Regiment : 2nd/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment
Service number : 2010
Conflict : WW1
Date of death : 2nd December 1916 aged 19
Buried : Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, France, Grave IV. D. 21.
Relatives : Son of Martha Minnie Monk, Edith Cottage, Morlands Rd., Malvern, Worcestershire
Memorial : Malvern WW1 War Memorial
Also appears on : North Malvern Holy Trinity Church. Malvern Link C of E School now in Malvern Link St Matthias C of E Primary School - first name incorrectly given as Edwin.
Edith Cottage, Morlands Road, Malvern
Charles Russell, head, aged 71
Ann Russell, wife, aged 73
Bertram Blake, grandson, aged 19
John Monk, son-in-law, aged 36
Martha Monk, daughter, aged 33
Edwin Monk, grandson, aged 8
Rowland Monk, grandson, aged 4
Bernard Monk, grandson, aged 2
Ina Monk, granddaughter, aged 8 months
Malvern News, Saturday 20th January 1917:
L/Cpl Rowland Monk, of the Worcestershire Regiment whose home is in Moorlands Road has died of wounds.
Malvern News, Saturday 30th June 1917:
The Revd Ernest Charles at Malvern Link Free Church referred to the following men who have been associated with the church on Sunday (24th June) evening:
Roland Monk – who often worshipped at the Malvern Link Free Church
Thomas Edward Steff – who was married there in December 1916.