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Sidney Charles Tremeer

Sidney Charles Tremeer

Date of Birth

11 May 1889


Borough Road College


Teacher at Kensington, William Street Higher Grade School

WW1 rank

Second Lieutenant

Bedfordshire Regiment, 7th Battalion

Theatre of war


Date of death

17 May 1917

Location of death

Le Treport General Hospital


Mont Huon Military Cemetery (Grave/Memorial reference: IV.A.3), Found in King’s College,London memorial list


Second Lieutenant Sidney Charles Tremeer was the son of Charles George and Eleanor Agnes Tremeer. He was a Sunday School Teacher and a former choirboy before attending Borough Road College for three years. Whilst at the college he competed in the rugby team and was the indoor games secretary 1908-09. He is listed as being destined for a school in Kensington after Borough Road College. He attended King’s College London/King’s College London Hospital 1911-12, based in the science department. On the outbreak of war he was a Corporal in the Royal Fusiliers and was later commissioned into the 7th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. Tremeer was wounded on 3 May 1917 and died two weeks later on the 17 May. ‘He was wounded at Cherisy on the 3rd May and died from his wounds two whole weeks later whilst in Le Treport general hospital on the coast.’


Entry on p.86 [Roll of Honour page],Mentioned on Framed Borough Road College Roll of Honour, BFSS/2/9/14/4, Borough Road College 1906 applications, [BRCRU005], BRCSYG44, Secondary source information provided by Douglas Craik (taken from Commonwealth War Graves Commission), 1910 Annual Report, The O.B.’s War Hum and Roll of Service (1918, 4th Ed.), King’s College, London memorial list (