Stone cross in churchyard of St Nicholas' Church

Inscription around bottom underneath panels.

1914 - 1919 To
the glorious
memory of
the men of
Wickham who
fought and
fell for Faith
and Freedom

First panel.

A. Adams F. Ball
G. Beckett H. Budden
L. Burt C. Carpenter
J. Carpenter-Garnier
W. Churcher G. Cooper
V. Douglas-Jones W. Dredge

Second panel.

W. Dyer W. Epps C. Ford
G. Froud W. Gregory
W. Hall S. Hall
F. Harding G. Harding
B. Hawkins A. Head
B. Johnson J. Jones

Third panel.

W. Kear G. Matthews
F. Molyneux J. Molyneux
J. Ozard F. Parkins
D. Porteous R. Powell
F. Pratt E. Privett
G. Privett C. Radclyffe

Fourth panel.

C. Savage R. Shawyer
S. Sheffield A. Shepherd
A. Short E. Simpson
F. Stacey W. Warren
H. Weeks G. Weyman
W. Winwood J. Young

Also in the churchyard is the memorial to Knowle Hospital members who fell.

When the hospital closed in 1995, this being the parish church, it was placed here.
It was then moved back to Knowle Hospital.
See KNOWLE HOSPITAL for a picture and inscription of the memorial.

Wooden shrine on wall in St Nicholas' Church

A.H. Adams. Private. 2nd Dorset Regt.
F.R. Ball. ' ' Royal Warwickshire Regt.
G. Beckett. Sapper. Royal Engineers.
H. Budden. Lce Cpl. 14th Hants Regt.
L. Burt. Coy Sergt.Maj. 2nd Batt. Kings Royal Rifles.
C.H. Carpenter. H.M.S. Black Prince.
W. Churcher.
G. Cooper. Private. 14th Hants Regt.
W.E.V. Douglas-Jones. 2nd Lieut. 33rd Battry Royal Field Arty.
W. Dredge. Private. Royal Marines.
W.G. Dyer. ' ' Sherwood Foresters.
W. Epps. ' ' 2nd Royal West Surrey Regt.
C.E. Ford. ' ' Sherwood Foresters.
G. Froud. ' ' 11th Royal Sussex Regt.
J.T. Carpenter-Garnier. Major. Scots Guards.
W.A. Gregory. Lce Cpl. Royal West Kent Regt.
S. Hall. Private. Hants Regt.
W. Hall. ' ' Royal Marines.
F.G. Harding. Cook's Mate. H.M.S. Broke.
G.P. Harding. Chief Stoker. H.M.S. Good Hope.
B. Hawkins. Private. 2nd Devon Regt.
A. Head. H.M.S.Yarmouth.
B. Johnson.
J. Jones. Private. Wiltshire Regt.
W. Kear. ' ' Royal Marines.
G. Matthews. ' ' 62nd. Bde. Royal Field Artillery.
F. Molyneux. Lce Cpl. 25th Batt. Machine Gun Corps.
J. Molyneux. Private. 8th Batt. Rifle Brigade.
J.P. Ozard. ' ' 1st Gloster Regt.
F. Parkins. ' ' 8th Somerset Light Infantry.
D.M. Porteous. Capt. 1st Argyll & Sutherland Highrs.
R.C.ff.Powell. 2nd Lieut. 2nd Batt: Highland Light Infry.
F. Pratt. Q.M. Merchant Service.
E. Privett. Private. Royal Marines.
G. Privett. ' ' Royal Marines.
D.F. Privett. ' ' Australian Imp: Force.
C.E. Radclyffe. Lt Colonel. 11th Batt: Essex Regt. Late Rifle Bde.
J.C. Savage. Private. 15th Hants Regt.
R.G. Shawyer. ' ' 1st Dorset Regt.
Surtees Sheffield. 2nd Lieut. Hants Regt.
A. Shepherd. Private. Labour Corps.
A.V. Short. ' ' 1st Canadian Regt.
E. Simpson. ' ' 1st Hants Regt.
F. Stacey. Driver Army Service Corps.
J.W. Warren. Private. 5th Lancers.
H. Weeks. ' ' Royal Warwickshire Regt.
G.H. Weyman. Gunner. Royal Field Arty.
W. Wimwood. Able Seaman. H.M.S. Good Hope.
J. Young. Private. Hants Regt.

Small brass plaque at bottom of shrine in center.

This shrine is given by his widow
in ever loving memory of
Lt.Col. Charles Edward Radclyffe D.S.O.
who was killed at Loos Sept. 26th 1915
while commanding 11th Batt'ln. Essex Regt.

Brass plaque on wall in St Nicholas' Church.

Sacred to the memory of
Colonel Charles Edward Radclyffe, D.S.O.
Rifle Brigade & Essex Regt.
only son of
Charles Edward & Constance Albuera Radclyffe
killed at Hulluch, France
September 26 1915 - aged 50.

Brass plaque on wall in St Nicholas' Church.

to the Glory of God
and in loving memory of
John Trefusis
Major Scots Guards
eldest son of
John & Mary Carpenter-Garnier
of Rookesbury Park
Born Feb. 2nd 1874
mortally wounded
at the Battle of the Aisne
France. Sept. 14th 1914
died Sept 15th 1914
Resquiescat in Pace

Marble plaque on wall in St Nicholas' Church.

In loving memory of
William Eric Vyvian Douglas-Jones
2nd Lieut. 33rd Battery Royal Field Artillery
bleoved only son of
William and Maude Douglas-Jones
of The Croft Wickham
mortally wounded at Neuve Chapelle
14th January
died at Estaires France 15th January 1915
aged 19
"I thank my God upon every remembrance of you."

Marble plaque on wall in St Nicholas' Church.

To the Glory of God
and in loving memory of
Frances Isabella
widow od
Rear Admiral J.F.B. Wainwright
and daughter of the late
Rear Admiral Sir Francis Collier
born 1818 * died 1916
also of
John Ballard Berkeley Ford
Captain 2nd Royal West Kent Regt.
grandson of the above
who died in France 16th Feb. 1917
of wounds received in action
aged 29 years
and is buried at Dernancourt
only child of
Major General Sir Richard Ford
Mors janua Vitae.

Brass plaque on wall in St Nicholas' Church.

To the bleoved memory of
Fanny Woodroffe Hicks
widow of G.W. Hicks & Dau: of J. Wayte
who entered into rest Dec. 21st 1917
to the dear memory of
Surtees Sheffield.
Lieut. 2nd Hampshire Regt.
who fell at Achi-Baba. aug: 6th 1915
Make them to be numbered with thy saints.

Brass plaque on wall in St Nicholas' Church.

In ever loving memory of
Frederick A. Hawker
of Wickham
died June 1st 1893
aged 42
also of his elder son
Arthur F.B. Hawker
died September 29th 1886
aged 10
and of his younger son
C.W. Seymour Hawker
Lieutenant Hampshire Regiment
died of illness contracted
during the War March 13th 1918
aged 29
also of his younger daughter
Rene Laura Maud Hawker
died April 9th 1919
* Resurgam *