Roll of Honour
St Mark's Church, Cheltenham
|Location: Church Road, Cheltenham||Grid Reference: SO 928220|
|Unveiled: 28th January 1920||Names on this War Memorial: 34|
|Last Visited: July 2001||UKNIWM Ref: In due course|
Inscriptions on the Left of this War Memorial: This Screen Is Erected To The Memory Of Those Men Of This Parish Who Died For King And Country In The Great War 1914 - 1918.
Inscriptions on the Right of this War Memorial: As A Thankoffering To Almighty God For The Victory Vouchsafed To Our Forces And Those Of Our Allies
Inscriptions above this War Memorial: They Died For Us
Alphabetical list of names on this War Memorial
Beesley J *
Carey G W
Challenger A E
Cook R *
Griffin E F
Hall W H
Harrison C C *
Harrison M C *
Jarvis W F
Long F T
Lys E C *
Mead H E
McCormack E *
Newman F J
Pearce N A
Raven H E
Stephens S T
Stevens G E
Thomas H G *
Wells S C
Willoughby E C *
|Those marked with * should be linked with the notes against their name in the panel below.|
|Full details of those named on the War Memorial can be viewed here.|
1. Beesley is buried in Badgeworth (Holy Trinity) Churchyard.
2. Cook is probably Albert Reginald Cook who is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
4. Lys is probably Charles Edward Lyes.
5. McCormack is probably Edward McCormick who is commemorated on a family grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.
6. Thomas is commemorated on the grave of his parents in Cheltenham Cemetery.
7. Willoughby is commemorated on the grave of his father in Charlton Kings Cemetery.
8. All are commemorated in the Roll of Honour pages.
Page last updated: 21st August 2011
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