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The parish of Landwade comprises of Landewade Hall and its surrounding estate. There is no village as such, the church is near the hall. These is no war memorial but the following are commemorated within the church:


Charles Edward

Captain, 78th (Rossshire Buffs) Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. Killed in action near Beaumont Hamel, France, 1st July 1916. Born 14th October 1894. Eldest son of Brig. General E W Baird.


William James

Died 28th June 1942, age 74. Commemorated: MUNICIPAL BOROUGH OF WESTON-SUPER-MARE Civilian War Dead. 1st Baron Glanely of St. Fagan's. Deputy Lieutenant and J.P. for Glamorgan; LL.D.; of Exning House, Newmarket, Suffolk. Son of the late Thomas and Louisa Tatem, of Appledore, North Devon; husband of the late Ada Mary, Baroness Glanely. [See also Exning, Suffolk]

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