Benjamin Artur Standring. Frederick John Standring. Arthur Illtyd Prichard. Edward Owen Prichard.

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Benjamin Arthur (Ben )STANDRING. 2nd Lieutenant, 2nd Royal Warwickshire Regiment died 19th December 1914 aged 28. Born in 1886 at Portugal to Arthur Hamilton and Ellen, nee Roope. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at Heath Bank, Blackheath Rise, Lewisham Hill, Kent. His effects went to Arthur Hamilton Strandring, wine merchant. At rest in Sailly-Sur-La-Lys Churchyard, France.

Frederick John (Fred )STANDRING. Lieutenant 8th Royal Scots attached to 57 Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) died 6th September 1918 aged 21. Son of Walter John and Jane (k/a, Jean) Hackney Standring, of 4, Coates Place, Edinburgh His father was born in 1853, at Lee, Kent to John and Elizabeth Emma. His sister Ellen Adelaide married Illtyd Molin Pritchard. Family connection with Arthur Illtyd Prichard.

Arthur Iltyd PRICHARD. Private 3888, 1/15th London Regiment, Own Civil Service Rifles died 21st May 1916 aged 35. Son of Illtyd Moline Prichard and Ellen Adelaide Prichard, of 34, Blessington Road, Lewisham, London. Private Secretary to First Commissioner of Works.
His mother was the daughter of John and Elizabeth Emma Standring of Lee, Kent and sister to Walter John. (Wills and Admin, Ancestry) He lived at 34 Blessington Road, Lee, Kent and died at Vimy Ridge, France. His effects went to Mary Adelaid Prichard, spinster. Commemorated on the Arras Memorial, France.

Edward Owen PRICHARD Lieutenant , 21st Australian Infantry died 13th March 1917 aged 33. Born in 1886 at Lewisham, Kent to Illtyd Moline Prichard and Ellen Adelaide Prichard, of 34, Blessington Road. Lee, London, England. At rest in Grevillers British Cemetery, France.
Some notes from his arm records.
He was born on the 15th August 1885 at Lewisham, London. He joined up in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia on the 4th May 1915 aged 29 and 8 months. He was living at 824 Malvern Road, Armadale, Victoria, care of Miss Moline, his occupation was given as orchardist, possible in Victoria. He had previously served as 2nd Lieutenant with the 3rd Queens Volunteer West Kent Regiment for 2 years. His next of kin was his father, of 34 Blessington Road, Lewisham. After he had completed his training he embarked on H.M.A.T (His Majesty's Australian Transport) Ayrshire, A33 from Melbourne on the 3rd July 1916, disembarked at Plymouth on the 2nd September 1916, for more training. No date was given for his embarkation to France, on the 16th October 1916 he marched into Re-enforcement Camp, Etaples to await his dispersal to his unit. On the 18th October he was posted to the 21st Battalion. On the 11th December 1916 he was promoted Lieutenant, and was killed in action on the 13th March 1917.

Nephews of Charles T STANDRING, Surgeon of this parish.
Killed in the Great War.
1911. Charles Turner STANDRING. Physician and Surgeon of The Laurels, Broadway, Worcestershire. Born at Lee, Kent in 1865. His wife Caroline Matilda was born at Leystone, Essex in 1862.

This memorial is in Broadway, St Michael And All Angels, Church, Worcestershire

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