Lexden History Group


Remembrance Plaques held by Colchester Council


Councillor Wasey Chopping JP - Mayor of Colchester 1921-22


Pte Edwin Fisher, 1/5th Bn Essex Regiment


Commemorating Opening of Avenue of Remembrance by Viscount Ullswater, GCB, pm on 29th June 1933


Pte Albert Robert Richards 1/5 Bn West Yorks Regiment


Pte Arthur Edward Humm, 7th Bn Norfolk Regiment


Trooper Arthur William Lee, 6th Dragoon Guards


Pte Amos Henry Mattin, 11th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment


Pte Henry Sidney Mattin, 1st/23 Battalion London Regiment


Pte Bertram W Palfrey, Seaforth Highlanders


Trooper Ernest Percival Munson, Royal Horse Guards


Pte Robert Bertie Munson, 5th Bn Canadian Inf (Manitoba Regt)


Pte William (Frank) Gould, 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers  


Pte James Frederick Anderson, 1st Bn Beds and Herts Regt  


Gunner Walter Gardner, Royal Field Artillery


Pte Robert George Jackman, 12th Bn King’s Regt Liverpool


Captain Edgar David Cope Hunt MC, Suffolk Regiment


Engine Room Artificer Frank Dixon Lilley, RN


Pte Frank Stanley Bultitude, 10th Bn Essex Regiment  


Lt Henry Tooke Brunwin-Hales, 1st/4th Bn Lincs Regt


Rifleman Richard Chambers Springett, 7th Bn Rifle Brigade


LCpl Walter Arthur Munson, Royal Sussex Regiment  


Sub Lt Charles Bernard Orfeur, Royal Naval Air Service


Councillor C E Orfeur


Dr Edward Chichester


Rifleman Arthur Henry Munson, Kings Royal Rifle Corps  


Maj Gen B M Skinner, CB, CMG, MVO


Lt Frank William Hussey, 4th Bn Leicestershire Regiment


Rev John Thomas


Mr Edmund James Curtis


2nd Lt Edward Thompson Smith, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)


Ssgt Claude Hamilton Miller, 1st Bn Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent) Regt


Pte Stanley Alfred Sadler, 5th Bn Essex Regt


Councillor E A Hunt, JP


L/Cpl Leonard William Hales, 2nd Bn Grenadier Guards


Lexden History Group's article in the Gazette, Appeal to Find Long Lost Pieces of Colchester's History.