Kingsbury Episcopi parish war memorial plaque

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Reference WMO/258116


St Martin's Church

Church Street

Kingsbury Episcopi

TA12 6AU


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Parish war memorial plaque commemorating those from the parish who gave their lives in the First & Second World Wars.
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In/proud and grateful memory/of the/men of this parish/who died/for their country/in the/two world wars/1914-1918./ [Two columns of names] /1939-1945./ [Two columns of names] /They died that we may live.

[First World War]
George Bonning
John Collins
Harry Down
John Down
William Elliott
Herbert G Fanning
John French
Decimus Gummer
Eli Gillet
Fred Grinter
Vincent Harvey
William Kellett
William Lock
Edward Male
Tom Mounter
James Newis
Francis J Perrin
Thomas G Pocock
Ernest Reed
James Reed
Sidney Reed
Ben Russ
Douglas Say
Leonard Say
Henry Stuckey
Wesley Stuckey
Gilbert Talbot
Walter Talbot
Henry Tilley
James Tilley
John T Tilley
Joseph Walden
Howard Willy
[Second World War]
William J Darch
Michael D A Evans
Kenneth N Hebditch
William E J Lintern
Robert H Lock
Adrian O Malcolm-King
Joseph W Oaten
Jack Parris
Albert W G Pocock

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