Cheltonians Who Gave Their Lives in the Great War

Timeline 1918

This page lists, in chronological order, the official date of death in 1918 of those Cheltonians and other locals

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

2nd January 1918 Pte Leonard Graham BENDALL, 1/1st Battalion Herefordshire Regiment, died of wounds in Palestine.   CH   LK   LKC
8th January 1918 Lt Gerald Forman GROGAN, Royal Engineers, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   COL
10th January 1918 Pte Frank BROWN, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE   CA
10th January 1918 Sgt Harry St Clair Clifford WEBB, 4th (Reserve) Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH
12th January 1918 Stoker Charles Herbert ASHEN, Royal Navy, HMS Narborough, drowned at sea off Scapa Flow.   CH
12th January 1918 Able Seaman Albert Edward GREEN, Royal Navy, HMS Opal, killed at sea off Scapa Flow.   CH   SJS
13th January 1918 Pte Ewart Montague JONES, 7th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   SS
16th January 1918 Pte Robert Charles CLIFT, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in France.   SV   SJS
17th January 1918 Spr Edwin Leonard BOWDEN, New Zealand Engineers, accidentally killed in Belgium.   CH   SS
21st January 1918 Pte Leslie George SHAW, 57th Company Machine Gun Corps, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE   SJS
24th January 1918 Lt Col Arthur Robert BURTON, 94th Russell's Infantry, Indian Army, died of illness in Mesopotamia.   CH   CC
30th January 1918 Chaplain Joseph James GRIFFIN, Army Chaplains Department, died in UK.   PE
31st January 1918 Leading Seaman Frank St Clair HOLTHAM, Royal Navy, HM Submarine E50, killed at sea.   CH   JN
3rd February 1918 2Lt Francis Claude UZZELL, 2/5th Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   CK   HA
20th February 1918 Pte Evelyn Vernon Randolph FISHER, Labour Corps, died of illness in France.   CH   AS   PJ
27th February 1918 Pte Walter WHATLEY, 14th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in Italy.   CK   CKC   HA
27th February 1918 Sgt Philip William Henry WILLIAMS, Royal Army Medical Corps, died in UK.   CH
2nd March 1918 Captain Robert Edward Lawrence TOWNSEND, 16th Battalion Middlesex Regiment, died of wounds in UK.   CH
7th March 1918 Pte Charles FREEBURY, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in UK.   CH   SJ   SJS
13th March 1918 2nd Air Mechanic Charles MALLETT, Royal Flying Corps, accidentally killed in France.   CH   PE   HTS
16th March 1918 2Lt Kenneth John KNAGGS, Royal Flying Corps, killed in aerial action in France.   LU
21st March 1918 Pte Frank Joseph ARKELL. 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   BD
21st March 1918 Pte William John Lambert BAYLIS, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
21st March 1918 Pte Ernest Walter BROOKS, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   HT
21st March 1918 Pte Edward BROWN, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
21st March 1918 Captain Wilfred Roland DESAGES, 24th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   COL
21st March 1918 2Lt Frank Sidney Thomas FOSBERY, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   CC   DC
21st March 1918 Pte Ernest Henry GUEST, 2nd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
21st March 1918 2Lt Stewart Spiers JACKSON, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
21st March 1918 Pte John Wesley JONES, 6th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   BE
21st March 1918 Lt George Powell RATHBONE, 7th Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
21st March 1918 Gnr Thomas Charles RICHINGS, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   LK
21st March 1918 Pte Edward Herbert TAYLOR, 8th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CC
22nd March 1918 Pte Albert Henry DANCE, 13th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE   SA
22nd March 1918 Pte Arthur John HALL, 10th Bn Worcs Regt, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC
22nd March 1918 Lt John Clifford HUTCHINSON, 6th Battalion East Surrey Regiment, killed in action in France.   GR
22nd March 1918 Captain John Harold Ellerson RICKERBY, MC, 2/5th Bn Glos Regt, killed in action in France.   CH   SH   COL   SJ
22nd March 1918 Pte Jack TAYLOR, 2nd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CK   CKC
22nd March 1918 Sgt William Arthur WOORE, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   CA   LU
23rd March 1918 Pte Oliver ARKELL, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   PA
23rd March 1918 Pte Ernest Albert HALL, 1/4th Battalion Leicestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   BC   HT
23rd March 1918 Pte Thomas David LLOYD, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   BC   SM
24th March 1918 LCpl Francis Spencer BYARD, 12th Bn Kings Liverpool Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   WE   HT   SM
24th March 1918 Lt Robert Hamilton POYNDER, 4th, attached 2nd Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CC   SS   DC
24th March 1918 Lt Herbert Gordon THORPE, MC, 1st Battalion Kings Liverpool Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   MKM
24th March 1918 Pte Sydney Charles WELLS, 2/7th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   MK   LU
25th March 1918 LCpl William Joseph BOWLES, 19th Hussars, killed in action in France.   CH   JN   HA
25th March 1918 Pte Archibald Percy KING, 2nd Bn Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH
25th March 1918 Lt Noel Graham LAKE, 2/5th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PR   PRC   HT   COL
25th March 1918 Pte Wilfred Ernest PAUL, 10th Hussars, killed in action in France.   CH
25th March 1918 Able Seaman Augustus Giles SIDDALL, Drake Battalion Royal Naval Division, killed in action in France.   LK   LKC
25th March 1918 Able Seaman Arthur Joseph WELCH, Anson Battalion Royal Naval Division, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE
