the website for Hollesley,
Boyton, Capel St Andrew
and Shingle Street


Local Heroes of World War One by Val Dudley

Acknowledgements and thanks
Many people have contributed information, photographs, personal items and memories or helped in other ways to make this 
display possible.
Thank you to all the following :
         Michael Peppiatt (Middleditch family tree)
         Ralph Pottle (Pottle family)
         Alec Burwood and Sarah Margittai (Shingle Street families)
         R Francis (Francis & Ling family)
         Robin Copping, John Disbery, Muriel Scott and Clive Marshall (Disbery / Copping family)
         Mrs Peggy Emmerson (Lennard family)
         Mrs Shiela Graham (Shelcott family)
         Mrs Liz Mark (Jordan and Mark families)
         Jo Smellie (Ramsholt) 
         Nan Waterfall (Stollery family)
         Lorraine Carpendale (Miller family)
         Mrs. Collins (Cady and Lennard families)
         Judy Foulger 
         Ray Larsen
         Val Pettitt 
         Susan Foster
         Lydia Calvesbert 
         Robert Foulger
         Richard Wright 
         Anthony Ratcliffe
         Diana Laughlin 
         Malcolm Fleetwood
         Juliet and Brian Johnson 
         Tony Middleditch
         and staff of the Suffolk Record Office
Publications and websites consulted:
         History of the Suffolk Regiment 1914-1927, by Lieut-Colonel C.C.R. Murray (Hutchinson 1928)
         The Loyal Suffolk Hussars, the history of the Suffolk Yeomanry 1794-1967, by Margaret Thomas and Nick Sign (Helion, 2012)
         Village Voices November 2013
         The Evening News 23 February 1935
         Ipswich Evening Star 28 September 1982
         East Anglian Daily Times August 1956 (SRO cuttings file)
Websites :
         Commonwealth War Graves Commission
         Forces War Records
         Soldiers who died in the Great War
         Forces War Records 
         Suffolk Regiment
Many thanks to the Parochial Church Councils of All Saints' Church Hollesley, St Andrew's Alderton, St Mary's Bawdsey and St. Andrew's 
Boyton, for permission to use the Churches and their facilities.