Stone cross just inside entrance to churchyard.

In Grateful Memory of
those from this Parish
who gave their lives for their Country
in the Great War 1914-1919

Lieut. W.M. Allen
Lieut. S.H.H. Allen
2nd Lieut. C.H. Hoare
L/Cpl. F. Lee
Rfm. F. Banting

Gnr. A.G. Bowley
Pte. R.O. Loder
Pioneer. H.S. Simpkins
Pte. E. Simpkins
Rfm. A.S. Witt

Pte. H.J. Allen

Framed scroll on wall in alcove in All Saints Church.


In memory of those who were Killed in Action or Died on Active
Service whilst serving their King and Country

1914 - 1918 War

Private H.J. Allen.
Lieutenant. S.H.H. Allen.
Lieutenant. W.M. Allen.
Rifleman. F. Banting.
Gunner H.H. Blanchard.

Gunner. A.G. Bowley.
Private. W. Creed.
2nd Lieutenant. C.H. Hoare.
Lance Corporal. F. Lee.
Private. R.O. Loder.

Private. E. Simpkins.
Pioneer. H.S. Simpkins.
Chief Petty Officer J. Talmage.
Rifleman. A.S. Witt
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(Then WW2 names)

'Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends'

Marble/tile plaque on wall in All Saints Church.

In loving memory of
Stephen Henry Hammans Allen
Lieut 3rd/5th Devon Regiment
killed in action at Harbonnieres, France
March 27th 1918. Aged 23 years
Youngest and last surviving son of
George B. Allen and Minnie Allen,
of Upper Clactford.
"Faithful unto death."

Marble/tile plaque on wall in All Saints Church.

In memory of
Lieut. William Maxey Allen
Machine-Gun Officer
13th Northumberland Fusiliers.
Killed in action on Hill 70 France.
September 26th 1915. Aged 23 years.
This tablet is erected as a token of
affection and esteem by his colleagues in
The Brazilian Warrant Company, Santos, Brazil.
"Called to higher service."