Stone cross in St Mary Magdalene churchyard, inscriptions on panels on base plinth.

Front panel.

1914 - 1918
Remember with thanksgiving
the true and faithful men
who in these years of war
went forth from this place
for God and the Right
The names of those who returned not again
are here inscribed
to be honoured for evermore

Right panel.

Captain A.Bonham Carter Hants Regt. France.
Private G.Bullock R.M.A. H.M.S. Good Hope. Coronel.
Private A.Cranstone Hants Regt. France.
Corporal L.Cranstone Rifle Brigade. France.
Private W.Denyer Hants Regt. France.
Private W.A.Evershed Seaforth Highlanders. France.

Back panel.

2nd Lieut. C.F.H.Fisher R.E. France.
Gunner J.Flack R.H.A. France.
2nd Lieut. A.W.Healey Wilts. Regt. France.
A.B. E.Kimber H.M.S. Queen Mary. Jutland.
Sergt. H.Lewis Worcester Regt. Salonica.
Gunner J.Lewis R.G.A. Aden.
Flight Sub Lieut. F.A.Malet R.N.A.S. Belgium.

Left panel.

Lieut. J.M.H.Fisher R.N. H.M.S. Good Hope. Coronel.
Captain H.N.Steward 6th Indian Cavalry. R.F.C. England.
Captain P.A.Tillard E.Surrey Regt. France.
Captain T.A.Tillard R.F.C. France.
Private L.Watts Hants Regt. France.
Gunner A.White R.F.A. France.
Private J.Woodward Hants Regt. France.

Wooden plaque on wall in St Mary Magdalene church, names under Great War ones.

St Mary, Sheet
Roll of Honour
In Memory of and in Gratitude for
"The love that asks no questions, the love that stands the test,
That lays upon the altar, the dearest and the best,
The love that never falters, the love that pays the price,
The love that makes undaunted the final sacrifice."

1914 - 1918

Arthur Bonham Carter Arthur Healey
George William Bullock Edward Kimber
James Childs Harry Lewis
Albert Cranstone James Lewis
Lewis Cranstone F.A. Malet
William Denyer George Scrase Saxby
Walter Albert Evershed Harold Steward
Cecil Fisher Thomas Atkinson Tillard
Eric Fisher Philip Algernon Tillard
J.M.H. Fisher James Watts
John Flack Arthur White
John Woodward

(Now WW2 names)

Jesus said "I am the resurrection and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: John XI.25

Brass plaque on wall in St Mary Magdalene church.

To the Glory of God and in loving memory of
Philip Algernon Tillard + Thomas Atkinson Tillard
Yeomanry attached Yeomanry attached
8th East Surrey Regt Royal Flying Corps
killed in action at the killed while flying in
Battle of the Ancre France Dec 6th 1916
Nov 18th 1916 aged 34. aged 32.
"Lovely and pleasant were they in their lives
"and in their death they were not divided"