The Parish of Clevedon Saint Andrew

Roll of Honour


To the glory of God. In memory of those of Clevedon who fell in the Great War 1914 to 1918.

Memorial to Captain Frederick Duggan, Royal Horse Artillery. Killed in Action 21st March 1916. Duggan is buried at Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard Extension, Nord, France. The memorial is located adjacent to St Andrew's Church, Clevedon.

NAVY

Lionel Henry SHORE

Commander, H.M.S. Invincible, Royal Navy. Son of Lord and Lady Teignmouth of Mount Elton, Clevedon, Somerset. Awarded China Medal. Died Wednesday 31st May 1916. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire, United Kingdom. 1900.10.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

S.W.B.GREEN

First names not known. Commander D.S.O. H.M.S. "Glowworm". Died 26/08/1919. (Buried Semenovka (Bereznik) Cem. Extension). Sp. Mem. B53. ARCHANGEL ALLIED CEMETERY

C.C.COLES

Details not found.

Arthur Edwin HACK

Able Seaman. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. H.M.S. "Queen Mary." Son of Charles and Elizabeth Hack, of Walton-in-Gordano, Clevedon, Somersetshire.Wales Z/296. Died 31st May 1916. Commemorated on PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL. Panel 19. Aged 24.

H.C.LEWIS. 

Details not found.   Also commemorated on the Clevedon School Memorial.

Maurice John MARKS

Carpenter's crew. Royal Navy. H.M.S.Nottingham. M/2746. Died 19th August 1916. Commemorated on the PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL. Panel 17.

Alfred George PLUMLEY

Private 266180. 1/5th Battalion (Territorial)., Gloucestershire Regiment. Born Easton, Bristol. Enlisted Bristol. Son of the late Henry and Sarah Plumley. Aged 21. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West Vlaanderan, Belgium. Panel 72 - 75. Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

George Henry PRICE

Assistant Baker. S.S.Ausonia (Liverpool), Mercantile Marine. Asst. Son of Nellie price (nee Rawlings) of 1, Railway View, Clevedon, Somerset and the late Henry price. Born at Berkeley Glos. Commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial, london, United Kingdom.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

William Charles WESTERN

Petty Officer Stoker. H.M.S. Pathfinder. Aged 27. Died 5th September 1914. Husband of Catherine S. Western, of "Kenwyn," The Point, Exmouth. Commemorated PLYMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL. Panel 3.

THE ARMY

RFC

George Harold KNIGHT

2nd Lieutenant (TP). 11 Ball Coy. General List. Killed in action 6th October 1917. Aged 25. Son of George and Emily Knight of Clifton, Bristol. Member of the Honourable Artillery Company 1909 to 1916. Served with that unit in France 1914 - 1915. Buried at Duhallows A.D.S. Cemetery, Ypres, West Vlaanderan, Belgium. I.D.24.Also commemorated  on the All Saints Roll of Honour.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Frederick King LAVERTON

Second Lieutenant. T/LT. (and RFC). 3rd Battlion., Gloucestershire Regiment. Killed 19th December 1917. Buried at Barnwood (St Lawrence) Churchyard, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. In new ground.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Rupert Wyatt STUCKEY

Airman 2nd Class.6th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. Died 1st June 1917. Son of George Wyatt Stuckey and Mary Stuckey of Tutton's Farm Bungalow, Clevedon, Somerset. Lussenthoek Military Cemetery, Poperinge, west-Vlaanderen, Belgium. X11.C.15.Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial

RFA

Alfred D BAKER

RFA. Further details not known.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

Frederick William DALLIMORE

Lance Bombadier 846137, "A" Battery, 46th Brigade., Royal Field Artillery. Killed in Action on Tuesday 16th April 1918. Born and Enlisted Clevedon. Buried Beacon Cemetery, Sailly-Laurette, Somme, France. IV.E.5.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

RE

George Edward CAREY

Lance Corporal. Born and Enlisted Clevedon. 2nd Wessex Field CoY, R.E. Number 128.Died at Home 4th January 1916.Son of Samuel Joseph and Hester Carey; husband of Lizzie Harvey Carey, of 1, New Buildings, Strode Rd., Clevedon. Buried CLEVEDON (ST. ANDREW) CHURCHYARD. Age 39.

