England expected every man to do his duty. We remember those who fell doing that duty on this day in history



Lieutenant Colonel Edward Seton Chance, 29th May 1918, Grasemere

Edward Seton Chance

Captain Philip Thompson, 23rd May 1918, St Oswald’s, Guiseley

Philip Thompson

Guiseley   Guiseley


Lance Corporal L A Smith, 13th May 1918, Orpington All Saints

L A Smith

Guy Clifton Davis, 11th May 1918, Orpington All Saints

Guy Clifton Davis

Orpington All Saints    1918 May 11th

Captain Leslie George Carr (MC), 27th April 1918, Ladywell Cemetery

Leslie George Carr

Ladywell   Ladywell


2nd Lieutenant Reuben Addison Mangin, 7th April 1918, Ripon Cathedral

2nd Lieutenant Reuben Addison Mangin

Driver A. Murphy, 2nd February 1918, Brockley Cemetery

Driver A. Murphy

Brockley Cemetery   Brockley Cemetery

Boy Artificer H. E. Dilnutt, 30th January 1918, Abney Park

Boy Artificer H. E. Dilnutt

Abney Park  Abney Park

Private G. Cole, 27th January 1918, Abney Park Cemetery

Private G. Cole

Abney Park  Abney Park (2)

Wheeler H. White, January 21st 1918, Old Camberwell Cemetery

Wheeler H. White, Old Compton

Old Camberley Cemetery  SONY DSC

H. W. Atkinson, 2nd January 1918, Fewston

H W Atkinson, 2nd January 1918, Fewston

Fewston  Fewston