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5.4.2006

NATELY SCURES

Stone plaque on wall in St Swithun's Church.

In grateful memory of the men
of Nately Scures who laid down
their lives for King and Country
in the Great War 1914 - 1918

F.F. Bond
G. Brooks
C.F. Brown
E. Cooper

G.F. Gregory
C.D. Grimes
F.M. Masterman
H.R. Morris
H.A. Pearcey

H.C. Roberts
J.S. Roberts
S.R. Robinson
T.W. Shipway

This tablet is dedicated by parishioners and friends

+ Their name liveth for evermore +


Stone monument on roadside on green area between the villages of Nately Scures and Newnham. Two panels on front. The monument is for both villages.

+
Our Glorious Dead
R.N.

Midship'n F.G. Matthews

R.M.L.I.

Pte. W.J. Champion

R.E.

Corpl. J.S. Roberts

The Queens

L.Corpl. E.J.Holdup

The Kings Own

2nd Lt. T.M. Marker

R.Fus.

Sergt. S.J. Morris

Lincs. Regt

L.Corpl. C.H. Robinson

R.Innis.Fus.

Pte. G. Brooks
- V. Morris

Glos.Regt

- J. Willis

Hants Regt

- C.F. Brown
- E. Cooper
- H. Englefield
- W. Gubby
- H.C. Lane
- W.G. Lane
- H.A. Pearcey
- T.W. Shipway
L.Corpl. C.H. Stent
Pte. H. Young

R.Berks Regt

Lt. G.F. Gregory
Pte. J. Lever

London Regt

L.Corpl. F.F. Bond
Pte. C.D. Grimes
- A. Holdup

Lab.Corps

- A.J. Clark

Gurkha Rif.

Capt. G.A. Maconchy

R.A.F.

Air Mec. F. Stringer

Can. Inf.

Sgt.Maj. H.R. Morris

N.Z.R.

Pte. A.V. Fitchett

A.D. 1920
This stone of remembrance was
raised in honour of the men
of the parishes of
Newnham and Nately Scures
who laid down their lives for
their country
in the Great War.