Sanders, Sydney Elphick



War Service:
Second Lieutenant SYDNEY ELPHICK SANDERS of 6th battalion Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment). He enlisted in Camberwell on 2nd September 1914 with (T.F.) 2/21st Battn. Co. of London Regiment. He was killed in action during a German counter attack at Lateau Wood to the South of Cambrai on 30 November 1917, whilst serving with the 6th Battalion, Queens Own (Royal West Kent Regiment).

Location of Memorial:
He has no known grave and is remembered on the Cambrai memorial at Louverval. He is also remembered on the memorial at the church of St James, Hatcham.

Sydney was the second eldest of 3 sons and was born in Tottenham, London on January 23rd 1890. He lived with his parents at 159, Philip Lane, West Green, Tottenham

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Contributed By: Andy Pepper and Ian sander (Great Nephew of Sydney)


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