• Charles William Alderton Private (1038) in “A” Company, 1st Battalion the Lancashire Fusiliers, was killed in action at Gallipoli on 25 April 1915 aged 25
  • Arthur Ayres Sergeant (11591) in the 7th Battalion the Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, died in action in Salonica on 25 January 1918, aged 21
  • James Bailey fought and died in the Boer War in South Africa
  • Cyril Edgar Baldrey Private (271192) in the 7th (Service) Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment, was killed in action at Villers-Bretonneux (Somme, northern France) on 24 April 1918, aged 19
  • Sidney Reginald Frederick Barker Rifleman (50287) in the King’s Royal Rifle Corps, which was posted to the 6th Battalion the London Regiment (City of London Rifles), was killed in action in northern France on 10 September 1918, aged 18
  • Thomas Barton Inscription : The Cambridgeshire Regt 3397 Private T BARTON Cambridgeshire Regiment 6th December 1916 age 27 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Herbert Lewis Bavister Inscription : Imperial War Graves Commission headstone H L BAVISTER Stoker 1st Class RN SS 110902 – HMS Pembroke d 3 Sept 1917 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Harry James Bennett Lieutenant in the 21st Battalion Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment) (59056), and 49th Squadron Royal Air Force Royal Canadian Air Force, was killed in action at Lille on 24 September 1918, aged 28
  • Herbert William Benstead Private (285029) in the 1st/6th Battalion the Gloucestershire Regiment (transferred from the Cambridgeshire Regiment), was wounded and died on 9 October 1917, aged 22
  • Leonard Bevan Private (53179) 61st Company, the Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) formerly Private (3472), Suffolk Yeomanry (Territorial Force). He died on 16 August 1917
  • Sidney Bevan Private (9182), 7th (Service) Battalion, the Suffolk Regiment. His death was recorded in the Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord) in northern France, the date given there being 12 July 1915
  • William Thomas Bleet; William Thomas Reed Inscription : W T BLEET served as 8455 Private W T REED Northamptonshire Regt 29th January 1916 age 29 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Alan Richard Blunden Private (6273) 1st Battalion, the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry died in action on 14 September 1914
  • Alfred Royal Bradford Lieutenant in the 1/1st Battalion, the Cambridgeshire Regiment (Territorial Force) was killed in action at the Schwaben Redoubt on 14 October 1916.
  • John Cadman Brooks John Cadman Brooks (1879‒1917) was a printer-compositor with the Cambridge University Press until he was called up in July 1916 and died in action at the Battle of Paschendaele on 26 September 1917, aged 38.
  • Bertram Reginald Buck Private (10396) in the 5th (Service) Battalion of the Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment) died of wounds sustained in Mesopotamia on 18 April 1916
  • Frederick George Buck Private (43757) in the 6th (Service) Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regiment died of wounds sustained in at the second Battle of Sambre, France on 6 November 1918
  • William Edward Bulman died while fighting in the second Boer War
  • Amos Burlingham Inscription : War Grave Commission headstone 20732 Pte A BURLINGHAM Suffolk Regt 24 Aug 1916 age 29 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Robert Frederick “Fred” Butler Lance Corporal (327881) formerly Private (6198) in the 1st Battalion, the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died of wounds on the western front in France on 8 March 1918 aged 19
  • Frank Buttress Private (79243) in the 31st Battalion, the Canadian Expeditionary Force died of wounds at No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station on 10 August 1916
  • Kenneth Gordon Campbell Lieutenant in the 12th (Service) Battalion the Highland Light Infantry, died in action at the unsuccessful Battle of Loos on the Western Front on 25 September 1915
  • Gilbert Carmichael Second Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, the Manchester Regiment, died in action at the Second Battle of the Somme on 25 March 1918, aged 34
  • Charles Cave Charles Cave (1857-1928) served in the Scots Guards for ten years and in the 62nd Wiltshires for twelve years, serving in Egypt, Sudan, Cyprus, Ireland, India and Pakistan. Born in St Ives, he ended his life in Cambridge.
