The Villagers: Saunders to Sutton

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 Arthur George Saunders; Gunner, 264th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery
 The Sawyer / Berry Family
 Albert Frederick Sawyer; Private, 225th Machine Gun Corps.
 Samuel George Berry (Sawyer); Lance Serjeant, 7th (Service) Battalion Suffolk Regiment. Killed in Action 12th October 1916.
 John Edward Newbould Scaife; Private, 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment.
 Horace Edward Scoggins; Gunner, 402nd Battery, Royal Horse Artillery.
 The Scogings Family
 George John Scogings; Private, 7th (Service) Battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Died of Wounds 29th March 1916.  
 Henry Scogings; Private, Army Service Corps. 
 Arthur Hugh Sebborn; Private, 2nd Battalion Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire) Regiment. Killed in Action 27th April 1917.  
 Herbert Sharman; Lance Corporal, Army Service Corps.
 Frederick Charles Shelcot; 7th (Service) Battalion Suffolk Regiment and Royal Engineers
 Shemmings Famliy
 Edward Shemmings; Private 8th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. Killed in Action 20th April 1917.
 Frederick John Shemmings; Private, 4th (Territorial) Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.
 Shill Family
 Herbert Edward Shill; Corporal, 1st Signal Coy. Canadian Engineers. Killed 22nd September 1917
 Jack (John Bartholomew) Shill; Private, 2nd Battalion Canadian Infantry (Eastern Ontario Regiment). Killed in Action 24th May 1916
 Walter John Shimmon; Private, 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regiment.
 Muriel Shipman
 Henry John Simmons M.M.; Corporal, 15th Casualty Clearing Station, Royal Army Medical Corps.
 Bertie Simpkin DCM, MM; Private, 4th (Territorial) Battalion, Suffolk Regiment.
 Arthur James Simpkin; Private, 5th Battalion, Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment. Killed in Action 28th November 1943
 Skoulding Family
 Alfred Cecil Skoulding; 2nd Lieutenant, Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Died of Wounds 21st February 1917.
 Maxwell Skoulding; Porter, Royal Army Medical Corps.
 The Smith Family of Asylum Road
 The Smith Family of Prospect Place
 Albert Edward Smith; Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery.
 Arthur William Smith; Sapper, Royal Engineers.
 Bertie Charles Smith; Private, 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards.
 Ernest William Smith; Private, 2nd Battalion, Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire Regiment).
 Frank Wilmott Smith; Private, 68th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps.
 Frederick Joseph Smith; 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment.
 George Harold Smith; Private, 2nd Battalion, Suffolk Regiment and Labour Corps.
 Henry Robert Smith; Private, 1st Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment.
 Percy Mallett Smith; Sergeant, Royal Engineers.
 Thomas Smith; Private, 2/4th Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. Killed in Action 20th November 1917.
 Walter Samuel Smith; 10th Suffolk Regiment.
 Aubrey Thomas Spink; Private 3rd (City of London) Battalion, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers).
 Francis William Stapleton; Private, Labour Corps.
 Emeric Harry Stearn; Private, 68th Field Ambulance, RAMC and 11th Worcestershire Regiment.
 Charles Richard Barlow Stone; Private, 53rd Company Labour Corps.
 Stone / Parkington Family
 William Albert Stone; Private, 68th Field Ambulance Royal Army Medical Corps.
 Oswald Hayward Stowe; Corporal, 512th Horse Transport Company, Army Service Corps.
 William Henry Albert Suckling; Aircraftsman 1st Class, Royal Air Force.
 The Sulivan Family
 Enid Bertha Sulivan
 Rose Ada Sulivan
 Violet Aileen Sulivan
 Charles Sutcliffe; Private, 79th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps.
 Frederick Charles Sutton; Trooper, Essex Yeomanry. Died of Wounds 8th September 1918.
 Ralph Ewart Sutton; Private, 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment.