Hillington WW1 Roll of Honour

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Address:

St. Mary's Church

Station Road

Hillington

England

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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
Materials:
  • Glass Glass
  • Paper Paper
Lettering: Painted
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Within the Church, on the right hand (east) wall, near the entrance porch. A framed and glazed, illuminated Roll of Honour, commemorating all those from the parish who served in WW1, grouped by the year of initial service. Those who were killed are annotated.
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HILLINGTON Roll of Honour. (names)

1914. / F.A.S.ffolkes, / H.Dawnay, / W. Jarvis, / W. Gould, D.C.M. / R. Gould, / F. Howard, Killed 1916. / A. Codling, / B. Drewry, / F. Shephard, / E. Twite, / W. Page, / H. A. Standaloft, / A. Hardy, D.C.M. / C. Hardy, Killed 1917. / W. Hardy, / W. Muckleburgh, Killed 1916. / S. Hudson, / W. Roye, Killed 1917. / S. Ashmore, M.M. / K. Borley, / R. Borley, / M. Borley, / 1915. / H. Borley, / T. Borley, / J. Borley, / T. Borley, / F. Borley, / W. Twite, / H. Seaman, / R. Utteridge, / 1915 contd. / C. Smith, / S. Broughton, / G. Smith, / J. Smith, / E. Symonds, / J. Barnard, / J. Clarke, / 1916. / C. Codling, / J. M. Codling, / J. English, Killed 1917. / J. Twite, / H. Twite, / J. Smith, Killed 1918. / C. Stokes, / H. Shephard, / E. Jarvis, / R. Bland, / J. Rix, / W. Barber, / 1917. / W. R. C ffolkes, Killed 1917. / 1918. / F. J. P. B. ffolkes, / R. Smith, / R. Spinks, / E. Codling, / G. Ashmore, / H. Clarke, / J. Twite, / W. Utteridge.

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