13355 Private

J.HADLEY

Worcestershire Regiment

Died 23rd December 1914

 

John died of wounds received in action. His effects were sent to his mother Betsy.

 

G/14182 Private

E. HAILER

East Surrey Regiment

Died 27th January 1917

 

20183 Lance Cpl.

F.HALE

Worcestershire Regiment

Died 1st October 1916 Age 21

 

Never Forgotten

By His Loving Father

Brother & Sister

 

Frederick

Son of William Hale, of 65, St. John's St., Kates Hill, Dudley, Worcs.

L/9896 Private

C. HALL

Royal West Kent Regiment

Died 3rd October 1914

 

Charles was born in Lydenham. He was an assistant fishmonger before the war. His effects were left to his Aunt Edith Jenkins.

G/28563 Private

E.F. HALL

East Surrey Regiment

Died 19th November 1918

 

115539 Pioneer

D.HALLSWORTH

Royal Engineers

Died 9th September 1915

 

17466 Sapper

J.W. HAMILTON

Royal Engineers

Died 17th May 1915

L/14001 Private

H. HAMSTEAD

Royal Fusiliers

Died 29th October 1915 Age 26

 

Husband of Josephine Hamstead, of 59, Artisans Dwellings, Coombe.

76718 Private

A. HANKS

Devonshire Regiment

Died 12th February 1920 Age 37

 

Anthony

Husband of Annie Hanks, of 27, Pershore Rd., Great Hampton, Evesham, Worcs

 

Anthony was in "D" Block

583573 Private

N. HANSLIP

Devonshire Regiment

Died 21st June 1921 Age 36

 

Gone But Not Forgotten

 

Nonus

Husband of Selina Harriett Cooper (formerly Hanslip), of 6, Rumbridge St., Totton, Hants.

1021130 Driver

T.A. HANWELL

Royal Horse artillery

Died 7th August 1921

W/108550 L.SJT

A.M. HARDING

Aux. Territorial Service

Died 5th June 1942 Age 27

 

      Her Husband

Pilot Officer A.G.E. Harding

Was Lost On Air Operations

9th July 1942 Age 29

 

Anita Mary was the daughter of Herbert and Hannah Brown and the wife of Arthur Gordon Edward Harding.

 

 

 

7164 Private

W. HARGREAVES

East Lancashire Regiment

Died 25th January 1915

 

Pte. Hargreaves was really Pte. Langtree. Why he enlisted under another name is a mystery.

He was shot in the head in the trenches and died in Netley leaving a wife and 2 small children.

Burnley Express 27th January 1915.

890 Private

G. HARPER

North Irish Horse

Died 24th May 1915 Age 21

 

Safe In The Arms Of Jesus

 

George

Son of Martha J. Harper, of Corcreevy, Fivemile Town, Co. Tyrone, and the late William Harper.

 

An extract from the Impartial Reporter newspaper about the Trooper’s death was as follows;

 

“His many friends at Fivemiletown, have learned with much regret, of the death of Trooper George Harpur of the North Irish Horse, a resident of Corcreevy, Fivemiletown at Netley Hospital, on May 23 from spinal meningitis.

“Deceased, who was only 19 years of age, went out to France at the beginning of the war, and was through the retreat from Mons and several other engagements before he took ill. He was formerly a member of Cavanaleck LOL 623 and Band and was a section leader in Cavanaleck Company UVF in which he took a great interest. The funeral took place with military honours, to the military cemetery at Netley, Southampton, on Friday. The coffin carrying the remains was draped with a Union Jack and drawn by a pair of black horses on a gun carriage. The military chaplain(Church of Ireland) officiated and the bugler sounded The Last Post over the grave. The chief mourners were deceased’s brother and sister, Wilie and Lily Harpur while a detachment of military also attended."

 

http://www.impartialreporter.com/news/13926346.Book_will_detail_Fivemiletown___s_fallen/

 

 

 

4879 Driver

H.HARRIS

Royal Field Artillery

Died 5th February 1916

 



 

The following was sent to me by Craig Fisher who is researching the Andover War Memorial. Harry's brother Alfred is on it.

Thanks Craig.

 

Harry Harris
was born in Andover on the 2nd June 1871.  He was the eldest child of bricklayer William Harris and Susannah Gilmore (known as Susan) whohad married in the Andover registration district in 1870.  William and Susan were locals, from St Mary Borne and Vernham Dean respectively, but after the birth of their second child, Jessie in 1874, the family moved north to Middlesbrough, where their second son Alfred was born.  Like his older brother Harry, Alfred was also destined to die in the war.

