Page of Remembrance


Eighty five men from Ledbury died in the First World War.  Their names are recorded on the War Memorial in the High Street and the First World War Memorial in St Michael’s church. There are five Commonwealth War Grave Commission graves in the Town Cemetery.  Click on a name below to read the pages from the Books of Remembrance which are on display in St Michael and All Angels’ church Ledbury.  These Books of Remembrance are the result of research in 2012 by Jennifer Harrison. 

Andrews Thomas

Leadbetter Ralph

Baggott Charles George

Low Frederick

Bartlett Frederick

Mansell Stanley

Barnett Stephen

Martin Alick

Bayliss Thomas

Martin Hugh

Beale William

Morris Edward

Bradley Walter

Napper Herbert

Brown Arthur

Neale Arthur

Brown James

Neale Jack

Burwood Archibald

Owens David

Cale John

Palmer Richard

Carter George

Partridge William

Chadd Archibald

Pedlingham Arthur

Chadd Benjamin

Perry Charles

Chadd Robert

Philpotts Ernest

Chadd Walter

Player Gilbert

Chistopher Albert

Potter John

Conn Reginald

Preece Philip

Cooke John

Preece Thomas

Cooper John

Pritchard Thomas

Cooper William

Prothero William

Dalley William

Pudge Victor

Davies Frank

Ranford William

Davis James

Rich George

Dixon Jack

Rogers Thomas

Drinkwater Samuel

Selley Charles

Farley Ernest

Shinn Thomas

Floyd Austin

Smith Dennis

Gittens Edgar

Smith Frank

Gladwin William

Smith Mervyn

Hamblin Archibald

Sparks Harry

Harford Albert

Staunton John

Hathaway Harry

Stephens Albert Henry

Hathaway Leonard

Tarbath Francis

Henley Victor

Theakstone James

Hodges George

Walters Frank

Hodges Harry

Warren Charles

Hodges Herbert

Watkins Frederick

Howell Reginald

Watts John

Hyner Frederick

Wilks Harold

Jones Harry

Williams Jack

Jones Jack

Williams James

Lancett Ernest