The Blackmore War Memorial Research Project Group investigated the names of those carved on the local War Memorial who are listed as having served and come through World War One. They had a number of descendants some of whom are recorded in the Baptism Register for Blackmore (Essex) [ERO D/P 266/1/11].
- Ronald Walter John, son of Samuel John and Ethel Florence Brazier on 23rd June 1921. Samuel’s profession given was ‘Royal Navy’.
- Reginald Brian Stokes, son of Alfred Stokes and Adelaide Hart on 31st March 1916. The family lived at ‘Nine Ashes, High Ongar’. Alfred’s profession given was ‘Insurance Agent’.
- Ivy Alma Florence, daughter of Alexander and Eliza McLaren on 29th September 1917. The family lived at High Ongar. Frank’s profession given was ‘Soldier’.
- Harold Arthur, son, and Phyliss Maud, daughter of George Cyril and Edith Newcombe on 11th November 1917. Harold’s profession given was ‘Soldier’.
- Eva Frances, daughter of Frank Charles and Emily Louisa Penson on 15th August 1915, and of Charles Frank, son on 9th September 1917. Frank’s profession in both cases was given as ‘Soldier’.
- Walter John, son of Ernest John and Florence Ann Wager on 22nd September 1919. Ernest’s profession given was ‘Soldier’.