LET'S carry on paying tribute to the men of Weymouth who gave their lives in the Great War.

We carried on with our list of names of the soldiers who perished from August 21, 1918 to the Armistice on November 11, 2018.

Continuing the list, here are the Weymouth men we're paying tribute to:

*William George BRINKLEY; Private, Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Canadian)Killed in action 09/10/1918, aged 26. Only son of George and Mary Brinkley. Lived 43, Brownlow Street, Weymouth.

*James CORBIN Private, 16th Devonshire Regt, died 02/09/1918, aged 18. Son of John and Thomas Corbin. Lived 77, Dorchester Road, Weymouth.

*Samuel CURLING Private, 5th Connaught Rangers. Killed in action 09/10/1918,aged 26. Married to Ada Curling. Lived 9, Albert Terrace, Portland.

*Lionel William Pellew EAST Brigadier General, Royal Regiment of Artillery. Died 06/09/1918, aged 52. Severely wounded 1891, on NE frontier, Assam. When war broke out Garrison Commander, Cardiff. Transferred to France; Mentioned in Dispatches June 1916 and January 1917. December 1917 raised to Brevet Colonel and awarded C.M.G. and D.S.O. Son of Admiral J. W. East and Ruth Cunningham. Husband of Margaret Reith Stephen East.

*George R EMINSON 2nd Lieutenant, 21st London Regiment, (1st Surrey Rifles). Killed in action 01/09/1918, aged 21. Lived Bond Street, Weymouth.

*Herbert Henry FENNEMORE Private, 1st Hampshire Regiment. Killed in action 31/08/1918, aged 41.

*Ernest William FLEMING 2nd Lieutenant, 13th King’s Royal Rifle Corps. Killed by machine gun fire 04/11/1918, aged 22. Scholar of St John’s School; clever painter in oils and water. Apprenticed at the ‘Beehive’, St Edmund’s Street, Weymouth; then worked for Dunford in Dorchester. Volunteered 23/10/1915, whilst training for a government position. Promoted to Corporal in the RAMC, and then commissioned. Two other brothers joined the RAMC at the same time; Louis, in a Liverpool hospital with a head wound; Freddie, in hospital in Egypt with malaria.Eldest son of Frederick and Eleanor Fleming.Husband of Kathleen Ellen Fleming. Lived 34, Walpole Street, Weymouth.

*Edward E. FOX Private, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent) Killed in action 25/10/1918, aged 34. Husband of Fanny Fox. Lived 11, Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth.

*W. GLOVER Private, Army Service Corps. Died 31/10/1918

*J. Leonard Wilfred GREENMAN Private, 8th Somerset Light Infantry. Died of wounds at casualty clearing station 23/08/ 1918, aged 18. Lived 4, Argyle Road, Weymouth.

*Ernest HANSFORD Private, 8th Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in action 10/10/1918, aged 21. Lived 18, Walpole Street, Weymouth.

*E. L. HARDY Lieutenant, Royal Engineers. Died of wounds 07/10/1918, aged 28. Lived 59, St Thomas Street, Weymouth.

*Joe HIGGINS Squadron Sergeant Major, 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). Killed in action 26/08/1918, aged 32. Landed in France 06/08/1914. Mentioned in Dispatches; awarded Medal Militaire (France). Brother Bert was a prisoner; brother Rowland convalescing after wounds. Left a baby son called Joe who served in his father’s regiment in World War Two. In May 2006 he visited his father’s grave and left the message: ‘… I know you so well, I think about you every day...’. Lived 6, Wesley Street, Weymouth.

*Edward Victor IREMONGER Private, 9th Royal Fusiliers. Died 14/09/1918, aged 31. Son of Edward and Fanny Iremonger.

* George William KNIGHT Lance Corporal, 1st The Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Killed in action 21/09/1918, aged 30. Awarded Military Medal.Lived 5, Charles Street, Weymouth.

*Reginald George LOWE Private, 1st Somerset Light Infantry.Killed in action 02/11/1918, aged 19. Lived 7, Newstead Road, Weymouth.

*Herbert W. LUCAS Private, 5th Dorsetshire Regiment. Died 01/10/1918.

*James Thomas MARSHALL Private, 1st Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in action 02/11/1918, aged 37. Bootmaker and repairer at 6, Victoria Arcade. Married to Edith Eliza Marshall. Lived 27, Abbotsbury Road, Weymouth.

*Albert Charles MORRIS Serjeant, Royal Field Artillery. Died of wounds 16/08/1918, aged 27. Awarded the Military Medal. Lived 6, New Street, Weymouth.

More names in our final part of this tribute next week.