Eustace Harry Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Eustace Harry Anstey of the Kennford Ansteys, who volunteered for service right at the outset of the conflict with the Royal Navy Air Services as a Mechanic (Service Number: F1975) and later served with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Service Number: MB1777).

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Arthur Peter Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Arthur Peter Anstey of the Iddesleigh Ansteys, who was a career Royal Navy man (initially signing up in 1894 as Service Number: 165526), and was still with them at the outbreak of war in 1914, serving on numerous ships during the conflict.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Arthur Harold Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Arthur Harold Anstey of the Hampton in Arden Ansteys, who volunteered with the Royal Garrison Artillery as a Gunner (Service Number: 94481). He served on the Western Front, probably in 1916 and certainly in 1917, then on 3 November 1917, whilst with the 16th Siege Battalion (40th Siege Battery) of the Royal Garrison Artillery, he was admitted to 51st Field Ambulance having been “gassed with mustard gas” a day earlier.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Frederick Anstee (b 1886) World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Frederick Anstee, known as Fred, of the Market Harborough Anstees, who was a Sapper with the Royal Engineers (Service Number: 164323) and an ‘absent voter still on active service’ in both 1918 and 1919 Electoral Registers.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography, or can elaborate on Fred’s war story, please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Samuel Sydney James Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Samuel Sydney James Anstee of the Houghton Regis Anstees, who served with the 4th London Regiment as a Private (Service Numbers: 7329 and 283684) and received a gunshot wound in the early days of the Battle of Arras in April 1917.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Samuel Anstee World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Samuel Anstee of the Swanbourne Ansteys, who signed up for service in around October 1916, joining the 1st Battalion of the Bedfordshire Regiment as a Private (Service Number: 240646) – he then embarked for the Western Front near Ypres in June or July 1917.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Samuel Frederick Anstee World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Samuel Frederick Anstee, known sometimes as Freddy, of the Christchurch, Monmouthshire Anstees, who served in the Royal Warwickshire Regiment (Service Number: 4266) in the final stages of the conflict.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Alfred Henry Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Alfred Henry Anstey of the Birmingham Ansteys, who enlisted for service just a couple of months before the end of the conflict, on 17 August 1918 in Gosport, Hampshire with the Royal Marine Light Infantry (part of the Royal Navy) as a Private (Service Number: 3314S) – serving for a few months in the Portsmouth Division (Special Home Coast Defence).

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Alfred Frederick Anstey World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Alfred Frederick Anstey of the Washfield Ansteys, who signed up for service very early in the conflict, in around February 1915, joining the Gloucestershire Regiment as a Private (Service Number: 20357) and suffered a “gunshot wound to the buttocks and neck” during the Capture of the Roche Noir Salient in Salonika on 1 September 1918.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary

Albert Henry Anstee World War One Hero

We have uploaded to the World War One Roll of Honour a biography of Albert Henry Anstee, confusingly also known sometimes as Henry, Henry Albert and Harry, of the Evenley Anstys, who signed up for active service in December 1915 and served with the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, fighting on the Western Front in the First Battle of Passchendaele.

Anybody who has information they would like to add to this biography please contact us at research@theansteystory.com.

Anybody who has researched their Anstey ancestors’ wartime heroics and wishes for their findings to be uploaded to the Anstey story project website, feel free to contact us.

Gary