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Gunner, 281804,
No. 2 Depot., Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 23 August 1917.
Grave Ref. L. 7. 30.

HAMPTON, Albert Edward
Able Seaman, 178686,
H.M.S. "Victory", Royal Navy.
Died: 11 October 1919. Age 42.
Husband of Bessie Hampton,
of 83, Middlesex Rd., Milton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 16. 32.

HANDLEY, William Parry
Quartermaster Serjeant, 27660,
Royal Engineers.
Died of sickness 11 April 1916. Age 42.
Son of the late William Henry and Martha Annie Handley,
of Manchester;
husband of Annie M. Handley,
of "Westward Ho," 55, Hunter Rd., Southsea, Hants.
Grave Ref. I. 6. 52.

HARRIS, Frederick George
Private, 23438,
4th Bn., Grenadier Guards.
Died of wounds received in France 14 October 1916. Age 20.
Son of Charles Frederick and Alice Harris,
of 3, Eastfield Rd., East Southsea, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 8. 54.

HARRISON, Walter John
Boy, 88749,
Royal Field Artillery.
Died of pneumonia 26 February 1918. Age 17.
Son of Walter Ernest and Alice Elizabeth Harrison,
of 9, Tangier Rd., Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. L. 21. 33.

Gunner, RMA/8562,
Royal Marine Artillery.
Died: 10 June 1919. Age 37.
Husband of Kathleen Grace Robinson (formerly Hart),
of 40, Essex Rd., Milton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref.L.15.35.

Sapper, 518975,
Royal Engineers.
Died: 12 May 1921.
Grave Ref. B. 4. 5.

HARVEY, Herbert Lawrence
Chief Engine Room Artificer 1st Class, 268861
H.M.S. "Orcadia", Royal Navy.
Drowned 14 August 1918. Age 41.
Son of W. B. Harvey;
husband of M. E. Harvey, of 4, Selbome Terrace, Fratton Bridge, Portsmouth.
Born at Plumstead, Kent.
Grave Ref. I. 14. 36.

Private, 9906,
3rd Bn., Royal Berkshire Regiment.
Died: 1 April 1916.
Grave Ref. I.7.46.

HAWKEN, William Henry
Rifleman, 652672,
21st Bn., London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles).
Died: 1 August 1917. Age 37.
Son of Matilda Hawken,
of 43, Grafton Terrace, Maiden Rd., Kentish Town, London,
and the late William Hawken.
Grave Ref. L. 7. 29.

Colour Serjeant, RMA/3093,
Royal Marine Artillery.
Died: 17 January 1918.
Grave Ref. I. 8. 29.

HENSHAW, Albert Harold
Cook's Mate, M/147,
H.M.S. "Glatton", Royal Navy.
Died: 19 September 1918. Age 36.
Husband of Honoria Henshaw,
of 54, Prince George St., Portsea, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 12. 61.

Squadron Quartermaster Serjeant, L/181,
5th (Royal Irish) Lancers.
Died: 4 December 1918.
Son of Mrs. Ellen Hepworth, of 21, Gains Rd., Southsea.
Grave Ref. I. 13. 62.

Serjeant, 37560,
15th Bn., Worcestershire Regiment.
Died: 11 November 1917.
Grave Ref. I. 7. 74.

HOOKEY, Samuel Walter
Petty Officer Stoker, 161337,
H.M.S. "Venerable", Royal Navy.
Died: 30 November 1918.
Husband of Eliza A. Hookey,
of 33, Milford Rd., Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 15. 15.

Chief Stoker, 276030,
H.M.S. "Acasta", Royal Navy.
Died: 31 May 1916.
Grave Ref.L.9.41.

Private, 355615,
9th Bn., Hampshire Regiment.
Died: 28 September 1920. Age 23.
Son of Hubert and Sarah Howe, of 11, Inglis Rd., Southsea.
Grave Ref. J. 14.21.

Lance Serjeant, 875,
3rd Bn., Wiltshire Regiment. Labour Corps
Died: 7 February 1919.
Grave Ref.L8.75.

IRELAND, Sir Robert Megaw K B E, C B, C M G,
Colonel, Chief Paymaster,
Army Pay Department.
Died: 3 September 1919. Age 70.
Husband of Evaline Alice Ireland,
of Montrose, Yarborough Road, Southsea.
Served in the South African War.
Grave Ref. F. 11.1.

S.S. "Limeleaf", Mercantile Marine.
Died: 19 April 1917. Grave Ref. M. 2.8.

JEFFERY, Frederick Arthur
Corporal, 28653,
"B" Coy., "G" Depot, Royal Engineers.
Died of wounds 17 December 1917. Age 25.
Son of Frederick Arthur and Fanny Emily Jeffery,
of 78, Walmer Rd., Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. F. 1. 28.

JENKINS, William
S.S. "Limeleaf", Mercantile Marine.
Died: 19 April 1917. Age 35.
Husband of Elizabeth Jenkins,
of 31, Princes St., Govan, Glasgow.
Grave Ref. J. 7. 32.

