The Fallen men not commemorated on Hemel Hempstead War Memorial:

Thomas Brinklow
Joseph Buck
John Burns
F. Arthur Clamp
John William Clark

William Cecil Collins
George Croft
William Fowler
Sidney Russell George
Richard Francis Gillett

G. F. King
Stanley Watkins Lockyer
William Henry Maxted
Horace Mead
George Harry Purton

Frederick Rodwell
Harold Richard Savel
John Oswald Thornhill
Stewart William Tuckwell
Harry Wiseman

Brinklow, Private Thomas
2nd Bedfordshire Regiment.
Killed in action: 3rd July 1916.
Ovilliers Military Cemetery.
Born Hemel Hempstead lived Watford.

Buck, Private Joseph
2nd Bedfordshire Regiment.
Killed in action: 7th August 1918 Age 20.
Pozieres Memorial.
Born Boxmoor.
Son of William and Sarah Annie of North Grove Lock, Hunton Bridge. 

Burns, Private John
Bedfordshire Regiment.
Died June 1921.
Born Hemel Hempstead. 
Lost a leg, an eye and suffered other facial injuries during the war. 

Clamp, Sergeant Major F. Arthur
4th Bedfordshire Regiment
Killed in action: 24th August 1918 Age 23.
Warlencourt British Cemetery.
Born Snareston, Leics lived at The Lodge, Westbrook Hay.
Son of Alice. 

Clark, Private John William
5th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry.
Killed in action: 23rd March 1918 Age 40.
Pozieres Memorial.
Born Rye, Kent, lived Apsley End.
Son of John and Mary, husband of Lizzie. 

Collins, Private William Cecil
Hertfordshire Regiment.
Died of wounds 4th November 1918. 
Romeries Communal Cemetery Extension.
Born in Fleeton Marston, Bucks, lived Boxmoor

Croft, Sergeant George
2nd Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment). Killed in action: 12th October 1916, Age 26.
Thiepval Memorial.
Born Leverstock Green.
Son of Caroline of 1 Tucker Street, Watford. 

Fowler, Private William
Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
Died on 6 May 1919, Age 34,  West Herts Hospital
Lived 36 Alma Road.
Son of Henry.

George, Private Sidney Russell
Machine Gun Corps.
Died at home: 29th September 1920, Age 23.  
Hemel Hempstead Cemetery.
Wounded three times, gassed twice and once buried alive for three days.
Discharged April 1919 suffering from the effects of gas
Lived 97 Bury Road.
Son of Henry and Louisa.

Gillett, Driver Richard Francis
Army Service Corps.
Killed in action: 7th August 1916, Age 28.
Born Derby.
Son of Leonard and Edith. 

King, Private GF
18th (Queen Mary’s Own) Hussars.
Died of Illness: 14th December 1917, Age 42.
Hemel Hempstead Cemetery. 

Lockyer, Private Stanley Watkins
Inns of Court OTC.
Died of Illness: 10th November 1918.
Hemel Hempstead Cemetery.
Formerly lived in South Africa.
Nephew of Mr F. Lockyer of Apsley. 

Maxted, Lieutenant William Henry
3rd Sqdn. Royal Air Force.
Killed in Accident : 17th December 1918, Age 19.
Etaples Military Cemetery.
Lived High Street.
Son of James Samuel and Minnie. 

Mead, Private Horace
4th Bedfordshire Regiment.
Killed in Accident: 5th February 1915, Age 36.
Harwich Cemetery. 
Lived Piccotts End.

Purton, L-Corporal George Harry
2nd Oxfordshire and Bucks Light Infantry.
Died of Wounds: 6th August 1916, Age 24.
Corbie Communal Cemetery Extension.
Son of the late Harry of Boxmoor. 

Rodwell, Private Frederick
Bedfordshire Regiment.
Died of Illness: 23rd September 1916, Age 20. 
Lived 77 Weymouth Street, Apsley.
Son of Herbert and Minnie. 

Savel, Lieutenant Harold Richard
21st London Regiment (First Surrey Rifles).
Killed in Action: 25th May 1915, Age 23.  
Guards Cemetery.
Lived "The White House", Hemel Hempstead.
Son of Richard and Edith. 

Thornhill, Private John Oswald
1st Royal Berkshire Regiment.
Killed in Action: 25th April 1917, Age 23. 
Arras Memorial.
Lived Boxmoor. 
Son of Mrs. Johanna W. of 106 New Garden Street, Georgetown, British Guyana. 

Tuckwell, Private Stewart William
10th Canadian Infantry (Alberta Regt).
Killed in Action: 28th April 1917, Age 40. S
Vimy Memorial.
Son of David and Mary, Husband of Rhoda.

Wiseman, Harry
Royal Horse Artillery.
Killed in Accident in 1920
Lived Albion Hill.
Son of the late Samuel and Mary.