Machon family members who served in World War 1

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Machon family members who served in the Great War


Private Charles John Machon was buried in Etaples Military Cemetery and his brother Edward David, who was killed two months later, was buried in St Omer Cemetery


Two members of the family lost their lives while serving in the armed forces and a further seven saw active service in World War 1.

The dates shown are often birth or baptism dates from our database, not necessarily those shown on service records, and parishes shown are parish of birth, where known, not the parish in which individuals were living when they joined up

Two sons of Philip Machon and Elizabeth, of Bagot, who lost their lives

  • Adolphus Charles Machon (1886- ) (Tr) son of Charles and Jane Esther, Corporal, Canada
  • Charles William Machon (1891- ) (St H) son of Joshua Charles and Eliza Whittle, Private, RAMC, wounded twice
  • Philip John Machon (1879- ) son of Philip Henry and Ann Elizabeth Brochet (St H), Driver, Royal Field Artillery
  • Whitby Harold Machon (1887- ) (St H) son of Joshua Charles and Elizabeth Whittle, ex-RMIJ. Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery

Three sons of Joshua Machon and Eliza

  • John William Machon (1896- ) (St H) Aircraftsman RAF
  • Joseph Charles Machon (1886- ) (St H) Private, Somerset Light Infantry
  • William Frederick Machon (1898- ) (St H) Rifleman, Kings Royal Rile Corps, wounded, PoW
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