JENKINS, William
Serjeant, 3354,
7th Coy. (Devon), Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 17 November 1918.
Husband of Louisa Jenkins,
of 15, Somerset Rd., East Southsea.
Grave Ref. I. 14. 44.

Labourer, 10593,
South African Native Labour Corps.
Died: 22 February 1917.
Grave Ref. I. 6. 73.

JONES, Clarence Morgan
Private, 4527,
57th Bn., Australian Infantry, A.I.F.,
Died of sickness 10 December 1916.
Son of Charles James and Mary Ann Jones,
of Oatlands, Tasmania.
Born at Bothwell, Tasmania.
Grave Ref. H. 19. 15.

KEEPER, Robert Charles
Company Quartermaster Serjeant, 1023,
Royal Garrison Artillery.
Died: 16 March 1919. Age 44.
Husband of Frances Phyllis Keeper,
of 28, Canal Walk, Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 15. 28.

Sapper, 217626,
604th Fortress Coy., Royal Engineers.
Died: 28 October 1918.
Grave Ref. I. 8. 73.

Boy, S/39092,
Rifle Brigade.
Died: 14 July 1920. Age 16.
Son of James and Mary King,
of 127, Lorrimore Rd., Walworth, London.
Grave Ref. I. 8. 77.

KINGSWELL, William Charles
Engine Room Artificer 2nd Class, 271258, D S M,
H.M.S. "P.12", Royal Navy.
Died: 6 November 1918. Age 30.
Husband of Louisa Kingswell,
of 263, Francis Avenue, Southsea.
Grave Ref. J. 14. 11.

KNIGHT, Albert.
Shipwright 2nd Class, M/12558,
H.M.S. "Dolphin", Royal Navy.
Died: 12 July 1918. Age 24.
Son of Augustus William and Lucy Knight,
of "St. Anns," Asylum Rd., Milton, Portsmouth;
husband of Charlotte Knight.
Grave Ref. J. 13. 4.

KNIGHT, Arthur Rodney
Sapper, 1484,
2nd/7th Hants Field Coy., Royal Engineers.
Died: 16 January 1916. Age 21.
Son of Mr. J. D. and Mrs. C. L. Knight,
of 120, Prince Albert Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. G. 17. 25.

Gunner, 212610,
15th Reserve Bty., Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 11 March 1917. Age 33.
Son of Thomas and Clara Knighton;
husband of Florence Sarah Knighton,
of 13, Motcombe Rd., Eastbourne.
Grave Ref. I. 6. 74.

Private, 9447,
South African Native Labour Corps.
Died: 21 February 1917.
Grave Ref.L6.73.



HALLIDAY, Robert Champney
Chief Stoker, P/K 64623,
Royal Navy.
Died: 26 October 1943.
Grave Ref. U. 4. 40.

HARDING, William Alfred
Gunner, 2038241,
391 Bty., 48 Searchlight Regt,
Royal Artillery.
Died: 19 August 1940.
Grave Ref. Y. 3. 26.

HARRIS John Henry
Chief Petty Officer Supply, P/MX 45066,
H.M.S. Sandwich., Royal Navy.
Died: 27 April 1941. Age 33.
Son of John Henry and Ellen Harris, of Landport, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. M. 16. 32.

Chief Petty Officer, P/220834, BEM,
Royal Navy.
Died: 29 December 1946. Age 60.
Son of Henry and Louisa Hawkes;
husband of Mary F. Hawkes, of Copnor.
Grave Ref. F. 9. 18.

HAWKINS, George Ernest
Lance Corporal, 2664035,
6th Bn., Coldstream Guards.
Died: 2 November 1941. Age 30.
Son of George Thomas Hawkins and Florence Hawkins, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. X. 8. 18.

HAWKINS, Sidney, Reginald
Flight Sergeant (Pilot) 1605213,
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 30 May 1945. Age 28.
Son of Sidney Lenard and Annie Hawkins, of Portsmouth;
husband of Eileen Doris Hawkins, of North End, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. CC. 16. 22.

HEALY, Francis Hubert
Chief Petty Officer Writer, P/M 6063,
H.M.S. Victory., Royal Navy.
Died: 21 September 1943.
Grave Ref. M. 1. 64.

HEATH, Walter Eric Charles
Sergeant (Nav./Bomber) 655954,
246 Sqdn., Royal Air Force.
Died: 24 January 1943. Age 27.
Son of Sydney Charles Heath, and of Gertrude Mary Heath, of Walton-on-Thames, Surrey.
Grave Ref. U. 3. 24.

HEGARTY, Michael George William
Sapper, 13077193,
Royal Engineers.
Died: 19 January 1944.
Grave Ref. M. 5. 59.

HILLS, Malcolm Roy
Shipwright (Apprentice) P/MX 117748,
H.M.S. Victory, Royal Navy.
Died: 15 July 1944.
Grave Ref. C. 18. 36.

