Wagstaff A Pte 11472 3rd Coldstream Guards

Wagstaff A Pte 11472 3rd Coldstream Guards

WAGSTAFF, ALFRED, Private, No. 11472, 3rd Battn. Coldstream Guards, 4th s. of William Wagstaff, of Thorpe, near Thrapston, Northampton, by his wife, Emily Ann, dau. of Kidman Giddings, of Long Stow, Cambs.; b. Thorpe, co. Northants, 14 Sept. 1891; educ. Lilford School, near Oundle; worked in copper sheds on L. & N.W.R. at Birmingham; enlisted, 5 Sept. 1914; went to France, 28 Jan. 1915, and was killed in action at Vermelles, 30 Sept. 1915; unm. His four brothers, Samuel, William, Albert Kidman, and Jack, and a nephew, Reginald R. Wagstaff, are (1916) all on active service.

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Vincent W Pte 6540 3rd Coldstream Guards

Vincent W Pte 6540 3rd Coldstream Guards

VINCENT, WILLIAM, Private, No. 6540, 3rd Battn. Coldstream Guards, eldest s. of William Offer Vincent, of Garsdon, by his wife, Fanny, dau. of Charles Vincent; b. Garsdon, co. Wilts, 6 May, 1883; educ. Lea National School; enlisted 8 Jan. 1906, and was killed in action at Villers Cotteretts, 1 Sept. 1914, being buried at Rue de la Reine on the 4th. He m. at Ampeny St. Peter, co. Gloucester, Elizabeth (Garsdon, Malmesbury, Wilts), dau. of Edwin Wheeler, and had issue : Francis William, b. 17 July, 1911; William Charles, b. 29 Sept. 1912; and Joan, b. (posthumous) 21 Dec. 1914.

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Turner F O Pte 11420 3rd Coldstream Guards

Turner F O Pte 11420 3rd Coldstream Guards

TURNER, FRANCIS OLIVER, Private, No. 11420, No. 1 Coy. 3rd Battn. Coldstream Guards, only s. of Frederick George Turner, of Briningham, Melton Constable, Norfolk, Clerk in Time and Wages Department, Midland and G. N. Joint Railways, by his wife, Ellen Maria, dau. of John Oliver, of Thornage, Norfolk ; b. Briston, co. Norfolk, 17 Aug. 1894; educ. Norfolk C. C. School, Melton Constable, and on leaving there entered the service of the M. & G. N. Joint Railways as an apprentice in the Boiler-making trade in Oct. 1908. On the outbreak of war he enlisted, 2 Sept. 1914, and after three months’ training at Caterham and Windsor, was sent to France on 22 Dec. and was in the trenches before 1 Jan. 1915. He was killed in action at Cuinchy brickfields 2 Feb. following, and was buried in the British cemetery between La Bassée Canal and the Railroad; unm.

Turner E H Pte 6226 3rd Coldstream Guards

Turner E H Pte 6226 3rd Coldstream Guards

TURNER, ERNEST HERBERT, Private, No. 6226, 3rd Battn. Coldstream Guards, s. of Ernest Turner, of No. 6, Howard Terrace, Bank Top, Bedlington, Northumberland, by his wife, Elizabeth Ann, dau. of Henry Hyatt; b. Oxford, 14 July, 1886; educ. Broomhill Colliery School was a Miner; enlisted in the Coldstreams, 30 May, 1905; went to France, 10 Aug. 1914, and was killed in action at Soupir, 16 Sept. 1914. He m. at Bedlington Parish Church, 3 Jan. 1914, Margaret Harrison (1, Cragg’s Buildings, Bedlington, Bank Top, Northumberland), dau. of Isaac Nicholson, of Bedlington; s.p.

