Some Memorial Inscriptions - Gloucester, Gloucestershire
Coneyhill Cemetery, Gloucester Old Cemetery, Gloucester Crematoriam and War Graves

See also Gloucester Crematorium (Visit-Gloucestershire website) and Gloucester Crematorium Genealogy Services (Gloucester City Council website)

Latest Additions New 18th May 2009 [collected 2 Aug 2008]
War Graves

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 21st July 2005. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
CONEYHILL CEMETERY (Gloucester Crematorium)
Listed below are men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country in WW1 & WW2 and other conflicts, also those who were serving in H.M. Forces at their demise. Unless stated, they are all individual C.W.G.
A1. D3688 Cpl D.W. STEPHENS The Gloucestershire Regt, 28 Aug 1940, 55
A2. 1314338 Flight Sergeant J.A.C. KEMMETT, Pilot, Royal Air Force, 3 Dec 1943, 20
A3. 1356832 Ldg Aircraftman S.T. SMITH Royal Air Force 1 May 1945, 22
A4. 14263722, Sapper, L.H. MEADOWS Royal Engineers, 15 Sept 1947, 44
A5. 1246513 Warrant Officer C.E. ORPIN Royal Air Force, 4 Sept 1947, 32
A6. 4078444, Cpl, V.C. CONNER, Royal Air Force, 14 June 1954, 20
A7. 526485 Flight Sergeant R. ABBOTT Royal Air Force, 31 Oct 1955, 40
A8. Wing Commander L.E. SEXSTONE, AFC, Royal Air Force, 20 Dec 1956, 48
A9. 2321850 W.O.11 (SSM) C.H. HOWE Royal Corps of Signals, 27 Jan 1958, 44
A10. 5053120 Snr Aircraftman D.W. ROBINSON Royal Air Force, 10 May 1959, 25
A11. Major T.S. SHARPE, DFC, Royal Flying Corps, 30 Dec 1961, 74
A12. 23852148 Gunner J.C. EVANS Royal Artillery, 11 Dec 1963, 21
A13. A0590855 Warrant Officer, E.D. WILSON Royal Air Force, 11 March 1971, 53
A14. F1332855 Warrant Officer G.W. CHIDGEY, Royal Air Force 9 Oct 1971, 50
A15. J1908427 Warrant Officer T.H. BAUGH Royal Air Force, 18 June 1981, 54
A16. 25115750 Signaller Ben Lloyd GAMBLE Royal Corps of Signals, 1 Dec 2001, 24

A17. Marie ENTWISTLE, 30 March 1942, 19
Her brother Eric ENTWISTLE, R.A.F
Mentioned in Dispatches for Distinguished Services,
18 April 1943, 26
and their dear friend
Edwin BELLAMEY, died by enemy action at sea,
6 Sept 1941, 23

A18. William GRENDALL, 18 April 1944, 70
Pte Ernest James GRENDALL, son,
Of the Cheshire Regt, who died while a
Prisoner of War (POW) in Germany,
15 March 1945, 26
"He died that we may live"

A19. Leslie R. SMITH, 1902 - 1981
Gwendoline Naomi, w, 1902 - 1982
Gillian, d, 1940 - 1941

A20. Susan, w/o Ernest John TRAPP, 30 Dec 1947, 68
Trooper E.J. TRAPP 40th R.T.R, son,
Died in action 22 July 1942, 32
Interred in War Cemetery, El-Alamein,
Lily Ernestine, d, 14 March 1959, 52
Ernest John, above, 25 March 1966, 87


Latest Additions New
The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 2nd August 2008. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
GLOUCESTER OLD CEMETERY
B1. War Death
Pte Hubert Frederick WINFIELD
1st Glosters, s/o Frederick George of this city, Builder
died in France 27 December 1916 and was buried in
the Cemetery at Albert, aged 26
[Additional information courtesy of the C.W.G.C
buried Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension]
Emma Louisa, w/o F.G. WINFIELD
25 August 1941, 76
also Alderman, F.G. WINFIELD 20 August 1957, 92

B2. Martin Henry CRUMP 19 September 1933, 43
Charlotte, 19 December 1979, 90

B3. Joseph TUDOR 22 April 1889, 56
Lucy, w, 19 March 1902, 64

B4. Elizabeth, w/o William COLLINS 26 March 1890, 30

B5. Thomas NIBLETT who died suddenly
8 February 1890, 67
Ellen, w, 1 February 1902, 76

B6. Roland Stanley Gordon MAHONY
21 D[e]cember 1938, 31

B7. War Death
Sidney, h/o Lilian CLAPTON
23 December 1934, 53
Lilian Winifred, w, 21 November 1946, 63
Alfred Wallis, s, killed on War Service
8 February 1945, 24

