PETERBOROUGH WAR MEMORIAL

British Tank
First World War
ARMY N to Q

NAYLOR, ARTHUR, 9 Princes Gardens, 317225, Private, Army Service Corps. Died of dysentery, aged 38, on the 12.10.17 in German East Africa. The husband of Fanny Elizabeth Naylor of 3 Albert Place, Peterborough. Buried in Dar-es-Salaam War Cemetery, Grave IV.D.11.

Naylor A      Arthur Naylor

NAYLOR, FRANK, 143 Eastgate, 30370, Private (Signaller), 4th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 19, on the 2.11.17 at Gaza. The son of William and Elizabeth Naylor of 143 Eastgate, Peterborough. Buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Grave XV.D.2.

NEALE, ARTHUR WILLIAM, 89 Cromwell Road, 40981, 2/9th 4th Middlesex Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 31.7.17 south of Ravine Wood, Ypres Salient. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Panels 49/51.  

NEALE, ATLEE, MM, High Street, Old Fletton, 44420, Sergeant, Royal Engineers. Killed in action, aged 29, at Messines on the 19.6.17. Awarded the Military Medal. The son of William and Cornelia Neale of 118 Junction Rd, Holloway, London. A native of Old Fletton, Peterborough. Buried in Dranoutre Cemetery, Grave II.J.4.

NEGUS, Frank, 38358, L/Cpl, 15th Sherwood Forester’s (Nott’s & Derby) Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 15/06/1917. Born in Peterborough. The son of Mrs A. Negus of 26 Monks Dyke, Louth. Buried in Heudicourt Communal Cemetery, France, Grave B10.

NETTLEINGHAM, WILLIAM GEORGE, 8 GNR Cottages, Lincoln Road, New England, 14699, Private, 7th Northamptonshire Regiment, (Machine Gun Section). Wounded at Guillemont on the 18.8.16 and died aged 27, on the 20.8.16 at No.21 Casualty Clearing Station, La Neuville. The only son of William and Emily Nettleingham of 15 Aston St, Iffley Rd, Oxford. Born at Oxford. Educated at Oxford Modern School. A woodcarver by trade. Buried in La Neuville British Cemetery, Grave II.A.2.  

NEWELL, WALTER ERNEST, 15 Dogsthorpe Road, 295256, Private, 4th London Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 26, on the 12.11.17 at Northampton General Hospital. The son of Charles Newell of Peterborough and the husband of Elsie Newell of 59 Welbeck St, Whitwell, Mansfield. Buried in Worksop Cemetery, Grave 17.110.

NEWLING, ERNEST ALBERT, 344 Lincoln Road, 205700, Sapper, Royal Engineers. Died of sickness, aged 28, on the 1.4.19 in hospital at Calais. The husband of F. M. Newling of 344 Lincoln Rd, Peterborough. Buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Grave XVIII.A.4.

NEWSON, RICHARD WAILS, 22 St. Johns Street, 9751, Private, 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 18, on the 9.5.15 at Aubers Ridge, France.  The son of Alfred Wails and Jane Newson of 22 St. John's St, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Panel 7. 1914 Star.

NICHOLLS, ALFRED, Peterborough, 6890, L/Corporal, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 4.3.15 at Neuve Chapelle. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Panels 28/30.

NICHOLLS, HORACE, 147 Fletton Avenue, 295251, Corporal, 2/4th London Regiment. Killed in action, aged 25, on the 21.9.17 at St. Julien. The son of Albert and Elizabeth Nicholls of 147 Fletton Avenue, Old Fletton, Peterborough and the husband of Florence Emily Nicholls of 1, Fairfax Rd, Filey, Yorks. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Panel 52.

NICHOLLS, JAMES WALTER, Stanground, 8638, Private, 2nd Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, between the 22.10.14 and the 6.11.14. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Additional Panel 58.

Nicholls J. W.      James Walter Nicholls

NICHOLS, ALFRED HENRY ALDERMAN, Peterborough, 18847, Private, 6th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 14.7.16 at Trones Wood. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.  

NICHOLS, CHARLES, 23 George Street, 28205, Private, 10th East Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 34, on the 28.3.18 in France. The son of Daniel and Hannah Nichols of 23 George St, New Fletton, Peterborough. Buried in Bienvillers Military Cemetery, Grave XV.B.6.

