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MASONIC HALL, WORCESTER - WAR MEMORIAL

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

The Roll of Honour is inside the Masonic Hall; it lists those who served and those who died. There are 3 panels, 2 side panels commemorating those who served and the central panel dedicated to the 13 who died.

Photograph Copyright © 2004 - Sandra Taylor
TO THE
GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE BRETHREN
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN DEFENCE OF FREEDOM
IN THE GREAT WAR
1914
 
1918

ALLDEN

[Sidney] James

Lance Corporal 10545, "D" Company, 1st/6th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. Killed in action 18th June 1918. Age 21. Born Edmonton, Middlesex, enlisted Shoreditch, London. Son of William and Susan Alice Allden, late of Lower Edmonton, London. Wounded five times. Buried in MONTECCHIO PRECALCINO COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION, Italy. Plot 3. Row B. Grave 9. [Seems to be no connection with Worcester but he is the only ALLDEN with a J in his initials killed in June 1918.]

BARNETT

John Spencer

Air Mechanic 1st Class 78310, Royal Air Force. Died 6th November 1918. John was a pupil at the Royal Grammar School, Worcester from 1893-1897 and he is also commemorated on the school memorial. The entry in the book In Dedication to a Future World reads: “An Air Mechanic First Class, John Barnett died in Coventry of pneumonia when attached to the M.T.S. He was one of the victims of the Spanish Flu, that raced across the globe during 1918, claiming the lives of an estimated 20 million people.” Buried in ASTWOOD CEMETERY, Worcester. Grave 10427.

CLARK

C H

Private M2/047796, School of Instruction, Mechanical Transport, Royal Army Service Corps. Died 7th December 1918. Age 27. Son of William Henry and Annie Elizabeth Clark of Stonebrook, Downton Castle, Herefordshire. Buried in LES BARAQUES MILITARY CEMETERY, SANGATTE, Pas de Calais, France. Grave VII. B. 7

EMERY

Burkett John

Lieutenant, Royal Engineers (Territorial). Killed in action between 11th and 13th October 1915. Age 31. Husband of Nora Fanny Emery of 2, North Gate, Harborne, Birmingham. Commemorated on LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 4 and 5.

HARRISON

Bert[ie]

Private 10296, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died of wounds 31st May 1915 at Gallipoli. Age 30. Son of Daniel and Salome Harrison, of Forest Green, Woodchester, Stroud, Gloucestershire. Born Nailsworth, Glos., enlisted Stroud, resident Inchbrook. Commemorated in TWELVE TREE COPSE CEMETERY, Turkey. Special Memorial C. 335

JONES

F W

Nov 1916 - No further information currently

MASON

Harry Cecil

Private 67741, 9th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Killed in action 28th August 1918. Born, resident and enlisted Birmingham. Formerly 295501, Royal Army Service Corps. Commemorated on VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 3

SMITH

Harold

Private 30022, 8th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Died of wounds 28th January 1917 in Mesopotamia. Enlisted Worcester, resident Birmingham. Buried in AMARA WAR CEMETERY, Iraq. Grave XXVI. E. 8.

SNEADE, M.C.

Charles George

Lieutenant, 4th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Killed in action 14th October 1918. Age 27. Awarded the Military Cross (M.C.). Son of the late Thomas Romer Sneade and Eliza Jane Sneade, of 11, Ivy Rd, Handsworth, Birmingham. Buried in LEDEGHEM MILITARY CEMETERY, Ledegem, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Grave A. 26.

THOMAS

A R

Oct 1918 - probably Alfred Benjamin THOMAS, Private 46626, 2nd Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Killed in action 14th October 1918. Age 29. Enlisted Worcester. Son of William and Rose Ann Thomas, of Worcester; husband of Katherine Thomas, of 8, Lowell St., Arboretum, Worcester. Formerly s/2SR/01233, Army Service Corps. Buried in ORCHARD DUMP CEMETERY, ARLEUX-EN-GOHELLE, Pas de Calais, France. Grave V. B. 49.

