Alfred John Lewis

Rank/ Unit - Service number: L/Cpl, Army Service Corps - MS/1929 | Died: 1915.02.23 | Age at death: 24 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: St Venant Communal Cemetery (French civilian plot) |

Son of Mrs. Ellen Lewis, of 9, New Buildings, Flask Walk, Hampstead. Found in the Parish magazine, but not commemorated on the Church Row War Memorial. There was a casualty clearing station at St Venant at this time; it is possible that the burial (in a civilian plot) predates the organisation of the military cemetery….

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Angus H Campbell

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Lieut, Royal Engineers | Died: 1919.03.xx | Age at death: 44 | Action: _ | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Hampstead (St John) Additional Burial Ground (H097) - official war grave |

MC. Born 1875, Alness, Ross, Scotland, son of a cattleman. In 1891 was a farm servant (worker) in Kiltarlity, Inverness-shire; in 1911 a police constable with the Metropolitan Police, living in Police Section House, Westminster (single, age 35). Joined Royal Engineers, becoming Lieutenant. Awarded the Military Cross for gallantry during active operations against the enemy….

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Anthony Blyton Beesley

Rank/ Unit - Service number: 2nd Lieut, Royal Air Force | Died: 1918.12.01 | Age at death: 18 | Action: _ | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Hampstead (St John) Additional Burial Ground (I 021) - official war grave |

Born on New Year

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Arthur Norman Hackney

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Not found | Died: | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: |

Born summer 1882, Marylebone. Commemorated on the War Memorial in Church Row.

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Brian Henry Bernard Calkin

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Lieut, Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regt (3rd Bn attd 8th Bn) | Died: 1918.07.10 | Age at death: 20 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Bully-Grenay Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais (VF5) [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/3/1010556] |

Son of Harry Bernard and Margaret Agnes Calkin, of 33, Heath Drive, Hampstead (res until after 1921) – members of congregation. Joined Inns of Court OTC. Commemmorated on ABG grave G054, and on the War Memorial in Church Row.

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C B Denney

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Not found | Died: 1917/18 | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: |

Possibly Bertram – Army Cyclist Corps. Found in the Parish magazine, but not commemorated on the Church Row War Memorial.

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Carl Adolf Max Bingen

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Lieut, Royal Sussex Regt (5th Bn) | Died: 1916.02.10 | Age at death: 20 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Hebuterne Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais (IQ 16). [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/2/389870] |

Son of Max N. (bank manager, German) and Leily Bingen (from Brixton), of 14 Briardale Gardens, Hampstead (1911: 4 Kidderpore Gdns; 1921: 95 Canfield Gdns, NW6). Joined 5th (Cinque Ports) Bn of Territorial Force. Commemorated on the War Memorial in Church Row.

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Charles Arthur George Satterthwaite

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Not found | Died: | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: |

Born 1890, Hampstead, son of Charles and Elizabeth; father was foreman lamplighter in 1901/ 1911. An Old Boy of HPS, Charles was a neighbour of the Shurety family (also see) in the tenements in Back Lane in 1891. By 1911 he was a self-employed boot repairer with one assistant at 80 High Street. (The business…

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Charles Caesar de Merindol Malan

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Lieut. Commander, RN. HMS "Opal" | Died: 1918.01.12 | Age at death: n/a | Action: _ | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Portsmouth Naval Memorial (Panel 28) |

Returning to Scapa after escorting an anti-minelaying patrol, two destroyers (Opal and Narborough) were blinded by heavy snow and a navigational error caused them to sail straight into the cliffs at Hesta Rock, Orkneys, with the loss of 188 men drowned. Commemorated on South Ronaldsay, and in ABG at grave E093. [Also on headstone Sophie…

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Charles E Rose

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Not found | Died: | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: |

One of four children of Arthur Rose and Louisa Trim; in 1901, 1911 father was a motor cab driver. In both years family lived in father-in-law’s house at 127 Abbey Road. Charles (b 1895 Hampstead) was an old boy of HPS and member of parish Men’s Club. In 1911 was a ledger clerk in a…

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Charles Henry Bridge

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Not found. | Died: 1918 | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: |

Born about 1872 in Hampstead, one of five sons of Isaac and Emily Bridge (father was a jobmaster). Married in summer 1902 to Louise, had two sons (in 1905, 1909). In 1911 was an unemployed painter, living in 1 Loveridge Road, Kilburn. Commemorated in ABG at grave E086, but not found on Church Row War…

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Christopher Basil Astley

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Lieut, The King's (Liverpool) Regt | Died: 1918.07.27 | Age at death: 22 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: St Sever Cemetery, Rouen (Officers B.6.23) |

Son of the Rev. John Henry and Sophia Ridgway Astley, of St. Mark”s Vicarage, Dunham Massey, Altrincham. Commemorated in ABG at grave E093, but not found on Church Row War Memorial or in Parish magazine. Memorial also to Charles Malan (?related) [Family in Hampstead from 1870s to 1930s]

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Cyril George Stook

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Not found | Died: | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: |

Born summer 1896, one of at least 8 children of William and Eliza Stook; father was (1891) a baker, and (1911) a gardener working for the Borough Council. Both parents from Topsham, Devon and children born Hampstead. An Old Boy of HPS. In 1911 living with family at 57 Burrard Road, Firtune green and working…

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Edward Gleadale Uphill Robson

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Rifleman, London Regt - 574652 | Died: 1918.08.17 | Age at death: 20 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Godewaersvelde British Cemetery, France Nord (II.AA.8) |

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Uphill, of 10, Chippenham Mews, Maida Hill, London. Commemorated in ABG at grave A104. He went down with HMS Aboukir in Sept 1914. He was an RN Chaplain and the first to the killed. His name is not on the Church Row War Memorial or in Parish magazine. [Family…

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Ernest Henry Lifetree

Rank/ Unit - Service number: 2nd Lieut, 16th Bn Notts & Derby Regt (Sherwood Forresters) | Died: 1916.05.20 | Age at death: 22 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy, Pas de Calais (III.S.1) [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/12/88300] |

Son of Emil and Florence Lifetree, picture frame moulding manufacturer/ dealer, of 68 Fordwych Road (1901 census), and 23 Crediton Road, West Hampstead (1911 census until after 1921). Ernest was born at Highbury; living at home in 1901; not found 1911. Joined up as Private – 4015 – in the Honourable Artillery Company. Commemorated on…

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Ernest Joseph Kippin

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Possibly Driver, 1st City of London Regt, Royal Field Artillery | Died: 1916 | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Not found |

Born 1892, son of Edmund Kippin, chimney sweep of 3 Perrins Court, Hampstead. Old boy of HPS, Church Lads Brigade & Men’s Club. In 1911 was working as an electrician, age 19. Commemorated in ABG at grave G029, and on War Memorial at New Buildings; found in the Parish magazine, but not commemorated on the…

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Francis Gabriel Ellerton

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Cpl, London Signal Section Training Centre, Royal Engineers - 70380 | Died: 1915.04.23 | Age at death: 20 | Action: _ | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Hampstead (St John) Additional Burial Ground (H032) - offical war grave |

Born 1895 in Hampstead, one of twelve children of Alfred and Rosalind Ellerton. In 1901/1911 family lived at 28 Parliament Hill, Belsize; his father was a chartered accountant. In 1911 Francis was still at school. He volunteered early and was promoted Corporal. (There is some suggestion he was gazetted 2nd Liuetenant in Feb 1915, but…

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Frank Herbert ?Henry Carrington

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Private, London Regt (Royal Fusiliers)(3rd Bn) - 2275 | Died: 1915.03.27 | Age at death: 18 | Action: _ | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Brompton Cemetery, London (N 173011) [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/4/735989] |

