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Private, 4058,
Royal Marine Light Infantry.
Died: 13 December 1917.
Grave Ref. M. 5.25.

Colour Serjeant, PO/10859,
Portsmouth Bn., Royal Marine Light Infantry.
Died: 19 August 1917.
Grave Ref. I. 12. 32.

LETAU, Karel Kgokong
Private, 9286,
South African Native Labour Corps.
Died: 21 February 1917. Age 18.
Son of Philip and Martha Letau,
of Doom Kop, Lammerkop, Transvaal.
Grave Ref. I. 6. 73.

Pioneer, 374324,
Royal Engineers.
Died: 25 October 1918. Age 35.
Husband of Elizabeth Lind,
of 27, Blucher Place, Brighton.
Grave Ref. 1.12. 67.

Rifleman, 9339,
3rd Bn., Rifle Brigade.
Died: 2 November 1914.
Grave Ref.L 7.17.

LOVELL, Cedric
Leading Trimmer, 2932/ST,
H.M.S. "Pembroke", Royal Naval Reserve.
Died: 13 April 1920. Age 25.
Son of Mrs. Eliza Lovell,
of 61, Jubilee Rd., Southsea.
Grave Ref. B. 2. 14.

LYNCH, Thomas Francis
Private, 130,
32nd Bn., Australian Infantry, A.I.F.,
Died of wounds: 18 December 1916.
Son of Henry Francis and Mary Lynch,
of 42, Tfould St., Adelaide, South Australia.
Grave Ref. H. 19. 5.

MACFARLANE, Charles Stuart
Private, 66490,
Royal Army Medical Corps.
Died: 9 August 1917. Age 46.
Husband of Maria Caroline Macfarlane,
of 28, Longs Rd., Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. L. 6. 34.

Lieutenant, 93,
South African Postal Corps.
Died: 21 February 1917.
Grave Ref. I. 7. 68.

Officer's Cook 1st Class, L/3006,
H.M.S. "Renown", Royal Navy.
Died: 17 May 1918.
Grave Ref. I. 6. 45.

Private, 280459,
1st Bn., Hampshire Regiment.
Died: 29 May 1918.
Grave Ref. I.14.28.

MARTIN, William Henry
Stoker 1st Class, 281900,
H.M.S. "Victory", Royal Navy.
Died of phthisis: 12 February 1920. Age 42.
Husband of Elizabeth Amy Martin,
of 80, Portchester Rd., North End, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. 1.19. 20.

King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment).
Died: 25 February 1917.
Grave Ref. M.I 7. 3.

MATON, Harold Victor
Petty Officer Stoker, K/6633,
H.M.S. "Rocket", Royal Navy.
Died of pneumonia 17 October 1918. Age 30.
Husband of Florence May Maton,
of 54, Heidelberg Rd., Southsea.
Grave Ref. I. 15. 9.

Private, 18726,
Hampshire Regiment.
Died: 12 October 1917. Age 20.
Son of William Thomas and Henrietta Matthews,
of 3, Labourers Cottages, Lower Common, Putney, London.
Grave Ref. L. 7. 31.

McALISTER, Frederick Philip
Petty Officer, 132519,
H.M.S. "Victory", Royal Navy.
Died: 15 December 1917. Age 48.
Husband of Nell McAlister,
of 51, Whitecliff Avenue, Copnor, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 14. 11.

S.S. "Limeleaf", Mercantile Marine.
Died: 19 April 1917.
Grave Ref J.7.32.

Engine Room Artificer 1st Class, 269154,
H.M.S. "Victory", Royal Navy.
Died: 11 September 1918. Age 41.
Husband of Daisy McDonald,
of 118, Talbot Rd., Southsea.
Grave Ref. I. 15. 6.

Meakin, William
H.M.S. "Peregrine", Royal Navy.
Died: 9 December 1918. Age 41.
Husband of Mabel Rose Meakin,
of 177, Shearer Rd., Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 15. 17.

Driver, 227,
24th Bn, Australian Infantry, A.I.F.,
Died of sickness 28 August 1918. Age 21.
Son of Andrew and Sophie Melville,
of 117, Peel St. North, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.
Grave Ref. H. 19. 12.

Miller, John Charles
Canteen Assistant,
H.M.S. "Renown", Navy and Army Canteen Board.
Died of sickness 1 December 1917. Age 20.
Son of Mrs. E. Miller, of 2, Lion St., Portsea, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 14. 9.

MILLER, James Downie
Master at Arms, 280440,
H.M.S. "Victory", Royal Navy.
Died: 14 October 1917. Age 39.
Husband of Elizabeth Louisa Miller,
of 51, Liverpool Rd., Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. J. 9. 31.

