Leckhampton War memorial
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- Stone Limestone
- First World War (1914-1918)
- 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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In the Great War 1914-1918To the Imperishable Memory of Their Gallant Dead the People of Leckhampton dedicate this. Away with fear of death dwell on the undyingness beyond.
A. ALDRICH 2/Lt. Worcs. (Italy) R.E. ANGUS Capt. R.F.C. (Bourlon Wood) P.L. BALLINGER Cpl. Glos. (Loos) W.J. BARRETT M.M. Lt. R Warwicks. (Cambrai) L.G. BENDALL Pvt. Herefords (Jerusalem) H. BURFORD Pvt. Lancs. Fus. (Doullens) W.H. CAUDLE Pvt. Lancs. Fus. (Doullens) V.F. CHERRINGTON Pvt. A.S.C. (England) J.R. CHESHIRE Gnr. R.G.A. (Armentieres) A.W.G. ENOCH M.M. L/Cpl. Glos. (Ovillers) H.A. FARRAR Cpl. O.V.R. (Hill 60) A.F. FORDHAM Pvt. Worcs. (Grandcourt) G.C.E. GLOSTER Lt. Devons. (near Ypres) F.W. HALL Pvt. Wilts. (England) G.C. HUNT Pvt. Worcs. (England) A.F.V. HUNT Pvt. R.I.F. (France) H.E. LACEY Sgt. Glos. (Aixe-Sur-Lys) E.A. LARNER Cpl. Yorks. & Lancs. (Ypres) J.F. LEFAUX 2/Lt. R.H.A. (Ledegham) A. MOORMAN Pvt. R.Berks. (France) W.E. MOULDER Pvt. Queens (Bullecourt) F.C. MURPHY Pvt. Glos (France) A.O. PRITCHETT Cpl. Gnr. M.G.C. (Wyschaete) M.D. QUILL Capt. R.M.A. (Haslar Hospital) F.W. REILLY Pvt. Glos. (England) T.C. RICHINGS Gnr. R.F.A. (Morelies Wood) A.G. SIDDALL A.B. R.N.D. (France) J.M. STAINES R.S.M. R.B. (Delville Wood) H.G. SUMMERS Pvt. Glos. (Pr in Germany) A.R. SUMMERS Pvt. G.G. (Caterham Bks.) E.J. THOMPSON C.O.M.S. G.G. (Ypres) S.B. THOMPSON S.M. Lancers (Neuve Chapelle) C.G. WINSTONE L.Cpl. Camerons (Festhubert) G.F. DELMAR-WILLIAMSON Lt. R.F.C. (England) C.A.J. WARD Lt. I.A.R. (Hosp. S. Vita. Red Sea) Note: some initials and the spelling of a name have been corrected. Second World War 1939-45 Arthur BAYLEY Peter BRUNSDON Leslie CHANDLER Maurice COLLINS Eric HOLDER Robert HURLEY Alvis LITTLE Frederick George SANDFORD Harry James STEVENSON