Gloucestershire Constabulary Roll of Honour

   LEAVING CHELTENHAM …………..and all that was dear



   Roll of Honour

Gloucestershire Constabulary HQ,  Quedgeley


Location:   Waterwells Business Park, Quedgeley, Glos

Grid Reference:   SO 841133


Names on War Memorial:   6  (3 Cheltonians)

Last Visited:   Not yet visited

Imperial War Museum War Memorial Register No:  20642

 Mark Newton 19 June 2017 (WMR-20642)


Imperial War Museum (WMR-20642)

Alphabetical list of Cheltonians listed on this Roll of Honour and in the Roll of Honour Book

CARTER, Valentine Arthur Baylis.   Pte, 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards.   Killed in action at the Hohenzollern Redoubt, near Loos, France on 12th October 1915, aged 29.    Commemorated on the Cheltenham War Memorial.


CHESTER-MASTER, Richard Chester.   Lt Col, DSO*, MiD**.   CO 13th Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps.   Killed in action at Locre, west of Kemmel, Belgium on 30th August 1917, aged 47.   Commemorated on the Cheltenham War Memorial and on theSS Philip and James Church Roll of Honour.


DRAKE, William Henry.   Pte, 1st Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.   Killed in action near Zillebeke, Belgium, on 7th November 1914, aged 31.   Commemorated on the Cheltenham War Memorial, the Charlton Kings War Memorial and on the Charlton Kings (St Mary’s Church) Roll of Honour Tablet.


1.   Chester-Master is commemorated on theCirencester (St John The Baptist) Church Roll of Honour.

2.   All are commemorated in the Roll of Honour pages.








Page last updated:   22nd July 2018


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