Ceremony Plans

Charles Nesfield Andrewes
Frederick Balchin
Henry Bennett
Charles Bradford
William Burgess
Arthur Chessall
James Compton
Aldwyn Custance
Charles Deacon
Frank Eames
George Fuggles
Isaac Gratwicke
Peter Gratwicke
Alfred Hide
Charles Howell
John Huntley
Arthur Kennard
Henry Kensett
Sidney Kensett
Bernard Laker
Frederick Laker
Frederick Lewry
Philip Mitchell
Thomas Owen
William Parsons
Charles Rapley
Charles Roberts
Arthur Rush
William Sayers
Alec Shoubridge
Thomas Shoubridge
Frank Simmons
James Standing
Albert Welcome
Frederick Whitner
James Willis

Frederick Boniface
Charles Bourne
Alexander Buller
John Corbet-Ward
Richard Corbet-Ward
Alfred Godward
Norman Gratwicke
Vivian Hughes
Harry Jones
Charles Knight
Frank Knight
John Lawson
Lawrence Moore
James Steadman
Herbert Turk
Charles Wieland
Richard Wykes

Click here to visit the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.

Contact us

Southwater War Memorial


Name Philip MITCHELL
Regiment Sapper 96403 156th Field Coy Royal Engineers
Died 6th June 1916.
Age 40
Cemetery Vermelles British Cemetry, FRANCE III.D.22
Family Philip was born in 1876 at Copsale
His younger brother Alfred had earlier been buried age 5 months at Southwater Church in 1875 and his younger brother Albert was baptised here in 1878
He joined the army and served in India, earning the Punjab Frontier 1897-98 medal

He went to South Africa during the Boer War where he earned the Queen's 1902 Orange Free State Medal He married at Lambeth in 1904 as a railway labourer to Amy Sullivan. In 1911 he was a platelayer living at 28 Larch Road, Balham.

Vermelles British Cemetery, FRANCE