NICHOLLS, HARRY, Bedford Street, 203009, Private, 7th Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 28.4.17. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Panel 4.

NICKERSON, FRANCIS HENRY, Old Fletton, 307651, Private, 8th Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 21, on the 6.10.17 in Ypres Salient, Belgium. Born Woodston, Peterborough. The son of Mr H. and Mrs E. Nickerson of Somerby Villa, 76 Wisbech Rd, March. Buried in Tyne Cot Cemetery, Grave XX.F.17.

NOON, FRED, 15, Princes Road, Old Fletton, 18914, Private, 7th Northamptonshire Regiment. (Formerly 070823, Army service Corps). Killed in action, aged 18, on the 25.9.15 at Loos, France. The son of John Edward and Annie Noon of 15 Princes Rd, Old Fletton, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Panels 91/93.

Noon F      Fred Noon

NORMAN, ERNEST, 190 Rogers Street, 23273, Private, 1st Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 8.2.17 at Givenchy. No known next of kin. Buried in Gorre British and Indian Cemetery, Grave III.C.4.

NORMAN, JAMES, Round House, The Common, 22726, Private, 3rd Northamptonshire Regiment. Died at Fort Pit hospital, Chatham, aged 23, on the 10.1.16. The son of Joseph and Elizabeth Norman (nee Skeeld) of Round House, The Common, Peterborough. Buried in Peterborough (Broadway) Cemetery, Grave 7.3.2294.

NORTH, PERCY, 75 High Street, Old Fletton, 44511, Private, 22nd Manchester Regiment, (attached trench mortar battery). Died of wounds, aged 21, on the 14.10.17 at No.1 Casualty Clearing Station, Poperinghe. The son of James Thomas and Sarah Anne North of 75 High St, Old Fletton, Peterborough. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Grave XXI.F.19.

NORTHFIELD, HERBERT, 28 Palmerston Road, 6403, Private, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 10.11.14 at Ypres, Belgium. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Panels 43/45.  1914 Star.    

OAKLEY, JOHN EDWARD, 162 Cromwell Road, 891295, Bombardier, Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action, aged 19, on the 30.10.17 in Ypres Salient, Belgium, whilst on observation duty. The son of Harry Edward and Annie Oakley of 162 Cromwell Rd, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Panels 4/6.

OAKLEY, JOHN JAMES, MM, 23 Sergeant Street, 105120, Sapper, Royal Engineers. Killed in action, aged 29, on the 19.4.18 near Hazebrouck. The son of Arthur and Eliza Oakley of 23 Searjeant Street, Peterborough. Buried in Cinq Rues British Cemetery, Grave B.4.

OFFIELD, WILLIAM, 137 Wellington Street, 16622, Lance Corporal, 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of pneumonia, aged 28, on the 26.10.18 at No.56 General Hospital, France. The son of William and Mary Offield of Peterborough and the husband of F. C. Offield of 38 Shell Rd, Lewisham, London. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery, Grave LXVII.L.28.

OLIVER, JOHN WILLIAM, 14 Elm Street, 21474, Private, 4th Grenadier Guards. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 9.2.17 in France. Buried in Sailly-Saillisel British Cemetery, Grave V.I.9.

OLSEN, LEONARD, 26 Green Lane, 9592, Lance Corporal, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 19, on the 18.9.14 at Troyon Vendresse (Aisne), France. The son of Thomas and Harriet Olsen of Old Fletton, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial. 1914 Star.

Olsen L      Leonard Olsen

OSBORNE, JABEZ JAMES, 23 Wellington Street, 51422, Private, 13th Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action, aged 36, on the 9.4.17 at Arras, France. The son of Mr and Mrs Osborne of Ramsey and the husband of Mrs Bratby (formerly Osborne) of 23 Wellington St, Peterborough. Buried in Houdain Lane Cemetery, Grave C.11.

OXBY, JOSEPH, 29 Duke Street, 7193, Corporal, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 28, on the 9.5.15 at Aubers Ridge, France. The son of Robert and Edith Oxby of Dower House, Canwick, Lincoln. No known grave he is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Panels 28/30.

