As we approach Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday, leave your messages and tributes for those lost in
any war or whilst on duty, using the feedback form below, or via facebook or twitter. Please also see the Roll of Honour for WW1 biographies.
“They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old,
Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun, and in the morning
We will remember them.”
Private Frederick James Mace 17738 12th (Service) Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment. Killed in France on 1st October 1917 whilst lying in hospital.
Private A W Partlett 107418 Machine Gun Corps. Died 8th June 1918.
Gunner Wilfred Frederick Cyril Viner 87190 Royal Field Artillery. 14th December 1918 aged 20.
Private William Ashcroft 26220. 2 Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died 30th July 1918.
Lieutenant S.H.E. Inskip ( hope ) RMLI. Killed in action 1918 , raid on zeebruge
Corporal Edward Charles Mason 1649. 1/6 Welsh Regiment. Died 18th February, 1916. Buried St Patrick’s Cemetery, Loos, Dept de Calais, France.
Private Thomas Gilbert Wheeler 7660 8th September 1916
Private James Augustus Burton – 29315 Regiment 7th Battalion Glosters. Died of wounds 3rd February 1917 in Messopotamia, aged 30. Buried in Iraq.
Remembered with Pride. RIP. From Great Niece, Linda Parsons.
HARRY HOLDER died 18th April 1918 at Festubert France
Frederick James Newman 41999 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment formerly 161814 RFA. KIA 29 September 1918 Battle of Canal du Nord
Private Wilfred Ernest Moulder 18703, Royal West Surrey Regiment.
“Now found and not forgotten by his grand, great and great great grandchildren’’
Lance Corporal Charles Henry William Mace 9862 1st & 10th (Service) Btn. Gloucestershire.
Killed in action 16th August 1916 aged 21
Captain Frank Brandt, Royal Navy. Died 1st November, 1914 at Coronel, Chile.
Lieutenant Cyril Gaitskill and Sergeant Harry Tandy of 2nd Battalion Prince of Wales Leinster Regiment. Childhood friends and neighbours from Tewkesbury Road who signed up together and died 24th June, 1916, and 18th October, 1914. WW1