War Stories
 

On these pages there are the stories about members of my family who served in World War One and World War Two ...


 

Some returned, some lie in foreign fields and deep waters, some have no known grave...


 

It also includes a list of those men in the 18th Labour Company A.S.C. who survived or died when their troopship Royal Edward was sunk on 13th August 1915 in the Aegean Sea.


 

 

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Frederick Hall
Joseph Waycott Thomas
Wilfred Ernest Fakeley
William Thomas Dixon
The Hunt Brothers
Albert John Fakeley
Frederick Croud
Alfred George Croud
George and Martin Edwards
18th Labour Company
 

 

 

 

 

 

World War One

Alfred George Croud (1869 - 1915)

Frederick Croud (1898 - 1916)

William Thomas Dixon (1879 - 1959)

George Edwards (1877 - 1917)

Martin Edwards (1879 - 1917)

Albert John Fakeley (1890 - 1917)

Wilfred Ernest Fakeley (1894 - 1917)

Frederick Hall ( 1894 - 1917)

Joseph Waycott Thomas (1872 - 1915)

 

 

World War Two

 

The Hunt Brothers of Folkestone:

Arthur (1914 - 1942)

Charles (1916 - 1940)

Frederick (1919 - 1944)

Stanley (1920 - 1942)

 

 

Thought shall be the harder, heart the keener, courage the greater, as our might lessens.

from the Anglo-Saxon poem the Battle of Maldon

Last update : 1st May 2007