Roll of Honour
St Mary's Church, Charlton Kings
|Location: Church Street, Charlton Kings||Grid Reference: SO 965205|
|Unveiled: 14th August 1920||Names listed on this War Memorial: 116|
|Last Visited: September 2002||UKNIWM Ref: In due course|
Inscriptions on this War Memorial: (At the top) Pray for the souls of those from this Parish who fell in the Great War 1914 - 1919 to whose memory the Roll is erected.
(At the bottom) Grant them O Lord eternal rest and let light perpetual shine upon them.
Alphabetical list of names on this War Memorial
Addis F J *
Billings S W
Bloodworth E W
Bloxsome A E
Bloxsome W J
Bracher V *
Brookes H F
Brown W M *
Butler H *
Chandler W *
Chapman G *
Cherrington T C
Clapham C *
Clifford W J
Clissold G J
Coombes W *
Drake W H *
Dudfield E *
Fawcett F *
Fry C E S *
Fry T H *
Gammon T *
Gardner J A
Gray B J
Hale F G *
Hall A J
Harris T W
Harvey G E
Hawkins A *
Hawkins R *
Heberden A C
Hennel A *
Hodgson E G
Jennings F *
Jones C F
King A T *
Lawrence A J *
Lovesy F J
Matthews M *
Mayo A E
Newbury E M
Newcombe A *
Newcombe L R
Peacey H *
Phillott C G R *
Price A J
Robins E E
Saunders C *
Sims H G *
Sims W A
Slee J W L *
Slee T *
Smith A E
Smith H C
Smith R F
Smith W *
Stephens E *
Stephens J *
Turner W H
Villar R H
Viner W F
Wheeler H J
Wilkes JW *
Williams A J
Williams F B
Willoughby E C
Full details of those listed on this War Memorial can be seen here
Those marked with * should be linked with the notes against their name in the panel below
2. Bracher is commemorated on his parent's grave in St Mary's Churchyard, Charlton Kings.
3. Brown is commemorated on his mother's grave in Charlton Kings Cemetery.
4. Butler was probably the first Cheltonian to be killed in the Great War (24 Aug 1914).
5. Chandler is commemorated on his parent's grave in St Mary's Churchyard, Charlton Kings.
6. Chapman is commemorated on his parent's grave in St Mary's Churchyard, Charlton Kings.
7. Clapham C is probably John Charles Clapham.
8. Coombes is probably William Coombe, who is buried in the Charlton Kings Cemetery.
9. Dudfield is probably Ernest Dutfield.
10. Drake's name was a late addition to this Roll of Honour.
11. Fawcett is also commemorated on a plaque in Cheltenham General Hospital.
12. Fry C E S is commemorated on his father's grave in Charlton Kings Cemetery.
13. Fry T H is commemorated on a relative's grave in St Mary's Churchyard, Charlton Kings.
14. Gammon T is probably Edward Thomas Gammon.
15. Hale is buried in Seaford Cemetery.
16. Hawkins brothers are commemorated on their parent's grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.
17. Hennel is commemorated on his father's grave in St Mary's Churchyard, Charlton Kings.
18. Jennings served in the Canadian Army as David Edward MORRISON.
19. King is buried in the Charlton Kings Cemetery.
20. Lawrence is commemorated on his wife's grave in Charlton Kings Cemetery.
21. Matthews is buried in the Charlton Kings Cemetery.
22. Newcombe A is buried in Cheltenham Cemetery.
23. Newcombe L R is commemorated on his father's grave in Cheltenham Cemetery.
24. Peacey, Stephens E and Stephens J are commemorated on the Winchcombe War Memorial.
25. Phillott is commemorated on his parent's grave in Charlton Kings Cemetery.
26. Saunders is probably Edward Charles Sims Saunders.
27. Sims H G is buried in the Charlton Kings Cemetery.
28. Slee J W L is buried in the Charlton Kings Cemetery.
29. Slee T is buried in Osmondwall Cemetery, Orkney Islands.
30. Smith E is most probably LCpl Ernest Herbert Smith.
32. Wilkes is probably Joseph William Wilks.
33. The following names which appear on the Charlton Kings War Memorial do not appear on this Roll of Honour: Attwood E, Bond A J H, Bond J H, Crooke E H, Crooke H N, Hayward G H, Uzzell F C, Wiggin D H, Wiggin N H, Williams F, Wills A H.
34. Blunt, Causon, Hodson, Sheepway, Ross, Simpson, Smith A, Upstone, White, Willis and Winstone do not appear on the Charlton Kings War Memorial.
35 Commemorations in St Mary's Churchyard can be viewed here.
36. Commemorations in the Charlton Kings Cemetery can be seen here.
37. War graves in Charlton Kings Cemetery can be seen here.
38. Charlton Kings War Memorial can be viewed here.
39. Charlton Kings Working Mens Club Roll of Honour can be viewed here.
40. Charlton Kings Baptist Church Roll of Honour can be seen here.
41. All are commemorated in the Roll of Honour pages.
Page last updated: 22nd June 2013
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