Thomas William CLARKE

Acting Sergeant 49449. Corps of Royal Engineers (95th Field Coy). Born Clevedon. Enlisted Cardiff. Son of George and Ada Clarke of Clevedon, Somerset. Husband of Maud Alice Clarke of 129 kenn Road, Clevedon, Somerset. Killed in action 23rd February 1918. Buried at Giavera British Cemetery, Arcade, Italy. Plot 1. Row A. Grave 11.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

James DAVIS

Sapper 495143. 365th Coy., Royal Engineers. Son of Sidney and Margaret Davis of 150 Kenn Road, Clevedon, Somerset. Died on Thursday 20th February 1919 aged 26. Buried at Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas De Calais, France. LXX11.C.9.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Harry J. HACK

Serjeant 65571 127th Field Company., Royal Engineers. Died on Monday 23rd October 1916 aged 29. Husband of Emily M. Hack of 50 Kenn Road, Clevedon. Commemorated on the Dorian Memorial, Greece. Also on the Walton St Mary Roll of Honour.

Frank HOLLYMAN

Born Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol. Sapper 25709.54th Field CoY, R.E. Died 6th November 1918.Son of Walter and Anges Hollyman, of 59, Old St., Clevedon, Somerset; husband of Alice M. Hollyman, of 1, Upper Grosvenor St., Grosvenor Square, London. Buried STAGLIENO CEMETERY, GENOA. I. D. 43.

Walter James HOLLYMAN

Born and Enlisted Clevedon. Sapper 216425. Number 2 Army Tramway CoY, R.E.KIA 22nd December 1917. Aged 25. Son of Walter and Agnes Hollyman, of 59, Old St., Clevedon, Somerset. Buried AUBIGNY COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION. III. C. 2.

Stanley Charles KNIGHT

Sapper 560. Corps of Royal Engineers (2nd Wessex Field Coy.,R.E.). Born Clevedon. Enlisted Clevedon. Killed in action on 7th December 1916. Commemorated on the Doiran Memorial, Salonika, Greece.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

John Charles LEWIS

Sapper 13434. Corps of Royal Engineers. (31st A.T.Coy.,R.E.). Born Weston Super Mare. Enlisted Bath. Died at home on 5th June 1916. Son of Henry and Emily Lewis of Clevedon, Somerset. Husband of Gertrude Annie Lewis of 5 Saville Place, Clifton, Bristol. Buried at Noeux-Les-Mines Communal Cemetery, Pas De Calais, France. 1.N.21.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Frank Herbert OSGOOD

Born Bristol. Enlisted Clevedon. Sapper 549. 2nd Wessex Field CoY, R.E. Salonika. Died of Wounds 16th December 1916. Buried STRUMA MILITARY CEMETERY. VIII.D.10. CWGC shows Date of Death as 12th December 1916.

Alfred John TYLER

Private T.F.238071. 1st Battalion., Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own). Born Clevedon, Somerset. Son of Mrs Emily Tyler, 21 Highdale Place, Clevedon, Somerset. Buried at Aulnoye Communal Cemetery, Nord, France. 1.A.14.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Walter William VOWLES

Sapper. Corps of Royal Engineers. (1/2nd Wessex Divisional Field Company) Born Bristol. Enlisted Clevedon. Number 719. Killed in action on 12th May 1915. Commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West Vlaanderan, Belgium. Panel 9. Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Frank WARE

Sapper 223448. Corps of Royal Engineers (293rd Field Coy). Enlisted and born in Clevedon. Died 13th May 1918. Buried at Doullens Communal Cemetery Extension No. 2, Somme, France. 11.B.18.Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

GRENADIER GUARDS

Henry George THOMAS

4th Battalion. Guardsman 30022. Born Clevedon. Enlisted Chester. KIA 13th April 1918. Commemorated PLOEGSTEERT MEMORIAL. panel 1. Aged 28. Only son of Harriet Thomas, of The Cot, Gillingham, Dorset, and the late Frank Thomas.

