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Stone cross in All Saints Churchyard, four sided plinth.
In sacred sleep they lie say not the brave die
who gave their lives in
The Great Wars
1914 - 1919
1939 - 1945
Right side panel.
Left side panel.
In memorial alcove in All Saints Church.
Tooled leather scroll in frame.
With uncovered head
salute the sacred dead.
Hand written scroll in glazed frame on wall in All Saints Church.
Roll of Honour.
Original grave cross on wall in All Saints Church.
Lieut. James Windsor Lewis.
1st Bn. Welsh Guards
(Late 19th Husaars)
Rest of plaques around church.
Marble/stone plaque on wall in All Saints Church.
In loving and honoured Memory of
Arthur Chester Brandon
Captain 1st/4th battn. Hampshire Regiment
only surviving son of Arthur and Kate Brandon
of "Redfields" Church Crookham
Born 7th September 1885 killed in action 21st January 1916
near Felahie in Mesopotamia during the advance to
attempt the relief of Kut-el-Amara.
"In sure and certain hope of the Resurrection
to Eternal life through Our Lord Jesus Christ."
Brass plaque on wall in All Saints Church.
To the dear memory of
Lieutenant in the Royal Navy,
sixth son of Charles James
Maxwell Lefroy of Itchil Manor
and Elizabeth Catherine his wife.
Born August 8 1888,
killed in action in the Dardanelles
on board H.M.S. Mosquito,
April 25 1915.
He loved duty more than he loved his life.
"Is it well with the child? And she said,"
"it is well."
Brass on stone plaque on wall in All Saints Church.
Glory of God
and in ever loving
Remembrance of my Husband
Killed in Action at
19th May 1917
Commonwealth War Grave in churchyard.