26th March 1918 Pte Raymond William CARPENTER, 2/5th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, died of wounds in France.   CH   CA   JN
26th March 1918 Pte Gilbert John CLISSOLD, 2nd Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CK   CKC   SJS
26th March 1918 2Lt Gerald Annesley George GODLEY, Army Service Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   CC   COL
26th March 1918 Pte George Albert Sidney GODWIN, 14th Battalion Welsh Regiment, died in UK.   PE
26th March 1918 Captain Nigel Duncan Ratcliff HUNTER, MC*, Royal Engineers, killed in action in France.   CH   CC
27th March 1918 Captain Minden Francis BADCOCK, MC,  2/5th Bn Glos Regt attached to 9th Bn East Surrey Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LU   COL
27th March 1918 2Lt Thomas Gerald HOLMES, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   SA   COL
27th March 1918 2Lt Robert MATHER, 20th Battalion Kings Liverpool Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CC   COL
27th March 1918 Pte Charles Morris PEARCE, 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards, killed in action in France.   CH   PJ
28th March 1918 Pte Frank BUBB, 7th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   SJ
28th March 1918 Sgt William ETHERIDGE, 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   BC
28th March 1918 LCpl Thomas Charles JORDAN, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CK   CKC
28th March 1918 Lt Aubrey Causton STRACHAN, MC and Bar, killed in action in France.   CH   PRC
28th March 1918 Pte Henry TOWNLEY, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE  
29th March 1918 Pte Stanley GRENOW, 1st Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
30th March 1918 LCpl Leslie REAY, 13th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   LU   CA
30th March 1918 Pte Alfred WEBB, 2/4th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   SV
31st March 1918 Pte Cecil Charles LONG, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
31st March 1918 Pte William Sidney Charles MILLS, 2/5th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE   SA
31st March 1918 Sgt Alfred Wallace PASCOE, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
31st March 1918 LCpl William Thomas PONTIN, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
31st March 1918 Pte Albert Charles WOORE, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CA   LU
31st March 1918 LCpl Frederick York WORKMAN, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
1st April 1918 Pte James William PRICE, 6th Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry, died of wounds in France.   CH   AS
1st April 1918 CSM William WILLIS, DCM, MM, 34th Canadian Cavalry, killed in action in France.   CH
3rd April 1918 Pte John Robert Brunsdon PAGE, Labour Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   PE
4th April 1918 Pte Stanley Gilbert DALE, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
4th April 1918 Pte Harry Wilfred EAKETTS, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC
4th August 1918 LCpl Edmund Joseph WALE, 8th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
5th April 1918 Cpl Sidney WILLIS, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in action in France.   PR   PRC   SM
7th April 1918 Pte Frank Hubert READ, 15th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   AS   SA
9th April 1918 2Lt George Rowland Hart THORNTON, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   COL   AS   JN
10th April 1918 Lt Charles Uppleby GEIDT, Royal Air Force, accidentally killed in Egypt.   CH
10th April 1918 Pte Frederick John PLUMB, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH
11th April 1918 Sgt Frank STEEL, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
12th April 1918 Pte Harry William BROWN, 18th Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
12th April 1918 Pte William Hartlebury MILES, 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SM
12th April 1918 CSM Ernest Henry KNIGHT, 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
14th April 1918 Pte Edgar Herbert BUCKINGHAM, 2/7th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   WE
14th April 1918 Pte William Thomas REDMAN, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
15th April 1918 Cpl Edgar Francis JENKINS, 1st Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
15th April 1918 Pte Harold Edgar RALPH, Labour Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   CC
15th April 1918 Major Harold Bowyer ROFFEY, DSO, Lancs Fusiliers attached 2/5th Bn Lincs Regt, killed in action in France.   CC
15th April 1918 Cpl Albert John SPENCER, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA   PR   PRC
16th April 1918 Pte Leonard Frederick AYRES, 18th Battalion Middlesex Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA
16th April 1918 Pte Frank Charles MURPHY, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LK   LKC
17th April 1918 LCpl Albert Henry GARDNER, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LU
17th April 1918 Sgt Joseph NEWMAN, DCM, MM, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
17th April 1918 Pte Sydney George VALLENDER, 15th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA
18th April 1918 Pte Gilbert John FLINT, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   AS
18th April 1918 LCpl Harry HOLDER, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
18th April 1918 Pte John Henry PATES, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
18th April 1918 LCpl Albert John YEATES, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE   SA
19th April 1918 Pte William CREED, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE
19th April 1918 Pte Arthur John FOWLES, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died in France.   CH   PJ
20th April 1918 Pte Harry BURFORD, 17th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, died of wounds in France.   CH   LK   PA   LKC
