RETURN TO PLACE NAME C INDEX

April 2004

CATHERINGTON

Lytch gate at entrance to churchyard with two panels of names in centre each side.

I am the resurrection and the life

In memory of those who fell in the great war
1914 - 1919

First panel.


W.H. Attwood.

W.H. Bignell.

F.W. Budden.

B.G. Cayme.

A. Chalwin.

H.J. Clark.

F. Clarke.

H.S. Crockford.

R.M. Darby.

E.W. Dobson.

C. Edney.

W. Gibbins.

C.L. Goble.

F. Goldsmith. M.C.

Second panel.


C.G. Grafham.

J.W. Hadaway.

J.P. Harden.

F.G. Hatch.

H. Hatch.

C.F. Holdaway.

P.C. Holloway.

F.H. Horton.

J.M. Lewis.

F. Marchant.

P. Masters.

E.R. Merritt.

G.F.H. Parks.

F. Parvin.

Third panel.


H.G. Parvin.

V.S. Patrick.

F. Pearce.

A. Pearson.

N.P. Pearson.

F. Piper.

L.G. Piper.

E. Prior. D.S.O. M.C.

E.G. Reed.

W.G. Sheppard.

J.A. Smith.

A.E. Spencer.

S.A. Spencer.

Fourth panel.


W.G. Stanley.

A.E. Stone.

G.H. Sulivan.

G. Tarrant.

W.J. Tarrant.

W.H. Taylor.

H. Thompson.

G.V. Tilbury.

J.H. Tremlett.

C.G. Turner.

S. West.

W. Wickens.

W.T. Woods.

Stone cross in churchyard of All Saints Church.

In loving memo
ry of Rearad
miral Sir Christopher Cradock
killed in action off Coronel
All Saints Day 1914 his body rests
in The Pacific Ocean of Keith.
H. Barnes Rector of Catistock
by whose inspiration the East
Window & reredos were erected
and of Albert W.S. Barnes with
whom many happy years were
spent at St. Catherines.
Mary C. Barnes 1925

On opposite side.

BY THY CROSS
AND PASSION
GOOD LORD
DELIVER US