Bryanston- The fallen

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Reference WMO/296071


St Martin's Chruch

Bryanston School


Blandford Forum

DT11 0PX


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
  • Stone Stone (any)
Lettering: Other
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: First World War plaque with 5 names. A large rectangular plaque with a cross engraved above all of the text. Then for the Second World War, a rectangular stone tablet with text and 3 names. Bryanston School was only established in 1928, and this memorial relates to people from the village of Bryanston. The school took over a large country house, and it is typical of Dorset that a village church would be within the grounds of the local "big house". The church is now the school chapel. John Gordon Taylor (WW2) is also commemorated at Thames Ditton- WMO/300793. Note that for WW2 this list is incomplete- see WMO/300796
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WW1- George Cheney /2nd Yorks & Lancs Killed in France 1915/ Frederick Cheney/3rd Royal Fusiliers Killed in France 1915/ James William Croft/5th Dorsets Died at Suvla Bay 1915 Harry John Mitchell/2nd Dorsets Died in Egypt 1918 Samuel Reglar/5th Dorsets Killed in France 1916; WW2- Henry George Back AB/Royal Navy MTB431 November 1944/ Bernard Reginald Morgan/Lance Corporal Royal Tank Regiment Oct 1942/ Eric Ernest Sturgeon/Flight Sergeant Observer RAF October 1941

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