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WORCESTER, ST ANDREW'S - WAR MEMORIAL

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

Only the tower and spire of this church remain and are known locally as “The Glover’s Needle. The war memorial for the church can be found inside nearby All Saints Church, Deansway, Worcester. The memorial is a wooden plaque that was moved into All Saints Church in 1938 when St Andrew was demolished.
Photograph Copyright © 2004 - Sandra Taylor

THE GREAT SACRIFICE
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY

BOURNE

Charles H

Corporal 92976, "A" Battery, 162nd Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Killed in action, aged 25, on 14th September 1917. Son of the late Charles and Kate Bourne. He lived and enlisted at Worcester. Buried in Reninghelst New Military Cemetery, Poperinge, Belgium. Plot IV. Row F. Grave 5.

BRADLEY

T

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BURROWS

C H

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CLIFFORD

C

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COTTERILL

W

Probably Private William Cotterill, 14th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment. Service No 21518. Died aged 21 on 20th November 1918. Son of Alice Cotterill, 1 Court, 2 House, Powick Lane, Bank St, Worcester. Worcester (Astwood) Cemetery Grave no 30. A W.J. Cotterill appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

DAVIES

J

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DENCH

Jack

Sergeant, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 11170. Died aged 27 on 16th June 1915. Son of Alfred and Sophia Dench, 13 Sharrocks St, Wolverhampton; husband of Nellie Dench, 33 St. Alban's Square, Copenhagen St, Worcester. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial Panel 34.

ELT

Ernest Walter

Private, 1st/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 240581. Died aged 37 on 6th October 1918. Son of Walter & Emily Elt, 75 Copenhagen St, Worcester. Hargicourt Communal Cemetery Extension C. 13. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall memorial.

FINCH

S

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HARRIS

A

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HILL

F T

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HOMES

Harry Frederick

Private, 1st/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 3200. Died aged 20 on 18th May 1916. Son of Harry Frederick Homes, 13 Saint Albans Square, Copenhagen St, Worcester. Hebuterne Military Cemetery I. H. 20.

JENKINS

A J

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JENKINS

F

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JONES

A

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JONES

F

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JONES

Harold Ashton

Private, 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 16231. Died aged 20 on 28th June 1915. Son of John James Jones, 1 Wyatts Buildings, Britannia Rd, Worcester. Born at Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre Div. 19. F. 4.

KELLY

R W

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OLIVER

A

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ROBERTS

C

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SHEARON

Edward

Private, 1st Battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment. Service No 48426. Died aged 43 on 3rd December 1917. Son of John & Elizabeth Shearon, husband of Elizabeth Eleanor Shearon, 3 House, 3 Court, King St, Worcester. Kirkee 1914-1918 Memorial Face D. Also appears on Worcester St George R.C. Church & Worcester Guildhall memorials.

SHEARON

John

Private, 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 36431. Died aged 36 on 26th September 1917. Son of John & Elizabeth Shearon of Worcester, husband of Jane Thomas (formerly Shearon), 78 Highgate St, Edge Hill, Liverpool. White House Cemetery III. H. 25. Also appears on Worcester St George R.C. Church & Worcester Guildhall memorials.

STANFORD

James

Private, “A” Company 11th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 15892. Died aged 20 on 24th April 1917. Son of Rose Stanford, 18 Quay St, Worcester. Doiran Memorial. Also appears on Worcester Guildhall & Worcester St George R.C. Church memorials.

STANFORD

Timothy Joseph

Sergeant, 11th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Service No 15893. Died aged 29 on 23rd April 1917. Son of Thomas and Rose Stanford; husband of Agnes Stanford, 3 Back of 28, John St, Worcester. Native of Worcester. Sarigol Military Cemetery, Kriston B. 223.

TURNER

W

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WATKINS

J

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WATKINS

T

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WEBB

W

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WHEELER

H

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WHITE

W

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1914-1918

Last updated 22 May, 2008

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