Men of Bagshot
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- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
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Inscriptions are round the steps of the base. Top & Second steps: WW1 names // Third step: Second World War 1939 - 1945 and WW2 names. // Bottom step (front): To the men of Bagshot/ who gave their lives/ for their country/ 1914-1919.
Pte C Taylor R W Surrey, Pte G Trueman 8th Queens RWS, Pte J White 1/5th Queens RWS, Pte J White 1/5th Queens RWS (2 correct), Pte B Wickens 5th Queens RWS, Pte C W Wood 1st Middx, Frederick Parker Royal Engineers, Philip Herridge RNVR, Jack Herbert White RAF, Roy T Humphreys RAF, Capt C J Cockburn MC 6th JATS IA, Lieut C H E Varndell Queens RWS, 2nd Lieut J Cockburn 1st R Warwick, Sergt F C Butler 2nd Co of London, Sergt J Clements MM Queens RWS, Capt T A Abbott RFA, Sergt A Wheeler 2nd Berks, Sergt C W Taylor 9th Lancers, Sergt H Venn DCM 2nd R Berks, Sergt A Weeks 2nd R Berks, C P O G Weeks R Navy, Cpl D T May 1st Queens RWS, Pte J A Parker 7th Queens, Cadet A D Macdermott Royal Navy, Darcy Clifford Francis R Glo'ster Hussars, John Thompson McKellar Anderson VC DSO A&S Highlanders, Robert Rose The Queens RWS, Cpl H E Stevens 1/5th Queens RWS, L/Cpl H Brown Queens RWS, LCpl G Hall R Irish, L/Cpl SS Wroth 3rd Middx, Pte W E Beesley Queens RWS, Frederick John Cherry RAF, Leslie George Flynn RAF, Thomas Moran RA, William James Evans RAF, DRvr W H Davis RFA, Pte H Domoney 1/5th Buffs, Pte F Draper 1/3rd London, Pte R Draper AOC, RFmn B C Draper 10th KRRC, Joseph Fortuna Hants Regt, Pte J C Catfield 1st R Berks, Pte S Harrington C G, Pte F H Kircher 1st Queens RWS, Sig A G Knapp 7th R F, Pte F J Moth 1st R Berks, Pte R J Paice Q O Beds H, Pte F G Rose 1/5 Queens RWS, Sap F G Robinson RE, Pte H A M Rowe N Staffs, Pte B Searle 2nd L N Lancs, Pte G E Smithers 27th NORTHmrdF, Pte G E Soan 2nd C M Rifles, Pte J W Stennet 2nd Machstrs, Pte G W Sumner R Berks, Pte S Taylor 2nd Yorks.
Grade II (England)