Virginia Water

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Reference WMO/260805

Address:

Station Parade

Virginia Water

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Other monument
Materials:
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Dedicated on 11 November 2018 this new memorial incorporates the inscribed stone from the former (WW2) memorial which was removed by Runnymede Borough Council in 2017. The names of the WW1 fallen have been added, and the monument placed within a memorial garden
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(WW1) The Great War 1914-1918 They Died That We Might Live (WW2) The Gift of Major M.G. Micholls in memory of his sons and all those of this parish who gave their lives in the War 1939-1945 They gave their hearts to their home, their lives for King and Country and their souls to God

WW1 Robert Armstrong Charles Benn R. E. Bilton Charles H. Bowden George S. Brown Raymond G. Browne William E. Browne Alfred W. Cadle Harry Cadle William Chandler Robert Coles Thomas Cooper Albert E. Critcher Cecil Davis Claude R. Forse James E. Gigg Henry A. Grimshaw Allen C. Hackman George Harrison William L. Harrison Frederick R. Hayden Alfred G. Horlock Herbert G. Hughes John Humphrey Herbert Iles Ernest Isles Herbert W. Joyce Alfred W. Keel George Keeling Alfred J. King Alfred Knox Donald C. D. MacMaster Reginald E. Maywood George T. McShee Edward P. A. Moore John Munday Albert C. Notley Ernest G. Pickett Roland Rees Frank J. Remnant Robert B. Reynolds Albert R. Russell Charles J. V. Sandford N. Smithers Arthur J. Stevens Gordon S. Vincent Arthur J. Wallis Albert E. Warner Frank V. Wise Edward Woodison Albert G. Wyatt Frederick Young Robert J. Young WW2 William Ronald Aries Peter D Arup William H Beaven Euan B C Charteris M C His Highness Prince Suprabhat Chirasakti Arthur R Chitty Leonard Cresswell Cranham Eric J Dainty Frederick J Day John E W Everest Robert Fairley John A Goodhew The Hon. Raoul C Grant Noel Harley Reginald S Harrison Harry Hubbard Keith Jenvey Roderick A S Macdonald Alan Savile Micholls Gilbert Vivian Micholls Garth Oliver Mills Harold Mills Edwin James Leslie Mond Raymond H de Montmorency Compton W Morris Thomas F Nicholls Anthony R Porter Thomas William Ralph Saywell Charles H Silk Alfred E Smithers Edward J Squibb Richard Lloyd Tanner Ninian Thorpe M C Richard Chevenix-Trench Stanley V Warren Richard N Weir

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