Gardiner Ernie

Stroud Journal 10/01/1919. Rodborough rugby player. Brother of George. was home at Christmas after munitioning his hardest all over the place.

Gardiner Philip

Gardner F.J

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

.Gardner J.S

Notts & Derby Rgt.

Stroud News 20/4/1917

Pte. J.S Gardner Notts and Derby Rgt, of Rodborough was publicly presented with the military medal which he had gained in the previous June. The presentation took place at the Stroud Police Court, Mr E Winterbotham pinning the medal on Pte. Gardner’s tunic.

Gay Ernest George

Clerk, Rodborough, ex regular soldier

Gay E.J

Sergt-Major. Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

Edward? attended Kingscourt School ( Log books Gloucestershire Archives)

Gay Gilbert

Enlisted 7/5/15 (Stroud News). Attended Kingscourt School (Log books Gloucestershire Archives)

Gorton Allan & Percy

Stroud News 22/9/1915

Percy Gorton son of Mr Charles Gorton of Butterrow has joined the Canadian Forces and is shortly sailing for England. He was formerly assistant to Mr CB Gardner, the well – known hatter of King St Stroud and he was well – known and popular in Stroud.

Stroud News 5/1/1917

Allan Gorton, eldest son of Mr Gorton of Butterrow, in the Scots Guards. Formerly a journalist and he served his articles in Stroud.

Gould H.

Marriages, Stroud News 8/9/16.

4th Sept by license at Holy Trinity Church by Rev EH Hawkins. H Gould  E.R.A of HMS Warspite eldest son of Mr & Mrs F Gould of Rodborough to Rosie youngest dau of Mr & Mrs C Blick of Rodborough

Gleed F.

Graham Frank

Green F.G

Green Harry

Pike House Rodborough. Stroud News 22/1/1915 – given Commission Worcs. Brigade Co. of the A.S.C., son of Rev J.J Green many years vicar of Whiteshill. Was engaged in the Woollen industry.

Greensweig Cyril Daniel

3 Severn View Villas. Promoted to sergeant by 10/21917

Discharged 28/8/1918 no longer fit for war service – morgues cordis (heart disease) mitral regurgitation – due to active service.

Stroud News 11/6/1915, Deaths:

On Sunday June 6th 1915 after a long painful illness Florence Emily the beloved wife of Lance- Corporal Greensweig of Spillmans Rd, Rodborough, now stationed at Chelmsford, Essex with the 2/5th Battalion Gloucestershire Regt aged 45 yrs

Gwynne Evans Frank, J.P.

Over Butterrow, Chair Rodborough Parish Council. Enlisted 1916. Several press articles

Stroud Journal 04/04/1919

…sold by private treaty…Over Butterrow, consequent upon Mr & Mrs Gwynne Evans leaving the neighbourhood.