Lest We Forget
"At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them"
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World War I (1914-1918)
|Harding||James||3 Oct 1885||27-Sep-1918||Killed in action in France (aged 33) Buried: Sauchy-Cauchy Cemetery|
|Mason||Charles||1891||Pte Mason attached to the Royal Sussex Regiment was awarded the Military Medal.|
|Mason||Alfred||16 Jun 1899||20-Jun-1982||Duke of York's Own Loyal Suffolk Hussars Yeomanry|
|Sandford||Frederick||1891||25-Jun-1917||Son of Mr. W. Sandford, of Fern Lodge, Belchamp Walter, Sudbury, Suffolk.
Enlisted: Sudbury, Suffolk. Service No: 33835; Acting Bombardier, Royal Garrison Artillery, 90th Heavy Bty. Buried: La Plus Douve Farm Cemetery
|Vigus||William George||1898||1991||Served on HMS Colossus stationed at Scapa Flow.|
World War II (1939-1945)
|Bird||Winslow||14-Aug-1908||02-Jun-1981||Gunner 2nd RCA Carleton-York Division. Served in United Kingdom, Holland, Central Mediterrean area and North West area.|
|Harding||Norman Mckie||10-Jul-1919||17-Mar-2001||Sapper #2091346 Royal Engineers (Reported missing Jul 17 1940 following Dunkirk evacuation later rejoined unit)|
|Harding||William||1921||1944||Served with 273738, Reconnaissance Corps, R.A.C. attd. 81 West African Div., West African Reconnaissance Regiment, R.W.A.F.F.
Killed in Burma (now Myanmar). Buried: Rangoon Memorial Cemetery
|Sheppard||Don Lew (Captain)||10-Mar-1915||14-Mar-1998||Served with Lincoln & Welland Regiment|
|Sheppard||Sidney William||10-Aug-1913||27-Feb-1991||Served with Royal Canadian Ordance Corps|
|Sheppard (Coburn)||Helen Jean||14-May-1913||10-Apr-1975||Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps in Italy|
For more information on War Graves visit the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
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