F501 Sergeant Charles Archibald Talbot, Labour Corps and later R.A.F. (standing left), Gunner Reginald Talbot, Royal Field Artillery (standing centre), Cadet Officer Harold Percival Talbot, Norfolk Regiment (seated centre), and brothers at the funeral of their father, August 1917, 52, St Philips Road, Norwich. Courtesy of Jon Talbot.
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A1213 Gunner Charles Albert Butler of Gainford, “A” Battery, 155 (West Yorkshire) Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action, 1 October, 1918, aged 19. Courtesy of Christopher Willetts.
A1194 Gunner Walter Moore of Burnley, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action 23rd September 1917. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
A1163 Gunner Parker Starkie of Harle Syke,146th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds 28th October 1917, aged 24. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
A1153 Gunner John Hinsley of Blackburn, Royal Field Artillery, C Battery, 170 Bgde, killed in action 9th April 1918, aged 21, brother of Arthur Josiah Hinsley killed in action 9th September 1916. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
A1140 Gunner Samuel Harrison of Burnley, 51st Bgde, Royal Field Artillery, prisoner of war May 1918, brother of Thomas Harrison missing in action 16 May 1916. Courtesy of Clifford Scott.
B971 Gunner Edwin Davison of Wingate, County Durham, B Bty., 52nd Bde., Royal Field Artillery, died 22 September 1915. Courtesy of Jennifer R.
G1117 Royal Garrison Artillery, with Gunner Arthur Lambert (centre rear, with pipe). Courtesy of Norman Bowstead.