Some Memorial Inscriptions - Randwick, Gloucestershire
St John the Baptist's Churchyard

Latest Additions New 19th September 2005

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 3rd April 2002. Entries supply name, date of death, age, and an estimated date of birth.
A1. William PEARCE, 1 Dec 1858, 65, 1793

A2. William CLISSOLD, of Stroud,
19 Nov 1836, 39, 1797

A3. Vera Grace PEGLAR, 20 Apr 1998, 89, 1917

A4. Charles Edward PEARCE,
2 Jan 1937, 72, 1865
Hannah 31 Dec 1947, 80, 1867

A5. Libris Thomas William PEARCE,
7 - 2 - 1966, 61, 1905
Gwendoline Gertrude, 1 Jan 1986, 79, 1907

A6. Reginald PEARCE, 29 Nov 1970, 79, 1891
Margaret May PEARCE, 19 Mar 1978, 77, 1901


Latest Additions New
The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 19th September 2005. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
B1. CWG
B2. Pte 140188 E. SMITH
3rd Bn Canadian Inf, 6 Oct 1916, 35

B3. William SIMMONDS, 22 Sept 1931, 58
Pte 29865 Percival James, son,
Hampshire Regt, KiA at Quievy, 20 Oct 1918, 18
Matilda, w, 20 Jan 1940, 67

B4. Mark HARMER, 20 July 1936, 70
Alice, w, 21 Jan 1943, 83
Pte 30456, William Charles HARMER, son,
Worcestershire Regt, killed in the Great War,
France, 7 June 1917, 25
L/Sgt 12798 Oliver Mark Thomas HARMER, son,
Gloucestershire Regt, killed in the Great War,
France, 19 May 1917, 23

B5. William EDMONDS, 29 June 1903, 39
Elizabeth, w, 22 Oct 1937, 79
Of Bread Street, Ruscombe,
Pte DM/170499 Oliver EDMONDS son,
Army Service Corps, Mechanical Transport
Royal Garrison Artillery
Att to 160th Heavy Battery, died in action 23 July 1917, 29

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