Arr France 6 Jan, died 27 March of wounds (11 weeks). Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Carrington, of 25, Princess Rd., Regent’s Park, London (1911 poss link to 14 Netherhall Gardens). Old boy of HPS. Friend of Albert Hopper, Robin Gander & Victor Jarvis – often in HPS Punishment book together (in 1911/ 1912,…

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Frederick William Lilley

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Private, Middlesex Regt (B Coy, 2nd Bn) - L/14930 [? Suffolk Regt] | Died: 1915.09.02 | Age at death: 19 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Rue-Du-Bois Military Cemetery, Fleurbaix, Pas de Calais [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/12/90877] |

Son of Fred and Hannah Lilley, of 39 Stanley Rd, West Green, Tottenham. In 1911 Fred jnr was an errand boy. Commemorated on the War Memorial in Church Row.

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George C Cullen

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Private, D Sqdn, 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) - 8223 | Died: 1918.04.08 | Age at death: 24 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: St Sever Cem'y Extn, Rouen (P. IX. S. 7A) [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/5/121025] |

Born 1896. In 1911 living with widowed mother Ida Cullen (charwoman), brother, sister and two lodgers at 6 Perrins Court Hampstead. Occupation street lamp cleaner. An old boy of HPS and the Church Lads Brigade. Commemorated on the War Memorial in Church Row, together with brother Arthur.

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George E Colle

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Private, London Regt (19th County of London Bn) - 3209 | Died: 1915.04.15 | Age at death: 17 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Brown's Road Military Cemetery, Festubert (II.A.4) [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/4/914178] |

Son of Mr. Victor Colle, of 149 Sumatra Rd., West Hampstead (res until after 1921) (?1911: 46 Achilles Rd) Old boy of HPS. Commemorated on the War Memorial in Church Row.

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George Frederick Mort

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Civilian death doing war work | Died: 1918.12.21 | Age at death: 45 | Action: _ | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Hampstead (St John) Additional Burial Ground (H006) |

Born 1873. A pioneer designer of automobiles (1905) and aeroplane engines (1910), which he built for the New Engine Company at Acton Hill Works, N10. He was an early advocate of the internal combustion engine and took out patents on piston engines (1917). Said to have died in an aero accident – “sacrificed his life…

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George Harvest

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Major, London Regt (London Rifle Brigade) (2nd or 5th Bn) | Died: 1918.10.14 | Age at death: 53 | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Hampstead St John Add'l Burial Ground (G 051)- offical war grave [Medal card TNA ref WO 372/9/45776] |

Born 1865 in Islington, one of 9 children of Daniel and Matilda Harvest,spice merchant. Educated at Highgate School. Married about 1898 to Lucy, with one son, one daughter. In 1901/ 1911 was a spice/ colonial produce merchant. Family lived in 1911 at the Marina in Deal. Joined the TF as a volunteer and served in…

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George Odell

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Able Seaman, RN (HMS Medea/ HMS Lowestoft) - J/24556 | Died: 1916.04.25 | Age at death: 19 | Action: _ | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: Dunkirk Town Cemetery, France Nord (I B 2) |

Son of William and Annie Maria Odell, of 11 Church Lane, New End, Hampstead (1911). Old boy of HPS; was an errand boy in 1911. Served in destroyer Medea (launched March 1915) patrolling the Schleswig coast in March 1916, and was sunk following collision with another ship. Posted briefly to light cruiser Lowestoft (launched April…

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Gilbert Adams

Rank/ Unit - Service number: Possibly 2nd Lieut, Highland Light Infantry | Died: 1917/18 | Age at death: | Action: | Burial place / memorial, TNA reference: |

[There were Adams’ in Hampstead from before 1800 until at least 193648, but they may not be related (see graves G 023, M108, XB 078, XD 015, XF 061/062, XH 013)] Found in the Parish magazine, but not commemorated on the Church Row War Memorial.

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