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Stone cross in St Catherine's Churchyard.
To the Glory of God and in memory of those
from this Parish who gave their lives for their
King and Country during the Great War 1914 - 1919.
I am the resurrection and the life.
Harry Edwin Batchellor.
Ernest Oliver Penton.
Their name liveth for evermore.
Photos in wooden frame on wall in Memorial Hall
(Hall has since been rebuilt and the photos and roll redone - see picture at end)
Ernest Oliver Penton Jack Davis William Glasspool Henry Edwin Batchellor William Fisher
Hand written roll in wooden frame on wall in Memorial Hall
This hall was erected by voluntary subscription
to commemorate the part played by the men and women of
Littleton and Harestock
in the Great War of 1914 - 1919
The names of all who served in his Majesty's forces
and of those who fell are given below.
PRO PATRIA ET REGE.
Harry Edwin Batchellor.
Ernest Oliver Penton.
"So they passed over and all the trumpets
sounded for them on the other side."
Left hand column.
Andrews, H. Frank. 3/hussars transfered M.M.P. Staff Sgt. Maj. 1914 - 19 France wounded. 1915 star. M.M. Croix de Guerre (Belgium).
Arney, Charles. Cpl. Engine Fitter R.A.F. 1916 - 19 injured.
Bailey, Herbert. Tank Corps. 1918 - 19 Salonika.
Baverstock, Albert E. 2/Hants. 1915 - 19 Dardanelles & France. 1915 star.
Blackwell, Harry. Bandsman 1/4 Hants. 1914 - 19 India.
Brooks, George. 1914 - 17 Ldg. Stoker H.M.S. "Speedwell." (Minesweeper) injured. Discharged unfit. 1914 star.
Camies, Ernest. Lieut. R.E. 1914 - 19 France. 1914 star.
Camies, Charles. A.B. Monitor 24 1914 - 19. Wounded. 1914 star.
Conway, Richard. Gnr. R.G.A. 1917 - 19 France.
Cornelius, Albert. R.N. 1st class P.O. 1914 - 19 North Sea. 1914 star.
Davis, Jack. 10/Hants. 1914 -15. Dardanelles. Missing, presumed killed. 1914 star.
Davis, Ernest. 10/Hants. 1914 - 16 wounded. Discharged unfit. 1914 star.
Deane, Gerald. Major. Remount Depot, Calais. 1914 - 19. 1914 star.
Deane, Lionel. Major. e/Lancs. Taken prisoner, Aug. 1914. Released on parole. Home service.
English, Clarence. Staff Q.M.S. Record Office, K.R.R.C. Depot. 1914 - 19.
Finch, Frederick W. 11 Middlesex 1915 - 19. France.
Fisher, William. 10/Hants. 1914 - 16 Dardanelles & France. Twice wounded. Afterwards killed.
Gaiger, Ernest G. Gnr. R.G.A. 1914 - 18. France. Twice wounded. Discharged unfit.
Glasspool, Walter H. R.A.S.C. 1917 - 19 Home service.
Hall, Ernest W. 2/Lieut. R.G.A. 1916 - 19. France.
Hillier, Arthur. R.A.Veterinary Corps.
Hillier, F.W. 8/Gloucesters. 1915 - 19. wounded.
Hooker, Frederick R. Bdmn. 2/4 Hants. 1914 - 19. India. Palestine. Egypt. France.
Hooker, William J. Sergt. 2/4 Hants. 1914 - 19. India. Palestine. Egypt. France. Twice Wounded.
Ivatt, William F. 2/A.M. R.A.F. 1917 - 18.
Lapham, George W. Driller. Ponders End Shell Works. 1918 - 19. Partial disablement.
Lapham, Harold O. Cpl. R.N.A.S. 1917 - 19. Discharged unfit.
Mead, William H. 13/Devons. 1916 - 19.
Mogridge, William E. Sergt. 1/Hants. 1914 - 15.
Naish, Rev. Walter. Rector of Littleton. Lt/Col. 2/4 Hants. 1914 - 15. India.
Ogilvie, Alexander. 7/R.Scots. 1916 - 19. Palestine. Egypt. France. Wounded.
Fairhead, Frederick C. A.M. 1st C. R.N.A.S. Home service.
Right hand column.
Penton, Ernest Oliver. Sexton of Littleton. 12 Hants. 1914 - 15. Dardanelles. Missing presumed killed.
Reading, Cecil H. 1/Dorsets. 1914 - 19 France. Totally disabled. 1914 star
Rymer, Jack. Royal Marines 1914 star.
Saint, William Horatio. A.B. Seaman Gunner. H.M.S. "Heckler" 1915 - 19. North Sea. 1915 star.
Saunders, Arthur. Q.M.S. 1/4 Hants. 1914 - 19 India Mesopotamia. 1915 star. M.S.M.
Saunders, Arthur C. Age 15 Dmr. 1/4 Hants. 1914 - 16 India Mesopotamia Egypt. 1817 - 18 N. Devon Hussars.
Seargent, William Henry. Organist of Littleton. Sergt. 1/4 Hants. India. T.F. Depot. 4 Hants.
Simpson, Charles H. Sergt. 2 Queens R.W.S. 1915 - 19 France, Italy. Twice wounded. Discharged unfit. M.M.
Simpson, Harry. R.A.F. 1918 - 19.
Standen, Arthur. Shoeing-Smith. R.G.A. 1915 - 19. Salonika.
Stopher, Edgar J. 1/4 Lancs. 1916 - 19 France.
Tanner, Rev. E. Victor. R.A.Ch.D. Att 2/Worcs. 1916 - 19. 100/Bde. Wounded M.C. & Bar.
Vidler, Frank. Gnr. R.M.A. 1918 - 19. Home service.
Warren, Edmund. Cpl. 1/4 Hants. 1914 - 19 India, Persia, Mesopotamia. 1915 star.
Warren, James. Cpl. R.A.F. 1915 - 19. France.
Batchellor, Harry Edwin. Trpr. Hants Carabiniers Yeomanry 1914 - 17. France. Twice wounded. Afterwards killed.
Beck, Reginald. R.A.S.C. 1917 - 19.
Day, Jack Frederick. 9/R. Inniskilling Fusiliers 1914 - 19 France.
Fielder, Charles. Gnr. R.G.A. 1916 - 19.
Giles, Harry. 15/Hants. 1915 - 18. France. Disabled.
Glasspool, William. Gnr. R.F.A. 1914 - 15. France. Discharged totally disabled. Died in 1922.
Glasspool, James. Signaller. 15/Hants. 1918 - 19 France. Twice wounded.
Glasspool, George. Signaller. 15/Hants. 1918 - 19 France, Italy. wounded.
Glasspool, Frank. R.E. 1915 - 19. Egypt.
Glasspool, Thomas. Cpl. Farrier. R.A.S.C. 1914 - 19. Salonika.
Green, James. 1/Hants. 1914 - 19 France.
Hill, Harold P. Major. 5/Hants. 1914 - 19. India.
Hill, Douglas. Major. 7/Hussars. Transferred to R.A.F. 1914 - 19. France. Twice wounded.
Lennon-Brown, Herbert Devinish. Major. R.G.A. 1914 - 19. France.Wounded. 1914 star. D.S.O.
Lennon-Brown, Annesley George. Surgeon Sub.Lieut. R.N.V.R. 1914 - 18. North Sea. 1914 star. D.S.C.
Cox, Alexander William. P.O. R.N. Mediterranean. 1914 star.
Photos and roll in new Memorial Hall
(Details as above.)