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5.4.2006

STRATFIELD SAYE

Marble plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.

To the Glory of God
and in proud imperishable
memory of the men of this
parish who gave their lives
in defence of their country
in the Great War 1914-19.

Capt. Ld. R.Wellesley
Capt. Hugh F. North
Cpl. Joseph Binge
Pte. William Binge
" Leonard Greetham
" James Brett
" Ernest Bunce
Cpl. Edward Dollery
Pte. Albert Broadhurst
Sap. Joseph Clark
" Charles Kersley
Sgt-M.Frederick Hodges
Capt. Cyril A.G. Hodgson
Pte. Arthur Chilvers
" Jesse Herridge
" John Kirby
" James Series
" William Reed
" Victor Holloway
" Lewis Loader

Gren.Gds.
Hants Regt.
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Berks Yeo.
Berks Regt.
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R.E.
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Lond.Regt.
N.Devon Yeo.
Durh.Regt.
Wilts Regt.
R.G.A.
Lab.Corps
A.S.C.
Can.Regt.
Tank Corps

"Their name liveth for evermore."


Stone plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.

The Lord Richard
Wellesley
Captain of No.3 Compy.
1st Battalion
Grenadier Guards
2nd son of Arthur
4th Duke
of Wellington
Born 30 Sept. 1879
Killed 29 Oct. 1914
at Ypres, Belgium
fighting in the
Great War against
the Germans
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His wife Nesta set this
stone here in his memory

Marble plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.

To the Glory of God
and the beloved memory of
Hugh Frederic North
Captain 4th Battalion
(Territorial) Hampshire Regiment
who was killed in action at
El Hanna in Mesopotamia
January 21st 1916
Aged 28 years.

Animo et fide