HONEYCOMBE, William Samuel McAvoy
Chief Petty Officer, P/J 21042,
H.M.S. Excellent., Royal Navy.
Died: 12 April 1945.
Grave Ref. Y. 15. 19.

HOSKINS, Horace Hicks
Trooper, 7932872,
Royal Armoured Corps.
Died: 25 May 1941. Age 36.
Son of Herbert William and Florence Hoskins, of Milton, Southsea.
Grave Ref L. 17. 34.

HUGHES, Ronald William
Sergeant (Air Bomber) 1333407,
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 21 August 1943. Age 22.
Son of William Joseph Hughes, and of Alice Cecelia May Hughes, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. Y. 12. 38.

HULLEY, Ronald Norman
Serjeant, 2063458, 59 Lt. A.A. Regt.,
Royal Artillery.
Died: 6 March 1943. Age 27.
Husband of Betty Lilian Hulley, of North End, Portsmouth
Grave Ref. Z. 39. 1.

HUTCHINS, Eric Albert
Shipwright (Apprentice) P/MX 61589,
Royal Navy.
Died: 16 March 1945. Age 20.
Grave Ref. J. 15. 30.

JAGO, Ernest George
Canteen Manager, C/NX/1526,
H.M.S. Victory., Royal Naval Canteen Service.
Died: 24 February 1945. Age 28.
Son of Ernest Charles and Lilian May Jago, of Staines, Middlesex;
husband of M. G. Jago of Milton, Southsea.
His brother Edwin Charles also died on service.
Grave Ref. Z.2. Row 4. Grave 1.

JEUNE, William Charles
Chief Petty Officer, P/229932,
H.M.S. Victory., Royal Navy.
Died: 24 August 1940. Age 54.
Husband of Eugenie Louisa Jeune, of Portsmouth, who was killed in the same incident.
Grave Ref. Y. 4. 3.

JOHNSON, Albert Edward
Signalman, 2596597,
Royal Corps of Signals.
Died: 10 March 1941. Age 26.
Son of Paul and Jenny Johnson, of Southsea;
husband of Elsie May Johnson, of Haslemere, Surrey.
Grave Ref. Z. 29. 5.

JOHNSON, Richard Ernest
Petty Officer Stoker, P/364621,
H.M.S. Victory., Royal Navy.
Died: 1 August 1947. Age 60.
Son of Richard Derry Johnson and Eliza Johnson, of Portsmouth;
husband of Flora Johnson, of Copnor.
Grave Ref. U. 6. 12.

JONES, Islwyn
Sergeant, 57677,
Royal Air Force.
Died: 30 May 1947. Age 25.
Son of Morgan and Helena Winifred Jones;
husband of Barbara Pauline Dorothy Jones, of Cosham, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. EE. 16. 7.

JONES, Lewis Dykin
Leading Aircraftman, 1275034,
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 7 June 1942. Age 37.
Son of Thomas M. Jones and Annie E. Jones;
husband of Rosa Mary Jones, of Reading, Berkshire.
Grave Ref. X. 15. 29.

JONES, Richard Peacey
Chief Petty Officer, P/J 26808,
Royal Navy. 9 May 1947. Age 49.
Husband of Elsie May Jones, of Eastney.
Grave Ref. M. 15. 60.

JUSTICE, Ronald John Archibald
Private, 14251029,
General Service Corps.
Died: 29 August 1942. Age 18.
Son of John Montague and Kate Elizabeth Fanny Justice, of Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. K. 14. 37.

KENT, Frank Leslie George
Petty Officer Air Mechanic (A) FX 76869,
H.M.S. Nightjar, Royal Navy.
Died: 9 March 1944. Age 27.
Son of Frank Leslie Langford Kent and Bertha Edith Kent, of Portsmouth;
husband of Ethel Eileen Kent, of Stanmore, Winchester.
Grave Ref. W. 13. 5.

KING, John Arthur Patrick
Leading Stoker, P/KX 59416,
H.M.S. Victory., Royal Navy.
Died: 26 November 1944. Age 46.
Husband of Amy Alice Mary Maud King, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. M. 1. 68.

KNIGHT, Arthur William Lawrence
Sergeant, 131797,
Mentioned in Despatches,
Royal Air Force.
Died: 12 October 1943. Age 42.
Son of William and Phyllis Knight;
husband of Winifred Mary Knight, of Stamshaw, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. W. 15. 16.

KNOTT, Ronald Sidney
Flight Sergeant (W.Op./Air Gnr.) 551646,
42 Sqdn., Royal Air Force.
Died: 30 August 1941. Age 20.
Son of Sidney Charles and Ivy Amelia Knott, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. X. 7. 27.

KYTE, Edgar James
Boom Engineer,
H.M.S. Spartiate, Royal Naval Reserve.
Died: 21 January 1945. Age 54.
Son of George and Annie Mary Kyte, of Portsmouth. A.M.I.Mar.E., F.R.S.A.
Grave Ref. ZZ. 8. 7.