OXBY, ROBERT, 29 Duke Street, 14462, Corporal, 1st Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 38, on the 3.7.16. The son of Robert and Edith Oxby of Dower House, Canwick, Lincoln and the husband of Agnes Daisy Ibbott (formerly Oxby) of Manor Farm, High St, Old Fletton, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panel 1C. 1914-15 Star.

PACEY, ALBERT EDWARD, 10 New Road, Woodston, 9744, Private, 2nd East Yorkshire Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 22, on the 4.2.15 in hospital. The son of Alfred and Rebecca Pacey of 10 New Rd, Woodston, Peterborough. Buried in Ramparts Cemetery, Ypres, Grave B.17.

Pacey A E      Albert Edward Pacey

PALMER, ALFRED, 14 Wellington Street, 20540, Private, 6th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 25.4.18. The husband of Mrs Palmer of Wellington Street, Peterborough. Buried in Bouchoir New British Cemetery, Grave VI.C.15.

PALMER, DANLOE, 831 Lincoln Road, 63630, Sapper, Royal Engineers. Killed in action, aged 30, on the 11.6.17 at Vlamertinghe, Belgium. The son of George and Mary Palmer and the husband of Ethel May Palmer of 831 Lincoln Rd, Peterborough. Buried at Hop store Military Hospital, Vlamertinghe, Grave I.B.39.

PALMER, HERBERT JEFFERY, 10 Swans Place, 43440, Lance Corporal, 1st Bedfordshire Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 20, on the 13.10.17. The son of Joseph and Emily Palmer of Peterborough. Buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Grave XXI.C.9.

PALMER, JAMES, 26 Goodyers Yard, 77560, Private, 17th Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action, aged 18, on the 29.9.18. The son of Mrs Palmer of 26 Goodyer's Yard, Narrow Bridge St, Peterborough. Buried in Grevillers British Cemetery, Grave XII.D.5.

PALMER, SAMUEL, Peterborough, 5168, Company Sergeant Major, 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 12.3.15 at Neuve Chapelle. No known grave he is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Panels 28/30.

PAPWORTH, FRED, 185 Fletton Avenue, 14466, Private, 8th Royal West Surrey Regiment. Killed in action, aged 38, on the 1.8.17 between Klein Zillebeke and Voormezeele, Belgium. The son of George Papworth and the husband of Louisa Emily Glenn (formerly Papworth) of 215 Fletton Avenue, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Panels 11/14.

PAPWORTH, JOSEPH CHARLES, 86 Belsize Avenue, 295268, Private, 4th City of London Regiment, Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action, aged 28, on the 22.3.18 on the Somme. The son of Joseph and Mary Ann Papworth of 22 Mill St, Oakham, Rutland. No known grave he is commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Panels 85/86.  

PARBLES, JAMES CLAUDE, 20 Hampden Road, 16306, Private, 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 31, on the 8.3.17. The son of James and Alice Parbles of 8 Star Rd, Peterborough. Buried in Boulogne Southern Cemetery, Grave VIII.A.195.

PARKER, CHARLES HENRY, 8 Brawns Yard, Bridge Street, 4647, Private, 2nd (The Buffs), East Kent Regiment. Wounded and taken prisoner after which he died, age unknown, at Winkel Hospital, St. Eloi, on the 21.5.15. Buried in Harlebeke New British Cemetery, Grave I.D.10. 1914 Star.

PARKER, GEORGE RICHARD, 'Rose View', Eastfield Road, 22552, Private, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 29, on the 23.7.16 on the Somme. The son of Mr and Mrs G.R. Parker of Eastfield, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.

PARKER, HERBERT WILLIAM, 43 Bright Street, 200823, Private, 4th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 25, on the 19.4.17 at Gaza. The son of Jonathan Bains Parker and Mary Ann Parker of 43 Bright St, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Jerusalem Memorial, Panel 40.

PARKER, WILLIAM JOHN, 11 Jubilee Street, Woodston, 40714, Private, 7th Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action, aged 39, on the 28.4.17 near Arras, France. The son of Thomas and Annie Parker of 11 Jubilee St, Woodston, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Panel 4.

PARKINS, EDMUND LLOYD, 38 Whitsed Street, 10212, Corporal, 10th Queens Royal West Surrey Regiment. Killed in action, aged 23, on the 27.7.16. The son of Robert and Laura Parkins of 38 Whitsed St, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Panels 1/ 2.

