Frederick John Jacobs
Lance Corporal P/8025 Military Foot Police
Military Police Corps.
Left side of drive
Frederick John Jacobs, was the husband of Georgina Jacobs, of 18, Garrard Street, Greyfriars Road, Reading. Cause of death is unknown, he was aged 25. His is a registered war grave with a CWGC war pattern headstone, number 6191.
Private 40580 Dorsetshire Regt. trans.
635827 288th Prisoner of War Company
Frederick Janes was the husband of Edith D. Janes, of 67, Foxhill Road, Reading. He died on 3rd September 1918, aged 37. Frederick is buried in a registered war grave number 5022 and this is marked with a CWGC war pattern headstone.
From the 1911 census it is believed that he worked at Huntley and Palmers biscuit factory and had three children. He was born in Maidenhead.
Alfred James Jarman
Private 231149 Dorset Yeomanry (late Queen’s Own Oxfordshire Hussars)
Alfred James Jarman, was the third son of Mr and Mrs J. T. Jarman of 21, New Road, Reading, and the husband of Elizabeth Gwendoline Jarman, of 14, Wood Street, Eastville, Bristol. He is commemorated on the headstone of what is believed to be the grave of his brother and sister, number 13930.
It is not clear whether he was killed in action at Warvillers or whether he died of wounds. The date of his death is given as August 10th 1918. Alfred Jarman is buried at Caix British Cemetery, location I. A. 11.
Caix was occupied by British troops in March 1917 and lost in the German spring offensive in March 1918. The village was recaptured on 8th August 1918 by Canadians. The Cemetery was made after the Armistice by the concentration of graves from the battlefields and smaller cemeteries. It is possible that Alfred Jarman was originally buried in Cayeux Chateau German Cemetery, as twelve cavalry men, were buried there in August 1918 by the Canadians.