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26.3.2005

UPPER CLATFORD

Stone cross by churchyard gate of All Saints Church.

Also in Grateful Memory of
those from this parish
who gave their lives for their
Country during 1939-1945.

Flt. Sergt. Creed.
Flt. Engineer B.D.G. Dear.
Flt. Engineer R.H. Dear.
Corporal J. Dudman

Private F. Bradby.
A.C.1. R. Gale.
Able Seaman W. Hicks.
Bdr. E. Brooks.

Private W. Pearce.

Framed scroll on wall in alcove in church.


ROLL OF HONOUR

In memory of those who were Killed in Action or Died on Active
Service whilst serving their King and Country

(now WW1 names)

1939 - 1945 War

Private. F. Bradby.
Bombardier. E. Brooks.
Flight Sergeant W.G. Creed.

Ld. Aircraftman. B.D.G. Dear.
Sergeant. R.H. Dear.
Corporal. J. Dudman.

Aircraftman 1st Class R. Gale.
Able Seaman. W. Hicks.
Private. W. Pearce.

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

Commonwealth War Graves in churchyard.

571852 Ldg. Aircraftman
B.D.G. Dear
Flight Engineer
Royal Air Force
7th June 1942 Age 20

"They shall not grow old
as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them,
nor the years condemn"

570241 Sergeant
R.H. Dear
Flight Engineer
Royal Air Force
10th December 1941 Age 22

"They shall not grow old
as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them,
nor the years condemn"

Private
C. Pearce
1st Hampshire Bn.
Home Guard
1st August 1942 Age 34

We miss him
but how sadly
our fond hearts
alone can tell. R.I.P.

Private War Grave in churchyard

In loving memory
of our dear son
Private
William Henry Lansley
1st Battalion
Hants Home Guard Regt.
who fell asleep
May 7th 1942
Aged 24 years