PARKINS, ROBERT HENRY, 38 Whitsed Street, 14617, Private, 7th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 25, on the 17.4.17 between Leiven and Lens, after an attack at Vimy Ridge, France. The son of Robert and Laura Parkins of 38 Whitsed St, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Panel 7.  

PARKINSON, ERNEST CHARLES, 1 Silver Street, 33343, Private, 1st East Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 28, on the 9.4.17 near Arras, France. The son of John William Parkinson of 1 Silver St, London Rd, Peterborough. Buried in Heninel-Croisilles Cemetery, Grave I.B.25.

PARROTT, GEORGE, 42 Tower Street, 14906, Corporal, 7th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 22, on the 10.2.16 in Ypres Salient, Belgium. The son of John Thomas and Eliza Parrott of 42 Tower St, New Fletton, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Panels 43/45.

PARROTT, JAMES, 42 Tower Street, 22894, Private, 2nd Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 27.5.18. The son of John Thomas and Eliza Parrott of 42 Tower St, New Fletton, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Soissons Memorial.

PARTRIDGE, ARTHUR JOHN, 58 New Road, Woodston, 8485, Private, 2nd Norfolk Regiment. Taken prisoner of war at Kut and died, age unknown, from dysentery and starvation on the 20.9.16. The son of Thomas and Mary Partridge of 48 Leicester St, Coventry. Buried in Baghdad War Cemetery, Iraq, Grave XXI.M.35.

PARTRIDGE, WILLIAM WALTER, 'Princes Court', Albert Place, 41073, Corporal, 2nd Essex Regiment. Killed in action, aged 20, on the 1.5.17 near Arras. The son of Arthur and Eva Partridge of 3 Princes Court, Albert Place, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Panel 7.  

PATRICK, ALBERT EDWARD, 39 Albert Place, 8772, Private, 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Wounded at Aubers Ridge on the 9.5.15 and died of those wounds, aged 25, on the 21.5.15 in South Meade Hospital, Bristol. The son of Mrs Sarah Ann Patrick of 39 Globe St, Albert Place, Peterborough. Buried in Peterborough (Broadway) Cemetery, Grave 7.3.2378.  

Patrick A. E.      Albert Edward Patrick

PAUL, DONALD, 2 G.E. Railway Cottages, London Road, 43436, Private, 1st Bedfordshire Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 19, on the 9.9.16. The son of Donald and Rose Paul of 2 Great Eastern Cottages, London Rd, Peterborough. Buried at St. Pierre Cemetery, Amiens, France, Grave III.B.3.

PAULEY, WILLIAM HENRY, 7 Crawthorne Street, 7509, Private, 1st Bedfordshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 29, on the 9.11.14. The son of Francis and Hannah Pauley of Lattenbury Hill, St. Ives and the husband of Ethel Maud Pauley of 7 Crawthorne St, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Panels 10/11. 1914 Star.

PAVEY, ARTHUR WILLIAM, 44 St. Leonards Street, 8951, Private, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 10.9.16. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.

PAYNE, F, Lincoln Road, 33393, Rifleman, 16th Sherwood Foresters (Nott’s & Derby Regt). Died 9.5.18 aged 22. The son of Mrs A. Payne of 71 Lincoln Road, Peterborough. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery. Grave LXVI.B.34

PEACH, CHARLES FREDERICK, 19571, Private, 7th Bedfordshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 1.7.16. Born Peterborough, resident of Farcet. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panel 2c.  

PEACH, ERNEST, 'Bleak House', Fengate, 23418, Private, 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 31.7.17 at Hooge, Belgium. The son of Mr and Mrs C. Peach of Midgate, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Panels 43/45.

PEACH, JOHN EDWARD, Broadway, 241240, Private, 5th Suffolk Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 2.11.17 at Gaza. No known next of kin. Buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Israel, Grave VIII.F.15.