20th April 1918 Gnr Arthur Samuel HENNELL, Canadian Field Artillery, died of illness as a result of wounds in Canada.   CK   CKC
20th April 1918 Captain William Smith MINCHIN, MC, 11th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
20th April 1918 Sgt Hector John MITFORD, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
21st April 1918 Pte Cecil DENNIS, Army Cyclist Corps, died as a POW in France.   CH   LU   SJ   COL
21st April 1918 LCpl Ernest James JONES, Royal Engineers, killed in action in Belgium.   CH
21st April 1918 Cpl Henry Charles JORDAN, 7th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, killed in action in France.   SS
21st April 1918 Pte Ernest George SMITH, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
22nd April 1918 Pte George Albert James BLACKMORE, 16th Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   SM
22nd April 1918 Pte Edwin Walter BLOODWORTH, 24th Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in Palestine.   CK   CKC
22nd April 1918 Pte William Edward CHURCH, 15th Battalion Sherwood Foresters, killed in action in France.   CH   BC   GO   AS
22nd April 1918 2nd Air Mechanic Henry Greville MARSHALL, Royal Air Force, died of illness in UK.   CH   GR
23rd April 1918 Pte Ernest Edward ATTWOOD, 4th Battalion Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE
24th April 1918 LCpl Cyril Henry COX, 2nd Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   GR
24th April 1918 Sgt Harold Cyril LACEY, 2/5th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   LU   LK   LKC   GR
24th April 1918 Drummer Edward George RICKETTS, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
25th April 1918 Major Henry Roger HOWMAN, 13th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   SV
25th April 1918 Pte William Ernest LONG, 2/5th Battalion London Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
25th April 1918 Pte Ernest James SEALEY, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC
26th April 1918 Pte Percy ARKELL, 13th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died in Belgium.   CH   PE   SA
26th April 1918 Pte Charles DUTTON, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
26th April 1918 Pte Charles Ernest Sydney FRY, 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CK   CKC
26th April 1918 Cpl Ernest James KEELING, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   CC
26th April 1918 2Lt Frank Hobbs HUDSON, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   AS   GR
26thApril 1918 Sgt Harry SUCH, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, died of illness in UK.   CH
27th April 1918 Pte Albert Edward BURCHER, 9th Battalion Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   PJ
29th April 1918 Pte Albert Henry COX, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PJ
29th April 1918 Pte Thomas Henry FRY, 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CK   CKC   GR
29th April 1918 Pte John Walter HACK,   2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   SA
29th April 1918 Sgt Alfred SAUNDERS, 11th Battalion Suffolk Regiment, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   SJS
29th April 1918 Pte Albert Edward SEABORNE, 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   SJS
30th April 1918 Cpl Hubert Chamberlain VALE, 3rd Battalion Australian Imperial Force, died of wounds in UK.   CH
30th April 1918 Sgt Albert John PRICE, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CK   CKC   GR
30th April 1918 Pte Richard Insall ROBBINS, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, killed in action in France.   BC
1st May 1918 2Lt Arnold ALDRICH, 1/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in Italy.   CH   LK   LKC
2nd May 1918 Pte Arthur Harvey HOWES, 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
8th May 1918 LCpl Horace LOCKE, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE
9th May 1918 Lt Fleming NEWTON, Royal Air Force, killed in aerial combat in France.   PJ
10th May 1918 Pte William Ernest FISHER, 1/4th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, killed in action in Palestine.   CH   JN   SM
11th May 1918 Pte William COOMBE, Army Service Corps, died in UK.   CK   CKC
13th May 1918 LCpl Edgar LOCK, Royal Engineers, died of wounds in France.   CH   CA
15th May 1918 Lt Charles Kenneth FLOWER, Royal Air Force, killed in aerial combat in France.   CH
18th May 1918 Gnr Percy William BARNES, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CH   AS
18th May 1918 LCpl Reginald Charles HOLDER, 2/7th Bn Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   BC   SO   CL
19th May 1918 Gnr Walter Edgar BRASINGTON, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   JN
22nd May 1918 Pte Stanley James UNDERHILL, 1st Bn Glos Regt, killed in action in France.   CH   AS   CA   LU   COL
24th May 1918 Pte Francis Herbert WEBB, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   BC
25th May 1918 Pte James Harold AYLAND, 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CK   CKC
27th May 1918 2Lt Owen Loftus DESAGES, 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   COL
27th May 1918 2Lt Francis James Neville DICKS, 8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   LU
27th May 1918 Lt William Saville JONES, 4th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers. killed in action in France.   CH   DC
27th May 1918 LCpl Frank Edward PREECE, 2nd Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
27th May 1918 Pte Frank SAVAGE, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   MK
29th May 1918 Sgt Frank Job ARTER, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SS
29th May 1918 2Lt Charles Reynolds COOK, 2nd Battalion Hampshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   HT   CA
29th May 1918 Pte Jesse WILLIAMS, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, attached Royal Field Artillery, died in France.   CH
