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HEYDON WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 and 2 - Detailed Information
Compiled and Copyright © Lynda Smith 2003
additional information Mike Smith

Heydon is one of less than a dozen privately owned villages in Great Britain. It is situated down a no-through-road to the west of the Corpusty to Horsford road. Picturesque houses surround the village green. The church is situated by the side of the green and next to the gates of Heydon Hall, a large Elizabethan House which became the family home of the Bulwer family in the 17th century. There are three war memorials in the large Parish Church. One is a wooden Roll of Honour to men who served in World War 2. A Marble Memorial lists The Fallen in World War 1 and gives full name, rank and Regiment.

REMEMBER THE LOYAL AND GALLANT MEN OF
HEYDON WHO LAID DOWN THEIR LIVES IN THE
CAUSE OF FREEDOM AND RIGHT DURING THE
GREAT WAR 1914 – 1919
THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE.

The third is a wooden Roll of Honour of men who served in World War 1 – those who died are indicated. The list below is from the Roll of Honour and the names have been listed alphabetically for ease of use.

Photographs Copyright © Lynda Smith 2004
Photograph (below) Copyright © Louise Vernon 2018

ROLL OF HONOUR
HEYDON

NAMES OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE
GREAT WAR 1914 – 1919

AVES
Edwin [Lawrence]
Born 16 April 1899. Baptised 21 May 1899 in Heydon with Irmingland, Norfolk, son of Matthew and Laura Eliza Aves. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 1903, son of Laura Aves, resident Earle Arms, Heydon, Norfolk, left 25 April 1913 aged 14 years. In the 1911 census he was aged 11, born Heydon, Norfolk, at school, son of Laura Aves (a widow), resident Heydon, Norfolk. Brother of Nelson (below). In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon, M/322061 Private, 614th Company, Mechanised Transport, Army Service Corps.

AVES
Nelson [Richard]
Born 24 Jun 1896. Baptised 2 August 1896 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of Matthew and Laura Eliza Aves. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 November 1899, son of Matthew Aves, resident Heydon, Norfolk, left 25 March 1910 having achieved his attendance certificate. In the 1911 census he was 15, born Heydon, Norfolk, Farmer's son working on farm, son of Laura Aves (a widow), resident Heydon, Norfolk. Brother of Edwin (above). In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon, 270077 Private, 2nd Battalion, Manchester Regiment.

BALDWIN
C
Joseph Charles Baldwin, 4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment on the memorial. Probably Charles Baldwin, Private 2062, 1st/4th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died on service at Gallipoli 18 September 1915. Aged 22. Born Top Croft, Norfolk, enlisted Brook, Norfolk. Son of George Baldwin, of Marsh House, Wortwell, Harleston, Norfolk. Buried in 7th Field Ambulance Cemetey, Turkey (including Gallipoli). Grave lost. Special Memorial Plot 1. Row B. Grave 46.

BARBER
Alfred
Born 16 September 1888. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 January 1896, son of Alfred Barber, resident Heydon, left for work after 1898. In the 1911 census he was aged 22, born Sall, Norfolk, a Farm Labourer, son of Alfred and Alice Barber, resident Jennings Row, Heydon, Norfolk. Brother of Henry (below). In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Jenning's Row, Heydon, 024382 Driver, 19th Division Headquarters.

BARBER
Henry [James]
Born 15 June 1890. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 January 1896, son of Alfred Barber, resident Heydon, left for work after 1898. In the 1911 census he was aged 30, born Sall, Norfolk, a Farm Labourer, son of Alfred and Alice Barber, resident Jennings Row, Heydon, Norfolk. Brother of Alfred (above). In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident Jenning's Row, Heydon, 40028 Private, 12th Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.

BARBER
William
Born 25 June 1887. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 January 1896, son of Alfred Barber, resident Heydon, left, exampt, 31 May 1899.

BARTLE
Albert
Acting Lance Bombardier 39687, "A" Battery, 106th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Born 14 November 1890 in Heydon, Norfolk. Baptised 1 February 1891 in Heydon with Irmingland, son of Elijah and Martha Ann Bartle. Son of Elijah Bartle, of Woodrow, Cawston, Norfolk. Admitted to Heydon School, Norfolk 6 January 1896, left for work 1899. Attested 28 September 1914 in Richmond, Yorkshire, for the duration of the war, aged 23, resident Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, a Footman by trade, single, height 5 feet 7 inches, weight 140 lbs, chest 34½-37 inches, pallid complexion, brown eyes, brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. Posted F Depot 10 November 1914, posted 7th Brigade 18 November 1914, to France 30 August 1915, appointed Acting Lance Bombardier 106 Brigade 25 March 1918. Posted to Embarkation Disposal Area Boulogne 7 June 1919. In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Domestic Footman, son of Elijah and Martha Ann Bartle, resident Woodrow Inn, Cawston, Norwich. (His brother 43209 Lance Corporal Elijah Bartle enlisted with 7th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment and was killed in action 22 March 1918, aged 23, in France and Flanders, no known gravfe, commemorated on Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Bays 3 and 4. They were cousins to the Wrights.)

