War Memorial

Leckhampton, near Cheltenham, Glos

Location:   Church Rd/Hall Rd, Leckhampton Grid Reference:   SO 946198
Unveiled:   7th April 1920 Names on this War Memorial:   35
Last Visited:   31st July 2012 IWM War Memorial Ref:   20840
Inscriptions on this War Memorial:   In the Great War 1914 - 1918.   To the Imperishable Memory of their Gallant Dead the people of Leckhampton dedicate this.   Away with fear of death, dwell on the undyingness beyond.

List of names on this War Memorial

Aldrich A

Angus R E

Ballinger P L

Barrett W V

Bendall L G

Burford H

Caudle W H   *

Cherrington V F

Cheshire J R   *

Delmar-Williamson G F   *

Enoch A W G

Farrar H A   *

Fordham A F

Gloster G C E   *

Hall F W   *

Hunt A F W

Hunt G C   *

Lacey H C

Larner E A

Lefeaux J F

Moorman A

Moulder W E

Murphy F C   *

Pritchett A O

Quill M D   *

Reilly F W   *

Richings T C

Siddall A G

Staines J M

Summers A R

Summers H G

Thompson E J   *

Thompson S B   *

Ward C A J

Winstone C G

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.

Notes:

1.   Caudle is buried in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

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

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

4.   Farrar is commemorated on the family grave in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

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

6.   Hall is buried in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

7.   Hunt is buried in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

8.   Murphy is commemorated on the family grave in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

9.   Quill is buried in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

10.  Reilly is buried in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

11.  Thompson brothers are commemorated on the family grave in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard.

12.  Winstone is commemorated on his father's grave in Swindon Village (St Lawrence) Churchyard.

13.  War Graves in Leckhampton (St Peter's) Churchyard can be viewed here.

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

15.  All, less Hunt GC, Pritchett, Richings and Thompson SB, are commemorated on the Leckhampton (St Peter's Church) Roll of Honour.

16.  The unveiling of the War Memorial was reported in the "Gloucestershire Echo" published on 7th April 1920.

 

Page last updated: 14th March 2016

 

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