Private Frank Morris (served as Burrows)
29492 2nd Battalion
East Lancashire Regiment
Son of Job and Elizabeth Morris
Died 9th April 1918
Commemorated at Premart British Cemetery
Grave IV. B.23.
Private Harry Morris
48614 1st Battalion Royal Fusiliers
Son of Alfred and Emma Morris
Died 31st July 1917
Aged 19 years
Commemorated at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Panel 6 and 8 [see Harry Morris]
The Rushden Echo, 7th December 1917
Forty Boys from Chelveston are now with the Colours.
The Rushden Argus, 19th March 1920
Chelveston’s Perpetual Tribute to the Fallen
War Memorial erected in the Churchyard
The money was raised by subscriptions, and it stands at the east of the church on a turfed mound. It is of stone, and about seven feet high. The column bears a fitting inscription on one of the faces with the names of the five fallen men on each side. The inscription is:-
Death is swallowed up in victory.
In undying remembrance of the
men of Chelveston who fell in the
Great War1914-1918. R.I.P.