BRAMBLE
George [Turner]
Born 24 October 1899. Baptised 1 December 1889 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of James and Harriett Bramble. Admitted to Heydon School, Norfolk 6 January 1896, son of James Bramble, resident Heydon, left 1899 for work. In the 1911 census he was aged 21, born Heydon, a Blacksmith, son of James and Alice Bramble, resident Heydon, Norfolk. Brother of William Bramble (below). In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon, 875531 Sergeant, 189th Brigade, Royal Fiedl Artillery.

BRAMBLE
William [James]
Baptised 8 January 1888 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of James and Harriet Eliza Bramble. Admitted to Heydon School, Norfolk 6 January 1896, son of James Bramble, resident Heydon, left 16 May 1901 having obtained a Labour Certificate. In the 1911 census he was aged 23, born Heydon, a Wheelwright and Carpenter, son of James and Alice, resident Heydon, Norfolk. Brother of George Bramble (above). On 20 May 1901 he was mentioned in the log of Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, Bramble. Married Gladys M Wright (sister of the Wright brothers listed below) in January to March Quarter 1917 in Aylsham Registration District, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Laundry, Heydon, 64308 Aircraftman 2nd Class, No. 5 (Bristol) Aircraft Accept Park, Royal Air Force.

BURTON
H
possibly Herbert Christinada BURTON, baptised 30 January 1876 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of William and Mary Burton, of Heydon. In the 1901 census he was aged 25, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Domestic Gardener, servant to Lucinda Hopkins (a widow), resident Heydon Road, Aylsham, Norfolk.

CANN
Noel Samuel
Gunner (Signaller) 234955, "A" Battery, 94th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds in France and Flanders 4 November 1918. Aged 31. Born 25 December 1887 in Heydon. Enlisted Cromer. Son of John and Clarissa Cann, of Norwich; husband of Edith S. Cann, of Heydon, Norfolk. Admitted to Heydon School, Norfolk 20 September 1897, son of John Cann, resident Heydon, left the village 7 April 1898. Buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France. Section S. Plot III. Row N. Grave 27. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as Coel Samuel Cann, resident The Street, Heydon, 234955 Gunner, 19th camp, Royal Field Artillery.

COCKING
James
On 6 March 1913 he was attending Heydon School and won a cup.

COTTRELL
Ambrose Edward
Private G/22445. 7th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment). Killed in action in France and Flanders 2 October 1918. Aged 20. Lived Reepham, Norfolk. Enlisted Norwich. Born 22 February 1898. Baptised 30 March 1898 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of Lydia Cottrell, resident Heydon. Son of Lydia Webster, of 2, Harriett St., Stapleford, Nottingham, and the late Arthur Edward Webster (stepfather). On 20 April 1903 he was admitted to Heydon School, Norfolk, son of James Cottrell, resident Harold's Grove, Heydon, left 23 February 1912 being 14 years of age and exempt. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Harrold's Grove, Heydon, 20445 Private, 55th Light Trench Mortar. No known grave. Commemorated on Vis-En-Artois Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 3.

COTTRELL
Arthur [Sebean or Zebron]
Born 7 November 1886. Baptised 2 January 1887 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of James and Maria Cottrell, resident Heydon. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk 6 January 1896, son of James Cottrell, left after 1899 for work. In the 1901 census he was aged 14, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Groom, son of James and Maria Cottrell, resident Hurles Grove, Heydon, Aylsham, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Harrold's Grove, Heydon, 63935, Driver, 212th Company, Machine Gun Corps.

COTTRELL
Robert [James]
Baptised 23 March 1884 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of James and Maria Cottrell, resident Heydon. In the 1901 census he was aged 17, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Bricklayer's Labourer, son of James and Maria Cottrell, resident Hurles Grove, Heydon, Aylsham, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Harrold's Grove, Heydon, 575660 Gunner, 423rd Battery, Royal Field Artillery.

