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WAR MEMORIALS. Glos, Staffs, Cheshire, Derby & other counties

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I will be uploading names off War Memorial and Roll of Honour for the above counties. Feel free to correct or add any new information.

NEW UPLOADS

THIS THREAD IS OPEN TO ANY PERSON WHO WOULD LIKE TO INCLUDE ANY WAR MEMORIALS FROM ANY LOCATION



My WW2 Memorials [Not split from joint WW1 & 2 memorial]
http://www.ww2talk.c...ot-graves].html

The link below is to my War Memorials which will be in Counties. Some of the data for these memorials has been uploaded and over time the remainder will follow.

28th/61st http://www.militaryimages.net

This link list all the names that are on the new war memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas http://www.veterans-uk.info/afm2/
 

I am now unable to add a link to my new upload since this site was updated.  I will post the name at NEW UPLOADS and a search will have to be made. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BLEDINGTON ACTIVE SERVICE ROLL
The Great War
Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
Commonwealth War Graves Commission

For King and Country

This Roll is situated in the parish church of Bledington, Gloucestershire England

This Roll names all who served their country and the ones that fell, some of whom are not mentioned on the War Memorial a short distance from the church in the cemetery
Only the ones that fell are mentioned

CLARKE Ernest Pte 276223, 1st Queens Own Worcestershire Hussars (Worcester yeomanry) died of wounds 8/5/1918 age 29. Husband of Ethel May of Bledington. Commemorated on the Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel. O.76

DRINKWATER Francis William (Frank) Pte 32693, 5th Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry died of sickness 9/4/1917. Son of George and Sarah of Chalbury Oxon. Buried in Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-Les-Mofflaines, France.III.D.6

GUY John Frederick Missing in action Pte 202023 1/4th Royal Berkshire Regt died 14/8/1916. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme

HOARE Ralph John Rifleman S/9493, 1st Rifle Brigade died of wounds 31/10/1916 age 20. Stepson of Harry Bussen and son of Agnes nee Hoare of Bledington. Native of Slough, Berkshire. Buried in Etaples Military Cemetery, France. XII.B.64

PHILP Claud Hastings George M.B, Captain Royal Army Medical Corps, attached to 1/7th Manchester Regt, killed in action 26/3/1918 age 32. Son of Hastings Philp of Falmouth and husband of Margaret E nee Fussell of 163 Banbury Road, Oxfordshire. Buried in Beaulencourt British Cemetery, Ligny-Thilloy, France. I.F.6

ROGERS John Killed in action. Unable to find the correct one

STEVENS Arthur Eustace M.C 2nd Lt, 1st Hampshire Regt died of wounds 16/7/1915 age 23. Son of Eustace and Mary Ann of Great Wolford, Shipston-on-Stour, Worcs. Holder of the Military Cross. Buried in Boulogne eastern Cemetery, France. II.A.34

VINER Frederick Daniel Pte 7512, 2nd Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry died 13/11/1916. Buried in Waggon Road Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel, France. E.28

WEBB Samuel James Sgt G/39394, 25th Middlesex Regt died 13/9/1918 age 42. Husband of Rose Hannah of Bledington. Commemorated on the Vladivostok Memorial, Russian Federation

WILLIAMS Herbert George Killed in action. Not listed with the CWGC

WINTER John Henry Pte 9640, 2nd Gloucestershire Regt killed in action, 10/5/1915 age 21. Son of Mrs Sarah Winter of Bledington. Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium
WINTER Percy Cpl 203966, 1st Bedfordshire Regt died of sickness 15/11/1917 age 34. youngest son of Mr & Mrs John Winter of 3 Park Street, Cirencester, Glos husband of Harriet D Winter of 48 Winstone Road, Cheltenham. Buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium. XXII.G.G.2

Compiled with additional information with kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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BROMSBERROW WAR MEMORIAL GLOUCESTERSHIRE
Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Located in the village of Bromsberrow, Gloucestershire, England

In memory of the men of this parish who fell during the Great War

The Great War

ALBRIGHT Martin Chicheley Major, 1st Queen’s own Worcestershire Hussars, Worcestershire Yeomanry, died 8/11/1917. Son of George Stacey and Isabel Margaret nee, Harrison of Bromsberrow Place, Ledbury, Herefordshire, husband of Barbara of Apperley Court, Tewkesbury, Glos. Buried in Gaza War Cemetery, Israel

