Alfriston Roll of Honour WW1

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Reference WMO/251384


St Andrew's Church

The Tye


BN26 5TL


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A glass fronted, framed Roll of Honour with dedication at the top then two sets of names for those enrolled in the parish and those enrolled elsewhere who served and died showing rank in blue, name in black and regiment in red lettering with a gold cross against those who died. There is a copy in the United Reformed Chapel (WMO/251411)
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THESE enrolled from the parish of Alfriston in the County of Sussex. SERVED THE KING in the years of the GREAT WAR Anno Domini M.D.CCCC.XIV.XV.XVI. XVII. XVIII. THESE enrolled in OTHER DISTRICTS. GOD SAVE THE KING.

Harry Akehurst, Henry Alport, Albert Baker, Horace John Baker, Arthur Stanley Baker, William Baker M.M., Frederick Charles Brench, William O. Bristow, Thomas Boyes, Arthur Brook, Walter Cecil Browne, Cecil Bruce, William Bonsor, Arthur Burgess, Charles Burgess, Edward Burgess, Frederick Burgess, Charles F. Capelin, William H. Capelin, Herbert Carter, Henry T. Carter, Edward Carter, Bob S. Champion, Jack H. Champion, William J. Christmas, Miall Comfort, Albert E. Crowhurst, Harold Dove, Frederick Eynott, John Finny, Joseph Edgar Foord, Frederick G. Farmer, Albert V. Gander, John Henry Gibbs, Henry James Gillett, James Goldsmith M.M., Thomas H. Harmer, James A. Harriott, Herbert Hemsley, Arthur Hilton, William Hilton, Fred Hughes, Arthur Humphrey, Frederick T. Humphrey, Henry Hills, John Jackson, Leonard C. Jones, Harold Keating, Leslie Henry H. Kerley, John Kent, Charles Keen, Patrick Luby, Sidney George Lower, Frederick Marchant, Jack Marchant, Charles E. Marchant, William Marchant, Sidney F. Maskell, William C. Maskell, Gilbert H. Maskell, George Miles, Albert Muddle, William Muddle, George A. Norman, Robert Norman, William Nye, Joseph Wren, George H. Parker, Thomas R. Parker, Walter J. Parker, Harry Parsons, Edward Parsons, James Pearson, Percy Edward Pierce, Charles Henry Pierce, Albert Pettitt, Charles Terry Pettitt, Harry Pettitt, Louis Pettitt, Sargent Pettitt, Albert Pottinger, Edwin Pursglove, Ernest Albert Reed, Thomas Conrad Reeves, Ernest Russell, Herbert G. Scutt, Harry Sheather, Ernest Smissen, Vincent Stonestreat, Walter Stickley, Frederick Tompsett, Walter W.G. Turrell, Frederick Unstead, Vernon W. Urquhart, Harry West, Frank Winder, Ernest J. Woodhams, Chas. Frank Wooller, Chas. Frederick Wooller, Walter H. Wooller, Edith Wooler. Other districts - Frank Baker, Frederick G. Baker, Valentine Baker, Gilbert Baker, Rex H. Barker, John Bodle, William Bodle C.M.G., Samuel Boyes, Henry A. Braden, Alan James Bridger, Frederick G. Brownall, Jack Bulter, William Carey, Ernest Carter, Horace V. Carter, John W. Carter, Alfred Champion, Patrick Y.G. Champion, Thomas E. Cherryman, Ernest Couchman, James W. Cook, Jesse Comfort, Thomas Cole, Harry Cole, Hugh Doughty, Albert Duly, Alfred Foord, Herbert Foord, Joseph Freelove, Walter Godby, William E. Ginner, Gerald E.R. Hart, Frederick Hilton, George H. Humphrey, Henri E.F. Hillebrand, Harold A. Hillebrand, Henry Jones, Bertram E. Johnson, Walter Keating, James Marchant, Arthur May, John Nye, Alfred C. Pockney, Frederick J. Parker, Lawrance S. Robards, David Russell, Albert Russell, Frank Russell, Frederick G. Stedman, Henry A. Stedman, Noah Stedman, George Taylor, William D. Taylor, Frank W. Trehearne, John Sharp Turrell, Benjamin Walker, Arthur Wilson, Charles Wilson, George Hugh Woodhams, George T. Wooller.

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