Men of Cannington Parish WWI

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Reference WMO241727

Address:

St Mary the Virgin Church

Church Street

Cannington

TA5 2HS

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Rectangular, stone plaque with scroll-topped pediment, central, red shield with gold cross and inlaid shield of the United Kingdom in red, gold and blue.
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A.M.D.G. In memory of the men of this parish who died for their King & Country in the Great War 1914 - 1919.

R.H. Wade-Gery M.C. Captain R.G.A., Fred J. Allen Pte. 58th Canadian Rgt., Benjamin Barrett Pte. 1st Somerset L. Inf., Edwin G. Chalker Pte. 8th Gloucester Rgt., Harry C. Chedgey L/Cpl. Royal Marine L.I., Tom Chedgey Pte. 1st Can. Scottish Rgt., A. Geo. Crocker Pte. 1st Coldstream Gds., Harry Gibbs Sergt. 1st Somerset L. Inf., Clement Knight Pte. 8th Somerset L. Inf., Elias W. Loveridge Pte. 13th Durham L. Inf., William C. Martin Pte. 56th Canadian Rgt., R. Charlie Napper Pte. 8th Royal Berks Rgt., William Tucker Pte. 1st Coldstream Gds., Fred Elworthy Pte. 9th Worcester Rgt., Charles Flower Sergt. 1st Somerset L. Inf.,Andrew M. Fox Sergt. 7th Somerset L. Inf., A.G. Gardner Pte. Tank Corps, John S. Nurton Pte. 61st T.M. Battery, W.L.M. Winsborrow Pte. 32nd Mac. Gun Cps.

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