B8. Albert WISE 4 December 1928, 46
Francis Kate, w, 13 October 1969, 85
Lionel Albert, s, aged 1yr

B9. Anna McNULTY nee BAUER of Salzburg, Austria
19 September 1945, 32
James Redmund McNULTY, w, 5 July 2000, 87
John Bauer McNULTY 13 August 2002, 62

B10. Margaret Mary WILKS 19 April 1991, 79
Albert Russell WILKS 17 July 1960, 54
Mary Veronica 12 May 1942, 11½months
"Our baby sister"

B11. Margaret Josephine GRIGGS
23 March 1902 - 8 December 1972
Edmund GRIGGS
2 February 1899 - 17 April 1975

B12. Leo LULLEN 24 September 1960, 50
Lily PULLEN, w, 15 October 1986, 79

B13. Leonard John PULLEN 4 February 1965, 63
Ellen PULLEN, w, 11 December 1997, 91

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Michael Kevin YOUNG 8 November 2000, 39

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Husband, dad, and granddad
Derek F. YOUNG 16 November 2002, 79

B14. Tom FIELDING 18 February 1944, 57
Molly, w, 23 March 1951, 68

B15. War Death
Wallace R.C. [Jimmy] MACPHERSON
Who died on Easter Monday 13 April 1941, 28
Also sweet memories of Peter his brother who
Died at Sea off Manila 13 November 1935, 19
Both in the Merchant Navy
Enid Evelyn WILKS, mother
8 December 1951, 78

B16. Rose Anne, w/o Harry William LLOYD
15 July 1930, 71
Harry William, above, 23 December 1935, 72
Rose Sophia LLOYD 31 December 1981, 91

B17. James Edward HOBRO 20 March 1896, 53
Marie Emily HOLLAND, d, 8 November 1925
Elizabeth Rosa HOBRO, w, 15 May 1945, 95

B18. War Death
Lucretia Jane BRIMFIELD 16 August 1931, 61
Alfred Ernest, youngest s, 3 July 1916, 23
John W. BRIMFIELD, h/o above, 5 January 1947, 80

B19. War Grave
Edwin Henry WOODWARD 25 December 1916, 19
Emma WOODWARD 20 July 1945, 77
Additional information courtesy of the CWGC
Gunner 3221 E H Woodward Royal Field Artillery, 1st South Midlands Bde
Son of Frank & Emma of 18 St Pauls Road, Gloucester

B20. War Death
May, 2nd d/o J.T. & F. WHEELER
28 April 1910, 30
Ernest, brother who died on active service
in Alexandria 21 August 1915, 34
Elsie, sister of above, 3 September 1917, 26
Fanny WHEELER, mother of above
10 December 1922, 68
John Thomas WHEELER, husband & father
30 December 1928, 75

B21. War Death
Mary Jane COATES 2 May 1918, 54
Joseph BOULTON h/o Elsie PARSLOW
And nephew of above who died of wounds in France
23 August 1918, 29
Sarah Ann WALL 27 October 1925, 67
John Chesterman WALL h/o above,
1 January 1928, 71

B22. Ida, w/o C.H. WHEELER, 35 Worcester Street, Gloucester
Elder d/o T.A. & C.C. CHATWIN 23 July 1919, 24

B23. Charlotte, w/o Thomas COLLINS 15 August 1887, 69
Thomas COLLINS 16 October 1889, 62

B24. War Death
John JACKSON 22 February 1919, 61
John Granville JACKSON who died of wounds
in Ghent Military Hospital, 3 September 1917 while
a Prisoner of War, age 30
"Loved by all who knew him"

B25. War Death
"My dear son"
Farrier Sgt, Frederick G. KING M.M., Royal Field Artillery
6 November 1918, 33
Percy Reginald KING, 8 October 1918, 26 Buried at Mountain Ash
Elizabeth Ann KING mother of above 9 February 1901, 42

B26. War Deaths
Henry PHILLIPS 26 February 1916, 61
L/Cpl Sidney Henry, eldest s, 25 September 1917, 30
Sapper, Frederick George, youngest s, killed in action
28 March 1918, 21
Sarah Ann, w/o Henry PHILLIPS 13 February 1920, 62

B27. War Death
Reginald, younger s/o T.L. & S. CAMBRIDGE
Of Walton House, Gloster, who died at Tidworth Military Hospital
On active service 2 July 1916, 21
T.L. CAMBRIDGE 20 June 1925, 75
Sarah, w/o T.L. CAMBRIDGE 2 August 1936, 77

