Alfred G Tubbs

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Private, London Regt (Royal Fusiliers)(1st Bn) - 7052/ 203414 | Died: 1917.05.03 | Age at death: 39 | Action: Arras | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais (Bay 9) [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/20/88363] |

Son of George and Ann Tubbs (1921: garden contractor of 1 Prospect Place); husband of Gertrude Ethel Tubbs, of 22 Chalk Farm Road, St. Pancras, London. Commemorated on the War Memorial in Church Row.

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Guy Bayford Bell

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Lieut, Lancashire Fusiliers (5th Bn, attd 35th MGC) | Died: 1917.04.28 | Age at death: 42 | Action: Arras | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais (Bay 5). [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/2/329549] |

Son of the late Alfred and Jane Bell, stained glass artist, of Bayford House, Hampstead. Came from Australia to serve. Enlisted in Artists’ Rifles (28th London Regt) as Private -3618. Promoted in the field. Commemmorated on plaque CH33 in church, together with John Bell-Hughes (?cousin), and on the War Memorial in Church Row. (see also…

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Henry Weatherly Cooper

Rank/ Unit - Service number: 2nd Lieut, 7th Bn Royal Fusiliers | Died: 1917.04.29 | Age at death: 36 | Action: Arras | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais (III.H.34) |

Son of Thomas Henry Cooper MRCS and Emma Eliza Cooper. BA of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Duisans was a casualty clearing station during the battle of Arras. Commemorated in churchyard at grave XC007, but not found on Church Row War Memorial or in Parish magazine. [Family lived in Hampstead from 1850s; HW may have been…

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