Brass plaque on wooden backing on wall in St Thomas a Beckett Church. (WW2 memorial underneath)

To the
Glory of God
in grateful memory of those from this parish
who laid down their lives in the Great War 1914-18.

Engr. Comdr. C. Main.
Lieut. E. Wilder. R.N.R.
Gunner J. Fitzwilliams.
P.O., E C Matthews.
Stoker E M. Matthews.
Stoker R. Trickett.
2nd Lieut. F. Wilder. R.H.A.
Driver S.R. Balchin. R.F.A.
Corpl. C.E. Leach. R.G.A.

Lieut. R. Lloyd Davies. R.E.
L.Cpl. F. Mengham. R.E.
L.Cpl. A.O. Inglett. Lincolnshire Regt.
Pte. W. Whitbread. Grenadier Guards
Pte. C.G. Privett.Devonshire Regt.
Pre. W. Jacks. Inniskillin Fusiliers.
C.S.M., W.T. Smith, M.M. Hants Regt.
L.Cpl. A. Lewis. .. ..
L.Cpl. J.M. Lewis. .. ..
Pte. W.H. Edmonds. Wilts Regt.

L.Cpl. F.E. Stapeley. Hants Regt.
Pte. J.C. Battell. .. ..
.. C. Hoar. .. ..
.. C.G. Holcomb. .. ..
.. R. James. .. ..
Cpl. W. Parham. Royal Berks Regt.
Pte. A.J. Clark. Kings shropshire L.I.
Corp. H.J. Poate. A.S.C.
Col.Sergt. L.G.E. Cole. R.M.L.I.

"Greater love hath no man than this."

Brass plaque on marble backing on wall in St Thomas a Beckett Church.

In Loving Memory of
Edward Wilder, Lieut. R.N.R.,
who died in the dervice of his country
April 23rd 1915, Aged 28.
Also of his brother
Frank, 2nd Lieut. Q. Battery, R.H.A.,
who was killed in action at "Arras",
March 31st 1916, Aged 35.
"Not gone from Memory or from Love, But gone to their Saviour's home above."