PEACOCK, GEORGE ROBERT, DCM, Hall Lane, Werrington, 26539, Lance Corporal, 2nd Bedfordshire Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 29, on the 22.8.18. The son of Mrs Jane Peacock of Hall Lane, Werrington, Peterborough. Buried in Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, France, Grave II.C.4. Awarded the DCM: For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During a counter-attack on a village, which resulted in its recapture our advance down the main street was being checked by the fire of a heavy enemy machine gun. Private Peacock, handling his Lewis gun with great skill put the enemy gun out of action, and our troops were able to push forward through the village with few casualties. On another occasion he took command of the Lewis gun section after the NCO had become a casualty, and though subsequently wounded, he remained at his post, and by skilful handling of the gun greatly assisted the advance of his platoon by directing covering fire on the enemy positions. He was wounded a second time, but refused to leave his Lewis gun section until ordered to do so by his platoon commander. He was also awarded the French Croix de Guerre.  

PEACOCK, JOSEPH, Newark, Peterborough, 16531, Private, 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 16.11.16 on the Somme. The son of Mr and Mrs J. Peacock of Newark, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.

PEARCE, ARTHUR NATHANIEL, Palmerston Road, 6385, Private, 3rd Gloucestershire Regiment. Died, aged 29, on the 29.10.14. Born Chatham. The son of George and Elizabeth Pearce and the husband of Caroline Ada Murdin (formerly Pearce) of 34 Palmerston Road, Peterborough. Buried in Zantvoorde British Cemetery. Grave VI.D.7

PEARSON, ERNEST, 29 Fellowes Road, Old Fletton, 235265, Private, 8th Lincolnshire Regiment (attached 63rd Machine Gun Corps). Killed in action, aged 34, on the 7.3.18 in the Ypres Salient. The husband of May Shipp (formerly Pearson) of 29 Fellowes Rd, Old Fletton, Peterborough. Buried in Huts Cemetery, Dickebusch, Grave XV.B.12.

PEARSON, HENRY, 7 Rock Road, 18769, Private, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 27, on the 25.9.15 at Loos, (Lone Tree), France. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Panels 91/93.

Pearson H      Henry Pearson

PEASGOOD, HARRY, 20 Westwood Street, 26485, Lance Corporal, 7th Norfolk Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 8.8.18 near Morlancourt. No known next of kin. Buried in Morlancourt British Cemetery, Grave A.19.

PELMORE, BERNARD JULIUS, 'The Hollies', Alderman’s Drive, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. Killed in action, aged 31, on the 18.7.17 near Arras. The husband of H. G. Pelmore of "The Hollies," Alderman’s Drive, Peterborough. Buried in Roclincourt Military Cemetery, Arras, Grave I.D.10.

Pelomore B J      Bernard Julius Pelmore

PENTELOW, REGINALD WILLIAM, 10897, 2nd Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 22, on the 1.5.15 in Gallipoli. The son of Martha and H. Pentelow of Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli.

Pentelow R. W.      Reginald William Pentelow

PERKINS, FREDERICK, 20 Harris Street, 15838, Private, 6th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 25, on the 14.7.16 at Trones Wood. The brother of Mr E. Perkins of 20 Harris St, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.  

PESTELL, GEORGE WILLIAM, Gladstone Street, 49292, Sapper, Royal Engineers. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 12.12.15 in Gallipoli. The son of Mr and Mrs Pestell of River Lane, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli, Panels 23/25.

Pestell G W      George William Pestell

PESTLE, JOHN JAMES, Old Fletton, 6154, Lance Corporal, 6th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 14.7.16 at Trones Wood. Born Fletton, Peterborough. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.  

PETTIT, HERBERT TWEED, 197 High Street, Old Fletton, 43406, Private, 1st Bedfordshire Regiment, (formerly 813 Huntingdonshire Cyclist Battalion). Killed in action, aged 37, on the 8.10.17 in the Ypres Salient. The son of Mrs Pettit of 197 High Street, Old Fletton, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Panels 48/50.  

PETITT, THOMAS ABEL, Palmerston Road, Woodston, 815243, Corporal, Royal Field Artillery. Gassed and wounded Loos, France. Died of pneumonia, aged 30, on the 14.11.18. The son of Henry and Mary Petitt of Peterborough and the husband of Miriam Elizabeth Petitt of 24 Lime St, Ilkeston, Derbyshire. Buried in Les Baraques Military Cemetery, France, Grave VI.F.3.

