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Stone monument on road junction to church in village centre.
Front face of top plinth.
"Is it nothing to you, all ye that pass by."
Private Alfred William Neish. 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment.
Reported missing August 10th 1915 at Chunuk Bay, Gallipoli. Aged 21.
Private Reginald Eli James Clark. 5th Battalion, Dorset Regiment.
Reported missing August 21st 1915 at Sulva Bay, Gallipoli. Aged 26.
Captain Harold Browne. 1/1st Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry.
Killed by a shell, September 7th 1915 whilst discharging his duties as Military
Landing Officer on "A" Beach, Sulva Bay, Gallipoli. Aged 30.
Sapper Robert Ashby. Royal Engineers.
Died from the effects of German Gas poisoning. December 21st 1915, at
Becourt, Somme, France. Aged 36.
Private William Henry Fisher. 5th Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment.
Died from fever in Mesopotamia, August 9th 1916. Aged 22.
Stoker II Class Maurice Harry Green. R.N., H.M.S. Diadem.
Died from pneumonis, January 16th 1917, in the Royal Naval Hospital,
Haslar. Aged 19.
Private Frederick James Roberts. 20th Canadian Battalion.
Killed August 17th 1917, near Lens, France. Aged 26.
Private Frank Crabb. 6th Battalion, Dorset Regiment.
Killed in action November 19th 1917, at Langemark, Belgium. Aged 22.
On fron of next plinth down.
Is it nothing to you, all ye that pass by.
Right side face of top plinth.
Private George Stockley. 2/4th Dorset Regiment.
Wounded in Palestine 9th april 1918. Died at Massaid, Egypt. May 14th 1918. Aged 34.
Trooper Sidney Charles Wareham. 1/1 Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry.
Died in Palestine on June 9th 1918, from wounds. Aged 40.
Gunner Asker Edgar Hubbard. 1086 Battery, 215th Brigade, R.F.A.
Died July 20th 1918, at Station Hospital. Landour, India. Aged 22.
Corporal John Roberts. Royal Munster Fusiliers.
Died Ocrober 20th 1918, in Italy from pneumonia. Aged 24.
Private Fred Bridle. 1st Battalion, Wiltshire Regiment.
Died from sounds October 24th 1918, in Inchy Hospiral, France. Aged 19.
Sergeant Sydney Samuel Hubbard. A.S.C., M.T.
Died in France from pneumonia, November 20th 1918. Aged 27.
Minnie Monro. Red Cross Nurse. V.A.D.
Commenced duties at Military Hospital, Birmingham September 1915.
Died from Septic Poisoning. July 30th 1917. Aged 32.
Annie Neish. Red Cross Nurse. V.A.D.
Commenced duties ar Reading War Hospital January 1916. Died from
Pneumonia. October 18th 1918. Aged 32.
Left side face of top plinth.
Private Raymond William Brown. 5th Battalion, Dorset Regiment.
Killed September 26th 1916, at the Battle of the Somme, France. Aged 18.
Private Harry Frank Tuffin. 5th Battalion, Dorset Regiment.
Killed September 26th 1918, at the Battle of the Somme, France. Aged 21.
Private Percy Charles Domoney. 8th Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry.
Killed April 11th 1917, at Arras, France. Aged 24.
Cadet Charles James Trowbridge. Innes of Court O.T.C.
Died at Berkhampsted, March 26th 1918. Aged 18.
Cadet W.G. Barter. Attsached to R.A.F.
Died at Hampstead Military Hospital, October 16th 1918. Aged 23.
Mosaic plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.
In loving memory of Norman Charles
Henry MacDonald Moreton
Only son of Lieut.Col. MacDonald Moreton late
Coldstream Guards of Hill Grove & Anna his wife
Born 18 July 1888 killed in action 13 Octbr. 1915
Buried at Cappy in France He served in India &
during the European War 1914-15 as Lieut. in the 3rd
Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps appointed
Temp. Capt. for services in the field mentioned in
Despatches & awarded the Military Cross for
Gallantry during the 2nd Battle of Ypres
"He tried to do his Duty."
This tablet is placed by Muriel Ismay
in memory of her brother
Stone plaque on left side wall by altar in St Mary's Church.
In proud and grateful memory of those from this parish
who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918.
This altar and reredos are given to the greater Glory of God
Brass plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.
In proud and loving memory of
Harold Vernon Browne
Captain Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry
who gave his life for his country Sept 7th
1915. Aged 30. He was killed whilst discharging
his duties as Military Landing Officer at
Sulva Bay Gallipoli, and is buried there.
Younger son of Leonard and Helen Browne
of Hoburne, Hants. He had served in the
yeomanry, in C. Squadron since 1908,
and was living at Preston House when
the Great War was declared
Still the memories held aloft as lamps
for hopes young fire to fill
shine and while the light of England lives
shall shine for England still.
This memorial is placed by his wife.