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30.7.2005

BURITON

Stone cross on green by roadside just outside churchyard of St Mary's.

Front panel.

In proud
and grateful
memory of
the men of
this parish
who gave
their lives
in the
Great Wars
1914-1919
&
1939-1945

Left Side Panel.

William Beagley
Arthur Bone
Cecil Cadmore
Percy Case
Caleb Chitty
Harold Chitty
Alfred Cook
Charles Francis
Herbert Francis
Samuel Francis
George Harding
Godfrey Harfield
Thomas Harman
Tom Hill
Levi Hiscock
Reginald Holloway
Alfred Kilham
Alan Kite
Charles Lee

Right Side Panel.

Frederick Legg
Thomas Lovell
Rowland Marriner
Charles Pink
Albert Powell
Frederick Powell
James Powell
Edward Pretty
Ernest Rean
Harry Rogers
Charles Shepherd
George Silver
Arthur Strugnell
Percy Strugnell
George Treagus
William Tribe
George Watts
Victor Welch
Frederick Shepherd

Brass plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.

To the Glory of God and in honoured
memory of the men of the parish of
Buriton who fell in the Great War 1914-1919

Samuel Francis Harry Rogers
William Beagley George Harding Frederick Legg Charles Shepherd
Arthur Bone Godfrey Harfield Thomas Lovell George Silver
Cecil Cadmore Thomas Harman Rowland Marriner Arthur Strugnell
Percy Case Tom Hill Charles Pink Percy Strugnell
Caleb Chitty Levi Hiscock Albert Powell George Treagus
Harold Chitty Reginald Holloway Frederick Powell William Tribe
Alfred Cook Alfred Kilham James Powell Henry Tupper
Charles Francis Alan Kite Edward Pretty George Watts
Herbert Francis Charles Lee Ernest Rean Victor Welch
Fredk Shepherd

Framed paper scroll now in private hands, whereabouts unknown.

Roll
of honour
for the dead


"Greater love hath no man than this that
a man lay down his life for his friends."

George Treagus R.M.A.
William Tribe
Thomas Harman 3rd Hants
Charles Francis R.E.
Arthur Strugnell R.H.A.
Levi Hiscock Royal Sussex
Ernest Rean Serg. 2nd Hants
Cecil Cadmore 10th Middlesex
George Watts Royal Sussex
Charles Pink R.N.
Alfred Kilham R.N.
Thomas Hill R.M.A.
Alfred Cook 1st Hants
H. Rogers 4th Hants
Charles Lee Corp. R.F.A.
G Harding 2nd Hants
Victor Welch Royal Warwicks
Thomas Lovell 13th Hants
Percy Strugnell 2nd Hants
Reginald Holloway 4th Hants
Percy Case 1st Hants
Frederick Legg 1st Hants
Albert Powell R.N.

George Silver R.G.A.
Caleb Chitty 14th Hants
Roland Marriner R.E.
Godfrey Harfield
Arthur Bone West Surrey
Ernest Dennis
Edward Pretty 4th Hants
Charles Shepherd West Surrey
William Beagley
Alan Kite R.A.F.
James Powell Hampshires
Herbert Francis
Fred Powell
Harold Chitty 6th Hants
Samuel Francis







Bronze plaque with wooden surround on wall in St Mary's Church.

"Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow
of death I will fear no evil for Thou art with me."

To the Glory of God and in
constant and loving memory
of Norman Bonham-Carter
late of the Indian Civil Service
and the Household Battalion
who fell in the service of
his country at the battle
of Arras on May 3rd 1917.
This tablet is erected by his
wife, his brothers and sisters

Bronze plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.

In loving memory of
Arthur Thomas Bonham-Carter
son of John & Mary Bonham-Carter
1st Puisne Judge British East Africa
and Captain Hampshire Regiment
killed in action at Beaumont
Hamel 1st July 1916 aged 47
and buried near that place
Fear God Honour the King

Bronze plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.

Until the day break and the
shadows flee away


In loving memory of
Guy Bonham-Carter 3rd son of
Mary & Alfred Bonham-Carter C.B.
Captain 19th Royal Hussars and
Adjutant Oxfordshire Yeomanry
killed in action near Ypres
14th May 1915 aged 30 years
Buried at Vlamertinghe