GOGLE
Armand
In the 1911 census he was aged 23, born Attleborough, Norfolk, a Labourer on Farm, servant to Laura Aves (a widow), resident with Nelson and Edwin Aves (above) at Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident "Earle Arms" Inn, Heydon, S/3/030337 Sergeant, 3rd Field Butchery, Army Service Corps.

GRIX
Benjamin

Private 14639, 7th Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Enlisted 11 September 1914 in Norwich, transferred as Private 336366/546372 to Labour Corps 660th Agricultural Company 26 March 1919. Wounded Right Ankle, deaf, shell wounds. GSW Arm, GSW Chest. Treated at Bradford War Hospital (14 November 1916 to 26 February 1917) and No. 6 General Hospital, Rouen. Born 17 February 1886 in Marsham, Norfolk, son of Benjamin and Charlotte GRIX (nee Charlotte LAKEY) according to Army Papers they were not married. Enlisted 11 September 1914. In the 1911 census he was aged 25, born Marsham, Norfolk, a Farmer's son working on the farm, son of Benjamin and Charlotte Grix, resident Cropton Hal, Heydon, Norfolk. At enlistment he was a Farmer by trade, height 5 feet 5½ inches, weight 109 lbs, chest 33-35 inches, single, fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. Demobilized 26 February 1919. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Cropton Hall Farm, Heydon, 546372 Private, 660th Agricultural Company.

Extract from Downham Market Gazette - Saturday 30 October 1915, page 2:

Information has been reccived by Mr, and Mrs, Grix, Cropton Hall, Heydon, that their only son, Private Benjamin Grix, 7th Norfolks, has been wounded, aud is now in hospital ia France.

GRIX
Claude Clifton
Private 16326, 9th Battalion Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action in France and Flanders 13 February 1917. Enlisted Norwich. Born 1896 in Cawston (Heydon on SDGW), son of George Alfred and Elizabeth Ann GRIX (nee Elizabeth Ann LAKEY). On 26 September 1902 he was mentioned in Heydon School log. In the 1911 census he was aged 15, born Sawston. Norfolk, a Farmer's son working on farm, son of george Grix (a widower) resident Malthouse Farm, Heydon, Norfolk. No known grave. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 30 and 31.

HALES
George [Ernest]
In the 1921 census he was aged 30, born Mautby, Norfolk, a Wheelwright employed by Robert Butler, married to Alice with two sons and a daughter, resident Jennings' Row, Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon.

HARRISON
J
No further information available at present

HAYES
Joseph
In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon, 165037 private, 114th Sirge Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery.

HIPPERSON
William Robert
[Not on the marble memorial]. Private 3/7594. 1st Battalion Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action in France and Flanders 5 May 1915. Aged 19. Born Corpusty. Enlisted Norwich. Son of James John and Emmeline Hipperson, of 14, Rowington Rd., Norwich. No known grave. Commemorated on Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 4.

JARVIS
Arnold
Born 11 April 1887. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 January 1896, son of Robert Jarvis, left 2 June 1899 when he was exempt. In the 1911 census he was aged 23, born Laxthorpe, Norfolk, a Farm labourer, married to Edith with one son, resident Corpusty Lodge, Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon.

JARVIS
Cecil [Fritz Norman]
Born 10 August 1896. Baptised 6 September 1896 in Heydon with Irmingland, Norfolk, son of Robert and Jane Javis, resident Heydon. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 29 April 1901, son of Robert Jarvis, resident Heydon, left 28 July 1909 when he acquired an Attendance Certificate. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon, 85516 Sapper, Royal Engineers.

JARVIS
Horace
In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Street, Heydon, Leading Seaman 196531, H.M.S. "Paris."

MASSINGHAM
James
In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Malthouse Farm, Heydon, Stoker 213260, H.M.S. "Lord Nelson."

MIDDLETON
Thomas [Lindsey]
Born 8 January 1894. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk 18 April 1898, son of Thomas Middleton, resident Corpusty, left the village 17 February 1899. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Eagle Lodge, Heydon, 307765 Private, 5th Reserve Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers.

NEALE
George [Edward]
Born 16 February 1889. Baptised 7 April 1889 in Heydon with Irmingland, Norfolk, son of Edward and Mary Elizabeth Neale, resident Heydon, Norfolk. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 January 1896, son of Edward Neale, left 1899 having gained exemption. In the 1911 census he was aged 22, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Carpenter, son of Edward and Mary Elizabeth Neale, resident Heydon, Norfolk.

OSBORNE
William
In the 1911 census he was aged 25, born Hethersett, Norfolk, a Shoeing and general Smith, married to Ellen, resident The Street, Heydon, Norfolk.

