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Stone cross in churchyard of St John the Baptist Church
These all died in faith
not having received
but having seen them
wherefore God is not
ashamed to be called
for he hath prepared
for them a city.
1939 - 1945
|R.H. Vaughan. S.A. Paddock. F.C. Paddock. A.E. Hillier. P.W.J. Worlock. D.B. Falconer. K.J. Falconer. W.P.H. O'Neill. E.J. Ainslie Williams.|
Stone plaque on wall under Great War memorial in St John the Baptist Church.
Also of the following
who gave their lives in the World War 1939 - 1945.
Ronald Harry Vaughan, A.B
Stanley Alfred Paddock, Stoker R.N
Frederick Charles Paddock, Air Mechanic Fleet Air Arm
Major Arthur Edmonds Hillier, North Staffs Regt. Att'd. D.L.I
Lieut. Peter Walter John Worlock, South Staffs & Nigeria Regt
Wing Commander Donald Buchan Falconer, R.A.F.V.R
Flt.Lieut. Keith James Falconer, R.A.F.V.R
Flt.Sergt. William Patrick Heremon O'Neill, Pathfinder Force R.A.F
Flt.Lieut. Edward Julian Ainsley Williams, R.A.F.V.R