LEAVING CHELTENHAM ..............and all that was dear

 

 

Guards Division Memorial

 

Location: Horse Guards Parade, St James Park, London

Grid Reference:  TO 290520

Visited:  September 2004

Unveiled:   16th October 1926

IWM War Memorial Ref:   11359

 

  Copyright:  David J James, 2004

Inscriptions on this War Memorial:  To The Glory Of God And In Memory Of The Officers, Warrant Officers, Non Commissioned Officers and Guardsmen Of His Majesty's Foot Guards Who Gave Their Lives For The King And Country During The Great War 1914 - 1918 And Of The Officers, Warrant Officers, Non Commissioned Officers And Men Of The Household Cavalry, Royal Regiment Of Artillery, Corps Of Royal Engineers, Royal Army Service Corps, Royal Army Medical Corps And Other Units Who While Serving With The Guards Division In France And Belgium 1915 - 1918 Fell With Them In The Fight For The World Freedom

"Cheltonians" who fell whilst serving with the Guards Division

Aston J

Brown F W

Carey G W

Carter V A B

Creed A C

Davis S

Eden E G

Gladwin R H F

Gregory J

Hamblin R

Handley G F B

Hann F A

Hunt W A C

Jones F

Kilbey W T

Locke H

Locke H T

Maby L B

Mustoe F V

Nash F T

Newman H J

Parker F L

Pearce C M

Pearce N A

Phillips A

Robbins R I

Sansom F J

Singer F C

Summers A R

Sumner P G

Tanner E E

Thompson E J

Tombs R

Tovey J W

Turner G

Weavin W H

Wheeler H J

Workman R

Notes:

1.   Full details of these men can be viewed as indicated:

 

 

 

 

 

Page last updated:   19th September 2018

 

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