B28. War Death
Pte A.T.N. CARTER only s/o Ex Police Sgt
Sidney & Agnes CARTER, died of wounds in
Edmonton Military Hospital, London, 1 May 1918, 30
"His King and Country called him. The call was not in vain.
He fought and died a Hero, that we might freedom again"
Ex-Police Sgt, Sidney N. CARTER h/o Agnes CARTER
5 September 1919, 57
Agnes CARTER, above, 31 August 1941, 81

B29. War Death
Leonard ROSE, 3 February 1912, 6yrs
Also his brother, L/Cpl Gilbert N. ROSE
1st Royal Marine Light Infantry who died at
Reading Hospital 2 October 1918 of wounds
received in France, age 20
Harry ROSE, father of above, 16 November 1921, 57

B30. Joseph William HALE, for 10 years Sub-Sacrist
Of Gloucester Cathedral 24 May 1854 - 22 September 1928
Elizabeth, widow of above, 5 April 1945, 90

B31. Joan SMART 1916 - 1930
Her mother
Ada SMART 1878 - 1956
And father
Fred SMART 1881 - 1963
And their elder son
Henry SMART 1908 - 1990
And his wife
Pamela SMART 1923 - 1991

B32. War Death
Jean Margaret d/o Henry & Gladys COOK
20 June 1929, 5yrs
John Ewart, s, 2 January 1941, 18
Also
Sgt Pilot, Geoffrey Robert, s, killed in a Flying Accident
12 December 1942, age 22. "One of the few"

B33. War Death
Tom HARDING 12 February 1928, 57
Charlotte, w, 28 January 1951, 77
Richard Tom Bond HARDING who fell in the
Great War in France 8 October 1918, 19
and also his wife, Alice COBB 6 February 1968, 90

B34. War Death
Martha MILLS 3 August 1942, 74
Frederick George, h, 22 March 1946, 79
Clarence Frederick, eldest son, killed in action
In Egypt 23 April 1916, 21
"He fought for peace and gained it"

B35. War Death
Kate Eleanor eldest d/o Samuel & Kate SMITH
19 December 1892, 9yrs
S. Percival, s, 27 August 1911, 27
Cpl, J. Sydney SMITH, Royal Flying Corps
Who died after service at Mesopotamia
21 June 1916, 28

B36. Elizabeth ELLIS 19 June 1902, 54
Edmund Merrick ELLIS who died at
Winnebah, West Africa 24 December 1886, 40
William C.M. ELLIS, grandson of above
28 May 1937, 41

B37. War Deaths [stone damaged]
The sons of Thomas & Sarah GURNEY
Cadet Alfred Harold, late K.E.H., twice wounded
In France and fatally injured training for the R.H.A.
died 22 February 1917 age 34. Buried at Hampstead Cemetery
Pte Lionel Victor, 1/5th Gloucestershire Regt
[Auth: stone split in two and one half has fallen onto
the ground. Unable to move it due to the weight]


B38. War Death
Albert William MORRIS 30 May 1915, 55
Victor Douglas, 4th s, killed in action in France
6 August 1917, 27
Cecil Hugh, 3rd s, accidentally killed 24 November 1917, 30

B39. Flora TUDOR 7 November 1935

B40. War Deaths [double sided headstone]
Side One
Martha, w/o James BRETHERTON of Crypt House, Gloster
16 November 1891, 75
James BRETHERTON of Crypt House, Gloster
16 November 1891, 75
Kenneth James Scott BRETHERTON
Capt, Royal Corps of Signals, Great grandson of above, killed in action
In North West Africa 28 November 1942, 23

Side Two
Annie Susanna, w/o Frederick Hawkins BRETHERTON
of Belgrave House, Gloster 27 May 1897, 40
Alfred Scott 2nd s, who deid at Mesopotamia 26 July 1916
while on active service with the Royal Engineers age 31
buried at Amara Cemetery

B41. War Grave
Marion Alice w/o Thomas EVANS
9 November 1915, 30
Robert Edward BUBB 3 November 1918, 18
of H.M.S. Senator, beloved daughter & son of
William & Gertrude BUBB

B42. Gertrude Annie BUBB 21 December 1924, 68
William George BUBB, h, 24 December 1935, 85

B43. Hepzibah Ann w/o Abel Joseph EVANS. J.P
26 August 1917, 49
This memorial was erected by the members of the
Gloucester District of Dock Wharf Riverside &
General Workers Union of Great Britain & Ireland
as a tribute to the valuable services she rendered
to the union as an official and member for 25yrs
and as a token of gratitude to a faithful comrade

B44. Mary GRICE 4 November 1928, 58
Harold ALLEN, grandson of above
14 October 1919, 7½yrs

B45. Raymond Graham BEARD 1938 - 1944

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