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30.7.2005

SOUTH HAYLING

Brass plaques originally in lych-gate but now on wall in St Mary the Virgin Church.
(Moved into church in approx 2001.)

Left plaque.

To the Glory of God
and in grateful memory of the
following connected with
this Island who gave their
lives for their Country in
the Great War: 1914 - 1918.

Angell. C.T.
Barrett. R.
Barter. W.
Boncey. F.F.
Boncey. J.J.
Boncey. L.J.
Boniface. V.
Breslaw. G.R.
Brown. R.E.
Brudenell-Bruce. E.
Carter. P.H.
Chadwick. A.
Clarke. W.J.
Clarke. J.H.
Crasweller. W.G.
Coates. J.
Curtis. J.E.
Dilloway. A.
Durrell. H.
Ellison. C.H.
Elmer. J.B.
Fairtlough. F.H.
Fairtlough. G.H.
Fitch. J.
Frewing. H.
Glue. A.G.
Godwin. P.B.
Godwin. W.J.
Grisdale. E.H.
Haines. W.
Hayter. H.G.
Hedger. A.K.
Hewes. A.W.
Holland. H.
Horscroft. A.C.M.
How. A.H.B.
Howard. F.
King. E.
King. F.

M.G.C.
Dorsets.
S.P.O. H.M.S. "Hogue."
P.O.1st Cl. H.M.S. "Woolwich."
R.M.L.I. H.M.S. "Invincible."
Corpl. Croix de Guerre. The Queens.
Lead. Sea. H.M.S. "Good Hope."
2nd Lieut. Hants.
Lance - Sergt. Hants.
Lieut. Northants Yeomanry.
A.I.F.
Sergt. H.L.I.
H.M. Monitor No.25.
Sergt. Oxf. & Bucks.L.I.
Hants.
A.B. H.M.S. "Vicknor."
Wireless Op. 1st Cl. H.M.S. "Vanguard."
Middlesex.
Hants.
Driver. M.T.
Q.M.S., R.M.A.
Col. C.M.G., The Queens.
Capt. M.C., R.E.
Wireless Op. H.M.S. "Hampshire."
Hants.
Act. Bom. R.F.A.
Lance - Corpl. Hants.
Lead. Stkr. H.M.S. "Black Prince."
Sergt - Ins. The King's Own.
Dorsets.
Royal Sussex.
Corpl. A.S.C.
Grenadier Guards.
C.P.O., R.N.R.
S.P.O. 1st Cl. H.M.S. Q.19.
M.G.C.
Sergt. R.F.A.
D.C.L.I.
Gunner. R.G.A.

Right plaque.

To the Glory of God
and in grateful memory of the
following connected with
this Island who gave their
lives for their Country in
the Great War: 1914 - 1918.

Lavell. H.
Lavell. O.J.
Luff. G.
Lynch-Staunton. R.K.
Main. C.
Mant. F.T.
Marsh. L.V.
May. F.J.
Monger. W.
Nelson. C.
North. R.H.
Ogburn. E.
Palmer. E.
Palmer. W.E.H.
Peacock. F.
Pearce. T.L.
Raymond. B.S.
Robertson. E.J.M.
Rochfort-Boyd. H.C.
Rogers. B.W.J.
Russell. G.
Saggers. J.M.
Sandeman. G.A.C.
Sawyer. W.
Scarf. K.C.
Sheehan. J.J.
Slydell. E.J.
Small. G.
Small. J.
Smart. E.J.
Smart. R.
Spittles. G.
Spittles. T.R.
Startin. F.H.J.
Sutch. W.J.
Thompson. H.
Turner. C.
Twine. E.H.
Wilson. D.

D.C.L.I.
M.G.C.
Gloucester Regt.
Lieut-Col. R.A.
Eng. Com. H.M.S. "Shakespear."
Corpl. C.E.F.
Dorsets
Gunner. R.M.A.
Hants.
Capt. 3rd Brahmans.
A.I.F.
S.P.O. H.M.S. "President."
C.P.O. H.M.S. "Black Prince."
Hants.
Lance-Corpl. R.Ir.Regt.
Hants.
Major. 97th Inf. I.A.
Lieut. R.F.A.
Lt-Col., D.S.O. R.H.A.
Lance-Corpl. Hants.
Lance-Corpl. A.I.F.
Stkr. 1st Cl. H.M.S. "Black Prince."
Capt. Hants.
M.G.C.
Air Mech. R.A.F.
K.O.Y.L.I.
A.S.C.
Hants.
Hants.
P.O. 1st Cl. H.M.S. "Good Hope."
D.C.L.I.
Hants.
Stkr. H.M.S. "Lynx."
Sub-Lieut. R.N.D.
Hants.
London Regt.
S.P.O. H.M.S. "Sappho."
A.B. H.M.S. "Good Hope."
R.A.F.

Brass plaque on beam inside lych gate.

This Lych-gate was dedicated
on July 25th 1920 by
The Rev. H.G. Sprigg, M.A. Rural Dean,
who took for his text:
"They have passed through the gate,
and their King is passed on before them,
and the Lord at the head of them."

Brass plaque on marble on wall in St Mary the Virgin Church.

To the Glory of God
and in proud and loving
memory of
Francis Henry James
Startin
(Sub-Lieut. R.N. Retired)
Nelson Batt. R.N. Division
who died July 19th 1915
from wounds received
at Gallipoli, Aged 23
Mentioned in Despatches for
"Gallant and distinguished
service in the field".

"Endure hardness as a good
soldier of Jesus Christ."
2 Tim.II.3.

General memorial in the town.

To honour all
who made the
supreme sacrifice

We will remember them