Minchinhampton War Memorial Cross
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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 MEMORY OF THE MEN WHO FELL IN THE GREAT WAR & AS A THANKSGIVING TO GOD FOR THEIR COMRADES WHOSE LIVES WERE SPARED. THIS CROSS IN GRATITUDE WAS SET UP BY THEIR FELLOW TOWNSMEN IN 1919.(in Serif capitals around all sides of the pedestal)
Minchinhampton Roll of Honour 1914-1918 Hollis Bailey, Maurice Baker, Charles Barnett-Payne, Ernest Bignell, Frederick Bingle, Thomas Brown, Gilbert Brown, Reginald Browning, Edward Bullock, Albert Causen, Gilbert Chandler, Eli Chandler, George Cloudsley, Herbert Cox, Harold Creed, Ernest Cuss, Percy Doel, Frederick Ellins, Frederick Essex, Ernest Evers-Swindell, Matthew Furley, Albert Gabb, Wallace Grey, Edward Hatherall, Frederick Hind, Francis Hughes, Alfred Hyde, Geoffrey Johnson, Norman Johnson, George Jones, George Kirby, Ernest Kirby, Malcolm Lawrence, Christopher Lawrence, Edwin Ludlow, Charles Marmont, Frank Newman, Charles Newman, Harold Ponting, Harry Raines, Ernest Raines, William Sessions, Stuart Sillem, Thomas Smart, Victor Smart, Harry Smith, Ivor Smith, Arthur Smith, Henry Soul, Robert Sparks, Vincent Taylor, William Townsend, Albert Townsend, Percy Townsend, William Wayman, Cecil White, Leonard White, Arthur White, Arthur Workman, Cyril Young, Harry Young. 1939-1945 Roland Baxter, Dick Chambers, Warren Fisher, Dennis Fletcher, Martin Gibson-Wait, James Graham, Thomas Hall, Jack Hopper, Harry Hopper, Reginald Humphries, Richard Jeffes, Edward Jeffes, Cecil Johncock, Samuel Jones, Martin Kieth-Roach, Jack McNamara, Alan Marmont, Donald Norris, George Playne, Sydney Preston, Jack Ryland, Arthur Slater, Arthur Smith.
Grade II (England)