OWEN
Arthur
Private 18093, 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Died of wounds in France and Flanders on 24 August 1918. Born 1 February 1887 in Heydon. Enlisted Norwich. Baptised 8 April 1888 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of William and Mary Owen. Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 January 1896, son of William Owen, left 3 May 1901 having gained exemption. Husband of Phoebe Mary Ann (nee GRIX, daughter of Benjamin GRIX). Brother of James and Robert (below). In the 1911 census he was aged 23, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Labourer On Farm, son of William and Mary Owen, resident Man Cropton Hall, Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident Jenning's Row, Heydon, 18093, 1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment. Buried in Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt, Somme, France. Plot IV. Row G. Grave 12.

OWEN
James [John]
Baptised 15 April 1877 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of William and Mary Owen. Brother of Arthur (above) and Robert (below). In the 1911 census he was aged 25, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Labourer On Roads, son of William and Mary Owen, resident Man Cropton Hall, Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident Dalling Road, Heydon, 631701 Corporal, 945th Area Employment Company.

OWEN
Robert
Private 868232, 2nd Battalion Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment). Killed in action 29 July 1917. Born 1 August 1888 in Heydon, Norfolk. Baptised 6 September 1890 in Heydon with Irmingland, Norfolk, son of William and Mary Owen, resident Heydon, Norfolk. Son of William and Mary Owen, of Heydon, Norfolk; brother of Arthur and James (above). His school record gives his date of birth as 1 August 1890, admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk, 6 January 1896, son of William Owen, left 1900 having gained exemption. His next of kin on his Attestation Papers is his mother Mary Owen. He lived in Sunderland, Ontario, where he was a farmer. In the 1911 census he was aged 20, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Farm Labourer, son of William and Mary Owen, resident Man Cropton Hall, Heydon, Norfolk. Attested 19 May 1916 in Sunderland, Ontario, Canada, aged 27 years 9 months, a Farmer by trade, height 5 feet 9 inches, weight 140 lbs, chest 35½-38½ inches, dark complexion, brown eyes, dark brown hair, religious denomination Church of England. Sailed from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, for England aboard S.S. Olympic 23 July 1916, arrived Liverpool, England 31 July 1916; transferred to France 11 October 1916, joined 2nd Battaion 1 November 1916. Admitted to 7 Canadaian General Hospital, Etaples, with Bronchitis 23 December 1916, moved to 6 Convalescent Depot, Etaples, 17 January 1917, discharged to Camp 23 January 1917, suffered conjunctivitis 26 April to 29 April 1917. Buried in Maroc British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. Plot II. Row H. Grave 16. National Archives of Canada Accession Reference: Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF), RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 7521 - 4

OWEN
Thomas
Baptised 5 September 1880 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of William and Mary Owen. In the 1921 census he was aged 40, born Heydon, Norfolk, a General Labourer for B. Grix (Farmer), resident with sister-in-law, Phoebe Owen, at Jennings' Row, Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident Dalling Road, Heydon, 381033 Private, 2nd/5th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment.

PEASE
James Ernest
In the 1921 census he was aged 52, born Yorkshire, a Clerk in Holy Order, married to Janet Elizabeth Pease, resident The Rectory, The Green, Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Rectory, Heydon, 269868, Aircraftman 3rd Class, Reserve Depot, Royal Air Force.

SPOONER
Charles
In the 1911 census he was aged 24, born Thorpe St Andrews, Norfolk, a Groom, boarding with Robert Jarvis in Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident The Rectory, Heydon, 2092 Private, 1st/1st Battalion, Norfolk Regiment.

SPRAGGINS
Arthur
In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident Workhouse Farm, Heydon, 35924 Sapper. A.T. Company, Royal Engineers.

TOWNSEND
Arthur S
In the 1921 census he was aged 31, born Booton, Norfolk, a Horseman employed by Mr W Humphrey (a Farmer), married to Ella with two daughters and one son, resident Hurrells Grove, Heydon, Norfolk.

WRIGHT
Bertie
Private 17/587, 17th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers. Born 22 February 1890. Son of James Wiliiam and Ellen Wright, of Thurning, Guist, Norfolk. Brother of Ralph, Thomas and William Wright (listed here). Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk 6 January 1896, son of James Wright left 10 February 1902 to go to work. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident By Laundry, Heydon, 587 Private, 17th Battalion, Northumberland Fusiliers Pioneers.

