Stone cross in Holy Cross Churchyard, inscription on faces of octagonal base plinth.

Panels 4 & 8 have the names on but both have an extra panel underneath with two names on.

(panel 1)

+"By thy

+ In loving
and with all

(panel 2)

cross and passion
deliver us."
remembrance with
honour before God

(panel 3)

good Lord

and man. +

(panel 4)

Albert Andrews
Harry Arnold
James Arnold
Arthur Brooks
Arthur Cannons
Frank Cannons
Archibald Chappell
Oliver James Grice Cooper
Albert Croucher
Geroge Seymour Figg
Robert Fullick

Frederick Collins
George Cook

(panel 5)

Who died
their King

Also Ernest George
Make them to be

(panel 6)

gloriously in the
and Country between
1914 and 1918.
Cox, who died from gas
numbered with thy
everlasting. +

(panel 7)

service of
the years

poisoning in 1921.
saints in glory

(panel 8)

John Wallace Hounsham
Edward Kennedy
James Newman
William Wickham Ogilvy
Henry George Osman
Moses Othen
George Trigwell
William Usher
William Vass
Albert White
Harry White
Reginald William Willis

John George Parfitt
Herbert Knight

Stone tablet on wall of pillar in Holy Cross Church.

In memory of
William Wickham Ogilvy
20th Hussars
Who died of Wounds Received nr Jussy
in France while Commanding the
Dismounted Detachment of his Regiment
On March 23rd 1918 Aged 22
Only Son of The Late
W L K Ogilvy CB Col 60th Rifles &
Lucy Ogilvy & Grandson of The Late
William Wickham Esqre DL MP
and Sophia Emma Wickham
of Binsted Wyke in this Parish
Beloved By All Most Deeply Mourned
We Count Him Happy Who Endured

Original grave cross on wall in Holy Cross Church, with 3 aluminium strips.

G. 5. U.

Lieut. W. Ogilvy