Private, 9256,
South African Native Labour Corps.
Died: 21 February 1917. Age 41.
Son of Agos and Kaatje Mkoni,
of Somerset East, Cape Province.
Grave Ref. I. 6.71.

MOGFORD, William James George
2nd Corporal, 34629,
Royal Engineers.
Died: 25 February 1919. Age 24.
Son of Mr. W. J. and Mrs. M. A. Mogford,
of 13, School Rd., Melincrythan, Neath.
Grave Ref. I. 1. 62.

Private, 9368,
South African Native Labour Corps.
Died: 21 February 1917
Grave Ref.L6.71.

MOORES, Dennis
Private, 356079,
9th Bn., Hampshire Regiment.
Died: 15 January 1920. Age 25.
Son of Fred and Kate Emily Moores,
of Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. I. 7. 39.

6th Engineer,
S.S. "Limeleaf", Mercantile Marine.
Died: 19 April 1917.
Grave Ref J 7.32.

S.S. "Caimdhu", Mercantile Marine.
Died: 15 April 1917.
Grave Ref M. 5. 24.

Gunner, 199092,
Royal Field Artillery.
Died: 15 May 1917.
Grave Ref L 7.28.



LAMING, Frederick John
Colour Serjeant, PO/306,
Royal Marines.
died: 10 March 1941. Age 30.
Grave Ref. Z. 17. 6.

LAVER, Roland Horace Baden Powell
Petty Officer Stoker, P/K 53506,
Royal Navy.
Died: 10 December 1946. Age 46.
Son of Horace and Ethel Laver;
husband of Florence May Laver, of Buckland, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. EE. 17. 49.

LAWRENCE, Alfred Charles
Lance Bombardier, 870794,
333 Bty., 551 Coast Regt., Royal Artillery.
Died: 15 September 1943. Age 23.
Son of Harry and Mary Lawrence, of Milton, Southsea.
Grave Ref. U. 18. 30.

LAWRENCE, Ernest William
Squadron Leader, 10113,
Royal Air Force.
Died: 23 April 1944. Age 56.
Son of William and Ada Lawrence;
husband of Jessie Louisa Lawrence, of Copnor.
Grave Ref. U. 16. 16.

LAWRIE, Robert
Private, 7605110,
Royal Army Ordnance Corps, attd. Royal Artillery
Died:30 September 1941.
Grave Ref. X. 8. 22.

LAYZELL, Ewart Percy
Corporal, PO/214685,
Royal Marines.
Died: 15 March 1944.
Grave Ref. I. 9. 37.

LETHBRIDGE, Roland Percy
Telegraphist, P/JX 137359,
H.M. Submarine Olympus., Royal Navy.
Died: 15 November 1947. Age 30.
Son of Stephen Charles and Emily Kate Lethbridge, of Copnor.
Grave Ref. EE. 10. 17.

LIGHTFOOT, Stanley Walter
Chief Petty Officer, P/M 34866,
Royal Navy.
Died: 15 October 1947. Age 47.
Son of Walter and Mary Lightfoot;
husband of Greta Gladys Lightfoot, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. X. 14. 32.

LININGTON, Harold Walter
Petty Officer, P/JX 135335,
Mentioned in Despatches,
H.M.S. Impulsive., Royal Navy.
Died: 13 September 1945. Age 30.
Son of Wilfred Harold and Rosina Hilda Linington, of Portsmouth;
husband of Rita Beatrice Violet Linington, of Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. BB. 19. 10.

Looker, Albert Henry
Royal Navy.
Died: 20 March 1946. Age 66.
Son of Richard and Ellen Looker;
husband of Jessie Laura Looker, of Copnor.
Grave Ref. BB. 15. 15.

LOWE, Arthur Frank
Petty Officer, P/J 17702,
H.M.S. Vemon., Royal Navy.
Died: 1 January 1940. Age 43.
Grave Ref. A. 20. 63.

MALE, Henry Thomas
Gunner, 1553520,
490 Indep. Searchlight Bty., Royal Artillery.
Died: 21 June 1940. Age 23.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Male, of Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. Y. 14. 31.

MANN, Fitzroy Archibald Henry
Sapper, 5512417,
Royal Engineers.
Died: 24 September 1944. Age 29.
Son of Oscar and Ellen Mann, of Cosham, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. CC. 9. 11.

MANNERS, Arthur Edwin
Sick Berth Attendant, P/MX 60000,
Royal Navy.
Died: 1 June 1944. Age 24.
Son of Arthur and Ethel Manners, of Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. CC. 9. 24.

