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044: September 1995

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6 March 1915 : Rifleman Basil Heathcote Clarke

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6 March 1915 : Rifleman Basil Heathcote Clarke 1/9th Bn Queen Victoria’s Rifles The London Regiment (Territorial Force) Son of Henry (a former journalist from Durban) and Florence (née Clarke) . Educated at Oakfield School, Church End.  At the 1911 Census Basil, age 17, was living at home (17 Burchwood Mansions, Muswell Hill) with his parents an…


23 March 1918: 2nd Lieut. Norman Stanford Agate

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Parents Alfred (a grocer and wine/ale merchant) and Annie (née White). Age 6 at the 1901 Census, Norman was living at home (5 Tower Street, Warblington) with his parents and older brother Charlton, as well as widow Helen Spencer and her son Thomas and servants Kate and Nell.  Educated at Holmsdale House School, Worthing and at Churcher’s Colleg…


2 May 1915 : James Reynolds

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Eldest son of James Reynolds (Solicitor) and Annie (née Lowe) in a family of three.  In 1901, are 8, the family lived of five with two domestic servants at 6 Whitworth Road, Croydon.   Educated a Dulwich College and gained his BA in Law at London University. An article solicitor he enlisted for active service at the outbreak of war. He joined the…