All Saints Church, wooden screen in memorial chapel.

Greater love hath no man than this.

Roll of Honour.

Herbert Doswell.

Charles Warwick.

John Patrick Waters.


Michael Kirkman Hodgson.

Maurice Kirkman Hodgson.

Sidney Doswell.

Edward Cook.

Gerald Howard Holbrooke.

Herbert Walter Smith.

Leonard Wedge.

Ernest Horne.

Frederick Brown.

Frederick Broad.

Victor Cook.

Albert Edward Hillier.

Lancelot David Hillier.

O grave where is thy victory?


In church marble plaque on wall.

To the glory of God
and in loving memory of
+ Michael Reginald Kirkman Hodgson +
Captain 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers
killed in action near Ypres in Flanders
March 18th 1915 : Aged - 35 -
Also of
+ Maurice Kirkman Hodgson +
Captain 1st Battalion Sherwood Foresters
killed in action near Neuve Chapelle
in France March 12th 1915 : Aged - 34 -
This tablet is dedicated by their parents
Robert Kirkman Hodgson & Norah Hodgson
of Gavelacre.

Their lives they laid down for
King and Country
and their souls they rendered up to

The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away
Blessed be the name of the Lord.

Black brass tablet on wooden panelling around Altar.

To the glory of God
and in loving memory of
their brothers Michael
and Maurice Hodgson
killed in action March 1915.
This panelling is dedicated
by F.K.H. P.K.H.
D.K.H. C.E.N.
November 1916.

Private grave in churchyard.

In loving memory of my dear husband Sgt. Lancelot David Hillier 1/5 East Surrey Regt. Died in military hospital London March 1st 1919 aged 32 after serving on active service 4 years 3 months. Also Albert Edward beloved brother of the above. Died Oct 29th 1915 aged 29 interred at Stratford-Sub-Castle. Thy will be done.