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Gloucestershire Regiment

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Those known to have served with

Gloucestershire Regiment

during the Great War 1914-1918.

  • Abbott John. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Alcock Frederick. L/Sgt. 2nd/5th Btn. (d.30th September 1918)
  • Alexander John William. Pte. 7th Service Batallion (d.6th Feb1917)
  • Allen Robert. Pte. 13th (Forest of Dean Pioneers) Battalion (d.1st Mar 1917)
  • Ames Henry Richard Thomas. Pte. 1/5 Btn.
  • Ames Henry Richard Thomas. Pte.
  • Ashwin Richard. Pte. 11th Battalion (d.4th April 1917)
  • Baglin Arthur. Pte. 10th Battalion (d.25 Sptember 1915)
  • Bailey Arthur Henry. Pte. 1st Btn., "B" Coy. (d.10th March 1916)
  • Baldwin Arthur James. Pte. 1st/4th Btn. (d.12th Nov 1918)
  • Baldwin William Lambert. Pte. 13th Btn.
  • Bambury William George. Pte. 8th Battalion (d.23rd Jul 1916)
  • Barnes John. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.13th Oct 1915)
  • Bateman Wilfred Joseph. Pte. 12th Btn.
  • Beacham Rupert. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.10th April 1918)
  • Beaver Albert Richmond. L/Cpl. 8th Btn. (d.27th May 1917)
  • Bennison Charles Joseph Henry. Pte. 12th (Bristol's Own) Battalion, B Coy. (d.3rd Sep 1916)
  • Bishop Charles. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.30th May 1918)
  • Blackmore Arthur James Cyril. Pte. 6th Btn., 7th Pltn., B Coy. (d.29th May 1915)
  • Blackmore Bernard. Sgt 1st/4th
  • Blackwell Charles William. Pte 1st Btn.
  • Bowen Alfred William. Pte.
  • Bunting Arthur. Pte. 8th Btn.
  • Butt Harry Alfred. Capt. 14th btn. (d.8th Jun 1916)
  • Button William. Pte. 1/4th Btn. (d.23rd Oct 1917)
  • Calder George Walter. L/Cpl. 1st Btn.
  • Careless Arthur. Pte. 10th Battalion (d.30th June 1916)
  • Carpenter Harry. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.8th Jun 1917)
  • Carrier Samuel. Pte. 13th Battalion (d.30th June 1916)
  • Carton Adrian. Lt.Gn.
  • Chaplin Arthur. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.20th September 1917)
  • Clark A.. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Clark Herbert Stanley. Cpl. 1/6th Batallion (d.3rd Sep 1916)
  • Clark Walter Mark. Pte. 12th (Service) (Bristol) Battalion (d.23rd Aug 1918)
  • Clayton Charles. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.8th Aug 1915)
  • Clutterbuck Alfred Charles. Pte. 2nd/4th Btn. (d.27th Aug 1917)
  • Coates Ernest. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.5th Oct 1917)
  • Cork Samuel Alfred. Pte. 6th Btn. (d.22nd May 1915)
  • Cornock G. Pte. 12th Btn.
  • Davis Albert Victor. L/Cpl. 12th Btn. (d.22 April 1917)
  • Dobson John. Cpl. 12th (Bristol) Btn. (d.8th May 1917)
  • Dolman Stephen. Pte. 1/6th Batallion (d.19th Mar 1916)
  • Earle William Herbert. Cpl. 12th Btn. (d.8th May 1917)
  • Eastman Frederick William. Pte. 8th Btn.
  • Eyre Harry. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.19th September 1918)
  • Fairman William Manfield. Pte. 9th Service Btn. A Coy.
  • Fairman William Manfield. Pte. 9th Battalion
  • Field Frederick Stanley. Pte. 12th (Bristol) Battalion (d.3rd Sep 1916)
  • Fitts Sydney Albert. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.8th Aug 1916)
  • Fitts Sydney Albert. Pte. 10th Battalion (d.8th Aug 1916)
  • Fletcher George.
  • Foot Cecil William Arthur. Pte. 1st Battalion
  • Foxhall Reginald. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.28th June 1918)
  • Freeman Arthur Fredrick. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.25th Sep 1915)
  • Gage Frank William. Pte. 8th Battalion (d.11th Sep 1916)
  • Gale Philip Alan. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.23rd/24th Jul 1916)
  • Garrington Frederick. Pte. 13th Btn (d.12th July 1916)
  • Garrington Frederick. Pte. 13th (Forest of Dean Pioneeers) Btn. (d.12th July 1916)
  • Gay Benjamin Charles. Cpl. 1/6th Btn. (d.25th Apr 1915)
  • Grange William George. Pte. 1st Btn.
  • Grange William George. Pte. 1st Battalion
  • Greenway Hubert Edward. L/Cpl. 7th Btn.
  • Guy Sidney George. Capt. 13th Battalion
  • Hancock A. Pte. 1st Btn.
  • Hardwell Tom. Pte. 11th Battalion
  • Hargreaves Thomas. Pte. 8th Battalion (d.18th April 1918)
  • Harmer Charles. Pte.
  • Hartley John George. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.3rd May 1918)
