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Reference WMO/74086


St Katharine's Church

Church Road





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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Stained glass window
  • Glass Stained Glass
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Painted
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: The memorial is on the west wall. There are two marble expnantory plaques nearby (inscriptions under names tab).
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PLAQUE 1 - The West Windows were erected in Honour of the Southbourne Men who died in the Great War 1914-1918 (Names. PLAQUE 2 - (Names) Grant Them, O Lord, Eternal Rest, and let Light Perpetual shine upon Them

PLAQUE 1 - Second Lieut. Laurie Bell, RAF; Pte Walter Edmund Betts Royal Welsh Fusliers; Paymaster Lieut Richard Hector Carter, Royal Navy; Second Lieut Charles Cecil, Royal Berkshire Regt; Pte Herbert Collins, 1st Hampshire Regt; Capt Herbert Charles Bruce Cummins, 9th Seaforth Highlanders; Prob Flight Off John Marshall Dawson Royal Navy; Pte Wilfred Yelverton Dawson, Australian Imperial Force; Second Lieut Barry Maynard Rynd Denny, 1st Batt The Kings Liverpool Regt; Major Adrian Drewe, 262nd Siege Battery RGA; Pte William Gallop, 9th Batt Royal Wesh Fusiliers.PLAQUE 2 - Lance Corp Victor Nanson Hare, 1st Hampshire Regt; Gunner William John Head, 13th Siege Battery RGA; Pte Arthur William Light, Welsh Regt; Sergt Frederick John Nixon, Hampshire Regt; Lieut Col Herbert Gaussen Sargeaunt, Royal Garrison Artillery; Petty Off Albert Sawyer, Gun Layer HMS Black Prince; Capt Ian Mackay Scobie,MC, 59th Scinde Rifles IA; Pte Alfred Henry Scott, Royal Berkshire Regt; Corpl Charles Henry Tucker, West Yorkshire Regt; Pte Harold Thomas Squire Vincent, 2nd Siouth Wales Borderers; Pte Adolphus Hubert Waterman, ASC (MT) Attached RGA.

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