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9.3.85

AVINGTON

Stone cross on roadside.

Men of Avington who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-19. In ever lasting remembrance.

Cecil Wm. Shelley. Lieut. 2nd Bn. Scots Guards. Killed in action Oct. 17th 1915.

Fredk. Chas. Keele. M.M. Sergt. 5th City of London R.B. Died of wounds France June 21st 1917.

Edward G. Hall. Pte. 1st Bn. Hants.Regt. Killed in France April 26th 1916.

Frances E. Halt. Bombadier R.F.A.

Percy Gray. Trooper 1st Northumberland Hussars. Died of wounds France Aug 30th 1918.

Sidney H. Hall. Pte. 8th Royal Berks.Regt. Died a prisoner of war Oct. 6th 1919.



Person listed on tomb to the Shelly family in the graveyard across road from church.

1915. Oct. 17. Cecil William Charles Shelley Bt. Aged 42.


Commonwealth war grave in the graveyard across road from church.

502171 Private

H. Dean.

Labour Corps

22nd November 1918