LEAVING CHELTENHAM ..............and all that was dear

 

 

   Cheltonians Who Gave Their Lives in the Great War

Timeline 1917

 

This page lists in chronological order, the official date of death in 1917 of those Cheltonians and other locals

who gave their lives in or as a result of the Great War.

1st January 1917

Pte Frank RIVERS, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   JN

9th January 1917

Pte Aleck Howard BREWSTER, Worcestershire Regiment, died in UK.   CH

9th January 1917

Lt Col Raymond Vernon DOHERTY-HOLWELL, DSO, Royal Engineers, killed in action in France.   CH   COL

9th January 1917

Captain Arthur Vincent HOLMAN, 1st Battalion Herefordshire Regiment, die of illness in UK.   CH

9th January 1917

Pte Reginald Victor SHERWOOD, 3/4th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH   PA

9th January 1917

Tpr Thomas Henry WHEELER, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, killed in action in Egypt/Palestine.   CH

11th January 1917

Pte Lionel Arthur SLATTER, 7th Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SM

11th January 1917

Lt Noel Holme WIGGIN, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in Mesopotamia.   HA   CK   COL

13th January 1917

Pte Albert Edward MAYO, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Mesopotamia.   CK   CKC

13th January 1917

Pte John Percy WOOD, 10th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

15th January 1917

Pte Conway Spencer MARMENT, 56th Battalion Australian Imperial Force, died of wounds in UK.   CH   GR

21st January 1917

Pte Harry HAYWARD, Royal Defence Corps, died in UK.   CH

3rd February 1917

Pte James Augustus BURTON, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Mesopotamia.   CH   LU

3rd February 1917

Pte Frederick Robert GEGG, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Mesopotamia.   CH   PA

3rd February 1917

Pte Windham HARRIS, 18th Battalion Welsh Regiment, died in France.   PA

3rd February 1917

Pte Arthur Raymond SUMMERS, 5th Battalion Grenadier Guards, died in UK.   CH   LK   LKC

4th February 1917

Pte James Lionel DANBY, 1/6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

5th February 1917

Pte Arthur Charles COMLEY, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in Salonika.   CH   AS

6th February 1917

Lt Lionel BARNETT, 6th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   LU   BC   SO   CL

7th February 1917

2Lt Arthur Robert ROWE, DCM, 17th Battalion Sherwood Foresters Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

8th February 1917

Pte Sidney Thomas STEPHENS, 1st Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   MK

8th February 1917

Lt Harold Courtenay WOOLLCOMBE-BOYCE, RN, HMS Gurkha), killed in action at sea off Dungeness.   CH   AS   LU

9th February 1917

Lt John St Erme CARDEW, Royal Navy, HMS Canada, died of illness in UK.   CH

10th February 1917

Pte George William James BROOKER, 7th Battalion Glos Regt, killed in action in Mesopotamia.   CH   HT   HTS

10th February 1917

Pte Charles Henry William PEARCE, 7th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Mesopotamia.   CH   PA

15th February 1917

Rfn Stephen BLACKPOOL, 1st Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action in France.   CH

17th February 1917

Pte Albert Edward TAYLOR, Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   CA   PE

17th February 1917

Pte Albert Leonard WHITE, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   JN   PO

18th February 1917

Pte Jesse George WEBBER, 3rd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, died in UK.   PR   PRC

18th February 1917

Pte James WILKINS, 2/5th Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   AS

21st February 1917

Pte Jesse STEVENS, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Mesopotamia.   CH   PE

24th February 1917

Pte Robert Browell CHIVERTON, Royal Army Medical Corps, died of illness in UK.   WE

25th February 1917

Pte James JEFFERY, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Mesopotamia.   CK   CKC   HA

25th February 1917

Pte James KIDD, Royal Defence Corps, died in UK.   PA

25th February 1917

Pte Alfred WILLIAMS, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Mesopotamia.   CH

1st March 1917

Pte Edwin Aubrey WITCHELL, 54 Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, killed in action in France.   CH   GR

