A Poppy
A Poppy

Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Gatcombe : St Olave's Church -
- Roll of Honour WW I -

Location

In St Olave's Church, Gatcombe, Isle of Wight, PO30 3EJ.
 
See map on www.streetmap.co.uk
 
IWM War Memorials Archive Record

Link : War Memorials Archive Reference 40765
 
Historic England Listing Status

St Olave's Church is Grade I Listed. Since the Roll of Honour forms part of the fittings of the Church, it is assumed that it is covered by the Listing.
 
Description

A preprinted Roll of Honour form, completed in manuscript.

Names given of those who served, and died. For only those who died, see Roll of Honour (2)
Memorial

Gatcombe St Olave's Church : Roll of Honour WW I
 
Inscription


Roll of Honour
...
"For King and Country"


 
Names recorded
RankNameUnitLinks
Eng Lieut B R U Brannon RN HMS Erin [died]
Biographical Information
William Groves Dreadnought Biographical Information
Sto PO Charles A Kenley Minerva
L S Thomas Leadbeater Iron Duke
Sto PO Henry Smith Ursa
Capt Charles G Seely I W Rifles [died]
Biographical Information
Capt A Cuthbert Brannon Tank Corps Biographical Information
Bomb Harold Allen R G A
Bat S Maj John Thomas Attrill R G A
Pte Guy R Austin Bolam R W Kent
Pte Walter Bradley Hants
L/Cpl William Brown 4th R Fusls
Bomb Arthur Frank Buckell R G A
Pte Charles F Cheverton RAMC
Pte Albert Bromwell 1st Hants [died]
Buried at Talana Farm Cemetery, Ypres
Pte Arthur Frank Dore 15th London Regt [died]
Pte John Henry Flux RAMC
Pte Herbert G Foss R F A
Pte George Percy Groves 7th Hants
S Maj George William Groves R G A [died]
Biographical Information
Sgt Walter Frank Groves 1st Hants Biographical Information
Cpl Ernest Arthur Groves 1st Dorsets [died]
Biographical Information
Pte Edgar James Hendy 10th Hants
Pte Bertram Henry Hendy Warwicks
Pte Harry Hendy 2nd Hants
Pte Ernest Hendy M G C
Sergt Harry Hiscock Hants
Cpl Frank Jones A S C
2nd Lieut Sydney W Kerley R F A
Rflmn Ernest Kerley IW Rifs [died]
Gnr Edward M Kerley R F A
Gnr Alfred Meaning R F A
Cpl Kenneth Meaning R E
Cpl Frederick R Mastchin 1st Dorsets
Gnr Sydney H Mastchin R G A
Pte Alfred George Mastchin A S C
Dr Allan Hugh Mastchin A S C
Pte Charles Henry Mastchin R G A
Cpl Sydney James Osman R G A
Dr Reginald George Osman R F A
Pte Joseph Edward Parker Som L I
Pte Wallace L Payne IW Rfls
Lan Cpl Frank Rann A S C
Pte Oliver Salter Hants [died]
Biographical information
Dr William James Salter A S C
Dr George Henry Salter A S C
Dr Frederick Salter A S C
Pte Simeon Smith 1st Hants [died in 1920]
Buried at Carisbrooke (Mount Joy) Cemetery
Gnr Arthur Harry Taylor R H A
Pte Charles William Taylor A S C
Cpl Reginald Charles Tosdevin 1st Hants
Sgt Clarence Westmore IW Rfls
Pte George H Westmore Lab Btn
Pte Thomas Westmore 2nd Hants
Pte Arthur John Williams D C L I
Gnr Richard H Morris R G A
Dr A H Butchers R G A
Pte Arthur Bonaper (?) Hants
Pte E J Trott IoW Rfls
Pte A F Kerley 5th Hants
Pte J Smith
Sapper George A Tosdevin E Surrey
Pte Sydney G Tosdevin 4th Hants
Pte William Jowett IW Rfls
Sgt Inst T S Corry 1st Seaf Highs [died]
Biographical information
Also from Gatcombe,
but not listed on Roll of Honour :
Rifleman William Charles White IW Rifles [died]

 
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Page last updated : 27 July 2015 (link to burial place for A Bromwell


 
 

 
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