Remembering Stawell (Billy) Garnett and Lionel Burgess - St Michael's WW1 Roll of Honour


During the 9.30am and 11.00am Holy Communion Services on Sunday 15th July 2018, we shall remember another of the 33 men listed on the carved memorial in St Michael’s Church, Elmwood Road.

Stawell William Wade (Billy) Garnett, 38th Battalion Australian Infantry, died on 20th July 1918 in MiIdura, Australia to where he had been repatriated after being gassed in France. See www.stmichaels-elmwoodroad.org/heroes-of-chiswick-stawell-william-wade-garnett/ for more information on Billy.

Almost two months ago we also remembered Lionel Frank Burgess, 7th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, killed in action 26th May 2018 and buried in Mensil Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France. See www.stmichaels-elmwoodroad.org/heroes-of-chiswick-lionel-frank-burgess/ for more information on Lionel.

More can be read about the men on the Roll of Honour memorial inside St Michael's Church in the Heroes of Chiswick booklet ‘Commemorating St Michael’s Church’s WW1 Soldiers’ with their stories of those who lost their lives in 1918 being told on pages 13 to 14 and 15. Please use the contact us page to ask for one of the booklets which we will post to you.

Remembering Thomas William Dodridge and William Frederick Rowson - St Michael's WW1 Roll of Honour

During the 9.30am and 11.00am Holy Communion Services at St Michael's Church and the Communion Service at St Michael's Retreat at Wychcroft near Redhill, Surrey on Sunday 22nd April 2018, we shall specifically remember another two of the 33 men listed on the carved memorial in St Michael’s Church, Elmwood Road.

Thomas William Dodridge, 3rd Battalion Coldstream Guards, missing after action on 13th April 1918 around Hazebrouk and commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Belgium. He is also commemorated on a memorial in the Lady Chapel at St Michael’s where his father was the People’s Church Warden from 1921 until 1925 when the family moved to Suffolk. See http://www.stmichaels-elmwoodroad.org/heroes-of-chiswick-thomas-william-dodridge/ for more infromation about Thomas.

L/Cpl William Frederick Rowson, 6th Battalion South Wales Borderers, died of wounds on 16th April 1918 in the Military Hospital at Etaples and is interred at the Military Cemetery, Etaples, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France. See http://www.stmichaels-elmwoodroad.org/heroes-of-chiswick-william-frederick-rowson/ for more about William.

More can be read about the men on the Roll of Honour memorial inside St Michael's Church in the Heroes of Chiswick booklet ‘Commemorating St Michael’s Church’s WW1 Soldiers’ with their stories of those who lost their lives in 1918 being told on pages 13 to 14 and 15. Please use the contact us page to ask for one of the booklets which we will post to you.

Remembering John Polmeor Trevorrow - St Michael's WW1 Roll of Honour

During the 9.30am and 11.00am Holy Communion Services on Sunday 18th September 2017, we shall specifically remember another of the 33 men listed on the carved memorial in St Michael’s Church, Elmwood Road.



John Polmeor Trevorrow, 15th Battalion Manchester Regiment was killed in action one hundred years ago this coming week on 21st March 1918. He commemorated in our Church and on the Pozieres Memorial, France. He is also commemorated on the war memorial at St Ives, Cornwall, the parish where he was born. See http://www.stmichaels-elmwoodroad.org/heroes-of-chiswick-john-polmeor-trevorrow/ for more infromation on John



More can be read about the men on the Roll of Honour memorial inside St Michael's Church in the Heroes of Chiswick booklet ‘Commemorating St Michael’s Church’s WW1 Soldiers’ with their stories of those who lost their lives in 1918 being told on pages 13 to 14 and 15. Please use the contact us page to ask for one of the booklets which we will post to you.