Individuals

Charles Henry Stoneman


Charles Henry Reekes


2nd Lt Mansel-Carey


Lt william noel Hodgson m.c.

9th Devon's


unknown Captain


l/c e.r. Bennett


pvt george martin






william john eveleigh


Pte Warneford Wilkinson-

pre ww1




thomas curtis rowe


private george h. stacey

Private George Stacey, 1st/5th Devon's, lies within the lower section of the Western Front in Chambrecy British Cemetery, Marne, south west of Reims. Born and enlisted at Newton Abbot he had been a boilersmith's mate at the GWR workshops at Newton Abbot railway station at the outbreak of war. A member of the Devonshire Regiment Territorials, he as served in garrison duties in India from 1914 to 1917, and fought in the Palestine campaign and was then transferred to the Western Front. Killed in action, newspaper reports quote a letter a letter from a 'chum' that state he was shot through the heart. He died on Sunday 28th July 1918, aged 21. He is listed on Newton Abbot war memorial and on the GWR Roll of Honour displayed at many railway stations including Exeter and Newton Abbot. Rest in Peace.



Pvt FRancis James Warren