Private Edward Brain

24829  7th Battalion Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment, formerly 1033, Welsh Horse.

Son of Walter and Susan Brain of Hartpury, husband of Fanny Maria Brain.

Died 9th May 1917 aged 29. 

Remembered with Honour Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery, Saulty, France.


Lance Corporal Henry Harold Crook

2943 3rd/1st Royal Gloucestershire Hussars.

Son of John and Elizabeth Crook of Gloucester, Husband of Edith Alice Crook of Mill Cottage Over.

Died 17th January 1916 aged 25 at Tidworth Camp, Wiltshire.

Remembered with Honour Holy Innocents Highnam Churchyard.


Private Henry Charles Cuff

14876 Depot Royal Welsh Fusiliers.

Son of Frederick and Harriett Cuff of Old Linton Cottages, Highnam.

Medically discharged 8th August 1916 and died 19th February 1917 aged 31.

Remembered with Honour Holly Innocents, Highnam Churchyard.


Lieutenant Herbert Pearce Ellis MC

B Squadron Royal Gloucestershire Hussars.

Son of Henry Arthur and Caroline Anne Ellis of Home Farm, Highnam.

Died 1st December 1917 aged 31.

Remembered with Honour Jerusalem Memorial


Trooper John Butt Ellis

380 2nd Mounted Brigade H.Q. South African Horse.

Son of Henry Arthur and Caroline Anne Ellis of Home Farm, Highnam.

Died 6th February 1917 aged 37 in East Africa.

Remembered with Honour in Dodoma Cemetery.


Lance Corporal Reginald John Hatch

5350, 1st/5th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment.

Son of William Henry and Elizabeth Hatch of Cross roads, Highnam.

Died 13th October 1917 in France aged 24

Remembered with Honour Boulogne Eastern Cemetery.


Corporal Harry William Hyett

240811, 1st/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.

Son of William and Louise Hyett of Tewkesbury and Grandson of William and Martha Hyett

Of Brick House, Highnam.

Died 5th April 1917 in France aged 22

Remembered with Honour Unicorn Cemetery, Vendhuile, France.


Private Albert Mogg

3316, 1st/5th Battalion, King’s Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.

Son of Henry and Annabella Mogg of Morecambe, Lancashire.

Died 12th March 1915 in France aged 17

Remembered with Honour Wulverghem-Linden Hoeck Road Military Cemetery


Lieutenant William James Pearce

2nd/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment.

Son of James and Mary Jane Pearce of Linton, Gloucester, Husband of Margery Pearce of Bilston, Staffordshire.

Died 2nd December 1917 in France aged 33

Remembered with Honour Villers-Plouich Communal Cemetery.


Private Ernest Skillern

3345, 2nd/5th Battalion, Gloucestershire Regiment.

Son of George and Kate Skillern of Pope’s Cottage, Highnam.

Died 20th June 1916 in France aged 20

Remembered with Honour Royal Irish Rifles Graveyard, Laventie, France.