FUNERAL AT GILLINGHAM
Six Surgeon Captains of the Royal Navy acted as pall-bearers, and Surgeon Rear-Admiral Sankey was present, when Surgeon Roar-Admiral Guy Leslie Buckeiidge, C.B., 0.B.E., R.N., who died on July 14, was buried at Gillingham Cemetery by Fr. M. B. Egan, Chaplain to the Royal Navy. The family was represented by the son of deceased. Lieut. J. L. Buckeridge, R.N.
Born in 1877, Surgeon Rear-Admiral Buckeridge was educated at Guy's Hospital and entered the Royal Navy in 1903. He served in the last war, and was appointed Surgeon Rea r-Admit a I in 1932.
Rev. Fr. Adrian P. CIumple, parish pliest of Ensbury Nek, Bournemouth, sang Solemn Requidh Muss and eonducted the burial service of his mother, Eleanor Millicent Chapple, at Mgtmouth on Tuesday,, July 25.
Trooper Henry Barton, killed in north-west Europe, attenaed St. Joseph's School, Preston.
Flying Officer Thomas Richardson (21), of Seaton, near Seaham. killed its action, was an old boy of St. Cuthbert's School, New Seaham.
Trooper Bernard Sacco (20), of Loreto, Crawcrook, killed in action, was an old boy of St. Joseph's College, Dumfries.
Cpl. Thomas Fisher, of Blackburn, an old boy of St. Peter's School, Mill Hill, Blackburn, has been killed in Normandy.
Pte. Charles Fredk. Clarkson (27), killed in action in north-west Europe, was an old boy of St. Walburg's School, Preston.