  • Hobson Harold. Private 8th Battalion
  • Holme Alexander Charles. Lt. 1attd. 3rd Bn. Nigeria Regiment, W.A.F.F. (d.6th September 1914)
  • Humphrey Lawrence. Pte. 2/4th (City of Bristol) Battalion (d.27th August 1918)
  • Hutchison Daniel. Pte. 13th Battalion
  • Ingram Henry. Pte. 1st/6th Battalion (d.22nd Aug 1916)
  • Ireland Alfred. Pte. 7th Batallion (d.12th Jan 1917)
  • Ireland Alfred. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.12th Jan 1917)
  • Irwin Thomas. L/Sgt. 13th Btn. (d.22nd Mar 1918)
  • Kendrick Frank. Pte. 12th Btn., A Coy. (d.5th June 1918)
  • Kilmister Harry. Act. Sgt. 7th Btn.
  • Knight Alfred James. Lt. 9th Btn
  • Large Frank. Private
  • Law Alfred. L/Cpl. 7th Battalion (d.8th Aug 1915)
  • Law Alfred. L/Cpl. 7th Btn. (d.8th Aug 1915)
  • Law Alfred. L/Cpl. 7th Btn. (d.8th Aug 1915)
  • Lax John Willie. Cpl. 13th Btn. (d.27th Apr 1918)
  • Leigh Frederick. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Littlehales Charles. Pte. 10th Btn.
  • Maggs Bertram. Spr.
  • Mann William. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.18th July 1916)
  • Meredith Charles James. Pte. 8th (Service) Batallion (d.27th July 1916)
  • Miles Wallace Ernest Ralph. Pte. 9th Btn. (d.27th Oct 1918)
  • Millward J. H.. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.8th Jun 1917)
  • Molteno Leonard Clarke. L/Cpl. 1/6th Btn. (d.23rd Jul 1916)
  • Moore Arthur. Pte.
  • Morse Harry Lawson. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Mossop Bernard Alfred. Cpl. 10th Battalion (d.11th October 1915)
  • Mundy Samuel. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.9th Sep 1918)
  • Parsons George William. Sgt. 13th Btn. (d.22nd March 1918)
  • Parsons Hardy Falconer. 2nd Lt. 1st/2nd Btn. att 14th Bn. (d.21st Aug 1917)
  • Parsons Reginald. Pte. 1/4th (City of Bristol) Btn. (d.13th Apr 1917)
  • Pearce Wilfred. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.3rd Jul 1916)
  • Pearce William. L/Cpl. 1st/5th Btn. (d.26th April 1917)
  • Pedley Joseph. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.24th Oct 1916)
  • Perry James Francis. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.11th September 1916)
  • Pitman Godfrey Hugh. Pte. 10th (Service) Battalion (d.17th July 1916)
  • Pottinger Frank. Pte 8th Btn (d.11th May 1917)
  • Powell Henry Joseph. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.8th May 1917)
  • Purnell Albert Charles. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.13th Nov 1915)
  • Purvis Alfred. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.15th Mar 1917)
  • Quinn Nicholas. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.30th June 1916)
  • Reece James Albert. Sgt.
  • Roberts William Henry. Pte. 13th (Forest of Dean Pioneers) Btn. (d.5th June 1916)
  • Rossiter Stephen. Pte. 7th Battalion (d.30th Nov 1915)
  • Rossiter Stephen. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.30th Nov 1915)
  • Simmons Joseph D.. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.5th October 1917)
  • Simms Frederick A.. Pte. 7th (Service) Battalion (d.25th Jan 1917)
  • Skinner Joseph Porteous. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.1st Aug 1916)
  • Snell Harry Prentice. Cpl. 1/5th Btn. (d.16th Aug 1917)
  • Stallard Charles Albert. L/Cpl. 9th Btn. (d.25th Apr 1917)
  • Stone Alfred J.. Pte 13th (Forest of Dean Pioneers) Battalion (d.8th Aug 1917)
  • Tame William Charles. L/Cpl. 12th Battalion (d.29th Jul 1917)
  • Taylor Charles Richard . Pte. 14th Btn.
  • Thombs Hubert. Pte. 8th Service Btn. (d.4th October 1917)
  • Thompson Thomas John. Pte. 1st Battalion, B Coy. (d.28th Oct 1918)
  • Tranter Henry Isaac. Pte. 1/5th Battalion (d.28th Aug1916)
  • Walters John Thomas. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.8th Aug 1915)
  • Ward James Pailing. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.18th Apr 1918)
  • Ward Mark Witworth. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.3rd Jul 1916)
  • Warry Fred. Pte. Gloucester Regiment (d.12th September 1916)
  • Westprey Bernard Robert. Pte. 2nd/4th battalion (d.3rd December 1917)
  • White Thomas William. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.13th May 1915)
  • Wixey Frederick Thomas. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.3rd July 1916)
  • Woodworth William. Pte. 6th Btn.

