All Saint's Shrine (1929)
Dedicated by the bishop on July 27th 1918 in memory of the men who fell in the Great War 1914-1919.
"May they rest in peace"
Non Parishioners are indicated by the letters 'NP'
Second World War casualties are shown in Italics.
Alfred D BAKER
Private 13265 Royal Field Artillery, 67th Brigade. Died 26th December, 1918 in Egypt. Buried Cairo War Memorial Cemetery (Row Q, Grave 224). Also commemorated St Andrews. Son of Mr T Baker of East Clevedon. Died of pneumonia at Cairo Memorial Hospital. Joined the RFA in 1914 and served in the Dardanelles and Salonika. Wounded in Palestine prior to moving to Egypt. (Info cortesy of Rob Campbell).
Harold John BENNETT
Private 36986 1st/8th Battalion., Worcestershire Regiment. Killed in Action on Saturday 5th October 1918. Aged 22. Son of John and Bertha Bennett of Schoolhouse, High Ham, Langport, Somerset. Native of Clevedon. Enlisted Devizes. Born and Resident Clevedon.Formerly 257262, R.E. Buried Beurevoir Communal Cemetery British Extension, Aisne, France. B.5. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
NP SAMR&SAI. Major. Further Details Not Known. Major.South African Infantry.1st Regiment. Son of the late Daniel Travers Burges and Alice Sarah Burges, of Bristol; husband of Charlotte Burges, of Highland Cottage, Clevedon, Somerset, England. Aged 38. THIEPVAL MEMORIAL. Pier and Face 4 C.Surname Illegible but cross referenced with the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Wilfred Hinton BUTLER
NP. Private 7537. 13th Kensington Battalion.,London Regiment. Formerly,5492,15th London Regiment (Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles). Born Oxford. Enlisted and Resident Clevedon. Died of Wounds on Monday, 2nd October 1916. Aged 21. Son of Mr A.E.H. and Mrs M.I.Butler of Herbert Lodge, Clevedon. Buried Walton-In-Gordano (St Mary) Churchyard, Somerset, England. Also commemorated on the Walton-In-Gordano Roll of Honour.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Douglas Scott Dalrymple CLARK
NP. Captain, 18th Battalion.,King's Royal Rifle Corps. (and TM B). Killed in Action 15th September 1916. Details of Burial or Commemoration Not Known.(No record held with CWGC).Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Leslie Corbett COVENTRY
Captain, South Nottinghamshire Hussars (Nottinghamshire Yeomanry). Killed in Action on Monday, 27th May 1918. Commemorated on the Chatby Memorial, Alexandria, Egypt.
Cyril Talbot Burnley CROFT
Second Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps. Formerly,9th Battalion.,Somerset Light Infantry. Killed on Wednesday 8th December 1915. Buried at South Cadbury (St Thomas A Becket) Churchyard, Somerset, England.
Frederick William DALLIMORE
Lance Bombadier 846137, "A" Battery, 46th Brigade., Royal Field Artillery. Killed in Action on Tuesday 16th April 1918. Born and Enlisted Clevedon. Buried Beacon Cemetery, Sailly-Laurette, Somme, France. IV.E.5. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
NP. Lieutenant 5th Battalion.,York and Lancaster Regiment. Killed in Action on Thursady 11th April 1918. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 125 to 128.
Richard Christopher Gorges FOOTE
Lieutenant, Royal Marines Light Infantry. Son of the Reverend John Vicars Foote and Margaret A.Foote of 14, Powis Square, Notting Hill, London. Born in Clevedon, Somerset. Died on Thursday 15th October 1914 aged 20. Buried Gent City Centre Cemetery, Gent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium. A.20.
Cecil Thomas FORD
Able Seaman, D/JX 419203. H.M.L.C.G. (M) 102, Royal Navy. Died Wednesday 1 November 1944 aged 19. Son of Harold Frank and Florence Isobel Ford of Clevedon, Somerset. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon, United Kingdom. Panel 86, Column 2.
