junction with Esher Place Avenue, Esher Green and Church Street
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- Second World War (1939-1945)
Grants to support the repair and conservation of war memorials are available from the charity War Memorials Trust if it has raised funds. Support is focused on war memorials in Very bad or Poor condition or where there is a serious Concern.
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The Great War 1914-19. Those whom this cross commemorates were numbered among the men who at the call of King and country left all that was dear to them, endured hardness, faced danger and finally passed out of the sight of men by the path of duty and self-sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom.
WWI names: James Anderton, Harry Arnold, Horace Attree, William C Baker, Edwin Bantoft, Birt Wilfred Beckett, Alfred Bicker, R St Clair Blakey, Malcolm Blest, Thomas W Blott, Jesse Boxall, William E Boxall, Albert Broad, Alfred F Bullen, Leonard Burch, Arthur Card, Harold S Charrett, Wilfred Clark, Tom V Clift, Frederick Colleau, George J Cope, Henry J Cox, Albert Craven, Godfrey Cross, William Davis, Frederick J Dawes, Murray S Downs, James E Eastwood, Harry Feakes, Cyril H Fitzsimmons, Harry Fleet, Ivan Fleet, William L Flippance, Lawton S Ford, Walter K Frewen, Frank Haggis, Sydney Harris, George K Heasler, Alfred J C Hodges, William J Holloway, Stewart Horton, John Howell, Henry Ive, Scarlin Lasenby, Walter Light, Arthur Ernest Male, Frederick Martin, John H Maull, Robert Mills, William Montague, John C Morgan, Arthur Moss, J Munday, Thomas Munday, William Munday, Reginald E S Plowman, Berwick Pocock, Norman Pocock, Sydney Ralph, Wilfred J Ralph, Stanley Newman Ripley, Harold Arthur Rouse, Leopold V A Royle, William A Saunders, Charles S Shilson, Walter Simmonds, Horace Squelch, Leslie F Symes, A Talbot, Henry J Thomas, Thomas G Thompson, Albin Tomkins, George Tompkins, William Kennedy Trollope, Albert Turner, Percy Tyrrell, Reginald Valder, Reginald White, Archibald Wilson, Albert Wood, Lewis Wooldridge. 1939-1945: IN EQUAL HONOUR THESE ALSO DIED FOR FREEDOM- Percy C ALDRIDGE, Frederick E ANSLOW, Oscar G BACKSHELL, Eric H BAERT, William HI BELL, Robert L BELL, E Lyon BERTHON, Oscar BROOKBANK, Robert H CALE, Gordon CLARK. IN EQUAL HONOUR THESE ALSO DIED FOR FREEDOM- Charles E COKER, Jesse H COLLINGS, David C CONNOR, Walter WG DAGWELL, Mabel E DAWE, Michael O DAVENPORT, Donald HF DALTON, William FAIRFIELD, Frederick G FOSTER, Ada GRACE. Terence H GREENALL, Thomas GRIFFITHS, John C HARRIS, Lawrence G HILL, Peter L HOAD, Herbert H(?) HOWELL, William HUTCHES(?), Trevor HYDES, Charles E JOHNSON, Arthur B(or G?) JONES, Maurice A LOVELL, Charles L(or I?) MARTIN, Antony MOORE. Robert MORRIS, Geoffrey N RACKLEY, James RADBONE, William T RICHARDS, Allen H SALTER, Victor H SAUNDERS, David IH STENT,Winifred M STOVELL, John G TAYLOR, Gerald TICKNER, Peter WHINNEY, John H WHITEHORN, StJ Graham YOUNG.
Grade II (England)