A detailed list of memorials by Surname can be found in the church porch, together with a plan showing where they are. This includes all identified graves. These are also on the History Group’s Resources disk, available for sale on the History Group Pages.Hover over the pictures, right, for two of the memorials. The Bowley charity survives to this day, though now collected with others as the George Soley Foyle CharityA detailed list of all burials, many of which may not have a remaining memorial, has been constructed from parish records [as have lists of baptisms and marriages]. Judy Monger has copies of all these, for family historians to consult. All such original records, [except most recent ones] are deposited in Gloucestershire Archives
Rolls of Honour - Their Name liveth for Evermore
1914-18 War Plaque in Church
BOWER FrankMarch 19172nd Lieut. Northumberland fusiliers, attached RFCHAYWARD Albert Edward1st WiltsApril 1917HAYWARD Frank1st GloucestersApril 1918HAYWARD Charles MauriceGrenadier GuardsOct 1915HAYWARD Edward1st Royal BerksMissingHAYWARD JesseGloucester HussarsNov 1917RADWAY Henry13th GloucestersMay 1917RADWAY WilliamCanadiansMarch 1918SCHALL Henry FrederickSep 19162nd Lieut Royal Garrison ArtilleryWHITMAN Frank5th WiltsApril 1916
1939-1945 War Memorial in Church
BOULTON S.G.5th Gloucesters[No date given]STRATFORD R F F3rd Hussars[No date given]
TUCKER John CundallCrimean WarMay 19 1911COLLINGBOURNE Thomas RobertWW2Aug 28 1956CRAIG PhillippaWW2Nov 1971Note to Family Historians: If you are researching any of these people, our Village History Group may have information to share, and would like to know more about these people in return. See our History pages.