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Oxford War Memorials: St Thomas the Martyr Church

St Thomas the Martyr Church

This First World War memorial is a wooden board with an oak and gilt frame on the wall of St Thomas the Martyr Church, Becket Street, Oxford. There are 54 names of the dead in gilt-painted lettering, with one added later at the top of the newer board (shown below) dedicated to the Second World War.

Key:

  • OJI = Photograph available in the Oxford Journal Illustrated
  • WM = War Memorial
  • City Roll = “Roll of the Citizens of Oxford who Fell in the Great War 1914-1918” (kept in the City Church of St Michael-at-the Northgate", transcribed here)

ROLL OF HONOUR

Frederick Allsworth.
CWGC / Not on City Roll / OJI (26 Jul 1916)
Also on St Frideswide's Church WM
BIOGRAPHY

 

William Loveridge.
CWGC / City Roll


Harold Archer.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (11 Nov 1914)

Charles Leckford.
CWGC not found / Not on City Roll

William Baldwin.
CWGC not found / City Roll

Clarence Maasz.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (29 May 1918)

Albert William Broadway.
CWGC / City Roll
Also on St Ebbe's Church WM

John Manners.
?CWGC / Not on City Roll / ?OJI (30 Sep 1914)
?Hon. J. N. Manners on Balliol College WM

William Brogden.
CWGC / City Roll
Also on Holy Trinity Church, St Ebbe's WM
BIOGRAPHY

Thomas Mitchell.
CWGC / City Roll

Percy Bossom.
CWGC / Not on City Roll
OJI (11 Apr 1917), after winning Military Medal

Alfred Mobey.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (19 Sep 1917)
Also on St Frideswide's Church WM
BIOGRAPHY

Montague T. S. Browning
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (16 Dec 1914)

Percy John Mobey.
CWGC / Not on City Roll / OJI (9 Feb 1916)
Also on Cowley St John WM

Charles Burley.
CWGC / City Roll /
Also on St Ebbe's Church WM

Lewis Neville.
CWGC not found / Not on City Roll
 

Henry Cousins.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (23 Jan 1918)

William Neville.
CWGC / City Roll

Henry Evans.
CWGC not identified / City Roll / OJI (5 Jul 1916)

William North.
CWGC / City Roll

Arthur Frank Drewert.
[Appears to be an error for Drewett]
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (17 Oct 1917)

Giles Parsons.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (27 Oct 1915)

Richard Claridge.
CWGC / Not on City Roll
Also on Wolvercote Church WM

George Pritchard.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (6 Sep 1916
Also on Headington Quarry Church WM
BIOGRAPHY

George Cudd.
?CWGC / Not on City Roll

George James Snell.
CWGC / Not on City Roll / OJI (7 Oct 1914)

George Davies.
?CWGC / Not on City Roll

Henry Thomas Shepherd.
CWGC not identified / Not on City Roll

Charles Dean.
CWGC / City Roll

Charles Spence.
CWGC not identified / Not on City Roll

Gwynne Field.
CWGC / City Roll

Joseph Simms.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (9 May 1917)
Also on Oxford University Press WM

William Clemson Goodman.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (12 Jan 1916)

William Squires.
CWGC / Not on City Roll

Frederick George William Green.
CWGC / City Roll [wrongly listed as Frederick G. M.]
Also on St Ebbe's Church WM

William Watts.
CWGC / City Roll
 

Charles Hack.
CWGC not identified / Not on City Roll

Henry Worth.
CWGC not identified / Not on City Roll

Frank Harwood.
CWGC not identified / Not on City Roll
J. G. Harwood who lived in Paradise Place?

Cyril Wyatt.
CWGC / City Roll
 

Harry Holland.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (25 Nov 1914)
Also on St Ebbe's Church WM

Walter Washbrook.
?CWGC / Not on City Roll

William Henry Himms.
CWGC / City Roll

Frederick Whitlock.
CWGC
/ City Roll / OJI (5 Oct 1915)

Alban Benedict Hudson, M.C.
CWGC / Not on City Roll / OJI (11 Nov 1914)
Also on St Giles' Church WM, Magdalen College WM,
and St Barnabas' Church WM

Frederick W. Davies.
CWGC / City Roll


 

Charles Kilbee.
CWGC / Not on City Roll / OJI (10 May 1916)

Thomas F. Hambridge.
CWGC / Not on City Roll / OJI (5 Jun 1918)

Henry Kilbee.
CWGC / City Roll / ?OJI (16 Dec 1914)

Thomas Omey Bryant.
CWGC / City Roll / OJI (30 Aug 1916)

George Lake.
CWGC / City Roll

Arthur George Forrister.
CWGC not found / Not on City Roll

Charles Lydford.
CWGC / Not on City Roll

Walter J. Reeve.
CWGC / Not on City Roll

One name added to top of the World War II memorial shown below:

1914-18 Reginald Stringer
CWGC / City Roll / OJI

World War II board

These memorials on the Database of the Imperial War Museums:
St Thomas The Martyr Church Board WW1 and WW2
and on War Memorials online

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Last updated: 25 October, 2017

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