WRIGHT
Ralph
Born 9 January 1899. Baptised 5 March 1899 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of James William and Ellen Wright. Son of James Wiliiam and Ellen Wright, of Thurning, Guist, Norfolk. Brother of Bertie, Thomas and William Wright (listed here). Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk 1904, son of James Wright, resident Dog Corner Lodge, Heydon, left 22 March 1912 having reached 14 years of age. In the 1921 census he was aged 22, born Heydon, Norfolk, a Farm Labour employed by Mr Howlett (a Farmer), resident with his parents, James William and Ellen Wright, at Keepers Cottage, Heydon, Norfolk. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident By Laundry, Heydon, 28417 Private, 8th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment.

WRIGHT
Thomas [John]
Norfolk Regiment. Born 18 March 1892. Baptised 1 May 1892 in Heydon, Norfolk, son of James William and Ellen Wright. Son of James Wiliiam and Ellen Wright, of Thurning, Guist, Norfolk. Brother of Bertie, Ralph and William Wright (listed here). Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk 28 April 1896, son of James Wright, resident Heydon, left around 1899 to go to work. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 & 1919 he is listed as resident By Laundry, Heydon, Y3/024383 Driver, 34th Division Train, Royal Army Service Corps.

WRIGHT
William James
Private 9826, 10th Battalion Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action at Gallipoli on 10 August 1915. Aged 22. Born 10 October 1893, and resident, Heydon, Norfolk. Enlisted Winchester. Baptised 5 November 1893 in Heydon with Irmingland, Norfolk, son of James William and Ellen Wright, resident Heydon, Norfolk. Son of James Wiliiam and Ellen Wright, of Thurning, Guist, Norfolk. Brother of Bertie, Thomas and Ralph Wright (listed here). Admitted to Heydon School, Heydon, Norfolk 18 April 1898, son of James Wright, resident Heydon, left for work 17 February 1899. In the Absent Voter's List for Heydon 1918 he is listed as resident By Laundry, Heydon. No known grave. Commemorated on Helles Memorial, Turkey. Panel 125-134 or 223-226 228-229 and 328.

ROLL of HONOUR
HEYDON

NAMES OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE
WORLD WAR II
1939-1945

  BAILEY F G
No further information currently available
  BARBER A G
No further information currently available
  BARBER F J
No further information currently available
  BARBER L C
No further information currently available
  BECK F P
No further information currently available
  BRAMBLE A
No further information currently available
  BRAMBLE C
No further information currently available
  BRAMBLE Frederick W
Born 14 May 1921. In the 1939 Register he was single, an Agricultural Repairer & Undertaker, son of Williamm J and Gladys M Bramble, resident The Street, Heydon, St Faith's and Aylsham, St Faith's and Aylsham R.D., Norfolk,
  BRAMBLE G
No further information currently available
  BRAMBLE G
No further information currently available
  BRAMBLE James G
Born 19 June 1919, a Journeyman Carpenter, married to Dorothy M Bramble, resident 22 The Street, Heydon, St Faith's and Aylsham, St Faith's and Aylsham R.D., Norfolk.
  BUCKINGHAM G
No further information currently available
  DAVERSON Ronald F
Born 7 September 1925. In the 1939 Register he was single, at school, son of Reginald B and Ethel C Daverson, resident Post Office, Heydon, St Faith's and Aylsham, St Faith's and Aylsham R.D., Norfolk.
  DUFF J W
No further information currently available
  FITT Hedley D
Born 29 May 1906. In the 1939 Register he was a General Labopurer, single, resident The Lodges, Heydon, St Faith's and Aylsham, St Faith's and Aylsham R.D., Norfolk.
  HUTCHINS S M
No further information currently available
  JONES A T
No further information currently available
  KENDLE P
No further information currently available
  LONG H
No further information currently available
  PEGG G
No further information currently available
  SAMPSON D T P
No further information currently available
  TOWNSEND Richard G
Born 16 April 1922. In the 1939 Register he was an Under Samekeeper, single, son of Arthur S and Ellen E Townsend, resident The Street Heydon, St Faith's and Aylsham, St Faith's and Aylsham R.D., Norfolk.
  TUDDENHAM A
No further information currently available
  WADLOW R W
No further information currently available
  WELLER George A E
[Listed as G E A WELLER on memorial] Born 13 June 1924, a General Labourer.single, son of Helen M Weller (a widow), resident The Street Heydon, St Faith's and Aylsham, St Faith's and Aylsham R.D., Norfolk.
  WRIGHT P L
No further information currently available
  WRIGHT T J
No further information currently available

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