30th May 1918 Cpl Alfred John DAVIS, 9th Battalion Norfolk Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   LU   SJS
30th May 1918 Pte Harry Frederick RANDALL, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   HA
1st June 1918 Pte Henry Vansittart CLARK, 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA
5th June 1918 Captain Hugh Langton HORNBY, MC, 8th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died of wounds in UK.   CH   COL
8th June 1918 2Lt Lionel Winnington FORDE, 6th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   COL
10th June 1918 Captain Sydney Vyvyan TREVENEN, MC, died of wounds in France.   CH   COL   SS   CC
13th June 1918 Pte Thomas John GRINNELL, Machine Gun Corps, died of wounds in UK.   CH   PA
15th June 1918 Pte Charles Arthur COLES, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Italy.   CH   PA   JN
15th June 1918 Pte Gilbert Norman OLIVER, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Italy.   CH   AS
15th June 1918 Pte George Henry ORGAN, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Italy.   CH   LU
16th June 1918 Pte Albert Edward HARRISON, 1/6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Italy.   CH
16th June 1918 Sgt Charles Peter WILKS, Royal Army Medical Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   AS   SG   PO   OStJ   SJAB
17th June 1918 Captain Maurice Desmond QUILL, Royal Marine Artillery, accidentally killed in UK.   LK   LKC   COL
17th June 1918 LCpl Arthur Herbert SMITH, 7th Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
21st June 1918 Pte James RUSSELL, 3rd Battalion Australian Imperial Force, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
21st June 1918 LCpl William Charles STROUD, 2/5th Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, died as a POW in Germany.   CH   SA   SJS
22nd June 1918 Pte William James EVANS, 2/7th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died of wounds in UK.   CH   HT   HTS
22nd June 1918 Pte James Stewart OLIVER, 19th Battalion Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
24th June 1918 LCpl Arthur Henry GRAY, Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed in action at sea.   CH   PA
25th June 1918 Cpl George Henry GREENING, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   LU
27th June 1918 Pte Thomas Frederick COUSINS, Labour Corps, died of illness in France.   CH   PE   SM
28th June 1918 Signaller Ernest Godfrey DICKS, Royal Navy, SS Queen, killed in action at sea off Spain.   CH   LU
28th June 1918 Pte Archibald Victor GABB, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SS
28th June 1918 Ssgt Sidney George LITTLE, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
29th June 1918 Pte Arthur John CLEMENTS, 11th Battalion East Lancashire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
29th June 1918 Lt Reginald Edward GUISE, MC, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   PR   PRC
29th June 1918 Pte William George PAGE, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE   SA   SM
29th June 1918 Gnr Robert Edmund TIMMS, 521st Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CH
5th July 1918 Lt Noel Rawstorne Wilkinson KAY, Royal Horse Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CH   COL
6th July 1918 Pte William Henry CAUDLE, Army Service Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH   GR   LK   LKC
11th July 1918 Pte Augustus Frederick GIBBONS, Glos Regt, 154 TF Depot Bristol, DOI UK.   CH   PJ
12th July 1918 Lt George Frederick DELMAR-WILLIAMSON, RAF, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   CC   LK   LKC   COL
12th July 1918 Captain Douglas Ridley Clunes GABELL, Royal Air Force, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   SV   COL
16th July 1918 Pte Herbert Owen CASSIDY, 1st Battalion East Lancashire Regiment, died of illness in France.   CH   SS
16th July 1918 Pte Edwin Charles SHIPWAY, 6th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   BC
16th July 1918 Pte Harry BEVAN, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
16th July 1918 Pte John HOLTHAM, 1/8th Battalion Manchester Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE   SM
17th July 1918 Spr Samuel Boulton BOURNE, Royal Engineers, died of illness in France.   CK   CKC
17th July 1918 Pte Charles FOSTER, 1/7th Essex Regiment, died in Palestine.   CH   MK   GR   WE
20th July 1918 Pte Frank GOODHALL, 5th Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   PE
20th July 1918 Pte Sydney KIDD, 46th Bn Machine Gun Corps, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
21st July 1918 Pte Percy Wasley CAUDLE, 38th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in France.   CH
22nd July 1918 Pte William George HARKER, 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died of illness in France.   CH   PA   SJS
23rd July 1918 Pte Francis Thomas STEPHENS, 13th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH
24th July 1918 Air Mechanic Frederick Gerald STRANGE, Royal Air Force, died of illness in UK.   CH   HT   GR
25th July 1918 Pte Arthur James SKEEN, 2/4th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
28th July 1918 Pte William John Robert CALDWELL, 10th Bn Glos Regt, died of illness as a POW in France.   CH   PA
29th July 1918 Lt Reginald HAWKINS, Royal Air Force, accidentally killed in France.   CH   CA   HA   GR   CK   CKC
30th July 1918 Pte William ASHCROFT, 2nd Bn Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   SA   SM
1st August 1918 Captain John Champain TANNER, Royal Air Force, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   AS   LU   COL
2nd August 1918 Pte William Henry BROOKS, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   LU   SM
8th August 1918 Sgt George Lombard CANNOCK, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, killed in action in France.   CH   ST
9th August 1918 Captain William Henry VIVEASH, Tank Corps, killed in action in France.   GR