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L/Cpl. William Pearce 1st/5th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.26th April 1917)

William Pearce died on the 26th of April 1917 and is buried in the Unicorn Cemetery in France. He was the son of Benjamin Pearce from Winford, Somerset

s flynn


Pte. Ernest Coates 12th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.5th Oct 1917)

Pte Ernest Coates

Ernest Coates joined the South Lancs Regiment enlisting in Preston around 1915. We think he was injured in France and returned to the UK for convalescence and recovery and then returned to active duty but was transferred to the 12 Gloucestershire Battalion sometime between December 1916 and Feb 1917. He was killed in the Battle of Broodseinde on the 5 Oct 1917 aged 21.

Philip Coates


Pte. Sydney Albert Fitts 10th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.8th Aug 1916)

Sydney Fitts was my Great Uncle, and all I know about him is that he was injured at Somme and died of his wounds in Manchester. He is buried with his brother at Cheltenham Cemetery, Prestbury in a CWGC grave. (only his name appears on the stone).

Barry Wilson


Pte. Henry Joseph Powell 12th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.8th May 1917)

Henry Powell was killed in action on the 8th of May 1917, aged 19. Buried in Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France, he was the son of Mrs. T. E. Powell, of 29 Weston St., Barton Hill, Bristol.

s flynn


Pte. Charles Bishop 8th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.30th May 1918)

Charles Bishop was my Husbands great uncle, we have been trying to find more information about him. His name is on the Soissons Memorial.

Heidi Andrews


Pte. Arthur Bunting 8th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment

My great grandfather Arthur Bunting was in charge of the donkeys at the Somme. After his return he never told anyone about his time in the war.