ALLSOPP Gilbert, Lance Corporal 11046, 5th King's Shropshire Light Infantry died 24th August 1916. PLEASE NOTE This casualty was accepted for commemoration by the Commission. However, it will not be possible to add his name to this Memorial immediately. Please contact the Commission before planning a visit for more information. Addenda Panel, Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France Additional information 1901 census Son of James and Lettie of Chacend Hill Bromsberrow

AVERILL Thomas, Pte 235264, 1/1 Hereford Regt, died, 15/11/1918. Son of Samuel and Emma of Jones Cottage, Redmarley, Glos, Buried in Terlenctum British Cemetery, Wimille, France, XI.A.9

CHAMBERLAIN William, Pte. 20309, 2nd Worcestershire Regt, died 27/8/1917. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium

CASMOREMORE Frank Pte 41577, 9th Yorkshire Regt, died, 18/6/1917 age 38. Son of John and Mary of F ifield, Oxford, husband of Rosa Florence, nee Hughes of Hardwick Terrace, Colwell, Malvern. Buried in Medinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium II.D.52

COWMEADOW Alfred James Pte 59098, Devonshire Regt transferred to as Pte 104844, 175th Coy, Labour Corps, Son of james and Frances nee White of Oaklands Cottage, Bridstow, Herefordshire. Commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, France.

JONES John Ernest, Able Seaman R/3896 Nelson Bn, R.N.Division, Royal Navy, died 25/12/1917 age 34. Husband of Laura Maud Jones of Peckham Cottage, Poolbrook, Malvern. Native of Bromsberrow. Buried at Villers-Plouich Communal Cemetery, France

MINCHIN Edward Pte 2497, 1/1 Herefordshire Regt, died 19/8/1915 age 20. Son of Robert and Hannah Fanny nee Morris of Letter House, Bromsberrow. Buried in Azmak Cemetery, Sulva, Turkey

MORRIS Ewart Andrew, Private M2/033092m 4th Ammunition Col, Army Service Corps, died 24th February 1915. Son of Thomas and Mary of Baven Hill House, Bromsberrow This memorial has A E

RICHARDSON Walter Henry Pte 18078, 13th Gloucestershire Regt, killed in action on Friday 22/3/1918 age 38. Son of Charles and Alice nee Stephens of Bromsberrow Heath, Bromsberrow. Buried in Peronne Communal Cemetery Extension, France. IV.H.12

TANDY George Pte 28083, 24th Pembroke and Glamorgan Yeomanry died 21/8/1918, nephew of Henry Tandy of The Croft, Bromsberrow. Commemorated on the Vis-En-Artois Memorial, France

WATKINS Rueben Henry L/Cpl 11305, 1st Kings Royal Rifle Corps, died, 27/10/1914, age 18. Son of William and Mary of Bromsberrow Lodge, Ledbury, Herefordshire. Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium

World War 2

DEARING W H Aircraftman (CWGC not listed)

RUSSELL John Barrington Lt, 2nd Rifle Brigade. Only son of Reginald and Dorothy Russell of Bromsberrow Grove House. Born 5 October 1922 and killed in action 28 April 1943. Buried in the Military cemetery, Massicault, Tunisia [ Information taken from the plaque which is inside the parish church]

HAINES Harry Pte 4916152, 5th Wiltshire Regt, died 6/8/1944 age 23. Son of Mrs J haines, husband of J D Haines, of Bromsberrow Heath, Bromsberrow, Commemorated on the Bayeux Memorial, France

TAYLOR Thomas Arthur Pte 4104566, 10th Highland Light Infantry, City of Glasgow Regt, died 9/2/1945 age 28. Son of Elthel husband of Vera Joyce of Bromsberrow. Buried in Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany. 58.H.11

Compiled with additional information with kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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FALFIELD WAR MEMORIAL GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Located near the parish church east side beside the A38

Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
In the memory of those brave men of Falfield who in the
Great Wars of 1914-1918 and 1939 – 1945 fell in their country cause

1914-1918

COLE Charles William, Lance Corporal 14581, 2nd Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action 26th September 1915 aged 36. Son of Alfred and Emma of Turnpike Road, Falfield. 1901 Census have him as a soldier in Chelsea Barracks. Commemorated on the Loos Memorial

DOVE John Canning Lance Corporal, 70386 D Coy 4th Bn 3rd New Zealand Rifle Brigade died 26/10/1918 age 20. Son of John Clement & Blanche Mary. Born at Rockhampton Queensland. Buried in Vertigneul Churchyard Romeries France. (CWGC only this one listed. I note he was born at Rockhampton,Australia . I wonder if there has been a mistake as there is also a Rockhampton not to far from Falfield)

