war memorial at dusk, photographed by Michelle Cooper

World War I



Surnames T

Taylerson, N. A.
gravestoneZeebrugge ChurchNorman Albert Taylorson is buried at Zeebrugge Churchyard, Grave 173 - fifth in from the left in the picture below. He served in 211 squadron RAF

His birth was registered at Paddington where his parents were married. They were still living there in 1911

His father came from Whitby but his mother, née Pain, was born in Dover


graves in churchyard at Zeebrugge


grave at St Andrews, by Joyce BanksThe gravestone left, is at St Andrews, Buckland, Dover. It reads:

"In Ever loving Memory of Norman Taylerson who fell asleep 29 July 1918 aged 76 years

Also of his beloved only son Norman Albert Flight Lieut RAF. Killed in aerial combat 19 May 1918 near Uitkerke, buried Zeebrugge Chyrd near Ostende, aged 21 years

Also of Harriet Amelia Taylerson the dearly loved wife of the above who died 20 May 1937 aged 76 years"

HR Tery, courtesy Dover ExpressTerry, H. R. 
HR Terry, courtesy Dover Express
H R Terry, 49011, was a Gunner in the Royal Field Artillery 2nd battery of the 13th Brigade. He was wounded on 9 May 1916 returned to duty in June and then died from disease in the Persian Gulf on 5 July 1916. He is buried at the Amara War Cemetery, Iraq. VIII B 3

His wife and child lived at 11 Lower Hillside, Buckland, Dover and he was the only son of Mr and Mrs Terry of Woolwich Green, Womenswold


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