A Poppy
A Poppy

Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Seaview -
- St Peter's Church -
- Donald William Greenham Memorial -

Location

In St Peter's Church, Seaview, Isle of Wight
 
See map on www.streetmap.co.uk
 
IWM War Memorials Archive Record

Link : War Memorials Archive Reference 40861  
 
Historic England Listing Status

St Peter's Church is not Listed.
 
Description

A marble plaque on the north wall of St Peter's Church.

Memorial

Seaview St Peter's Church Donald William Greenham memorial
 
Inscription


IN LOVING MEMORY OF
ROBERT WILLIAM GREENHAM
DIED FEBRUARY 7TH 1912 AGED 59 YEARS

ALSO OF HIS DAUGHTER
ALICE MABEL GREENHAM
DIED JULY 31ST 1915 AGED 34 YEARS

AND OF HIS ELDEST SON
DONALD WILLIAM GREENHAM
KILLED IN ACTION MARCH 28TH 1918 AGED 34


 

Further Information

Son of Robert William Greenham (died 1912) and Julia Ann Greenham (née Collins), of Sea View, Isle of Wight; husband of Hilda Amelia Greenham, of 88, St. Andrew's Rd., Southsea, Portsmouth.

Born : 1883 Ryde.

Married : 22 April 1913, Hilda Amelia Davis, at St. Peter's Church, Seaview.

Census information :

1891 : Robert and Julia Ann Greenham, with their children including Donald aged 7, are at High Street, Sea View, Isle of Wight. Robert Greenham is a Trinity Pilot.

1901 : Donald Greenham, aged 17, is a Boarder in the household of Mary D'Elboux, at 109, Lodge Road, Southampton. He is a Bank Clerk.

1911 : Julia Ann Greenham, with her children including Donald aged 27, are at Balcombe Lodge, Sea View, Isle of Wight. Donald Greenham is a Bank Clerk.

Service details :

Private 30915 Donald William Greenham, 5th Bn., Dorsetshire Regiment.

Casualty details :

Died : 28 March 1918, aged 35.

Buried at : Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, Pas de Calais, France.

CWGC record ...

Commmemorated on these Memorials :

Carisbrooke Castle County War Memorial Panel 05
Seaview Parish War Memorial
Seaview St Peter's Church War Memorial

Documents and Newspaper cuttings :


Isle of Wight Times, 11 April 1918


National Probate Calendar 1918

Acknowledgments :
 
Ann Barrett for the newspaper cutting

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Page last updated : 7 January 2013



 
 

 
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