2nd March 1917

Nurse Anna Madeline SHAW, British Red Cross Society, died of illness in UK.   AS

4th March 1917

Cpl Frank Leslie HALL, Royal Engineers, accidentally killed in Belgium.   GR

6th March 1917

2Lt William Sutton GARDNER, Royal Flying Corps, killed in aerial combat in France.   CH   GR   DC

13th March 1917

Pte Leonard Long BICK, 16th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   ST

15th March 1917

2Lt Robert Anthony BEALE, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PJ   COL

15th March 1917

Pte Lionel Hubert Frank REEVES, 2/6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   JN

26th March 1917

Pte Frank BUTLER, 1/5th Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in Palestine.   CH

28th March 1917

Major Henry George Allen THOMSON, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   COL

30th March 1917

Pte William Phinehas HICKMAN, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Mesopotamia.   CH   JN

2nd April 1917

Pte William Henry COOPER, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH   SJS

2nd April 1917

Pte Alfred John HALL, 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   SJ

4th April 1917

Pte Charles Henry George MAYFIELD, 2nd Bn Royal Berkshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SJ   SJS

5th April 1917

Pte Claude Granville BULLINGHAM, 1/5th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SA   PA

5th April 1917

Pte William David CHILD, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

5th April 1917

Pte Frederick Melville DRAPER, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire regiment, killed in action in France.   LB

5th April 1917

Pte William Alfred JENNINGS, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA

6th April 1917

Pte Ernest SMITH, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CK   CKC

7th April 1917

Pte Jeffrey BEESLEY, 94th Training Reserve Battalion (formerly 16th Bn Glos Regt), died in UK.   CH   MK   BA

7th April 1917

Pte Joshua Harry BOND, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CK   SS   HT

7th April 1917

LCpl Joseph HOUNSLOW, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   AS

8th April 1917

Pte John William JELFS, 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   SM

9th April 1917

Pte Charles Frank Stephen LUSTY, 7th Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   CC   GR

9th April 1917

Pte Thomas George RICHARDS, 8th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   AS

9th April 1917

Gnr Maurice Carter VOILE, Tank Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   GR

9th April 1917

Pte Francis WHEELER, 1/5th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, killed in action in France.   CH   SM

10th April 1917

Pte Ernest Arthur BIRT, Royal Army Medical Corps, killed at sea off Le Havre, France.   CH   CA   AS

10th April 1917

Dvr Francis Arthur JAMES, Royal Horse Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH

10th April 1917

Pte Philip Johnson TOMS, 50th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force. killed in action in France.   CH   GR

11th April 1917

Pte Albert Edwin GIBBINS, 8th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   PR   PRC

11th April 1917

Pte George Henry LONG, 10th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SJ   SJS

11th April 1917

Lt Giles Havergal SHAW, 5th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   COL

11th April 1917

Pte Frederick WRIGHT, 1st Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

12th April 1917

Pte Gilbert Charles HUNT, 6th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH   LU   LK

13th April 1917

Pte Francis RATCLIFFE, 1/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PRC

14th April 1917

Lt Albert Ernest PAINTER, Royal Engineers, died of wounds in France.   CH   SS

15th April 1917

Pte Henry Rudolph ARUNDELL, 1/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   LU

15th April 1917

Pte Walter Allen BAKER, 3rd Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in France.   CH

17th April 1917

Pte Ernest Gordon NORRIS, 5th Battalion Highland Light Infantry, died of wounds in Palestine.   SA

19th April 1917

2Lt Christopher James Allardyce BUCKELL, 3rd Battalion Norfolk Regiment, killed in action in Palestine.   CH   AS

19th April 1917

Pte Louis CASCARINO, 2/4th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in Palestine.   CH

20th April 1917

Driver Robert James DOWDESWELL, died of illness in UK.   PR   PRC

20th April 1917

Sgt Maj Horace Maunder EDWARDS, 16th Bn Royal Warks Regt, killed in action in France.   CH   CC   GR   CK   CKC

23rd April 1917

2Lt John Jesmond BRUNSKILL, 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   GR

23rd April 1917

Pte Albert Edgar JENKINS, MM, 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH   SJS