10th August 1918 2Lt Christopher John Claud SCHUSTER, 5th Battalion Rifle Brigade, killed in action in France.   SS
10th August 1918 Pte William Herbert STALLARD, 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
12th August 1918 Pte Thomas PEACHEY, 13th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
13th August 1918 Spr Arthur Francis HUNT, Royal Engineers, accidentally killed in France.   CH
17th August 1918 Pte Leonard Brummel CLARK, 16th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, killed in action in France.   CH   SG
18th August 1918 Pte Herbert Edward BERRY, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in Salonica.   CH   BE
18th August 1918 LCpl Albert DIX, 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
18th August 1918 Pte Edward Lancelot RAWLINGS, 1/7th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH   SM
19th August 1918 Cpl Walter Edward JONES, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
21st August 1918 Pte Charles George FISHER, 2/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
21st August 1918 Pte George Edward HARVEY, 7th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC
21st August 1918 Cpl Francis George SHARP, 7th Battalion Tank Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   ST
23rd August 1918 Pte Thomas DAVIS, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   SM
23rd August 1918 Pte Percy FROWEN, 7th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in France.   PE
23rd August 1918 LCpl Arthur Moss LOVELL, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
23rd August 1918 Cpl Albert Victor Thomas MARGETTS, 16th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
24th August 1918 Pte Sydney MANSBRIDGE, 2nd Battalion Auckland Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   GR
25th August 1918 Pte Cyril Ernest DUNFORD, Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH
25th August 1918 Sgt Theodore WATTS, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
26th August 1918 Pte Ernest James LEA, 5th Battalion Devonshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   SM
27th August 1918 Pte Sidney Leonard DEAN, 1st Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   HT
27th August 1918 Lt Guy Frederick Beckham HANDLEY, MC*, killed in action in France.   AS   PR   PRC   COL
29th August 1918 Pte Frank Ernest Sidney COX, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in UK.   CH
30th August 1918 Pte Charles Lyall GARDNER, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   GR
30th August 1918 Pte Reginald Harry MAY, 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
30th August 1918 Pte Reginald Charles TURNER, 2/4th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
30th August 1918 Captain Vere Edward Osbaldeston WELCH, 5th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
31st August 1918 Pte Albert Edward HOPKINS, 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   ST
31st August 1918 Gnr John Edward LEWIS, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in France.   BC
31st August 1918 Pte Charles NIBLETT, 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   HA   PO
1st September 1918 Pte Leonard Henry COX, 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
1st September 1918 Rfn Charles ELLIOTT, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH
1st September 1918 Pte Sidney Howard HASLUM, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Salonica.   CH   HT   SM
1st September 1918 Pte John Lee PRICE, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in Salonica.   CH   LU
2nd September 1918 LCpl Walter Wyn BIDDLE, Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   CH   CC   SA
4th September 1918 AB Percival Thomas FILDES, RNVR, Hood Battalion, Royal Naval Division, killed in action in France.   PR   PRC
4th September 1918 Pte Albert Harold JACOBS, 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   LU   HA   SA   GR
6th September 1918 Major Roger GRESLEY, MC, Royal Field Artillery, died of wounds in France.   SS
7th September 1918 LCpl William Arthur BERRY, Royal Engineers, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
11th September 1918 LCpl Edward Arkell BROOKES, 18th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
11th September 1918 Pte Frank Roland GREEN, 18th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
11th September 1918 Gnr Harry JAMES, Royal Garrison Artillery, accidentally killed in France.   CH   LU
11th September 1918 Pte Albert Edward PARRY, 18th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CC
11th September 1918 Pte Alfred Percy PRICE, 18th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   BC
12th September 1918 LCpl Frank Reginald BALLINGER, 7th Battalion Norfolk Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
12th September 1918 LCpl Henry Richard DODWELL, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   BE
12th September 1918 2Lt Lionel Bruce MABY, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, killed in action in France.   AS   PR   PRC   COL
13th September 1918 Pnr Arthur Cecil Joseph RUSSELL, 30th Railway Labour Company RE, died of illness in UK.   CH   SM   PA
17th September 1918 Pte Henry Arthur Packer DUNN, 1/5th Battalion South Lancashire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
18th September 1918 Rfn John Charles CLAPHAM, 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade, died of wounds in UK.   CH   CK   CKC   PA   SM
18th September 1918 Pte Edgar Alan GATER, 2nd Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LU   JN   CA   GR
18th September 1918 Gnr John HYDE, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CH
18th September 1918 Lt Eric Lawrence THOMAS, 13th Battalion Welsh Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LU
19th September 1918 Pte Arthur Vincent Edward MOXEY, 6th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE
