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SPRATTON MEN WHO SERVED

Here is a list of the men from Spratton who served in the First World War.  Click on a man to view his biography.

The starting point for our research was the Roll of Honour in the parish church of St Andrew.  There are 131 names on this list.  During our work we came across other men who had served in the Great War and who appeared to have lived in Spratton.  Either they had given Spratton as their address on their service record attestation form, had an entry in the National Roll of the Great War giving Spratton as their address, were entered in the Absent Voters’ List 1918 for Spratton, or a relative of the man has contacted us.  The result is we now have a list of 167 men, all of whom are included in the list on the right.  Some of these men we know almost nothing about.  We are always grateful for any information, so do contact us if you can help with any of our men.

To see a map of where the men lived click here

The Roll of Honour in St Andrew's Church, Spratton
Unveiling of the War Memoria on April 3rd 1921 by General Lord Horne, G.C.B., K.C.M.G., and dedicated by the vicar, Rev. George Raw.
The names on the War Memorial in St James Churchyard, Spratton
After the Remembrance Service, 2010
   

MEN WHO SERVED

ADNITT
ARCHER
ARTHUR
AUSTIN
BALDERSON
BALDWIN
BATTAMS
BILLING
BLAKESLEY
BLUNDELL
BOWERS
BRANSON
BROWN
BUCKBY
BUSWELL
CAPON
CATTELL
CLARKE
COOKE
COPSON
CRANE
DICKENS
DICKERSON
DUNKLEY
ELDRED
ELSDALE
ERSKINE
FOWLES
FRANKLIN
FRISBY
GAMMAGE
GIST
GOODEN
GOODWIN
GREEN
HAYTER
HIDER
HIGGS
HOBLEY
HODGE(S)
HODSON
HORNE
HUNT
JOHNSON
JUDD
KENCH
KNIGHT
KNIGHTALL
LEATHERLAND
LEESON
LEONARD
LETTS
LIVESEY
MAINS
MANNING
MANNINGHAM-BULLER
MARTIN
MASON
MIDDLETON (WYKES)
NORMAN
PAGE
PASSEY
PATEMAN
PAYNE
PHEASANT
POWELL
REEVE
RHODES-MOORHOUSE
RICHARDSON
SMITH
SNEDKER
SPEECHLEY
STEVENS
TARPLEY
TARRANT
TAYLOR
THORNTON
TIRRELL
TITE
TREDWELL
TURLAND
VINEY
VOKE
WADHAMS
WARD
WARWICKS
WHATTON
WOOD
WYKES
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