23rd April 1917

2Lt Lewis Woodham MOTT, 9th Bn Essex Regiment, attached Royal Flying Corps, killed in aerial action.   CH   SS

23rd April 1917

Pte Wilfred Ernest MOULDER, 1st Battalion Royal West Surrey Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LK   LKC

24th April 1917

Pte Reginald Albert John CREECH, 1/6th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   HT   HTS

24th April 1917

LCpl Harold GREGORY, 11th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   JN   MKM

24th April 1917

Pte Clarence Sidney WARING, 7th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, killed in action in Salonica.   BA

25th April 1917

Pte Walter Sidney HOWES, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Salonica.   CH   PE

25th April 1917

Pte George JONES, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE

28th April 1917

Pte Harold BEARD, Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   SJ

28th April 1917

Pte James Austin MORGAN, RMLI, 1st Royal Marine Battalion, Royal Naval Division, killed in action in France.   PE

28th April 1917

Pte Cyril James WENTWORTH, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA

30th April 1917

Pte Joseph Henry DODWELL, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SM

2nd May 1917

LCpl Herbert GREENSLADE, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

3rd May 1917

2Lt John Lancelot Walmsley STOCK, 3rd Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH

3rd May 1917

LCpl Frederick James WOOLNOUGH, 8th Battalion Black Watch, killed in action in France.   CH   PA

4th May 1917

Pte Brian Fitzgerald VENTRIS-FIELD, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH

5th May 1917

Pte Aloysius John RUDMAN, 24th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in France.   CH   SG

5th May 1917

LSgt Edward SMITH, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   BC   SO   CL

6th May 1917

Sgt Archibald McDonnell SHAW, "G" Special Coy RE, killed in action in France.   AS

8th May 1917

Cpl William Herbert EARLE, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

8th May 1917

Pte Alwyn Frederick GREEN, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   PJ

8th May 1917

Asst Steward Alfred Edwinson GREEN, Mercantile Marine Reserve, HMY Zarefah, killed at sea off Mull Head.   CH

8th May 1917

2Lt Robert Charles HODSON, Royal Engineers, killed in action in France.   CH

10th May 1917

Sgt Frederick John LOVESY, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Salonica.   CK   CKC   CKB

10th May 1917

Pte Joseph William WILKS, 12th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC

12th May 1917

2Lt Alfred George MAISEY, 6th Battalion Royal West Surrey Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   AS

15th May 1917

Pte Albert Edward CULL, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   SV

17th May 1917

Pte Albert Edward BATES, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, accidentally killed in France.   CH   CK   CKC

17th May 1917

Sapper Alfred MANSFIELD, Royal Engineers, died of wounds in France.   CH

18th May 1917

2Lt Harold Charles Edward BARRATT, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Salonica.   CH   AS

18th May 1917

Pte Edward Francis McINTOSH, 4th (Reserve) Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH

19th May 1917

2Lt George Frederick Maynard THOMSON, 11th Battalion Kings Liverpool Regiment, died of wounds in France.   SS

19th May 1917

Pnr Valentine WEBB, Royal Engineers, died in UK.   PA

20th May 1917

Cpl Henry William YEANDLE, 14th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SJ

28th May 1917

Pte Edward Henry GIBBINS, Army Service Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SM

1st June 1917

Pte William EAST, 7th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in France.   BC

4th June 1917

LCpl James Allen JENKINS, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   WE

7th June 1917

Captain Duncan Donald Heron CAMPBELL, MC, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   COL  

7th June 1917

Sgt Leslie Probyn DIGHTON, 2nd Battalion Canterbury Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

8th June 1917

LCpl George Edwin BOWEN, 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   JN

8th June 1917

Pte Charles HALL, 2nd Battalion Durham Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   JN

8th June 1917

Sgt Charles William HARDING, 15th Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SJS

9th June 1917

Pte Thomas FLYNN, 9th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

9th June 1917

Pte Charles Victor FRITH, Honourable Artillery Company, died of wounds in France.   Died of wounds in France.   CH

9th June 1917

Pte Edgar MANSFIELD, 51st Battalion Australian Imperial Force, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

