Shedfield War Memorial - WW1, WW2 and Northern Ireland Conflict
Upper Church Road
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- First World War (1914-1918)
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Obelisk base, front side: WW1 To the Glory of God in grateful memory of the Men of Shedfield who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-1918. They died that we might live. On the remaining 3 sides are the men lost (including my Great Uncle, Charles Fry) WW2 - No dedication - The names of the villagers lost in WW2 (mainly Service Men, including my Uncle Arthur Smith, Hurricane Night Fighter Pilot, but also 3 civilians). In 1972 one man from the village was added, who died in the Northern Ireland conflict.
WW1 - Side 1 - F Amor; W Ashford; A Beaton; F Blake; W Boggust; F Brown; R Brown; H Chequer; L Churcher; A Cottle; F Davis; W Daysh; H Emery; C Fry (contributor’s Great Uncle); W Gamblin; Side 2 - W Gardner; F Hazzard; H Holford; E Jeffery; H Kirby; C Knight; B Knights-Smith; P Knights-Smith; C Lacey; W Lipscombe; W Mears; G Merritt; H Nichols; A Pearce; L Perry; Side 3 - M Phillimore; J Pink; D Privett; C Radclyffe; B Richards; A Simpson; J Singleton; H Sloane-Stanley; C Spencer; H Stubbs; W Stubbs; A Titheridge; H Wheeler; W Wilberforce; A Young; B Young; - WW2 - R. Ashley; R Bone; T Cawte (child – killed in bed when bomb dropped on house); W Conduct; E Daysh; T Emery; W Fisher; A Franklyn; H Garmoyle (poss civilian); R Hallifax; M Hills; E Keeble; P Keeble; L Keith; O Lancaster; A Lipscombe; L Lipscombe; E McDonald; H McDonald; Miss Medlicott (civilian – bomb blast); W Perry; W Robinson; H Scott; S Scott; A Smith (Contributor’s uncle); C Thomas; H Thomas; D Titheridge; F Wooldridge; - Northern Ireland (1972): - R Alers-Hankey