South Warwickshire Family History Society War Memorial Transcription Project

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Flecknoe - WW1 Roll of Honour
St. Marks's Church, Vicarage Road, Flecknoe, Rugby CV23 8AU


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St. Mark's Church Roll of Honour


Private William Frederick BROOKS
1890 -1917
Private Frederick Francis COX
1893 - 1917
Private Charles Frank ROSE
1892 - 1916
2nd Lt James GOODMAN
1881 - 1916
Private William Henry BATCHELOR
1888 - 1917
Private Frederick Henry BENNETT
1890 - 1916

"Greater Love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends"


 Arthur BENNETT Benjamin VARNEY - wounded Charles BENNETT Charles WATSON QMS Cutherbert SYKES
David JONES Edward MONTGOMERY Frederick GREEN George BALL George COX
George DUNCOMBE Harold BENNETT Harold HOLLOWAY - wounded Herbert GREEN Hilda WATSON - Q.A.I.M.N.S.
Jessie CLEAVER John BALL John EVANS JOHN SPENCER MM - wounded Lewis BENNETT - Prisoner of War
Samuel BROOKS Sydney HARGREAVES - wounded Thomas COLLINS - wounded Wilfred BENNETT William C. McLaren - Priest Vicar
~ William COX - wounded ~ William GUNTHORPE ~

Lord, All Pitying, Jesus Blest, grant them thine eternal rest

Bibliography: All of our information is independently researched and then compared to other sources. A list of the sources we use to do our independent research will be published soon. All of the photographs herein are linked back to their original source, except those taken by SWFHS. We are grateful to those other sources:

  • Trench Maps are courtesy of the excellent website TMAPPER at
  • Warwickshire Yeomanry Museum For Help with Yeomanry Soldiers
  • The County of Warwickshire Roll of Honour - Vol 1 South Warwickshire book by Kenneth Fowler. SWFHS purchased this book and retains it in our small library. Able Publishing ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1903607639 & ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1903607633
  • Find A Grave and it's numerous contributors for use of photographs, particularly Grave stones. SWFHS supplies pictures of War Memorials to the site in the name of Ian Shuter.