World War I 1914 - 1918 click here for bigger version
Listed on Stock War Memorial


This is a list of those from
the Parishes of Stock and Buttsbury
who gave their lives in the First World War.
Right is a picture of the unveiling of the War Memorial in November 1920.
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We hope to bring pictures and more information about these brave souls.

We have a strange anomaly with Charles Evens.
I had an email from Charles Evans niece who thinks that Charles Geoffrey Evans and Charles Evans were one of the same. Can anyone confirm this?
Stanley
Bacon
Frederick Isaac
Capon
** Robert John**
** Carpenter**
Frederick
Clifford
Willia m George
Elkins MM
Rae Adam
Ellis (Capt)
** Charles Geoffrey**
** Evans**
Charles Evans Arthur Newstead Falkner (Capt) Charles
Fulbrook
Pendarves C F
Gibson (Lieut)
Horace
Gouldsmith
Harry
Howlett
Reginald
Jarvis
Joseph
Jenkins
George
Low
Joseph
Keeling
Harry
Keeling
J Alworth
Merewether (Capt)
William
Parker
** Arthur**
** Nevill**
Victor
Plume
William Walter
Plume
Herbert
Precious
William
Precious
John
Reynolds
Harry
Reynolds
Frank
Ridgewell
John
Rist
** Walter A **
** Shuttlesworth**

Herbert
Steward
**(Albert) Arthur William**
**Taylor**
Alfred Edward
Thomas
Harold Robert
Thomason
Harry
Tyler
William
Watts
Charles F Norman
Webb
Bernard
Webb
Harry
Webb
Walter
Whybro
Walter Joseph
Wright
** There are errors on the Stock War Memorial which are coming to light.**
** Corrections are shown on the data sheets**
Information researched and collated by John Westwood
If you can help with pictures and further information however small please Email John
According to sources the war memorial and who was included was rather down to those who set up the funding and there was not a set criteria.
There are mistakes on the memorial I am afraid spelling mistakes and even a Christian name wrong that need to be cross referenced.
Those Not Listed on the Stock War Memorial
Ernest Allen Captain Harold Bourne
fought in both wars
George
Hume
Thomas Joseph
Osborn
Arthur Walter Petchey Charles Petchey Alfred Savill
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