Roll of Honour
Cheltenham Parish Church Boys School
|Location: St Mary's Church, Cheltenham||Location: SO 947226|
|Unveiled: 19th May 1921||Names listed on this War Memorial: 98|
|Last Visited: April 2003||UKNIWM Ref: 32311|
Alphabetical list of names on this Roll of Honour
Beard C E
Beard G A
Brooks W H
Byard A J
Byard F S
Carter W E F
Clapham J *
Clapham S *
Clarke B G *
Clements C F *
Cousins F T
Cox J C
Crowther C W *
Davis A E
Fennell J H G
Fisher W E
Fitts S *
Gainer G J
Gapper C *
Gapper E G
Gibbins E H
Hale C E
Haslum S H
Hawkins P *
Jelfs J W
Meredith C J *
Miles W H
Mustoe F V
Oakley W J
Page A E
Page W G
Pigott G *
Rawlings E L *
Regan W *
Russell A C *
Smith H G
Stroud S C *
Turbyfield H A
Ward F A
Wheeler F H
Williams A *
Williams F *
Williams H *
Wixey W J *
Wright S R
Young W A
|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.|
1. Clapham J is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
2. Clapham S is probably Sidney Thomas Clappen.
3. Clarke is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
4. Clements is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
5. Crowther is buried in Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery, Barry, South Wales.
6. Fitts is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
7. Gapper C is probably James Christopher Lipscomb Gapper.
9. Meredith is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
10. Pigott G is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
11. Rawlings is commemorated on the grave of his parents in Cheltenham Cemetery.
12. Regan's original battlefield grave marker is located in Cheltenham Cemetery.
13. Russell is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
14. Stroud is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
15. Wixey actually died of illness in Cheltenham on 2nd October 1947 and is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
16. Commemorative plaques in St Mary's Church can be viewed here.
17. All are commemorated in the Roll Of Honour pages.
Unveiling Of The Parish Church Boy's School War Memorial
1. The programme for the unveiling ceremony, and a commemorative plaque in St Mary's Church, state that 100 Old Boys are commemorated on the War Memorial. 98 names are actually recorded, and the draft copies of the list of names to be commemorated have been traced in a file at the Gloucestershire County Archives.
2. Two names noted on one draft of the list do not appear on the War Memorial. These are MORRIS and MULHEARN and from other information found in the files these are thought to be:
Page last updated: 9th March 2009
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