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F. G. Hucker

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: South Africa

War dead, Other war i

Commemorated on a memorial as having died in a war, not WW1 or WW2.

F. G. Hucker

Resident of Willesden who volunteered and died in the Anglo Boer War, 1899-1900. Died of fever at Pretoria.

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F. G. Hucker

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Willesden Boer War memorial

In 1997 someone saw this plaque and posted about it on an on-line forum, with...

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13 London firemen & women & 21 Beckenham firemen killed

13 London firemen & women & 21 Beckenham firemen killed

32 firemen and 2 firewomen, including:  Hilda Dupree, Winifred Peters, three crews from Beckenham along with several other more local crews from Hackney and Homerton. More information at Firemen Re...

Group, Armed Forces, Tragedy

1 memorial
5th London (County of London) Bde. R.F.A.
1 memorial
Sapper Maycock

Sapper Maycock

Royal Engineer killed by an exploding bomb while assisting in the attempt to disarm it. Andrew Behan has kindly carried out some research on this man: Somewhat difficult to trace this chap with an...

Person, Armed Forces, Tragedy

War dead, WW2
1 memorial
George Drewry, VC

George Drewry, VC

Sailor. Born George Leslie Drewry. He was a midshipman in the Royal Naval Reserve and was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions on 25th April 1915 at V Beach in the landing at Cape Helles, dur...

Person, Armed Forces, Scotland, Turkey

War dead, WW1
1 memorial
6th (City of London) Battalion, The London Regiment (City of London Rifles)

6th (City of London) Battalion, The London Regiment (City of London Rifles)

A London unit founded in 1860 and whose lineage ended after various amalgamations in 1961. Their Wikipedia page describes the Battalion's history.

Group, Armed Forces

1 memorial