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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Lieutenant George Peak-Garland Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers07/06/1917 (aged 30)personal connection
Stoker 1st Class William Isaac Gale PO/K30752Royal Navy, HMS P. 4612/09/1920 (aged 23)personal connection and buried here
Private Chivers 18111Wiltshire Regiment24/12/1918personal connection and buried here
Private Tom White 9024Wiltshire Regiment30/03/1915 (aged 19)personal connection
Private Harry White 7274Wiltshire Regiment19/10/1914 (aged 27)personal connection
Private Thomas Chivers 30452Somerset Light Infantry31/05/1918 (aged 19)personal connection
Private Alfred William Cook M2/050583Army Service Corps03/06/1917 (aged 28)personal connection
Private Herbert William Green 306659Royal Warwickshire Regiment27/08/1916 (aged 34)personal connection
Private Frank Rogers 10827Wiltshire Regiment17/05/1916 (aged 28)personal connection
Corporal Charles William Chivers 18112Wiltshire Regiment11/04/1917 (aged 33)personal connection
Private Frederick Henry Bull 28335Somerset Light Infantry27/04/1918 (aged 19)personal connection
Private Charles Burton 42348East Yorkshire Regiment23/11/1918 (aged 32)personal connection
Shoeing Smith Corporal Henry Francis Harris 5630Royal Army Veterinary Corps14/01/1919 (aged 42)personal connection

The following war memorials are recorded for this parish in the War Memorials Register on the Imperial War Museums website

Avebury WW1 and WW2
  • St James Church, High Street, Averbury, Kennet, Wiltshire, England