St Mary's Parishioners - WW1

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Reference WMO/107796


St Mary's Church

Kippington Road


TN13 2LL


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Paper Paper
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Roll of Honour
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ROLL OF HONOUR/[names]/ “O, valiant hearts, who to your glory came/ Through dust of conflict and through battle flame/ Tranquil you lie, your knightly virtue proved/ Your memory hallowed in the land you loved.”

Horatio John Vicat - Lieut. 1st Royal West Kents Thomas Barnett - Royal Fusiliers William James St John Harvey - Brigadier General Black Watch Henry Arthur Poland - Lieut. 1st Attached 3rd Royal West Kents Harry Fulton - Lieut. Light Infantry Arnold Bosanquet Thompson - Capt. R.A.M.C. Edward Mitchell - No 11 Torpedo Boat Cecil Theobald - Lance Corp. 1/8 W. Kent Yeomanry Ernest George Chatfield - King's Royal Rifles Edwin Charles Reynolds - King's Royal Rifles Judith Poland - Frank Draper - 6th R. W. Kents - Arnold Jarvis - 2nd Australian Contingent George Marshall - Australian Contingent Gordon Stewart Field - 2nd. Lieut. 12th Northumberland Fusiliers Silas George Copper - 1st Royal West Kents Geoffrey Harrison - Machine Gun Corps Maurice Hemmant - Lieut. The Rifle Brigade Lionel Henry de Barri Crawshay - 3rd Batt. The Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt. Walter Chatfield - Royal West Kents Frederick Harry Bourne M.M. - Sergt. 13th Batt. A.I.F. Sidney Pidwell - The Queen's Own Oxford shires Thomas E. Colgate - Sapper Royal Engineers - Askew Palmer - 4th Royal West Kents Edwin James Wilkins - L. Corpl. 6th Royal West Kents Frederick Jesse Gibson - 1st Royal West Kents Frederick Herbert Clouting - Serg. 16th. Australian A.S.C. George Harold Pinchin - 2nd. Lieut. Bedfordshires Frederick Holland Vicat - 2nd. Lieut. Duke of Wellingtons Regt. 2nd Batt. Wilfred Dennes M.C. - Capt. Royal Field Artillery Leonard Brooker - King's Royal Rifles Walter Hodder - Cornwall Light Infantry Roger Eykyn Thompson - Capt. Hants. Yeomanry Sidney Herbert Theobald - 11th Middlesex

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