Frampton Cotterell - St. Peter’s Church
This memorial was erected by public subscription in 1922. It is in the form of a 14ft high Celtic cross of Portland stone. The plinth is inscribed with the names of 21 servicemen killed during the Fist World War and two servicemen who died during World War Two. In 2005 the parish council refurbished this memorial and inserted a new panel of Portland stone with names of the First World War fallen inscribed afresh.
By kind permission, this information is based on the following source(s): Yate Heritage Centre Oral History Project resources: Research by Sheila Jabs, a volunteer at Yate Heritage Centre.
|Abra George||1899||08/11/1918||Gloucestershire Regiment|
|Bracey Frederick||1883||Army Service Corps|
|Bressington Percy Frederick||06/01/1919||21/05/1941||Royal Navy|
|Drew Francis (Frank)||1895||01/10/1918||Grenadier Guards|
|Eacott Ronald James||1895||01/10/1917||Leicestershire Regiment|
|Ebsworth Percy||1898||23/04/1917||Somerset Light Infantry|
|Gifford George||1895||14/08/1917||Wiltshire Regiment|
|Hale Henry Hillier||1894||1977||Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve|
|Hobbs Albert||25/06/1896||16/08/1917||Gloucestershire Regiment|
|Holder Leonard George||1896||13/06/1916||Somerset Light Infantry|
St. Peter's Church
Frampton Cotterell BS36 2AB