Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

St Lawrence Mickleton

Inscription

Harry Izod

Coldicott

Trooper 8th Anzac

Light Horse

Second son of

Charles & Mary Coldicott

Died as a result of wounds

Received at Messines Ridge

June 7th 1917 aged 30 years

And of

Charles Arkell

Coldicott

Sergt 1st Warwickshire

Yeomanry

Eldest son of

Charles & Mary Coldicott

Died of enteric fever

Contracted at Gallipoli

Sept 19 1915 Aged 30 years

Place of Inscription

St Lawrence Mickleton

Gloucestershire

Who does this memorial relate to?

Forename:

Surname:

Date of Birth:

Place of Birth:

Date of Death:

Place of Death:

Age at death:

Burial place:

Commemoration:

War:

Rank:

Regiment/Unit/Squadron:

Company/
Squadron/Unit:

Other Regiment/Unit/Squadron served:

Citations:

Additional Comments:

Charles Arkell

Coldicott

21st October 1884

Mickleton, Gloucestershire

19th September 1915

Died from enteric fever and pneumonia in 5th General Hospital, Alexandria, Egypt

30

Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt

First World War

Sergeant

1st/1st Battalion Warwickshire Yeomanry

His brother Harry also fell serving with the Australian Light Horse and is also remembered here

Other Records from the same place:

Edgington

First World War

Frank Jonah

Edgington

8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment

Clifton

First World War

Sydney George

Clifton

1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment

Jelfs

First World War

David

Jelfs

26th Battalion Middlesex Regiment

For more records from the same place:

Other Records from the same battalion/unit/squadron:

Beech

First World War

William Garfield

Beech

1st/1st Battalion Warwickshire Yeomanry

Coldicott

First World War

Charles Arkell

Coldicott

1st/1st Battalion Warwickshire Yeomanry

For more records from the same battalion/unit/squadron: