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Roll of Honour 1914


 

The information in this chart has been taken from a printed chart which was obviously intended for public display. It was printed by Frederick Steel & Co., Ltd., Stroud. The chart has many hand written additions probably made at the time of the First World War or very soon afterwards. It was given to me, a year or so before her death in 1995, by my aunt Beata Ashmead. My guess is that she rescued it at some time when the frame became dilapidated and was being thrown out.

The hand written additions are shown in Italics, and amendments have been shown with the original struck through and the amendment in Italics.

Russell Axford.

Rank

Surname

Christian Name

Unit

Remarks

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anderson

Bertram

 

Killed in action June 8 1917

Captain

Anderson

Robert Heath

45th Rattrays Sikhs

Indian Army

Captain

Anderson

Guy Willoughby

26th Punjabis

Indian Army

Lieutenant

Anderson

George Douglas

62nd Punjabis

Indian Army

Private

Ayres

Harry

 

 

 

Bennett

Fred

 

 

Private

Bassett

Giles

3rd Battalion Glosters

 

Private

Bassett

Alfred Charles

1st Battalion the Gloucestershire Regiment

British Expeditionary Force. Wounded Sept, 28th, Battle of the Aisne

Private

Bassett

Sydney

Royal Field Artillery

British Expeditionary Force.

Ships' Corporal

Bassett

Ernest Edward

H.M.S. Euryalus

 

Able Seaman

Bennett

Alfred George

H.M.S. Ocean Drake

 

Private

Bennett

William

3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards

British Expeditionary Force. Killed in action Sept 15th 1916

Able Seaman

Bennett

George Alfred

H.M.S London Drake

 

Private

Bennett

Percy Samuel

10th Battalion The Worcestershire Regiment

 

Private

Boulton

Charles Henry Raynor

1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.

British Expeditionary Force. Wounded Oct. 21st, 1914, at Langemark.

Private Sergeant Major

Brain

William George

1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.

British Expeditionary Force.

Private Corporal

Brain

Thomas Henry

Grenadier Guards

Private

Brain

Walter John

7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Killed in action, August 8th 1915

Private

Brain

Walter John

7th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Killed in action, August 8th 1915

Private Driver

Brain

Arthur James

Army Service Corps (Gloucester and Worcester Brigade)

Private

Butcher

Alfred William

9th Battalion The Worcestershire Regiment

Private

Bennett

Samuel

5th Battalion Glosters

Private

Blanch

Edward

3rd Battalion Glosters

 

Private

Brain

Robert

Army Veterinary Corps

Able Seaman Leading Stoker

Davis

Ernest William

H.M.S. London

 

Private

Davis

Sydney

2nd 1st Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

Regiment arrived in England, from Tientsin, Nov. 15th 1914.

Private

Cratchley

William

11th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Cratchley

Harry

11th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Cratchley

Jesse

Army Ordnance Corps

 

Sapper

Ford

Arthur John

Royal Engineers

British Expeditionary Force.

Private

Edmonds

Oliver

 

 

Private

Gay

Lindsay

 

 

Private

Gay

William

3rd Glosters

 

Bombardier

Giles

George Frederick

Royal Field Artillery

 

Private

Hill

Percy

 

 

Private

Harmer

William

 

Killed in action June 2nd 1917

Private

Harmer

Charles

5th Glosters

 

Private

Harding

Sydney Henry

9th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Harmer

Bertie Edgar

8th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Harmer

Reginald Frank

5th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Harmer

Oliver Mark

9th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

Killed in action May 9th 1917

 

Jones

Archibald

 

 

Private

Knott

Daniel

5th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Lugg

Harold Holder

3rd Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

British Expeditionary Force.

Private

Lugg

William George Herbert

8th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Lugg

Walter Charles

11th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Pollard

Frederick

 

 

Private

Manns

William

3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Manns

Orlando

5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Mills

Charles

5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Mills

William Edward

3rd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Mills

John Ernest

5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Mitchell

Frank Samuel

13th Gloucester's

Private

Mitchell

Charles Maurice

13th Gloucester's

 

Private

Pollard

John

Mechanical Transport Army Service Corps

 

Private

Pearce

Alfred George Bower

3rd Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

Killed in Action Feb 10th 1917

Private

Rosier

Albert

5th Battalion Glosters

 

Private

Powell

Harry

 

 

Private

Rosier

Charles

 

 

Private

Scutt

Harold Victor Alexander

3rd Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Scutt

John Charles Douglas

8th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Scutt

Ernest

2nd Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

Regiment arrived in England, from Tientsin, Nov. 15th 1914.

Petty Officer, 1st Class

Smith

Albert Wilfred

H.M.S. Iron Duke

 

Rifleman

Smith

Charles Hubert

King's Royal Rifles

 

Private

Smith

Wallace

5th Battalion Glosters

 

Private

Taylor

Charles

3rd Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Private

Turner

Ernest

3rd Welsh Regiment

 

Private Sapper

Vick

William

Royal Engineers

 

Sapper

Vick

Albert Henry

Royal Engineers

British Expeditionary Force.

Private

Vick

Walter

11th Worcesters

 

Private

Vick

Henry Harry

Army Veterinary Corps

 

Private Sapper

Vick

Frederick Alfred

Royal Engineers

 

Private

Watkins

Arthur Charles

3rd Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

British Expeditionary Force.

Private

Watkins

Morton Martin

9th Battalion The Gloucestershire Regiment

 

Lance Corporal

Watkins

William

1st Battalion Oxford and Bucks Regiment