Stanley Walter LE GRICE, 18921917 (aged 24 years)

Name
Stanley Walter /LE GRICE/
Surname
LE GRICE
Given names
Stanley Walter
Birth June 28, 1892 32 33
Occupation
Sub-Conducter, Warrant Officer !st Class

Employer: Royal Army Ordinance Corps
Occupation
School Master

Birth of a brotherPercy Leonard LE GRICE
April 23, 1900 (aged 7 years)
Address: 28 High St, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth
Christening of a brotherPercy Leonard LE GRICE
1901 (aged 8 years)
Address: Freemason Lodge, Orakei
Death of a fatherWalter James LE GRICE
November 1, 1902 (aged 10 years)
Burial of a fatherWalter James LE GRICE
November 3, 1902 (aged 10 years)
Religion: Consecrated
Death March 18, 1917 (aged 24 years)
Burial March 19, 1917 (1 day after death)
Cemetery: Nunhead Cemetery
Family with parents
father
18591902
Birth: August 21, 1859Gt.Ellingham, Attleborough, Norfolk, England
Death: November 1, 1902Gorleston Hosp, Gorleston, Norfolk, England
mother
18591938
Birth: March 11, 1859East Tuddenham, Norfolk, England
Death: May 25, 1938St Heliers, Auckland, New Zealand
Marriage MarriageFebruary 21, 1881Heigham, Norfolk, England
10 months
elder brother
18811881
Birth: December 27, 1881 22 22Heigham, Norfolk, England
Death: December 28, 1881Heigham, Norfolk, England
14 months
elder brother
18831943
Birth: February 15, 1883 23 23Norwich, Norfolk, England
Death: October 23, 1943St Heliers, Auckland, New Zealand
20 months
elder brother
18841955
Birth: October 1, 1884 25 25West Wymer, Norwich, Norfolk, England
Death: October 18, 1955Royal Oak, Auckland, New Zealand
3 years
elder brother
18871942
Birth: August 26, 1887 28 28Wandsworth, Surrey, England
Death: May 31, 1942Epsom, Auckland, New Zealand
5 years
himself
18921917
Birth: June 28, 1892 32 332a St James Rd, West Battersea, London, England
Death: March 18, 1917Bermondsey Hosp, Lewisham, London, England
8 years
younger brother
19001955
Birth: April 23, 1900 40 41Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England
Death: November 5, 1955Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand
Note

A intelligent artistic boy, he went to Church Rd Council School, Gorleston, then Great Yarmouth Grammar School 1905-10, did well, then St Marks College, Chelsea, which he left in 1912 for a teaching position at his old school in Gorleston. WW1 came and he became a Sub-Commander in the Royal Army Ordinance Corps and saw service in Le Havre, France where he contracted throat tb. He was returned to Bermondsey Hospital where he died. He was engaged to Miss Eva Chubbick who was still tending his grave in the 50s when Bert Le Grice visited England.

Note

Leatherbound book prizes presented to SW Le Grice

"Star-land" by Robert S Ball FRS Pub Cassell. Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for Form Work Form IIIA, awarded to SW Le Grice WG Williams, MA Head Master. "David Copperfield" by Charles Dickens, Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for Divinity & English, Form IIIa, awarded to SW Le Grice, WG Williams, MA Head Master. "Nature Studies" Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for French Form IIIA awarded to SW Le Grice WG Williams, MA, Head Master. "Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World" by Sir Edward Creasy, pub.MA,MacMillan. Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for German, Form 5, awarded to SW Le Grice WG Williams, MA Head Master. "Tales from Plutarch" by FJ Rowbotham Pub T Fisher Unwin Special Prize Latin. 26 July 1911 China Inland Mission Boys' School , Chefoo awarded to Dudley Wilson, Frank McCarthy, Principal "Gibbon," by Cotter Morrison, "Carlyle" by John Nichol, ,"MacAuley" by Cotter Morrison MacMillan. Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for French, Form IV, awarded to SW Le Grice, WG Williams, MA Head Master. "The Earth's Beginning" by Robert Ball Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for Form Work, Form IV, awarded to SW Le Grice, WG Williams, MA Head Master. "Highways and Byways of East Anglia" by William Dutt Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for French, Form IV, awarded to SW Le Grice, WG Williams, MA Head Master. "Short History of the English People" by Green Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for French, Form IV, awarded to SW Le Grice, WG Williams, MA Head Master. "The Ingoldsby Legends" by Thomas Ingoldsby Great Yarmouth Grammar School, Prize for French & German, VI Form, awarded to SW Le Grice, WG Williams, MA Head Master.