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26.8.2005

NEW MILTON

Stone cross by recreation ground in town, names on faces of plinth.

New bronze plaque on front face of memorial.

In memory of
those of this parish
who gave their lives
in the Great Wars
1914 - 1918, 1939 - 1945
(Now World War 2 names)

They died for freedom and honour

Great War names on sides of plinth.

Right hand side
plinth face.


Thomas.Andrews
Edgar.Lawrence
Bertram.Peckham
Walter.Clarke
George.A.Southwell

George.Collins
James.Whitcher
Archibald.H.Mankelow
John.Cross
Norman.Bardsley
Ernest.Joyce
George.Rolls
Alfred.Derham
William.Whitcher
George.Preston
Aaron.Sherred
Arthur.Legg
William.Rickman
Sidney.Harnett
Sidney.G.Gilbert

Back
plinth face.


Frederick.E.Gilbert
Frederick.J.Toms
William.J.Legg
W.John.Clarke
Robert.W.Clarke
William.Flay
Albert.Sque
Philip.Cox
Jack.Cooper
Alfred.E.Skinner
Frederick.Whitcher
J.A.Rickman
Henry.Flay
Ivor.Forward
Bert.French
Herbert.Scott
George.Andrews
Frederick.Derham
Henry.Rickman
Joseph.Compton
Harold.C.Way
Harry.Foster

Left hand side
plinth face.

Josiah.Joyce
Charles.Feltham
Ernest.A.Blackmur
Edwin.Lambert
Frank.Carter
Harry.Day
Ernest.E.Dodge
William.C.Peckham
William.Toms
John.Davis
Tom.C.Powell
Frank.Dowland
Fred.Rickman
Harold.Paris
Walter.Compton
William.J.Whitcher
William.Hayward
Walter.L.Clinton
Charles.K.V.Brown
Dennis.Cressey
William.Tosdevine


Stone with bronze table on at the two entrances to the park/recreation ground - both identical.

New Milton
War Memorial
Recreation Ground

provided by public
subscription and donation
in memory of the men and
women of New Milton
who gave their lives
in the service of their
country during the first
World War
1914 - 1918

"We will remember them"

Stone donated by:
New Milton Sand & Ballast Company
Established 1936



Brass tablet on wall in St Mary Magdalene Church.

To the Glory of God
and in honoured memory of
the men of this parish
who fell in the Great War

1914

Pte. T. Andrews 1st Hants Oct. 30 Ldg.Stkr. B. Peckham R.N. Nov. 1
A.B. E. Lawrence R.N. Nov. 1 Pte. W. Clarke 1st Hants " 11
Pte. G.A. Southwell 1st Dorsets Nov. 26

1915

Sgt. G. Collins 4th K.R.R.C.March 1 Pte. G. Rolls 10th Hants Aug. 12
Pte. J. Whitcher 2nd Hants Apr. 14 " W. Whitcher 13th " " 13
Lieut. A.H. Mankelow M.C. I.E.F. May 14 " G.F. Preston A.I.F. "
Pte. W.J. Tosdivine 1st S.W.B. " 25 " A. Legg 1st Hants " 25
" J. Cross 2nd Hants June 7 L/Cpl. W. Rickman " " " 29
" E. Joyce " " Aug. 6 Cpl. S. Harnett R.E. Sep. 25
Gnr. N. Bardsley R.N. " 9 Pte. S.G. Gilbert 2nd Hants Oct. 6
Pte. A. Sherred 10th Hants " 10 " F.E. Gilbert 2nd Dorsets Nov. 29
Pte. A. Derham " " " " F.J. Toms 10th Hants Dec. 2

1916

Pte. W.J. Legg 1st Hants Jan. 2 Capt. J. Cooper R.F.C. July 21
Gnr. W.J. Clarke R.G.A. Apr. 10 Pte. F. Whitcher 2nd Hants Aug. 9
Pte. W.J. Clarke 1st Hants May 16 " J.A. Rickman 2nd Dorsets " 18
1stP.O. W.J. Flay R.N. " 31 " F. Derham " "
Ldg.Gnr.A.E. Skinner R.N. " " " I. Forward 11th Hants Sep. 9
Pte. D. Kitcher 1st E.Yorks July 1 " H. Flay C.E.F. " 19
" A. Sque 1st Hants " " " B. French 14th Hants Oct. 20
" P. Cox 2nd " " 7 " H. Scott 7th R.F. Nov. 13
1st P.O. G. Andrews R.N. Dec. 3

1917

Pte. H. Rickman 1st Hants Apr. 12 Gnr. J. Joyce R.F.A. July 7
" J. Compton 2nd Hants " 14 Pte. C. Feltham 1st Hants Oct. 13
" H.C. Way 65th M.G.C. " 27 2nd Lieut. D.J. Bressey R.F.A. " 14
" H. Foster 15th Warwicks May 5 Sgt. E.A. Blackmur " " "

1918

Pte. E. Lambert 10th Hants March 3 Pte. F. Dowland 8th Glos. Sep. 22
" F. Carter R.M.L.I. " 25 " F. Rickman 4th Worcs. " 29
" H.A. Day 2nd Worcs. " " " W. Compton 1st Glos. Oct. 6
" E.E. Dodge 14th Hants " " Major H. Paris M.C. R.G.A. " "
" W. Peckham A.I.F. Apr. 7 " C.K. Valentine-Brown I.A. " 25
" W. Toms 2nd Devons " 30 Pte. W.J. Whitcher 2nd Wilts. Nov. 5
" J. Davis 1st Norfolks Aug. 21 Sgt. W. Hayward M.M. 38th M.G.C. " 8
Bomr. T.C. Powell R.G.A. Sep. 14 Capt. W.L. Clinton 2nd K.R.R.C. " 22

+ Their name liveth for evermore +

Brass/bronze tablet with wooden surround on wall in St Mary Magdalene Church.

To the Glory of God
and in loving memory of
Harold Graham Paris., M.C. and Bar, Major R.G.A.
who after four years on active service
was killed on 6th October, 1918.
at Estrees, France
while aiding a wounded soldier of his battery.
Aged 31 years.