This is purely a list of the names identified as the men on the markers in St Mary’s Byfleet, we are still awaiting a survey on this site.

Thomas Agnew Baldock

Lieutenant 8th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Died: 3rd December 1917, aged 21
Buried: Ypres Reservoir Cemetery [III.A.6]
Son of Frederick Agnew & Emily Harriet Baldock, of Courtlands Cottage, Lostwithiel, Cornwall

Frank Beer

Private (45905) 15th Labour Coy, transferred to 123rd Coy, Labour Corps, Queen’s Regiment. Died 4th October 1917,
Buried: Bedford House Cemetery [Enclosure 21.D.18]

Francis G Benson

Corporal (25050) 2nd Battalion, South Wales Borderers. Died: 21st October 1916, aged 36
Buried: Bancourt British Cemetery [IX.K.20]
Husband of H T Benson of 22 Council Cottages, Byfleet.

Archie Stewart Buckle

Brigadier General 17th Division, Royal Artillery. Died 18th August 1916, aged 47
Buried: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt l’Abbe [II.F.23]
Son of Archibald Lewis Buckle (Captain, Royal Engineers) and husband of the late Mildred Louisa Buckle.

Henry E Coker

Private (S/6953) 8th Battalion, Queen’s Regiment. Died 25th November 1915.
Buried: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery [II.D.12A]

Charles Digby

Second Lieutenant, 123rd Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 10th July 1918, aged 37
Buried: Caberet-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez [VIII.K.21]
Son of James and Maria Digby of Felstead, Essex.

Sidney Ernest Evans

Private (T/240546) 1/5th Queen’s Regiment. Died 17th December 1917.
Buried: Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery [XIII.D.9]
Son of Mr & Mrs Evans, Hollick’s Cottages, Oyster Lane, Byfleet. Died of pneumonia in Baghdad Hospital

James Francis

Corporal (33010) 1st Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Died 10th November 1917, aged 33.
Buried: Windmill British Cemetery, Monchey-le-Preux [I.F.17]
Husband of M G Francis of 12 Binfield Road, Byfleet.

Percy Alfred Freeland

Corporal (G/19122) 1st Battalion, Buff’s (East Kent). Died 17th July 1918.
Buried: Abeele Aerodrome Military Cemetery [II.B.9]
Only son of Mr & Mrs T H Freeland, of Byfleet.

Edward J Hastings

Private (G/62764) 7th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Died: 30th October 1917.
Buried: Poeicapelle British Cemetery
Son of Mr & Mrs Hastings, of Binfield Road, Byfleet

Edwin John Morrish

Corporal (48482) 1/28th Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Died 1st June 1918.
Buried: Varennes Military Cemetery [III.E.10]
Son of H J Morrish.

Walter T Penfold

Lance Corporal (206452) 2/4th Battalion, Queen’s Regiment. Died 27the December 1917, aged 21.
Buried: Jerusalem War Cemetery [S.124]
Son of Mr & Mrs C Penfold, of 58 Ludlow Road, Guildford.

Bertram Ernest Punter

Private (703222) 23rd Battalion, London Regiment. Died 9th October 1917, aged 19
Buried: Albuera Cemetery, Bailleul-Sire-Berthoult [North B.4]
Son of William Frederick and L.N. Punter, of 1 Binfield Road, Byfleet.

William John Ralph

Private (17253) 10th Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died 19th July 1916, aged 26
Buried: Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt l’Abbe [II.D.12] Son of William J. & Emily Ralph, of Oak Cottage, Kingsway, Woking. Born at Binstead, Hampshire.

Herbert Charles Sibley

Lance Corporal Service No. 7968 Northamptonshire Regt. 1st. Bn. Killed in action France Flanders on 11/10/1915. Aged 26 years.
Buried Dud Corner Cemetery Loos grave ref. V11. G, 13.
Son of Jeannette Elliott (widow) of Byfleet.

George Leslie Steadman

Private (17876) 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Died 22nd July 1917, aged 23
Buried: Canada Farm Cemetery [I.E.35]
Son of Benjamin & Mary Steadman, of 5 Grove Cottages, Chertsey Road, Byfleet.

Arthur Turner

No information

Percy Turner

Private (40972) 6th Labour Coy. transferred (678323) to 114th Coy, Labour Corps, Queen’s Regiment. Died 15th August 1917, aged 30
Buried: The Huts Cemetery [III.A.3]
Son of Walter & Elizabeth Ellen Turner, of Byfleet.

John Woodhams

“D” Coy. 8th Bn. East Surrey Regiment Service Number 14605, Died 18th July 1918. Aged 32
Brother of Mr. A. Woodhams, of 83, Broad St., Canterbury.

Walter Woodruff

Private (10543) 1st Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment. Died 17th July 1916, aged 34.
Buried: Puchevillers British Cemetery [I.E.17]
Son of Mrs Woodruff, of Sanway Road, Byfleet.