Miss White is listed in the National Roll of the Great War as a Special War Worker in Kent's Munitions Factory.
This lady was engaged at Messrs Kent's Munitions Factory, Luton on the inspection of fuses for naval shells and later in making and drilling the same at the Vauxhall Works, Luton. Her duties which were of a highly responsible nature, were carried out with great care and efficiency and she rendered valuable services during the war.
Miss Warren is listed in the National Roll of the Great War as a Special War worker working in Kent's Munitions Factory.
This lady volunteered her services for work of National Importance and from October 1915 until March 1919 was employed at Messrs Kent's Munition factory, Luton and rendered valuable services throughout.
May Constable was born in Fenny Stratford in 1896 and during WWI was one of the many female workers, known as munitionettes, who worked in George Kent's fuse-filling factory at Chaul End. She died on 7 March 1918 from burns caused by an explosion at the factory. She is named on the George Kent Roll of Honour along with 3 other women and 6 men as "lives lost through explosions in the manufacture of armaments".