Roll of Honour
Mint, Exeter stands out from the other chapels in having a large proportion of officers among the fallen, and in having recorded a female casualty.
2nd Lieut. A.H. Bradbeer 3rd Bn. Manchester Regt. died 21 October 1916 aged 20
Pte. H.R. Burns no further information can reliably be attributed.
Lance-Cpl. J.E. Camble, 8th Bn. Cheshire Regt. died 17 February 1917 aged 25
Pte. G.H Culverwell 1/4th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 10 June 1916 aged 21
Pte. P.F. Ham 1/4th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 13 April 1918
Lance-Cpl. E.J. Hunt 1/4th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 3 February 1917
2nd. Lieut. Ronald R.W. Taylor Royal Naval Air Service died 9 May 1918 aged 18
E. Johnson no further information can reliably be attributed.
Signalman E. Matthews HMS Hazel died 3 December 1918 aged 21
Pte. S.E. Milton Royal Field Artillery died 7 November 1917, aged 20 and is buried in Jerusalem
Sergt. R. Northam 8th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 25 September 1915 aged 26
2nd Lieut. R. C. Pinniger 26th Punjabi Regt. died 20 January 1920 aged 25
2nd Lieut. W. J. Pinniger Royal Field Artillery died 4 October 1917 aged 20
[These two men were brothers]
W.J. Peters may have been Lieut. William John Peters M.C. of the 1st Bn. Devonshire Regt. who died 23 April 1917
Edith F. Rowe Civilian worker Y.M.C.A. died 29 October 1916 aged 43
2nd Lieut. Tom Rowe 5th Bn. King’s (Liverpool) Regt. died 23 May 1916 aged 20
Pte. J. Salter 1/4th Bn. Devonshire Regt. died 25 July 1916
Pte. T.G. Westacott 2/22nd Bn., London Regt. died 31 October 1917 aged 27
Pte. F. Wright 6th Bn. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry died 28 April 1918, aged 42
Additional source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission