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- Stone Stone (any)
- 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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NAILSEA THESE GLORIOUSLY GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY IN THE GREAT WAR AUGT 1914 - NOVR 1918,
Nailsea Holy Trinity War Memorial First World War Inscription on plaque see note at foot H. J. SUMMERS Pte. Somerset Lt. Inf. MONS 1914, A. BRIMBLE Pte1st Welsh Regt. FRANCE 1915, J. BRIMBLE Pte. 1st Welsh Regt. (FRANCE) (1915), R. P. HARVEY Major (Temp. Lt. Col) Royal Berks Regt. FLANDERS (1915), G. T. JAMES 1st Class Stoker HMS “Goliath” (1915), F. W. TOOMBS Pte. 3rd Batt. Glos. Regt. FRANCE 1915, H. C. TOOMBS Pte. 18th Monmouth Regt. (FRANCE) (1915), W. TRACE Pte. 3rd Devon Regt. ENGLAND (1915), A. WHEELER Lce. Cpl Duke of C. Lt Inf. 'Royal Edward' (1915) H O BAKER Pte. Somerset Lt. Inf. FRANCE 1916, G. BYE Cpl. 8th Bedford Regt. (FRANCE) (1916), A. B. COLTHURST Capt. 12th Batt. Glos. Regt. (FRANCE) (1916), P. HOBBS Sergt. 6th Batt. Somerset Lt. Inf. (FRANCE) (1916), W. HOLDER Pte. Somerset Lt. Inf. (FRANCE) (1916), C. F. HUNT 1st Class Boy HMS Queen Mary JUTLAND (1916), L. H. KING-HARMAN Capt. RHA attd. RFC MESOPOTAMIA (1916), E. RICHARDS Pte. 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles FRANCE (1916), W. S. BANWELL Cpl. E Batt. Tank Corps (FRANCE) 1917, G. DURBIN Pte. Somerset Lt. Inf. (FRANCE) (1917), H. GRIFFIN Pte 16th Batt. Canadians (FRANCE) (1917), F. C. JONES Pte. 2/4th Glos. Regt. CAMBRAI (1917), V. A. JONES Pte. Somerset Lt. Inf. EGYPT (1917), F. LIPPIATT Lce. Cpl. Somerset Lt. Inf. FRANCE (1917), E. O. SPROD 3rd Somerset Lt. Inf. (FRANCE) (1917), E. T. STOKES Pte 6th R. Berks CAMBRAI (1917), R G. TYLER Lce. Cpl. 8th Batt. Duke of Cornwall’s L. I. SALONICA (1917), S. WEDMORE Gunner. R. Garrison A. FRANCE (1917), G A WILLCOX Pte. 14th Devon Regt. (FRANCE) (1917), F. T. BAKER Lce. Cpl 11th Hants Regt. (FRANCE) 1918, W. J. BAKER Pte. 8th Glos. Regt. (FRANCE) (1918), E. J. BOND Pte Duke of Cornwall’s Lt. Inf. (FRANCE) (1918), A DURBIN 1st. Rifle Brigade (FRANCE) (1918), G. E. GRIFFIN Pte. 6th Batt. Canadians (FRANCE) (1918), H M HOBBS Pte. 2nd R. Berks (FRANCE) (1918), C. E. W. JARRETT S. R. O. HMS “TALBOT” (1918), E. J. LEWES Pte. 7th Kings R. Rifles FRANCE (1918), A. G. MARCHANT Sergt. 2nd Wessex R. E. SALONICA (1918), H. G. SHEPHERD Pte. 16th Lancs. Fusiliers FRANCE (1918), W. J. SHEPSTONE Pte. Yorks & Lancs (FRANCE) (1918), S. TAYLOR Trooper 4th Australian LH DAMASCUS (1918), O. G. VOWLES Pte. R. Welsh Fusiliers FRANCE (1918), L. YEATES Pte7th Linc. Regt.(FRANCE) (1918), A. G. BADMAN Pte 2nd Wessex R E Wounded FRANCE 1915 but died result of injuries 16 Aug 1922. NB To make details clear ditto marks have been replaced with entries thus (FRANCE) & (1918) All commas on the plaque have been omitted.