Essex Regiment & Essex Militia History

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Roll of the sons and daughters of members of the Anglican Church clergy who belonged to the Essex Regiment and were killed during World War One

2nd Lt Henry Blythe King Allpass son of the Vicar of Stanway, Essex

Major Archibald Thomas Constable son of the Vicar of High Wood

2nd Lt Robert George Henry Copeman son of the Vicar of Everton

Captain George Pottifer Cox son of Rev George Innocent Cox

Lt Arthur Devas Son of Vicar of Devizes

Captain Charles Vincent Edmunds son of the Vicar of Broomfield

2nd Lt Frank Thackery Howis son of the Vicar of Pleshy

Captain Bruce Swinton Smith Masters MC son of the Vicar of South Banbury

2nd Lt Edward de Quincy Mears son of the Vicar of Little Bardfield

Lt Maurice Austin Murray son of the Vicar of Chignal

2nd Lt John Francis Raikes son of the Vicar of Whichford

Lt Arthur Herbert Raynes son of the Vicar of St Saviour's , Nottingham

Andrew Nathaniel Wadham Spens son of the Archdeacon of Lahore

2nd Lt Noel Loftus Moore Ward son of Rector of Barnston

Lt Henry Blamires Wilcock son of the Rector of Tolleshunt Knights

Captain John Herbert Victor Willmott son of Rector of Rivenhall

Arthur Duncan Woolley son of Alfred Duncan Wooley, Rector of Weston Patrick

 

Source - Roll of the sons and daughters of the Anglican Church clergy throughout the world and of the naval and military chaplains of the same who gave their lives in the Great vwat 1914-1918 by Richard Usher, Vicar of Westbury

Arthur Duncan Wooley details provided by the Weston Park Memorial Site