FISHER James (This may be the James Fisher.) Pte 136903, 8th Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) died 27/5/1918 age 19. Son of Mark of Glenroy Cottage, Fairford, Gloucestershire. (No mother mentioned) Commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, France. Additional information Born 1899 birth registered in Thornbury. Son of Mark, Farm Labourer and Annie, who died in 1900 age 41. in Thornbury
1901 census. James was being looked after by his aunt and uncle Mark & Elizabeth Webb in Shirehampton his father, widowed, was residing in Oldbury Lane, Oldbury on Severn, Glos.

HOLPIN Hubert George, Pte 16489 12th Gloucestershire Regt died 17/7/1917 age 23. Son of Charles & Sarah, Brinkmarsh Farm, Falfield. Buried in Roclincourt Military Cemetery France I.D.6

JENKINSON John Banks, Capt Brigade Major, 3rd Inf Bde Rifle Brigade died 14/9/1914 age 33. Son of Sir George Banks Jenkinson 12 Bart, husband of Joan, now Mrs Langhorne, Bears House Wentworth Virgin Water Surrey. Buried in Vendresse British Cemetery France I.C.17

LEWIS Sidney Joseph Pte 202936 2/4th Royal Berkshire Regt died 13/5/1918 age 29. Son of William Thomas & Lottie of Falfield, husband of Lizzie, Grovesend Thornbury Glos. Buried in Aire Communal Cemetery France. II.J.28

MOWER Arthur Edward, Sapper WR/286019 272nd Railway Construction Coy Royal Engineers died 2/3/1919. Buried in Haifa War Cemetery Israel A.58

MILLARD John Kingscott Pte 7941 5th Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry died 25/9/1915 age 28. Son of Thomas & Harriet Ann of Hystfield nr Berkeley Glos. Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial Ypres Belgium

NICHOLLS Victor George Pte. CWGC no listed. Listed on the Medal Roll as Victor G Sapper 74131 Royal Engineers Additional information. Born 1911, son of James and Ellen Eugenie, nee Beckingham

ORGAN William Ewart Pte 266672 2/6th Gloucestershire Regt died 2/12/1917 age 21. Son of Henry William & Eliza Annie of Falfield. Commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial Louverval France (CWGC listed as W E D A Organ)

SELMAN Herbert Q.M.S Not listed on CWGC or Medal roll sites

STRANGE John (Jack) Pte 240856 1/5th Welsh Regt died 28/3/1917 age 30. Son of John & Lucy of Falfield, husband of P E (Nellie), Military Hospital Crowborough Camp Crowborough Sussex. Buried in Deir El Belah War Cemetery Israel A 7

WATKINS Leslie Pte 24347 2Bn Royal Dublin Fusiliers died 14/6/1918 age 28. Son of Emanuel & Alma, Horse Shoe Farm, Falfield. Buried in Lumbres Communal Cemetery France

1939 – 1945

ANSTEY Cuthbert Pte 14808349 1st Bn The Herefordshire Regt, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry died 1/4/1945 age 19. Son of Herbert George & Edith of Falfield. Buried in Reichswald Forest War Cemetery Germany 61.F.8

BUTCHER Grenville Kitchener Cpl 7691852 Military Police died 8/9/1944. Buried in Florence War Cemetery Italy VIII.J.4

KEW Herbert Stanley Sgt 421018 50th Royal Tank Regt Royal Armoured Corps died 30/10/1942 age 26. Son of Henry Fred & Mabel of Falfield. Buried in El Alamein War Cemetery Egypt III.E.4

MURRAY Stanley Digby Flt/Officer 130784 62nd Sqdn Royal Air Force died 17/4/1943 age 23. Son of Archibald Digby & Rosamund of Whitfield Glos. Buried in Maynamati War Cemetery Bangladesh ( Archibald Digby Murray was a Major in the Royal Field Artillery and was also Acting Lt Col at H.Q. Royal Artillery)

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Hi memorialhunter.

Welcome to the Forum.

Nice peice of research. Hope you find your time on here most worthwhile.

Kindest regards,

Chris.

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Memorialhunter,

For me a timely debut! I am just in the process of helping a friend research his grandfather, who was KIA in 1917.

Gunner Thomas Stanley, Royal Field Artillery.

