The grateful people of Swale remember the fallen from WW1 who died 100 years ago this month:

Fallen from June 1918 Remembering the WW1 fallen

Corporal Alfred John SELLEN of Royal Garrison Artillery from Milton and Iwade, died on 1st June 1918

Private George William VOUSDEN of Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) from Sheppey, died on 5th June 1918

Fireman Stephen John CALLAGHAN of S.S. “Tewfikieh” Mercantile Marine from Sheppey, died on 9th June 1918

Lance Corporal Reginald Robert FRENCH of Australian Imperial Forces from Lynsted, died on 10th June 1918

Canteen Assistant David John HIDE of Royal Navy, HMS Wildfire from Sheppey, died on 13th June 1918

Private Percy Sydney Thomas SMITH of Army Service Corps from Sheppey, died on 14th June 1918

Bombardier A George MASON of Royal Garrison Artillery from Sheppey, died on 15th June 1918

Able Seaman (Pensioner) John Duke SIMMONDS of Royal Navy, HMS Wildfire from Sheppey, died on 19th June 1918

Private Harry George HAWKES of Royal West Kent Regiment from Sheppey, died on 20th June 1918

Sergeant Alfred Ernest STICKINGS of Army Cyclist Corps from Sheppey, died on 24th June 1918

Rifleman Aylmer Allsworth DAVISON of Rifle Brigade from Newington and Stockbury, died on 25th June 1918

Fireman & Trimmer George Edward FRANKLIN of Mercantile Marine from Sheppey, died on 27th June 1918

Sapper George Frederick TENWICK of Royal Engineers from Sheppey, died on 28th June 1918

Gunner George William SIMPSON of Royal Garrison Artillery from Sheppey, died on 29th June 1918

Lieutenant Quarter Master Robert CAWLEY of Royal Welsh Fusiliers from Sittingbourne, died on 30th June 1918