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SOUTH BADDESLEY

Stone cross on roadside with a new plaque on as previous inscription virtually illegible.

New Plaque.

SOUTH BADDESLEY
Roll of Honour
1914 - 1918

Sapper J.A. Adams R.E.
A.B. E.J. Drodge R.N.
Pte. E. Evans Surrey Rgt.
Pte. W. Gifford Hants Rgt.
Pte. C. Gregory Hants Rgt.
Gunner T. Lancaster R.G.A.

Gunner A.D. Menzies R.G.A.
Pte. M. Payne Warwick Rgt.
Pte. A. Renyard Canadian A.M.C.
Pte. E. Renyard Hants Rgt.
Pte. W. Rideout Somerset L.I.
Farrier E.G. Ward R.A.S.C.

Sgt. J. Harris E.Kent Rgt.


Original inscription on memorial had first names listed,
below is all that is legible to read although odd letters survive.

Front panel.

This now has the new plaque on but probably originally had an inscription.

Left side panel.

Adams, James Alfred
Sapr Royal Engineers
Drodge, Edward John
A.B. Royal Navy
....
several lines illegible
....
Lancaster, Tom
Gunner Royal G..(rest illegible)

Right side panel.

Mostly illegible odd words readable not worth listing at present.


Brass plaque on wall in St Mary the Virgin Church.

To
the
Glory
of
God

and
in
loving
memory
of

Lieut The Hon. Kenneth R. Dundas R.N.V.R.
Anson Batt. Royal Naval Division
District Commissioner British E. Africa
4th son of 6th Viscount Melville
He gave up everything for
King and Country
and in the performance of his duty
died most bravely and unselfishly
fighting in Gallipoli
7th August 1915 Aged 33 years
He lies buried there on Lala Baba
now called by his devoted men
Dundas Point
This tablet is placed to his memory
by his affectionate sister
Hilda G. Whitaker


Hand written scroll in glazed frame on wall in St Mary the Virgin Church.

This was originally in the United Reformed Church at East End
see East End for the inscription.