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23.2.85

COLDEN COMMON

Holy Trinity Church

Bronze tablet on wall inside church.

In memoriam. The great War 1914 - 1918.

Charles Pitters. R.F.A.

John Burt Hardy. H.M.S. Bulwark.

John Enfield. H.M.S. Good Hope.

Ernest Pitters. H.M.S. Vickmor.

James S. Scammell. 2 Hants.

Edmond Prangell. 2 Hants.

William Enfield. H.M.S. Invincible.

Cecil Russell. H.M.S. Invincible.

Frederick Russell. H.M.S. Hampshire.

Albert Budd. 5 Hants.

Charles J. Hatt. 16 CLB KRRC.

Samuel S. Sharp. Hants.

George Cockman. Hants.

Arthur Rodaway. R.F.A.

George Rodaway. Scots Gds.

Harry Berry. 16 CLB KRRC.

George Buckles. D of C L.I.

Arthur T. Light. 11 Hants.

Frank Cawte. R.N.

Albert J. Jacobs. H.M.S. Vanguard.

Geroge E. Hammerton 3 Hants.

Leonard Russell. 2 Hants.

Cecil D. Cannons. Middx R.

Duncan McLullich. Arg. & South H.

Alfred Ingram. Australn. C.

William Allen. R.B.

Tom Laversuch. 1/4 Hants.

Philip H. Brice. 1/4 Wilts.

Frank Churcher. 1 Hants.

Walter Lemercier. R.E.

William H. Horn. R.G.A.

Faithful unto death.



Stained glass window to right of tablet showing Angel, Last Trump and a group of three Angels.

O Grave where is thy victory.
The trump will sound and the dead shall be raised incorruptible.
To the Glory of God and in memory of the
men from Colden Common who fell in the
Great war. Erected by the parishioners.



Plaque on window sill.

The war memorials were restored in 1987
in loving memory of
Frederick and Jean Dawson
and of
Dorothy Hammacott.


Commonwealth war grave in churchyard.

6883 Private

G. Cockman

Hampshire Regiment

13th October 1916


12631 Corporal

H.A.E. Light

Machine Gun Corps

26th June 1920 Age 42

Held in memory still


30395 Private

M.H. Males

Norfolk Yeomanry

23rd June 1919 Age 26

For ever in our thoughts

Sadly missed by us all