COLDSTREAM GUARDS

James Conroy FAIR

2nd Lieutenant. 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Killed in action on Monday, 27th September 1915, aged 24. Son of Mrs C.L.Fair, of "Woodside", Walton-by-Clevedon, Somerset and the late T.C.Fair. Brother of George Fair (above). Commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 7 and 8. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at Walton St Mary, Clevedon.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

K.O.R.LANCASTER REGIMENT

Alfred George Montague NORTON-HARPER

NP. Captain. West African Frontier Force. (41 L Nigerian R). Killed in Action 16th October 1917. Details of Burial or Commemoration Not Known.(No record held with CWGC).Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

J.STANTON

Details not verified. Could be 6999. John Stanton. Died 31st October 1914. Menin Gate. panel 41 & 43.

NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS

R.J.WOODS

Details not found.

ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE REGIMENT

Harold Sutcliffe GREENWOOD

Second Lieutenant 14th Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Died 27th July 1916. Aged 20. Son of William Henry and Anna Eliza Greenwood of 'Fernside', The Gardens, Clevedon, Somerset. Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France. X111.A.2.Also on Clevedon British School Memorial.

DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT

John Nelson TRAYLER

Captain.11th Battalion. Son of Jonas Nelson Trayler and Elizabeth Trayler; husband of Eunice Elizabeth Trayler, of Trewent, Wraxall, Bristol. Aged 39. Died 27th November 1915. Buried CLEVEDON (ST. ANDREW) CHURCHYARD

Launcelot Sulyarde Robert CARY

Second Lieutenant.(Temp). KIA 20th July 1916. Commemorated on the THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 1 C

H.J.BLAKE

Details not found.

SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY

Hubert John TANNER

Captain.KIA 9th April 1917. 1st Battalion. Aged 28. Son of the late Richard and Ann Tanner, of Clevedon, Somerset. ARRAS MEMORIAL. Bay 4.

George Patrick Conroy FAIR

Second Lieutenant. 1st Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry. Died on Saturday, 1st July 1916, aged 20. Son of Mrs C.L.Fair, of "Woodside",Walton-by-Clevedon, Somerset and the late T.C.Fair. Brother of James Fair (below). Buried at Sucrerie Military Cemetery, Colincamps, Somme, France. 1.H.8.  Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at Walton St Mary, Clevedon.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Roger VERNON

NP.Second Lieutenant. 8th Battalion., Somerset Light infantry. Son of Rev. F.W.Vernon, sometime Vicar of Rangeworthy, Glos and Edith S.H.Vernon of weatheroak, Alvechurch, Birmingham. Killed in Action Sunday 14th May 1916 aged 23. Buried at Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, Pas de Calais, France. XXX.A.38.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

Aislabie Harcourt Nelson WRIGHT

Second Lieutenant.KIA 2nd September 1918. Commemorated on the VIS-EN-ARTOIS MEMORIAL. Panel 4. 

Frank TONKINSON

Regimental Sergeant Major.6th Battalion. Born Portsea. Enlisted Taunton. Resident Clevedon. 10211. KIA 28th June 1915. Commemorated on the YPRES (MENIN GATE). Panel 21.

Wilfred COUSINS

8th Battalion. 16000. Born Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol. Resident Shirehampton, Glos. KIA 27th September 1915.Son of William Henry and Sarah Jane Cousins, of I, Station Rd., Clevedon, Somerset. Aged 24. LOOS MEMORIAL. Panel 38 and 39.

Harry DAVIS

Private 5877. 3rd Battalion.,Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's). Born Nailsea. Enlisted Bristol. Resident Clevedon. Died at Home 18th May 1916 aged 36. Husband of Esther Margaret Davis of 27 Castle Street, Weston Super Mare. Buried Birmingham (Yardley) Cemetery, Warwickshire, United Kingdom. E.28530.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Thomas GIBSON

Private. 6th Battalion.,Somerset Light Infantry. Born Clevedon. Enlisted Taunton. Resident Clevedon. Number 10613. Buried at Bedford House Cemetery, Ypres, West Vlaanderan, Belgium. Enclosure No.2. 11.A.8.Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Reginald HANN

