Wooden tablet on wall in Christ Church Church.

1914 - 1918

William . Allen
William . Anderton
James . Bracknell
Chester . Brandon
Edward P . Breay
Arthur . Bridge
L. Sacheverell . Coke
Albert . Coles
Charles . Coles
Samuel . Coles
William . G . Conway
Hugh . Cooke
Charles . Craddock
John . Edgell
William . Fearnley
Edward . E . Fenwick
Alfred . E . Field
Albert . Fulbrook
Charles . Godfrey
Edward . G . Harvie
G . Fred . Hankins
William . T . Harper
Thomas . Hill
Charles . Hill
William . Holliday
Fred . Javes
George . Johns
George . Lampard
Herbert . C . MacDonnell
Henry . C . May
Henry . T . Mellish
George . Newton
Oliver . Neville
Reginald . Pepys
James . Randall
Arthur . Romilly
Harry . Romilly
Henry . Rundle
Christopher . Russell
Leslie . Sayers
Frank . Silvester
George . Silvester
Albert . Simpson
Ernle . Taylor
George . Ware
Reginald . White
George . Wilkie
William . J . Willis

They died that
we might live

Marble plaque on wall in Christ Church Church.

Alexander Christopher
youngest son of the above
Tempy Captain 11th Sherwood Foresters
who gave his life for his country Oct 10th 1915 aged 27
and was buried at La Chapelle D'Armentieres

Brass plaque on wall in Christ Church Church.

War Service
Waziristan, 1894-5
Chitral, 1895
China, 1900-1.
Mohmund, 1908.
Great War 1914-
Egypt, Persian Gulf:
mentioned in
despatches for
"gallant and distin-
guished service".

To the Glory of God
In proud and loving memory of
Hugh William Fothergill Cooke
Major 24th Punjabis
who was killed in action near Masiriyah in the
operations in Mesopotamia on July 14th 1915 aged 44
eldest surviving son of Colonel W.S. Cooke of
Heatherside in this parish and of Rosa Harriet his wife.

A true and gallant soldier

Marble plaque on wall in Christ Church Church.

To the Glory of God
in memory of
Leslie F.C. Sayers
2nd Lieut. R.A.F. who was killed in action
in France July 31st 1918, aged 18.
Buried near Coulommiers.
A server and member of the choir.
Rest in Peace

Marble plaque on wall in Christ Church Church.

To the Glory of God
in loving memory of
Pte Thomas Hill R.M.L.I
who died of wounds in France
November 15th 1917 aged 37
buried at Etaples
"He gave himself"

Brass plaque on wall in Christ Church Church.

loving memory of
Capt. Herbert Creagh MacDonnell
R.F.C. and 18th Royal Irish Regt.
Who was Killed in Action in France on 23rd May 1915
only son of Col. A.C. MacDonnell of Rossmore in this
Parish and Adele his wife - Buried at Hazebrouk

"These are they which came out of great tribulation and have washed
their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb." Rev.VII.14.

Commonwealth War Graves in churchyard.

25089 Private
A.E. Field
Hampshire Regiment
19th December 1919 Age 42

PO/15709 Corporal
W.J. Wilkie
Royal Marine Light Inf.
12th April 1921