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Dorchester

Holy Trinity Church

World War I Memorial Plaque [38 Records]

All Saints

 

Compiled by Michael Russell OPC for Dorchester - 2008 (Last updated Aug 2012)

01

LT W.E. HILL

N. STAF. REGT

SEP. 25 1914

20

PTE A.E. HURST

DORST REGT

OCT 26. 1916

02

PTE A. PINK

DORST     --- ---  

OCT. 13. --- ---

21

CAPT R.B. WEBB

INDIAN ARMY

JAN 9.    1917

03

CAPT C.G.W. ANDREWS

BORDR   --- ---

OCT. 25 --- ---

22

PTE E. MILLS

DORST REGT

MAR 25. --- ---

04

CAPT F.J. CHADWICK

INDIAN ARMY

APL. 13. 1915

23

CAPT T.R.O. WINWOOD

R.F.A.

APL. 28.  --- ---

05

CAPT D. WYNYARD

E. SUR. REGT.

APL. 20. --- ---

24

CAPT C.A.W. POPE

R.A.M.C.

MAY. 4.  --- ---

06

PTE H. DRAKE

DEVON REGT

MAY. 9. --- ---

25

AIR. MECH. H. MOORE

R.N.A.S.

JUL. 21.  --- ---

07

2ND LT R.M. CHADWICK

R.G.A.

MAY. 13. --- ---

26

PTE J.R. HARE

INNISKG FUS

AUG. 1. --- ---

08

CAPT A. CARUTHERS-LITTLE

DORST REGT

AUG. 7. --- ---

27

CPL E. LAMB

LEINSTR REGT

SEP. 7. --- ---

09

PTE W.G. COLLINS

DORST --- ---

AUG. 21. --- ---

28

PTE J.M. BIGGS

ROYAL FUS

MAR. 25. 1918

10

2ND LT  P.P. POPE

WELSH --- ---

OCT. 1. --- ---

29

LT COL A.R. HAIG-BROWN

MIDDX REGT

MAR. 25. --- ---

11

PTE W.S. CURTIS

DORST --- ---

NOV. 22. --- ---

30

PTE H. COOK

HANTS REGT

APL. 11. --- ---

12

2ND LT  H.G. WILLIS

DURHM L.I.

DEC. 22. --- ---

31

L/CPL E.R. VOSS

DORST --- ---

APL. 27. --- ---

13

PTE J.F. SARGENT

DORST REGT

MAY. 8. 1916

32

PTE G. GIBBS

DORST --- ---

MAY. 23. --- ---

14

L/CPL H.S. ANGELL

CANDN HIGHLDS

JUN. 2. --- ---

33

LT COM P.T.G. METHUEN

ROYAL NAVY

MAY. 26. --- ---

15

PTE W. MEMBURY

DORST REGT

JUL. 1. --- ---

34

PTE H.J. TOMPKINS

DORST REGT

OCT. 5. --- ---

16

MAJ. D. HUGHES-ONSLOW

DORST --- ---

JUL. 10. --- ---

35

PTE T.J. MOWLAM

WILTS REGT

NOV. 2. --- ---

17

L/CPL C.J. CURTIS

D.C.L.I

JUL. 23. --- ---

36

CPL W.P.F. TREW

MUNSTR FUS

NOV. 4. --- ---

18

PTE P.H. EASLEY

DORST REGT

SEP. 4. --- ---

37

SGT R.H. FOSTER

D.C.L.I

NOV. 12. --- ---

19

SGT R. SCRIVEN

DORST --- ---

SEP. 7. --- ---

38

LT COL. E.A. POPE

S.W. BORDRS

APL. 9. 1919


The lives of all these and many other soldiers who perished in WW1 has now been covered in much greater detail by

Brian Bates in his book 'Dorchester Remembers the Great War'

which was published in June 2012. Copies of the book can be purchased from the publishers Roving Press Ltd (www.rovingpress.co.uk) for £12.99.