Private 295595 12th Battalion, Somerset Lght Infantry (Prince Albert's Own). Born Clevedon. Enlisted Taunton. Killed in Action on Friday 11th October 1918. Buried Aubers Ridge British Cemetery, Aubers Nord, France. IV.B.20. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

Wilfred Edwin KNIGHT

Lance Corporal. 1st Battalion.,Somerset Light Infantry. Aged 19. Died on Tuesday 15th June. Commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West Vlaanderan, Belgium. Panel 21. Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Samuel Alfred NEADS

Private 25721. 7th Battalion., Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's). Born Clevedon. Enlisted Clevedon. Died of wounds 11th October 1916. Son of Mr S Neads, husband of L.Scane (formerly Neads) of Bulwick peterborough. Native of Clevedon. Buried at Grove Town Cemetery, Meaulte, Somme, France. 1.0.14.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Gilbert F.PARSONS

Private 38686. 1st Battalion.,Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's). Born Yatton, Somerset. Enlisted Clevedon. Killed in action 24th October 1918. Buried at Verchain British Cemetery, Verchain-Maugre, Nord, France. C.19.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Albert James STONE

3/7569 1st Battalion, Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry). Born Teignmouth. Enlisted Clevedon. Died of Wounds 5th July 1916.Son of William and Susan Stone, of Clevedon, Somersetshire, late of Devonshire. Husband of Louisa Stone, of 12, Chapel Hill, Clevedon, Somerset. National Reservist, joined up 4th Sept., 1914. Age 28. BEAUVAL COMMUNAL CEMETERY. F.6. Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial

W.YORKSHIRE REGIMENT

Cyril Frank KIDDLE

2/Lt. 4th Battalion, Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment). Attached 1/5th Battalion. Killed in Action 25th April 1918.Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial

E.YORKSHIRE REGIMENT

Guy Richard Penny WOOKEY

3rd Battalion. Lieutenant.Died of Wounds 10th May 1915.Son of Edgar and Clara Wookey, of 51, Kidbrooke Park Rd., Blackheath, London. YPRES (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL. Panel 21 and 31.

BEDFORDSHIRE REGIMENT

Arthur Edward NEADS

Private. 4th Battalion. 45530. Born and Resident Clevedon. Enlisted Taunton. Formerly 26663 Somerset Light Infantry. Died of Wounds 5th September 1918.

SOUTH WALES BORDERERS

T.T.COUNSELL

Details not known.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT

A.G.POOLE

Captain.First names not known. Died 28th November 1918. CLEVEDON (ST. ANDREW) CHURCHYARD.

Leo Cuthbert MAY

2/Lt. 3rd Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment. (Attached 12th Bn). Killed in Action 27th June 1918. Aged 25. Son of Mr and Mrs H.May of Clevedon, Somerset. Husband of A.May of 'Picton House', Wellington Terrace, Clevedon, Somerset. Aval Wood Military Cemetery, Vieux-Berquin, Nord, France. 111.A.7.Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial

Victor Charles BINDING

Sergeant 200495. 1/4th Battalion (City of Bristol) T.F., Gloucestershire Regiment. Born Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol. Killed in action 9th October 1917. Aged 21. Son of the late T C and S E Binding. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West Vlaanderan, Belgium. Panel 72 - 75.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Charles Joseph BLAKE

12th (Service) (Bristol) Battalion. 16694. Born Portishead. Enlisted Weston Super Mare. KIA 30th July 1916. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL. Pier and Face 5 A and 5 B.

Frank BROOKS

Private 16641. 12th Battalion., Gloucestershire Regiment. Son of Mr and Mrs William Brooks of 153 Kenn Road, Clevedon, Somerset. Died on Saturday 5th May 1917 aged 20. Commemorated on Arras Memorial, Pas De Calais, France. Bay 6.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Patrick George Henry COSTELLO

2/6th Battalion (Territorials) Lance Corporal. 266140. Born London. Enlisted Clevedon. Resident Clevedon. KIA 28th August 1917.Aged 21.'c' Coy. Son of Albert Edward Barnet Costello and Frances Mary Costello, of Coleridge Cottage, Old Church Rd., Clevedon, Somerset. TYNE COT MEMORIAL. Panel 72 to 75.

