Not on the Roll of Honour


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Herbert Jeremiah Chapman Jubilee Pallant
One of Ryburgh's early heroes as found in the press

William James Holman
Former Ryburgh school teacher who died in Africa in 1919

George Frederick Edgar "Geoff" Smith
The sad story of a man who lost the fight with his own health whilst on active service

Charles Henry Hall
Was he a Foxley, Gateley, Ryburgh or Walsingham man?

Charles Smith McDonald
A Scottish railway worker with a Ryburgh bride

Henry Charles Moy M.M.
A Ryburgh born lad who joined up in 1914 was awarded the M.M. in 1916 but didn't survive the last 3 months of the War

Albert Fox Codling
A Stibbard man who at the last made his home in Ryburgh

Bertie John Doy
The son of the last Licensee of the Marine Tavern.

William John Framingham
A soldier whose birth and early years were s in Great Ryburgh where his father was a blacksmith

William John Hall
The story of a Langor Bridge man

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