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BROCKENHURST

St Nicholas' Church

In church porch wooden board on wall.
(Nothing in St Saviour's Church)

Center panel

FOR GOD, KING & COUNTRY.

GREATER

NO MAN

THE MEN OF

WHO FELL IN

WORLD

1914 - 18

Roll of

LOVE HATH

THAN THIS

BROCKENHURST

THE TWO

WARS

1939 - 45

Honour

THE HEROIC DEAD.


Side panels.

(Left side panel) (Right Side panel)

1914 - 1918 1914 - 1918

Bowden-Smith Victor J. Kitcher Thomas

Burton Harold B. Lancaster John H.

Burton Frederick Large Harold E.

Burton Fred Large Herbert E.

Chandler Selim Large Phillip M.

Christopher George T.A. Lucas Thomas F.

Christopher Charles R. Moore Thomas

Clark George H. Murch Albert E.

Cleveland William Patterson Christian B.

Field Ernest H.H. Payne Sidney

Gates John F. Payne Bertram C.

Groome Robert E.C. Pope Herbert

Harrison William A. Pope Percy J.

Harrison William Povey William H.

Hayter Alfred T. Salmon Lionel J.

Hibbs John Sibley Frederick J.

Hinves Alan Smith Leonard

Hinves Harold Stride William

House Leonard B. Tillyer Richard B.B.

House Moses Tregunna Jesse

Humphreys David A. Tucker Charles H.

Hunt Henry J. Waterman Harry

James William Waterman William

Jerrim Thomas J. Wells William C.

Johnson Frederick White George W.

King Albert T. White William H.

Village memorial on green by roadside.

(According to a guide book the memorial in the porch of St Nicholas was originally in a shrine on the site of this memorial)

1985 2005

Above plaque in the stone.

To our
glorious
dead.

On bronze plaque.

In ever grateful memory
of
the men of Brockenhurst
who gave their lives
for their country during
the Great War
1914 - 1918.

_______________

Bowden-Smith, V.J. Kitcher, Thomas

Burton, Harold B. Lancaster, J.H.

Burton, Frederick Large, Harold E.

Burton, Fred Large, Herbert E.

Chandler, Selim Large, Philip M.

Christopher, G.T.A. Lucas, Thomas F.

Christopher, C.R. Moore, Thomas

Clarke, George H. Murch, Albert E.

Cleveland, Wm.H. Patterson, C.B.

Field, Ernest H.H. Payne, Sidney

Gates, John F. Payne, Bertram C.

Groome, R.E.C. Pope, Herbert

Harrison, W.A. Pope, Percy J.

Harrison, W. Povey, William H.

Hayter, Alfred T. Salmon, Lionel J.

Hibbs, John Sibley, Fredk.J.

Hinves, Alan Smith, Leonard E.

Hinves, Harold Stride, William

House, Leonard B. Tillyer, Rd.B.B.

House, Moses Tregunna, Jesse

Humphreys, D.A. Tucker, Chas.H.

Hunt, Henry J. Waterman, H.

Janes, William Waterman, Wm.

Jerrim, Thomas J. Wells, William C.

Johnson, Fredk. White, George W.

King, Albert T. White, William H.

_______________

Their name liveth for evermore.

New panel added in 2002.

2002
The following Men of Brockenhurst
are also known to have
given their lives for their country

First World War

Charles Baker
Alfred Beard
Reginald Bew
Dan Broomfield
Thomas Dove
William Dunford
James Elford
John Harris
James Hewlett
John Hill
Samson Holman
Davis Kitcher
John Legg

Alex Macintosh
Walter Middleton
James Miller
Edward Moores
William Phillpott
Edwin Pullen
Frrederick Raisey
Walter Reynard
Joseph Rickman
Herbert Smith
Sidney Stokes
Joseph Wells
Sidney White

Second World War
(Now WW2 names)

Post 1945
(Now one post 1945)

The following Villagers were killed
in the Second World War
(Now list of these)

"We will remember them"



St Nicholas' Church

Brass plaque on wall in church

Sacred to the memory of
Thomas Farquhar Lucas
Lt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. and Royal Flying Corps.
Elder son of Sir Edward Lucas, Bart.
Late of Whittey Ridge, Brockenhurst.
Killed in action 16th June 1917, aged 30.


Stone plaque on wall in church

+
In Piam Memoriam
Lieut. Commander
Victor James Bowden-Smith R.N.
H.M.S. Lucia 10 Submarine Flotilla,
who was killed in the Great War by an accidental
explosion, whilst engaged in the act of recovering
a German torpedo, which was adrift in the
North Sea near Runswick, Aug 22nd 1918.
Aged 31.
Mors Janua Vitae


Stone plaque on wall in church below NZ flag.

To the honour and in grateful memory of
The New Zealand Soldiers
who served during the Great War and died
in the New Zealand General Hospital
Brockenhurst. ###### Their bodies
were laid side by side in the churchyard
one of the new bells was given by their
relatives and friends in New Zealand
as a memorial of their self sacrifice

(Unfortunately the flag was stolen a week before this was recorded in 1985, but there was another flag there in 2006)