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Arthur Chessall
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Isaac Gratwicke
Peter Gratwicke
Alfred Hide
Charles Howell
John Huntley
Arthur Kennard
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Bernard Laker
Frederick Laker
Frederick Lewry
Philip Mitchell
Thomas Owen
William Parsons
Charles Rapley
Charles Roberts
Arthur Rush
William Sayers
Alec Shoubridge
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Frank Simmons
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Albert Welcome
Frederick Whitner
James Willis

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Charles Bourne
Alexander Buller
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Richard Corbet-Ward
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Norman Gratwicke
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Harry Jones
Charles Knight
Frank Knight
John Lawson
Lawrence Moore
James Steadman
Herbert Turk
Charles Wieland
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Southwater War Memorial


Name Arthur RUSH
Regiment Private 4th Royal Dragoon Guards ( Royal Irish) a Cavalry regiment
Died 24th August 1914
Age 21
Family Arthur was born in Kingsfold in 1892 and in 1911 was at Preston Military Barracks, Lewes Road, Preston, Brighton.
as part of the 438-strong Regiment of Dragoon Guards
He was recorded as being the nephew of Mrs Emily Barker of Southwater being the child of Patience, her sister.
Emily Barker née Chantler and her husband Thomas George Barker lived at the Station Stores, Worthing Road, Southwater (now Londis) and were later buried in Southwater Churchyard.
Cemetery La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial
The La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial commemorates nearly 4,000 officers and men of the British Expeditionary Force who died in August, September and the early part of October 1914 and who have no known grave. The monument consists of a rectangular block of stone, 62 feet by 30 feet and 24 feet high, with the names of the dead engraved on stone panels on all sides of the monument. The monument is surmounted by a sarcophagus and a trophy carved in stone. At the four corners of the pavement are stone piers with urns, carved with the coats of arms of the Empire. No. of Identified Casualties 3738

La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial, FRANCE