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CLAINES PRIMARY SCHOOL WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © 2005 - Sandra Taylor

Claines Church of England Primary School is located in School Bank, Claines, Worcester. The memorial is a plaque situated outside the entrance door of the school. It would be advisable for anyone wishing to view the memorial to contact the school first.
Photographs Copyright © Sandra Tayor 2004

1914 CLAINES SCHOOL 1918
OLD BOYS WHO MADE THE GREAT SACRIFICE

BARNES

H

No further information currently

BRADLEY

William T

No further information currently. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

CLINTON

John Thomas

Sergeant, 2nd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Killed in action 20th October 1914 aged 29 20th October 1914. Service No 758. Born Claines, enlisted Birmingham, resident Worcester. Son of Tom and Annie Clinton, of Station Rd., Fernhill Heath, Worcester; husband of Amy Elizabeth Clinton, of 174, Red Hill, London Rd., Worcester. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Panel 8.

CONN

Charles

Private, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 20063. Died of wounds aged 26 on 8th May 1916. Born Claines, enlisted Worcester. Son of Charles and Ann Conn, of Fernhill Heath, Worcester, husband of Edith Susannah Conn, 6 St Stephen St, Barbourne, Worcester. Native of Fernhill Heath. Etaples Military Cemetery V. C. 11A. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

GARLAND

Walter Richard

Corporal, Queen’s Own Worcestershire Hussars (Worcester Yeomanry). Service No 325422. Died aged 20 on 23rd April 1916. Son of Mr T. and Mrs K. Garland, of Hawbridge, Claines, Worcester. Jerusalem Memorial Panel 3 and 5. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial as well as Worcester Cathedral Worcestershire Hussars memorial.

GWYN

H

No further information currently

HIBBERD

Lionel Sidney

Private, Mechanical Transport, Royal Army Service Corps. Service No. M2/226047. Killed in action 29th November 1917. Born Wingfield, Berkshire, resident and enlisted Worcester. Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery. Plot IX. Row A. Grave 11.

JONES

Harvey W

Private, 2nd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Service No 17675. Died aged 23 on 16th September 1916. Son of Mrs Charlotte Jones, 63 Checketts Lane, Worcester. Claines (St John the Baptist) Churchyard Grave No 542. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

KNOTT

Robert Wallace

Private, 8th (King’s Royal Irish) Hussars. Service No H/2699. Died aged 27 on 13th June 1915. Son of Edward and Elizabeth Knott. Born at Worcester. Perth Cemetery (China Wall) IV. K. 20. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

MUNN

James

Sergeant, 2nd/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 240742. Died on 3rd December 1917. Cambrai Memorial, Louverval Panel 6. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

MUNN

Samuel

Private, 177th Company Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Service No 82823. Killed in action aged 29 on 3rd December 1917. Born and resident Claines, enlisted Worcester. Son of George and Alice Munn, 5 Whinfield Rd, Claines, Worcester; husband of Rose Letitia Munn, of School House, Mappleboro' Green, Redditch, Worcestershire. Formerly 5546, Worcestershire Regiment. Anneux British Cemetery IV. C. 38. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

STONE

George

Lance Corporal, 1st/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 242333. Killed in action in Italy aged 27 on 18th June 1918. Enlisted Worcester, resident Claines. Son of Emily and George Stone, of Claines, Worcester; husband of Florence May Stone, Droitwich Road, Claines, Worcester. Boscon British Cemetery Plot 3. Row A. Grave 4. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

WATKINS

John

Gunner, 3rd/2nd South Midland Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Service No 3241. Died in United Kingdom aged 22 on 18th June 1916. Born Caines, enlisted Worcester. Son of Agnes Watkins, of Corn Meadow, Claines, and the late Thomas Watkins. Claines (St. John The Baptist) Churchyard Grave 611. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

WATKINS

James

No further information currently available. Also appears on the main memorial in the churchyard and Claines St John the Baptist memorial.

Last updated 12 November, 2006

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