Kensington, Greater London
St Mary Abbots
Sunday, 3 December 2017 (31–0–4 in C♯)
1280 London No.3 Surprise Royal
1 Arthur Crumlish
2 Penelope Sharpe
3 Ruth Corney
4 Geraldine Forster
5 Roger Forster
6 Sam Cave (C)
7 Peter Blight
8 David Holdridge
9 Ian Mills
10 Philip Goodyer
For Evensong.
In memory of Private James Henry Payne, Kensington, College Youths (joined in 1915). Died 04/12/1917 age 31. North Staffordshire Regiment 2nd/5th Bn. Service No.202642. Commemorated at Etaples Military Cemetery, France, Grave XXXI A 17. Born 1st quarter 1886 and baptised 27/01/1886 at St Barnabas Pimlico. One of two children; both surviving at the 1911 census. Son of Anna Payne (née Chapman) and the late Jabez Payne (died 1916). Husband of Winifred Kate Payne (née Blackmore), whom he married in 1912, of 85 Finborough Road, South Kensington, London. Father of Doris Ann Payne (born 29/05/1914) and William James Payne (Born 01/10/1916). At the time of the 1911 census, he was working as a furniture porter. It is understood that while on military service he was stationed for some time in Dublin and rang at St Patrick’s Cathedral while there. Born: Westminster. Enlisted: Kensington. Resided (1911 Census): 172 Wellington Buildings, Pimlico.