MANSELL, Roy McKenzie
Pilot Officer (Pilot) 81646,
206 Sqdn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 1 January 1941. Age 22.
Son of Frederick Robert and Lily Mansell, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. Y. 4. 19.

MARETT, Joseph David
17th Hampshire (Portsmouth) Bn., Home Guard.
5 March 1941. Age 53.
Foster-son of Joseph David and Amelia Jane Marett;
husband of Mary Marett, of Portsmouth.
Also served in the 1914-1918 War.
Grave Ref. Z. 16. 6.

MARTIN, Herbert Jessie
Commissioned Gunner (T)
H.M.S. Fareham., Royal Navy.
23 August 1946. Age 46.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Martin;
husband of Mary Martin, of Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. M. 17. 54.

MASON, Bernard James
Musician, RMB/X 1039,
H.M.S. Wellesley., Royal Marine Band.
Died: 5 September 1941. Age 18.
Adopted son of William and Elizabeth Mason, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. G. 11. 5.

MASON, Edgar Thomas
Pilot Officer (Pilot) 171956,
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 25 February 1944. Age 20.
Son of Edgar Cecil and Gertrude Alice Mason, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. Y. 10. 37.

Corporal, CH/23682,
Royal Marines.
Died: 14 December 1939.
Grave Ref. U. 16. 34.

Sick Berth Attendant, P/MX 51395,
H.M.S. Lizard., Royal Navy.
Died: 19 November 1943. Age 27.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murdo McDiarmid;
husband of Lilian Irene McDiarmid, of Cosham, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. W. 11. 19.

McGARRIGLE, Hugh Henry George
Yeoman of Signals, P/233085,
H.M.S. Victory., Royal Navy.
Died: 29 November 1945. Age 56.
Son of Henry George and Elizebeth McGarrigle;
husband of May McGamgle, of Portsea, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. M. 2. 54.

McINNES, Donald Michael
Aircraftman 2nd Class, 2332720,
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Died: 3 May 1947. Age 18.
Son of Walter John and Olive Mclnnes, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. BB. 10. 13.

MELLOR, Thomas John Montague
Apprentice Tradesman, 1876646,
Royal Engineers.
Died: 20 August 1942. Age 17.
Son of Thomas James Mellor, and of Ellen Rose Mellor, of Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. Y. 9. 23.

MILLER, George William
Leading Stoker, P/KX 80534,
H.M.S. Dunke II., Royal Navy.
Died: 18 October 1941. Age 30.
Son of Mary Elizabeth Miller, of Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. A. 17. 51.

MILNES,Joseph Sidney
Petty Officer, P/J 17206,
Royal Navy.
Died: 28 September 1943. Age 47.
Husband of Maud Mary Milnes, of North End, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. W. 11. 7.

MOOR, Alfred George
Gunner, 800275,
86 (Honourable Artillery Coy.) H.A.A. Regt., Royal Artillery.
Died: 7 December 1946. Age 36.
Son of Alfred George and Beatrice Moor;
husband of Dorothy May Moor, of Wymering.
Grave Ref. BB. 15. 5.

MORGAN, George Basset
Sapper, 54323,
393 Bty., 48 A.A. Bn., Royal Engineers.
Died: 11 April 1940.
Grave Ref. U. 21. 14.

MORRIS, Frederick John
Lance Corporal, 5510014,
101 Provost Coy., Corps of Military Police.
Died: 10 January 1942. Age 31.
Husband of Dora Vera Mabel Morris.
Grave Ref. X. 11. 19.

MORRIS, Thomas Charles
Flying Officer (Pilot) 47701, DFC,
Royal Air Force.
Died: 27 September 1943. Age 31.
Son of Thomas Richard Morris, and of Nellie Morris, of Southsea.
Grave Ref. C. 8. 8.

MOSS, Gwendoline
Wren, 13493,
Women's Royal Naval Service.
Died: 26 March 1946.
Grave Ref. K. 12. 24.

MOSS, Raymond Edward
Sapper, 2083592,
Royal Engineers.
Died: 19 May 1943. Age 21.
Son of Edmund Henry and Florence Jessie Moss, of Fratton, Portsmouth.
Grave Ref. W. 8. 12.

MULLINS, Ralph Leonard
Signalman, 2594588,
15th Div. Sigs., Royal Corps of Signals.
Died: 27 April 1941. Age 28.
Son of Leonard Henry and Nina Katherine Mullins, of Southsea;
husband of Kathleen Mullins, who was killed in the same incident.
Grave Ref. U. 18. 36.