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GUILDHALL, WORCESTER - WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © 2004 - Transcribed Sandra Taylor

THOSE WHO DIED - 3

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PARKER

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PARRY

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PARSONS

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PAYNE

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PAYTON

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PEARCE

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PENDRY

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PENNEY

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PHILLIPS

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PHILLIPS

Leonard Harry Perrins

Lieutenant, 12th Battalion attached 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Died aged 19 on 6th November 1916. Son of Harry & Jessie Maud Phillips, Holmwood, Henwick Rd, Worcester. Thiepval Memorial Pier and Face 5A and 6C. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne & Worcester Royal Grammar School memorials.

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POTTER

George Henry

Gunner, "A" Battery, 315th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Service No 830755. Died on 31st August 1918. Son of Mrs G. Potter, 16 Tybridge St., Worcester. Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery Extension, Grave III. K. 5. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

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POTTER

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Possibly Percy Potter, Private, 2nd/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 29981. Died on 31st March 1918. Pozieres Memorial Panel 41. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne memorial.

POYSER

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PRICE

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PRICE

John Edward

Private, 1st Battalion, South Wales Borderers. Service No 11205. Died aged 20 on 15th February 1916 in France & Flanders. Born St Clement's, Worcester, enlisted Brecon. Son of Henry and Lilian Price, 4 Henwick Road, Worcester. Ste Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, Grave Div. 19. R. 4. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

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PRITCHARD

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PUGH

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Sapper, 90th Field Company, Royal Engineers. Service No 63391. Died aged 30 on 19th September 1917. Son of William and Ann Pugh; husband of Ethel S. Pugh, 37 Lechmere Crescent, Hallow Rd., Worcester. Native of Worcester. Ypres Reservoir Cemetery, Grave I. E. 18. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

PUGH

R.E.

Rifleman, 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade. Service No 46313. Died on 15th May 1918. Son of Mr & Mrs Pugh, 37 Flag Meadow Walk, St George’s, Worcester. Etaples Military Cemetery LXV. B. 34. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne memorial.

PULLEY

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QUINEY

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RASTALL

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RATCLIFFE

Francis William

Lance Corporal, Imperial Signal Company (East Africa), Royal Engineers. Service No 76633. Died aged 34 on 22nd November 1918. Son of Francis Ambrose Ratcliffe and Ellen Ratcliffe, 16 Lambert Rd., Worcester, England. Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery, Grave 7. A. 6. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial and Worcester Post Office memorial.

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Possibly Private George Rea, 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 36687. Died on 4th March 1917. Thiepval Memorial, Pier and Face 5 A and 6 C. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

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RICKETTS

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ROSS

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ROSTIN

Harry

Corporal, 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 11695. Died on 1st February 1915. Le Touret Memorial Panel 17 and 18. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne memorial.

ROTHEN

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ROUSE

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ROWE

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Corporal, "A" Company 1st Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 37186. Died aged 27 on 25th September 1918. Son of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Rowe, of Worcester; husband of Elsie May Rowe, 84 Hylton Rd., Worcester. Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Grave VI. H. 72. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial and Worcester St John in Bedwardine

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ROWLAND

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ROY

John James

Second Lieutenant, 7th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died aged 25 on 13th March 1918. Son of Duncan & Ada Ursula Roy, 68 Shrulter Avenue, Worcester. Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt X. C. 19. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne memorial.

ROY

Ronald

Lance Corporal, “D” Company 1st/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 240660. Died aged 21 on 25th February 1917. Son of Duncan & Ada Roy, Heyford Villa, 68 Shrulley Avenue, Worcester. Assevillers New British Cemetery II. B. 9. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne memorial.

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RUDGE

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RUMNEY

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RUSSELL

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RUSSELL

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RYAN

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SANDFORD

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SAUNDERS

Herbert Leonard

Private, 1st/8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 242595. Died aged 26 on 16th August 1917. Husband of Olive Maria Saunders, 5 Autumn Terrace, Stanley Rd, Worcester. Tyne Cot Memorial Panel 75 to 77. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne memorial.

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SCOTT

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Private, 232nd Company, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Service No 102211. Died aged 18 on 3rd August 1917. Son of Thomas William Alfred and Mary Ann Scott, 50 New Bank St., Barbourne, Worcester. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Grave XVII. C. 15A. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

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Private, 3rd Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 36605. Died aged 39 on 4th August 1917. Husband of Florence Mary E. Walford (formerly Severn) 71 Waterworks Rd., Barbourne, Worcester. Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery And Extension, Grave I. K. 12. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

SEWELL

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SHARP

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SHARPE

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SHEARON

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SHERWOOD

J.

Probably John Edward Sherwood, Private, 1st/8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 2624. Died aged 32 on 3rd July 1915. Son of John & Elizabeth Sherwood, 41 Lowell St, Aboretum, Worcester, husband of E.F. Sherwood, 47 Bransford Rd, St Johns, Worcester. St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne and Worcester St Peter’s memorials.

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SHUTTLEWORTH

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SMITH

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SMITH

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SMITH

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SMITH

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SMITH

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SMITH

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SMITH

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SMITH

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SPENCER

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SPRAGUE

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SPRECKLEY

Arthur Freer

Captain, 9th Gurkha Rifles. Died aged 27 on 30th December 1915. Son of Herbert William & Florence Lessingham Spreckley, Cove Cottage, Worcester, husband of the late Ada Blanch Celina Spreckley (who was also drowned with daughter). Chatby Memorial. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne and Worcester St Stephen’s memorials.