  • Edward Joseph Clark Private in the 2nd Battalion the Essex Regiment, was killed in action in France on 13 May 1915
  • Ernest Jonathan Clark Private (G/19117) in the 2nd Batallion the Royal Sussex Regiment, was killed in action in France on 13 October 1918
  • Harold John Clark Private (326525) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, formerly Private (3923) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment killed in action on 26 September 1917 aged 24
  • Reginald Clark Lance Corporal (84459) in the 203rd Field Company, Royal Engineers killed in action on 7 June 1918, aged 22
  • Walter John Clark (G/16011) of the 13th Batallion Royal Sussex Regiment was killed in France in 1918
  • Basil Montgomery Coates 2nd Lieutenant with the 10th Battalion (Service Battalion), the Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own) killed in action on the western front on 7 September 1915
  • Hugh Aubrey Cockerton Private (2991) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died in hospital of wounds suffered at the Battle of the Somme on 2 October 1916 aged 17
  • John Richard William Cockerton Private (3/6628) in the 1st Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment, was killed in action in France on 9 November 1914 aged 23
  • George William Cowell Gunner (156664) in the 153rd Brigade of the Royal Garrison Artillery (No. L/25210). He was killed in action on the Western Front in France on 24 September 1918
  • Richard Benjamin Culpin Inscription : G14939 Private R B CULPIN Royal Sussex Regiment 16th December 1918 age 20 (Commonwealth War Grave )
  • Arthur William Harry Curzon Private (325644) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 8 July 1917, aged 34
  • Frederick Barton Curzon Rifleman (R/33163) in the 18th Battalion the King’s Royal Rifle Corps. He became ill in France and was brought back to England where he died on 12 February 1917, aged 32
  • Henry George Darkins Lance Corporal (26689), A Company, 1st Battalion the Royal Fusiliers, died of wounds sustained while on active service on 11 July 1917, aged 32
  • Henry John Deller Private (29074) in the 2nd Batallion the Border Regiment, died of wounds sustained in France on 29 October 1917, aged 36
  • Frederick George Earl Private (67712) in the 6th Batallion, the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, was killed in action at the Somme on 13 May 1918, aged 19
  • Frank Hart Elwin served in France in the Royal Army Medical Corps and died on 29 April 1919 aged 45, following active service
  • William Robert Everard Inscription : 166375 Sapper WR EVERARD Royal Engineers 9th November 1918 age 27 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Alfred Augustine (Toney) Ferguson during the war became a signaller in the Cambridgeshire Regiment. He appears to have been discharged from his regiment by the time of his death at the age of 21 in January 1918.
  • Arthur Edwin Few Lance Corporal in the 2nd Battalion the Bedfordshire Regiment (No. 27215), was killed in action in France on 6 September 1916.
  • Sidney Charles Few died in the second Boer War in South Africa
  • Herbert Charles Flack Died on 8 November 1918 at the age of 31, was initially a Private (30934) in the Suffolk Regiment, was transferred as a Private (179202) to the I.W.B. (Infantry Works Battalion) Middlesex Regiment (Res) Garrison Battalion, then transferred to (80610) the Labour Corps.
  • Walter Foulger Inscription : 139931 Airman 2nd CL W FOULGER Royal Air Force 29th January 1919 age 34 (commonwealth War Grave)
  • Ernest Robert Free 2nd Lieutenant in the 10th Siege Battery, the Royal Garrison Artillery, contracted Spanish ’flu and and died in the Magdalene Hospital, Winchester
  • Frederick William Charles Freshwater Private (26264) in the 11th (Service) Battalion (Lewisham), the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, attached to the Trench Mortar Battery was killed in France on 5 August 1917
  • George Edward Frost Private (326012) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 21 September 1918, aged 25, at the Second Battle of the Somme
  • Leonard A. Frost enlisted at Westminster as Rifleman (551149) in the 2/16th (County of London) Battalion (Queens Westminster Rifles).
  • Percy Causton Frost 2nd Lieutenant in the 10th Battalion (Shropshire & Cheshire Yeomanry) Territorial Force, the King’s (Shropshire Light Infantry), killed in action in France on 8 September 1918, aged 19
  • Herbert Furniss Private in the 2nd Batallion the Lincolnshire Regiment, formerly (42012) Training Reserve, killed in action in 1918
  • John Geldard Captain in the 2nd Royal Marine (Plymouth) Battalion, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division, the Royal Marines, died on 20 August 1918 at the Burlington Hotel, London
  • Hubert Gentle Private (27968), 1st Battalion, the Grenadier Guards, was killed by a shell at the battle of Canal du Nord, Cambrai, France on 27 September 1918, aged 30
  • Owen Beaumont Gentle Gunner (68332), 244th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, was killed when a shell hit his dug-out at Passchendaele on 14 September 1917, aged 22
  • Albert Victor Gentry died on 19th July 1917 at the age of 30. He was an Acting Bombardier in the Royal Field Artillery, ‘B’ Battery 83rd Brigade, service number 85830.
