Archibald Goatham

Died 2nd April 1916

Buried in Faversham cemetery 

See Faversham gunpowder Memorial

Charles Henry Goatham

Died 28th May 1915

Age 27

Son of Edward and Emma Goatham of 23 The Wall Sittingbourne. He is buried at Sanctuary wood Cemetery,Zillebeke,Ypres.

Inscription reads "Ever in our thoughts love Mum"

Charles had only just got back to the front when he was killed ...Earlier in the year he wrote a letter to his mother from his hospital bed as he had received a bullet wound in the leg;.. " it was rather rough out there, we were up to our knees in water in the trenches. I was picked to go out of the trenches to brigade HQ to bring back a company of fusiliers who were to relieve our company. On the way back from HQ I was shot by a sniper, and unable to walk I was carried back to HQ".

James Walter Goatham

Died 8th October 1916

Age 35

Son of Mr C & Mrs J Goatham Buried at Connaught Cemetery Somme France

Walter Goatham

Died 11th December 1915

Buried at Sea

Before the war Walter lived at 80 West St, He is remembered on the Basra Memorial Iraq

Harold George Goble

Died 8th October 1918

Frank Gough

Died 1st November 1918

Age 21

Franks parents James & Adeline ran the Gore Court Arms in Park Road Sittingbourne. Frank was their youngest son and died in hospital in Italy after a bout of pneumonia following influenza. Frank joined up early in the war and saw service in France and was wounded there. He then went to Italy and was involved in much of the fighting there.Before the War Frank worked in the paper mills.

Frank is buried at Staglieno Cemetery Italy