Private 295595 12th Battalion, Somerset Lght Infantry (Prince Albert's Own). Born Clevedon. Enlisted Taunton. Killed in Action on Friday 11th October 1918. Buried Aubers Ridge British Cemetery, Aubers Nord, France. IV.B.20. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Alfred George Montague NORTON-HARPER
NP. Major Alfred George Montague Norton-Harper. Kings Own Lancaster Regiment attached 4th Nigeria Regiment. Killed in action 16-10-1917 East Africa. Buried Dar Es Salaam War Cemetery Tanzania, Plot 6 Row H Grave 7. Major Norton-Harper, aged 42, the only son of Richard and Charlotte Norton-Harper, of 2 Eldon Villas, was killed in East Africa. He served with the King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment during the Boer War, after which he was appointed to repatriation work, and on completion of that, went to the British Consulate at Lourenco Marques, Portuguese East Africa. Upon his return home he was seconded from his regiment as District Commissioner in Nigeria. On the outbreak of war, being unable to rejoin his regiment, he became attached to the 4th Nigeria Regiment and served in the Cameroon’s. He refused the post of Political Officer to the Belgian forces, in order to serve with the troops in the field. Also commemorated on the memorial at St Andrew's. (Information provided by Rob Campbell).
Frank R HEDGES
Private 265806. 2nd/5th Battalion.,Gloucestershire Regiment. Son of henry and Ruth Hedges of 92 Old Street, Clevedon, Somerset. Died Friday 16th November 1917 aged 28. Buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. VI.D.33.
Reginald Arthur HOARE
Captain, Pembroke Yeomanry. Killed in Action Thursday 19th September 1918. Buried Chapelle British Cemetery, Holnon, Aisne, France. IV.E.11.
George Sharples IBBOTSON
2nd lieutenant, 5th Battalion.,The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. Died on Tuesday 14th May 1918. Commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 89 to 91.
2nd Lt, 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers.Killed In action 2nd May 1917, Salonika. Aged 23. Son of Richard and Alice Ibbotson. Buried Struma Military Cemetery, Greece. Plot 4, Row E, Grave 9. (Information courtesy of Rob Campbell).
Francis Richard John JAMES
31633 Private, 6th Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry ex 22488 Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in action 9-4-1917 France and Flanders .Buried No known grave Arras Memorial France Bay 6. Private James enlisted into the Somerset Light Infantry at Clevedon early in 1916. He was transferred to the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry and went to France in July 1916, where his initiation to war was the Battle of the Somme. A keen footballer and chorister at St John’s. He married Jessie Higgins, of Clevedon, and was the son Mr & Mrs E James of East Clevedon. He was 27 years of age. (Information courtesy of Rob Campbell).
William Charles JAMES
Chief Stoker 306244 H.M.S. Tornado, Royal Navy. Husband of E.M.James of 94, Queen Ann Road, Barton Hill, Bristol. Died on Sunday 23rd December 1917 aged 35. Commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon, United Kingdom. Panel 22.
Wilfred John KIBBLE
Private Mai/18701. Royal Army Service Corps, Attached 92nd Field Ambulance., Royal Army Medical Corps. Son of Harry and Dorinda Kibble of Clevedon, Somerset. Husband of Lillie Kibble, of 6 Aberdeen place, St John's Wood, London. Born Churton, Mendip. Enlisted London. Resident Clevedon. Died of Wounds Saturday 22nd September 1917 aged 29. Buried Zuydcoote Military Cemetery, Nord, France. I.E.26.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Arthur E KNIGHT
Private 53217 50th Company, Machine Gun Corps. Son of F.Knight of 84 Old Street, Clevedon, Somerset. Formerly 125636 R.F.A. Born Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol. Buried Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas de Calais, France. III.L.48. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
George Harold KNIGHT
NP. Second Lieutenant, 11th Balloon Company, Royal Flying Corps. Son of George and Emilie Knight of Clifton, Bristol. Member of the Hon. Artillery Company, 1909 to 1916. Served with the unit in France 1914 to 1915. Died Saturday 6th October 1917 aged 25. Buried Duhallow A.D.S. Cemetery, Ypres, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. I.D.24.Also commemorated on the St John's Roll of Honour.
Sidney Joseph LEWIS
NP. Private 202936 2nd/4th Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Born Chorfield, Glos. Resident Thornbury, Glos. Enlisted Bristol. Son of William Thomas and Lottie Lewis of Fairfield, Glos. Husband of Lizzie Lewis of Grovesend, Thornbury, Glos. Died of Wounds Monday 13th May 1918 aged 29. Buried Aire Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. II.J.28.
