HINTON CHARTERHOUSE WAR MEMORAL WORLD WAR I WILLIAM ALLEN Pte. Coldstream Guards k.i.a.  15 September 1916   Thiepval Memorial   (The Somme) VINCENT ANDREWS,  Lance Cpl.Royal Engineers k.i.a. 18 July 1917 aged 22 bur. Dozinghem Military Cemetery, Belgium Son of Thomas and Emily Andrews, Hinton Charterhouse FRANK BAIGENT,  Pte  1 st  Batt. East Surrey Regiment k.i.a 15 September 1917 aged 38 bur. Berlin South-Western Cemetery.  Husband of  Mrs Amy Baigent of Lymington, Hants HENRY COOPER, Cpl. 6 th  Batt. Somerset Light Infantry k.i.a. 16.September 1916      Thiepval Memorial Belgium  (The Somme) ARCHIBALD ROBERTSON-GLASGOW Capt. 2 nd  Batt. 39th Garhwal Riffles,  Indian Army k.i.a. 13 November 1914 aged 34    Husband of Mrs.Violet Robertson-Glasgow bur. Le Touret Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'Avoue, Pas de Calais FREDERICK HOPKINS Pte  12 th  Batt. Gloucestershire Regiment  : Not on the Commonwealth War Graves Commission list but possibly F.C. Hopkins of 12 th  Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.  Listed as wounded 11.September 1916 .  Residence Weston-super- Mare The 12 th  Batt. was known as 'Bristol's Own' and was formed in September 1914  from volunteers  in the Bristol area, aged .between 19 and 35 and unmarried. 12 th  Batt landed in France 21 November 1915 and  saw action in the area of the Somme .and later battles HARRY MILES Major.   Royal Marine Light Infantry killed in the. explosion and  sinking of HMS Vanguard, Scapa Flow,  9 July 1917  -  aged 36 Portsmouth Naval Memorial  -  Son of Mr and Mrs Barrett  Miles, Homewood  House (Memorial in north aisle – St John's)                                               Hinton Charterhouse                                                                                                      JOHN ORCHARD, Pte. 7 th  Batt. Somerset Light Infantry k.i.a  Monday, 13 th  September 1915 bur.  Rue-Petillon Military Cemetery, Fleurbaix, Pas de Calais  1911 census:  Possibly Joseph  John Orchard  (father Joseph) living in Wick Farm Cottage aged 16  'Boy at garage'   Norton St P.  did HC have a garage?  Perhaps school in Hinton? THOMAS POLLARD, Pte.  1 st  Batt. Somerset Light Infantry k.i.a. 25 August  1916 aged 33 - bur. Puchevillers British Cemetery Son of John and Alice Pollard of  New Town, Hinton Charterhouse                                                                                                         WILLIAM POLLARD, Pte  5 th  Batt. Dorset Regiment – secondary regt. Labour Corps. died  12 December 1920   aged 33 (brother of Thomas) bur. Lockswood Cemetery, Bath  - son of the late John Pollard and  Augusta Mary Pollard of Bath. WILLIAM PRITCHARD, Pte.  3 rd  Batt. Coldstream Guards   k.i.a, 28 October 1914    aged 27 Menin Gate Memorial – Ypres      Next of Kin: Mrs M. Lewis, Upper Swainswick                                                    WILLIAM  RUMMING(S) Pte.   12 th  Batt.Somerset Light Infantry k.i.a. 6 November 1917 – aged 37 bur. Beersheba War Cemetery (Isreal & Palestine) Husband of Florence Rumming of Hinton Charterhouse FRANK SHIPSEY, 6 th  Batt. Somerset Light Infantry died  22 February 1915 bur: Aldershot Military Cemetery     Son of Charles and Annie Shipsey of Hinton Charterhouse WILLIAM YEATMAN  Pte. 3 rd  Batt.  Somerset Light Infantry Discharged 2.8.16  'No longer physically fit for military service'– Pulmonary Tuberculosis Age 20  Son of Thomas and late Elizabeth Ellen Yeatman of Bath, formerly of Green Lane Hinton Charterhouse.   ( Date of death 1920) WORLD WAR II HAROLD COOK Pte. 5 th  Batt.  Wiltshire Regiment k.i.a 22 July 1944  aged 36 Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery.  Son of Robert and Dora Cook of South Baddesley, Hants JAMES CURNOCK Gnr. Royal Artillery – 50 Coast Observer Det. - Malaya date of death  24 January 1944   age 40   Chungkai War Cemetery, Thailand Late Landlord of the Masons Arms, Green Lane, Hinton Charterhouse. (Joan Davison's house) GEOFFREY FLETCHER Capt. 1 st  Batt. Rifle Brigade k.i.a. 27 March 1943  aged 23 bur. SFAX War Cemetery Tunisia  Son of Major Philip and Mrs Maud Fletcher of The Priory, Hinton Charterhouse The gate in the communion rails was given in his memory by his parents.  Sites used: Forces War Records:     Commonwealth War Graves Commission                     Ancestry BMD records/ Census 1911 etc.  and  regimental web sites Return to Church