BURIALS NOT ALSO ON A BOROUGH MEMORIAL

The names of most of the victims of the Great War commemorated in the Borough appear on at least one memorial. Some of those buried within the Borough have a gravestone to mark their grave, and also have their name on a memorial. The men listed below have a gravestone, but are not commemorated anywhere else within the Borough.

SURNAME NAME RANK NUMBER AGE DATE DIED WHERE DIED BURIED
Andrewartha William Pte 2403 22 16/10/1914 Grandstand Epsom Cem D 220A
Bates JTG Sub-Lt   42 17/11/1918 Home Epsom Cem A 336
Buchanan Edmond Cpl 686 23 23/10/1914 Grandstand Epsom Cem D 220A
Caldwell John RSM 50531 37 17/12/1917 Horton Epsom Cem B 180A
Chandler George Bmd 239603 35 23/02/1919   St Marys churchyard
Ellis HD SgtMjr 2945 49 18/10/1918 Horton Epsom Cem B 185A
Girling C Pte 94208   05/09/1918 Home Epsom Cem D 336
Grinter GH Bmd 9483 49 18/06/1919 Ctg Hosp Ep Epsom Cem H 139A
Jacques Herbert Joseph Pte 266322 37 12/12/1917 Epsom Downs St Marys churchyard
Johnston Jonathan Locke CaptQms   31 03/11/1918 Horton Epsom Cem D 531
Oppenheimer Kennith Pte M2/054824 28 19/07/1915 Middx hospital St Marys churchyard
Pirie George Laurence 2Lt   39 16/05/1915 Kensington Epsom Cem A 404
Potterton Ted Pte 152831 27 07/11/1917 Purfleet Epsom Cem D 481
Prosser John Lt     28/12/1917 Horton Epsom Cem D 482
Simms Thomas Pte 9101   17/10/1914 Grandstand Epsom Cem D 220A
Smith Charles Jonsing Capt     20/12/1919   St Marys churchyard
Thornton WJ Pte 15463 39 5/10/1917 Long Grove Epsom Cem F 256A

You may also be interested in our Other WW1 Epsom and Ewell Linked Fatalities page



 Art
 Family History
 Health
 Map
 Nature
 People
 Places
 Society
 Sources
 Technology
 Trade
 Transport
 War Memorials

 Contact
 Sitemap
 What's New
 Home

Email:


Donate to The History Centre
War Memorials
War Memorials
All Saints
All Saints
Dipping Well
Dipping Well
Ashley Road
Ashley Road
St Mary's Ewell
St Mary's Ewell
Sgt. Green and the Epsom Riot
Epsom Riot
Soldier's Penny
Soldiers Penny
Woodcote Camp
Woodcote Camp