London Regiment

The London Regiment was created in 1908 to formalise the 26 volunteer force battalions in the County of London.

With the outbreak of the First World War, the regiment expanded to 88 battalions, of which 49 saw action in the trenches of the Western Front. The other battalions action in the Gallipoli Campaign, at Salonika, against the Turks in Palestine, and in Waziristan and Afghanistan.



Commonwealth War Graves

Baber, Private William (d1916, aged 21, wounded in action)

Coates, Private Bertram (d1917, aged 27, illness)

Drewett, Rifleman Edward (d1919. aged 25, illness)

Lake, Private John (d1918, aged 26, illness)

Spiller, Private Herbert George (d1920, aged 39, cause unknown)

Thompson, Rifleman Horace (d1917, aged 18, illness)

Westcott, Private Percy (d1916, aged 38, illness)

Commonwealth War Graves from the camera of CKPonderingsToo

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