Roll of Honour

Many Hudgell's and family members

served their country in WW1 and WW2

 those listed below gave the ultimate sacrifice

Lest we Forget

 

In Honour of our Serviceman

who died

serving their country

during

 

1914 - 1918

and

1939 - 1945

 

Remembered with Honour

Thiepval Memorial
Somme

France

 

 

 

Arthur Hudgell

 

Private - Essex Regiment -13th Bn.

Died 28 July 1916

Aged 22

 

 

Son of

George and Martha Hudgell,

 Hackney Wick, London

His brother John Thomas fell also*

 

 

 

 

Francis Edward Hudgell

 

Rifleman - City of London Rifles

Died 25 August 1915

Age 20

 

Son of

Francis Edward and Annie Hudgell

 Kennington Park, London

 

 

 

Remembered with Honour

Maroc British Cemetery

Pas De Calais

France

Remembered with Honour

Buried Tyne Cot Memorial

Zonnebeke

West-Vlaanderen

Belgium

 

Alfred George Frederick Hudgell

 

Rifleman - Rifle Brigade

Died 20 August 1917

Age 21

 

Son of

 Mr. and Mrs. G. Hudgell,

 Battersea, London

John Thomas Hudgell*

 

Son of

George and Martha Hudgell

 Hackney Wick, London

 

 His brother Arthur also fell

Private - London Regiment

 

Died 27 August 1918

Age 21

 

 

Remembered with Honour

Vis-en-Artois

Pas de Calais

France

 

Remembered with Honour

Buried Chatham Naval Memorial

England

 
 

Cyril Raymond Hudgell

 

Able Seaman - Royal Navy

Died 14 December 1944

Age 22

 

 

Son of

C. G. and A. L. Hudgell,

of Wanstead, Essex

 

 

 

Laurence Albert Hudgell

 

Sapper - Royal Australian Engineers

Died 7 August 1943

Aged 27

 

Son of

Charles Laurence and Daisy Edith Hudgell,

 of West Geelong, Victoria

 

Remembered with Honour

Adelaide River War Cemetery

Australia

 

 

 

 

 

Kenneth Napier Hudgell

 

Sergeant Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Died 21 July 1941

Age 29

 

Son of

Henry Francis and Robina Hudgell,

of Ipswich.

 

Ipswich Cemetery Suffolk

 

 

 

James Nathaniel Hudgell

 

Private - Bedfordshire Regiment

Died 17 February 1915

Age 29

 

Son of

Fredrick and Annie Hudgell, of

 Rochford Cottages, Stanstead, Essex

 

Remembered with Honour

Ypres Memorial

Ieper, West-Vlaanderen

Belgium

 

 

 

 

 

Remembered with Honour

Singapore Memorial

Singapore

Harold (Harry) Ernest Hudgell

 

Leading Aircraftman - Royal Air Force

died 14 July 1945

Aged 33

 

 

Son of

Henry William and Elizabeth Ann Hudgell

 husband of Phyllis Mary Hudgell,

of Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire

 

 

 

 

 

George Lewis Sharp

 (6024734)  Private 1st Bn., Essex Regiment

Died 29 November 1941 age 26

Commemorated KNIGHTSBRIDGE CEMETERY, ACROMA, LIBYA

Son of

Harry and E Sharp of Epping, he was killed serving with the Essex Regiment at El-Duda in Libya.

 His name is spelled incorrectly as Sharpe on Epping War Memorial

www.roll-of-honour.com/Essex/Epping.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remembered with Honour

Epping War Memorial

 
   

 

Leonard E. Bettis

(900253) Sergeant 59 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Who died 28 August 1940 age 20

 Commemorated Epping Cemetery Originally lived at Theydon Mount his mother died when he was 4 years old.

 In 1935 he and his sister Mary went to live with his aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs G Perry, in St Johns Road, Epping. He worked as a carpenter for Mr B Cable before joining the RAF in July 1939.

He was killed on 28th August 1940 when his Bristol Blenheim bomber crashed in fog in England after a raid on occupied France. He had celebrated his 20th birthday the day before his death. The funeral was held at St Johns Church on Tuesday 3rd September. The service was conducted during an air-raid warning.

 

Remembered with Honour

Epping War Memorial

 

 

 

 

 

Stevens William James

(L/15815) Private 4th Bn., Royal Fusiliers

Who died 26 October 1914

 

 Son of

Mr and Mrs J A Stevens (Nee Hudgill) of Sunnyside Road.

Born in Epping. He joined the Army as a regular in October 1913. He went to the Western Front in the early days of the War and was killed in action during the Battle of the Aisne in 1914

 

Remembered with Honour

 

LE TOURET MEMORIAL,

 PAS DE CALAIS, FRANCE

Ernest A Love

 (16047) Private 1st Bn., Essex Regiment

Who died 6 August 1915

Age 20

 

Son of

William and Lizzie Love, of 2 Bridges Hill,

Ivy Chimneys Epping Essex

Remembered with Honour

HELLES MEMORIAL

 Turkey

 

Harry Day
 

Service No: 26613 Private  Essex Regiment
Unit Text: 1st Bn.
Age: 27


Who died on 12 October 1916

Son of

John and Eliza Day; husband of Alice Matilda Day,

of I, Hemnall St., Epping, Essex.


Grave/Memorial Reference: Pier and Face 10 D.
Cemetery: THIEPVAL MEMORIAL Somme France

Remembered with Honour

Thiepval Memorial
Somme

France

On this day during the Battle of the Somme, the 1st Essex Stormed the German held Hilt Trench, then went on to Grease Trench before being withdrawn at 5.30pm

 

 


 

Pamela Bishop 2002 - 2006  All rights reserved

 

last updated 14/08/2006 19:09

 

 

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