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The names of 197 local men who lost their lives in World War I are
inscribed on the bells of the Memorial Community Church in Plaistow. They are our local heroes

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Arthur William Parish

Private
Royal Fusiliers
Born
West Ham - 1895
Died
France and Flanders - 9 September 1915
Age
20
Death
Killed in action
Served in
Royal Fusiliers
Awards
Unknown
Memorials
Unknown
Lived
50 Freemasons Road, Custom House,

Arthur William's story

Formerly Middlesex Regiment.

Arthur had siblings Florence, Harry, Maud and Ruth, and a number of half siblings

Thanks to John Mace for information on this Hero

Service Number
8186
Mother
Ada
Father
John Frederick
Spouse
Unknown
Buried
Point 110 Old Military Cemetery, France
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  1. john mace
    October 11, 2017
    11:33 pm

    i am a family tree researcher,my interests are with custom house where i once lived and tidal basin where was born.i saw this page and felt i had to research arthur born 1895 in West Ham,lived at 50 freemasons road parents john fredrick Parish and mother Ada siblings ,florence ,harry ,maud,and Ruth. as far as i can see there are also a large
    number of half siblings fathers wife rosa caroline died aged 34

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