Willoughton - Men of Willoughton

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Reference WMO/262245

Address:

St Andrew's Church

Church Street

Willoughton

DN21 5SD

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: Roll of Honour printed on paper in wooden frame. Various regimental flags are depicted above the names. Roll of Honour inside Church Porch 840 x 590mm
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For King Country & Humanity Roll of Honour FOR THE BRAVE MEN WHO HAVE GONE FORTH AT THE CALL OF DUTY FROM Willoughton. TO THE GREAT EUROPEAN WAR OF 1914 –

In three columns Charles Appleton. John Howden. George H Percy. Frank Akrill. Arthur Howden. died of wounds. Fred Page. died of wounds Amos Barratt. Charles Howden. Arthur Page. James Birkett. John Hill. George Page. William Brocklesby. Edward Hill. James Pogson. killed Edward Brocklesby. killed Frank Kirk. Matthiaas Robinson. Charles Burnett. Herbert Massey. Fred Scoffins. Albert Barratt. George W Marshall. Henry Skepper. Fred Barratt. Walter Mathers. Charles Sleight. killed Neville Dent. Matt Mathers. James Sleight. Charles Ford. Tom May. killed Walter Sleight. George Ford. George Metcalf. John Staney. William Fenton. Clifford Nicholson. Charles Thompson. Percy Fenton. killed Randolph Nicholson. Francis Weatherhogg. Walter Harrison. Alec Nicholson. Arthur Wells. Fred Harrison. killed Charles Patchett. Joseph Wilkinson. Arthur Hutchinson. Charles Parker. George Woodhead. Alfred Hare. William Middleton. Arthur Woodhead. Tom Bullivant.

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