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who died in World War 1

Parish Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Kings Sutton, Northamptonshire

Henry Walter BEESLEY
Sapper 456th (West Riding) Field Company, Royal Engineers. Army no. 498382
He was killed in action on 25 April 1918.
He was 28
He was the son of Walter and Elizabeth Beesley
Husband of Mary A Beesley, 34 Broad Street, Banbury
He is buried in grave XXVII H 8A Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Near Ypres
Edward CROSS
Private, 1st/5th Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry, 150 Brigade, 50th Division. Army no. 5/3625
He was killed in action on 12 October 1915.
He was 25
He was the son of Walter and Elizabeth Beesley
He is buried in grave C 15 Chapelle d'Armentieres Old Military Cemetery
George Oliver CROSS
Private, 10th (Service) Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment), 62 Brigade, 21st Division. Army no. 25310
He died from his wounds on 26 June 1917.
He was 20
He was the son of James and Emily Cross
He is buried in grave VI E 7 Grevillers British Cemetery, near Bapaume
Horatio Nelson CROSS
Private, 2nd Battalion, The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 5 Brigade, 2nd Division. Army no. 9183
He died from his wounds on 14 March 1915
He was 36
He was the husband of Norah Annie Cross, 247 Westbury Rd, Stockingford, Nuneaton.
He is buried in grave IV A 69 Bethune Town Cemetery in the Somme
Thomas A HUMPHRIES
Private, 10th (Service) Battalion, The Worcestershire Regiment, 57 Brigade, 19th Division. Army no. 20438
He was killed in action on 3 July 1916
He has no known grave but is remembered on pier and face 5A and 6C of the Thiepval Memorial
Notes
He is listed by the Army as being a native of King's Sutton. No trace of his birth has been identified. His initial A is recorded as Allun and Albun
Albert Lawrence JONES
Private, 7th (Service) Battalion, The Duke Of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment), 150 Brigade, 50th Division. Army no. 13825.
He was formerly with The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Army no. 15290
He was killed in action on between 16 and 18 October 1918.
He was 28
He was the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Jones of Bodicote
He is buried in grave B, Pommereuil British Cemetery, near Le Cateau
Thomas MASON
Private, 1st Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment, 2 Brigade, 1st Division. Army no. 7606
He died from his wounds on 19 September 1914.
He was 25
He is buried in grave B 3 Villers en Prayeres Communal Cemetery
Notes
The village of Villers en Prayeres was the site of two Dressing Stations at this time
George MILLS
Private, 1st Battalion, The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 28 Brigade, 7th Indian Division. Army no. 9429
He died probably of a fever on 12 April 1916.
He was 27
He was the husband of Avis Kezia Mills 36, Oxford Road, Cowley
He is buried in grave H 14 Kut War Cemetery, Iraq
Frederick Arthur MOBBS
Private, 1st Battalion, The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 25 Brigade, 7th Indian Division. Army no. 9069
He was killed in action on 9 August 1916
He was the son of Thomas and Georgina Mobbs
He is buried in grave XXI E 31, North Gate War Cemetery, Baghdad
Thomas Marshall MUMFORD
Private, C Company, 5th Battalion, The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 28 Brigade, 7th Indian Division. Army no. 10737
He was killed in action on 4 December 1915.
He was 21
He was the son of Frederick and Hannah Sabrina Bishop, 114 Westbury Rd., Stockingford, Nuneaton.
He is buried in grave C 14 Potijze Chateau Wood Cemetery, near Ypres
Oliver Augustus ROBINSON
Lance Corporal, Machine Gun Corps, Army no. 24608. He was formerly with Princess Alexandra of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment). Army no. 2699.
He was born in King's Sutton
He died in England on 19 September 1917 age 24.
He was the son of Mr and Mrs O A Robbins, Haw Farm, Goring Heath, Reading
He is buried in the churchyard of St Margaret's Church, Mapledurham
Lance Corporal, Machine Gun Corps. Army no. 24608. He was formerly with Princess Alexandra of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment). Army no. 2699.
He was born in King's Sutton
He died on 19 September 1917
He died in England but the cause of death is not known.
He was 36
Notes
This is likely to be Fred Oliver Robinson born in the March Quarter 1881 and registered in the Northampton Registration District but there does not appear to be a formal record of his death in the civilian or the military records


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