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9.5.99

SWANMORE

Stone cross on road junction on edge of St. Barnabus' churchyard

TO THE
GLORY OF GOD
AND IN LOVING
MEMORY OF THE
SWANMORE MEN
WHO GAVE
THEIR LIVES
FOR THEIR COUNTRY
1914 - 1918



A.R. AINSLEY
G.F.W. APPS
S.S. BARNES
A.F. BLANCH
F.B. BROOKE
W. EMERY
C. FLOWERS
A.H. GODWIN
G.E. GODWIN
H. GODWIN
G.M. HODGSON
H.D. HEWITT
G.A. HINGOTT
V.M. HORNER
J.W. KENNETT
A. MACLEAN
E.G. MACK
W. MEARS
A.C. MURRANT
R.A. POLAND
E.W. PINK
J.G. PINK
E. REEVES
H. REEVES
F.G. SHEPPARD
W. SHEPPARD
E. TARGETT
J.H. TRIVETT
F. TERRY
A.L. WEARN
E.C. WESTON
W.H. WOODS
J.E. WARREN
R.S. WHITE
T.J. WHITING

Stone/marble plaque on wall in St. Barnabus' Church.

In thankful remembrance of
Walter Barrington Medlicott
Architect, born 12th Oct. 1872.
He served in the Great War 1914-1919
and died a captive in Cilicia
18th Sept. 1920
Requisecat in Pace

Modern roll of honour of both wars (published 2002) in a display cabinet.
As there is so much information in the book it has not been reproduced here.