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STOULTON VILLAGE HALL WAR MEMORIAL

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Compiled and copyright © Sandra Taylor 2005

Stoulton village hall is located in Church Lane, Stoulton. The memorial is a wooden plaque on the wall inside the village hall, which was previously the village school. Additional information in parish book.

1916 – Fred & Alfred Merriman returned from the Dardanelles unharmed.

1917 – A memorial service was held in the church on 6th January for Alfred Merriman who died aged 23 at the base hospital in Rouen of measles and pneumonia. He served in the Dardanelles, was wounded once and invalided home from France on one occasion.

Photograph copyright © Sandra Taylor 2005

STOULTON C. OF E. SCHOOL
FORMER SCHOLARS WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1918

BROOKES

Alfred

No further information currently

BURFORD

William James

Private, 1st/7th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 39659. Died aged 22 on 31st October 1918. Son of William and Martha Ainsworth Burford, of Caldewell Lodge, Stoulton, Worcester. Barenthal Military Cemetery Plot 3. Row C. Grave 11. Also appears on St Edmundís, Stoulton memorial and Worcester Post Office Memorial.

CORBETT

James Henry

Private, 1st Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment. Service No 24886. Died aged 33 on 19th November 1916. Husband of Sarah L. Corbett, of 76, Port St., Bengeworth, Evesham, Worcester. Puchevillers British Cemetery VVVI.F.3.

MERRIMAN

Alfred James

Private, 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 20891. Died on 4th January 1917. St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen O.IV.G.7. Also appears on St Edmundís, Stoulton memorial.

MERRIMAN

Herbert George

Gunner, Royal Field Artillery ďCĒ Battery 170th Brigade. Service No 148812. Died aged 20 on 10th April 1918. Son of George A. Merriman, of Stoulton, Worcester. Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Extension II.K.8. Also appears on St Edmundís, Stoulton memorial.

NICHOLLS

Lambert

Private, Queenís Own Worcestershire Hussars (Worcester Yeomanry). Service No 2355. Died aged 24 on 15th March 1915. Son of William Lambert Nicholls and Ellen Eliza Nicholls. Stoulton (St Edmund) Churchyard. Also appears on St Edmundís, Stoulton memorial, Worcester Cathedral Worcestershire Hussars memorial.

AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN
THE MORNING WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

Last updated 24 February, 2007

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