WW1: Roll of Honour: Graham, Donald Hatt Noble
Rank & Unit Captain, A Coy, 9th Btn, Black Watch Death 25 Sept 1915, Loos, aged 41, leading his company in an attack on enemy lines Family Left a widow Lucy and 4 children. His only son, a pilot, was shot down over France in 1940 Biographic detail Resident at the Old Rectory at the...
WW1: Roll of Honour: Gregory, Richard Frank
Rank & Unit Corporal, 1st Btn, Wilts Regt Death 30 Sept 1918, aged 26 Family Son of Frank and Sarah Anne Gregory of The Butts Biographic detail Born at Milton Lilbourne. In 1911 had been a wagoner at Hungerford Extra detail Had been a prisoner of war, he was buried at Brandenburg, Germany
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hathrill, William James
Rank & Unit Private, 1st Btn, Wilts Regt Death 10 March 1915, Kemmel, Flanders Family Son of Thomas and Maria Hathrill Biographic detail Baptised in Aldbourne in 1893, by 1901 was living in the Ogbournes. His father was a carter. Extra detail Buried at Le Touret, Flanders
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hawkins, George Henry
Rank & Unit Private, C Coy, 12 Btn Northumberland Fusiliers Death 18 April 1918 aged 34, presumed dead Family Son of Thomas. Husband of Sarah who after the war had remarried and was living at The Butts Biographic detail Born in Kennett, enlisted at Marlborough. in 1911 was a shepard living at Woodleys Extra detail...
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hawkins, Henry R James
Rank & Unit Private, Somerset Light Infantry Death 15 July 1917, Basra, Iraq, aged 29 Family Biographic detail His connection to the village is unknown Extra detail Died in hospital
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hawkins, J
Rank & Unit unknown Death unknown Family Biographic detail Extra detail
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hawkins, Robert Edward
Rank & Unit Private, 8th Btn, Devonshire Regt Death 20 July 1916, The Somme Family Son of Henry and Emma of West St. Brother of Tom Biographic detail Born circa 1897, in 1911 was a ploughboy living at The Butts Extra detail Presumed dead
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hawkins, Tom
Rank & Unit Private, 5th Btn, Wilts Regt Death 28 July 1916, Amarna, Iraq aged 25 Family Son of Henry and Emma Hawkins of West St. Brother of Robert Edward Biographic detail In 1911 was living at The Butts and was an under-carter Extra detail No enemy action recorded for that day, but 25 men
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hedges, Herbert
Rank & Unit Corporal, 5th Btn, Wilts Regt Death 21 September 1915, Lala Baba, Gallipoli, aged 20 Family Son of John Hedges of Crooked Corner Biographic detail In 1911 he was a boot repairer, his father was a chair maker Extra detail
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hedges, William
Rank & Unit Lieutenant, 10th Btn, Alberta Regt, Canadian Infantry, Holder of the Military Cross Death 27 September 1918 Family Son of John and Mary Hedges of Aldbourne, probably the brother of Herbert Biographic detail Extra detail The MC was for action in September 1918 at Canal du Nord
WW1: Roll of Honour: Herring, Harold Ernest
Rank & Unit Private, “A” Company, 11th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliers Death 7 June 1917 Family Son of William and Selina Biographic detail The 1911 census records that he was born in Ramsbury, and was then living with his parents in The Warren, Aldbourne; working as a farm hand. The CWGC record has his name spelled...
WW1: Roll of Honour: Liddiard, Henry James
Rank & Unit Sergeant, 1st Btn, Wilts Regt Death 24 August 1914, Mons Family Son of Edward and Ellen Liddiard Biographic detail Born 9 May 1887. In 1901 he was living at Pudley Wharf. Had joined up before the war, in 1911 he was with the army in South Africa. His former occupation was listed...
WW1: Roll of Honour: Liddiard, John Harold
Unit C Coy, 7th Btn, Australian Infantry Force Death 6 Nov 1916, The Somme, aged 25 Family Son of Charles and Jane Liddiard Biographic detail Born in Aldbourne in 1891, by 1911 was a gardener in Chilton Foliat. Emigrated in 1913. Joined the Australian Army in 1916, joined the 7th Btn and by November was...
WW1: Roll of Honour: Loveday, Richard Thomas
Rank & Unit Corporal, 6th Btn, Wilts Regt Death 29 April 1918, buried at Arneke Family Second son of William and Martha Loveday of Lottage Iron Foundry Works Biographic detail Had moved to the village with his parents between 1901 and 1911, was an iron founder like his father. Extra detail His obituary told that...
WW1: Roll of Honour: Lowis, John Rollo W
Rank & Unit Captain, Hants Yeomanry Death 4 Sept 1918 Family Son of The Hon. John and Monica Lowis of The White House, Fawkham, Kent Biographic detail Extra detail His sister, Evelyn, had married the vicar of Aldbourne (William Butler) in 1911, which probably explains his being on our memorial
WW1: Roll of Honour: Foster, Arthur Thomas
Rank & Unit Rifleman, 21st Btn KRRC Death 20 Sep 1917, age 32 Family Biographic detail Born in Wandsworth, resident in Aldbourne at enlistment Extra detail Killed in action
WW1: Roll of Honour: Grant, William John
Rank & Unit Private, 5th Btn, Wilts Rgt Death 25 Jul 1917, age 23, Baghdad Family Son of John and Emma Biographic detail Born in Aldbourne, by 1911 was living in Chisledon, with his parents, father was a herdsman, he was a ploughboy Extra detail
WW1: Roll of Honour: Hathrill, Frederick
Rank & Unit Private, Royal Tank Corps Death 25 March 1918, aged 21, Family Son of Thomas and Maria Hathrill Biographic detail Baptised in Aldbourne 27 Sept 1896,, by 1901 was living in Ogbourne, in 1911 still there, father was a carter, and Frederick is recorded as "with the horses" Extra detail Commemorated at Pozieres,