History of Kelvedon Hatch >> War Memorial
The War Memorial for Kelvedon Hatch is situated at the junction of Ongar Road and School Road.
Click on each name to access the Commonwealth War Graves Commission web site for the casualty details and place of burial.
Lieut.Col. Sidney G. MULLOCK Essex Regiment
Lieut. John Iltid ROYDS Artists Rifles
Private R HUNT Army Service Corps Motor Transport
Private J KING 13th BTN. Essex Regiment
Private B COWLING 6th BTN. Leicester Regiment
Private S METSON Royal Irish Fusiliers
Lance Sergeant Harry Reginald BANNARD R.A.
Private Allan Robert ELLIS R.C.S.
Squadron Leader Robert Lionel John FITCH D.F.C. R.A.F.
Lance Bombadier Leonard William JOYCE R.A.
Flying Officer Lewis Kenneth KERSHAW R.A.F.
Lieutenant Eric Stanley KERSHAW R.A.C.
Private Arthur William SAYE Essex Regiment
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Go on a guided tour of Kelvedon Hatch, Essex, during the 19th and early 20th centuries. With the help of photographs, newspapers, parish records and census returns, the story of each house is revealed, as are the lives of some of their occupants.
It was a parish of many contrasts: from wealthy land-owners living in grand Georgian mansions with numerous servants, to agricultural workers struggling against poverty in overcrowded and dilapidated cottages. Discover how the landscape changed after the common land was enclosed, and how farmers struggled to cope with the agricultural depression. Find out about the role of the parish in WW1 when it was at the front line of Britain's fight against the Zeppelins. See how the new school was established and functioned, and why a new parish church was built. There are stories of crime, bankruptcy, poverty, scandal, revenge, leisure and migration.
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