Enmore Roll of Honour

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Reference WMO269188

Address:

St Michael and All Angels Church

Off Enmore Road

Enmore

Enmore

TA5 2DX

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
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
  • Afghanistan (2001 -)
About the memorial: Paper Roll of Honour under glass in wooden frame. Coloured ink design top centre - draped Union flags with laurel wreath. Black lettering.
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For Their Country's Sake. Roll of Honour. Revised and updated 2012 by D.F. Cole.

WWI - Capt. Harold H. Broadmead, Col. Henry Broadmead, Lieut. Philip M. Broadmead, Victor Baker, Oliver Ballam, George Bingham, Edward Bird, Ernest Bird, Frank Bird, Henry Bird, James Bird, Albert E. Coles, Reginald Coles, Walter Cording, William Coward, R.R.G.L. Everard, Albert Gray, Ernest Gray, Harold Gray, Sydney Gray, Charles Harwood, Henry Haste, John Haste, James Headon, +Thomas Hodge, +William Hodge, Arthur Hucker, Harold Hucker, +Herbert Hucker, Philip Hucker, Silas Hucker, Henry Mansfield, Samuel Mansfield, +Charles Porter, Thomas Porter, James Smalldon, Charles Smith, Clifford Smith, Edward Smith, Walter Smith, Samuel Smyth, Reginald Squires, Ernest Stone, James Stone, John Stone, Fred Sweet, George Tabrett, John Tabrett, +Samuel Treeby, Harold Wilkins, Tom Wilkins, +Willie Wilkins. WWII - Raymond Burge, Douglas Chalk, Edward Coles, Jack Coles, Raymond Coombes, Ronald Coombes, Peggy Durman, Oswald Fry, Frank Hucker, Ralph Hucker, Kenneth Hucker, Arthur Hudson, Mervyn Kinnersley, William Kinnersley, Horace Liddle, Bert Mansfield, Horace Mansfield, Donald Miles, George Morris, William Prew, Philip Saunders, Ernest Short, James Short, Cyril Smith, Wilfred Smith, John Tabrett. Afghanistan - Charlotte I J Cross.

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