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Parishioners who gave their lives in The Great War

Bessant, Albert, Private, 190993, Hertfordshire Regiment & Labour Corps, 3rd Dec 1918, Age 37, Tournai communal cemetery allied extension, France.


Coombs, Herbert John (Jack), Private, 42275, Hampshire regiment, 1st Btn, 16th May 1918, Age 19, Le Vertannoy British cemetery Hinges, France.


Coombs, Walter Harry, Private, 5557, Australian Imperial Force, 19th regiment, 5th Aus. M.Gun company, 22nd Nov 1917, Age 21, Cabaret-rouge British cemetery Souchez, France.


Kitchen, Charles, Bombardier, 620032, Royal Horse Artillery, 29th Oct 1918, Age 26, Gaza War Cemetery, Israel & Palestine.


Lawson, Henry Sackville, Lieutenant, Royal Garrison Artillery, 4th North Midland Howitzer Brigade, 5th Feb 1918, Age 41, Montescourt-Lizerolles communal cemetery, France.


Llewellyn, Henry (Harry) Angus, Private, 202258, Somerset Light Infantry (att Royal Engineers), 2/4th Btn, 24th October 1918, St. Sever cemetery extension Rouen, France.


Oldfield, Charles Augustus, Private, 19365, Dorsetshire Regiment (formerly of the Somerset Light Infantry), 5th Btn, 13th April 197, Age 19, Valenciennes communal cemetery, France.


Oldfield, Joseph George, 202223, Private, Somerset Light Infantry, 21st Nov 1917, Age 21, Jerusalem war cemetery, Israel & Palestine.


Pearce, Albert Edwin, Private, 215597, Labour Corps, 19th November 1918, Age 35, Weston-in-Gordano church yard.


Shufflebotham, Guy Mynors, Captain, Somerset Light Infantry, 7th Btn, 3rd Sept 1916, Age 20, Guillemont road cemetery, France.


Sully, Lionel, Private, 20603, Somerset Light Infantry, 7th Btn, 16th Sept 1916, Age 22, Guards cemetery LesBoeufs, France.


Thill, J - research ongoing
 

 

Parishioners who served in and survived the The Great War

Bessant, Albert John, Private, 155393, Royal Army Medical Corps.

Burge, Albert, Driver, 94571, Royal Horse Artillery.

Burge, John, Army Service Corps.

Hinton, James King, Sapper, 177288, Royal Engineers, "Q" Special Company.

The online Roll of Honour will continue to develop as research continues. The intention is to provide a definitive online source for all parishioners involved in the First World War, in time creating a commemorative page for each casualty. If you have any information on the soldiers listed above, or details concerning names which should be shown here please Contact Us.