John Goulder


Pte. Charles Joseph Henry Bennison 12th (Bristol's Own) Battalion, B Coy. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.3rd Sep 1916)

Charles Bennison was born in 2 Clare Cottage, Kew Place, Cheltenham in 1891 to Benjamin and Alice Sarah A. Bennison (nee Lewis). From 1901 to 1911 the family was living at Lewis Villa, Teewell Hill, Staple Hill. By 1911 Charles was working as a store manager in a motor works.

He enlisted in Bristol and served as Private 14242 in B Company, 12th (Bristol's Own) Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment and left for France on 21st. November 1915 and was killed in action on Sunday 3rd of September 1916 during the latter stages of the First Battle of The Somme when aged 25 years. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

Charles's father Benjamin was sent his son's personal effects - £2.4s.10d. - on 20th March 1917 with a War Gratuity of £9.0s.0d following on 10th November 1919. He was posthumously awarded the 1914-15 Star, the Victory medal and the British War medal


L/Cpl. Albert Richmond Beaver 8th Btn. Loyal North Lancashire (d.27th May 1917)

R. Beaver is commemorated on the Mangotsfield War Memorial but there is no man of that name from Mangotsfield recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. But, there is an Albert Richmond Beaver from the village so it appears he was probably better known as Richmond Baber as indicated on the Electoral list of 1914?

Hewas born in 1890 in Mangotsfield to Albert and Amy Keziah Beaver (nee Baker) who were married on 25th December 1888 in Christ Church, Downend. In 1891 they were living in Staple Hill and ten years later Richmond was residing in Salisbury Avenue, Two Mile Hill, St. George with his step father William Gingell who had married Richmond's mother Amy in 1895 following the death of Richmond's father Albert in 1892. When he enlisted in 1909 Richmond was employed as a box making machinist in a printing works living at 11, Burchell's Green Road, St. George with his step father who had also been widowed, with Richmond's mother Amy passing away in 1910.

Richmond enlisted for ten years on 3rd June 1909 in Bristol as Ordinary Seaman Bristol 3/788 in the Royal Naval Division with his records showing he was 5' 6" tall with dark brown hair with grey eyes and had a small tattoo smudge on his right forearm. However his service appears to have been cut short or 'Incomplete' according to his service record. Despite having reached the level of A.B. (Able Bodied Seaman) it also states that his service onboard H.M.S. Spartan (a Second Class Light Cruiser) was cancelled and demoted to ships cook. Clearly he left the Royal Navy as the 1914 Electoral Register has Richmond living in 9, Court Road, Kingswood, with his wife Elizabeth.

He formerly served as Lance Corporal 27193 1st/6th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment (based upon his service number), enlisting some time after 1915 and later posted as Lance Corporal 34329 to 8th (Service) Battalion, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (25th Division) for Kitchener's Army which had landed in Boulogne on 16th September 1915, the division concentrating in the area of Nieppe and on 26th October it was transferred to 7th Brigade. Their first action was in defence of the German attack on Vimy Ridge in May 1916. They then moved to The Somme and joined the Battle just after the main attack, with 75th Brigade making a costly attack near Thiepval on the 3rd of July. The Division was in action at The Battle of Bazentin, The Battle of Pozieres and The Battle of the Ancre Heights

Richmond was killed in action on 27th May 1917 near Neuve Eglise in the Battle of Messines during the attack between the Wulverghem-Messines and Wulverghem-Wytschaete roads and is buried at the Dranoutre Military Cemetery, 11.5 kilometres south of Ypres, Belgium. Strangely there is nothing untoward in the Battalion's War Diary to indicate there was any figthing with the enemy ..24th - 28th May. The 7th Infantry Brigade relieved the 74th Infantry Brigade in the Wulvergheim sector. The 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment going into the trenches. 8th Loyal North Lancs in brigade support at Neuve Eglise and the two remaining battalions in reserve at Aldershot and Bulford camps. However the Diary states that during the night of the 28th ...the enemy bombarded our front trenches, the damage done being inconsiderable (negligible).... so how was Richmond killed? He was posthumously awarded the 1914-15 Star, the British War and Victory medals


Pte. Frank Kendrick 12th Btn., A Coy. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.5th June 1918)

Frank Kendrick served with the 12th Battalion of the Gloucestershire Regiment in WW1. We do not know very much about him but he was my Great, Great Grandfather. We have found out that his special skill was tunnels and trenches. He was killed in action in France on 5th June 1918 and is buried in Thiennes British Cemetery.

