SOUTHERN GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR BOYS PORTSMOUTH 1888-1975
Archibald John Andrews atttended 1900-1902. Died 21/05/16 aged 26. He was the son of Walter Finch Andrews and Alice Andrews . He is remembered on the Arras Memorial
Henry Irving Barrell attended 1902-1906. Died 05/03/19 age unknown. He is buried in Joinville-le-Pont Communal Cemetery
Walter Henry Briggs attended 1906-1908. Died 14/02/1918 age 24. He was the son of James Wright-Briggs and Ellenor Margaret Briggs of Portsmouth. He is buried in Wimereux Communal Cemetery
Alfred Robert Brown attended 1907-1910. Died 31/05/1916 aged 21. He was the son of Alfred Fawcett Brown and eliza Brown of 14 Northern Parade, North End, Portsmouth. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
Leonard Andrew Brown attended 1911-1914. Died 08/10/1918 aged 19. He was the son of Andrew and Jane Brown of 178 Shearer Road, Portsmouth. He is buried in Kingston Cemetery, Portsmouth
George Percy Burren attended 1904-1907. Died 15/06/1916. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial
George Gordon Casey attended 1899-1902. Died 29/11/1914. He is buried in Milton Cemetery
Alfred Henry Goodbarne Chatterton, B.A. attended 1899-1902. He died 21/07/1919. He is buried in Baghdad War Cemetery
Royden James Childs B.Sc.attended 1905-1909. He died 27/07/1916 aged 23. He was the son of Edward and Elizabeth Ellen Childs of 14 Claremont Road, Portsmouth. His B.Sc was awarded at London University He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial.
Clarence Harold Churchill attended 1911-1914. Died 15/12/1917 aged 19. He was the son of William Robert and Edith Churchill of 17 Festing Road, Southsea. He is buried in the White House Cemetery, St. Jean-les-Ypres
Reginald Arthur Clarke attended 1909-1911. Died 18/09/1917 aged unknown. He was the son of Charles William and Sarah Ingram Clarke. Native of Rushden, Northants [NB This is a "probable" only given that there is no other man of this name in the Australian Army with whom he served]
William Arthur Cobby attended 1901-1904. Died 01/11/1914, aged 25. He was the son of the late John Vicary and Mary Jane Cobby of 133 Stubbington Avenue, Portsmouth. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Arthur Henry Coles attended 1907-1910. Died 31/05/1916 aged 21. He was the son of Henry A. and Elizabeth J. Coles of 145 Haslemere Road, Southsea. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Cecil Herbert Mowlam Collingwood attended 1906-1909. Died 13/08/1917 age unknown. He is buried in Hooge Crater Cemetery
William Henry Arthur Cornwell attended 1911-1916. Died 06/04/1918 aged 19. He was the son of James George and Elizabeth Cornwell of 7, Clovelly Road, Portsmouth. He is buried in Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Extension.
Edward Ernest Courtis attended 1904-1907. Died 31/05/1916 age unknown. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
James Frederick Davies attended 1902-1903. Died 17/09/1914 aged 25. He was the son of James and Clara Davies of 50 Carnarvon Road, Copnor, Portsmouth. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Sidney George Day attended 1909-1913. Died 24/11/1918 aged 22. He was the son of William and E. A Day of 51 Gladys Avenue, Portsmouth. He is buried in Les Baraques Military Ceremony, Sangatte.
Frank Edward Dopson attended 1911-1915. Died 13/10/1918. He was the son of George Henry and Elizabeth Clark Dopson of 514 Commercial Road, Portsmouth. He is remembered on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial.
Frederick Harold Essery attended 1899-1902. Died 26/11/1914 aged 27.He was the son of Jospeh and Emily Essery of Portsmouth and the husband of Edith Mary Holwell (formerly Essery) of 8 Kimberley Road, Southsea. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial .
Robert Percy Ewins attended 1903-1904. Died 28/04/1917 age unknown. He is remebered on the Arras memorial
World War 1 Roll of Honour        [A.J.Andrews - J.H.F. Iggleden]
The next two pages [in alphabetic order] show images and brief details of each of the former pupils of the school who gave their lives in the Great War. We are grateful to Tim Backhouse for producing more complete details on his Memorials in Portsmouth website. To view additional information go to www.memorials.inportsmouth.co.uk then the memorial location page; then select option 12 (S. Grammar School for Boys); and then the former pupils Roll of Honour (World War 1). The names are then shown in alphabetic blocks at the bottom of the page. More details can also be found on the Commonweath War Graves Commission website.
Frederick Hamilton Framingham attended 1907-1912.Died 18/01/1918 aged 23. He was the son of Edmund and Selina Framingham. He is buried in Highland Road, Cemetery, Portsmouth
Cecil Henry Gillham attended 1909-1913. Died 06/11/1918 aged 20. He was the son of William Henry and Alice Mary Gillham of 95 Ophir Road, Portsmouth. He is buried in Mauberge-Centre Cemetery
John Sydney Henry Hagan attended 1905-1908. Died 05/06/1916 aged 23. He was the son of James and Frances Hagan of Wood Cottage, Elmfield, Ryde, Isle of White. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Arthur Charles Hall attended 1908-1910. Died 27/11/1918 aged 22. He was the son of Emma Blanche Hall and the late Albert Hall of 42 Finsbury Street, Buckland, Portsmouth. He is buried in the Ramleh War Cemetery.
Henry Cecil Hall attended 1910-1911. Died 04/10/1917 aged 19. He was the son of Emma Blanche Hall of 42 Victoria Road South, Southsea.
Leonard Reginald Heath attended 1901-1902. Died 26/11/1914 aged 26. He was the son of Jospeh Heath of Portsmouth and the late Mrs Heaton and husband of Hilda Caroline Louise Heath of 4 Skakespeare Raod, Portsmouth. He is remembered on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
Edward William Hatcher attended 1899-1901. Died 01/07/1916 age unknown. He was the son of Walter Finch Andrews and Alice A. Andrews. He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial
Herbert Henry Hayes attended 1905-1908. Died 01/10/1918 age unknown. He is buried in the Fins New British Cemetery, Sorel-Le-Grand
James Harry Frederick Iggleden attended 1904-1905. Died 27/06/1918 age unknown. He is remembered on the Basra Memorial
Ed: To have one son killed is a tragedy but Emma Blanche had two - the heartache must have been truly dreadful.

Further biographical details of each of those listed are available on the Memorials in Portsmouth website. We are grateful to Tim Backhouse for producing this on our behalf. To view the details open the website and then the memorial location page; then select option 12 (S. Grammar School for Boys) and then the former pupils Roll of Honour (World War 1). The names are then shown in 3 alphabetic blocks at the bottom of the page.   www.memorialsinportsmouth.co.uk . Much of the information on this page has also been reproduced from that website and we are grateful to Tim Backhouse for his permission.

This page last modified on Sunday, May 28, 2017

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