Banburyshire Family History

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The Roll of Honour is displayed in the Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin

Those who died in the First World War

First World War Memorial from North Aston, Oxfordshire
Complete Roll of Honour - World War 1

World War 1
Roll of Honour

John DORE
Private, 12th Labour Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment Army no. 29200
He died on 21 January 1917 age 33
He was the son of John and Mary Dore of North Aston
He is buried in Grave 8 Plot F Row 3 Calais Southern Cemetery
Albert LEWIS
Private, 5th Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment Army no. 39348
He died on 28 April 1917 age 20
He was the son of Thomas and Emma Lewis of North Aston
He has no known grave but his name appears on Bay 7 of the Arras Memorial
Thomas PAKENHAM KP, MVO, 5th Earl of Longford
Brigadier General, General Staff, Commanding 2nd (South Midland) Mounted Brigade.
He died on 21 August 1915 age 50 in the attack on W Hill
Born in Dublin, he was the son of William Lygon Pakenham, 4th Earl of Longford and the husband of Mary Julia, Countess of Longford, of North Aston Hall.
He is buried in grave Spec Mem E 3 Green Hill Cemetery, Gallipoli, Turkey
James MOBBS
Rifleman, 1st/18th Battalion, London Regiment (London Irish Rifles) Army no. 590364
He died on 7 April 1917 age 20
He was the son of John and Annie Mobbs of North Aston
He has no known grave but his name appears on Panel 54 Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres
Jesse SYKES
Sergeant, New Zealand Training Unit of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Army no. 66738
He died on 17 November 1918 during the great flu epidemic. He was 29 and born in Deddington
He was the son of Henry and Martha Sykes, Lime Kiln Cottages, North Aston and the husband of Jane Rebecca Sykes, 470 Annagh Street, Christchurch, New Zealand.
He is buried in grave 608 Featherston Cemetery, New Zealand
Norman William SYKES
Rifleman, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade Army no. 5790
He died on 1 July 1916 age 20
He was the son of Henry and Martha Jane Sykes, Lime Kiln Cottages, North Aston
He is buried in grave B 5 Thistle Dump Cemetery, High Wood, Longueval
Henry WARD
Probably Henry George WARD
Private, 1st/4th Battalion, Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Army no. 4715
He died on 23 July 1916 age 17
He was the son of Henry George and Emily Ward of Old Marston, Oxford.
He is buried in grave I A 28 Pozières British Cemetery, Ovillers la Boiselle
Fred Cecil WOOLGROVE
Corporal, 7th Battalion, The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Army no. 1664
He died on 9 December 1915 age 24
He was the son of Mr and Mrs J Woolgrove of North Aston
He is buried in grave 6 Plot I Row B Corbie Communal Cemetery
Harry WYATT
Private, 364th Company, Base Mechanical Transport Depot (N) Army Service Corps Army no. M/351087
He died on 2 September 1918 age 32 a native of Oxfordshire
He was the son of Harry and Emma Wyatt of North Aston and the husband of Gertrude Eliza Wyatt, Mystole, Chatham, Canterbury
He is buried in grave IV F 4 Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte

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