G/25201 Private

W.E. SOLLY

E. Kent Regt. (The Buffs)

Died 12th October 1918

 

William Ernest died from wounds. He was married to Annie - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

 

18276 Private

J. SOMERVILLE

The Cameronians (Sco.Rif.)

Died 11th August 1915 Age 17

 

 

James is one of three soldiers buried in the WWI cemetery aged 17 years old.

2521 Private

J.G. SOUTHBY

Welch Regiment

Died 1st February 1916

 

Burial record states that he died in Shirley Isolation hospital Southampton aged 20.

 

John Gale died from Dysentery - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

L/9185 Private

S.W.G. SPOONER

The Queen's

Died 5th November 1914 Age 26

 

Seth William George died onboard  H.M.H.S Asturias. He was the son of Alice - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

5250 Private

A.C. SPRINGATE

Hon. Artillery Company

Died 3rd April 1917 Age 23

 

For God And Mother

 

Arthur Cecil died from Meningitis. He was the son of George - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

1777310 Gunner

P. STANTON

Royal Artillery

Died 26th June 1941 Age 20

 

"His Faith Was His Strength"

        Rest In Peace

 

Peter

17631 Private

R. STARK

Highland Light Infantry

Died 26th May 1916

 

Robert

T1/313 Driver

C.H. STEVENS

Royal Army Service Corps

Died 30th November 1916

 

Charles Herbert died in the University War Hospital in Southampton. His half brother was Eric - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

0879 Corporal

S. STEVENS

Royal Army Ordnance Corps

Died 22nd April 1921

11928 Gunner Daniel STOKES
Royal Garrison Artillery died 10th December 1914 age 32

The Beloved Husband of Hannah Stokes

                   R.I.P.

 

An inquest was held into the death of Daniel Stokes at Netley. Daniel was stationed at Devonport and at the beginning of December, became inflicted with religious mania, becoming very violent, and on the 4th December was taken to Netley. Throughout the train journey, Daniel tried to jump through the window and tear his clothes. His guardians had the greatest difficulty in keeping him down, but although once they threw him on his back on the seat, and had to tie his feet and hands together, and, when changing at Salisbury, had to wheel him to the other train on a truck, they never once injured him in any way, or put their knees on his chest.

Whilst at Netley, he was attended to three or four times a day until the 6th but then was to be found to be suffering from pneumonia. It was then discovered that Daniel had several fractured ribs. Daniel died in the early hours of the 10th December.

 

After due consideration the jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence stating that there was not sufficient evidence to show how the fractures were caused.

From the Hampshire Independent 19th December 1914

 

Daniel was born around 1882 in Cork Ireland (Ancestry) His wife was Hannah nee Minihane? He had 3 sons William, John and Daniel and a daughter Margaret.

 

Burial no 821 Roman Catholic

6983 Lance Cpl.

J. STONE

Dorsetshire Regiment

Died 19th October 1914

 

John Stone alias Warner. John died on the hospital ship Asturias. He was the son of Ellen Warner - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

14590 Private

W. STRATFORD

Royal Fusiliers

Died 2nd August 1915

 

William died of his wounds - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

8069 Private

F. STRINGER

Lincolnshire Regiment

Died 3rd December 1914

 

Frank was the brother of Richard - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

 

8546 Private

SUMNER

Died 9th July 1916

Age 30

 

Photo to follow

 

Bertram Alfred Edward was married to Alice.

Second Lieutenant

E.G. SWAIN

Royal Army Service Corps

Died 4th May 1915 Age 46

 

Ernest George

 

2280 Private

J. SWEENEY

Welch Regiment

Died 6th June 1915 Age 40

 

John

 

21866 Private

W. SWIFT

Royal Dublin Fusiliers

Died 26th August 1916

 

William died in the Red Cross Hospital. He had a sister Emily - Army Registers of Soldiers Effects.

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