Charles Gordon Stewart COX

1/6th Battalion. Corporal 200579. Born Margate. Enlisted Bristol. Resident Tockington. KIA 12th August 1917. Burial details not known.

F.R.HODGES

Details not known.

Henry Charles Daniel JONES

1/6th Battalion. Private 3360. Born St Pauls, Bristol. Enlisted Bristol. KIA 21st July 1916.Son of Mrs. W. H. Jones. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL. Pier and Face 5 A and 5 B.

Frank LAWRENCE

12th (Service) (Bristol) Battalion. Private 44384. Born Clevedon. Enlisted Taunton. Formerly 68185 Devonshire Regiment. Died 21st October 1918.Aged 19. SCHOONSELHOF CEMETERY. Plot IIa, 47.

Harold James SIBLEY

D.C.M.1st Battalion. Private 22070. Born Crewkerne. Enlisted Bath. Died of Wounds 25th May 1918. Aged 26. Son of George and Elizabeth Sibley, of Crewkerne, Somerset. PERNES BRITISH CEMETERY. II. C. 21.

Albert Victor WILTSHIRE

4580 1/4th (City of Bristol) Battalion, (T.F.). Born Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol. Killed in Action 22nd August 1916. Aged 19. Son of Mr W.H. and Mrs I.Wiltshire of 359 Bath Road, Bristol. Native of Clevedon, Somerset. Blighty Valley Cemetery, Authuile Wood, Somme, France. 1.D.1.Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial

WORCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT

Harold John BENNETT

Private 36986 1st/8th Battalion., Worcestershire Regiment. Killed in Action on Saturday 5th October 1918. Aged 22. Son of John and Bertha Bennett of Schoolhouse, High Ham, Langport, Somerset. Native of Clevedon. Enlisted Devizes. Born and Resident Clevedon.Formerly 257262, R.E. Buried Beurevoir Communal Cemetery British Extension, Aisne, France. B.5.  Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

George Henry COX

10th Battalion. Private 203368. Born and Enlisted Clevedon. Died 14th October 1918.BERLIN SOUTH-WESTERN CEMETERY. XVI. A. 8.

DUKE OF CORNWALLS LIGHT INFANTRY

Fred J PYKE

DCLI. Further Details Not Known.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

Alfred James PYKE

10th Battalion. Private 24575. Born Porth, Glam. Enlisted Clevedon. KIA 4th May 1917.Aged 27. Son of Albert and Hannah Mary Pyke, of "Leithvale," Higgs Rd., Drouin, Victoria, Australia. ARRAS MEMORIAL. Bay 6.

HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT

George Fredrick HARRY

Private 27800. 2nd Battalion., Hampshire Regiment. Born Bristol. Enlisted Clevedon. Killed in action 27th September 1917. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, Belgium. Panel 88 - 90 then 162..Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

OXFORD & BUCKS LIGHT INFANTRY

Frank Charles CALLOW

Pioneer. Royal Engineers (according to CWGC). Railway Transport Establishment. Died 23rd October 1918. 177143. Son of Charles Callow, of Clevedon, Somerset. MONTECCHIO PRECALCINO COMMUNAL CEMETERY EXTENSION. Plot 7. Row D. Grave 1.

K.R.R.C.

Douglas Scott Dalrymple CLARK

NP. Captain, 18th Battalion.,King's Royal Rifle Corps. (and TM B). Killed in Action 15th September 1916. Details of Burial or Commemoration Not Known.(No record held with CWGC)D.S.,M.C. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE REGIMENT

H.C.ROBINSON

Captain. Details not known.

LEINSTER REGIMENT

Frederick G.PUDDY

Private 625. 6th Battalion., Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians). Born Clevedon. Enlisted Taunton. Died at home 19th March 1915. Aged 33. Son of Mrs Charlotte Puddy of Clevedon. Buried at grangegorman Military Cemetery, County Dublin, Eire. CE59..Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS

Eustace Roland WHITBY

Lieutenant. M.C. KIA 20th November 1917.(GR BN). Aged 28. Formerly 16th Bn.  Son of Robert and Florence Whitby, of Edinburgh House, Clevedon, Somerset. ARRAS MEMORIAL. Bay 9.

