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Oxford War Memorials: St John the Evangelist Church, New Hinksey

St John's Church, New Hinksey
Photography by Liz Woolley

This wooden board is inside St John the Evangelist Church, Vicarage Road, New Hinksey. It lists the 37 men of New Hinksey who died in the First World War in alphabetical order of surname (except for William Hounslow added at the end).

In the transcription below, CWGC = Commonwealth War Graves Commission website, WM = War Memorial,
and City Honour Roll = The book of remembrance in the City Church of St Michael-at-the-Northgate

HAVE IN HONOUR / YOU WHO ENTER HERE
ALL THESE MEN OF THIS / PARISH WHO GAVE
THEIR LIVES IN / THE GREAT WAR, 1914–1918.

Notes

ADAMS, HORACE
(Horace ADAMS)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
6-2-1918.

[CWGC says 5-2-1918]

CWGC / City Roll (died of wounds at home)
Buried in South Hinksey churchyard

BAYLISS, JOSEPH
(Joseph BAYLISS)

Pte. R.A.O.C.
18-8-1918.

CWGC / Not on City Roll
Buried at Botley Cemetery

BELLINGER, JOSEPH
(Joseph C. BELLINGER)

Cpl. R.F.A.
4-9-1917.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)
Also listed on: Cowley St John WM

BROCKS, ARCHIBALD W.
(Archibald William BROCKS)

2nd. Lieut. Cheshire Regt.
10-3-1918.

CWGC / City Roll (died as Prisoner of War)
Also listed on: St Ebbe's Church WM

BROCKS, LESLIE B.
(Leslie Badeb BROCKS)

Off. std. H.M.S. Superb.
12-12-1918.

CWGC / Not on City Roll

CARTER, HARRY H.
(Harry Herbert CARTER)

Pte. 1st. Border Regt.
23-3-1918.

[CWGC & Roll say 21-3-1918]

CWGC / City Roll (died of wounds)

CHANDLER, GEORGE H.
(George Henry CHANDLER)

L/Cpl. O.B.L.I.
17-2-1916.

[CWGC & Roll say 16-2-1918]

CWGC / City Roll (died of sickness)

CHANDLER, WILLIAM L.
(William L. CHANDLER)

Pte. Royal Highlanders.
1-5-1916.

CWGC / City Roll (died of gas poisoning)

COLLINS, ALBERT P.
(Albert P. COLLINS)

L/Cpl. O.B.L.I.
8-12-1919.

Not listed by CWGC / Not on City Roll

COX, GEORGE H.
(George Henry COX)

Pte. Royal Berks Regt.
5-12-1916.

CWGC / City Roll (died at home)
Buried at South Hinksey
Also listed on St Matthew's Church WM
Full Biography (St Matthew's)

DONOHOE, WILLIAM E.,
D.C.M
(William Edward DONOGHUE)

Cpl. R.G.A.
3.7.1916

CWGC / City Roll (died from sickness as a Prisoner of War)

ELDRIDGE, THOMAS H.
(Thomas H. ELDRIDGE)

Cpl. R.G.A.
25.2.1919.

CWGC / Not on City Roll
Buried at Osney Cemetery

FERRIMAN, JAMES C.
(James Charles FERRIMAN)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
17-8-1917.

CWGC / Not on City Roll

GREENSTREET, FREDERIC.
(Frederic George GREENSTREET)

Maj. Indian Army
Messopotamia [sic]

7-1-1917.

CWGC / Not on City Roll

HAY, ALEXANDER M.
(Alexander M. HAY)

R.N.A.S.
7-12-1919.

Not listed by CWGC / Not on City Roll

HIGGINS, HAROLD V.
(Harold Victor HIGGINS)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
23-7-1916.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)

HIGGINS, WILFRED V.
(Wilfred Victor HIGGINS)

Pte. City of London Regt.
9-10-1916.

CWGC / City Roll (wounded and missing on this date)

KING, JOHN G.
(John George KING)

L/Corporal Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt.
3-7-1918.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)

LEE, HERBERT.
(Herbert G. LEE)

Pte. Welsh Guards.
12-11-1919.

Not listed by CWGC / City Roll (died of wounds)

MACE, FREDERICK E.
(Frederick Earle MACE)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
13-8-1916.

[CWGC & City Roll say 14-8-1916]

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)

MARTIN, CHARLES
(Charles MARTIN)

Cpl. R.G.A.
15-5-1917.

CWGC / City Roll (died of wounds)
Also listed on Oxford City Police WM

MITCHELL, LEVI E.
(Levi MITCHELL)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
22.8.1917.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)

PALMER, PERCY A.
(Percy Arthur PALMER)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
23-7-1916.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)
Also listed on St Matthew's Church WM
Full Biography (St Matthew's)

PARSONS, REGINALD W.
(Reginald William PARSONS)

Gnr. R.G.A.
18-4-1918.

CWGC / City Roll (died of wounds)

QUINION, RICHARD C.
(Richard Cecil QUINION)

Pte. Q.O.O.H.
17-5-1915.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)
Also listed on: Cowley St John WM

SAWYER, HORACE A.

Pte. O.B.L.I.
23-3-1918.

CWGC / Not on City Roll

SHAW, EDWARD J.
(Edward J. SHAW)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
28-10-1918.

CWGC / City Roll (died of sickness)

SMITH, ALBERT.
(Albert SMITH, sometimes
Albert Cavell SMITH)

L/Cpl., O.B.L.I.
3-5-1917.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)
Also listed on St Matthew's Church WM
Full Biography (St Matthew's)

SOUNDY, FREDERICK R.
(Frederick Richard SOUNDY)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
25-9-1918.

CWGC / City Roll (died)
Also listed on: Cowley St John WM
See his brother's biography below

SOUNDY, JOHN W. [sic]
(John Edward SOUNDY)

Brother of the above

Sapper R.E.
5-10-1918.

CWGC / City Roll (died from sickness)
Also listed on: Cowley St John WM and
St John the Evangelist, New Hinksey WM and St Frideswide Church War Memorial
Full Biography (St Frideswide)

SPEAKS, WILLIAM J.
(William J. SPEAKS)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
2-8-1916.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)
Also listed on: Lion Brewery WM

WEBB, FREDERICK J.
(Frederick John WEBB)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
3-5-1917.

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)

WHARTON, FREDERICK W.
(Frederick W. WHARTON)

Pte. 30th Batt. London Regt.
14.10.1918.

CWGC / Not on City Roll
Buried at South Hinksey

WILLIAMS, GEORGE H.
(George H. Williams)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
28-4-1918.

CWGC / City Roll (died of wounds)

WOODLEY, ARTHUR F.
(Frederick Arthur WOODLEY)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
15-8-1916.

[CWGC & City Roll say 13-8-1916]

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)
Also listed on St Matthew's Church WM
Full Biography (St Matthew's)

WOODLEY, WILLIAM J.
(William John WOODLEY)

Pte. O.B.L.I.
15-8-1916.
[CWGC & City Roll say 13-8-1916]

CWGC / City Roll (killed in action)
Also listed on St Matthew's Church WM
Full Biography (St Matthew's)

HOUNSLOW, WILLIAM
(William HOUNSLOW)

Pte. Royal
Warwickshire Regt

8-9-1915.

CWGC / City Roll (died from heatstroke)

 

This memorial on the Database of the Imperial War Museums: St John's Parishioners – WW1
Not listed on War Memorials Online

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