Frederick Samuel MAGER
NP. Lance Corporal 4648 "A" Company. 2nd Battalion., Honourable Artillery Company. Son of Frederick walter and Florence Maud Mager of Taiping, Perak, Federated Malay States. Resident S.W.London. Enlisted Duke of York's School, Chelsea. Formerly 810, 2/3rd London Field Ambulance. R.A.M.C. (T.F). killed in Action Tuesday 9th October 1917 aged 21. Commemorated Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panel 7.
Henry Gwyn Jeffreys MOSELEY
NP. Second Lieutenant (Temp), Royal Engineers. Son of Annabel Sollas (formerly Moseley), of 84, Banbury Road, Oxford, and the late H,N,Moseley (linacre Professor, Oxford, Discoverer of "Law of Moseley" in physics.) Killed in Action Tuesday 10th August 1915 aged 27. Commemorated Helles Memorial, Turkey. Panel 23 to 25 or 325 to 328.
George Roworth PARR
NP. Lieutenant, "C" Company. 1st Battalion., Somerset Light Infantry. Only surviving child of Maj. Gen. Sir Henry Hallam Parr, K.C.B., and Lady Parr of Uplands, Minchinhampton, Glos. Killed in Action Saturday 19th December 1914 aged 23. Buried Ploegsteert Wood Military Cemetery, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium. II.C.5.
George Henry PRICE
Assistant Baker. S.S.Ausonia (Liverpool), Mercantile Marine. Asst. Son of Nellie price (nee Rawlings) of 1, Railway View, Clevedon, Somerset and the late Henry price. Born at Berkeley Glos. Commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial, london, United Kingdom.
Fred J PYKE
DCLI. Further Details Not Known.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Walter Petit SALT
NP. Captain (Temp). 2nd Battalion.,Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in Action on Tuesday 24th October 1916. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France. Pier and Face 3C & 3D.
Lionel Henry SHORE
Commander, H.M.S. Invincible, Royal Navy. Son of Lord and Lady Teignmouth of Mount Elton, Clevedon, Somerset. Awarded China Medal. Died Wednesday 31st May 1916. Commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Hampshire, United Kingdom. 1900.10.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Private 723044. 1st/24th Battalion.,London Regiment. Son of William and Mary Thorne of 76 Old Street, Clevedon, Somerset. Born & Resident Clevedon. Enlisted Bristol.Formerly 21329,3rd S.L.I. Died of Wounds Friday 25th October 1918 aged 26. Buried Terlincthun British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France. VI.C.5. Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Acting Captain. 8th Battalion (Territorial) Royal Warwickshire Regiment. MC. Killed in Action 22nd October 1918. Details of Burial or Commemoration Not Known.(No record held with CWGC).
NP.Second Lieutenant. 8th Battalion., Somerset Light infantry. Son of Rev. F.W.Vernon, sometime Vicar of Rangeworthy, Glos and Edith S.H.Vernon of weatheroak, Alvechurch, Birmingham. Killed in Action Sunday 14th May 1916 aged 23. Buried at Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, Pas de Calais, France. XXX.A.38.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Cuthbert Hugh Clement WILLS
NP. Private 761633. 28th (County of London) Battalion (Artists Rifles). Born Cotham, Bristol. Enlisted Bristol. Resident Clevedon. killed in Action Friday 24th August 1917 aged 24. Son of Rev. Cuthbert E.T.Wills and Mrs Elsie Beatrice Wills of Thakeham Rectory, Pulborough, Sussex. Buried at Bailleul Road East Cemetery, St Laurent-Blangy, Pas de Calais, France. I.P.7.Also commemorated on the Roll of Honour at St Andrews, Clevedon.
Aislabie Harcourt Nelson WRIGHT
Second Lieutenant. 1st Battalion.,Somerset Light Infantry. Killed in Action Monday 2nd September 1918. Commemorated at Vis-En-Artois Memorial, Pas de Calais, France. Panel 4.
The memorial which takes the form of a cross set in a walled enclosure has a holy water stoup and the base of the cross has the alpha & omega symbol inscribed. The names of the fallen are set in paving stones on the floor and sadly are falling into disrepair. Two names are already unreadable. The memorial (The Calvary) was restored in 1998 in memory of Christopher and Kathleen Woodland and Patrick Burman, priest and chaplain to the forces.