Glazed hand written scroll on wall in St Mary's Church, last three columns on right.

In loving and honoured memory of those
from the parishes of St. Mary and Holy Trinity
Southampton, who gave their lives in the
two World Wars: 1914 - 1918 and 1939 - 1945

Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends


George Angell
Kelkin Angell
James Annels
Alfred Arris
Walter Averson
William Barnes
Walter Barton
James Beer
Albert Bennett
Herbert Blake
James Blake
Cecil Blundell
William Boyland
W. Brehaut
Fred Bull
Alfred Butler
Donald Cahill
Peter Casey
Joseph Chambers
Wilfred Cleal
Charles Cole
A.H. Collett
Edward Collins
Leslie Collins
Richard Crawshaw
Arthur Cummins
Victor Cutler
Bert Dagnell
Arthur Davidge
Henry Davis
Norman Dragon
Harry Eade
William Early
Aubrey Easter
Sidney Etheridge
William Evans
Thomas Eyres

St.Mary's & Holy Trinity

Dennis Fairweather
Jack Fanstone
Peter Faulkner
George Ford
Leslie Foreman
Frank Fruen
John Fruen
Dorothy Furber
William Gillett
George Gilley
Frank Gould
Fred Griffiths
George Hannant
Aubrey Harris
Charles Harris
George Hayes
Harry Hearl
Robert Hooper
Albert James
George Richard James
Ronald Johnson
Allan Jones
Edwin Jones
Dennis Kelly
James Kelly
Jack Kimber
William King
Alfred Knight
Henry Knowles
Frederick Lane
Kenneth Lee
Edwin Lewis
Douglas Lloyd
Kenneth Macey
Ronald Macey
William Maggs
William Matthews


Lindsay Macmillan
Enos Parkes
James Peacock
Alfred Pearce
Charles Pilcher
Robert Pointer
William Pratt
Gordon Pritchard
Stephen Proudley
John Reeves
William Reeves
Arthur Richardson
George Savage
Ernest Seward
Henry Seward
Kenneth Smallbone
Henry Smith
Arthur Stark
Edward Stripp
George Tanner
Henry Tanner
Leonard Tanner
Edward Taylor
Stanley Tetley
John Tudor
Edward Twelvetrees
Edmund Verran
Charles Wall
Charles Wallbridge
William Wallbridge
Percy Walters
C.B. Wilson
Alfred Worthy
William White
Fred Wyeth
William Young

Small brass plaque under glazed frame.

They shall not grow old
as we that are left grow old.

Age shall not weary them
nor the years condem.

At the going down of the sun
and in the morning

We Will Remember Them