemetery. 
ALTON, Albert Demain (I1450)
 
35 Grave III. A. 2.
This cemetery was used by the 20th and the 43rd clearing stations from June 1916 to May 1917.
The cemetery contains 1266 Commonwealth war burials.
 
LOVETT, John H (I1539)
 
36 Grave reference: 1. L. 44
Albert Communal Cemetery Extension was used by fighting units and by field ambulances from 1915 to November 1916. There are 887 casualties buried there.

 
HOPKINSON, William (I1508)
 
37 Grave reference: XIV. F. 24. BRANSON, Samuel (I1462)
 
38 Grave: A. 24. 2. LACK, Herbert (I1433)
 
39 Harry had been hospitalised in Rouen after being gassed. WAIN, Matthew Henry (I1565)
 
40 Harry is commemorated on the Thiepval memorial.
The memorial commemorates those with no known grave killed in the battles of the Somme between 1915 - 1918.
72,195 names are recorded on the memorial in addition to the vast numbers recorded on individual headstones. 
JACKSON, Henry (I1498)
 
41 Harry is commemorated on the Vis en Artois Memorial.
The memorial commemorates those with no known grave killed in the area during the capture of Haucourt in early August 1918, until the Armistice. 9813 names of those killed but who have no known grave, are inscribed on the memorial. 
TROTH, Harry (I1409)
 
42 Herbert died of Septicaemia contracted while serving in the trenches.
His records show he was hospitalised at Rouen where his condition deteriorated and he died on 6 July 1916. 
LACK, Herbert (I1433)
 
43 I can find no birth record for William in the Chesterfield registration district. And census records giving his birthplace are inconsistent.

His record on the CWGC memorial site show his place of birth as Brampton, and his effects were returned to his mother, Elizabeth A Burrows. 
BURROWS, William (I2956)
 
44 Illegitimate VRIM, George (I2386)
 
45 Information from burial record. OATES, Elizabeth (I1602)
 
46 James is probably commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, but for the moment I can find no confirmation. BRADY, James (I1449)
 
47 John enlisted in Derby with the Lincolnshire Regiment. His regimental number was 50815. He later transferred to the 15th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers. (regimental number 55057)
He was posthumously awarded the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.
His service records appear to have been lost. 
REANEY, John Henry (I1556)
 
48 John enlisted with the 6th Battalion Nottinghamshire and Derby (Sherwood Foresters) Regiment on 11 February 1915 in Chesterfield. His regimental service number was 3905.
John had previously served in the 3rd Battalion probably prior to the War.
He was posted to Northern France on 10 November 1915.
Posthumously awarded the British War Medal, Victory Medal, and the 1914-15 Star. 
LOVETT, John H (I1539)
 
49 John enlisted with the US Army on 25 June 1942 and trained in Florida as a radar mechanic. HILL, John Joseph (I140)
 
50 Joseph is commemorated on the Thiepval memorial.
The memorial commemorates those with no known grave killed in the battles of the Somme between 1915 - 1918.
72,195 names are recorded on the memorial in addition to the vast numbers recorded on individual headstones. 
GAUNT, Joseph Edward (I1479)
 

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