Turner B G Pte 11833 1st Coldstream Guards

Turner B G Pte 11833 1st Coldstream Guards

TURNER, BERNARD GEORGE, Private, No. 11833, Maxim Gun Section, 1st Battn. Coldstream Guards, only s, of John William Turner, of The Gables, Bledlow Ridge, co. Bucks, Schoolmaster, by his wife, Emily, dau. of David Hainsworth; b. Bledlow Ridge, Wallingford, 28 Nov. 1894; educ. High Wycombe Grammar School, and after leaving there won in open competition a post under the London County Council, and was serving in the Fire Brigade Department when war was declared in Aug. 1914. He volunteered shortly after and joined the Coldstream Guards in Sept. and left for the Western Front in Jan. ; he was attd. there to the Maxim Gun Section, and was killed in action on Hill 70, at Vermeilles, 27 Sept. 1915, being shot through the heart; unm.

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Turner A Pte 3894 3rd Coldstream Guards

TURNER, ARTHUR, No. 3894, 3rd Battn.Coldstream Guards; enlisted 15 Nov. 1900; served in South Africa, 26 Nov. 1901, to 6 Oct. 1902 (Queen’s medal with three clasps, “Cape Colony” “South Africa, 1901,” “1902″), and with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from 26 Aug. 1914; was reported missing after the fighting at Rentel on 12 Nov. following, and is now assumed to have been killed in action on or about that date.

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Tune J S Pte 5435 1st Coldstream Guards

Tune J S Pte 5435 1st Coldstream Guards

TUNE, JOHN SKERROW, Private, No. 5435, 1st Battn. Coldstream Guards, s. of the late John Tune; b. Birmingham, 23 April, 1882; educ. Sherborne Road Board School there; enlisted 22 Feb. 1901; was reported missing after the fighting at Givenchy, Belgium, and later to have been killed in action, 22 Dec. 1914. Tune had the Good Conduct Badge granted, 22 Feb. 1906. He m. at Birmingham, 1910, Sarah Ann (16, Eastbourne Terrace, Herbert Road, Small Heath, Birmingham), eldest dau. of the late William Smith, of 32, Frazier Street, Oldburn, Staffs, and had three children: Rosina May, b. 3 Dec. 1910; Olive Florence Ada, b. 8 July, 1912, and Beatrice Maud, b. 15 April, 1915.

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Tudball T J Pte 5499 1st Coldstream Guards

TUDBALL, THOMAS JOHN, Private, No. 5499, 1st Battn. Coldstream Guards, s. of John Tudball, of Bench Cottage, West Harwood, Timberscombe, near Dunster, co. Somerset, Farm Labourer, by his wife, Anna; b. Timberscombe aforesaid, 25 Dec. 1884; educ. Endowed Church School there; was a Farm Labourer and Ploughman; enlisted in the Coldstreams in 29 March, 1904; served with the Expeditionary Force in France, 21 Aug. to 21 Dec. 1914, and from 9 Jan. 1915; and was killed in action at Givenchy, 25 Jan. 1915.

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Tovey F J Pte 10724 1st Coldstream Guards

TOVEY, FREDERICK JOHN, Private, No. 10724, 1st Battn. Coldstream Guards, s. of John Tovey, of Walk Cottages, Heythorpe, co. Oxon, Farm Labourer, by his wife, Jane, dau. of Reuben Stanger; b. Milton under Wychwood, co. Oxon, 22 Oct. 1898; educ. Village School there; enlisted in the Coldstreams, 1914 at Coventry; served with the Expeditionary Force in France, etc., and was reported missing, 25 Jan. 1915 and is now assumed to have been killed in action about that date.

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Tollemache B D 2nd Lt 1st Coldstream Guards

 

Tollemache B D 2nd Lt 1st Coldstream Guards

TOLLEMACHE, BEVIL DOUGLAS, 2nd Lieut., 1st Battn. Coldstream Guards, eldest s. of the Hon. Douglas Alfred Tollemache, of Southbeach, Felixstowe, by his wife, Alice Mary, dau. of the late John Heath, and grandson of John, 1st Baron Tollemache; b. Melton, Wood- bridge, co. Suffolk, 11 April, 1889; educ. Wixenford and Eton; gazetted 2nd Lieut. to the Special Reserve of the 1st Coldstream Guards, 15 Aug. 1914; left for France in Oct., and was killed in action at Givenchy on the morning of 22 Dec. following: unm.

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