1. Book:The (1921) Masonic Roll of Honour 1914-1918Pg.132
2. Memorial:The (1940) Scroll - WW1 Roll of Honour24D GQS

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Military :


Unit :84th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery 
Attached :13th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery 
Action :Salonika 

Detail :

Born Plumstead, Kent.

Service No. 76260.

Probate: PRANGLEY Walter Henry of 30 Woodland-terrace Charlton Kent died 8 September 1916 at Salonika on active service. Administration London 8 November to Louisa Mary Prangley widow. Effects £309 18s.

In October 1915 a combined Franco-British force of some two large brigades was landed at Salonika (today called Thessalonika) with the objective to help the Serbs in their fight against Bulgarian aggression. However before they could be employed the Serbs were beaten. Over the next three years the Salonika front was static, with heavily fortified trench lines, and only minor adjustments by both sides. More troops were sent to Salonika particularly after the withdrawal from Gallipoli. Disease and climate were no lesser enemies than the Turks.

Masonic :

TypeLodge Name and No.Province/District :
Mother : Henley No. 1472 E.C.London

2nd March 1909
4th May 1909
7th September 1909

The lodge contribution record shows "Died on active service 8-9-16."

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