  1. Walter Edward HILL aged 22 - Son of the Rev. Canon Charles Rowland Hill and Mrs. Ellen M. Hill of 19, Glendinning Avenue, Weymouth. Born at Dorchester, buried in Soupir churchyard, northern France.
  2. Arthur PINK aged 24 - Son of the late Charles Pink; husband of Nellie Aplin (now McGrath) whom he married 1st June 1913 at Holy Trinity Church in Dorchester, whilst living in Colliton Street. Commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial.
  3. Charles George William ANDREWS aged 36 – Baptised at Holy Trinity church Dorchseter on 16th Oct 1878 the son of a Solicitor George James William Andrews by his wife Catherine. Commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
  4. Frederick James CHADWICK aged 31 - Son of Col. Edward F.& Mrs Amy Chadwick of 6 Springfield Place, Bath. Native of Chetnole Dorset, mentioned in despatches. Basra War Cemetery
  5. Damer WYNYARD aged 25 - Son of Lt. Col. Richard Damer Wynyard (late East Surrey Regt.), and Mrs. Wynyard, of 2, South Belfield, Weymouth; husband of Olive Wakely (now wife of Lieut. Comdr. Brind, R.N.). Previously wounded at Mons, 23rd Aug., 1914.
  6. H. DRAKE (Devenshire Regt) No further information
  7. Richard Markbarn CHADWICK aged 22 - Son of Col. Edward F. Chadwick (Duke of Wellington's Regt.) and Amy (his wife), of of 6 Springfield Place, Bath. Native of Chetnole, buried  in Bethune Town Cemetery
  8. Arthur Willam Palling CARUTHERS-LITTLE aged 30 - Son of Colonel John and Jemima Caruthers-Little, of Pitchcombe House, Stroud, Glos.; husband of Olive Murray Lannoy Caruthers-Little, of Calder, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham., commorated on Helles Memorial
  9. William George COLLINS aged 29  - Born at Charminster the son of Giles and Elizabeth M. Collins, of 26, Colliton St., Dorchester, commemorated on the Helles Memorial
  10. Percy Paris POPE aged 33, Son of Alfred Pope, J.P., and Elizabeth Mary Pope, of South Court, Dorchester, and Wrackleford House, Dorchester, Dorset. Educated at Winchester College and New College, Oxford, commemorated on the Loos Memorial
  11. William Sidney CURTIS aged 23 - Son of Thomas Chambers Curtis and Eliza Hannah Curtis, of 5, Maud Rd., Victoria Park, Dorchester, commemorated on the Basra Memorial
  12. Henry George WILLIS aged 26 - Son of Henry Willis; Brother-in-law of Ellen F. Willis, of 42, Park St., Yeovil, Somerset, buried in Boulogne Eastern Cemetery
  13. John Frederick SARGENT aged 19 - Son of John and Mary J. Sargent, of 22, Glydepath Rd., Dorchester, buried in Authuile Military Cemetary
  14. Herbert Stewert ANGELL aged 27 - Husband of Sarah; Commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial
  15. William Percival MEMBURY aged 31 – Son of Robert and Alice Membury of Dorchester
  16. Denzil HUGHES-ONSLOW aged 53 - Born in Balkissock, Ayre in Scotland in 1862; husband of Marion; of Colliton House Dorchester, buried in Meaulte Military Cemetery south of Albert France
  17. Charles James CURTIS aged 19 - Son of Thomas Chambers Curtis and Eliza Hannah Curtis, of 5, Maud Rd., Victoria Park, Dorchester, commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial
  18. Percy Haskett EASLEY - Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial
  19. Reginald SCRIVEN aged 31 - Son of Eliza Cole Scriven, of 22, Ilchester Rd., Westham, Weymouth. Born at Dorchester, commemorated on the Basra Memorial
  20. Arthur Edwin HURST aged 29 - Son of William Ralph and Mary Emma Hurst, of 5, Icen Way, Dorchester, commemorated on the Basra Memorial
  21. Reginald Brook Holding WEBB aged 21 - a native of Beverley Yorkshire he was educated at the Dorchester Grammer School but does not appear to have ever lived in Dorset. commemorated on the Basra Memorial
  22. Ernest Henry MILLS aged 23 - youngest son of William & Emily Mills - commemorated on the Basra Memorial
  23. Thomas Ralph Okeden WINWOOD aged 31 - Son of Thomas Henry Rickets Winwood and Mabel Louisa Winwood; husband of Mabel Katharine Winwood, of Oaktree Cottage, Mortimer, Berks, buried in the Karasouli Military Cemetery
  24. Charles Alfred Whiting POPE aged 39 - Son of Alfred Pope, J.P., F.S.A., and Elizabeth Mary Pope, of Wrackleford House, Dorset; husband of Marion Ruth Pope, of 7, Sedlescombe Rd. South, St. Leonards-on-Sea. One of eleven brothers and four sisters, all of whom (except one son predeceased) fought or worked for their Country in the Great War, commemorated on the Savona Memorial
  25. Harold Frank MOORE aged 19 - Son of William Richard and Annie Louise Moore, of 34, High East St., Dorchester, buried in Weymouth Road Cemetery, Dorchester
  26. John Reginals HARE aged 23 - Son of Walter and Lavinia Hare, of 16, High West St., Dorchester, commemorated on Wimereux Communal Memorial near Boulogne
  27. Edmund LAMB aged 35 - son of Edmund and Lavinia Lamb. Commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium (Flanders)
  28. John Mayo BIGGS aged 40 - Son of Thomas Strange Biggs and Annie Biggs, of "St. Ives", 4, Cornwall Rd., Dorchester, Dorset, commemorated on the Arras Memorial
  29. Alan Roderick HAIG-BROWN - Son of the late Rev. Canon Haig-Brown, Master of Charterhouse; husband of Violet Mary Haig-Brown, buried in the Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery
  30. Henry COOK aged 19 the son of Alice Cook of High West Street Dorchester – commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium
  31. Edwin Reginald VOSS aged 23 - Son of Louis and Alice Voss, of 14, Princes St., Dorchester, buried in the Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel
  32. George GIBBS aged 23 - Son of Mrs. Fanny Gibbs, of 19, Trinity St., Dorchester, Buried Peshawar, commemorated on the Delhi Memorial (India Gate)
  33. Paul Tholmond METHUEN aged 31 - son of Rev. Paul O'Bryen Methuen of West Walks House Dorchester, died of typhoid buried at Weymouth Avenue Cemetery
  34. Harry James TOMPKINS aged 22 - Son of Henry and A. Tompkins, of 7, Colliton St., Dorchester, buried in the Gaza War Cememtery
  35. Thomas James MOWLAM aged 31 - a native of Plush in Dorset, husband of Gertrude King of 39 princes street, buried at Terlincthun British Cemetery Boulogne
  36. William Percival TREW aged 32 - son of Edward Trew of Athelston Road bured St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen
  37. Reginald Hodder FOSTER Aged 36 - Husband of M. J. Foster, of 15, Prospect Terrace, Dorchester, buried in Weymouth Road Cemetery, Dorchester
  38. Edward Alexander POPE aged 43 - Son of Alfred Pope, J.P., F.S.A., and Elizabeth Mary Pope, of Wrackleford House, Dorset; husband of Sybil Pope, of The Dring, Queen Camel, Somerset, see 24)  buried in Stratton churchyard.

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