LEAVING CHELTENHAM ..............and all that was dear
All Saints Church War Memorial
All Saints Road, Cheltenham
Location: All Saints Road, Cheltenham
Grid Reference: SO 956227
Unveiled: 10th June 1920
Names listed on this War Memorial: 103
Date Last Visited: 31st July 2012
Imperial War Museum WM Reference: 20663
Inscription on the Calvary: To The Glory Of God And In Loving Memory Of Those Connected With This Parish Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice For Their Country In The Great War 1914 - 1919. Grant Them O Lord Eternal Rest And Let Light Perpetual Shine Upon Them
Parchment Roll of Honour Within the Church
Inscription on the parchment Roll of Honour in the Church: In Memory of those connected with All Saints who died for their Country in the Great War 1914 - 1918.
Unfortunately, many of the names inscribed upon the stone Calvary in the church grounds are illegible due to weathering. However, there is a parchment roll of honour in the church which lists those names inscribed on the monument.
Alphabetical list of names on the parchment Roll of Honour in the Church
Alington W *
Baker J *
Barratt H C
Barratt J R
Bayley A *
Brandt F *
Cheshire W *
Chess E *
Church E *
Corbyn H *
Dartnall H *
Diston W *
Du Boulay A *
Du Boulay H *
Flint G J
Gilliat G *
Goodeve L *
Green F R
Hattersley-Smith H *
Hawker A *
Hills H *
Holmes L *
Hudson F H
Lane A *
Maby B *
Martin W S
Mitchem H *
Pearce E *
Preston A *
Roberts S *
Shaw A *
Smith A *
Taronie F *
Vick E *
Whateley S W
Wheeler T G *
Whittingham A *
Whittingham F *
Wilks C *
Full details of those named on the War Memorial can be viewed here.
Those marked with * should be linked with the notes against their name below.
1. Alington is probably Gervase Winford Stovin Alington.
2. Baker is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
3. Bayley is commemorated on the grave of his father in Cheltenham Cemetery.
4. Brandt is commemorated on a bronze plaque in St Matthew's Church, Cheltenham.
5. Cheshire is probably George Woodford Cheshire and he is commemorated on the family plot in Cheltenham Cemetery.
6. Chess is commemorated on the grave of his parents in Charlton Kings (St Mary's) Churchyard.
7. Church is William Edward Church.
8. Corbyn is probably Vernon Hector Corbyn.
9. Dartnall H is commemorated on the grave of his wife in Cheltenham Cemetery.
10. Diston is probably William Diston who is commemorated on the Alderton War Memorial and the Beckford (St John The Baptist Church) War Memorial.
11. Du Boulay brothers are commemorated on the grave of their father in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.
12. Gilliat is probably Cecil Glendower Percival Gilliat.
13. Goodeve's original battlefield grave marker is located near the entrance to Cheltenham Cemetery.
14. Hattersley-Smith H is probably James Henry Hattersley-Smith.
15. Hawker is commemorated on the grave of his parents in Cheltenham Cemetery.
16. Hills is probably Harry Hill.
17. Holmes L is probably Francis Lennox Holmes.
18. Lane A is probably Henry Arthur Lane.
19. Maby is probably Lionel Bruce Maby and he is commemorated on the family grave in Prestbury (St Mary's) Churchyard.
20. Mitcham is probably Harry Mitchem.
21. Pearce E is probably Walter Ernest Pearce.
22. Preston is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
23. Roberts is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
24. Shaw A is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery, but not in an official war grave.
24a. Shaw A could also refer to SSgt A M Shaw, RE, killed in action in France on 6th May 1917.
25. Smith is probably Albert Edgar Smith.
26. Vick is commemorated on the grave of his father in Cheltenham Cemetery.
27. Wheeler is commemorated on the grave of his father in Cheltenham Cemetery.
28. Whittingham brothers are commemorated on the Winchcombe War Memorial.
29. Wilks is commemorated on his wife's grave in Teddington (St Nicholas) Churchyard.
30. All are commemorated in the Roll of Honour pages.
31. The unveiling of this War Memorial was reported in the "Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic" on 19th June 1920.
32. The War Memorial was listed as a Grade 1 Monument by English Heritage in 2002.
Page last updated: 12th July 2016
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