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Soldiers pictured in the Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucester Graphic

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elewis

David, sorry but I missed some (excuses for some but must have been asleep in a couple of cases!) could you also please provide pictures of

Title BARTLETT, Jack, Gunner, [suspect these could be John Bartlett who came from Naunton and was a gunner in the RGA]
Date 1917
Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 16 June
Notes Royal Garrison Artillery, Invalided home with trench fever and dysentery now in Polefield Hall Hospital, Prestwick, Manchester
Location of photograph not known Lived in Naunton,

Title BARTLETT, Jack, Gunner,
Date 1918
Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 10 August
Notes R.G.A., Died of pneumonia at a Casualty Clearing Station
Location of photograph not known Lived in Eyford Hill near Stow on the Wold,

Title DAVIS, Charles, Private, Aged 31

Date 1917

Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 10 March

Notes Gloucesters, KIA in the Eastern Campaign 18 Feb 1917
Location of photograph not known Lived in Naunton,

Title HATHAWAY, T, Private, Aged 23 [This is actually Frederick Hathaway by date of death, unit and age].
Date 1916
Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 07 October
Notes Gloucesters, Died from wounds received in action 23 Sept 1916
Location of photograph not known Lived in Naunton,


Title ILES, J T, Private,
Date 1916
Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 21 October
Notes Gloucesters, KIA 9 Sept 1916
Location of photograph not known Lived in Naunton,


Title LOCKEY, Albert, Private,
Date 1916
Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 08 January
Notes 10th Gloucesters, Missing in France since 13 Oct 1915
Location of photograph not known Lived in Harford Hill near Naunton,

Evan

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ARABIS

Dave,

If possible could you please find the photograph of:-

Title CURTIS, Charles, Motor Transport Driver, Aged 39.

Date 1915.

Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 20 February.

Notes A.S.C., Died of pneumonia at Rouen last week

Location of photograph not known Lived at Maugersbury Park Lodge.

Thanks very much,

David.

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ARABIS

Dave,

Photo received, may I add my thanks to the others, most kind of you to help us.

Regards,

David.

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akermmt

Can you supply a copy of

Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic Title AKERMAN, T H , Private, Date 1918 Format Photograph Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 28 September Notes Wounded in the left thigh 25 Aug 1918 in Italy previously gassed & wounded
Location of photograph not known Lived in Stow on the Wold, HeldAt

Gloucestershire Archives

Many thanks.

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dink999

Private T H Akerman

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akermmt

Many thanks.

Mike

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johntaylor

Dear David,

This is a tremendous resource and hopefully your patience isn't yet exhausted by the endless requests. If not, could I please request the photograph and any other information on:

PRICE, Arthur, Gunner, Aged 26

Date: 1917

Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic, 22 September

Many thanks in advance,

John

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dink999

John,

Gunner Arthur Price, another not in uniform but these other details might be helpful

He was aged 23 when married Gertrude Bessie Smith at Maisemore on 3 Aug 1914, his father is not recorded on the marriage certificate

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johntaylor

Many thanks David, the picture is excellent and I really appreciate your help on this.

All the best, John

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Guest lewisfam

Hello Dave,

I Have Just come across this forum after quite a lot of searching and was really surprised at what I have found so far. Really interesting and intriguing. Would it be possible to obtain the Photo's of the following soldiers who my grandfather and his brothers. I followed the instructions and came up with the following:

FindingRef Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

HeldAt Gloucestershire Archives

Title LEWIS, R B Aged 16

Date 1916

EnrichingChars b&w

Format Photograph

Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 05 February

Notes

Gloucesters ex 18th Welsh Regiment, Pictured with serving Family members
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham,

FindingRefCheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

HeldAtGloucestershire Archives

TitleLEWIS, E , Rifleman, Aged 28

Date1916

EnrichingCharsb&w

FormatPhotograph

SourceCheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 26 August

Notes

King's Royal Rifles, KIA in France
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham, Lansdown Terrace Lane

FindingRefCheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

TitleLEWIS, G , Private,

Date1916

EnrichingCharsb&w

FormatPhotograph

SourceCheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 05 February

Notes

Shropshire Light Infantry, Wounded returned to duty then KIA in a gas attack 2 Jan 1916 Pictured with serving Family members
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham,

FindingRefCheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

HeldAtGloucestershire Archives

TitleLEWIS, T F , Private,

Date1916

EnrichingCharsb&w

FormatPhotograph

SourceCheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 05 February

Notes

4th South Wales Borderers ex Navy, KIA at the Dardanelles 12 Aug 1915 Pictured with serving Family members
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham,

FindingRefCheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

HeldAtGloucestershire Archives

TitleLEWIS, Thomas F , Private,

Date1915

EnrichingCharsb&w

FormatPhotograph

SourceCheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 11 September

Notes

4th South Wales Borderers, KIA at the Dardanelles 12 Aug 1915
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham & Glamorgan, Alstone Croft and 2 Newbury Cottages Queen Street

FindingRefCheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

HeldAtGloucestershire Archives

TitleLEWIS, W J , Private,

Date1915

EnrichingCharsb&w

FormatPhotograph

SourceCheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 12 June

Notes

1st Welsh Regiment, Wounded in the right knee in France
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham, 4 Newbury Cottages, Queen Street

FindingRefCheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

HeldAtGloucestershire Archives

TitleLEWIS, W J , Private,

Date1916

EnrichingCharsb&w

FormatPhotograph

SourceCheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 05 February

Notes

1st Welsh Regiment, Wounded in the leg in May in Hospital in France for some time now crippled for life Pictured with serving family members
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham,

FindingRefCheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

HeldAtGloucestershire Archives

TitleLEWIS, W P , Lance-Corporal,

Date1916

EnrichingCharsb&w

FormatPhotograph

SourceCheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 05 February

Notes

4th South Wales Borderers, Pictured with serving Family members
Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham,

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jp1885

Hi, please could you provide me with a copy of...

FindingRef Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

Title PRICE, John Lee, Private,

Date 1918

Format Photograph

Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 19 October

Notes Gloucesters, Died of wounds received in action on 1 Sept 1918

Location of photograph not known Lived in Cheltenham,

HeldAt Gloucestershire Archives

Man thanks!

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dink999

Hope this is who you were looking for

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jp1885

Yep, that's the chap. Thanks very much!

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edith clifford

Hi Dave

The Cheltenham chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic

On Sat Sept.29 1917 there was a photo of my distant cousins.

Fred Clifford is pictured with 5 sons enlisted.

The heading is "Patriotic Bourton on Water Family'

Could you possibley get me a copy?

Thank you so much I am still searching for Joseph Arthur Fretcher RGH

and have only his metal card which you found anything else?

Frank

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dink999

Frank,

The Clifford family from Bourton on the Water and 5 soldiers sons with some useful military and family information I hope

Regards

Dave

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edith clifford

Hi Dave

I am looking for my gr. uncle Joseph Arthur Fletcher. He was possible with the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars

or the Gloucestershire Yeomany MGC.

Can you help

thanks

Frank

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edith clifford

Frank,

The Clifford family from Bourton on the Water and 5 soldiers sons with some useful military and family information I hope

Regards

Dave

Dave, Thank you so much for photo,it will go a long ways in helping with my family research

A really great site you have

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akermmt

Can you supply a copy of

Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic Title AKERMAN, T H , Private, Date 1918 Format Photograph Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 28 September Notes Wounded in the left thigh 25 Aug 1918 in Italy previously gassed & wounded

Location of photograph not known Lived in Stow on the Wold, HeldAt

Gloucestershire Archives

Many thanks.

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akermmt

Can I trouble you for further pictures please

F Arter posted 13th November 1915

W C Fletcher posted 5th February 1916

Nelmes posted 6th March 1915

Many thanks

Mike

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dink999

Hello,

I hope these are the 4 men you were looking for

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jp1885

Hi,

When you have a spare moment, could you look up...

FindingRef Gloucester Journal
Title MITCHELL, Albert, Private
Date 1917
Format Article
Source Gloucester Journal, 21 July
Notes Devons
Admitted to Great Western Road Red Cross Hospital on Saturday Afternoon
HeldAt Gloucestershire Archives
EDIT: Actually I've just noticed that the source is not The Graphic, but the Gloucester Journal, so please disregard.
Edited by jp1885

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dink999

Hi,

Just to confirm that there is no image in the Gloucester Journal for Private Mitchell of the Devon Regiment. He was amongst about 60 wounded who arrived in Gloucester on Sat 17th. July 1917.

The term Article refers to the list of names published in the newspaper

Hope that helps

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jp1885

Thanks for taking a look. He's on my list of 'nearby' service numbers to my great uncle's in the Glosters so I was looking for clues.

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akermmt

Many thanks for the recent pictures

Could I trouble you further for

FindingRef Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucestershire Graphic HeldAt Gloucestershire Archives Title KING, C , Private, Date 1915 EnrichingChars b&w Format Photograph Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 25 December Notes

1st Black Watch, Missing in action at Loos since 13 Oct 1915
Location of photograph not known Lived in Gloucester,

Gloucestershire Archives Title WALKER, James, Private, Aged 26 Date 1915 EnrichingChars b&w Format Photograph Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 13 March Notes Duke of Cornwall's Light infantry, KIA Sept 1915
Location of photograph not known Lived in Stow on the Wold HeldAt Gloucestershire Archives Title WALKER, J, Private, Date 1915 EnrichingChars b&w Format Photograph Source Cheltenham Chronicle & Gloucestershire Graphic, 16 January Notes 1st Gloucesters, Wounded through the shoulder and across his back now in Hospital in Paignton
Location of photograph not known Lived in Tewkesbury,

Many thanks

Mike

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dink999

The image of Private C King is not the best quality i'm afraid, but the 2 Pte.Walkers are pretty good

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