Jack Alfred White. Samuel Robert Dodge. Edward Herbert Dodge. Edward John Dodge

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Corporal Jack Alfred White. Essex Regiment died 13 October 1918 at Flanders.
CWGC have the following
Corporal G/34258 J A White Middlesex Regiment transferred as Private 565826 65th Prisoner of War Coy, Labour Corps died 13 October 1918 aged 30. Husband of Mrs. L. White, of 213,Church Road, Leyton. Native of Leyton, London. At rest in Les Moutiers-Hubert Churchyard, Calvados, France.

Master Baker Samuel Robert Dodge Royal Navy (VR) Born 1 January 1874 died 3 February 1915 went down with his ship HMS Clan McNaughton
CWGC have the following
Baker 602780 Samuel Robert Dodge. Mercantile Marine Reserve on HMS Clan McNaughton died 3 February 1915 aged 40. Son of John and Louisa Dodge, of Feltham, Middlesex, husband of Frances Louisa Dodge, of 32, Rectory Road, Little Thurrock, Grays, Essex. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon

Edward Herbert Dodge. 6th Durham Light Infantry and Royal Army Service Corps Born 29 April 1905 died 19 December 1973. North Africa 1941. Italy 1945/46.

Private 941 Edward John Dodge. 1st Rifle (Rifles) Brigade. Harts Hill, Tulega Relief of Ladysmith. Boer War. Born 2 March 1873 died 27 February 1900 at Pieter's Hill.

All commemorated on a Poppy Cross Memorial at the Armed Forces Memorial, National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire 11 November 2018.

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