Farndon War Memorial Project


St.Chad's, Farndon Parish Church

St.Chad's, Farndon Parish Church

War Graves - Soldiers Interred in St.Chad's Churchyard

Full list of records of all those buried in St. Chad's Churchyard, Farndon,
and registered with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission

Name Rank Service Number Date of Death Age Regiment / Service Service Country Grave /
Memorial Reference
Cemetery / Memorial Name
EASTER, J Sergeant 41534 22/09/1920 36 Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) United Kingdom In middle of the extension. FARNDON (ST. CHADS) CHURCHYARD
HARRISON, T.J. Private 192023 28/12/1919 39 Labour Corps United Kingdom In middle of the extension. FARNDON (ST. CHADS) CHURCHYARD

The two war graves in St.Chad's Churchyard - Sergeant Joseph Easter (left) and Private Thomas Harrison (right).

(Both biographies have been written up and appear in Village at War by Mike Royden (see Home Page).


There area also a number of headstones in St. Chads that record family memorials to relatives
lost in the conflict but are buried elsewhere (usually Belgium or France)

(Photographs and CWGC weblinks in preparation and to be uploaded shortly)

Private John Gauterin

31518 2nd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment
Died 21 Oct 1916 Aged 23


Sapper Lewis Martyn

446894 64th Field Company Royal Engineers
Died 26 May 1918 Aged 33


Private James Harold Stones

230579 10th Battalion, King's Shropshire Light Infantry
Survived the First World War, died January 1949


Private Joseph James Stretton

51640 17th Battalion The King's Liverpool Regiment
Died 26 April 1917 Aged 21


Private Charles Norman Williamson

31547 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment
Died 21 October 1916 Aged 21




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