WHEELER

John Frederick

Private 531122, 2nd/15th Battalion, London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles). Killed in action 28th September 1918. Age 37. Born and resident Tenbury, enlisted London. Son of George Edward and Frances Olive Wheeler, of Tenbury Wells, Worcs; husband of Elizabeth N. Wheeler, of Ashfield, Tenbury, Worcs. Buried in POND FARM CEMETERY, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Grave J. 2.

WHITWORTH

G S

Dec 1915 - probably Ernest Stanley WHITWORTH, Lieutenant, 10th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Killed in action 20th December 1915. Age 24. Son of Andrew Ernest and Annie Whitworth, of Birmingham; husband of Winifred Lilian Whitworth, of 24, Ivor Rd., Sparkhill, Birmingham. Buried in ST. VAAST POST MILITARY CEMETERY, RICHEBOURG-L'AVOUE, Pas de Calais, France. Grave II. H. 6.

ISAAC

Arthur Whitmore

Second Lieutenant, 5th Battalion, Worcestershire Regiment. Killed in action 7th July 1916. Commemorated on THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Somme, France. Pier and Face 5 A and 6 C

THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY THE
ANTIENT FRATERNITY of FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS
OF THE
PROVINCE OF WORCESTERSHIRE – DECEMBER 1921

