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Stone cross with hexagonal base and wings on circular base in St Mary the Virgin Church.
In Hoc Signo
Glory of god
of Bramshott Men
who gave their lives
in the Great Wars
1914 - 1919
1939 - 1945
Hand written scroll in glazed frame on window ledge in St Mary the Virgin Church.
Men of the Parish of
who gave their lives in the
Great War 1914-1918
They loved not their
lives unto death
Marble plaque on wall in St Mary the Virgin Church.
To the dear memory of
Lieutenant 10th Royal Hussars
who died at Duisans causality clearing station April 22nd 1917
of wounds recieved in the cavalry charge near Monchy Le
Preux Arras on April 11th buried in Duisans Military Cemetery
he recieved the 1914 star and bar
Born May 24th 1880 he was the younger and surviving child of
James and Fanny Louisa Mowatt of Kingswood Firs
while yet an undergraduate at Gonville and Caius College Cambridge
he volunteered for the South African War and as Lieutenant
Imperial Yeomanry saw much service and was twice wounded.
He recieved the Queen's Medal 3 clasps the King's Medal 2 clasps
and retired with the rank of Hon. Lieutenantin the army etc. etc.
Returning to Cambridge he graduated B.A. with Science Honours 1904 M.A. 1907.
A Joyous Spirit, - Brave, Loyal, True.