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21.4.2007

WOOLTON HILL

Stone cross on roadside just outside St Thomas' Churchyard, inscription on base plinth sides.

Top base plinth.

(Left side inscription)



1914

(centre side inscription)

In
thankful memory of
the men of
Woolton Hill
who gave their lives
in the Great War.

(Right side inscription)



1919

Next base plinth.

(Left side inscription)

Bastin. William.
Berry. Henry George.
Bradley. Arthur Edward.
Carter. Walter.
Curnock. George Ashwin.
Deacon. Sidney.
Day. Albert William George.
Egerton-Green. John William.
Egerton-Green. Charles Scroop.

(centre side inscription)

Gale. William.
Gale. Arthur.
Ilott. Henry.
Jerrum. Frank.
Johnson. William.
Kelly. Edward Denis Festus.
Lainsbury. Frank.
Lawrence. Charles.
Little. Arthur.

(Right side inscription)

Palmer. Sidney Charles.
Parsons. Jesse David.
Priddle. Frederick.
Reynolds. James.
Richardson. Ernest.
Rosier. Arthur James.
Scull. Walter Harvey.
Young. Frederick James.
Young. Thomas Albert

(Far right side inscription)

Carter. Frank Ernest.
Willis. Robert Wilfrid.






Marble tablet on wall in St Thomas' Church, with WW2 memorial below.

+
William Bastin
Henry G. Berry
Arthur E. Bradley
George A. Curnock
Frank E. Carter
Walter Carter
Albert W.G. Day
Sidney Deacon
Arthur Gale
William Gale
John W. Egerton-Green
Charles Egerton-Green
Henry Ilott
Frank Jerrum
William Johnson

1914 1919


In
honour & faithful
remembrance of
the men from this
parish who died in
the service of their
country
in the Great War




Jesu mercy

+
E. Denis Festus Kelly
Frank Lainsbury
Charles Lawrence
Arthur Little

Sidney C. Palmer
Jesse D. Parsons
Frederick Priddle
James Reynolds
Ernest Richardson
Arthur J. Rosier
Walter H. Scull
Robert W. Willis
F. James Young
Thomas A. Young