12th June 1917

Sgt Harry COVENTON, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH

16th June 1917

Captain Alexander Falkland GULLAND, 8th Bn East Kent Regt, died of wounds in Belgium.   PR   PRC   HT   COL

25th June 1917

Flight Sgt Francis George MATTHEWS, Royal Flying Corps, accidentally killed in France.   CH   HT   HTS   SA

27th June 1917

Lt Col William Barrington PIERS, 10th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH   CC

2nd July 1917

Lt Frederick Vyvyan COUPLAND-SMITH, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in Belgium.   BC   SO   CL

3rd July 1917

Gnr William James LONG, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in France.   BC   GO

4th July 1917

Pte John Francis PRIVETT, Depot King's Shropshire Light Infantry, died of illness in UK.   CH

8th July 1917

Cpl Albert Oscar PRITCHETT, 10th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   LK

9th July 1917

Fleet Surgeon Edmund COX, Royal Navy, HMS Vanguard, accidentally killed at sea.   LU

9th July 1917

2Lt Edward VICK, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium

10th July 1917

2Lt Arthur Clements HEBERDEN, 6th Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CK   CKC

12th July 1917

Pte Alfred George WOORE, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in Mesopotamia.   CH   LU

13th July 1917

Pte Thomas KING, 7th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SJ   SJS

13th July 1917

2Lt John Constantine NUTHALL, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   SS

18th July 1917

Pte John CASTLE, 8th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

18th July 1917

Pte George Frederick PARKER, Labour Corps, died of wounds in France.   PR   PRC  

18th July 1917

Sgt Harold Wilfred PEARCE, 5th Bn Canadian Infantry, died of wounds in France.   CH   AS   BC   SO

22nd July 1917

2Lt Robert Hartley DEAKIN, 10th Jats, attached Royal Flying Corps, killed in aerial action in France.   GR

23rd July 1917

Pte Samuel George BALL, 6th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SM

28th July 1917

Pte Charles Francis BARTON, 30th Battalion Australian Imperial Force, died in Australia.   CH

28th July 1917

Pte Sidney Albert RANDALL, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   HA   JN   CA

30th July 1917

Pte Albert Charles AMES, 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

30th July 1917

Pte Frank Victor MUSTOE, 3rd Battalion Coldstream Guards, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SM

31st July 1917

Pte Albert James BURNETT, 13th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   HT   JN   SA

31st July 1917

Pte Reginald Charles ELLIOTT, 17th Battalion Manchester Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   HA

31st July 1917

Pte Mark William HALL, Labour Corps, died in UK.   CH

31st July 1917

Pte James Bonar JOHNSON, 3rd Battalion South Wales Borderers, killed in action in Belgium.   PA

31st July 1917

Cpl Harold James NEWMAN, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   CA

31st July 1917

Pte Arthur PHILLIPS, 14th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   LU

31st July 1917

2Lt Edward Hamilton SOUTHCOMB, 3rd Battalion Manchester Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

1st August 1917

Cpl Charles William PHIPPS, 8th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SM

1stAugust 1917

LCpl Arthur Edward SMITH, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CK   CKC   CKB

3rd August 1917

Cpl Charles Arthur Allen BISHOP, Royal Army Medical Corps, killed in action in Salonica.   CH   PA   HT

4th August 1917

Pte Raymond Frederick SMITH, 8th Battalion Loyal North Lancs Regt, killed in action in Belgium.   CK   CKC   CKB

5th August 1917

Pte William Charles BURNETT, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   BC

6th August 1917

LCpl Leslie Frederick TRINDER, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   JN   CA

7th August 1917

Spr William John BLOXSOME, 117th Railway Company RE, died of illness in Salonica.   CK   CKC

7th August 1917

Pte Archibald SEWARD, 12th Battalion East Surrey Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

8th August 1917

Pte George ARNOLD, Labour Corps, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   HT

8th August 1917

Pte James Frederick LAUNCHBURY, 7th Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

10th August 1917

Pte William George JONES, 11th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SS

