Woodchester War Memorial

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



Cheltonians Commemorated On

The Woodchester Wayside Memorial


Location:   Just off the A46 at Woodchester, Glos

Grid Reference:   SP 842011

Unveiled:   August 1918

Cheltonians listed on this War Memorial:   1

Visited:   May 2003

Imperial War Museum War Memorials  Ref:   20750


© Mark Newton 29 July 2017 (WMR-20750)

“Cheltonians” commemorated on this War Memorial

Pte Walter FRUIN, 10th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment, died of wounds in France on 30th April 1916 and is buried in Abbeville Communal Cemetery.

He is not a native Cheltonian and is not commemorated on any memorial in the Cheltenham area though he is listed on a Roll of Honour titled “Cheltonians who have made the supreme sacrifice” published in the Gloucestershire Echo on 7th August 1916.




Page last updated:  10th April 2014


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