Please follow the pointer above if you would like to see a biography of all the men on the memorial
The ecclesiastical parish of Old Headington had a total population of 1,353 at the time of the 1911 census, and it lost 30 young men in the First World War. The names below are listed on a wooden triptych inside the church. Please follow the pointer above if you would like to see a biography of them all.
|Thomas H. Allen||
Christ on the Cross, with the
TO THE GLORY OF GOD. IN MEMORY OF
This memorial does not contain many names,
A page has been made for Jesse Louch (not included
The five men who died in the Second World War are listed on the
|John Ashworth||Alec Knight|
|James Batts||Hubert J. W. Langham|
|James J. Blake||Albert Louch|
|Sydney Bullock||John Newell|
|John E. Crawford||Thomas T. Parker|
|(Herbert) Alfred Cull1||Alfred Robinson|
|Harold T. Dennis1||Henry Smith [Harry]|
|Arthur C. Fry||Leonard Smith1|
|Harry O. S. Gibson||Harold B. Taylor1|
|Frank Hathaway1||Arthur Tolley|
|Frederick P. Hazell||George Tolley|
|Francis J. Jeffreys1||William Webb1|
|Bertie Jeffs2||Eric J. Woods|
|Gerald Judge||Alan Young|
- All Saints’ Church also claims Alfred Cull, Harold Dennis, Frank Hathaway, Francis J. Jeffreys,
Leonard Smith, Harold B. Taylor, and William Webb as its own.
- Holy Trinity Church also claims Bertie Jeffs and Tom Kimber as its own.
(An small extra panel has been added below the base listing the five dead of the Second World War)
The parish of St Andrew’s Church is primarily on the north side of the London Road, and in 1914 stretched from the top of Headington Hill to Barton. A small part of the parish, however, lay to the south side of the London Road: this included Stile Road, part of St Leonard’s Road, and the east side of Holyoake Road.