12th August 1917

Captain Hugh Duberly WILLIS, Royal Army Medical Corps, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   CK   CKC   COL

13th August 1917

Lt Reginald Anthony LYON, 1/7th Battalion West Riding Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   GR

14th August 1917

Gnr Alfred James BOREHAM, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in Belgium.   CA

16th August 1917

LCpl Edward Charles Sims SAUNDERS, 1/5th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CK   CKC

16th August 1917

Cpl Arthur Frank SMITH, 13th Battalion Royal Irish Rangers, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   GR

17th August 1917

Sgt William Joseph CHANDLER, MM, 1/5th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CK   CKC   HA

17th August 1917

Rfn Henry Martin SCAMELL, 1/16th Battalion London Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   DC

18th August 1917

Cpl Frederick William RODDIS, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

20th August 1917

Pte Edward St John BAKER, 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   PE

22nd August 1917

CSM James David CANDY, 6th Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

22nd August 1917

Pte Edward GOUGH, 2/4th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   LU

22nd August 1917

LCpl Edward Basil HANKS, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   LU   PRC

22nd August 1917

LCpl George Henry JEFFRIES, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

22nd August 1917

LCpl Reginald MUSTOE, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

22nd August 1917

Pte James Arthur STIBBS, 2/1st (Bucks) Bn Ox & Bucks LI, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   CA   JN   SM

22nd August 1917

Cpl Henry Ashby TURBYFIELD, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE   SM

22nd August 1917

2Lt Reginald Charles WAITT, 11th Battalion Suffolk Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

23rd August 1917

Pte Sidney Thomas CLAPPEN, 9th Battalion Devonshire Regiment, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   PE   SM

23rd August 1917

Pte Arthur Ernest TAYLOR, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   JN   CA

24th August 1917

Lt Kenneth Wallace BROWN, 6th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   SS

24th August 1917

Captain Richard Luard HARDY, 8th Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action in Belgium..   CH   LU

24th August 1917

Pte James SAVORY, 2/6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   PE

25th August 1917

Chief Steward Ernest MASON, Mercantile Marine, SS Sycamore, killed at sea off Ireland.   CH

25th August 1917

Pte George Reginald WRIGHT, 1/7th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE   SM

27th August 1917

Pte Arthur Ernest BLOXSOME, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CK   CKC

27th August 1917

Pte Thomas Edwin CLARIDGE, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

27th August 1917

Captain John Leslie DERRICK, 7th Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   GR

27th August 1917

Pte John Patrick DRISCOLL, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA   SG

27th August 1917

Pte Francis William PURNELL, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   JN

28th August 1917

LCpl Phillip CRIBB, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   PJ

28th August 1917

Pte Guy Billie GILLESPIE, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   PA

30th August 1917

Lt Col Richard Chester CHESTER-MASTER, DSO, 13th Bn Kings Royal Rifle Corps, KIA in Belgium.   CH   PJ

30th August 1917

Pte Arthur Gilbert RENDOL, 110th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in France.   CH

31st August 1917

Pte Alfred George MORRIS, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

2nd September 1917

2Lt Marshall Breckon FEATHERSTONE, Royal Engineers, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   COL

3rd September 1917

Pte Job STEPHENS, 14th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC

4th September 1917

Pnr Arthur James BOWSTEAD, Royal Engineers, died of wounds in France.   CH

5th September 1917

Pte William Henry CRITCHLEY, 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers, died of illness in Mesopotamia.   CH

5th September 1917

Sgt Dennis O'BRIEN, British South Africa Police, died of illness in Africa.   CH

9th September 1917

Pte Richard SHARP, 21st Northumberland Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH   AS

12th September 1918

Cpl Reginald Ivor Rimell, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   BA   ST

15th September 1917

Bdr George Herbert BROOM, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH

18th September 1917

Pte Frank CHERRINGTON, Army Service Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   LK   LKC

19th September 1917

2Lt Michael HOLE, 10th Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

20th September 1917

Pte Dominick GIZZI, 10th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

20th September 1917

Pte George HEMMINGS, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

20th September 1917

Lt Joseph Herbert HUMPHREY, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   JN

