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Stone cross on road junction.
Sacred to the memory of the parishioners
of SOBERTON who fell in the Great War.
"Forget them not. O Land, for which they fell.
May it go well with England.
Still go well:
Keep here bright banners without blot or stain,
Lest they should dream that they have died in vain."
Brass plaque on wall in St Peter's Church
In loving memory of
the four beloved sons & son-in-law of
John and Mary Twynam
of Soberton House
William Hugh Twynam
Corporal 7th Batt. Canadian Regt.
killed in action in France April 24th 1915
John J. Twynam
Staff Sergt. South African Mounted Rifles
killed by lightening at Windhoek while on duty
Nov. 3rd 1914
Hugh H. Twynam
Lieut. R.N.R. drowned in submarine
January 19th 1917
Godfrey G. Twynam
Lieut. 11th Border Regt.
killed in action in France Nov. 12th 1916
Geoffrey Matthew George Culley
Capt. 11th Royal West Kent Regt.
The beloved husband of Elizabeth Francis Culley
killed in action in France Sept. 15th 1916
who all gave their lives for King & Country
Commonwealth war graves in churchyard.