  • Thomas George Private (14712) in the 8th Battalion the Suffolk Regiment, died at Colchester on 26 April 1915
  • Horace Francis Henry Gigney Horace Francis Henry Gigney died on 14 June 1941. He was an RAF pilot based at Barnack, Northamptonshire.
  • Frank Elias Gill Private (3443) in the 1st/1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 4 September 1916 in France
  • Herman Green Private (57997) in the 20th Battalion Canadian Infantry, died of a gun shot wound to the right thigh at No. 17 Casualty Clearing Station, Belgium on 13 April 1916
  • Willie Fincham Green Driver (T4/108340) in the Royal Army Service Corps, attached to Headquarters, 19th Division, died 30 May 1918 aged 39
  • John Martin Greenwood Lance Corporal (3009), 1st/8th (City of London) Battalion (Post Office Rifles), was killed in action in France on 23 December 1915, aged 23
  • Bertie Archibald Blinkhorn Harris Private (325563) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, formerly Private (21886) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action on the Western front on 4 September 1917
  • Gilbert Neville Harris Lance Corporal (G/9033) in the 2nd Battalion the Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) killed in action at Gallipoli on 6 June 1915
  • Harry Moss Livermore Private (27480) in the 8th Batallion the Norfolk Regiment. He was killed in action at the Somme, in northern France, on 26 March 1918, aged 27
  • Herbert James Haynes Corporal (325307) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment formerly No. 1687 of the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action in France on 28 August 1918
  • James Frederick Heal James Frederick Heal was a Corporal in the 73rd Black Watch. His death in 1901 suggests that he was a casualty of the Second Boer War.
  • William Charles Sidney Horspool Sergeant (481035) in the 41st General Hospital Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) died of accidental injuries (burns) on 29 September 1918 aged 26
  • Herbert Thomas Howell Sergeant 12017, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regimenr, killed in France on 20 July 1916
  • Arthur Robert Howlett Private (3/776) in the 2nd Battalion the Suffolk Regiment, died of wounds at the Somme in France on 20 July 1916.
  • Percy Wilfred Howlett Pioneer (84460) in the 228th Field Company, the Royal Engineers, died of wounds in France on 9 August 1918
  • Cecil Frederick George Hoye Inscription : 26874 Private C F G HOYE E Kent Reg (The Buffs) d 19 July 1919 aged 19 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • William Pryor Humphrey 2nd Lieutenant (2810) in the 1st/4th Battalion the (City of London) London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), formerly Private (2810) of the Cambridgeshire Regiment, killed in action on 27 May 1918
  • Laurence Humphry Lieutenant Colonel in the Royal Army Medical Corps, served at the First Eastern General Hospital 1914–19. He died on 5 February 1920
  • John Hayward Hunt died in the war in German Southwest Africa (now Namibia) on 26 March 1915, aged 34.
  • William James Hunt Private William James Hunt, G/10329, Queen’s Royal West Surrey Regiment, was killed by shell fire on September 18, 1918, aged 33.
  • William James Ephraim Hunt Lance Corporal (36316) in the 7th Battalion (Extra Reserve) the Royal Fusiliers (London Regiment), was killed on the first day of the Battle of Ancre on 13 November 1916, aged 31
  • Sidney George Hutchinson served in the 18th Batallion the Lancashire Fusilliers (No. 56552) and killed in action on the western front on 28 September 1918
  • John Andrew Benjamin Jolley 2nd Lieutenant in the 7th Battalion, attached to the 5th Battalion, the Lincolnshire Regiment died on 11 October 1915
  • Albert James Kent Private (26051) in the 9th Battalion the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, was killed in action at Ginchy in northern France at the Battle of the Somme, on 3 September 1916, aged 25.
  • Walter Birkbeck Kerry Corporal (L/2583), 16th (The Queen’s) Lancers, was killed in action at Le Glairet, France on 8 September 1914, aged 24
  • Ted Kimmence Lance Corporal (1145) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action in northern France on 12 May 1915, aged 20
  • Edward Kirbyshire Edward Kirbyshire joined the 9th Light Infantry, fighting with them in the Crimean War. He joined the Borough Police Force in October 1856.