20th September 1917

LCpl Sidney Richard LEACH, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE

20th September 1917

Captain Owen Robert LLOYD, MC, 3rd Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   CC

20th September 1917

Pte Jesse Arter MOODY, 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

20th September 1917

Cpl Henry RUSSELL, 9th Battalion Welsh Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   UC

21st September 1917

Pte Ernest Charles BATTEN, 4th Battalion South African Infantry Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

21st September 1917

Pte George Henry BRYON, 12th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

23rd September 1917

Gnr Henry Walter GRIFFITHS, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   HT

26th September 1917

Rfn Leonard Harry Hudson CLARK, 2/9th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SS   PJ   GR

26th September 1917

Pte William GARDNER, 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

27th September 1917

Cpl Edmund Haddon HOPKINS, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in Belgium.   GR

27th September 1917

Able Seaman Grenville Edgar PIGOTT, Royal Navy, HMS Nerissa, died of illness in UK.   CH   PA   SM

28th September 1917

Rfn Henry John JAMES, 16th Battalion Rifle Brigade, died of wounds in Belgium.   CK   CKC

28th September 1917

2Lt Charles William Ernest RAWLINGS, 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   PA   SA

29th September 1917

2Lt Edward Armstrong BARNARD, Royal Flying Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   GR

1st October 1917

Pte Frederick James MACE, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA

4th October 1917

2Lt Donald William BAILEY, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   BC   SO   CL

4th October 1917

Pte Eric BARNETT, 8th Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

4th October 1917

2Lt Eric Charles BASTIN, 1/8th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   CC

4th October 1917

Lt John Haydon CARDEW, 73rd Bty/5th Bde RFA, died of wounds in Belgium.   LB

4th October 1917

Pte Charles William HARWOOD, 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SS

4th October 1917

2Lt Sydney Gilbert ROGERS, 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   CC

4th October 1917

LCpl Charles Edward SHORT, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SM

4th October 1917

CSM William Frederick SPAWTON, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SS

4th October 1917

Pte Henry Charles William STEWART, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   PO

5th October 1917

Pte Ernest Edward PARKER, 8th Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   PR   PRC

6th October 1917

Lt Cdr Basil Stratford NOAKE, Royal Navy, HMS Begonia, killed in action at sea in the Bristol Channel.   CH

7th October 1917

Pte John PAGE, Labour Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   AS   HT   HTS

9th October 1917

Captain Louis Walter CLEMENTS, 3rd Battalion Norfolk Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

9th October 1917

Pte Raymond William EGGLETON, 1/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

9th October 1917

Pte Percy St Clair HAWKINS. 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH   SM

9th October 1917

Pte Harry HAYDEN, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

9th October 1917

Captain Cyril Stanley Geoffrey STEVENS, 21st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, killed in action in Belgium.   PR   PRC

9th October 1917

Pte Reginald Hewar VILLAR, 1/6th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   CK   CKC   COL

9th October 1917

Lt Eric Joseph WOODS, 9th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   SS

10th October 1917

LCpl Jesse BLISS, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   BA

10th October 1917

Cpl Cecil Hugh POPE, Household Battalion, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

11th October 1917

Sgt Ernest DREW, MM, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

12th October 1917

LCpl Harry DRIVER, 1st Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

13th October 1917

Gnr Lionel Waterhouse WOOD, 13th Royal Australian Field Artillery Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   SS

14th October 1917

LCpl Sidney George Henry JACKSON, 7th Battalion Royal West Surrey Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

16th October 1917

Sgt John Charles BOOTH, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Africa.   CK   CKC   GR

17th October 1917

Major Brabazon Thomas DISNEY, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in action in Belgium.   HT

20th October 1917

LCpl Ralph Cecil FLETCHER, 12th Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH

20th October 1917

LCpl Jesse Edward Wilson JACKSON, RAMC,  died of illness in Salonika.   CH   JN   OStJ   SJAB

20th October 1917

Pte Lasford KING, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died in Mesopotamia.   CH

21st October 1917

Pte Wilfred James COOMBES, 14th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   BC   SO   CL

