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WEYMOUTH - WEYMOUTH COLLEGE

Wooden panneling, originally in College Chapel but when the college closed in 1939 it was later transfered into St Aldhelms Church - athough moved a couple of times.


2016


1969

C.C. Anthony
A.R. Ball
L.A. Bartlett
J.U.C. Batten
D.C. Beck
P.W. Boston
F.B.D. Broadrick
L.G. Broome
H.L. Budge
P.P. Budge
G.W. Burton
R.A.M. chambers
R.K.G.F. Chapman
R.M. Comyn
A.V. Cree
E.C.D. Crigan
J.S. Dobbie
W.H. Dobbie
C.A. Dore
C.W. Eales
R.F. Edwards
D.H. Brown
E.K. Fletcher
A.R. Carter

Capt.R.Fus.
Lieut.Dorset.R.
Capt.R.E.
Lieut.Dorset.R.
Lieut.R.F.A.attd R.F.C
Lance Cpl.Aus.L.H.
Major R.F.A.
Lieut.R.Scots
Lieut.Col.R.Scots
Major & Bt.Lt.Col.R.A.
Major Indian Army
Lieut.Hants R.attd R.E.
Midshipman R.N.
Pte.Scottish Rifles
Lieut.R.W.Fus.
Driver B.R.C.S.
Capt.Gordons
Lieut.R.Berks.
M.T. R.A.S.C.
Lieut.DevonR.attd R.E.
Lieut.Queens.R.
N.C.O.CanadianR
Lt.Col.R.M.L.I.
N.C.O.B.E.A.E.F.

J.S. Eldred
B. Evans
C.A. Forward
A. Foster
M.A. Girdlestone
W.E. Green
W.J. Grogan
A.M. Hallett
H.K.deW. Harvey D.C.M.
R.deW. Harvey
S. Harvey
W.T. Holland
F.H. Hoskyn
N.D.R. Hunter M.C.
(This name removed)
T. Kellaway
R.H. Kendle
W.L. Kennedy
C.B.P. Kiddell
E.C.A. Learmonth
C.V. Lindsley
W.B. Mansel
H.C. Jones
J.G.L. Wharton

Lieut.Leinster.R.
Lieut.R.Fus.
Lieut.Bedford.R.
Lieut.R.F.A.
Capt.Indian Army
Capt.Dorset.R.
Rear Admiral.R.N.
Capt.R.F.A.
Pte.Aus.L.H.
Lieut.Dorset.R.
Pte.Devon.R.
Major.R.Lan.Fus.
Lieut.Indian Army
Capt.R.E.
(This rank/unit removed)
Corpl.6th Cyclist Brig
Major.Suffolk.R.
Lieut.R.Sussex.R.
Lieut.R.Irish Fus.
Lieut.W.York R.
Lieut.R.W.Fus.
Capt.Lan.Fus.
Lt.Canadian R

E.C. Liptrott
B.A. Long
E.H. Lyddon
R.A. McCall
K.V. McKean
A.R. Mace
C.P. Mansel
W.F.G. March
D.R. Milner
A.T. Nichol
R.J.A. Palmer
W.B. Pepper
H.H. Perham
E.A. Pope. D.S.O
E. Privett
J.R.le G. Pullen
J.R.R. Rosier
A.T. Svhofield
E.C. Seaman. C.B.C.M.C.
R.C. Shield
R.C. Ship
W.H. Helyar
H.T. Pridham

Lieut.Indian Army
Capt.R.Lan.R.
Capt.Bedford.R.
Lieut.Cheshire.R.
Lieu.C.of Lon.Yeo.
Capt.R.A.S.C.
Lieut.Com.R.N.
Lieut.R.F.C.
Chaplain.R.N.
Lieut.North'd.Fus.
Lieut.Wilts.R.
Capt.R.G.A.
Pte.R.Fus.
Lieut.Col.Welsh.R.
Pte.Queens.R.W.S.
Cadet.R.N.
Lieut.R.F.A.
Capt.attdR.W.Kent.R.
Lieut.Col.R.E.
Pte.N.Z.Force.
Lieut.R.A.S.C.
Col.Som.L.I.
Gunner R.A.

E.W. Simmons
H. Smithers
R.A.N. Smyth M.C.
S.C. Stephens
A. Symonds
H.R. Thomas
O.R. Thomas
J.E. Tizard
F.W.L.B. Townsend
W.E. Venour
J.H.L. Walcot
W.E. Waud
C.L. Wilson D.C.M.
H.H. Wilson
H.H. Wilson
W.S.J. Wilson
E.J. Wingfield-
sStratford
W.F. Woolf
C.A.L. Yate V.C.
F. Ritson
A.J.E. Hawks
D.P. Shaw D.S.O
J.S. Sill

Capt.Hants.R.
Major R.G.A.
Capt.R.G.A.
Pte.R.Fus.
Lieut.R.Fus.
Major Suffolk R.
Lieut.R.E.
Paymaster R.N.
L.Cpl.Canadian Inf.
Lieut.Col.Indian Army
Lieut.Indian Army
Lieut.North'd.Fus.
Lieut.Liverpool.R.
Major Lan.Fus.
Lieut.R.F.C.
Bomb.R.A.

Sub.Lieut.R.N.
Lieut.Shrop.L.I.
Major York.L.I.
Capt.Dorset.R.
Lieut.R.F.A.
Major.Dorset R
Capt.E.Kent R

Window originally in Weymouth College but when the college closed in 1939 it was later transfered into St Aldhelms Church.


Botton of left pane



Botton of right pane

(Bottom of left pane) Thou therfore endure hardness as a good soldier of Jesus Christ II Tim.11v.3 To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Walter Louis Kennedy 2nd Lieut Royal Sussex Regiment born at Calcutta 25th November 1897 Killed in action at St Pierre Divian France on 3rd September 1916 "Come over.......and help us."

(Bottom of right pane) But he being full of the Holy Chost looked up stedfastly into heaven & saw the Glory of God In ever loving memory of 2nd Lieut. Charles Arthur Forward Bedfordshire Regt. who fell in action in France 25th September 1915 Aged 19 years 9 months "Not some poor remnant of the mortal span, A few pale years with toil or grief outworn, But cloudless youth, gifts of spring and morn, He brought in sacrifice to God and man."

Window originally in Weymouth College but when the college closed in 1939 it was later transfered into St Aldhelms Church.


Botton of left pane



Botton of right pane

(Bottom of left pane) And they went out both of them into the field. I Samuel 20.11 In loving memory of 2nd Lieut. Louis George Broome 2nd Royal Scotswho died of wounds in France 5th June 1915 Aged 17 years Ah! not for idle hatred, not For honour, fame, nor self applause, But for the glory of the cause, You did, what will not be forgot.

(Bottom of right pane) There is za friend that sticketh closer than a brother. Proverbs 18.24 In ever loving memory of Reginald John Allen Palmer Lieutenant 1st Wiltshire Regiment born 9 March 1896 died at Amiens of wounds received in the Battle of the Somme 22 July 1916

Brass plaque now on table in St Aldhelms Church, originally on wall in the college?

In loving memory of Alec Radford Ball Lieut. 3rd Dorsetshire Regiment - died of wounds in France on Aug.17th 1917 - aged 20 years 11 months. !As many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God."

Wooden cross on table in St Aldhelms Church, inscription at bottom of rests.

(Left inscription)
1914-18 * 1939-45
In remembrance

Right inscription)
The gift of their
school chaplain 1912-39