Overbury War Memorial

Overbury and Conderton War Memorial

and St Faith’s Church Roll of Honour

Location:  St Faith’s Church, Overbury Grid Reference:   SO 957374
UKNIWM Refs:   32563 and 32564 Cheltonians listed on the War Memorial:   2
Visited:   September 2003 Cheltonians listed on the Roll of Honour:   2
Full details of the Memorials can be found here Unveiled:  12th April 1921

Inscriptions on the War Memorial(Lychgate):   Remember the Overbury and Conderton Men Who GaveTheir Lives In The Great War That Honour And Justice And Love Should RuleMankind.

“Cheltonians” commemorated on the War Memorial and the Roll of Honour

Pte Oliver William DEVEREUX, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, though a native Cheltonian, is not commemorated on any memorial in Cheltenham.

Cpl Edmund Haddon HOPKINS, 187 Brigade Royal Field Artillery, is also commemorated on the Cheltenham Grammar School Roll of Honour.


1.   Pte Devereux is commemorated on the grave of his brother, TR8/3827 Pte Samuel Harry Devereux, 53rd Training Reserve Battalion, who is buried in a CWGC plot in the St Faith’s Churchyard.


Page last updated: 28th December 2008


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