RIFLE BRIGADE

Arthur Stafford WILSON

Second Lieutenant.(TP) 2nd Battalion.  KIA 25th August 1916. Aged 24. Son of J. Grant Wilson and Mabel K. Wilson, of Homelands, Clevedon, Somerset. VERMELLES BRITISH CEMETERY. III. P. 21.

M.G.C.

Walter Edward HAMLIN

Gunner 80594. Machine Gun Corps (Motor Branch). Formerly 551001, Gloucestershire Regiment.Enlisted Bristol. Son of Samuel Hamlin of 63 Kenn Road, Clevedon, Somerset (buried Peshawar (Right) British Cemetery. X.LV.20). Died 28th October 1918 in India. Commemorated on the Delhi Memorial (India Gate), India. Face 23.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

Arthur E KNIGHT

Private 53217 50th Company, Machine Gun Corps. Son of F.Knight of 84 Old Street, Clevedon, Somerset. Formerly 125636 R.F.A. Born Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol. Buried Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. III.L.48. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

TANK CORPS

Francis Henry MAY

Second Lieutenant 1st Battalion, Tank Corps. Died 29th September 1918. Aged 27. Son of Henry Edward and Amelia May of Venetian House, Clevedon, Somerset. Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 11.Also commemorated on the Clevedon British School Memorial

LABOUR CORPS

Robert Claude CANTER

According the CWGC and the "Soldiers Died in the Great War" database the actual name of this casualty is Egbert Claude Canter. Born Twerton, Somerset. Enlisted Clevedon. Private 476351. Labour Corps (101st Coy). Formerly 10081, Herts Regiment. Died of wounds 19th May 1918. Buried at St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France.Also on the St John's Roll of Honour.

LONDON REGIMENT (QUEEN'S)

William THORNE

Private 723044. 1st/24th Battalion.,London Regiment. Son of William and Mary Thorne of 76 Old Street, Clevedon, Somerset. Born & Resident Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol.Formerly 21329,3rd S.L.I. Died of Wounds Friday 25th October 1918 aged 26. Buried Terlincthun British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. VI.C.5. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

R.A.S.C.

Wilfred John KIBBLE

Private Mai/18701. Royal Army Service Corps, Attached 92nd Field Ambulance., Royal Army Medical Corps. Son of Harry and Dorinda Kibble of Clevedon, Somerset. Husband of Lillie Kibble, of 6 Aberdeen place, St John's Wood, London. Born Churton, Mendip. Enlisted London. Resident Clevedon. Died of Wounds Saturday 22nd September 1917 aged 29. Buried Zuydcoote Military Cemetery, Nord, France. I.E.26.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

CIVIL SERVICE RIFLES

Wilfred Hinton BUTLER

NP. Private 7537. 13th Kensington Battalion.,London Regiment. Formerly,5492,15th London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles). Born Oxford. Enlisted and Resident Clevedon. Died of Wounds on Monday, 2nd October 1916. Aged 21. Son of Mr A.E.H. and Mrs M.I.Butler of Herbert Lodge, Clevedon. Buried Walton-In-Gordano (St Mary) Churchyard, Somerset, England. Also commemorated on the Walton-In-Gordano Roll of Honour.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

ARTISTS RIFLES

Cuthbert Hugh Clement WILLS

NP. Private 761633. 28th (County of London) Battalion (Artists Rifles). Born Cotham, Bristol. Enlisted Bristol. Resident Clevedon. killed in Action Friday 24th August 1917 aged 24. Son of Rev. Cuthbert E.T.Wills and Mrs Elsie Beatrice Wills of Thakeham Rectory, Pulborough, Sussex. Buried at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, St Laurent-Blangy, Pas de Calais, France. I.P.7.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

Q.M.A.A.C.

Mrs Violet Alice Lambton LONG

O.B.E. Dep. CH. Controller.Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps. HOLLYBROOK MEMORIAL, SOUTHAMPTON.

OVERSEAS CONTINGENT

SOUTH AFRICAN MOUNTED RIFLES

Edward Travers BURGES

Major.South African Infantry.1st Regiment. Son of the late Daniel Travers Burges and Alice Sarah Burges, of Bristol; husband of Charlotte Burges, of Highland Cottage, Clevedon, Somerset, England. Aged 38. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL. Pier and Face 4 C. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at All Saints, Clevedon.

