Essex Regiment

The Essex Regiment was officially formed in 1881, as part of the Childers Reforms, but has a history that dates back more than a century before this.

The regiment raised 30 Battalions during the Great War and was awarded dozens of battle honours and a Victoria Cross. In total, the Essex Regiment lost 8,860 men, with fighting in Egypt, Mesopotamia, the Western Front. It had a vital role in the conflict around Gallipoli, and provided key support back on the Home Front as well.

Commonwealth War Graves

Taylor, Private Walter (d1918, aged 35, illness)

Commonwealth War Graves from the camera of CKPonderingsToo

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