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Stone cross with wall on green on roadside in village, two plaques on wall on left of cross, plaque in centre and two plaques on wall on right of cross. (Plaques have been redone and new ones put on top of original ones)
The two plaques on left as they originally were, any differences listed below.
(T.Eades now T.Eads; C.Goddard now G.Goddard; A.C.Fullbrook Pte now A.C.Fulbrook Csm; J.Fulbrook now not on memorial.)
of the men & women of the
parish of Odiham who gave
their lives for their King &
Country in the Great War
Proud and grateful their
fellow parishioners have
here recorded their names
The two plaques on right as they originally were, any differences listed below.
(E.Pither now L.Pither; W.F. Stone not on original memorial but added now; W.Varndel now W.Varndell; W.Watts S.Lancs.R. now W.Watts R.Lancs.R.; A.P.Williams-Freeman now A.P.Williams; F.Woolford now not on memorial.)
Framed & glazed paper scroll on wall in All Saints Church.
Roll of Honour
Their name liveth for evermore
1914 -:- 1918
(Now 1939-1945 names)
These died for their country -
Brass plaque on wooden backing on wall in All Saints Church.
To the Glory of God
and to the dear memory of
Geoffrey Harris Gotelee
Captain 7th South Wales Borderers
killed in action at the
Battle of Grand Couronne, Salonika,
on 18th September 1918.
Aged 25 years.
"A true and gallant soldier"
Brass plaque on wall in All Saints Church.
To members of the Sclater family and...
Guy Lutley Sclater
Captain, Royal Navy
third son of the above
Born at Hoddington 15. August 1868.
Entering the Navy in 1882 he served his Country
in many parts of the world and was distinguished
for his knowledge of the Applications of Electricity
in Naval Affairs. on the outbreak of the Great
European War he Commanded H.M.S. Bulwark
and lost his life with all his ship's company
when that vessel was blown up in the Medway
26. November 1914 he was buried in the
cemetery at this place 2. December 1914