21st October 1917

Pte Arthur William HOLDER, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   BC

21st October 1917

Pte William James YOUNG, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PR

22nd October 1917

Pte Frederick James BROWN, 14th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA   SA   SM

22nd October 1917

Pte John Charles COX, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA   SM

22nd October 1917

Pte Harry HILL, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   HT   AS

22nd October 1917

LCpl Henry MARTIN, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   SH

24th October 1917

Pte Harry Collett HARGRAVE, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

25th October 1917

Cpl Charles Rhys PRICE, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Salonica.   CH

26th October 1917

Pte Harry BARNFIELD, Royal Marine Light Infantry. killed in action in Belgium.   SA

26th October 1917

Pte Herbert James BATES, 43rd Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

26th October 1917

Pte Frederick John Victor COPESTAKE, 8th Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   JN

27th October 1917

Pte George William WILLIAMS, 1/4th Northumberland Fusiliers, killed in action in Belgium.   PA

27th October 1917

Sapper William Edward MULHEARN, Royal Canadian Engineers, killed in action Belgium.   CH

30th October 1917

Pte Lionel Victor CLARE, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

30th October 1917

Pte Alexander Gordon CUMMINGS, 28th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   GR

30th October 1917

Pte George Frederick LARGE, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, killed in action in Belgium.   BC   SO   CL

31st October 1917

Pte Ernest John FLYNN, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

31st October 1917

Wireless Operator Ronald Edward LANE, Mercantile Marine, SS Cambric, killed at sea off Algeria.   CH   LU

31st October 1917

Trooper Edward Mortimer NEWBURY, 2nd London Yeomanry, killed in action in Palestine.   CH  PJ   CK   CKC

6th November 1917

Pte Ernest Henry ATKINS, 12th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action in Egypt.   CH   JN

6th November 1917

Pte Cecil Edgar CRUSE, 2nd Battalion Canadian Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SM

6th November 1917

Pte Raymond Edwin FRYER, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA

6th November 1917

Lt Gerald Charles Edward GLOSTER, 1st Bn Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   LK   LKC   COL

6th November 1917

Captain George Rupert HAILSTONE, 1/7th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, killed in action in Palestine.   CH   SS

6th November 1917

2Lt John OUTRAM, 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, killed in action in Belgium.   GR

6th November 1917

Cpl Thomas Edward SHEWARD, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SM

6th November 1917

Gnr Frederick STOREY, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   CA

7th November 1917

Pte Henry Harold BURFORD, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

7th November 1917

Pte John GREGORY, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, died of wounds in UK.   CH

8th November 1917

Pte William Henry TURNER, 31st Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in Belgium.   CK   CKC

9th November 1917

Pte Thomas CRISP, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   AS   HTS

9th November 1917

CSM Herbert Edwin PAYNE, 2nd Battalion Australian Imperial Force, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

10th November 1917

Driver Sidney BISHOP, Royal Field Artillery, died of illness in UK.   CH   PA

10th November 1917

Pte Edgar Gideon WICKSEY, 123 Canadian Pioneer Battalion, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA   SM   BE

11th November 1917

Pte George O'HAGAN, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE   SG

11th November 1917

LCpl Alec Morgan WILLIAMS, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH

12th November 1917

Rfn Percy Goddard GARRAWAY, 8th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   PA

14th November 1917

Pte Christie Archibald BENHAM, 7th Light Horse Regt Australian Imperial Force, killed in action in Palestine.   PA

14th November 1917

Sapper James JOYNES, Royal Engineers, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   MK

14th November 1917

Lt Bernhard Cocure MONTAGNON, Canadian Machine Gun Corps, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   AS   COL

14th November 1917

Captain Aubrey Lloyd St Clair THOMSON, MC, 1st Battalion Kings Liverpool Regiment, died of wounds in UK.   SS

15th November 1917

Captain Harold CHRISTIAN, Royal Navy, HMS President, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   AS   SS

