World War I Memorial details - Broughton Village
To The Glory Of God And In Pious Memory Of Those Of This Parish Who Gave Their Lives For King And Country In The Great War 1914 - 1919
This list is displayed in the St Lawrence church tower (right of the tower entrance) see item 10 on the map
See also WW1 Service Role of Honour for a complete list of those who served.
Note : To see details of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission entry click on the relevant name

Surname

Forenames Rank & No Date/Death Age Regiment Grave Ref Cementery Location Comments
Harper Charles Croke 2nd Lieutenant
03.05.1917 36 Oxford & Bucks L.I. Bay 6
and 7
ARRAS MEMORIALPas de Calais, France Son of the late Rev. E. J. Harper
and Frances Wetherell Harper.
Nichols Christoper Thomas Trooper
24.03.1918 ? R. H. G.?
(Coldstraem Gaurds)
VI. E. 4. BUCQUOY ROAD CEMETERY,
FICHEUXPas de Calais, France

Nichols Ernest Ayres Private
8405
21.10.1914 19 Oxford & Bucks L.I. Panel 37 and 39 YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIALIeper,
West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Son of Sarah Edith Purcell,
of 30, Stratford Rd., Wolverton, Bucks.
Watson Walter Ernest Private
235100
03.08.1917 29 2nd Bn., Sout
h Lancashire Regiment
Panel 37 YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIALIeper,
West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Son of Thomas Watson,
of Broughton, Newport Pagnell, Bucks.
West MM Alfred Edward Sergant
8034
27.02.1919 27 Oxford & Bucks L.I. South. 89. NEWPORT PAGNELL BURIAL GROUND
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Husband of Bessie West, of Lathbury,
Newport Pagnell.
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