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23.2.85

FAIR OAK

St Thomas Church

Marble plaque on wall inside church.

Sacred to the memory of:

Corrie, Leslie. Paymaster Sub.Lieut. R.N.V.R.

Edwards, Hugh. Capt. D.S.O. R.N.

Houghton, Walter. Stoker. R.N.

Mears, Ezra. T.I.P.O. R.N.

Watts, Harry T. A.B. R.N.

Annetts, Albert C. Gnr. R.G.A.

Annetts, Herbert H. Lce. Corpl. Hants.R.

Axford, Alec J. Pte. A.I.F.

Burnett, Fred G. Sergt. M.G.C.

Butt, Percy A.W. Pte. Hants.R.

Cawte, Frank Sgt. K.R.R.C.

Connolly, Michael J. Bdr. R.H.A.

Denham, Alfred J. Pte. Hants.R.

Duffin, Henry G. Pte. Hants.R.

Durrant, Charles F.G. Lce. Corpl. Hants.R.

Edwards, Lancelot Major. Lincs.R.

Goater, William Pte. Hants.R.

Holloway, Sidney Pte. Hants.R.

Langdon, Ernest M. Gnr. R.G.A.

Mears, William C. Pte. Rifle Brig.

Miller, E. William Farrier K.Edward's Hor.

Neville, Sidney Pte. Hants.R.

Pember, H. Cecil Cptn. Household Battn.

Williams, Wesley J. Pte. Wilts.R.

Wootton, John F. Sgt. C.F.F.

Who gave their lives in the service of their country

during the Great War 1914 - 1918.



Stained glass window on south side of church.

In memory of Mr. G. Pember and his son Captain H.C. Pember:-

In loving memory of

Henry Cecil Pember

Captn. in the Household Battn.

killed in an attack on Roeux during the Battle

of Arras 3rd May 1917.

Decorum est pro patria mori.


Stone cross in center of village.

To
the Glory of God
in memory of
the Nation's
sacrifice.

1914-1918.
1939-1945.


Commonwealth war graves in churchyard.


2350 Serjeant

F.W. Cawte

King's Royal Rifle Corps

3rd October 1915


65837 Bombadier

M.J. Connolly

Royal Horse Artillery

9th February 1919 Age 29