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One Family at War

A summary of the wartime experiences of members
of a large extended family during the First and Second World Wars.

From letters and research 2008

Contents

Below are listed the known names of those within the family 
who served during WW1 and WW2 with links to details.

The following four articles are details about individuals and families, 
that have been  drawn together from archive material.

Museum of Family War Items  Extra information regarding WW1 and WW2
One Branch of the Rowntree Family in the WW1 Era.  Further information about the Rowntree Family in WW1 
Bombardment of Scarborough  1914 - first hand notes by George Rowntree
3 lives in WW2  The lives of Joan Dibdin and Ltn.Tony Guise in WW2 including letters from India and Ceylon before his death. 

Also

The Heugh Gun Battery - Hartlepool Link to details of  Gun Battery that was built in 1850 and served in WW1 and WW2

 

Introduction

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Visiting War Graves

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General Comment
Family at Home 

Part 1 WW1

Reginald Aglio Dibdin

injured

Lieutenant Lionel Aglio Dibdin

gassed

Major Joe Aglio Dibdin

injured

Major Stanley M Haycraft

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Percy Haycraft

died on active service

Lieutenant Allan M Haycraft

died on active service

Part 2 WW1

Major Edward Montague Marvin

injured or ill

Major Edward John Dibdin

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Lieutenant Arthur Coleman Dibdin

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Major Lewis George Dibdin

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Major Heseltine

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Lieutenant Montague Dibdin Severn

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Captain Ernest Michael Severn

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Part 3 WW1

Alfred Reginald Marshall

injured

Serjeant Percy Frederick Wright

died on active service

Frank Wright

died on active service

David Thomas Rouch

died on active service

Frederick Rowntree

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Lieutenant Colin Rowntree

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Lieutenant Douglas Woodville Rowntree injured

2nd Lieutenant Lawrence E Rowntree

died on active service

Ralph Thorp

injured
Other members of the Rowntree family are referred to in the article
One Branch of the Rowntree in WW1 Era

Part 4 WW2

Lieutenant Anthony Benoit Guise

died on active service

Joan Guise (nee Dibdin )

Red Cross and ATC

Lance Bombardier Peter Haycraft Dibdin

died on active service 

Donald Haycraft

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John Davis

SOE

Surgeon Lieutenant Geoffrey S Davis

died on active service
Pat Davis -
Alfred Marshall Fire watch

Helen Ouin

MI5

Leslie Rouch

Navy
Gwendoline Elsie Marshall Red Cross
Betsy Thorp GCHQ
Colin Rowntree Medical and then War Graves
Paul Rowntree Trainee doctor
Nicholas Rowntree

Notes regarding a Gun Battery in Hartlepool