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STOKE CLIMSLAND WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Paula & Dave Kennington 2005

The War Memorial at Stoke Climsland is situated in the heart of the village, opposite Stoke Climsland All Saints Parish Church and facing the main road.

Photograph Copyright © Paula & Dave Gladman 2004

Sacred to the beloved memory of the following Officers NCO’s &
Men who fell in the Great War 1914-1918

1914-1918
BASSETT A
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BULLER H
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COLWILL C
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COLWILL A
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COOMBE R
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CORNISH J
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CORNISH W
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CONIBEAR W
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DENNINGTON F C
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DOIDGE W
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DYMOND W
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EDWARDS J
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FINNEMORE E
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FLOYD H
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GRIFFIN H
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GEAKE B
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HANCOCK T
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HARTNELL H
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JANE W
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JENKINS S
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JENKINS P
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JENKINS E
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JENKINS C
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JORDAN J
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JASPER F
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LOBB N
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MURLEY S
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NEALE L
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PHILP P
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PHILP E
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ROWLAND E
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SERPELL Edwin Charles
Private, Alberta Regiment, Canadian Expeditionary Force. 1887-1916 Edwin was born in Stoke Climsland, Cornwall the third son of Samuel Henry SERPELL and Mary JOHNS. He emigrated to Canada and, in 1915, joined the army in Edmonton. He was killed near the village of Courcelette on the Somme on 4th October 1916. He is buried in Courcelette military cemetery, France. He never married.
SANSOM J
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SMITH S
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WILLS A
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WILLS J
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WALTERS
Lancelot [John Barrington]

Lieutenant, H.M.S. "Partridge", Royal Navy. Lost when his ship was sunk in action 12 December 1917. Aged 22. Son of the Rev. Charles Barrington Walters and Selina H. P. Walters (nee Massy Beresford), of Sywell Rectory, Northampton. Born 19 January 1895, and baptised 2 February 1895, at Castle Bromwich, Warwickshire. Enlisted in Royal Navy 15 January 1908, midshipman 15 May 1903, 15 May 1915 Acting Sub-Lieutenant, 15 January 1916 ub Lieutenant, 15 July 1917 Acting Lieutenant. Assigned H.M.S. Partidge 8 July 1917, made permanent assignment 4 September 1917. No known grave. Commemorated on PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL, Hampshire. Panel 24.

Also commemorated in the form of a stained glass window within St Catwgs Church, Cwmcarvan and on Cwmcarvan War Memorial

Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends
1939-1945
BLACKWELL C.L.
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COUCH R.J.
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EVELY R.G.
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GRIBBLE F
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HITT A
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MOORE J.H.
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ROWE A
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SEARLE H
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TUCKER P
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WAYE T.A.
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Last updated 16 June, 2018

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