Roll of Honour

Holy Trinity School, Cheltenham 

Location:   Currently not known Grid Reference:  School is at SO 955226
Unveiled:   14th November 1919 Names listed on this War Memorial:   44
Last Visited: UKNIWM Ref:   In due course

There is reference to this Roll of Honour, with a photo as reproduced below, in the Cheltenham Chronicle and Graphic newspaper published in November 1919.   A communication from the Gloucestershire Records Office dated 30th May 2003 indicated that they have no knowledge of its current location.

Inscriptions on this War Memorial:   Obeying their country's call these Old Boys gave their lives for the cause of Truth of Justice and of Freedom in the Great War 1914 - 1919

Alphabetical list of names on this Roll of Honour

Bowstead E   *

Brooker A

Brooker G

Brookes C E J   *

Burnell J C

Charlottes S C

Cossens W

Cratchley W

Creech A E

Creech R A J

Crisp T

Digby H   *

Dyer S

Emerson A L

Evans W J

Febery W

Field H G K

Fisher G   *

Gage F W

Godsell F

Harper H   *

Hiles W H

Hiles W J

Hiron A T   *

Hopton C J   *

Jelfs A E

Jones F

Langston W *

Mallet C   *

Morris G

Matthews G

Newcombe W

Nind F

Page J

Painter F

Parslow J

Phillips J

Purveur W J

Skinner E C

Skinner E V

Taroni F

Taroni A

Wheeler T G

Widdows H

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 in the panel below.


1.   Bowstead is probably James Ernest Bowstead and he is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.

2.   Brookes is buried in an unmarked grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.

3.   Digby J is most probably John Henry Digby.

4.   Fisher is buried in Kensall Green (All Souls) Cemetery, London.

5.   Hopton C J is most probably William Aisles Charles Job Hopton.

6.   Harper is commemorated on the grave of his parents in Cheltenham Cemetery.

7.   Hiron is commemorated on the grave of his parents in Cheltenham Cemetery, and his original battlefield grave marker is located near the entrance to Cheltenham Cemetery.

8.   Langston W is most probably Leonard William Langston, who is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.

9.   Mallet C J is most probably Charles John Mallett.

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


Page last updated: 1st April 2012

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