SRECKLEY

Ralph Lessingham

Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, Connaught Rangers. Died aged 21 on 14th September 1914. Awarded Military Cross. Son of Herbert W. & Florence L. Spreckley, Cove Cottage, Worcester. Vailly British Cemetery Sp. Mem. 6. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne and Worcester St Stephen’s memorials.

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STALLARD

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Possibly Private R.W. Stallard, 10th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 16535. Died on 3rd October 1915. St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, Grave A. 11. 33. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

STANFORD

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STANLEY

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STANWAY

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STANWAY

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STAPLES

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STEVENS

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STEVENS

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STEVENS

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STIFF

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STINTON

Frank [Charles]

Private 13458, 24th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers (city of London Regiment). 5th Brigade. 2nd Division. Part of the third army. Frank was probably wounded and later died during the Cambrai battle of Nov/Dec 1917. But the sportsmen's battalions (fit men over enlistment age) were active around Bourlon wood well into December, gas and snipers were giving the 23rd/24th battalions many casualties, abandoned tanks being ideal cover for snipers. Frank entered service with the 25th service battalion Royal fusiliers (Frontiersmen) he was an Original member of the 25th Battalion, who embarked Plymouth (Devonport) aboard HMT Neuralia 10th April 1915 and disembarked Mombasa (Kilindini) 4th May 1915. Serving in the african campaign for over 2 years. Frank arrived back in the UK on the 20th May 1917. Probably wounded or ill. The 25th returned in June 1917. Frank was transferred to the 24th Battalion after recovery. Died of wounds 23rd December 1917. Buried Rocquigny-equancourt rd Manancourt. Born St Pauls Worcester. Father William, mother Emily, Frank was married in 1906. He enlisted in Worcester. Cousin of John (below). See also www.dennisstinton.co.uk

STINTON

John (Jack) Ashley

Lance Bombardier 831036, "A" Battery, 165th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Was wounded in action on the 27th July 1918 gunshot in both legs and one arm and sadly died of his wounds on the 9th August, at Bolougne military hospital, aged 30. Served for over 3 years in France and Flanders. Born and enlisted in Worcester, lived with his parents Ashley and Agnes in Astwood Rd (they moved to 94, Watford Rd., King's Norton, Birmingham later). Prior to the war John worked on the railways around the Worcester area, working in the Locomotive and Carriage Dept. Buried in TERLINCTHUN BRITISH CEMETERY, WIMILLE, Pas de Calais, France. Plot II. Row B. Grave 13. Cousin of Frank (above) See also www.dennisstinton.co.uk

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STONE

Harold Leatham

Private, 1st/8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 2275. Died aged 24 on 31st May 1915. Calvaire (Essex) Military Cemetery, Grave Iv. B. 1.

Harold was the third son of Mr & Mrs W.G.R. Stone of Tybridge House, Worcester. Before the war he had been an assistant in the furnishing department of W. & F. Webb & Co. The 1st/8th Battalion of the Worcesters arrived in France on 29th March 1915 and found itself alongside the 1st/7th Battalion occupying trenches or billets around Ploegsteert Wood throughout May and June. No heavy fighting occurred but enemy shellfire and patrols brought a number of casualties with 7 men and 2 officers killed and 38 men wounded. Harold Stone was hit by shellfire whilst with the H.Q. signal section and later died of his wounds. His bronze memorial plaque is held at the Worcestershire’s Regimental Museum. He was the 1st to die in the Great War of those who attended the Royal Grammar School.

Source: In Dedication to a Future World by Mark Rogers, 1999.

Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial and Worcester Royal Grammar School memorial.

STONE

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STRANGE

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STRANGE

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SUMMERS

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SUMMERS

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SURMAN

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SWEETMAN

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TARRANT

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TARRANT

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TAYLOR

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TAYLOR

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TEAGUE

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THATCHER

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THOMAS

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THOMPSON

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TOMBS

Frederick Arthur

Driver, 2nd Reserve Park, Army Service Corps. Service No T4/059862. Died aged 26 on 25th October 1917. Son of Robert and Rachel Tombs, 18 McIntyre Rd, St. John's, Worcester. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Grave XXII. A. 6. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

TOMKINS

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TURBERFIELD

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TURNER

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WANKLIN

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WARD

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WAREHAM

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WARREN

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WATKINS

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WEBB

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WEBB

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WELLS

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William Henry

[Given as H.W. Went on CWGC] Private 12th (Service) (Bristol) Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Service No 38056. Died of wounds, aged 19, on 5th October 1917 in France & Flanders. Born St Clement’s, Worcester, enlisted Worcester. Son of Henry G. & Emily E. Went, 15 Church Walk, St. Clement’s, Worcester. Godewaersvelde British Cemetery, Grave I. L. 30. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

WESTON

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WHEATLEY

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WHEELER

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WILCOCK

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WILLIAMS

Joseph

Private, Worcester Yeomanry (The Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars). Service No 3027, Killed in action 23rd April 1916 in Egypt. Born St Clement’s, Worcester, enlisted and resident Worcester. Jerusalem Memorial, Panel 3 and 5. Also appears on Worcester, St Clement's Memorial

WILLIAMS

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WILLIAMS

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WILLITS

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WILTSHIRE

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WINNINGTON

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WODEHOUSE

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WOOD

Frederick John

Private, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 202827. Died aged 20 on 29th November 1917. Son of Frederick Ernest & Lilian Isabel Wood, 12 Chestnut Walk, Worcester. Cambrai Memorial, Louverval Panel 6. Also appears on Worcester Barbourne & Worcester St Stephen’s memorials.

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WORSLEY

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WORSLEY

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WYATT

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YARNOLD

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