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WINCHESTER - ST BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH

Copper plaque in wooden frame on wall in church.

Men of Hyde Parish who gave their lives
in the Great War 1914 - 1918

Frank Alderman Frank Lewington

Arthur Alexander Albert Loader

John Ball Thomas B. Loader

Albert J. Barnes Albert Loder

Harold Barney Stanley Lomer

Jesse W. Bendle Herbert J. Long

Thomas Bosworth Ernest Loveland

Wilfred Bosworth Henry W. Loveland

Wilfred E. Bramble James Lovelock

Harry J. Brewer Geoffrey W. Lund

Albert Brooks Frank Mason

Harry Buckley Arthur J. Matthews

Frederick Bunce Charles Miller

Arthur S. Bush James J. Mitchell

Archibald Chalke Thomas W. Munt

Sydney Callen Cecil Offer

Herbert Collins Thomas Page

John Collins Thomas B. Pearman

Charles Dearlove Percy Perry

Frank Dunn Arthur Phillips

Harold R. Everest Walter Phillips

Reginald B. Everest Charles Phillis

Henry D. Garrett John H. Rowlands

Walter E. Gilmour Ernest H. Rumsey

Herbert J. Ginn Cyril Scott

Charles Gray Edward C. Scott

Harry Gray Sidney Seeviour

Joseph Green John Simmonds

Henry C. Hall Alfred C. Smith

Arthur P. Hamilton Frederick Tyler

Charles Hart William C. Tyler

William A. Hawkins Frederick Verrall

Richard J. Heard Frederick Woods

William Herridge Haviland White

Harry I.House Bertram Wroe

Samuel P. Jeffrey Alfred Wyatt

William Leach Alfred H. Wyatt

Ernest W. Wyatt

Marble plaque on wall in church.

In memory of
James Francis Hewitt
Lieut The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) aged 26
and
William George Hewitt
2nd Lieutenant 3rd Royal Scots aged 22
Both killed in action in France October 1914
sons of the Honble W.J. Hewitt and
grandsons of Lieut General Francis Carey