22nd September 1918 Pte Austin John Bert GOULDING, Labour Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH   CC
23rd September 1918 Pte Albert Ernest DRIVER, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died in Mesopotamia.   CH   PE
23rd September 1918 Cpl William Daniel MANSELL, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in Salonica.   BC
24th September 1918 Pte Walter Sidney Stanley MARTIN, 2nd Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   AS
24th September 1918 Pte George Thomas SKEEN, 7th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
25th September 1918 Pte Charles Henry FOXWELL, 1/8th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, died of wounds in France.   CK   HA
27th September 1918 Pte Francis Walter BUTLER, 14th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LU
27th September 1918 Pte Alfred CALEY, 1/8th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH
27th September 1918 Pte Victor Charles GODWIN, Royal Marine Light Infantry, died of wounds in France.   CH   MK
27th September 1918 Pte William Melville GOODALL, Machine Gun Corps, died of wounds in France.   PR
27th September 1918 Gnr Frederick Charles JENNINGS, 21st Bty/4th Bde Canadian Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC
27th September 1918 2Lt Noel John Gilbert RUSSELL, Royal Field Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CH   AS   COL
28th September 1918 Pte William George ALDRIDGE, 14th Battalion Warwickshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   BC
28th September 1918 2Lt Wilfred Varnish BARRETT, MM, 16th Bn Royal Warks Regt, died of wounds in France.   CH   LK   LKC   PJ 
28th September 1918 Ssgt Robert Stanley BOURNE, Royal Engineers, died of wounds in UK.   CH
28th September 1918 2Lt Denis Godfrey EAGER, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   AS   BC
28th September 1918 Cpl Charles SKEY, 1st Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
29th September 1918 Lt Douglas Woulfe HAY, MC, 6th (Res) Battalion Middlesex Regiment att 1st Battalion, killed in action in France.   CH   COL
29th September 1918 Pte Frederick James NEWMAN, 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   MK
30th September 1918 Pte William BLACKWELL, 2/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died in UK.   CH   PE
30th September 1918 Pte Wilfred George RUCK, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CK   CKC
1st October 1918 Captain Ebenezer Archibald BOYLE, 8th Battalion Canadian Infantry, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
1st October 1918 Pte Cecil Wilfred Clark POWELL, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in Salonika.   CH   SJS
2nd October 1918 Pte John Thomas BRYANT, 6th Battalion East Kent Regiment, died as a POW in Germany.   CH   JN
3rd October 1918 Pte George Alfred BEARD, 1st Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   SM
4th October 1918 Pte Wilfred BULLOCK, Machine Gun Corps, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE   SA
5th October 1918 Pte James Harold Gilbert FENNELL, 1st Bn Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   SA   SM
6th October 1918 AB Frank Harry BOWSTEAD, Royal Navy, HMS Powerful, died in UK.   CH   PE
6th October 1918 Pte Arthur MOORMAN, 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LK   LKC   BE
7th October 1918 Captain Vivian Telfer PEMBERTON, MC, Royal Garrison Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH   COL
8th October 1918 Gnr Arthur Ernest ALLSOPP, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA
8th October 1918 Sgt Albert Edward BASSETT, 3rd Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in France.   CH   AS
8th October 1918 Pnr Michael SHEEN, Labour Corps, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE
9th October 1918 Cpl James ASTON, 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   PE
9th October 1918 LCpl Frederick Arthur NIND, 15th Battalion Durham Light Infantry, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   JN   HT   HTS
9th October 1918 Lt Valentine Wolfton OAKLEY-BROWN, 3rd Dragoon Guards, killed in action in France.   CH   HT   GR
10th October 1918 Pte Frank ROWLAND, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in Salonica.   CH   AS
10th October 1918 Pte Thomas Harry WHITE, Hampshire Yeomanry, killed at sea off Holyhead.   CH   SJ   SJS
11th October 1918 Pte Leonard William LANGSTON, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   HTS
12th October 1918 Rfn Edward Victor SKINNER, 16th Battalion Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   HT   HTS
12th October 1918 Pte Albert Edward John WINSTONE, 2nd Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CKC
13th October 1918 Cpl Arthur Reginald GREEN, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, died of illness in UK.   CH   HA   PJ
14th October 1918 Pte Charles COX, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE   GO
14th October 1918 Captain Eric Whitmore FISHER, 118th Punjab Infantry, Indian Army, died of illness in India.   CH
14th October 1918 Sgt Leslie Howard SURMAN, 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   BC   SO   GR   CL
14th October 1918 Pte Wallace WILLIAMS, 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PA   AS
15th October 1918 Commander Stephen BOWLE-EVANS, Royal Navy, HMS Hyacinth, died of illness in South Africa.   CH   CC
15th October 1918 Pte Arthur Thomas HIRON, 1/6th Bn North Staffordshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PA   HA   HTS
15th October 1918 Pte Bert HOOPER, 3rd Battalion South Wales Borderers, died in UK.   CH   SJ
15th October 1918 2Lt John Faulkner LEFEAUX, Royal Horse Artillery, died of wounds in Belgium.   CH   GR   LK   LKC
16th October 1918 Pte Dennis Norman SHEEPWAY, 7th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, died of wounds in France.   CKC
16th October 1918 Pte Edward John TAYLOR, South Wales Borderers, died of wounds in UK.   CH   PE
