Victor Eugene Randall

Victor Eugene Randall 1st & 2nd Bn RWF                       Victor was born 1881 in Birmingham. Enlisted on 28th nov 1899. Victor served in South Africa and India. He was discharged after 12 years service. Victor went to France on 12th Aug 1914 as a driver.Visit the memory

John Howard Chaplin

Private John Howard Chaplin 2nd Bn RWF                         John was born 1898 in Birmingham. Enlisted into the RWF on 18th November 1915 age 19. Killed in action on 20th May 1917 attacking the German lines. Buried at Croiselles British Cemetery. British War and VictoryVisit the memory

Frederick Edward Alban Checkett

Private Frederick Edward Alban Checkett 1st Bn RWF                           Frederick was born in 1892 Birmingham. Reported killed in action 30th Oct 1914. 1914 Star, British War and Victory Medal. F.E.A. Checkett is remembered on the Menin Gate Ypres.     kind permission ofVisit the memory

Herbert Braznell

      Private Herbert Braznell 1st & 2nd Bn RWF                       Herbert Braznell was born 1890 in Smethwick. Previously served in India with the RWF, he was a reservist called up immediately war broke out and went to France on 11th Aug 1914. Herbert wasVisit the memory

Captain George Penderell Blake

                            Captain George Penderall Blake 10th Bn RWF 1914 Star, British War and Victory Medal. He attained the rank of Captain in the Officer Training Corps. When war broke out he accepted the offer of a commission and went to the front.Visit the memory

Alfred William Bayliss

                          Private Alfred William Bayliss 2nd Bn RWF 1915 Star, British War and Victory Medals Alfred enlisted in Coventry, May 1915 age 19. He was killed in action on the 22nd June 1916 Givenchy. Buried at Gorre British and Indian Cemetery. 1915 Star, BritishVisit the memory

Gerald Edgar Shipley

                       Gerald Edgar Shipley (Died 2014) Gerald was one of three brothers (Alec, Maurice, Gerald) and the son of Marie Rosa and Hubert Shipley.  A respected administrator at the Port of Bristol Authority, a devoted husband (to Pamela), father (to Karen and David), grandfather, fanaticalVisit the memory

Alec George Russell Shipley

                                        Alec George Russell Shipley 12/08/1922 to 10/12/2014 Alec was one of three brothers (Alec, Maurice, Gerald) and the son of Marie Rosa and Hubert Shipley.  Born in Bristol he was a keen boy scout andVisit the memory

Alvin Roy Sutherland

Born in Kingston Jamaica, Alvin was one of four children Alvin came to England in 1955 and initially settled in Nottingham where he spent several years working as a miner then at a foundry in Beeston. While on a visit to Bristol in the 1960’s he met his wife to be Marina and moved toVisit the memory

Terry Knox

    Terry Knox loved most sports, played Rugby, Football, Cricket and Golf. I can remember playing cricket with my brother as a teenager and still remember the bruise’s from his fast bowling! I will always remember his face, always smiling….. God bless you..    

George Richard Knight

Lance Corporal George Richard Knight MM 2nd & 9th Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Military Medal, British War & Victory Medal Born 19th September 1897 in Birmingham George first enlisted in Sept 1914, but was discharged for medical reasons in Nov 1914. He successfully enlisted again one year later on the 28th Oct 1915. George survived the war and marriedVisit the memory

Edward Russell Boothman (Ted)

In memory of Dad, I didn’t know that my dad had this photo, he carried it in his wallet since 1957. Found Dad’s Bible with a secret hand written inscription that I would like to share… The inscription reads ” IF THERE IS SUCH A THING AS ANOTHER LIFE AFTER DEATH, I WOULD LIKE  TO BE AVisit the memory