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23.6.2005

LISS

Stone obelisk on green triangle in village, inscription on sides at bottom.

Front

To
the undying memory
of our
victorious dead
who gave their lives
in the Great War
1914-1918.

H.A.Aburrow, T.A.Albery,
F.Baker, A.E.Baldwin,
F.Benham, R.A.Betsworth,
C.Bridger, P.Bridger,

Left side

R.P.V.Carpenter,
G.A.Chalcraft, E.R.Clarke,
A.Collins, H.N.Cooke,
W.Coombes, R.Darby,
F.J.Dennis, J.A.Dennis,
H.Ford, S.Gale,
F.Goldring, R.Greig,
W.Harfield, C.Hassell,
E.J.Hoare, T.M.Hoare,
A.Howard, E.C.Jacobs,
W.J.Jolliffe, L.T.Knowles,

Right side

J.Langrish, F.Lemon,
F.G.Lintott, C.J.Lloyd,
R.P.McHardy, H.L.Mattick,
W.C.Morritt, H.Mustchin,
G.Pannell, F.Petter,
H.Petter, H.Philps,
H.E.Pink, E.Privett,
A.E.Reed, F.J.Sandham,
W.H.Turner, H.G.Wace,
P.Wace, O.R.Walford,
H.L.Watney, F.Williamson,

Stone cross in St Mary's Churchyard, no names but inscription.

Front panel.

In thankful remembrance
of our honoured dead
who gave their lives
in the Great War
1914-1918

Back panel.

their lives for their country
their souls to God
their name liveth for evermore

Window in St Mary's Church, inscription at bottom.

To the glory of God and to the dear
memory of Oliver Robson Walford, 2nd Lieut.
Hants Regt., who gave his life for his Country
near Ypres, 26th April 1915, aged 19,
this window is dedicated.