He came from Fenton, Staffs.

I wonder whether you know if he appears on a local memorial? Maybe for Stoke?

Thanks

Ian

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Memorialhunter,

Lieutenant J.F.P. Butler VC

Lieutenant John (Jack) Butler was born on 20 December 1888 at Berkeley in Gloucestershire. He attended Wellinton College and RMC Sandhurst before being commissioned into the King's Royal Rifle Corps on 13 February 1907. He initially served in India until being seconded to the Gold Coast Regiment in 1913. His uncle, Lieutenant (later Major) Lord Gifford of the 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment, was awarded a VC for gallantry during the Ashanti Campaign in 1873-4.

You have the citation.

In March 1915 Butler was promoted to Captain and on 5 June 1916 was awarded a DSO for his further service with the Gold Coast Regiment in West Africa. In July 1916 he accompanied the Regiment to East Africa where the allies were seeking to drive the Germans out of German East Africa (now Tanzania). On 4 September his company was advancing along a road to the east of Matombo Mission Station when it came under heavy German machine-gun fire. In seeking to dislodge the enemy, Butler was mortally wounded, dying on the following day, 5 September 1916, aged 27. Apart from the VC and the DSO, he was mentioned in desptaches three times while serving with the Gold Coast Regiment.

Andy

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From Falfield.

JENKINSON, John Banks.

Born 9 June 1891; educated Harrow. 2nd Lt. 10-3-00; Lieut 18-3-01. Mounted Infantry (4th RB) South Africa 1910-02; Adjutant Mounted Infantry Egypt 1905-08. Student at Staff College. Staff Captain War Office; Brigade-Major 3rd Infantry Brigade 1913, France 1914; (despatches). Killed in action 14-9-14.

Source: A Rifle Brigade Who' Who 1905-1963.

JENKINSON, John Banks.

2nd Lieutenant 10th March 1900, Lieutenant 18th March 1901

Queens South Africa Medal with Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal clasps

Kings South Africa Medal with 1901 & 1902 clasps.

Sopurce: "The Rifle Brigade Century"

Hope these help you a little.

Andy

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Lieutenant J.F.P. Butler VC

Lieutenant John (Jack) Butler was born on 20 December 1888 at Berkeley in Gloucestershire. He attended Wellinton College and RMC Sandhurst before being commissioned into the King's Royal Rifle Corps on 13 February 1907. He initially served in India until being seconded to the Gold Coast Regiment in 1913. His uncle, Lieutenant (later Major) Lord Gifford of the 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment, was awarded a VC for gallantry during the Ashanti Campaign in 1873-4.

You have the citation.

In March 1915 Butler was promoted to Captain and on 5 June 1916 was awarded a DSO for his further service with the Gold Coast Regiment in West Africa. In July 1916 he accompanied the Regiment to East Africa where the allies were seeking to drive the Germans out of German East Africa (now Tanzania). On 4 September his company was advancing along a road to the east of Matombo Mission Station when it came under heavy German machine-gun fire. In seeking to dislodge the enemy, Butler was mortally wounded, dying on the following day, 5 September 1916, aged 27. Apart from the VC and the DSO, he was mentioned in desptaches three times while serving with the Gold Coast Regiment.

Andy

Hi Andy

Many thanks for the information

Alf

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Alf,

Glad it was of use, his DSO appeared in the London Gazette 26-6-16.

Andy

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Hi Ian

No he is not on the Fenton War Memorial, but on the Longton Cenotaph

Thomas Stanley

Gnr 185727 ‘B’ Bty 71st Bde Royal Field Artillery died 11/8/1917 age 31. Son of John 31 Hollings St Fenton husband of Maggie (nee Rowley) 39 Kildare St Longton. Commemorated at Menin Gate Memorial

Regards

Alf

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Alf,

A bit more on Jenkinson for you.

Captain John Banks JENKINSON

(Staff)

John Banks Jenkinson was the eldest son of Sir George Banks Jenkinson, Bart., of Eastwood Park, Falfield, Gloucestershire and was a grandson of Sir George Samuel Jenkinson, Baronet, who served in the Rifle Brigade from 1834 to 1840 and who died in 1892.

He was born 9th June 1881 and was educated at Harrow and was gazetted to the Regiment on 10th March 1900 and became Lieutenant on 18th March 1901. He served in the South African War with the Mounted Infantry of the 4th Battalion and took part in the Operations in the Transvaal, April to December 1901 and in the Orange River Colony, January to 31st May 1902. He received the Queen's Medal and five clasps. Between 11th June 1905 and 5th May 1908, he served as Adjutant of the Mounted Infantry Regiment in Egypt.

He subsequently graduated at the Staff College abd for some time was employed as a Staff Captain at the War Office.

On 2nd April 1913, he was appointed Brigade Major to the 3rd Infantry Brigade at Bordon, and upon the war breaking out went out on the Staff. He was killed on 14th September 1914. For his good services he was mentioned in Sir John French's despatches of 8th October 1914.

Source:- Rifle Brigade Chronicle 1914.

Andy

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BEVERSTONE WAR MEMORIAL GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Compiled with additional information by kind permission of the
Commonwealth War Graves Commission


The memorial is a wooden tablet in the porch to the parish church of St Mary
Laid down their lives

The Great War

BIGNELL Frederick Sergeant 1776, Gloucestershire Regt, died 25/10/1916. Buried in Regina Trench Cemetery, Grandcourt, Somme. VII.M.29

COOK William George, Private 13724, 8th Gloucestershire Regt, 18/11/1916 age 21. Son of Young & Mary Ann of Doughton, Tetbury, Glos. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme

PEARCE Wilfred Private 15256, 8th Gloucestershire Regiment killed in action at the battle of the Somme, 3rd July 1916. [1901 census] Son of Edward and Susan, of the General Stores, Beverstone. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France

PEGLER Private 13773, 1/5th Gloucestershire Regt, died 6/10/1918, age 25. Son of Mr & Mrs Pegler of Beverstone. Buried in Beaurevoir Communal Cemetery British Extension, France. B.18 Holder of the Military Medal

PULLIN George Private 11401, 1st Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France 8th October 1915 aged 25. Son of Elias and Mary of Beverstone. Native of Nettleton, Wiltshire. Commemorated on the Loos Memorial, France

WARNER Ernest Edward Sergeant 2222, 1st/1st Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Yeomanry died 27th June 1916 aged 39. Son of William and late Hannah of Bath Road, Tetbury, Gloucestershire. Buried at Port Said War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt. [One of his brother’s Samuel Blackwell, Pte 235466, same unit, survived to war]

JEFFERIES Arthur Charles, Private 29406 7th Yorkshire Regt died 4/9/1918 age 29. husband of Margaret Ann of 1 Kings Croft, Rumney Cardiff, Son of George & Lily of Siddington, Glos Buried in Lebucquiere Communal Cemetery Extension, France. II.H.2
Additional information from Aneurin; Joined RAMC in 1914. Employed on the GWR as a platelayer. (SWDN 27/09/18).
According to my notes, taken some years ago, Soldiers Died in the Great War gives his place of birth and residence as Rumney, and place of enlistment as Aldershot. Also, formerly 51490 RAMC.
He is also commemorated on the Rumney War Memorial, Cardiff

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MEMORIAL HUNTER

A great work.Thanks for sharing it with us.I am reseearching the BRISTOL ROLL of HONOUR.Many of the lads will also be on your ROLS of HONOUR.I.if I may,will take copies of your work and put it beside mine.If I can help you atall,then please let me know.My BRISTOL work,at the moment,consists of a data base with 3300 names on it.I am up to Pritchard.I think there will be some 4 to 5 thousand soldiers on the list at completion.

Are you a local boy?Perhaps we could meet for a natter.

cheers for now.

JOHN FLOOK.

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Hi John

Feel free to have what you want.

I have the complete list of names and locations where soldiers are buried in Gloucestershire which includes the Bristol Region for example Arnos Vale

I was born and bred in Berkeley, Glos now live up in Staffordshire, yes, when I get down I'll look you up.

I am not sure how to P.M. you to give my e-mail, but if you do a search for Alf Beard you will get my addy that way

PS

If you want to add your memorials feel free and if I can help let me know

Alf

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Alf,

Thanks for your reply - much appreciated.

Ian

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BEVERSTONE – WAR MEMORIAL

JEFFERIES Arthur Charles Pte 29406 7th Yorkshire Regt died 4/9/1918 age 29. husband of Margaret Ann of 1 Kings Croft, Rumney Cardiff, Son of George & Lily of Siddington, Glos Buried in Lebucquiere Communal Cemetery Extension, France. II.H.2

Alf

More information on the above:

7th Bn East Yorkshire Regt (CWGC).

