Not on the War Memorials
The criteria for inclusion on Memorials and Roll's of Honour are not always consistant and the following names would seem to have as legitimate a claim to a place in Ryburgh as those included on the "Official Lists"
Those who died
Guy Wade Burtenshaw London Regiment June 18th. 1915
His father and step-mother lived in Little Ryburgh and died in Great Ryburgh.
Alfred Benjamin Clements Norfolk Regiment October 13th. 1915
He worked at F & G Smith Maltings and is on their Roll of Honour.
Frank Noel Tuff Royal East Kent Yeomanry November 5th. 1915
He was the Brother-in-Law, of Lt. Col. H.F.E. Smith, married to his sister Muriel.
Edgar Phillip Huckins Grenadier Guards December 24th. 1915
Married to Susannah, sister of Ernest Nelson and worked at F& G Smith Maltings.
Arthur William Allison Norfolk Regiment July 19th. 1916
Born in Little Ryburgh. Thomas Allison’s brother.
William Ainger Howman Suffolk Regiment July 20th. 1916
Born in Great Ryburgh and a part of the Ryburgh Howman clan.
Herbert Jeremiah Chapman Jubilee Pallant Norfolk Regt.October 12th.1916
Lived in Common Lane before war next-door to his parents.
Bertie John Doy Norfolk Regiment October 28th. 1916
His mother Charlotte kept the Marine Tavern in Ryburgh.
Joseph Thomas Baker Queen's Regiment March 17th.1917
Married to Edith Nobes their son James was baptised in Ryburgh on July 19th 1916
Thomas Henry Allison Norfolk Regiment April 22/23rd. 1917
Born in Stibbard and Arthur Allison’s brother.
William John Hall Queen's Regiment April 23rd. 1917
Born in Little Ryburgh.
William John Framingham Royal Fusilliers May 3rd.1917
Born in Great Ryburgh.
Anthony Edgar Hammond Princess Pat's Canadian L.I. November 28th.1917
Elder Son of Edith Smith, one of the donors of the Ryburgh Bells.
Albert Fox Codling Bedfordshire Regiment March 22nd. 1918
Born in Stibbard, married widow Louisa Nelson, mentioned 3 times in Parish Magazine.
Charles Smith McDonald King's Own Scotttish Borderers April 20th .1918
Married Lily Dora Doy daughter of Robert Bailey Doy and Jane Nelson.
Charles Henry Hall Royal Horse Artillery April 22nd. 1918
Lived at Hill Farm Gateley and attended Ryburgh School.
George Frederick Edgar Smith Australian Imperial Force August 15th.1918
Eldest son of George Frederick Smith one of the donors of the Ryburgh Bells.
Henry Charles Moy M.M. Hampshire Regiment August 26th. 1918
Born in Great Ryburgh of old Ryburgh family.
Nicholas Brightmer Gould Norfolk Regiment August 27th. 1918
From N. Elmham, worked in Ryburgh and is on the Roll of Honour but not War Memorials.
Charles Veasey Cooper Australian Imperial Force September 19th. 1918
Eldest son of Thomas Cooper (Ryburgh Farmers' Foundry).
William James Holman Norfolk Regt.att.K. A. R. January 4th 1919
Married to Mabel Ely. Taught at Ryburgh School and left in 1913 for Attleborough.
Not on the Roll of Honour
Those who served
|Owen Frederick Whitlock|
|Harry Jacob Smith|
|Edgar Ladas Smith|
|George Turner Cain|
|Arthur Elliot Rounce|
|Bertie Victor Pallant|
|Francis Watson Gazeley|
|George Alexander Bone|
|Percy George Savage|
|Alfred Charles Batley|
|Cecil Sutton Chamberlain|
|Morris William Butcher|
|George Wolton Peeling|
|Ernest George Salisbury|
|Percy Reginald Salisbury|
|George Salisbury Pardoe|
|Alfred William Smith|
William Frederick Abbs
Not on the Roll of Honour
There is one other category that has not yet been fully explored in Ryburgh and that is of the role of women. At present we can include just one, and she was Agnes Chastney but it is hoped that in time more names may come to the fore.