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Stone gateway entrance to St George the Martyr churchyard with inscription on arch and 2 plaques on inside of gate pillers
Marble plaque with wooden surround in the porch of St George the Martyr Church.
The war memorial clock was
re-erected in this tower 1969
To the Glory of God and in
memory of the gallant men
and women who fell in the
Great War of 1914 - 1918
Bronze plaque on wall in the Lady Chapel of St George the Martyr Church.
The east window
was erected by
Ella M. Hulbert
in loving memory of
who died June 16th 1922
and of their son
2nd Lieut. 18th Royal Hussars
killed in France
August 8th 1918
Brass plaque with wooden backing on wall at back of St George the Martyr Church.
To the dear and honoured memory of
Emily Caroline Napier M.B.E.
Member of the Belgian Order of Queen Elizabeth.
Fifth daughter of General William Napier
of Oaklands Stakes Hill.
Commandant of the Waterlooville Red Cross Hospital
during the Great War 1914-1919.
She passed through the veil on the 25th Nov:1919.
From the unreal lead me to the Real,
From darkness lead me to Light,
From death lead me to Immortality.
This tablet is erected by a few of her
many friends whose wish it is that her spirit
of untiring courage and self-sacrifice may live
on as an inspiration and an example to all
both now and in the years to come.
Commonwealth War Grave in churchyard.