BRETHREN WHO VOLUNTARILY HAZARDED
THEIR LIVES ON GENERAL SERVICE

ALLEN A.S. COVENTRY HON C.J. GERRARD H.
AMOS F.E. COWARD W.E. GIBBONS F.H.
ANNIS A.A. COWELL F.L. GLANVILLE A.E M.C.
APPS E.W. CRABTREE H.G. GLOVER H.W.
ARMISHAW H. CRAIG J.R. GODFREY E.A. M.C.
ASH F. CROSS L.C. GODSON F.P. M.C.
ASH G.B. CROWE H.N. GODSON G.E.
ASHLEY C.A. CURTIS C.F. GOODWIN W.H.
ASSINDER F.R. DANIELS J.B. GOODE C.F.
AULT H.K. DARNLEY R. GORDON L.M.R.
BADHAM F. DART P.H. GREATWICH H.J.L.
BAILEY O. DAVIES SIR F.J. KCB.KCMG.KCVO. GRETTON W.E.S. M.C.
BALLARD G.A. O.B.E. DAVIES W.E. GROSVENOR J.E.
BALLARD W.E. DAVIS C.J. GROVE R.E. JUNR. M.C.
BARLOW R.J. DAVIS S.A . D.S.O. O.B.E. GUEST A.T.
BARNARD E.A.B. DAY H.D. GUY G.F.
BATCHELOR J.D. DENT C.F. HAGUE H.P.
BAYLISS G.F. DICKENSON A.H. HALFORD A.D.C.
BEAKBANE H. DINGLEY C.S. HALL J.W.
BEARDER H.W. DONE H.B. HAMMOND B.C.
BELTON E.J.G. DOUGHTY H.E. HANSON T.
BEST W.H.G.H. DOWTY A.G. HARDACRE J.W.
BLACKWELL A.T. DOWTY W.W. HARDS J.H.
BLURTON R.A. DRY R.A. HARPER A.M.
BOWERS V.R. DU SAUTOY E.F HARPUR J.L.
BOYD J. EARLE W.W. M.S.M HARRISON T.S.
BOZWARD J.L. ELTON C.A.A. D.S.O. HARVEY J.G.
BROWN P.J.W. EMERSON H.B. HASTILOW C.A.F.
BURGOYNE G.F. EVANS V.L. HAYES F.W. D.C.M.
BURLINGHAM R.H. FEARNSIDE W. HESELTINE W.R.N.
BURROW G. FENN A.C. HIGGINS H.
BUSHBY P. FENTON H.F. HICKMAN H.O.D. C.B.
BUXTON W.H. FERRY C.B. HILL J.
CANLETT F.R. FIELDING F.E. HILL E.W.
CARLESS W.S. FINDON F.J. HINCKLEY A. M.C.
CHALLIS F.G. FLETCHER R. HINDLIP LORD
CHAMBERS F. O.B.E. FLUX C.J. HOLLYER H.B. M.M.
CHAMBERS T.N. FOLEY J.J. HORRELL C.R.
CLEWORTH A.B. FOSTER E. HOW F.A.W.
COOK E.W. FRANKLIN E. O.B.E. HOWELL C.R. M.C.
COOK T.E. M.M. FRIDLINGTON R. HUGHES W.
COOKE J.J. FRITH J.B. HULL G.B.G. O.B.E.
COOKE S.N. GARLICK F.R. HUNT W.J.
COOKSEY T. GAY J.H. M.C. HUTTON W.
COOMBE A.J. GEDDES P.A. HYND J.C.
INWOOD A.E. PITT J.B. THOMAS R.S.
IRONMONGER A. PRICE H.W. THOMPSON R.
JAMES F.C. PRICE J.W. THURMAN A.G.
JAMES S.E. PRINCE P. D.S.O. THURSFIELD J.H. M.C.
JORDAN S.B. POTTER W.T. THURSFIELD W.H.
KELLETT H.A.C. POULTON H.G. TILLEY J.W.
KING A.A. POWELL C.L. TOZER A.
KIRKHAM W. QUARMBY T.W. TREADAWAY W.T.
KNIGHT-COUTTS C. RANFORD B.S. TREADWELL C.
HNIGHT-HALL H. RAWSON F.O. TRINDER W.R.H.
LACEY R.G. RAYMOND C. TURNER A.C. M.B.E.
LANGDON M.F. RICHARDSON H. TURNER E.A.
LARKWORTHY E.W. RIDE W.H. URWICK R.H.
LEA E.E. RIDER W.E. VALE F.S.
LEE R.C. RIGBY W.J. VEALE A.P.
LOACH J.W. ROBINSON J.E. WALDRON F.
MCREA J.E. RODEN K.S. WARD W.P.
MADEW C.P. ROGERS G.W. M.B.E. WARDER L.W.
MASON C. ROGERSON W.A. M.C. WATERFIELD I.
MASON C.N. ROPER F.S. WATERHOUSE H.P.
MASON R. ROSS A.G. WEBB F.
MAUND E.I. ROWE A.V. WEBB H.W.
MEGGESON W.E. SADD C.T.A. WEST F.R.M.
MILLARD W.H. SHOVELTON L. WHITE P.G.
MOBBERLEY T.A. SIEVERS F.W. WIGGIN A.B.
MOORE H. SIMES C.E.W. WILDE F.
MORGAN E.R. SLADE J.M. WILLETT E.V.A.
MORGAN F.C. SLATTER A.M. WILLIAMS H.F.
MORRIS C.F. SMALLWOOD A.W. WILLIAMSON G.E.
NICHOLSON F.J. SMITH H. WILLIS G.B.
NOBLE E. SMITH J.H. WILSON (G OR C) F.
NORRIS R.A. SMITH J.W. WILSON H.
ORF M. SNOOK G.W. WILSON W.
OSBORNE A.E. SNOWBALL A.J. WINTLE V.R.
PAGE W.F. SODEN G.C.F. WOOD H.M.
PALMER A.E. SOMERS F. WOOD W.F.B.
PARKES W.J. SOUTHAM L.A.C. D.S.O. WORCESTER BISHOP OF
PARSONAGE H.E. SPRAGG G.R. M.S.M. WORKMAN G.H.A.
PEARCE J.W STAINTON S.J. WRIGHT H.H.
PERRY A.H.J. M.M. STANLEY A.B. YOUNG C.A.
PHELPS A.E. STEPHENS J.  
PHILLIPS H.S. STEPHENSON R.W.  
PHILLIPS L.B. STEVENS H.W.  
PHIPPS E.A.C. STEWARD F.L.  
PICKARD J.W. TAYLOR W.  

21 March 2004

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