The family did not stay long in Middlesbrough, but moved to Clapham in London where the couple had their final child, Maud.  Susan Harris unfortunately died in London in 1880, aged just 39 leaving William to raise his four children alone.  Although the family were still living in Clapham at the time of the 1891 census, at 9 York Terrace, they moved back to Andover shortly afterwards.

 

Harry joined the Hampshire Militia when back in Andover, however, on the 28th June 1889, less than a month after his 18th birthday, he enlisted into the Royal Navy in Chatham, Kent, as a Domestic 3rd Class, with the service number 149053.  He had six and a half years serving on various ship and shore bases, the 1891 shows him onboard HMS Iron Duke, a First Class
Battleship berthed at the time in Portsmouth Dockyards.

 

Harry left the Navy on Christmas
Eve 1895 and moved to Clapham where he became a stereo typer at the Morning Post newspaper.  He married Emily Jennings in 1897 and went on to have five children with her, all born in Clapham.

 

Harry enlisted into the Army in
May 1915.  Rather than re-enter the Navy, he joined the Army in
Lambeth becoming Driver L/4879 of the Royal Field Artillery.  Harry was posted to 153rd Brigade. part of the 36th (Ulster) Division, and after training in England crossed the Channel with his unit, arriving in France on the 26th November 1915.  Harry was probably wounded in action just a few weeks later, in early 1916 and was evacuated back to England where he was admitted to the Royal Victoria Hospital at Netley near Southampton.  It was here that he died as a result of his injuries on the 5th February 1916, aged 45.  He was buried with full military honours in Netley Military Cemetery, to the rear of the hospital, on the 15th February, with his widow and children in attendance.  Harry Harris is not currently commemorated on Andover’s First World War memorial, although his younger brother Alfred Harris, Royal Marine Light Infantry, is.

 

Andover Advertiser 18th
February 1916

A
SOLDIER’S DEATH AT NETLEY.  We regret to announce the death of Driver H Harris, at the age of 45.  Driver Harris was the eldest sonof the late W Harris, and responded to his country’s call some nine months back, having joined the RFA.  He was invalided home and died at Netley Hospital on Feb 5.  The funeral, which was a military one, took place at Netley on Tuesday afternoon.  Besides the widow and children and other relatives, who paid the last tribute of respect,was a representative of the stereo department of the Morning Post, where he had been held in high esteem for many years.  It will be remembered also that a younger son had lost his life in the ill-fated Bulwark.  Driver Harris was a native of Andover.

8900 Lance Corporal F C J (Frank Cyril John) HILL

See Burials with Medals and Awards

76993 Private

T. HARRIS

Royal Defence Corps

Died 18th January 1919 Age 22

 

 

Yet Again

We Hope To Meet Thee

...........................

 

 

 Son of Mrs. E. Harris, of 98, Pennington St., St. George in the East, London.

3/28187 Private

A. HARRISON

The King's Liverpool Regt.

Died 9th August 1916

3133 Private

W. HARTE

Leinster Regiment

Died 31st December 1915

9494 Private

S.P. HARTLEY

Dorsetshire Regiment

Died 19th December 1914

 

Sidney Percy died of meningitis at Netley. He was a Fish Hawker before he enlisted. His effects were split between his mother Mary and siblings William, Henry, Mary, Lily, Louise, Rosina and Violet.

25016 Private

F.A. HARVEY

Devonshire Regiment

Died 30th January 1919

21729

Private

W.B. HARVEY

Hampshire Regiment

Died 21st June 1915

 

William Barton

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Barton Harvey. Born at Cowes, Isle of Wight.

75590 Serjeant

H.W. HATCHER

Tank Corps

Died 5th October 1918

L/9252 Private

W.P. HATTON

E. Kent Regt. (The Buffs)

Died 23rd October 1914

 

 

Burial record states that William died at sea on ambulance ship St. David.

120629 Private

F.G.A. HAWKINS

Machine Gun Corps (inf.)

Died 16th May 1919 Age 24

 

Never Forgotten

 

Son of Frederick T. and Minnie E. Hawkins, of 28, Queen St., Stratford, London.

252436 Private

C. HAYDEN

Manchester Regiment

Died 2nd April 1918 Age 33

 

Do Thy Duty That Is Best

Leave Unto Thy Lord

        The Rest


Charles

Son of Charles Augustus and Marie Louise Hayden, of 15, Enid St., Broughton, Manchester. Born at Salford, Manchester.

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