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Brentford FC Remembrance List

Club pays tribute to those former players killed in action

11 November 2017

As the nation prepares to come to a halt at 11am in commemoration of the Armistice, we pay tribute to those who represented Brentford and made the ultimate sacrifice.

World War One

Bombardier William George Allwright, Royal Field Artillery, Died 12 April 1918

Lieutenant Alexander Glen, Royal Army Medical Corps, Died 21 September 1916

Private Henry John Gould, 8th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, Died 7 September 1914

Private James Greechan, 12th Battalion Highland Light Infantry, Died 25 August 1917

Sergeant Patrick Hagan, 11th Battalion Royal Scots, Died 14 July 1916

Company Sergeant Major George William Kennedy DCM MM, 42nd Battalion Quebec Regiment, Died 16 November 1917

Sergeant George Littler, 2nd Battalion Kings Royal Rifles, Died 11 May 1915

Private Henry George Purver, 24th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, Died 31 July 1916

Private Horace Osborne Robotham, 23rd Battalion Middlesex Regiment, Died 12 September 1916

Private Alexander Walker, 9th Battalion Territorial Force, Died 12 May 1916

Guest Players

Sapper John Fredericks Alborough, 2nd Signal Company Royal Engineers, Died 31 October 1918

Sergeant Henry Cook, 12th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, Died 9 January 1917

Private John Michael Hendren, 23rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, Died 27 July 1916

Private William Kirby, 6th Pioneer Battalion Royal Engineers, Died 3 October 1917

Shoestring Smith William Mathews, Royal Horse Artillery, Died 29 April 1921

Sergeant Richard Cross Wynn, 12th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, Died 9 August 1919

World War Two

Sergeant Percy Kitchener Saunders, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Died 3 March 1942

Private Ralph Shields, No.2 Company Australian Army Service Corps, Died 21 November 1944

Guest Players

Sergeant Albert Edward Bonass, Royal Air Force, Died 9 October 1945


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