Wooden plaque on wall in Christ Church Church.


William Frederick James Brown
John Chillery
Gerald Cooke
Andrew Walter Cox
James Alexander Davies
Basil Cranmer Dening
Sidney Durn
Albert Edgell
Maxwell Elrington
F.C.T. Ewald
Raymond Garratt
George Henry Greenway
Alan Norman Hodgkinson
Michael Hogg
Edward Humphries
William Jarvis
D. Knight
John Walter McKrell
John William Moore
Edgar Alan Pope
Edwin Race
Cecil Frederick Rivers
Albert Robinson
Tom Routh
Hugh Sealy
Graham Simpkin
Lydia Amy Slingo
Thomas Nelson Smith
Charles Richard Tucker
John Wafford
Charles Whitcher
Roderick Alan Young
Civilians killed by enemy action
Mary Ashley
Florence Chapman
Joyce Chapman
Peter Chapman
William John Chapman
William Frank Chapman
Constance Polley

They died that
we might live

Stone plaque on wall in Christ Church Church.

In proud memory of
a dearly loved son
Hugh Victor Plowden Sealy
Major 4/13 (Wildes) Frontier Force Rifles
killed in action in Italy
9th December 1944

Commonwealth War Graves in churchyard.

T/12930 Corporal
T. Routh
Royal Army Service Corps
19th February 1941 Age 37

Fond memories
linger every day
remembrance keeps him near

1177423 Sergeant
C.F.A. Rivers
Wireless Operator/Air Gunner
Royal Air Force
2nd July 1943 Age 22

In death not divided

6095908 Private
A. Edgell
The Queen's Own
Royal West Kent Regiment
1st December 1943 Age 23

For ever with the Lord