Observations - N
|NASH George Herbert||The Book, page 412||
Birth registered as George Alfred Nash in Cheltenham in Q1-1895. Age 20 at death.
Resided at 25, St James Street, Cheltenham.
|NEGUS Ralph Albert||The Book, page 412||Also commemorated on the St James' Church Roll of Honour.|
|NEWBURY Edward Mortimore||The Book, page 413||Also commemorated on the Charlton Kings (St Mary's Church) War Memorial. Buried in Beersheba War Cemetery, Plot P.68.|
|NEWCOMBE Arthur Edward||The Book, page 414||Regimental number WR/295660. Also commemorated on the Charlton Kings (St Mary's Church) War Memorial.|
|NEWCOMBE Leslie Robert||The Book, page 414||Also commemorated on the Charlton Kings (St Mary's Church) War Memorial.|
|NEWCOMBE W||The Book, page 415||The commemoration on the Holy Trinity Church Roll of Honour refers to SE/32327, Pte, William Uriah Newcombe, Army Veterinary Corps, who died of illness on 26th October 1918, aged 29, and is buried in an unmarked plot in Charlton Kings Cemetery, Plot 3/99. He enlisted into the AVC on 17th October 1917 but was discharged on 3rd January 1918 and awarded a Silver War Badge, number 496514. His birth was registered in Cheltenham in Q1-1889 and he was baptised in St James' Church on 10th March 1889. At the time his parents, William and Clara Newcombe, resided in the Plough Hotel Yard, Cheltenham. At the time of his death, his father was residing at 6 Berkeley Avenue, Cheltenham. William Newcombe is also commemorated on the Holy Trinity School Roll of Honour.|
|NEWTON Fleming||The Book, page 416||Buried in Plot VII, Row L, Grave 21 in Adanac Military cemetery.|
|NIBLETT Charles||The Book, page 417||Also commemorated on the Order of Oddfellows Roll of Honour.|
|NIND Frederick Arthur||The Book, page 417||Also commemorated on the Holy Trinity School Roll of Honour.|
|NUNNEY H||add to The Book, page 420||This commemoration on the Badgeworth (Holy Trinity Church) Roll of Honour refers to 43528, Pte, Harry Victor Cripps Nunney, Labour Corps. Birth registered in Cheltenham in Q3-1895. Parents, James and Sarah, resided at Hope Villa, Upper Hatherley, Cheltenham. Brother of James Sydney Nunney, below. Research has indicated that Harry Nunney died in Gloucester in Q1, 1971.|
|NUNNEY S||add to The Book, page 420||This commemoration on the Badgeworth (Holy Trinity Church) Roll of Honour refers to 17746, Driver, James Sydney Nunney, 14th (Reserve) Battery, Royal Field Artillery, who died of illness in Portsmouth, aged 22, on 30th January 1915. Buried in Portsmouth (Eastney) Cemetery. Birth registered in Cheltenham in Q4-1892.Parents, James and Sarah, resided at Hope Villa, Upper Hatherley, Cheltenham. Brother of Harry Nunney, above.|
|NUTHALL John Constantine||The Book, page 420||Served with 14th Company Machine Gun Corps.|
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