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Stone cross in village in garden on road junction. Inscription on the four sides of the plinth of the cross.
To the Glory of God
in memory of the men
of Grayshott Parish
fell in the Great War
Hold such in Honour.
Bronze plaque on wall in St Luke's Church.
To the Glory of God and in grateful
memory of the men of the parish of
Grayshott who laid down their lives
+ in the Great War 1914-1919 +
Brass plaque on wall under window in St Luke's Church.
To the Glory of God and in loving memory of
2nd Lieut. Arthur Cyril Brickwood, 1st Batt. York & Lancaster Regt.
who died at Boulogne, April 15th 1915, after being seven times in the trenches.
Aged 18. Son of Sir John and Lady Brickwood.
Stone plaque on wall in St Luke's Church.
In memory of
James Montague Edward
Flight Commander R.F.C.
of Montague and Theresa
He was killed in action
on February 15th 1917 aged 21
In Amorem Sempiternum
Brass plaque on wall in St Luke's Church.
Hand written scroll in glazed frame on wall in St Luke's Church.
A complete list of the
names of men of the
PARISH OF GRAYSHOTT
who served in the Great War 1914-1919