They went through World War 2 and all returned home safe and well.
Private Fred Gray
15th Feb 1911 – June 1980
Defence of Orkney Isles
1921 The Bungalow Briston Road Saxthorpe.
In 1939 Fred was married to Agnes Vivian Gray nee Youngs, born 26/12/13 and living at 5 the street Booton nr Reepham Norfolk.
He was working as a General labourer, and Agnes was an unpaid domestic looking after their three children.
John Noel. 30/11/1935 - 23/09/2013
Gladys Vivian, always known as Jane. 30/04/1934 to 8/11/2015.
1942/42 Gunner Royal Artillery
Later living at 11 West End Briston.
Working for North Norfolk District Council as a Road gang Foreman
Sapper John Gray
Royal Engineers served in North Africa, France and Germany.
Sgt Levi Gray
2nd Battalion Royal Norfolk Regiment
Served Possibly in France 1940
1942 to 1945 India and Burma
Sapper Kenny Gray
Left school in 1939. aged 14
Employed as scraper driver,
1939 to 44, building airfields
Dec 1944 to 1948 Royal Engineers
More details here for Kenny Gray
Not all were so lucky
United Kingdom men in World War 2 5,896.000