Civil Parish of Winterbourne, Hambrook
- Stone Stone (any)
- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
In memoriam to the glory of God. This cross is erected by the inhabitants of the civil parish of Winterbourne and dedicated in grateful remembrance to our men who gave their lives for us in the Great War 1914-1918 and whoes names are inscribed hereon. 'Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends' John.15.131939-1945 - At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.
FRENCHAY: Herbert George Clifford Francis Albert Cox William Ewert Criddle Alfred Ernest Flux Walter William Gibbs Charles Godwin Albert Fletcher Hughes Albert William Jones Jack Kilby William John Mauler Harry Wadlow Arthur Young Arthur George Criddle WINTERBOURNE DOWN: Frank George Amos George Biggs Tom Biggs Eynon G. R. Bowen Eynon G. A. Bowen James Hugh Coles Herbert Stafford Evans Frank Henry Harcombe Clifford Percy Lloyd George Ernest Lloyd William Graham Luton Edward Frank Maggs George Pincott Leonard George Player George Fitz Worlock Bryan J. Evans John W. Lloyd Roydon W. Burgess Ernest Bainton Arthur Bond Roy Brace John D. Burrough D. Geoffrey J. Coles John C. Guest Colin R. Hewlett George Kingscott Gordon Land William Morton William Wallace WINTERBOURNE :- 1914-1918 Thomas Adams; George Henry Andrews; Percy Buckley; Francis Wilfred Candy; Alden George Collett; Herbert George Goodfield; Francis Henry Goodman; Herbert John Green; Henry G Harmer; Percy Jones; Bert Knapp; Charles H Langley; Edward Lewis; Charles Maggs; Sidney T. Marks; Charles Reveley; Thomas D Richardson; John Stuart Rymer; Benjamin Smith; Percy C. Thompson; Stafford V. Thornell; Frederick Walker; John Nobel Winter. 1939-1945 Frederick R. Anstey; Lionel Boucher; Wilfred Collett; Frederick A Ferris; Charles Finch; Frederick C Manning; Mervyn G. Pitman; Ronald Richardson; Willoughby Ricketts; Raymond Shipton; Arthur R Whitehead.
Grade II (England)