15th November 1917

Cpl Percy WINTER, 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH

17th November 1917

Pte Frank HUNT, MM, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   CC

19th November 1917

Pte Edward NORRIS, 8th Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   SA

20th November 1917

Captain Robert Edward ANGUS, Ayrshire Yeomanry attached Royal Flying Corps, killed in action in France.   LK   LKC

20th November 1917

Pte James GARDNER, 6th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC

22nd November 1917

Pte Frederick BEARD, 12th Battalion South Wales Borderers, killed in action in France.   JH

23rd November 1917

2Lt George James HOWELLS, London Regiment attached Royal Flying Corps, killed in aerial combat in France.   CH

25th November 1917

Lt Nathaniel Arthur PEARCE, 4th Battalion Grenadier Guards, killed in action in France.   CH   MK

26th November 1917

Pte John Richard EVANS, 6th Battalion East Kent Regiment, died of wounds in France.   SS

27th November 1917

Pte Frank William BROWN, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   SM

27th November 1917

LCpl Frederick Charles SINGER, 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards, killed in action in France.   CH   SS

27th November 1917

Pte James William TOVEY, 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards, killed in action in France.   CH   PE

29th November 1917

Cpl Joseph Charles MASON, MM, 1st Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action in France.

30th November 1917

Rfn Francis Henry BUSKELL, 10th Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   PA

30th November 1917

Pte George Gilbert CLARK, 7th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   BC

30th November 1917

Pte William Henry DOPSON, 25th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, killed in action in Palestine.   SH

30th November 1917

Pte Henry WARD, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   PE

1st December 1917

Pte Arthur BYARD, Royal Army Medical Corps, died of wounds in France.   CH   CA   SM   OStJ   SJAB

1st December 1917

Pte William Arthur Charles HUNT, 4th Battalion Grenadier Guards, killed in action in France.   CH   PJ

1st December 1917

Pioneer Frank JAMES, Royal Engineers, died of illness in UK.   CH   SS

1st December 1917

Sgt Raymond POCKETT, 1/12th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SM

2nd December 1917

Sgt George Henry HAYWARD, 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CK

2nd December 197

CSM William James MURRAY, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   SM

2nd December 1917

Pte Herbert Sidney PERRY, 2/6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA

2nd December 1917

Pte Richard Sully PONTING, 2/6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SS

3rd December 1917

Pte Dudley KENSINGTON, 8th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LU

3rd December 1917

Pte George MILLS, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE

3rd December 1917

Pte Caleb RYLES, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   EH

3rd December 1917

Pte William James OAKLEY, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SM   PO

4th December 1917

Pte William Robert TASKER, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC

7th December 1917

2Lt Herbert Arthur DYER, Army Service Corps attached Royal Flying Corps, killed in aerial combat.   CH   COL

8th December 1917

Lt Edward William BELL, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in Palestine.   CH   LU   WE   GR

8th December 1917

CQMS Frederick William TAYLOR, attached to 4/4th King's African Rifles, died of illness in Africa.   CH   CA   HA

11th December 1917

Pte Edgar Biggerstaff GIBBS, 1/4th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, died of illness in India.   CH

12th December 1917

Major Alexander Edward HAWKINS, Royal Field Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CH   SG   COL

16th December 1917

Pte Cecil Linford SHEPPARD, 9th Battalion Sherwood Foresters Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH

17th December 1917

2Lt Kenneth Gerrard GURNEY, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA

18th December 1917

Pte Alfred Frederick William HUNT, 11th Bn Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died of wounds in France.   CH   LK   LKC

26th December 1917

Cpl Eric William BRIGGS, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.  CH

30th December 1917

Pte Charles HOLE, 2/15th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action at sea off Alexandria.  CH   CA

338 Cheltonians gave their lives in 1917

53 Cheltonians were killed during The Arras Offensive (9 April - 16 June 1917)

17 Cheltonians were killed during The Battle of Messines (7 June - 11 July 1917)

80 Cheltonians were killed or died of wounds during the Third Battle of Ypres (Passchendaele), 31st July - 10th November 1917.   37 were killed or died of wounds in August alone.

28 Cheltonians were killed during the Battle of Cambrai (20 November - 30 December 1917)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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