PHILLIPS, Alfred, Peterborough, 2196, Private, 17th Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 18.4.17. The son of Mr and Mrs E.J. Phillips formerly of Peterborough. Buried in the HAC Cemetery, Ecoust – St. Mein, France, Grave I.A.13

PHILLIPS, CHARLES WILLIAM, Peterborough, 4368, Driver, Royal Field Artillery. Died at home, aged 19, on the 1.8.15. The son of Charles John and Mary Phillips of 38 Parliament St, Peterborough. Buried in Peterborough (Broadway) Cemetery, Grave 7.3.2487.    

PHILLIPS, GEORGE JAMES, 54 Padholme Road, 23747, Private, 5th Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of sickness, aged 36, on the 21.2.19 at No.42 Casualty Clearing Station, Douai, France. The son of James and Mary Ann Phillips of 54 Padholme Rd, Peterborough. Buried in Douai British Cemetery, Grave E.2.

PHILLIPS, WALTER, 90 Cromwell Road, Private, 3rd Northamptonshire Regiment. Drowned.

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM PAYNE, 14 Orchard Street, 14696, Private, 7th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 18, on the 17.8.16 at Guillemont. The son of Johnson and Emma Phillips. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d. (This soldier is listed in the “Soldiers Died” list but not with the CWGC).

PICK, HENRY LEONARD, Peterborough, 14256, Private, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 22, on the 9.5.15 at Aubers Ridge. The foster son of Mrs Mary Jackson of 102 Cranbrook Road, Chiswick, London W4. Born Stamford. No known grave he is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Panels 28/30.  

PICKERING, WILLIAM HENRY, 1 Sweet Briar Walk, 28374, Private, 7th Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 43, on the 21.6.17. The son of Harriet Pickering of 1 Sweet Briar Walk, Peterborough. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Poperinghe, Grave XV.E.16A.  

PLANT, GEORGE, 9 New Row, Werrington, 14012, Lance Corporal, 6th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 14.7.16 at Trones Wood on the Somme, France. The son of William and Mary Plant of New Row, Werrington, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d. 1914-15 Star.

PLANT, HARRY, 9 New Row, Werrington, 43859, Private, 5th Royal Berkshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 11.8.18 near Arras. The son of William and Mary Plant of New Row, Werrington, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Panel 7.

PLANT, WILLIAM, 9 New Row, Werrington, 152617, Private, 43rd Bn. Canadian Expeditionary Force. Killed in action, aged 30, on the 4.10.16 on the Somme. The son of William and Mary Plant of New Row, Werrington, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial, Arras.

PLAYFORD, CHARLES ARTHUR, 32 Charles Street, 30028, Private, 5th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 30.11.17 at Cambrai, France. No known next of kin. No known grave he is commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial, Panel 8.

PLEDGER, ROBERT PORTWAY, 2 Lime Tree Avenue, 333, Trooper, Australian Light Horse. Killed in action, aged 26, on the 25.9.18 at Semak, Palestine. The son of Leopold and Annie Pledger of The Willows, Lime Tree Avenue, Peterborough. Buried in Haifa War Cemetery, Israel, Grave B.56.

PLOWMAN, ERNEST, 155 Belsize Avenue, Woodston, 30225, Private, 11th Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 29, on the 23.4.17 near Arras. The son of Mrs W. Plowman of Belsize Avenue, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Panel 3.

PLUMB, EDMUND, 20 Queens Road, Old Fletton, 5445, Saddler, Army Service Corps. Accidentally killed, aged 37, on the 15.12.16 on the Somme. The son of John and Jane Plumb. Born at Peterborough. Buried in Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, Grave I.R.42.

PLUMB, JOSEPH VICTOR, Belsize Avenue, 15079, Private, 6th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 18, on the 14.7.16 at Trones Wood. The son of Joseph and Nellie Plumb of Orton Longueville, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.  

POLLARD, JAMES HENRY, 9 Wellington Street, 3/10234, Private, 3rd Northamptonshire Regiment. Found drowned, age unknown, on the 8.3.15. No known next of kin. Buried in Peterborough (Broadway) Cemetery, Grave 7.3.2347.

