St Andrew’s Church, Malvern Common

The parish of Poolbrook in 1914 consisted of brick cottages on either side of Poolbrook Road, and larger properties around Peachfield Common. St Andrew’s Church was built in 1882 by Sir Arthur Blomfield, the architect of many Great War cemeteries, in the Early English style. It was built as a memorial to Edward Chance of the Stourbridge glass manufacturing family.

St Andrews Church, Malvern Common

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The Memorial

The Memorial is a simple brass tablet inside the church on the north wall.

St Andrew's War Memorial, Malvern Common

WW1 Memorial

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Capbadge of the Welsh Regiment

William Joseph Coldrick

11093

The Welsh Regiment

KIA France 14/9/1914

Llewellyn Albert Edwards

Llewellyn Albert Edwards

The Royal Warwickshire Regiment

DOW France 21/3/18

Thomas Morris Haffield of Poolbrook

Thomas Morris Haffield

30273

The Worcestershire Regiment

KIA Mesopotamia 25/1/17

Robert Holden of Malvern Common

Robert Edwin Holden

20443

The East Surrey Regiment

KIA France 9/8/17

William Francis Powell

William Francis Powell

91707

Royal Garrison Artillery

KIA Flanders 11/11/1917

William James Rothin

William James Rothin

11016

The South Wales Borderers

KIA Salonika 9/11/17

Badge of the Royal Air Force

Phillip Sellars

Royal Flying Corps

Killed Home 23/3/1917

Cap badge of the Worcestershire Regiment

Robert Gordon Spawton

3494/241089

The Worcestershire Regiment

KIA Flanders 27/8/1917

Capbadge of the Lincolnshire Regiment

Alan Noel Styles

43455

The Lincolnshire Regiment

Died France 25/12/1916

Reginald Edward Thomas

13121

The Worcestershire Regiment,

KIA Gallipoli 28/4/15

Alfred Noel Turner

2751/240618

1/8th Bn, The Worcestershire Regiment

Died Italy 20/1/1918