Roll of Honour

Christ Church, Cheltenham

Location:   Christ Church Road,  Cheltenham Grid Reference:   SO 940224
Unveiled:    Names on this War Memorial:   54
Last Visited:   October 2005 UKNIWM Ref:  49613

Inscription on this War Memorial:   To the glory of God and in honoured memory of the men from this parish, who laid down their lives for their country in the Great War 1914 - 1919

and of the Officers and Men of the 10th Gloucester Regt who worshipped in this church whilst under training and who fell at Loos.

Alphabetical list of names on this Roll of Honour

Aldridge A W                

Bastin E C                         

Biddell W W   *               

Billings S W                     

Bowle-Evans S   *                

Burton A R   *                       

Cox J R                            

Delmar Williamson G F   *      

Du Boulay H   *                     

Edwards H M

Forsyth-Grant I

Fosberry F

Gaitskell C E   *

Gardner H M   *

Garfit T

Godley C A G

Gosling P

Goulding A J B   *

Griffith R de B   *

Grinnell F

Halahan R C

Harrison C   *

Harrison M C   *

Hawker A V   *

Hawker F   *

Hunt F

Hunter N

Keeling E J

Layng G R S

Lloyd O

Lusty C F S

Mather E   *

Mather J K   *

Mather R   *

Mitchell S G

Mitchell W J

Parry A E

Piers W B   *

Poynder R

Ralph H E   *

Reynolds D   *

Roffey H

Rogers S G   *

Silvester L J

Swiney E R R   *

Swinley G P   *

Taylor E H

Thomas H D

Thomas H J   *

Thornton L N

Trevenen S V   *

Vanrenen A   *

Webb E M

Willoughby J G

Those marked with * should be linked with the notes against their name below.

Notes:

1.   Biddell is probably is Walter Wynn Biddle.

2.   Bowle-Evans is commemorated on the family grave in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

3.   Burton is commemorated on the family grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.

4.   Delmar-Williamson is buried in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

5.   Du Boulay is commemorated on the family grave in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

6.   Gaitskell is commemorated on a plaque in the church.

7.   Gardner is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.

8.   Goulding is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.

9.   Griffith is commemorated on a plaque in the church.

10.  Harrison brothers are commemorated on the family grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.

11.  Hawker brothers are commemorated on the family grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.

12.  Mather brothers are commemorated on the family grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.

13.  Piers is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.

14.  Ralph's original battlefield grave marker is located near the entrance to Cheltenham Cemetery.

15.  Reynolds was awarded the VC in 1914 and is commemorated on the grave of his father in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

16.  Rogers is commemorated on the grave of his mother in Cheltenham Cemetery.

17.  Swiney is commemorated on a plaque in the church and also on the grave of his parents in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

18.  Swinley is commemorated on a plaque in the church.

19.  Thomas H J is most probably Hugh Gareth Thomas who is commemorated on the grave of his parents in Cheltenham Cemetery.

20.  Trevenen's original battlefield grave marker is now located in St Stephen's Church and he is also commemorated in that church on a stained glass window.

21.  Vanrenen is commemorated on the grave of his father in Cheltenham Cemetery.

22. All are commemorated in the Roll of Honour pages.

 

Page last updated: 27th July 2013

 

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