Borden Memorial


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Sidney J Bentley Royal horse Artillery Died 11/04/18 Age 22 Les Baraques Military Cemetery France Son of Mary & John
Granville D Flack 10th The Buffs Died 21/10/18 Lapugnoy Military Cemetery Memorial France
Charlie W Fuggle Royal Horse Artillery Died 14/03/18 Age 23 La Clytte Cemerey Belgium Son of Archie Landlord of The Maypole
Alfred Honeysett 8th Royal West Kents Died 14/03/16 Age 23 Longuenesse Souvenir Cemetery France
George H Jordan 1st The Buffs Died 24/06/17 Age 21 Loos Memorial Son of F.W.F & E Jordan of Chestnut Farm Borden
Edwin T May 8th Royal West Surreys Died 28/03/18 Pozieres Memorial
George D Mills 6th Royal West Kents Died 03/05/17 Arras Memorial
Charles D Norrington Royal Garrison Artillery Died 29/10/17 Age 20 Potijze Military Cemetery Belgium Son of Mrs Norrington of 30 Borden Lane
Frank Norrington 1st The Buffs Died 15/09/16 Age 23 Guillemont Military Cemetery Belgium Son of Mrs Norrington of 30 Borden Lane
George Percival 5th The Buffs Died 09/08/17 Bagdad War Cemetery Iraq
Thomas F Seager Royal Navy HMS Hawke Died 15/10/14 Age 33 Chatham Naval Memorial Son of William & Elizabeth
Horace A Sellen Machine Gun Corps (Inf) Died 31/03/18 Age 26 Borden Church Yard
Ernest A Smith 9th Queens Royal Lancers Died 05/05/18 Age 21 Etaples Military Cemetery Son of Albert & Eliza
Alfred Steers Royal Defence Corps Died 05/04/17 Age 51 Son of Lawrence & Charlotte
Albert E Steers 2nd Grenadier Guards Died 01/12/17 Cambrai Memorial France
Herbert Mark Tyman 8th Royal West Kents Died 15/10/18 Age 21 Vis-En-Artois Memorial France Son of Mark & Elizabeth 66 Union Rd
Osbourne E Winch 1st The Buffs Died 30/04/17 Bobbing Churchyard Son of Elsie Agnes Winch
Frank Young Kings Own Scottish Borderers Died 18/08/18 Age 18. Meteren Military Cemetery France.
Frank joined the Army at the age of 16. He went to France and was in the trenches, before his parents informed the authorities of his age. He was sent back to England until after his 17th birthday. Frank would not leave the Army. Although he couldn't serve at the front, he stayed in England until he was old enough to go back to France. In April 1918, Frank was back at the front. First with the Buffs and then to the Middx Regt, attached to the KOSB. His Captain said of him "The gallent young Borden soldier was unfortunatly shot through the head after a hard days work" and was buried on the battlefield.