CANADIAN MOUNTED RIFLES

Harry Cecil ELLIS

Private. 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles (British Columbia Regt.). Aged 25. 916855. Died 10th August 1918. Son of George and Zenobia Ellis, of Clevedon, Somerset, England. BOUCHOIR NEW BRITISH CEMETERY. III. C. 68.

NEW ZEALAND FIELD ARTILLERY

H.N.GOODWIN

Details not known.

1st CANADIAN INFANTRY

W.J.NEADS

First names not known. 400686. 1st Bn. Canadian Infantry (Western Ontario Regt.). Son of Ellen Neads, of 4, Railway View, Clevedon, Somerset, England, and the late W. J. Neads. Died 16th December 1917. CLEVEDON (ST. ANDREW) CHURCHYARD.

3rd CANADIAN INFANTRY

Richard Donald SHORNEY

3rd Bn. Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regt.). 18993. Aged 25. Son of Edwin and Emma Shorney, of Clevedon, Somerset. WIMEREUX COMMUNAL CEMETERY. I.F.12.

CANADIAN ENGINEERS

G.E.STICKEY

Details not known.

A memorial in the church to Colonel Charles Parker ELLIS of the Grenadier Guards says "took part in the campaigns of 1812, 1813, 1814 and 1815. Severely contused at Quatra Bras and wounded at Waterloo ... his literary talents enabled him to record some interesting particulars of the military history of his time".

A memorial in the churchyard to Captain Henry Wyndham Arthur MARSON of the 8th Bengal Infantry says "who died at Peshawar of fever contracted whilst on convoy duty at Bara 26th December 1897, aged 31".

A memorial in the Churchyard commemorates Frederick John DUGGAN. Captain R.F.A. Killed 21st March 1916. Aged 33 years. Buried at Erquinghem.

World War Two

ROYAL NAVY

Robert Gordon ATTWELL

Gordon Roy BURNELL
George Douglas COOKSLEY
Frank Arthur HAWKINS
John Alfred Archie KENT
Lionel WEAVER

ROYAL MARINES

Thomas Edward HARRIS

BRITISH ARMY

7th Q.O.HUSSARS

Cyril Roy JONES

LOTHIAN AND BORDER YEOMANRY

Gordon Charles FORTUNE

ROYAL ARTILLERY

John William DIXON
Frederick William DOWDING
James HALL
Ronald SHEPPARD
Samuel Arthur James TYLER

ROYAL ENGINEERS

Walter FINCH
Edward Langworthy BROUGHTON
Gilbert KING
Dennis OSGOOD
Kenneth Thomas THOBURN
Stanley Ewart THOMAS

GRENADIER GUARDS

Gordon Allan BAKER

WELSH GUARDS

Richard John MORRIS

SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY

Arthur Charles ANDREWS
Ivor E.H. BRAY
George Charles Jessie GENGE

EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT

Stanley GREEN

LEICESTERSHIRE REGIMENT

Philip BUTTERWORTH

DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT

Douglas M.BLAKE

DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY

Albert James COLE

CAMERON HIGHLANDERS

Robert Frederick YOUDE

ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS

Ernest George BRICE
John Leslie UPTON

INDIAN ARMY

2nd (K.E.O) GURKHA RIFLES

The Honourable Lionel Charles Frederick SHORE

Major. 2nd King Edward VII's Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles). 1st Battalion. Son of Hugh Aglionby Shore, 6th Baron Teignmouth, and of Lady Teignmouth (nee Marsh), of Clevedon, Somerset. Died 20th July 1944. Aged 26. AREZZO WAR CEMETERY. III. D. 9.

ROYAL AIR FORCE

Frederick AUSTIN
Charles BROWN
John Douglas CASSAN
Linden William DORNEY
Peter Henry Russell HUNT
Frederick Charles KING
Herbert John MOULE
Leslie Osborn ORCHARD

MERCHANT NAVY

Jack PEACOCK

NATIONAL FIRE SERVICE

Archie HANCOCK

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