Remember the East Croydon fallen from World War One

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Addiscombe Road
Lieutenant Thomas Bentham, St Mildred’s 6 Addiscombe Road

Alpha Road
Private Roydon George Blake, 24 Alpha Road
Corporal Frank Crane, 17 Alpha Road
Sergeant Walter Charles Green, 12 Alpha Road
Private Frederick William Rayner, 16 Alpha Road

Cedar Road
Private Charles R Exelby, Haroldene, Cedar Road
Private W E Frohock, 6 Crouch Villas, Cedar Road
Petty Officer Alfred Valentine Cole Riley, 3 Cedar Road
Rifleman Harold Henry Willsher, 1 Cedar Villas, Cedar Road

Cherry Orchard Road
Private A F Bance, 74 Cherry Orchard Road
Rifleman Horace Ernest Day, 98 Cherry Orchard Road
Private Ralph Thomas Goodman, Cherry Orchard Road
Acting Sergeant Leonard William Herod, 109 Cherry Orchard Road
Signaller Percy Kent, employed for 19½years in PO Sorting Office, East Croydon (bottom right)
Gunner Frederick Kilby, employed by Messrs Lyons, Cherry Orchard Road
Private W J Martin, employed by Mr Boxall, greengrocer, Cherry Orchard Road
Private Sidney Herbert Moore, 136 Cherry Orchard Road
2ndLieutenant James Archibald Reid, 3 Cherry Orchard Road
Sergeant Alfred W Streeter, 98a Cherry Orchard Road
Private Angelo Vedast, 15 Cherry Orchard Road

Chisholm Road
2ndLieutenant C W “Neil” Wilson, 21 Chisholm Road

Colson Road
2ndLieutenant Lyndsey Lloyd, 20 Colson Road

Cross Road
Gunner S Elliott 50 Cross Road
Private Frederick Bertie Gooding, 27 Cross Road
Private Frederick Charles Osbourne, 88 Cross Road
Private Walter Thomas, born in Cross Road, educated at Oval Road School

Lebanon Road
Private Sidney Barrett, 132 Lebanon Road
Private John Martin Buckland, 73 Lebanon Road
Private Norman McColvin, 38 Lebanon Road
Private James William Ord, 13 Lebanon Road (top left)
Sergeant Frank Marshall Roberts, 48 Lebanon Road

Leslie Grove
Lance Corporal William Henry Payne, 8 Leslie Grove

Leslie Park Road
Private Alfred William Attewell, 26 Leslie Park Road
Lance Corporal George Henry Harding, 32 Leslie Park Road
Private Clement Albert Hart, 36 Leslie Park Road
Lance Corporal G F Lewsey, 31 Lesley Park Road

Lower Addiscombe Road
Private Arthur Baines, 57 Lower Addiscombe Road
Private Alfred Harold Booth, 18a Lower Addiscombe Road
Private Leonard Albert Crouch, 64 Lower Addiscombe Road
Private C Mortimer, 93 Lower Addiscombe Road
Corporal Harry Stockley, employed by Mr Newman, butcher, 99 Lower Addiscombe Road
2nd Lieutenant Stanley Veysey, 39 Lower Addiscombe Road
Lieutenant Louis Victor Webb, 21 Lower Addiscombe Road

Oval Road
Sergeant A H Aveline, 26 Oval Road
2ndLieutenant Sidney Beaumont, Headmaster of Oval School
Lieutenant Thomas Reginald Bottomley, Teacher Oval School (top centre)
*Percy John Brookes, 62 Oval Road
Sergeant George Harold Emmens, 186a Oval Road
Private Ferdinand Louis Geerts, educated Oval Road School
*John David Grantham, Royal Navy, educated at Oval Road School
Sapper Percy George Grubb, educated at Oval Road School
Private H Iles, educated at Oval Road School
Private Norman Keen, educated at Oval Road School (top right)
Private L.H.E. Kember, 161 Oval Road
Private Arthur Marsh, educated at Oval Road School. Employed for five years at Messrs. Smiths book stall at East Croydon Station
2ndLieutenant Harry Edward Martin, educated at Oval Road School
*Miss Jane Sophia Mary Ann Miller, 51 Oval Road
Trooper Leslie Moore, educated at Oval Road School
Private Ralph Vernon Pearson, educated at Oval Road School (bottom left)
Drummer Arthur Perry, Oval Road
2ndLieutenant J W Price, 196 Oval Road
Private Alexander Thomas Herbert Palmer, educated at Oval Road School
Private David Robert Rhodes, educated Oval Road School
Lance Corporal Edward James Skuse, educated Oval Road School
Rifleman William Henry Skuse, educated Oval Road School (bottom centre)
*Robert Arthur Thompson, 57 Oval Road
Signaller William Frank Thompson, educated Oval Road School
Private Thomas Henry Webb, educated at Oval Road School
Private Leonard Westrup, 32 Oval Road
Private John Wheeler, educated at Oval Road School
Private Walter Stanley Woodcock, 133 Oval Road
*killed during zeppelin raid, October 1915

Tunstall Road
Private William Thomas Bradford, 71 Tunstall Road
Warrant Office Alfred John Cherry 55 Tunstall Road

East Croydon
Captain Lewis de Burgh Atkinson
Private J N Dean
Driver S F Elliott
Private F Richardson
Rifleman A E Russell
Rifleman RS Woodard

Compiled from the list of “The Glorious Dead” in “Croydon and the Great War” edited by Alderman H Keatley Moore, assisted by WC Berwick Sayers, Chief Librarian, 1920.

 

 

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