17th October 1918 Pte Frederick TOWNLEY, 5th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH
18th October 1918 Pte Reginald Wilfred EVANS, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA
18th October 1918 Pte Horace David THOMAS, 7th Battalion Wiltshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   CC
19th October 1918 Pte Arthur George CLAPHAM, 53rd Battalion Hampshire Regiment, died in UK.   EPA
19th October 1918 Pte Henry Francis HALLING, Labour Corps, died in Belgium.   CH   PE
19th October 1918 LCpl Charles Henry LEACH, Royal Field Artillery, died of illness in India.   CH
19th October 1918 Pte Leigh Henry POWIS, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   SJS
19th October 1918 Gnr Arthur Charles SMITH, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of illness in France.   CH   JN
21st October 1918 Dvr Arthur Henry BURROWS, Army Service Corps, died of illness in India.   CH   AS
22nd October 1918 Pte Edward William BARNETT, 7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH
22nd October 1918 Pte Archibald Thomas KING, Army Service Corps, died in UK.   AS   CK   CKC
22nd October 1918 Pte Alexander John YATES, 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, killed in action in Belgium.   CH   PE
23rd October 1918 Pte Charles WELLER, 1st Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, killed in action in France.   PA
23rd October 1918 Pte George Henry BUTLER, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   LU
23rd October 1918 Spr Sidney Herbert Baylis MADDER, Royal Engineers, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
23rd October 1918 Pte Leigh MANSELL, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   BC
23rd October 1918 Sgt Albert William STEPHENS, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   EH
24th October 1918 2Lt Charles Wallace BOYCE, 1/4th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PA   PJ
24th October 1918 Gnr Henry James CATER, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of illness in Palestine.   CH
24th October 1918 Pte Harry Alfred MARSHALL, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died as a POW in Germany.   CH   MK
24th October 1918 Pte John William Lance SLEE, 15th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CK   CKC
24th October 1918 Gnr Arthur SMITH, Royal Field Artillery, died of illness in UK.   CH
25th October 1918 Captain William Henry BOWSHER, MC, 20th Battalion Manchester Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
25th October 1918 Pnr Hubert William Duncan BREWSTER, Royal Engineers, died of illness in France.   CH   PA
25th October 1918 Colonel Arthur Houssemayne DU BOULAY, DSO, CDG, Royal Engineers, died of illness in France.   CH   AS   COL
25th October 1918 Pte Frank Leslie PARKER, 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards, killed in action in France.   PR   PRC
25th October 1918 LCpl Charles Sidney TOWNSEND, Royal Engineers, died of illness in France.   CH   PJ
25th October 1918 Captain Stephen William WHATELEY, 1st Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers, died of wounds in France.   AS
26th October 1918 Lt Laurence William Newberry BOSCHETTI, Royal Navy, HM Patrol Vessel P32, died in UK.   PR
26th October 1918 Pte William Newcombe, Royal Army Veterinary Corps, died of illness in UK.   HT
26th October 1918 Cpl Ernest John OLIVER, Royal Engineers, died of illness in France.   CH   AS
27th October 1918 Sgt Percy Henry BRILL, 1/10th Battalion Middlesex Regiment, died of illness in India.   CH   LU
27th October 1918 Pte Ernest DAVIS, Army Service Corps, died of illness in UK.   PE
27th October 1918 Pte Ernest Frederick GRIFFIN, 8th Battalion Devonshire Regiment, killed in action in Italy.   CH   PE   MK   JN
27th October 1918 Pte Edwin Thomas SHILLUM, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CK   CKC
27th October 1918 Major Edmund Arthur SWINHOE, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army, died of illness in India.   CH   SS
28th October 1918 Pte George Edward COOK, 15th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH
28th October 1918 Lt Col Henry Montford GARDNER, 9th Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH   CC
28th October 1918 Lt Peter HOPCRAFT, Royal Air Force, killed in aerial combat in France.   BC   SO   CL
28th October 1918 Member Elizabeth Hannah Jane ROBERTS, Women's Royal Air Force, died of illness in UK.   UC
28th October 1918 Spr George STUBBS, Royal Engineers, died of illness in UK.   CH   PE
29th October 1918 Pte Bertram Frank WINDIATE, Machine Gun Corps, killed in action in France.   CH   BC
30th October 1918 2Lt Albert STRACHAN, Labour Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH   SS
31st October 1918 Pte Ernest DUTFIELD, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness as a POW in Germany.   CK   CKC
1st November 1918 Cpl William BEAMES, MM, 2nd Battalion Leinster Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH
1st November 1918 Pte Ernest MORTEN, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
1st November 1918 Able Seaman Herbert Spencer RICH, Royal Navy, HM Submarine G7, lost at sea in Submarine G7.   PE
1st November 1918 Pte Gilbert John WALTON, Royal Army Medical Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH
2nd November 1918 Pte Henry Thomas BARNES, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   BC   SO   GO
2nd November 1918 Sapper Frederick Alfred FARR, Royal Engineers, died in France.   CH   SS
2nd November 1918 Pte Edgar Percy WARNER, 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
3rd November 1918 Driver George EVANS, Army Service Corps, killed in action in France.   CH
3rd November 1918 Pte Alfred Edwin HARDING, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH
3rd November 1918 Stoker Frederick MILLS, Royal Navy, HMS Benbow, died of illness in UK.   CH
3rd November 1918 Pte Harry OAKEY, Army Service Corps, died as a Prisoner of War in Germany.   BC   GO
