The family of Captain Kilby reveal an insight into the life of the Cheltenham VC winning Captain, who died at Loos in 1915.
Reginald John Richard Jackson born in Cheltenham 1908,
by David Martin Jackson (his grandson) October 2014. Continue reading “Chance Happening Upon Cheltenham War Memorial Links Canadian Visitors With WW2 Family History”
Audrey Dingle tells us about the local organisation for boys aged 14-16, which lost 50 of its boys in WW1, on our new page.
Born John Lee Gwilliam on 14th March 1889 at Little Cowarne, Herefordshire, to agricultural labourer Joseph Gwilliam and his wife Mary Elizabeth (nee Blizard). Continue reading “Private John Lee Price 12934”
It just goes to show, you never know when you will need to look up past minutes for reference. Continue reading “Original War Memorial Committee Minutes Found”
Story as told to Hannah Wright, Cheltenham Borough Council, and Michael Purton, Gloucestershire Echo, at the Municipal Offices on Friday 22nd August 2014, by Private Wright’s great niece, Frances Thomas and her husband John. Continue reading “Private George Reginald Wright 266994”