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

 

 

   Cheltonians Who Gave Their Lives in the Great War

Timeline Post - 1918


This page lists in chronological order the official date of death, post 1918, of those Cheltonian and other local servicemen

 who lost their lives as a result of the Great War

24th January 1919

2Lt John Roland BARRATT, RASC, died of illness in France.   CH   AS

27th January 1919

Cpl Sidney PITMAN, RE, died of illness in UK.   BC   GO

28th January 1919

Cpl Frank WILLIAMS, RASC, died of illness in France.   HA

29th January 1919

Cpl Harry SEATES, RAMC, accidentally killed in East Africa.   CH

30th January 1919

Pte Alick James Tyler HARRIS, Royal West Kent Regt, died of illness in UK.   CH   PE

3rd February 1919

Pte James Ernest BOWSTEAD, 1st Bn Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.  CH  PE

3rd February 1919

Cpl Douglas CLEE, RAF, died of illness in UK.   CH   GR

6th February 1919

Cpl George CHALK, RASC, died of illness in UK.   CH

7th February 1919

Pte Robert George FRY, 7th Bn Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.   CH

11th February 1919

Gnr Reginald EGGLETON, RFA, died of illness in UK.   CH   PR   PRC

12th February 1919

Major Robert Henry GROWSE, RASC, died of illness in Germany.   CH

14th February 1919

Sgt Henry WIDDOWS, 3rd Bn Welsh Regiment, died of illness in UK.   HT

27th February 1919

Dvr George (Dick) ROBINSON, RASC, died of illness in UK.   BC  SO  CL

28th February 1919

LCpl George Edwin Arthur BRAZENER, Labour Corps, died of illness in France.   CH   CK   CKC

28th February 1919

Spr Albert Edward HOWLETT, RE, died of illness in France.   CH

28th February 1919

Pte Percy John TUSTIN, 15th Bn Hants Regt, died of illness in UK.   PA   PR   PRC

3rd March 1919

Pte E J PASS, 2/5th Bn Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.   UC

7th March 1919

Pte Leslie Robert NEWCOMBE, 7th Bn Canadian Inf, died of illness in Belgium.   CK   CKC

12th March 1919

Major Arthur McCulloch INGLIS, 2nd Bn Glos Regt and Tank Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH   PR   PRC

14th March 1919

Tpr Wilson Barrett WINTER, Royal Wilts Yeomanry, died of accidental injuries in Ireland.   CH

21st March 1919

CQMS John William ONION, 28th Bn London Regt, died of illness in UK.   CH

22nd March 1919

Pte Frederick Walter REILLY, Depot Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.   LK   LKC

26th March 1919

Major Stafford Reichel REEVES, Royal Garrison Artillery, died of illness in India.   CH

2nd April 1919

Cpl Frederick LAPWORTH, Army Service Corps, died in accident in UK.   CH   SA

16th April 1919

Pte Charles LISMORE, RASC, died of illness in Ireland.   CH

1st May 1919

Sgt Frederick Lionel BEACHAM, RFA, died of wounds in UK.   CH

30th May 1919

SSgt Herbert LAWRIE, 8th Hussars, died of illness in UK.   SS

19th June 1919

Lt Cmdr Arthur Falkenberg POWELL, RN, died of illness in UK.   CH

26th August 1919

Brig John Gordon GEDDES, General Staff, died of illness in UK.   CH

26th August 1919

Cmdr Sebald Walter Bluett GREEN, DSO, RN, died of wounds in Russia.   SS

28th September 1919

Gnr Harold Edgar FOGERTY, Royal Marine Artillery, died of illness in UK.   CH

2nd October 1919

LCpl Henry Fielder MERRETT, Machine Gun Corps, died of illness in UK.   BC

6th October 1919

Captain Piercy John McQueen MOTTRAM, Indian Army, killed in action in Afghanistan.   CH

6th October 1919

Captain James Ferrard DEARDEN, 1st Bn Royal Fusiliers, died of illness in UK.   CH

14th December 1919

Cpl Benjamin MUNDAY, 17th Bn Worcestershire Regiment, died of illness in UK.   CH   SA

6th January 1920

Pte Walter James ROFF, 13th Bn Somerset Light Infantry, died of illness in UK.   CH

12th January 1920

Pte Richard FLETCHER, Royal Army Service Corps, died of wounds in Mesopotamia.   CH

18th January 1920

Pte Ernest Vernon FOGERTY, Depot Royal Air Force, died of illness in UK.   CH

9th February 1920

Dvr Frederick George LODGE, Royal Field Artillery, died of wounds in USA.   CH

26th February 1920

LCpl Ernest Herbert SMITH, 18th Bn KRRC, died of illness in Germany.   CK   CKC

7th March 1920

Pte Clement Horace HARPER, 13th Bn Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.   CH

10th March 1920

LCpl Christopher George MORGAN, Army Ordnance Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH

17th March 1920

Pte William Bernard Henry LINDSEY, 2/5th Bn Glos Regt, died of wounds in UK.  UC

27th March 1920

Pre Charles Frederick CLEMENTS, 1/5th Bn Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.   CH   SM

2nd May 1920

LCpl Frederick John ADDIS, 1/5th Bn Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.   CK   CKC

29th July 1920

Pte Edward WILLIAMS, 9th Bn Glos Regt, died of illness in UK.   CH   SM   PE

30th July 1920

Pte Reginald Ashwin COOPER, Machine Gun Corps, died of illness in UK.   SH

20th September 1920

Pte John Joseph DOUGHERTY, 11th Bn Royal Irish Rangers, died of illness in UK.   CH   LU

23rd September 1920

Pte William Joseph GREEN, RE, died of illness in UK.   CH

11th December 1920

CSM Charles William CROWTHER, Labour Corps, died of illness in UK.   SM

21st January 1921

Pte William Charles HUMPHRIES,  Labour Corps, died of illness in UK.   CH   BE

4th February 1921

SSgt Simon ELLIOT, RASC, died of illness in UK.   CH

21st February 1921

Pte Alfred John WILLIAMS, 1st Bn KSLI, died of illness in UK.   CH

20th April 1921

Cpl Francis Howard PARGETER, Royal Berks Regt and Labour Corps, died of wounds in UK.   UC

6th May 1921

Spr John Joseph BARROW, RE, died of illness in UK.   CH

21st July 1921

Stoker Albert Henry PRICE, RN, HMS New Zealand, died of illness in UK.   CH

21st August 1921

Sig Arthur Frederick JENKINS, RE, died in Mesopotamia,   CH

25th October 1921

Pte William LARGE, PPCLI, died of illness in Canada.   BC

11th February 1926

Pte William Elliott COOK, 8th Bn Canadian Inf, died of illness in UK.   BD

2nd October 1947

Pte W J Wixey - Cheltenham Parish Church Boys School Roll of Honour.

1954

Pte J E Drinkwater - Salem Baptist Church Roll of Honour.

16th June 1971

Pte Valentine Walter FRY, Glos Regt.   Cheltenham War Memorial.

1971

Pte J E Chamberlain - Cheltenham War Memorial.

1971

Pte Harry Victor Cripps NUNNEY, Labour Corps.   Badgeworth (Holy Trinity) Roll of Honour.

61 Cheltonians died after hostilities had ended.

The Great War officially ended on 12th August 1921.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Page last updated:   7th July 2018

 

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