St Paul's Church


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Reference WMO216712

Address:

West Street

Brighton

England

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Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Hall
Materials:
  • Timber Mahogany
Lettering: Other
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: War shine dedicated to the church parish
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At the foot the wooden plaque prayer is inscribed :“Rest eternal grant to them, O Lord : And let light perpetual shine upon them.”

Thomas Bassett Royal Sussex 25 April 1918 aged 29  Frederick Bennett Royal Sussex 18 March 1916 aged 19  Frederick Braine Royal Field Artillery 1 October 1918 aged 21  John Budgen Royal Sussex 30 June 1916 aged 31  Frederick W. Caton Royal Engineers 28 June 1916 aged 31  Sydney Collier John Collins Royal Sussex 30 April 1916 aged 22  Frederick Cotterill Royal Sussex 27 September 1915 aged 21  Richard Nottingham Royal West Surrey 21 March 1916 aged ? Thomas Cottingham Royal West Surrey 27 February 1917 aged c. 20  Harry Crichton Cowley Royal Sussex 31 August 1916 aged c. 45  Leonard Dacres 21st Indian Cavalry 20 April 1919 aged 34  William Robert Davey Labour Corps 19 May 1918 aged c.47 Thomas David Royal Sussex 25 September 1915 aged 24  Harold Davies Valentine Davies MC Royal Field Artillery 10 July 1916 aged c. 29  George Denyer Royal Naval Reserve 25 April 1918 aged 28 William John Dockerill London Regiment (Rifles) 22 May 1917 aged 26 Frederick Edwards 3rd Brighton Rifle Brigade 26 September 1914 aged 25  Alfred Evan Elliott Royal Engineers 23 October 1918 aged 28  Albert Gibbs Royal Fusiliers 27 April 1915 aged 19  Henry Percival Green Royal Sussex 30 June 1916 aged 24  Henry James Grimes It has not been possible to identify this casualty. Albert George Hambrook 21 March 1918 aged 34  Walter Hambrook Royal Sussex 19 November 1914 aged ? 24+  John Hazelgrove Royal Engineers 28 March 1918 aged ?  William Hollebon Royal Sussex 5 June 1918 aged 27  George Huggett Royal Army Medical Corps 1 August 1916 aged 24  William Hughes DCM Royal Sussex 18 August 1916 aged 24   Thomas Kelly Listed, but not identified on the Brighton War Memorial, possibly the brother of William Kelly. Would anyone like to try to find him? William Kelly Royal Field Artillery 9 June 1916 aged 37  Albert Kilkenny Royal Garrison Artillery May 1915 aged c. 29  Reginald Knatchbull Royal Sussex 19 April 1917 aged 36  Robert Kuhler MM Royal Garrison Artillery 16 October 1917 aged 32 Horatio Marten Royal Sussex 16 August 1916 aged 24 George Martin It has not been possible to identify this casualty. The Brighton War Memorial has five men with this name. Gordon Eugene Ovenden Royal Sussex 1 November 1918 aged ?  Eustace Pickett Seaforth Highlanders 13 October 1914 aged 28  William Pullen Royal Sussex 14 February 1916 aged c. 36  Harry Pullinger Canadian Infantry 14 June 1916 aged 31  Albert Razzell Royal Garrison Artillery 6 June 1917 aged 39  James Arthur Riddles Royal Sussex 10 March 1917 aged 19  Reginald William Riddles Royal Navy, HMS ‘Vanguard’ 9 July 1917 aged 16  Harry Rolfe Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve 4 June 1914 aged 24  Frederick Harry Souch Royal Sussex 10 August 1917 aged 35  Harry South Royal Sussex 30 June 1916 aged ?  James Thomas Driver, Army Service Corps 6 June 1917 aged ?  Charles Tottem Royal Army Medical Corps 30 April 1916 aged ?  George Why Royal Navy  Cyril Wilson London, The Civil Service Rifles Brighton Police 30 November 1917 aged ?  Edward Wood Royal Sussex 3 June 1916 aged ?  George Yates It has not been possible to identify this casualty a list of names from St Paul's Church at http://www.saintpaulschurch.org.uk/Memorial-Details.pdf

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