Husband of MA Jefferies (nee Annie Shellard), 1 King's Croft, Rumney (South Wales Daily News 23/09/18).

Photo. Joined RAMC in 1914. Employed on the GWR as a platelayer. (SWDN 27/09/18).

Commemorated on Rumney War Memorial, Cardiff.

According to my notes, taken some years ago, Soldiers Died in the Great War gives his place of birth and residence as Rumney, and place of enlistment as Aldershot. Also, formerly 51490 RAMC.

Regards

Aneurin

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I will be uploading names and photographs of memorials and roll of honour for the above counties. Feel free to correct or add any new information.

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Good evening,

I have details of the Memorial for Guiting Power along with photographs etc. Do you just want the names on the Memorial or their details such as Regt,. when KIA etc.

Bernie

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Hi Bernie

If you have where they were killed etc it would be appreciated if not that is nor problem, I will do them, and if you do not mind may I add them to my index, saves me doing them myself. A photo would be appreciated.

Alf

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Hi Alf,

PM me and I will try to e-mail them to you. I must stress that I am not too good on this sort of thing - too many thumbs etc.

Bernie

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CHARLTON ABBOTTS - WAR MEMORIAL
GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Located within the parish church, St Martin Charlton Abbotts Gloucestershire, England

To the glorious memory of those men connected with this parish who gave their
lives for their country in the Great War

SIMPSON James Pte 14941 Grenadier Guards, died 27/10/1914. Son of William and Mary A nee Humphries of Lanes nr Holl Cottages, Charlton Abbotts. Commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Belgium

MEIKLE Alan John Brian 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Air Force, accidentally killed 5 August 1918 age 18. Son of James Cowbrough and Elizabeth nee Brain of Cotehay Farm, Charlton Abbotts. Buried in the St Martin churchyard, Charlton Abbotts

NORRIS Ernest Gordon Pte 203049, 5th Highland Light Infantry died 17/4/1917 age 25. Son of Thomas and Mary Ann nee Powell of Brockhampton, Glos. Buried in Deir Belah War Cemetery, Israel


Compiled with additional information with kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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Alf,

Do you want the names etc. on the Icomb Memorial?

Bernie

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BARNSLEY , GLOS – WAR MEMORIAL

GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Located at the entrance to parish church St Mary the Virgin

Barnsley, Gloucestershire, England

The Great War

COLLINS Reuben Pte 266894, 1/6th Gloucestershire Regt killed in action on Friday 17/8/1917 in Belgium. Buried in Duhallow Advance Dressing Station (A.D.S) Cemetery, Belgium

POOLE James Charles Pte 17423 1st Grenadier Guards died 10/10/1917 age 24. Son of George and Martha of Barnsley. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium

SMITH Arthur Cpl 2108 Gloucestershire Regt died on Tuesday 24/9/1918. Son of William and Caroline of Barnsley. Buried in Etretat Churchyard extension, France II.G.6 Holder of the M.M & Bar

TEMPLE Ernest Charles Pte 19536, 3rd Grenadier Guards died between 14th & 17th/9/1916. Son of Charles and Elizabeth of Poulton Street, Poulton, Glos. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme

WEAVER Reginald Thomas Pte 19602, A Sqdn, 18th Queen Mary Own Hussars died 25/5/1918 age 21. Son of Leonard & Frances of Barnsley. Buried in St Albans Cemetery, Hertfordshire Mil.G.4

WEAVER Walter Thomas Pte 19329, 2/4th Gloucestershire Regt died on Monday 3/12/1917 age 34 Son of Thomas & Diana of Coln St Aldwyns, husband of Mary G. Commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial, Louveral, France

Compiled with additional information with kind permission of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

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[/center]CUTSDEAN formely in Worcestershire but now in Gloucestershire.


THE GREAT WAR
1914-1918
IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
FREDERICK JAMES
BENNETT
Killed in France 5th Oct. 1918
and
LAMBERT TURNER
Killed in France 26th Oct. 1918

{Frederick James Bennet? there is a Frederick Thomas Bennett. Sgt. 16014 Wiltshire Regt. KIA 5TH oCTOBER 1918
mentioned in Despatches. Son of Thomas & Emily Bennett, of Broadwell.
Ephy Wood Farm Cemetery III I 9 ]

[Lambert Turner, 41726 Private Royal Berks Regt. 2nd/4th Btn. Son of James & Hannah Turner, of Cutsdean.
Villers-pol, communal cemetery extension. L 6

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