In an earlier update (http://blackmorehistory.blogspot.com/2010/04/blackmore-war-memorial-project-3.html ) I reported that we had six names of survivors carved on the War Memorial that we were having difficulty identifying. Many of them were as a result of doubts over the letters ‘C’ or ‘G’. The Group has whittled the list down to just one unidentified name: S Ball. Who is he? Can you help?
Pte C Hasler Essex turned out to be George Hasler (http://blackmorehistory.blogspot.com/2010/06/blackmore-hasler-family.html).
Sec Lt G V Jasper M.G.C. turned out to be Charles Victor Jasper (http://blackmorehistory.blogspot.com/2010/06/blackmore-jasper-family.html).
Pte C Wray. Labour C. turned out to be George Wray. (http://blackmorehistory.blogspot.com/2010/05/blackmore-wray-family.html)
Sgt./Mec. C. Pratt R.A.F. is believed to be Arthur Cecil Pratt. (http://blackmorehistory.blogspot.com/2010/05/blackmore-pratt-family.html)
A/M L. Ingram R.N.E.S. was found on the 1922 Electoral Roll as living at Wyatts. His name is Leslie Ingram.