Ottershaw War Memorial

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Reference WMO238787

Address:

Christ Church

Guildford Road

Ottershaw

KT16 0PB

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other cross
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Free standing cross in the cemetery of Christ Church, Ottershaw, Surrey, England, beside the A320 Guildford Road.
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To the Glory of God and in Honored and Glorious Memory of the men of Ottershaw who gave their lives for their country in the Great War 1914 - 1918. 'Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends.' and 1939 - 1945

Edward Adams 5th Dragoon Guards, killed in action,June 3rd 1915, The Hon Ernest Brabazon DSO, Capt. Coldstream Guards, Cambrin June 17th 1915, Mark Butler Gunner RGA Ypres, Octo 16th 1917, Bertram Donovan sunk in HMS 'Formidable' Jan 1st 1915, John Garland Pte E Surrey Reg. July 6th 1916, Francis Gentle DCM, Coy Sgt Major N Staffs Reg., Dardanelles Aug 1915, Harry Horn Pte Coldstream Guards, Langmacrke Oct 9th 1917, Ernest Isles Pte 2nd Royal Fusrs. Hazebrouck, Aug 18th 1915, Frederick Lawrence Coy Qtr Master Sgt R W Surrey Reg. Mametz July 1st 1916, Walter M McGregor Riflmn London Regt France Oct 7th 1916, William M Longbottom Pte R W Surrey Regt France Sept 14th 1918, Albert Clive Roebuck Pte Yorks L I, France Nov 20th 1917, Arthur Sleet Pte R W Surrey Regt Corbie June 3rd 1916, Frederick Sleet Pte R W Surrey Regt July 15th 1916, Herbert Swan, Sydney Trigg Pte R W Surrey Regt Sulva Bay Aug 1915, Horace Trigg Pte R W Surrey Regt Mount of Olives Dec 21st 1917, Leonard Tovey Lce Cpl 1st Royal Fusiliers. Killed in Action October 1916, Walter Trigg Pte R Warwicks Regt Belgium Aug 27th 1917, Joseph Underwood Pte Coldstream Guards Givenchy Dec 22nd 1914, George Underwood Pte Lancs Fusrs France Dec 16th 1916, Arthur Underwood Pte R W Kent Regt Belgium July 31st 1917, Edward J White HMS Aurora Lost at sea July 11th 1918. Killed in Action Pte D Alexander E SY Regt, OS Frederick C Barber RN, PO Dennis A Desmond RAF, Pte Albert Goodyear RSy Regt, Pte Charles Hayden R W Kent Regt, Lieut John H J Vernon RN, Lieut (A) Monty H A Baker RNVR, Sgt A Stanley C Ellis RAFVR, PO Edward R Harvey RN, Lieut Reginald H Mead RNVR, Gnr Douglas Pilbeam RA. Died whilst on service LAC George Barnett RAF, Major Charles F Rainer RAMC Killed by enemy action John O M Barker, James Douglas Luker, Ursula Kathleen Sleet, James Driver, Harry Edward Spittle, William Clifford Sleet

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