World War I
Victor Plume

Cherry Tree Cottage, on the right as you leave the village on the B1007 towards Chelmsford
Victor Plume was a corporal in the 10th Btn Essex Regiment, who enlisted in Chelmsford, September 1914 and died in action 31st October 1918, at the age of 21, just 12 days before the Armistice was signed. He took part in the final advance on Picardy as part of the 50th Division. He is buried in Honnechy British Cemetery, Honnechy is a village in the Department of the Nord, 8 kilometres south-west of Le Cateau. Honnechy British Cemetery is north-east of the village, on the north-west side of the road to Reumont.
In 1901, he was three and lived at Cherrytree Cottage with his father Arthur, mother Elizabeth and sister Christina aged six.
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