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WEST TYTHERLEY

Green marble tablet on wall in St Peter's Church.

To the glory of God and in honoured and loving
memory of those men of this parish
who fell in the Great War 1914 - 1919.

Baugh, John Mouland, William

Bristow, William Noyce, George

Chalker, William Paulett, Samuel

Cleverley, Ernest Pragnell, Arthur

Cummins, Alfred Pragnell, Ernest

Dyer, Frederick Pragnell, Gilbert

Edwards, George Read, Frederick

Elkins, Walter James Stone, George

Holman, William Webb, Lewis

Kendall, Ernest Whitehorn, Charles

Longsdon, Alfred

"Their name liveth for evermore."



Brass plaque on wall in St Peter's Church.

In ever loving memory of
Sapper William Alfred Bristow, R.E.
who died serving in the Great War
on the 9th Day of September, 1918.
Aged 29 years,
and buried at Baghdad.
A dear son and brother, a choir boy
and confirmed in this church
"Christ is risen."



Stone monument in remembrance garden in village.

The Great War.
1914 - 1919.
Erected by inhabitants of this parish,
in memory of our gallant dead, in honour
of those who served, and in thanksgiving
to Almighty God, who gave us the victory.

Commonwealth War Graves in churchyard.

E. Cleverley
Ordinary Seaman, RN. SS/7863
H.M.S. "Redoubtable"
23rd April 1918 Age 19

The Lord giveth
the Lord taketh
blessed be his name

14541 Private
W.C. Mouland
Wiltshire Regiment
25th January 1918 Age 22

Rest in peace