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St Peter's Church
White marble plaque on wall in church.
Glory of God
and in honoured memory
of the MEN of BRAMSHAW
and other's connected with the parish church
who laid down their lives for their Country
in the GREAT WAR
St Peters church, marble tablet on wall in church.
As having nothing
To the glory of God
and in dear memory of
George Holbrook Eric Vidler
Lieutenant the Wiltshire Regiment
eldest son of George Paxton and Elsie Mary Vidler
of this parish
Killed in action in the battle of the Somme in his twentieth year.
Educated at Fritham House and Oakham Schools he entered Sandhurst
in the second month of the Great War and was gazetted Second Lieutenant
in the Wiltshire Regiment in April 1915, he fell leading his men in
a victorious attack upon the enemy's line on July 9th 1916.
"A brave man and a very fine officer" (His Colonels tribute)
Qui procul hinc
Commonwealth War Grave in churchyard.
Private War Grave in churchyard.
In loving memory of