A chaplain among the departed

Prayers were requested for men from Reading serving or fallen.

Notes from the Vicar

Intercessions list: 2nd A.M. Clout, R.F.C; 2nd Lieut. A. Herman Turner, R.F.C.; Trooper M.T. Butler, Berks Yeomanry; Private A. Goodger.

Sick and Wounded: Gunner Goulden; Gunner H. Whitbread; Privates G. Wise, H. Standing, C. Beazly.

Departed: Sergt. C. Spencer; Private R. Egginton; Lce-Cpl. J. T. Foulger, R.E.; Privates Hugh Willis, R.A.M.C., E.A. Pearce, T.M.B.; The Rev. E.P. Carter (priest).

Reading St Giles parish magazine, November 1917 (D/P96/28A/32)

Chocolates for gas protection

Aldermaston schoolchildren were unexpectedly rewarded with sweet treats for helping out the local regiment.

18th October 1915
Major Egginton (3/4 Royal Berks) called to than Miss Adams and the girls for their kindness in sewing on the anti-gas pockets for the regiment, and to show their appreciation, a large box of chocolates was presented to the children.

Aldermaston School log book (88/SCH/3/3, p. 43)