  • Alfred William Kirkup Corporal (325671) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 26 September 1917, aged 27 in ‘Tower Hamlets’, a name given to an area of the Western Front near Ypres
  • Noel King Lambert Private (72802) in the 10th Field Ambulance was killed in action on 13 April 1917
  • Robert Walter Leeds Corporal (326100) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action in Belgium on 28 April 1918 aged 27
  • Arthur Frank Lister Private (2928) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died on 28 October 1916 of wounds sustained at the Battle of the Somme, aged 25
  • Arthur John Livermore of the Royal Army Medical Corps, killed in action in 1917
  • Frank Herbert Maltby Private in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, attached to the 5th Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment (No. 242470), was killed in action in France on 19 July 1917
  • Anderson Marsh Anderson Marsh (1822-71) served for ten years with the 15th Regiment the Hussars in India , returned to Cambridge, and ended his life in the Union Workhouse, finally committing suicide.
  • Walter Charles Martin died in Salonika in 1918
  • Alfred David Deck Mason Lieutenant (EC/16274) in the 1st Battalion the 10th Gurkha Rifles, died in Rangoon, Burma, on 9 May 1946 aged 19.
  • Douglass Walter Masterson Douglass Walter Masterson (1889-1928) fought with the NZ Expeditionary Force at Gallipoli in 1915, was injured there, and was transported back to New Zealand in 1916, where he lived a further twelve years.
  • Alfred George Mickle Private in the Royal Army Medical Corps (1991), died of pneumonia on 9 March 1917
  • Ronald Elvin Miller Lieutenant (304135) in the 2nd Battalion the Essex Regiment, was killed in action on 18 July 1944, aged 30
  • Ralph Franklin Mills of the Sherwood Foresters was killed in action on 5 June 1915
  • Sidney Fred Moden Rifleman (S/15364) in the 3rd Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own). He is recorded here as reported missing in France in September 1916
  • Claud Mynott Telegraphist (C/WRX/160) on H. M. Trawler Sisapon, Royal Navy, died on 12 June 1940, aged 25
  • George Henry Basil Nice Inscription : Royal Engineers Crest 203937 Sapper G H B NICE Royal Engineers 21 July 1919 age 34 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Frederick William Nightingale Warrant Officer Class II (311894) in the Royal Armoured Corps, died at sea on 11 July 1943 aged 57, while on active service
  • Harry Nightingale Private (325191) in the 1st Battalion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, died on 16 February 1918 of wounds received in action
  • Richard Nixon Sergeant (415746) in the 23rd Regimental Battalion, the Canadian Infantry (part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force) died on 23 August 1917, aged 23
  • Samuel Albert Brooks Noble Private (G/21187) in the 15th Middlesex Regiment, attached to the 7th Battalion the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on 28 September 1916, aged 25
  • Thomas Arthur Nutcombe Second Lieutenant in the 101st Squadron, Royal Air Force, and East Lancashire Regiment, died of accidental injuries at the Somme, in northern France, on 2 August 1918, aged 20
  • Alfred Edward Peak Private (3061) in the 1st/7th Battalion the London Regiment, was killed in action in France on 25 September 1915, aged 23.
  • Percy Charles Pilgrim Private (1805) in the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), stationed at the 1st Eastern General Hospital, where he died on 5 June 1915, aged 28
  • Frederick Charles Prevett Frederick Charles Prevett, Boy 1st Class, Royal Navy died of influenza on the HMS Royal Sovereign on 1st October 1918, aged 18 (Commonwealth War Grave).
  • Frank Shallow Radford Private (73965) in the 2nd Battalion the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) formerly Private (291452) in the Welch Regiment, was killed in action in France on 29 October 1918, aged 35
  • Harry Newman Radford Private (27480) in the 8th Batallion the Norfolk Regiment. He was killed in action at the Somme, in northern France, on 26 March 1918, aged 27
  • Archibald Harold Reed Private (19336) in the Army Pay Corps, died of pneumonia on 22 November 1918 aged 33
  • Hugh Marsh Rutter Private (201445) in the 7th Battalion the Tank Corps, formerly Private (32435) of the Machine Gun Corps, killed in action on 14 April 1918, aged 19
  • Frederick Ralph Ryder Lance Corporal (2074) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action on 3 June 1915 at Houplines, Armentières, France
  • Edward Twelftree Saint served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the 1st Battalion Cambridgeshire Regiment. He was wounded on 28 August 1918 and died a day later
  • William Douglas Saint Private (13798) in the 5th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, Canadian Infantry (Saskatchewan Regiment) died on 2 January 1915
  • Charles Edward Sayer Sapper (20577) in the 7th Field Company, the Royal Engineers, died on 29 August 1918, aged 30
  • Albert Scales Lance corporal in the Cambridgeshire Regiment, fell ill while awaiting shipping to the Western Front and died of tuberculosis on 14 August 1916
  • Samuel Shepherd Private (423319) in the 10th Battalion, the London Regiment, died on 21st May 1917, aged 38
  • Arthur Edward Shrive killed in action in Polygon Wood, near Ypres, in northern France, on 26 September 1917
  • Reginald Holt Smith Private (G/18130) in the 7th (Service) Battalion, the Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment, formerly Private (3654) of the Suffolk Yeomanry, was killed in action on 23 July 1917
  • Thomas Siddons Smith Inscription : War Grave 1793 Loyal Suffolk Hussars 3192 Shoeing Smith T SMITH Suffolk Yeomanry 30 Nov 1914 age 37 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Leonard Charles Sparkes Inscription : MM2 177157 Private LC SPARKES Army Service Corps 4th July 1916 age 32 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • Thomas Henry Stearn Thomas Henry Stearn (1893‒1918), Gunner (156666) with the 25th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, was killed in action at the Somme in northern France on 31 (or 30) May 1918.
  • Leslie John Symonds Sergeant (932163) in 101 Squadron, the Royal Air Force, was killed on active service on 8 or 9 July 1942
  • Henry Haylock Taylor Inscription : Suffolk Regiment Insignia Private 9585 H H TAYLOR Suffolk Regiment 17 Jan 1919 aged 47 (Commonwealth War Grave)
  • William Andrew Thomas Private (168/18582) in the 3rd/5th East Anglian Cyclists Division Company, transferred to the Labour Corps with the rank of Corporal (622740). He died on 5 March 1919, aged 27
  • Benjamin Robert Thompson served with the 11th Battalion the Suffolk Regiment (known as the ‛Cambs Suffolks’), wounded by a shell and died on 4 August 1916
  • William Martin Halls Thompson died on 17 November 1918, aged 27, was on the register of Shipping and Seamen, and had been awarded medals
  • Arthur Thurston Sapper (217779) in the 98th Light Railway Train Crew Company, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Gilbert Townsend Lance Corporal (768) in the 5th (City of London) Battalion (London Rifle Brigade), London Regiment, died in action on 13 May 1915
  • Frank Lesley Treweeke Inscription : In Loving Memory of Lieutenant FRANK L TREWEEKE RE b 23rd March 1882 d 7th Nov 1916
  • Albert Arthur Wallis Alfred Arthur Wallis (1885-1918) fought during the First World War on the western front with the 1/2 Cambridgeshire Regiment, and died on 24 October 1918.
  • Maurice George Warland temp 2nd Lieutenant, 8th Battalion, the Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment), wounded in action and died of his wounds on 20 January 1917
  • Harold White Private (260770) in the 1st County of London Yeomanry (Middlesex Duke of Cambridge Hussars) of the Household Cavalry and Cavalry of the Line, died 20 July 1916
  • Robert Marking White Sergeant (13822) in “A” Company, the 11th Battalion, the Suffolk Regimen, died on 6 July 1916 of wounds
  • Alfred Williams He survived the war, died on 15 January 1920 and was buried on 19 January in the parish area of St Andrew the Great in this cemetery “under the Burial Laws Amendment Act 1880”
  • Herbert Wilson Herbert was killed at the battle of the Somme on 4 August 1916 at the age of 24
  • William Henry Woodcock William Henry Woodcock (1890-1918), servant at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, served with the East Yorks Regiment in WW1 and died in action in northern France 27 April 1918.
  • Leonard Arthur Wright Rifleman (S/20542) in the 9th (Service) Battalion, Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort’s Own), formerly Private (34437) in the Suffolk Regiment. He fell in action in France on 23 October 1917
  • William James Wright Private (352959) in the 2/9th Battalion Territorial Forces of the Manchester Regiment, formerly Private (4457) in the Cambridgeshire Regiment fell in action in France on 9 October 1917
  • Reginald Frank Wye Private (326274) in the 1st Batallion the Cambridgeshire Regiment, was killed in action at St Julien on 31 July 1917, aged 22