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The names of 197 local men who lost their lives in World War I are
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Ernest A Urry

Private
Essex

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Born
Canning Town - 1892
Died
Palestine - 27 March 1917
Age
25
Death
Killed in action
Served in
Essex
Awards
Unknown
Memorials
Unknown
Lived
Plaistow

Ernest's story

Brother of HaroldĀ  James Urry of 33 Boundary Road, East Ham.

Service Number
275741
Mother
Emily
Father
Unknown
Spouse
Unknown
Buried
Jerusalem Memorial, Israel
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4 comments

  1. Gordon Gwilliams
    January 5, 2015
    11:32 am

    Ernest Albert Urry, served in 6th Bn, Essex Reg.
    Panels 33-39. Also on a wall Plaque in All Saints Church,
    West Ham. Birth Qtr,4A/125

    • July 13, 2016
      5:48 am

      And I was just wonndrieg about that too!

  2. Peter Tuckey
    November 24, 2018
    9:34 am

    My name maiden name was Urry originally from West Ham her name was Ann her married name was Tuckey

    • hilary
      February 15, 2019
      12:16 pm

      Dear Peter I can’t moderate your comment at present because there is a typo in the information you’ve given. Whose maiden name is Urry?

      Many thanks

      Hilary Colston
      Memorial Community Church
      Church Secretary

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