Soldiers from Little Gransden, Huntingdonshire.

Little Gransden      
Jack Darlow Cyclist Battalion Wounded, son of Mr. Caleb Darlow
George  Mallet Cyclist Battalion Wounded, son of Mr. Charles Mallett
St. Peter & St. Paul - Parish Church Little Gransden - framed scroll.
St. Peter & St. Paul - Little Gransden.  
To the Glory of God, and the memory of those of this Parish who fell, in the Great War 1914 - 1918.
Rest eternal grant unto them O' Lord: and let light perpetual shine upon them.


W. Dendy-Smith   22/06/1915
Frank  Smith     01/07/1915
John Searle     20/07/1916
John W. Whittet     12/09/1916
Joseph Fuller     14/11/1916
Ernest George     24/07/1917
Arthur Fuller     27/10/1917
William R. Giddings     23/03/1918
William J. Catlin     03/04/1918
Leet Huckle     17/10/1918
They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old, Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.
1939 -1945      
Gaufrey  Appleby     13/12/1939
Edward Lunniss     03/01/1943
These soldiers notes were found whilst research in the soldiers who fought in the Huntingdonshire Cyclist Battalions.  They are included on this website to assist any researcher who has a connection with Little Gransden or their families.     If you have any further information on these soldiers I would be pleased to hear from you in order that the details can be added to this page.

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. . Martyn Smith