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12.4.2006

SARISBURY GREEN

Stone cross on roadside near church.

Front panel.

+
To the Glory of God
and
in memory of
our glorious dead
1914 - 1918
1939 - 1945

(now WW2 names)

Left side panel.

Roll of Honour

1914

Barber George.
Beauchamp Arthur. R.
Bishop Edwin. M.
Bishop George. S.
Biddlecombe Walter. S.
Brown Henry. J.
Brown Henry.
Budden William.
Burton Reginald. G.
Coles Norman. G.
Cremer Berlie. N.
Edwards Charles.
Eldridge Walter.

1918

Fielder Claude.
Fielder Frederick.
Goddard Frank.
Goddard John.
Grisdale Mathew.
Hamilton Alec. G.
Harding Frederick. W.
Harding Charles. J.
Harding Alfred.
Harrison Walter. J.
Harrison George.
Hayes Charles.
Kite Sidney. H.

Right side panel.

Roll of Honour

1914

May William. C.
Mathews William. C.
Maddox Thomas. J.
Mercer George.
Moody Leslie. H.
Palmer William.
Phillips Charles.
Pilbeam Lewis. L.
Pink Joseph.
Rustell Henry. J.
Sandy George. T.
Sharp Jesse.
Smith Frederick.
Draper Arthur Edward

1918

Stevenson Edward.
Stark John.
Stark James.
Turner George.
Vaughan Henry.
Varndell Lewis.
Whitter Harry.
Whitter Albert.
White Albert. W.
Widger Arthur.
Williams George. W.E.
Cremer Albert.
Hopkins Fred.
Mott Louis.

Paper roll of honour in glazed frame on wall in St Paul's Church.

S*Paul's*Ch: + Sarisbury
This Chapel is raised to the
Glory of God and in grateful
and honoured memory of those
from this parish who have given
their lives in the Great War 1914-18
for their God, their King and Country

Roll of Honour

George Barber
Arthur Robert Beauchamp
Walter Biddlecombe
Edwin Maurice Bishop
George Spencer Bishop
Stanley Brittan
Henry Brown
William Newman Budden
Reginald Burton
Norman Cole
Bertie Cremer
Charlie Edwards
Walter Eldridge
Claude Fielder
Frederick Fielder
John Goddard
Frank Goddard
Matthew Grisdale
Cyril Lalande Hains
Alick George Hamilton
Charles Harding
Frederick Harding
Alfred Harding
George Harrison
Walter Henry Harrison

Charles Hayes
Frederick Hopkins
Walter Cecil Kent
Sidney Herbert Kite
Thomas Maddox
William Charles Matthews
William May
George Mercer
Leslie Herbert Moody
Lewis Mott
Charles Phillips
Lewis Lionel Pilbeam
Joseph Pink
Edward Thomas Rustell
Henry Thomas Rustell
Jesse Sharp
Frederick Smith
Edward Stevenson
George Turner
Lewis Varndell
Henry Vaughan
Albert Whittier
Harry Whittier
Arthur William Widger
George Williams

Brass plaque on wall in St Paul's Church.

In loving memory of
Edwin Maurice Bishop.
Lieutenant 3rd Dorset Regt.
Elder son of
Edwin and Janette Bishop of The Lawns,Swanwick.
Who was killed in action at Illies,France.
October 18th 1914, aged 23 years.
"Pro patria mori"

Brass plaque on wall in St Paul's Church.

In memory of
George Spencer Bishop
Private 178th Co. Mechanical Transport A.S.C.
Younger son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bishop of The Lawns, Swanwick.
Who died at Reading,
April 10th 1915, aged 22 years.
"Pro Rege et Patria"
This tablet is placed here in affectionate remembrance and
esteem by the Officers, N.C.O.'s and Men of his company.