POND, WILLIAM WARNER, 61 Monument Street, 47731, Private, 2nd Welsh Regiment. Killed in action, aged 20, on the 18.4.18 at Givenchy. The son of William Warner Pond and Louisa Pond of 82 Eastfield Rd, Peterborough. Buried Gorre British and Indian Cemetery, Grave III.F.1.

POOLE, CHARLES THOMAS, 14 Glenton Street, 9879, Lance Corporal, 1st Kings Own Lancaster Regiment. Killed in action, aged 24, on the 1.7.16 on the Somme, France. The son of George Thomas and Annie Poole of 14 Glenton St, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 5d/12b.

Poole C T      Charles Thomas Poole

POOLE, WILLIAM, 295 Lincoln Road, 17551, Corporal, 7th Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 25, on the 31.7.18 in Germany whilst a prisoner of war. Wounded in the Battle of the Somme, France. The son of Mr and Mrs T. Poole of 272 Lincoln Rd, Peterborough and the husband of Florence Poole of 295 Lincoln Rd, Peterborough. Buried in Cologne Southern Cemetery, Grave XIV.F.11.

PORTER, JOHN, 179 Dogsthorpe Road, 25181, Private (Signaller), 2nd Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 29, on the 21.11.17 at Passchendaele, Belgium. The son of Mrs Porter of Princes Street, Peterborough and the husband of Mrs Porter of Dogsthorpe Road, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Panels 104/105.

PRATT, ERNEST FRED, 35 Silver Street, 30959, Private, 6th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 6.6.17. The husband of Mabel Kate Pratt of 35 Silver St, London Rd, Peterborough. Buried in Rookery British Cemetery, Grave C.9.

PRENTICE, JOSHUA, Hall Lane, Werrington, 3120, Private, 2nd East Surrey Regiment. Died of wounds, aged 23, on the 25.3.17 in hospital in Salonica. The son of Mrs C. Prentice of Hall Lane, Werrington, Peterborough. Buried in Struma Military Cemetery, Greece, Grave VIII.C.3.

PRENTICE, ROBERT CHRISTOPHER, Hall Lane, Werrington, 43820, Private, 1st Bedfordshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 23.10.18 in France. No known next of kin. Buried in Amerval Communal Cemetery Extension, Grave D.1.

PRICE, CHARLES JOHN, 478 Gladstone Street, 203303, Private, 4th Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, age unknown, on the 2.11.17 in Palestine. No known next of kin. Buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Israel, Grave XV.B.4.

PRIOR, CHARLES HAROLD, The Bungalow, Gunthorpe, 1650, Private, Army Service Corps. Died, aged 20, on the 5.11.14 due to burns received whilst extinguishing a fire at a depot. The son of Jabez and Elizabeth Prior of The Bungalow, Gunthorpe, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Panel 56.

PRIOR, GEORGE, Windmill Street, 907538, Private, 5th Bn. Canadian Expeditionary Force. Killed in action, aged 33, on the 9.4.17 at Vimy Ridge, France. The son of George and Sarah Prior. No known grave he is commemorated on the Vimy Memorial, Arras.

PYLE, JOHN ROBERT, 184 Star Road, 77015, Private, 7th Durham Light Infantry. Killed in action, aged 32, on the 27.5.18. The son of John and Sarah Pyle of Albert Place, Peterborough and the husband of M. M. Pyle of 184 Star Rd, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Soissons Memorial.

QUIBELL, EDWARD GEORGE, 171 Crown Street, 12838, Private, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 20, on the 9.5.15 at Aubers Ridge. The son of James and Isabella Mary Quibell of 171 Crown St, New England, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Panels 28/30.

 Quibell E. G.      Edward George Quibell

QUINCEY, DAVID, Westwood Row, 19676, Private, Machine Gun Corps. Died of wounds, aged 27, on the 18.10.17 at Le Treport. The son of John and Mary Quincey of 28 Westwood Row, Peterborough. Buried in Mont Huon Military Cemetery, Grave VI.B.14A.

QUINCEY, ERNEST WILLIAM, 147 GNR Cottages, New England, 9817, L/Corporal, 1st Northamptonshire Regiment. Killed in action, aged 19, on the 18.8.16 on the Somme, France. The son of William and Harriet Quincey, of 147, New England, Peterborough. No known grave he is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Panels 11a/11d.

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