Brimpton


Memorial

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ID:WB372
UKNIWM:
Location:St Peter's Church
OS Map Ref:SU557647
Description:Roll of Honour


Inscription:
[Handwritten, initally calligraphically, later less neatly, on a printed sheet supplied by Raphael Tuck & Sons. Insufficient space meant the last 20 names were on an additional piece of paper stuck over the main sheet.
Names are generally legible but a few letters have faded badly and there is mould growth.]

[Printed]
Roll of Honour
For King and Country
Brimpton
Declaration / of / War / August 4th / 1914
Peace / signed / June 28 / 1919
[Handwritten]
Armistice / signed / Novr 11th 1918
[In columns headed Name : Regiment, Ship, Flying Corps : Casualties
C Andrews, RFA
W Armstrong, Royal Berks Regt, Died of Wounds
Trooper J R Blake, Hants Carabiniers
Gunner H Bradley, RFA
E Dines, Royal Berks Regt, Prisoner
F Digweed, National Reserve
Col H de C Eastwood DSO, 1st Res Regt of Cavalry (Commanding Cyclists Training Centre)
Lieut H R Eastwood RN, HMS Adventure
Major T R Eastwood MC, Rifle Brigade
Captain F L Hadden, 4th Royal Berks Regt
Hemans, Motor Transport
Gee, Royal Berks Regt, Wounded
W J Goodman, Royal Berks Regt, Wounded / Discharged
H Kirby, Rifle Brigade
? Edwards, Army Cyclists Corps
Thomas West, Berks Yeomanry
W West, Territorials
C Elliott, Royal Berks Regt
W Kirby Qr Sergt, Royal Welsh Fusiliers
A Pocock, Royal Berks Regt
? Griffiths, Royal Berks Regt
W G Phillimore, RFA
Pte J Dwyer, Kitchener's Army, Died of Wounds
Pte H Hamilton, Mechanical Transport
Sidney Mildenhall DCM, Hants Regiment, Wounded / Killed
Lieut Col W J Langford, Late OC Prison Gd, Newbury (RMLI Portsmouth)
Sergt C Fleet, National Reserve
Pte J Nightingale, 4th Batt Royal Berks
Pte S Edwards, 4th Batt Royal Berks
J Spratt, National Reserves
Pte J King, Hants Territorials, Wounded / Discharged
Pte D J Staniford, Grenadier Guards Reg, Killed in Action
C Tanner 2nd Lieut, Machine Gun Coprs (Tank Corps)
Bandsman W H Stratton, 7th Hussars, India
Trumpeter H L Stratton, 7th Hussars, India
Pte E T Stratton, Bucks National Reserves (late 6th Dragoon Guards)
Bandmaster J Ventry, HMAS Australia
Band-Sergt F East, 2nd Leicestershire Regt
Bugler S Lock, Hants
Trooper A Foster, 4th Hussars
L/C F Fosbery, Machine Gun Corps, Wounded
J Sawyer, Motor Transport
P Elliott, Royal Berks Regt, Killed
Edward Curtis, Amry Service Corps
P Standley, RGA, Killed
E G Mould, Hampshire Regt
Corpl F E Reeves, RGA
J Timms, Army Service Corps
S Waters, Army Service Corps
A E Richardson, Berks Yeomanry
R Standley, Army Service Corps
A Rixon, Army Service Corps
T Griffin, 3rd Batt Welch Regt
G Pratt, Motor Transport
N Bartholomew, Steward Royal Navy HMS Shark, Killed
P Bartholomew, Royal Navy
S G Ansell, Royal Navy
S J James Lieut, East Lancs Regt
W S Smith, RGA
H E L Smith, Devonshire Regt
W Bradley, KRR
E Bradley, Motor Transport
S Kernut, Royal Navy
J Nightingale, Royal Berks Regt, Died Fever
P Foster
V Stratton, Royal Navy
L/C Verrall, Army Cyclists Corps
Pte L Hutchins, ASC, Killed in Action
Pte H Hutchins, Royal Berks Regt L B
E Hamblin, Army Service Corps
W Reeves, Royal Engineers
H L Blake, RNAS
P R Blake, 2nd Buffs Regt, Killed in Action
E Blake, Army Service Corps
A Bowden, National Reserves
W Kernutt, Royal Berks Regt, Killed in Action
P Bowman, Royal Berks Regt
Driver C G Butler, RE
Corpl J Butler, MGC
Stoker F Butler, Royal Navy
Pte H F Butler, AVC
Sergt A Butler, AVC
Pte H Bowden, Warwickshire Regt
G H Ansell, RAF
R Mitchell
T Barrett, Motor Transport
F Smith, RGLI









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