Private Ephraim Pulley (1888-1933) was born at Aston Magna, Gloucestershire. In 1901 he was servant (horse keeper) at Elm Farm, Manor Road, Wickhamford, when the Ingledew family occupied it.
He joined the 4/2 Battalion London Regiment (No 6201) on 31st March 1916, probably drafted at that time, when he was a footman living in London. In the event he was discharged as unfit on 14th June 1916, due to a 'flat foot', the result of an injury 6 years previously. Another reference says it was as a result of a football injury 11 years previously.
Ephraim married Mary Brady in London in 1920. He died at Ventnor on the Isle of Wight in 1933.