THE Highworth Historical Society is looking for relatives of First World War soldiers to help complete its archives.

The society has collected details about most of the men from Highworth who were killed during WW1.

Now, they are also trying to find photos for each of these brave Highworthians.

They would also like to know more about a Mr F Humphrey, who is the only man they have not been able to trace.

If anyone recognises these names, has any details about Mr F Humphrey or has photos they could submit, please contact the society's archivist on

The names are as follows: Charles Ackling, Abner P Kitching, Henry Alexander, George B S Marsh, Reginald Frank Archer, Willam Henry Martin, Frederick Avery Ball, Henry George Mills, Charles William Banbury, Ernest George Moulden, Richard Mark Batts William John Moulden, Alfred Charles Brind, Frederick Nutley, Douglas C Brown Thomas RamsdonEric F Brown John Robinson, Gerald D Brown, Albert William Sherman. Kenneth E Brown, Albert Smith (son of James Smith)

And finally: Ernest G Chivers Reginald Charles Springfield, Isaac Cox. Hubert Stapleton, Edwin William Ferris, Henry James Titchener, Frederick Thomas Gerring, Frederick Warren, George Herbert Gibbens, Charles Edward Wheatley, Charles Hill, Thomas Williams, Graham Louis Humphrey, Harry Wilmott, Thomas Jackson, Reginald Yeates, and Thomas William Kight.