Stone cross on roadside just outside St Mary's Churchyard, WW2 names on a seperate stone slab in front of the cross.

1939 - 1945

C.H.Barnes R.E.
N.Boyce C.Gds.
L.F.J.Brownen R.Hamps.R.
W.J.F.Bull R.A.F.
A.J.Davies Queens Bays.
G.Ferguson R.N.V.R.
J.G.Greening R.A.F.
G.H.Hatch R.A.F.
P.E.Hibberd R.Tank.R.
D.T.Lanaghan E.Surrey.R.
A.J.Lawford R.A.F.
W.Long R.A.
F.C.V.Murray R.N.V.R.
J.Parsons Queens R.Rifles.
W.A.Philps R.Sussex.R.
H.G.Reynolds R.A.F.
R.G.Shaw R.A.F.
W.H.Young R.Sussex.R.

They also gave their lives
that we might live

St. Mary's Church, wooden shrine with closing doors on wall inside church.
(Names are both wars, only those of WW2 have a link)

For God, King and Country.

1914 - 19 1939 - 45

Frank Alford. James Judd

Reginald Andrews. Leslie F. Kemp.

Charles M. Barnes. Charles Kilford.

Tom Barnes. Dennis Lanaghan.

Noah Boyce. Wesley M. Lawrence.

George H. Broomfield. Alfred Lawford.

Lester Brownen. Walter Long.

William J.F. Bull. Stanley G. Masterman.

Frederick J. Burton. Joseph M. Mouland.

Wilfred Collard. Frederick C.V. Murray.

Ian D. Dalrymple. Thomas J. Osman.

Albert J. Davis. Albert Painter.

William Doe. Jocelyn Parsons.

Charles Effery. Albert F. Payne.

Frederick C. Farmer. Frederick D. Peekham.

Reginald Farmer. William A. Philps.

George Ferguson. Harry E. Pritchard.

William Frampton. Gordon Reynolds.

Roland C. Gear. George F. Russell.

John G. Greening. Reginald G. Shaw.

Louis C. Harrison. Talbot F. Stanford.

William F. Harrington. Wilfred J. Thomas.

George Hatch. Richard T. Vachell.

Philip Hibbert. Claude M. White.

William H. Hope. William Young.

Ernest Judd.

Commonwealth War Grave in churchyard.

1452165 Gunner
J.A.B. Patterson
Royal Artillery
6th January 1940 Age 26