Chalfont St Giles

Inside the Chalfont St Giles Church

The names mentioned on this plaque are identical to those listed on
the War Memorial in the village

In loving memory of
Private Francis Louis WORLEY
of the 19th County of London Regiment
who was wounded in the battle of
Loos, and died in France on October 6th 1915 aged 22 years

Also of Gordon Victor WORLEY
of the Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry
killed in action on August 23rd 1916 aged 21 years

Gone but not forgotten

In memory of James E. MEAD
Killed in the Great War October 1918
Whilst succouring the wounded as stretcher-bearer
Gratefully remembered here as Organist of this church
1905 - 1916

George Herbert FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL killed in action August 3rd 1916

 Chalfont St Giles War Memorial outside the church

The names mentioned on the Church War Memorial are virtually identical to the names list on the Chalfont St Giles village War Memorial (which see)
Exceptions are detailed at the bottom of the following list.

 

1914 - 1918

 

Samuel J. ALDRIDGE

Sidney ASHFOLD (ASHFORD?)

Percy AYRES

John R. BAILEY

Harry BAILEY

John H. BAKER

Archibald BOLTON

Alfred E. BOVINGDON

Frank BOVINGDON

William BOWLER

Percy BRICE

Alfred CHILTON

 

William CHILTON

William CLARK

Frederick COOK

George GROSS

Norman W. COX

Hubert J. CURTIS

James CYSTER

Frederick A. DELL

William J.A. DELL

Herbert EDWARDS

Herbert ELLIOTT

George GIBBARD

Albert GILBERT

George GLENISTER

 

Maurice GORDON

Frank B. GURNEY

Bert HARDING

Herbert HEARNE

Albert HODGINS

Edward KIRBY

Bertie M. KNOTT

William LAWRENCE

Ronald LESLIE

Albert MANKELOW

Charles V. MARCHANT

James MEAD

William MILES

George NASH

 

Edward H. PAYNE

Ben RAWLINGS

Henry SAUNDERS

Arthur SHUREY

Vincent STONE

William G. STONE

Ernest TAYLOR

Leslie K. TWEEDIE

David WALLINGTON

Eric SETH-WARD

John W. WEBB

G.H. FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL

Francis L. WORLEY

Gordon V. WORLEY

 

A headstone to
Reginald Turner HUGHES
is to be found in the churchyard.
He died in 1925 (after the War Memorial was erected) but the inscription states
"As the result of the Great War".

 

A new CWGC headstone has now replaced the old headstone to James Cyster