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16.2.86

OVER WALLOP

Stone cross in village centre.

(Names round edge on faces listed from right going anticlockwise.)

Their name
liveth for
evermore.

Men of
Over Wallop
fallen in the War.

A.D. 1914 - 1919.



2nd Lt. N.M. Owen

A.B. W. Grace R.N.

Cpl. L.H. Bulpitt



Cpl. C.F. Down

,, G. Noyce

Drumr. W. Baigent



Pte. A. Baigent

,, W. Barrett



Pte. T. Baverstock

,, A. Cannons



Pte. F. Chubb

,, C.W. Grist

Lt. A.H. Fry



Pte. T. Harman

,, A. Miles

,, P. Minaultt C.M.



Pte. A.J. Pepler

Drumr. W. Scott

Pte. W. Wells




On the four pillars around the cross it looks like there are names of those who served but
are mainly illegible due to the pillars having been knocked into and eroded over the years.
The below is what is still just legible, number of people on each unknown - blanks below just illustration.


Pillar 1

Men of

Over Wallop

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Pillar 2

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.........rrett

.......Barrett

.....W. Bray

.....A. Bray M.M.

.....P.J. Bulpitt

.....E. Burgess

.....B.J. Chant

.....A. Clark

Dvr. P. Clark

Tpr. C Compton

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Pillar 3

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.....J.March

.....E. Martin

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.....J. Northington

........Northington

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.........ooter R.N.

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Marble plaque on wall in St Peter's Church.

This chapel is dedicated
to the Glory of God and
in thankful remembrance
of those from this parish
who gave their lives in the
World Wars of 1914-18 & 1939-45

1914 - 1918

Albert William Baigent * Arthur Baigent

William Barrett * Thomas George Baverstock

Leonard Harold Bulpitt * Albert Cannons

Frederick Lewis Ralph Chubb * Charles Frank Down

Alfred Harold Fry * William Grace * Charles

William Grist * Thomas Harman * Arthur Miles

Pierre Paul Antoine Minaultt * George Noyce

Norman Moore Owen * Albert James Pepler

William Scott * William Wells

(Now WW2 names)


Paper scroll in glazed frame on wall in church.

Men of Over Wallop
who
Served their King and Country
in the
Great War, 1914-1919.

C.P.O. C. Alexander, R.N.

Cpl. C.J. Alexander, M.M.

[D.C.M. Bar

Pte. W.E. Alexander

.. J. Alexander

.. B.L. Alexander

.. E. Allen

.. A. Baigent +

Drumr. W. Baigent +

Pte. E. Baigent

.. W.H. Banyard

.. H. Barnett

P.O. C. Barrett, R.N.

Pte. A.J. Barrett

.. A. Barrett

.. W. Barrett +

.. T. Baverstock +

Gunnr. W. Bray

.. A. Bray, M.M.

Cpl. L.H. Bulpitt +

Pte. P.J. Bulpitt

Cpl. V. Bundy

Pte. E. Burgess

.. E. Butcher

.. A. Cannons +

.. E. Cannons

Sappr. E.J. Chant

A.B. H. Chant, R.N.

Pte. F. Chubb +

Capt. B.H.C. Clark, M.C.

Pte. P. Clark

.. A. Clark

Tpr. C. Compton

Tpr. A. Compton, M.M.

.. F. Compton

Pte. F. Cook

Gunnr. W.G. Cooper, R.N.

Pte. A. Daubeny

.. E. Daubeny

Sergt. W.B. Down

Cpl. A. Down, Rauma.M.

.. C.F. Down +

Pte. F. Dykes

Sappr. R. Franklin

Pte. F. Futcher

.. N. Gale

Cpl. A.T. Goodchild

A.B. W. Grace, R.N. +

Pte. F. Grace

.. H. Gray

.. G. Greenfield

Driver F. Grist

Pte. C.W. Grist +

.. W. Grist

Q.M.S. J. Harding

Pte. F.W. Harding

.. F. Harding

.. T. Harman +

Sergt. S. Hinwood, M.M.

A.B. J. Kenchington, R.N.

.. W. Kenchington, R.N.

C.M.M. T.G. Knight, R.N.

Sergt.-Maj. H.J. Knight

C.Q.M.S. H.T. Mansfield

Trumptr. H.A. Mansfield

Boy E.L. Mansfield

Sergt. J. March

.. R. Marshman

.. E. Martin

Pte. C. Martin

.. H.J. Merritt

.. A. Miles +

2nd Lieut. P.P. Minault, C.M. +

Cpl. G. Noyce +

Lieut. H. Owen, D.S.C. R.N.

2nd Lieut. N.M. Owen +

Pte. A.J. Pepler +

.. P. Richards

.. V. Robinson

.. A. Saunders

Gunnr. C. Saunders

Drumr. W. Scott +

Lieut. W.P. Smitton

Pte. P. Southwell

.. L. Stokes

Sergt. J.E. Stubbington

Pte. E.H. Trubridge

.. W.H. Tuck

Lieut. S.W. Turner

Pte. E.G. Turton

E.A. R.J. Ventham, R.N.

Pte. W. Wells +

A.B. F. Williams, R.N.

Pte. L. Woodford

.. E. Woodford

.. A. Yeates

+ Faithful unto Death.

Brass plaque on windowsil under window in St Peter's Church.

Also in loving memory of
Alan Edward Frushard Young
2nd Lieut. R.G.A.
A grandson of the above
who was killed in action
in Flanders. 25th July 1917.
Aged 19 years.

In churchyard grave to Coventry family with following inscription:

In loving memory of
Capt. Wyndham John Coventry
VII Hariana Lancers, Indian Army
Born 25th December 1886
Died of wounds recieved in action
in Mesopotamia on 1st January 1916
Son of the late Frank Coventry
and Louisa Ellen Coventry
Grandson of Sir John Grinlintury