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Memorials & Monuments
on the Isle of Wight
- Shorwell -
- St Peter's Church Roll of Honour -

Location

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

Link : War Memorials Archive Reference 40889  
 
Historic England Listing Status

St Peter's Church is Listed Grade I. Since the Memorial forms part of the fittings of the Church, it is assumed to be covered by the Listing.
 
Description

Great War Roll of Honour, on a printed form, completed in manuscript, and annotated with with some service history and whether men died.

Memorial

Shorwell St Peter's Roll of Honour
 
Inscription


FOR KING AND COUNTRY
OUR ROLL OF HONOUR
PLEASE REMEMBER IN PRAYER THE FOLLOWING
WHO ARE ON ACTIVE SERVICE


 

Further Information

Names as recorded

NameUnit / historyLinks
- THE ARMY -
William Barnes Royal Engineers
Charles Barton Army Service Corps (killed Oct 26 1916) CWGC record ...
Biographical information
Frank Barton Army Farriers
Charles Cotton Royal Engineers
Herbert Cox Dorset Regiment Biographical information for his brother James Cox
Thomas Cotton (Colour Sergeant) Royal Field Artillery
William James Douse Army Service Corps Biographical information for his brother Frederick James Douse
Frederick Charles Douse 3rd Dorset Regiment (died in hospital of pneumonia) CWGC record ...
Buried at St Peter's New Churchyard (link gives Biographical information)
Henry Downer Army Service Corps
Walter Downer National Reserve
Albert Gladdis Hampshire Regiment (lost in the "Royal Edward") CWGC record ...
Biographical information
Harry Guy Royal Field Artillery
Charles Guy (... ... Merchant Service)
Royal Marines
Albert Richard Hart 2nd Lieut (Sergt) Hants regt ? (National Reserve)
Richard Jacobs Army Medical Corps
Alexander Henry Leith (Lt-Col) Gordon Highlanders, now Lord Burgh thepeerage.com entry
for Lord Burgh
William Miller Labour Company
Arthur Morris Territorials
Bertram Wilfred Munford Hampshire Regiment, (reported missing) CWGC record ...
Arthur Munford Dorset Regt, (prisoner among the Turks)
Roy Bryson Murray Devon Regiment, (killed July 1916) CWGC record ...
Charles Ernest Mew Army Medical Corps
Harry Mew Royal Veterinary Corps
Arthur Leslie Newnham 8th Hants (Cyclists) CWGC record ...
Bernard Roy Newnham Canadian Forces
Wallace Payne 8th Hants (Cyclists)
John Henry Ralph 8th Hants (Cyclists)
Henry Rann (Sergeant) Rifle Brigade, (died of wounds July 25 1917) CWGC record ...
George Charles Ridett Hants Rifles
Sidney Albert Ridett Army Service Corps
Edward Salter Army Service Corps
Frank Salter 53rd Battn Line Canadian Forces, (killed July 1915) CWGC record ... Date of death incorrect on Roll of Honour
James Salter Ordnance Service
George Alfred Sandy HMS Queen Mary, Royal Marine Artillery, (died) CWGC record ... - served as George JONES
The Isle of Wight County Press of 2 June 1917 has an In Memoriam for George Sandy, stating that he lost his life in the sinking of HMS Queen Mary on 31 May 1916.
Arthur Frederick Sandy Royal Garrison Artillery
Cecil Raymond Smiley Royal Engineers
Charles Sprake Territorials
William SprakeHants Rifles
Archie Frederick William Trickett Essex Regiment, (killed in action) CWGC record ...
 Inscription on family headstone Brighstone St Mary's Cemetery
John Thomson Territorials
Arthur Ralph Trickett Territorials
Harry Leonard TrickettRoyal Gloucester Hussar Yeomanry
Charles William Burt Warne Royal Engineers
Thomas Stephen Warne (Corporal) Royal Field Artillery
William Young Territorials, (killed in action Oct 8 1915) CWGC record ...
Frederick CowardRoyal Flying Corps
George Coward R A Medical Corps
William New Gloucesetershire Regiment, (missing presumed lost) CWGC record ...
Frank W RannI W Rifles
Charlie Downer Gloucestershire Regiment
(R A Medical Corps)
Hilton Downer Henry Downer Devon Regt
(R A Medical Corps)
Victor Randolph Minchin (2nd Lieut) I W Rifles  
Arthur George Weeks Canadian Forces  
... Marsh Royal Veterinary Corps  
Hilton Henry Downer Devon Regiment
Frank DownerDevon Regiment then attached to Royal Veterinary Corps (died in hospital of pneumonia) CWGC record ...
Buried at St Peter's New Churchyard
George Edgar NewnhamRoyal Field Artillery
Robert Downer Gloucestershire Regt
Frederick Salter Dorset Regt
Arthur Baldwin Graham Draper Royal Irish Regiment, (prisoner)
Cecil Redvers Minchin Royal Air Service
- ROYAL NAVY -
Lionel Edward Robin Blakeney Booth HMS Africa
James Cox HMS Hampshire (died) CWGC record ...
Biographical information
Alfred Cox HMS Biographical information for his brother James Cox
Sydney James Davies HMS Indefatigible
(now on French battleship Suffron)
Arthur Davies HMS Encounter
Arthur Kenneth Downer HMS Invincible (died) CWGC record ...
Memorial scroll and medals at Calbourne Military Museum
James Oliver Newnham RN Writers Department
William James Sandy HMS Bulwark, lost Nov 16 1914 CWGC record ...
Ernest White HMS Minerva
Harry Percival Newnham baker on a transport ship
The following enlisted from this Parish but have now
left ; or else are closely connected with it.
- ARMY -
Guy Leggatt (Lieut) Royal Field Artillery
Henry John MarshallEssex Regiment
Frederick R Mustchin Dorset Regiment, (missing presumed lost) No CWGC record. Although taken prisoner of war, he survived the war, and died in 1963.
Charles Nobbs(Kingston) Royal Artillery
Horace Prior(Captain) 12th Hampshire Regt
Francis Walter Thomas Recruiting Sergeant
Percy Trickett Ships' Carpenter
Tom Westmore (Kingston) Kitchener's Army
Hubert Arnold Garle (2nd Lieut) Royal Field Artillery
John Ainsher Batten Garle (Lieut) Kent Yeomanry (The Buffs)
Arthur Henry Percival Clarke (Capt) Royal Garrison Artillery)
Charles Edwin Downton Royal Garrison Artillery
Percival George Downton 14th Hants Regiment
Samuel Gale 9th Hants Regiment
Edwin Cooper Sussex Regiment (died) CWGC record ... not found
Charles Cooper Shropshire Light Infantry
Henry Lacey 3rd Hants Regiment
Charles John Denness 8th Hants Regiment
William Henry Denness Royal Field Artillery
- ROYAL NAVY -
George Bates R.N. Reserve
Albert Beale R.N. Reserve
William Binstead R.N. Reserve, 3½ years prisoner of war at Döberitz, (died) CWGC record ... not found
Thomas William Clements R.N. Reserve
Thomas Condy Steward, HMS Sea Horse
George Downer HMS Minerva Magpie
Alfred George Hodkinson Chief Yeoman Signaller, HMS Empress of India

 
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Page last updated : 18 February 2016 (identified A G Sandy)


 
 

 
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