Lempriere family members who served in World War 1

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Lempriere family members who served in the Great War


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Henry Anderson Lempriere, the only member of the family to lose his life while serving in World War 1. Thirteen other members of the family saw active service


The dates shown are often birth or baptism dates from our database, not necessarily those shown on service records, and parishes shown are parish of birth, where known, not the parish in which individuals were living when they joined up


  • Henry Anderson Lempriere, DSO (1867-1914) (Leicester) son of George Reid Lempriere and Jane, Lieut-Col, 7th Dragoons, killed in action Further information
  • Alfred Lempriere (St C), Private, Hampshire Regiment
  • Ernest Philip John Lempriere (1882- ) (St H) son of Ernest and Rachel, Private, Canadian Machine Gun Corps
  • Frederick Lempriere (St H), Driver, Royal Field Artillery
  • Henry Philip Lempriere (1873- ) (St H) son of Frederick Philip and Matilda Ann Simon, Mercantile Marine
  • John David Lempriere (1885- ) (St H) son of Joseph Nicholas and Mary Ann Fauvel, Private, York and Lancaster Regiment
  • John Philip Lempriere (1885- ), Private, Canadian Divisional Troops
  • John Philip Lempriere (St O), Stoker 1st Class RN
  • Joseph Edward Lempriere (1879- ) (St H) son of Joseph Nicholas and Mary Ann Fauvel, husband of Adelina Blampied, ex-RMIJ, Lance-Cpl RJGB
  • Raymond Percival Lempriere ( -1940), Ordinary Seaman RN
  • Sidney Francis Clement John Lempriere (1896- ) (St C) son of Ernest Francis and Rachel Esther, Private, Machine Gun Corps
  • Walter James Lempriere (1881- ) (St C) son of James John and Mary Elizabeth, Private RASC
  • William George Lempriere (1888- ) (St H) son of Joseph Nicholas and Mary Ann Fauvel, Private, Hampshire Regiment
  • William Henry Lempriere (St H), Captain, Cheshire Regiment
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