Lyn Fox


Act. Sgt. Harry Kilmister 7th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment

Harry Kilmister fought at Gallipoli including Chunik Bair, and was evacuated along with his comrades to Egypt in January 1916. After that, he was transferred to the Royal Defence Corps, with 20% disability.

Wayne Finch


Pte. Harry Eyre 8th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.19th September 1918)

Harry Eyre's remains were interred in the Chambieres French National Cemetery, Metz. A headstone erected in his hometown of Crowle suggests he died when he was a prisoner of war.


Pte. A Hancock 1st Btn. Gloucester Regiment

When I was a young soldier back in the early 70s, I would trawl around the pawn shops on the look out for old medals etc. One of the medals I found was, Pte. Hancock's Mons Star, with date bar.

Nigel Grant


Sgt. James Albert Reece Royal Engineers

All we know is that my grandad, James Reece, died in 1942, after a long illness from war wounds, and sickness sustained during the First World War. He was awarded the British Medal and the Victory Medal. He also served in the Gloucester Regiment.


Pte. James Francis Perry 10th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.11th September 1916)

James Perry was killed at the Battle of the Somme (died of wounds). I have his medals.

Dave Panting


Pte. William Button 1/4th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.23rd Oct 1917)

William Button served with the 4th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment.

Kevin Smith


Pte. G Cornock 12th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment

My friend gave me a box of things he wasn't interested in keeping and in there were his family's decorations. I asked if he wanted them back and he said no, so I'm looking into finding anything I can and will give it all back whether he wants it or not. I do believe that G Cornock had a brother who is Cpl. A. Cornock who was a boxer and runner-up for the middle-weight Burma Divisional Tournament 1913. I have already found more information about his uncle who was on the HMCS Hood.

If you are able to help with anything on G. Cornock or A. Cornock I would be very grateful.

Larry Taverner


Pte. Frederick Leigh 2nd Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment

I was trying to discover who from my family had served in the First World War and I found that I had two great uncles - Frederick Charles Leigh and William Edward Leigh - who had served. Both were serving at the outbreak of the war, Frederick in the Gloucesters and the William in the Royal Marines. My plan is to put together their story to pass on to my children and grandchildren.


Lt. Alexander Charles Holme 1attd. 3rd Bn. Nigeria Regiment, W.A.F.F. Gloucestershire Regiment, 1st Btn. (d.6th September 1914)

Alexander Holme was the Son of Charles H. Holme, of Rawburn, Duns. His brother Second Lieut. R.H.P. Holme also fell.

He was 25 when he died and is commemorated on a special memorial in the Limbe Botanical Gardens Burial Grounds in the Cameroons.

s flynn


Pte. Wilfred Pearce 8th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.3rd Jul 1916)

Wilfred Pearce was killed in action in the Battle of the Somme at La Boiselle. He is remembered at the memorial to the missing at Thiepval.

Kenny Pearce


Pte. Philip Alan Gale 10th Btn. Gloucestershire Regiment (d.23rd/24th Jul 1916)

Philip Alan Gale was the son of William and Annie Gale of 108 High Street Marlborough in Wiltshire. In the 1911 census Philip is listed as an apprentice in an outfitting business, and his father, William, as a printer. There is a memorial brass plaque to Philip in Christchurch, Marlborough. which states " wounded and missing on the Somme whilst endeavouring to succour wounded comrades."

David Du Croz

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