King's School Memorials

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Reference WMO249277

Address:

St Mary the Virgin Church

Silver Street

Bruton

BA10 0EF

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:
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
  • Afghanistan (2001 -)
  • Korean War (1950-1953)
About the memorial: Two, large, wooden tablets each with four panels displaying names of the fallen. The lower tablet is for WWI. A central panel above the names holds the inscription and is flanked by carved, wooden decoration and school motif. There is elaborate, wooden carving below each panel. The lettering is in an elaborate script. The upper tablet for WWII and later conflicts is plain and also has a central, upper panel for the inscription. Above both tablets is a large, wooden, Latin cross.
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WWI - In memory of those members of the King's School who fell in the Great War this reredos is given and this chapel restored A.D. 1920. Greek quotation. Their name liveth for evermore. WWII - In memory of Old Brutonians who died in the Second World War and later conflicts. Spes illorum immortalitate plena est (their hope is full of immortality).

WWI - Henry S. Allan, John P.C. Ashworth, Arthur A.R. Baily, Hugh G. Baker, Edward Barker, Eric Barnes, Ralph G. Barnes, R. Nigel O. Bartlett, Gilbert K. Bazett, Hugo C. Bazett, Sydney W. Bell, Arthur Birch, Gerald H.H. Blake, Denys Brinckman, Edward J. Burdett, Charles J. Burke, Francis T. Burrough, Norman G.M. Case, Thomas T. Castle, Arthur G. Clayton, James G. Clayton, John R. Cox, Evelyn C. Culling, H. Creswell Delamain, H. Waite Dickinson, T.F. Stewart Flemming, Percival V. French, Jocelyn A.J. Gale, John Gatehouse, Arthur R. Heard, Stanley B. Henson, Humphrey St.J. Hewitt, Harold E. Hippisley, Paul E. Hobhouse, Jr. Victor Jones, John H. Lemon, John F. Martyr, E. Philip Matthews, Walter F. Matthews, Archibald McRae, Henry Meyer, Arthur G. Muller, C. Ivan Nokes, Frederick W. Norton, R. Cecil Richardson, W. Cecil Rowell, S. Arthur Sherston, Charles W. Smith, Thomas H. Stockwell, Leicester C.L. Sutton, L. Guy Verner, Percival B. Wace, Oliver Wakefield, Charles C. Williams, Geoffrey M.C. Wilson, Alfred H.P. Whitcomb. WWII - Roland D. Ambrose, Raymond L. Archer, John W. Atherton, John W.N. Balley, Peter N.R. Beal, Jack B. van Blokland, John P. Boning, John S. Cole, John Collins, Frank M. Coombs, Vernon C.F. Cornish, John C.B. Davies, Montagu O. de B. Durand, Harold D. Frost, Norman J. Galbraith, Donald N. Gallai-Hatchard, Frank R. Godfrey, Frederick A.C. Gyles, Anthony C.H. Haines, John R.G. Harris, David Harvey-Williams, M.C., Nigel V. Havelock-Sutton, Seymour L. Hewitt, Roger N. Hilsden, William G. Hole, John L. Holland, Maurice D. Hopkinson, John E.T. Jennings, Roderick E. Lawder, Peter H. Laycock, Alec I. Lindsay, Andrew W. Marsden-Levy, Frank W. Mason, Stanley T. Meares, D.F.C., Kenneth A. Melrose, Charles J.D. Montagu, D.F.C., George W. Montagu, Michael Mullins, Cyril G. Napper, John H. Norman, D.F.C., Alexander Petty, Alfred C. Price, Paul L. Rhodes, John S. Robinson, Norman Singleton-Gates, Blair C. Snell, Cyril N. Stansbury, Robert A.M. Stradling, Wallace D. Stranack, John Strickland, James F. Strickland, D.F.C., John Sutton, John P. Symonds, Edward K. Tarver, Simon A.C. Trestrail, M.C., Derek S.M. Vereker, M.C., George R. Vicary, Peter C. Whitwell, D.F.M., Robin H. Williams, Michael Willows, John R.M. Smith (Master). In Korea: Christopher T.R. Buckley, Henry C. Cabral. In Afghanistan: Ben D.J. Ross.

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