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Reference WMO/120993


Hastings Road

Near junction with Chalket Lane




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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Cenotaph
  • Stone Portland stone
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: The War Memorial was originally unveiled in 1921 with stone carved plaque for WW1. In 1949 two new metal plaques were put on, the WW1 stone plaque was covered by the WW1 metal plaque. On 11.11.18 the new stone carved plaques were unveiled with 8 spelling corrections and one new name added to WW1 Jim H. Woodhams. Corrected names - WW1 Douglas Macdougall ( from Mac-Dougall). Albert McQueen (from Mc'Queen). Albert & Thomas Pentecost ( from Penticost) and Sidney Ratcliffe (from Sydney). WW2 - Edmund Crossley (from Edward). William Parkes ( from Parks) and John Pilbeam ( from Philbeam). The old plaques are due to be mounted outside Pembury School.
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World War One Edward Arnold Harry Mercer Stephen Baldock Walter Morphett George Barden Charles Nurden George Batcheller Joseph Pankhurst Arthur Chatfield Charles Penn Murray Christie DSO Albert Pentecost Harry Clarke Thomas Pentecost James A. Doust Frederick Piper Arthur G. Ellis Albert Prall Albert Field William A. Parkes Charles Fry Percy Ratcliffe William Fry Sidney A. Ratcliffe John Galpin John Raynes Sidney Giles Arthur Roberts John Grainger Harry Roberts Charles Hicks James Sivyer Leslie Kemp D Gordon Smith Samuel Kemp John Stedman Thomas Kemp Stephen Stevens Charles Lawrence Horace J. Stroud MM Charles Leonard Alfred Thompsett Douglas R. MacDougall Victor Valentine Albert A. McQueen Frank Vater Ronald E. Martin Jim H. Woodhams William Martin Harry Young World War Two Vincent Ashford George Hide Richard Bassett-Burr Arthur George Mepham Herbert Frank Brown Francis Murphy Jack George Cavie William Parkes Joseph Clifton Philip Peart Robert Philip Cole John Pilbeam Thomas George Cook Brian Pilgrim Edmund Forbes Crossley Thomas Reader Peter Fenn Clifford George Tapp

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