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Haggett A.

Serving 2nd Glos Rgt 1914-15 (Stroud and The Great War, published by Stroud News 1920)

Haines A.E

Haines Thomas

The Butts. Discharged unfit 1917

Haines William Herbert

Sergeant. Son of the late bandsman WT Harris, 27th Inniskillings and Mrs Haines, Bath Rd, Stroud, married Emily Kate Crosby of Horns Rd, Stroud on Dec 27th 1915 at Holy Trinity church. (Stroud News 31/12/1915)

Hall Charles

Stroud Journal 17/1/1919

Another successful one who has well-earned his discharge, is Charles Hall of Dudbridge, who in previous times worked at the ironworks there. He has done 3 years of trench service of the real bitter sort with the South Wales Borderers, then contracting a bad dose of flu, subsided into hospital from whence he received his ticket.

Hall H.J

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

Harris A.E.

Serving 5th Glos Rgt 1914-15 (Stroud and The Great War, published by Stroud News 1920)

(A.E Harris listed as served in R.A.M.C. on Holloways Bros. War Memorial)

Harris A.H.

Harris Archibald Percy

Harris H.J

Serving 5th Glos Rgt. 1914-15 (Stroud and The Great War, published by Stroud News 1920)

Harris Harold

Stroud Journal 10/01/1919

Another prisoner of war home is Harold Harris of Bath Rd, known affectionately by his confreres as Dony. He was one of the finest soccer players that ever turned out for the Rodborough Old Boys one of the Craft School boys one of the smartest, cleverest playersNow unfortunately, he has lost a leg, which was poisoned by German shrapnel and taken off by them. In spite of this his heart is with the rolling leather sphere and we confidently expect to see him following the national game one way or other.

Hathaway Norman T.

Hatton Frederick Herbert

Frederick Herbert Hatton, of The Butts, married Dorothy May Summers, also of The Butts in August 1920

Haynes W.W

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

 Hawkins E.

Serving 5th Glos Rgt. 1914-15 (Stroud and The Great War, published by Stroud News 1920)

 Hawkins Frederick Arthur

 Hawkins J.P

Heaven Tom

Born 1896, joined the Royal Navy in 1916 and served at training and shore establishments (HMS Vivid and HMS Sandhurst) until demobilised in 1919.

Tom Heaven taken in 1917. Later Tom lived at Rock View Cottage, The Butts and he was there until the mid 1980s.

Stroud Journal 24/01/1917

Engine Room Artificer Heaven, son of Mr Heaven tailor of Bath Rd, who was on a few days leave. Fine build chappie of close on 6 ft, yet quite a youngster. Looks quite knobby in naval outfit too. Is anxious to get back to somewhere around Owens Ferry to get his ticket. He joined while an apprentice with Messrs. Whitfields Engineers of Cainscross.

Heaven Ward (known as Peter)

Born 1899. Served in the 1st Battalion Devon Regiment and on demobilisation in November 1919 was placed on the Z Reserve list. Brother of Tom and of Percy Heaven who is listed on Rodborough’s war memorial.

Peter Ward Heaven c1917

Hathaway Harry

Hathaway Norman T.

Hatton Frederick Herbert

Hawkins E.

Serving 5th Glos Rgt 1914-15 (Stroud and The Great War, published by Stroud News 1920)

Hawkins Frederick Arthur

Hawkins J.P

Haynes W.W

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

Herbert Harry Vincent

Hick R.

Serving 3rd Glos Rgt 1914-15 (Stroud and The Great War, published by Stroud News 1920)

Hill E.W

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

Hill Fred

Hill Wally

Hillier Sidney Arthur

Hitchens A.

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

Hodges E.

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

Hodges G.

Hodges M.C.H

Hogan William

Hogan W.

Listed as serving Stroud News 1915

Holbrow Lewis Daniel

Holder Charles William

Holder Henry James

Holland E.C

Serving 1914-15 (Stroud and The Great War, published by Stroud News 1920)

Hopkins Albert Maitland

Kingscourt. Moved to Uplands. ‘Under standard chest measurement’

Horton C.

Hounded Edward Sam

Hunt William W.

Hunt

Stroud Journal 25/02/1917

Lieut. Hunt of Rodborough Avenue, and late of Messrs. Dudbridge & Sons was home, not yet demobilised, as his technical services are too valuable at the present time to allow him to be released early on.

Huxford J.H