Stone tablet in the form of a book in front of the Great War memorial on bank by road junction

A. Ashley
R. Bone
W. Conduct
E. Daysh
T. Emery
A. Franklyn
W. Fisher
R. Hallifax
M. Hills
E. Keeble
P. Keeble
L. Keith
O. Lancaster
A. Lipscombe
L. Lipscombe
E. McDonald
H. McDonald
W. Perry
W. Robinson

S. Scott
H. Scott
A. Smith
C. Thomas
H. Thomas
D. Titheridge
F. Wooldridge
Miss Medlicott
T. Cawte

Under tablet:


Wooden roll of honour on wall in St John the Baptist Church to both wars.
(WW1 names start on left, WW2 start about the middle.)

Roll of honour
1914 - 1918 1939 - 1945

Archibald Ashley.
Robert Bone.
Trevor Cawte.
William Conduct.
Edward Daysh.
Trevor Emery.
Anthony Franklyn.
William Fisher.
Hugo Garmoyle.
Ronald Hallifax.
Michael Hills

Eric Keeble.
Peter Keeble.
Leonard Keith.
Owen Lancaster.
Arthur Lipscombe.
Leonard Lipscombe.
Ernest McDonald.
Henry McDonald.
Margery Medlicott.
William Perry.
William Robinson.

Sydney Scott.
Harry Scott.
Arthur Smith.
Christopher Thomas.
Herbert Thomas.
Derrell Titheridge.
Frederick Wooldridge.

Commonwealth War Graves in churchyard.

W.E. Fisher
Chief Petty Officer, R.N.
H.M.S. "Cyclops"
26th April 1945 Age 39

Dearest, in memory's garden
we meet every day.

H.W. Thomas
30th Hampshire Bn.
Home Guard
5th October 1943 Age 33.

Only those
who have lost a loved one
can tell the pain of parting
without farewell.

794755 L. Bdr.
D.C.J. Titheridge
Royal Artillery
12th September 1939 Age 24

Farewell until we meet.