Honeyballs of Aldham, Essex, and their relations

Honeyballs of Aldham, Essex, and their relations

George William Waylen Honeyball was initially researched as a member of the Surrey Association of Church Bell Ringers roll of honour as a Putney bellringer. Further research showed he was also on the Aldham war memorial with cousins, Arthur Honeyball and William Mark Honeyball, and second cousin, George William Crampton, and other relations served and died too.

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  • British Army S/24958 Private Rifle Brigade

  • Born 1898

    Royal Navy K31925

  • Born 1884

    Royal Navy K39603

  • Born 1899

    Died 1918

    British Army 130592 Private Machine Gun Corps

    British Army 130592 Private Machine Gun Corps (Infantry)

  • Born 1887

    British Army 9144 Lance Corporal Scottish Rifles

    British Army 29671 Colour Serjeant Highland Light Infantry

    British Army Company Quartermaster-Sergeant Highland Light Infantry

  • Born 1892

    Died 1917

    British Army 21478 Private Bedfordshire Regiment

  • British Army 191371 Sapper Royal Engineers

  • Born 1896

    Died 1915

    British Army 7208 Private East Surrey Regiment

    British Army East Surrey Regiment

  • Died 1915

    British Army 39359 Gunner Royal Garrison Artillery

  • Died 1915

    British Army 39846 Gunner Royal Garrison Artillery

  • Profile picture for George William Waylen Honeyball

    Born 1883

    Died 1917

    British Army 31333 Private East Surrey Regiment 9th Battalion

    British Army 31333 (recruitment book number 25594) Private East Surrey Regiment 3rd Battalion

    British Army 41167 Private Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 7th Battalion