Ramsey Soldiers - V.

The First World War.

 Notes on soldier.

Vece? - E.

From a local newspaper his name appears as having enlisted in the Army by June 10th 1915 - Vece?, E. Corpl., Northumberland Fusiliers.

Voce ? From an unknown newspaper dated December 12th 1914 = 'Ramsey Arrivals from the Front'

There have arrived in Ramsey for a period of convalescence, the following Ramsey soldiers who were wounded at the Front, and certainly are looking well as can be expected:- 
Corporal Voce - Wounded at Herlies on the jaw last October 19th, since when he has been in hospital at Tedworth and Newbury. He expects to return to his Regiment on the 21st.
Vessey - Rudloph.

Private Rudolph Vessey, Kings Royal Rifles, High Street, Ramsey, Wounded and in France in hospital. Newspaper dated August 25th 1915.

Vincent - Henry George.

VINCENT, Henry George Private 16017,            7th Bn. Norfolk Regt.

He was born 29th March 1875, son of George & Emma (nee BELLAMY) VINCENT, of Ramsey, enlisted at London.  He was killed in action in France on Saturday, 12th August 1916, aged 41 years, and his grave is in the Poziers British Cemetery, Ovillers-la Boisselle, Somme, France.  He left a widow, Caroline VINCENT, living at 117 Commercial Street, Whitechapel, London.

The Second World War.

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