"Person ID","Full Name","Death Date","Birth Date","Military Service: Date","Military Service","Tree" "I2921","Richard Edwin Sandys","2 Apr 1801","","Bef 2 Apr 1801","Royal Navy, Lieutenant. †KIA Copenhagen: British defeated Danish-Norwegian fleet - http://www.britishbattles.com/waterloo/battle-copenhagen.htm","Roy~Royes" "I1760","Joseph Selby","1 Jul 1916","Est 1894","1916","WW1 †KIA 1 Jul 1916 at the Battle of the Somme","Roy~Royes" "I1378","Robert de Hougham Mark Bell","3 Sep 1916","16 Nov 1895","Bef 1 Jan 1916","WW1: †KIA. Lieutenant 10th Bn King's Royal Rifle Corps, *mentioned in despatches 1 Jan 1916. KIA 3 Sep 1916 - aged 20
Captain Bell was killed in action in 1916 at Guillemont during the Battle of the Somme ( see http://www.ww1battlefields.co.uk/somme/guillemont.html ). The font in All Souls' Church, South Ascot, was carved and presented as a memorial to him, together with six further stained glass windows of six soldier saints representing the allied nations of the Great War. The memorial reads ""To the glory of God the windows and this font are placed here in loving memory of Robert de Hougham Mark Bell aged 20. Capt. A Batt K.R.R.C. He fell at Guillemont Sept. 30th. 1916""
--- Rev Sebastian Jones (rector of All Souls' Church)
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission records his parents as Col. Mark Bell, V.C., C.B., A.D.C., R.E. and Margaret Bell, of Earlywood Lodge, Ascot, Berkshire.
The church memorial records his rank as Captain and the Commonwealth War Graves Commission records it as Lieutenant. The latter may represent his substantive rank and the former a provisional rank","Roy~Royes" "I1661","Leonard James Healey","15 Sep 1916","21 Sep 1895","1916","*WW1: †KIA - NZ army Rifleman","Roy~Royes" "I3130","Houston Clements","2 Oct 1918","11 Apr 1899","1915-2 Oct 1918","WW1: Regt No 6506 Rifleman, 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles †KIA Western European Theatre (France and Flanders)","Roy~Royes" "I3734","Julius Valentine Blake Huffam","22 Jan 1919","14 Feb 1888","1914","WW1: †KIA - Private, Field Ambulance, NZ Medical Corps","Roy~Royes" "I14","Dudley Royes Ainsbury","1 Jul 1942","1 May 1919","22 Jan 1941","WW2: #POW †KIA 1 Jul 1942 Papua New Guinea.
There are two records in the WW2 Nominal Roll
Q302662 enilsted 24 Jun 1940 Miowera, QLD Next of Kin G. Ainsbury* Born 29 Nov 1919 Mount Garnet QLD Discharged 25 Sep 1940 as Private from Miowera AIF Tng Depot
QX10930 enlisted 22 Jan 1941 Maryborough, QLD. Next of kin Ainsbury, E.* Born 1 May 1919 Posting at death (1 Jul 1942): Private, 1 Independent Rifle Company.
[*Note that our Dudley has a father George and a mother Eleanor, and these two enlistments are assumed to be the same person]","Roy~Royes" "I1812","Raymond Charles Fleming","9 Jul 1943","28 Feb 1917","Between 16 Feb 1941 and 9 Jul 1943","#WW2: RAAF 413113 Flight Lieutenant 101 Squadron enlisted 16 Feb 1941 Sydney NOK Heather Fleming (wife) †KIA Germany","Roy~Royes" "I5419","Clive Prosdocimi Luther","16 Dec 1943","20 May 1914","9 Nov 1941","WW2 †KIA 26 Dec 1943 Stompetoren, Holland. Enlisted 9 Nov 1941 Sydney, NSW. NOK Elaine Luther. Royal Australian Air Force, Flying Officer - 7 Sqn RAF","Roy~Royes" "I637","Robert Henry Royes","31 Oct 1944","14 Jun 1923","9 Oct 1942","WW2: †KIA. RAAF 434018 enlisted Brisbane, QLD. NOK Bathurst Royes. KIA in ""flying battle"" over Germany 31 Oct 1944: Flight Sergeant, 460 Squadron","Roy~Royes"