3rd November 1918 Major Greville Havergal SHAW, 12th Battalion Canadian Expeditionary Force, killed in action in France.   CH   COL
4th November 1918 Pte Frederick Harry BURROWS, 3rd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, killed in action in France.   CH   CK   CKC
4th November 1918 Sgt Maj Charles CHAMBERLAIN, Royal Field Artillery, killed in action in France.   CH
4th November 1918 Dvr Charles Albert HALL, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of wounds in UK.   CH
4th November 1918 Pte Christopher JOHNSTONE, Army Service Corps, died of illness in France.   CH
4th November 1918 Cpl Henry MATTHEWS, 1/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   PE
4th November 1918 Pte Walter John PURVEUR, 2/4th Bn Hampshire Regiment, died of wounds in France.   CH   PE   HT   HTS   EPA
4th November 1918 Driver William Howard SMITH, Army Service Corps, died of illness in Egypt.   CH   PA
5th November 1918 Cpl William Henry JORDAN, Labour Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH
5th November 1918 Cpl William SHELLAM, 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in Salonica.   CH
5th November 1918 Pte Charles Warwick TERRY, Inns of Court Officer Training Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH
5th November 1918 Pte Leonard Rees TOMLINSON, 1/4th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry, died of illness in France.   BD
6th November 1918 Pte William Spencer CURTIS, 2/4th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   GR
7th November 1918 Lt Joseph Henry HORNBY, Royal Engineers, killed in action in France.   CH   COL
9th November 1918 Cpl Gervase Winford Stovin ALINGTON, MM*, 17th Battalion London Regiment, killed in action in France.   CH   AS
9th November 1918 Cpl Frank DENNETT,  Army Service Corps, died of illness in France.   CH
10th November 1918 Pte John William CRADDOCK, 9th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in UK.   CH   PE
11th November 1918 Captain Duncan Ronald Gordon MACKAY, DFC, Royal Air Force, died of wounds in France.   CH   COL
11th November 1918 Pte Lewis WILLIAMS, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment,  died in France.   CK   CKC
16th November 1918 Pte Harold William WOODWARD, 2nd Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, died of wounds of France.   CH   JN   SH
17th November 1918 LCpl Douglas Eliot BEAK, 1/7th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, died of illness in Aden.   CH   LU
17th November 1918 LCpl William COSIER, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in France.   CH   PE
17th November 1918 Gnr Harry WILLIAMS, Royal Field Artillery, died of illness in Mesopotamia.   CH   PA
18th November 1918 Captain Philip Wyndham BRODIE, Royal Air Force, died of illness in Italy.   CH   PJ
19th November 1918 Captain John Charles Moore FERGUSON, 9th Bn Bedfordshire Regiment, died of illness in France.   CH   LU   COL
19th November 1918 Air Mechanic Arthur Herbert WILLS, Royal Air Force, died in France.   CK   HA
20th November 1918 Pte Frederick HALL, Wiltshire Regiment, died in UK.   LK   LKC
21st November 1918 Chaplain William Henry HEADING, Army Chaplains Department, died of illness in UK.   CH
23rd November 1918 Pte Thomas Charles CHERRINGTON, Machine Gun Corps, accidentally killed in France.   CK   CKC   CKB
25th November 1918 Pte Henry Joseph PITMAN, Canadian Army Medical Corps, died of illness in UK.   PJ   GR
27th November 1918 Lt Herbert Charles CRADDOCK, Royal Air Force, accidentally killed in UK.   CH   PA
27th November 1918 Pte Frederick HICKS, 3rd Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment, died in UK.   CH
27th November 1918 Pte Cyril George LLOYD, 19th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, died of illness in France.   CH   PA
29th November 1918 Gnr Joseph George CHAMBERLAIN, Royal Field Artillery, died of illness in France.   CH   PO
5th December 1918 Pte Alfred James HOOPER, Royal Air Force, died of illness in France.   CH   JN   SJS
7th December 1918 Pte William Charles CREED, 5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died in UK.   PE
7th December 1918 Major Atholl Murray MACGREGOR, MC, South African Artillery, died of illness in Italy.   CH   DC
11th December 1918 Pte Percy Edwin GODWIN, Army Service Corps, died of illness in France.   CH   SS
14th December 1918 Gnr Wilfred Francis Cyril VINER, Royal Field Artillery, died of illness in Salonica.   CK   CKC
15th December 1918 Gnr William Albert CHAMBERS, Royal Field Artillery, died of illness in Egypt.   CH   SJ
15th December 1918 Sig Sidney Alfred THOMAS, 19th Hussars, accidentally killed in Germany.   CH   PA
15th December 1918 Lt Charles Albert John WARD, Indian Army Reserve of Officers, died of illness at sea.   CH   LK   LKC
16th December 1918 LCpl Sidney Charles STROUD, 1/9th Battalion London Regiment, died of wounds in UK.   CH   SM
19th December 1918 Sgt Henry Thompson DARTNALL, Royal Army Medical Corps, accidentally killed in France.   CH   AS   GR
23rd December 1918 Lt Albert Victor HAWKER, 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of illness in France.   CH   AS   CC   SA   GR
24th December 1918 Spr Arthur Edward NEWCOMBE, Royal Engineers, died of illness in UK.   CK   CKC
24th December 1918 Pte Arthur William PULHAM, 1st Battalion Glos Regt, died of illness as a released POW in Germany.   CH   EPA

424 Cheltonians lost their lives in 1918.

37 were killed or died of wounds during the first week of the German Offensive in March

6 were killed in action on 31st March, serving with 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

82 were killed or died during October alone.

28 were killed or died in November prior to the Armistice on the 11th November

17 died in November after the Armistice, and 13 died in December.

43 died between October and December as a result of the influenza epidemic.

 

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